Why engineering firms join the ACEC BIT
The ACEC BIT program is led by Trustees that are active engineers and our staff includes a mix of people that have worked in senior management for engineering firms like yours
More than insurance, we provide vital support analyzing risk issues in professional services and reviewing contracts by industry attorneys
Any ACEC member firm insured in the BIT program can request reimbursement of up to $1,000 of their deductible for property and auto losses, up to a $10,000 annual maximum.
Custom insurance solutions
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Professional Liability insurance
The ACEC BIT Professional Liability Insurance Exchange, featuring pre-negotiated, best-in-class policy terms, conditions, and enhancements with industry leading professional liability insurance carriers could result in significant premium savings.
Cyber Risk Solution
To address this growing risk, the ACEC Business Insurance Trust has partnered with Greyling Insurance Brokerage, a division of EPIC, and Coalition, a cyber risk management firm, to offer you what we view as a best in class solution.
For firms that do not fit The Hartford Program, Greyling has access to a wide range of property and casualty insurers who insure engineering firms.
Whatever your insurance needs,
we have you covered
We use benchmark data and analysis to deliver right-fit insurance programs.
We provide timely and accurate advice and services that help you succeed.
We employ leaders from design firms, law firms and contractors who know your business.
Our clients succeed
At $25 billion, Hudson Yards, covering 28 acres, is the most expensive real-estate development in U.S. history. Over a dozen Greyling clients worked on the project. Greyling met with the developer on client’s behalf to help negotiate more favorable contract terms.
Greyling negotiated and placed multi-year professional liability coverage for the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility, an international flagship multi-billion dollar experiment that takes place one mile underneath the earth’s surface between Chicago, IL and Leed, SD.
From New York to Malaysia to China to Korea, our clients looked to us for contract and risk advice on 23 of the world’s 100 tallest buildings including the World Financial Center in Shanghai and the Lotte Tower in Seoul.
We offer a comparative benchmark analysis
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