The insurance implications of non-compliant cladding for the construction industry
Published 23 October 2019
The issue of non-compliant cladding continues to cast a shadow over the construction industry globally - and has professional indemnity insurance implications for construction companies, architects and other related professionals.
In this short video interview, Gallagher's Construction Practice Leader - Australia & Asia, Roger Irvine, outlines why it's so important for professionals within the sector to conduct a thorough audit of their past projects to identify whether they’ve undertaken work where non-compliant cladding may have been present.
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