The Hartford Expands Construction Group

March 28, 2013

The Hartford has enhanced its Construction Group capabilities, bringing together its expertise in underwriting, claims management and loss control and adding dedicated construction underwriters in key markets across the U.S. These enhancements support The Hartford’s focus on addressing the complex insurance needs of midsize and large construction companies.

Tom Boudreau/The Hartford
Tom Boudreau/The Hartford

To lead the company’s insurance underwriting and sales for the construction sector, The Hartford has named Thomas M. Boudreau vice president of construction insurance, reporting to Ross Fisher, vice president of The Hartford Construction Group and Bond.

“As the outlook for commercial construction continues to improve, The Hartford is well-positioned to be a go-to carrier for midsize and large commercial contractors,” said Fisher. “Tom brings deep knowledge of the construction industry, a strong risk management focus, and outstanding relationships with the agents and brokers who specialize in this sector, which will be invaluable in growing our construction business.”

Boudreau joins The Hartford from AIG, where he held roles of increasing responsibility in both underwriting and field sales during the last 10 years, including vice president of the company’s largest U.S. region, representing more than 50 commercial insurance lines. Most recently, Boudreau served as AIG’s construction industry practice leader and primary construction profit center manager for the U.S. and Canada. He began his insurance career as a commercial field underwriter with Allstate.

The Hartford Construction Group is a premier provider of property and casualty insurance and risk management services for midsize and large construction companies, with a focus on heavy trade contractors, commercial builders and sub-contractors. The Hartford offers guaranteed cost, loss sensitive and wrap-up insurance programs and comprehensive claims and loss control services to help construction companies manage their total cost of risk.

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