Built to Last
A Business Insurance Guide for Architects, Engineers, and Design Professionals

Chapter 2: Building Your Business Protection Blueprint
Part 2: Industry-Specific Insurance Needs for Architects, Engineers, and Design Professionals

Though some risks are universal (e.g., bad weather), there are other risks that single out architects, engineers, and designers. For example, because you are in charge of relatively large (read: expensive) projects, it's easy for a variety of people to point at you and your services when things go wrong (even if you've performed flawlessly). Additionally, the nature of the products you design means you can be found liable for injuries and damages after a project is completed.

In the spirit of risk management, we'll outline a few insurance policies that account for these industry-specific risks. In particular, we'll examine…

Read on to learn how these policies can protect you and your design business.

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