Build with confidence

As a builder, you know that insuring your construction works during the build period is not just a contractual responsibility, but a crucial step in safeguarding your business. Construction Insurance is specifically designed to cover construction works in progress, providing you with peace of mind and financial protection against unforeseen loss or damage on building sites, no matter the size of your project.

We have access to Australia’s leading insurers and specialists to ensure we meet the needs of various types of construction businesses, from Owner Builders, Single Projects, and Large Construction Businesses.

Construction insurance is designed to cover works in progress.

Comprehensive Coverage

Construction Insurance covers a wide range of unforeseen events, including:

  • Accidental damage to on-site materials
  • Theft of on-site materials
  • Liability for third-party property damage
  • Liability for third-party injuries or other personal effects
  • Damage caused by fire, earthquake, storm, flood, wind, or water damage


Tool insurance in an additional option to consider and typically covers a range of scenarios, including damage, loss, and theft of your tools and equipment. It can also extend to provide coverage for tools stored in vehicles, on job sites, or during transportation. Talk to us to find out more!

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Vie General Insurance Pty Ltd is an authorised representative of GI Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd. ABN 26 638 733 070, AFSL No. 521808. We trade as Vie General Insurance Pty Ltd (ASIC AR Number 001294319).

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