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About JLT Construction
JLT Construction-the UK’s largest team of construction broking specialists. Together we deliver unrivaled service and innovative solutions
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JLT Specialty Limited (JLT) provides insurance broking, risk management and claims consulting services to large and international companies. Our success comes from focusing on sectors where we know we can make the greatest difference – using insight, intelligence and imagination to provide expert advice and robust – often unique – solutions. We build partner teams to work side-by-side with our clients, international network and the market to deliver responses which are carefully considered from all angles.
With more than 135 experts in London, JLT Construction is the UK’s largest team of construction broking specialists. For 30 years we have worked in partnership with our clients delivering unrivaled service and innovative solutions which shape the construction insurance industry.
Our integrated team of over 400 experts globally work together to identify the most appropriate market and entry point for all major insurance placements, actively sharing market knowledge to drive best practice and deliver coverage enhancements globally.
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