Construction loss adjusters, specialists in building finishing works
Building finishing works means all work to fit out, finish or equip a structure, to improve a building or make it safer for users. This is a vast field that involves the work of many different trades: bricklayers, plumbers, electricians, painters, etc. This wide range of activities is exposed to…
Building finishing works means all work to fit out, finish or equip a structure, to improve a building or make it safer for users. This is a vast field that involves the work of many different trades: bricklayers, plumbers, electricians, painters, etc. This wide range of activities is exposed to an equality wide range of losses, the consequences of which can be serious.
Building finishing works, at risk for multiple claims
Building finishing works is a vast field involving many different specialised trades. Their work can give risk to a variety of claims.
Some examples include:
- cracks in tiles, caused in 90% of cases by arching of the screed (bimetallic effect);
- in plumbing fixtures, waterproofing failures or non-compliant support frames are common;
- faulty acoustic or thermal insulation – which can also cause energy loss;
- unstable components (such as guard rails);
When faced with the technical nature of the claims and the wide range of trades involved, Stelliant Construction Loss Adjusting experts draw on their technical experience, honed over years spent working in this ecosystem together with industry players, with whom they share their legal and insurance expertise.
250 loss adjusters, 200 CRAC approved
Stelliant Loss Adjusting draws on a rich constellation of 250 Construction loss adjusters to handle all the nuances of finishing work with the greatest precision. All of our Construction loss adjusters have postgraduate qualifications in construction and at least five years’ professional experience on a construction site as works engineers, site inspectors, or in design and engineering departments.
As specialists in construction insurance law, 200 of them are CRAC certified, which makes them fully qualified to handle high-stakes claims. Stelliant’s Construction loss adjusters provide high-level legal support with legislation and regulations in the construction sector and relevant insurance for building finishing work:
- Construction risks: Structural damage, Decennial liability,
- Builder liability, Construction legal expenses coverage
- Civil Liability (Public liability, Civil liability after delivery, Professional indemnity, Defence/recourse, etc.)
With this assortment of skills, Stelliant Construction Loss Adjusting experts offer a perfect understanding of the various types of claims that can arise in finishing work.
Comprehensive claims management for building finishing works
Calculating damage caused, repair costs, time needed, business interruptions, and more… Stelliant draws on all of its claims management skills.
Stelliant Loss Adjusting calls upon civil engineering specialists to take part in joint investigations involving both parties. They identify defects in design and construction that caused the incident. Their work also involves doing a precise calculation of the total work to be done within the dispute. With their knowledge of the field, they are a powerhouse of ideas, recommending emergency provisional solutions for business continuity.
With its keen sense of service, Stelliant Loss Adjusting offers comprehensive support, provided by its constellation of complementary construction skills. From risk management with its subsidiary INQUEST to damaged building restoration through its subsidiary After Loss Solutions. Specialising in in-kind repairs and renovations of real estate, it works efficiently, mobilising its two entities GEOP x AAD Phenix, specialists in decontamination, dewatering and after-loss leak detection in France.
Stelliant is a valued partner for insurers, project owners and contracting parties, providing reliable, cost-effective repair solutions so that construction can resume as soon as possible.
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