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When Charles Parker opened for business more than 80 years ago, Parker, Smith & Feek specialized mainly in construction. Today, even after eight decades of growth, that defining characteristic remains unchanged. We are construction experts. More than 500 contractors, subcontractors, and project owners, including some of the West Coast’s most visible and challenging projects and landmarks, put their trust and risk profiles in our capable hands.
We employ a distinct and comprehensive approach to supporting our construction clients. Our customers rarely, if ever, work on a project without needing to consider the needs of multiple stakeholders. Our Construction Practice Group deals with this by working closely with our Real Estate Practice Group to provide a uniquely holistic view of your insurance and surety needs. Together, these two teams make the dynamic and complex relationship between general contractors, subcontractors, owners, and architects flow in a more easily manageable and efficient manner.
Parker, Smith & Feek knows first-hand just how many resources go into ensuring a project runs smoothly from concept review to the final dedication ceremony, and all of the milestones in between. We recruit our construction team members based on knowledge and real-world experience in insurance, bonding, safety, and claims advocacy. We leverage our skillsets to create targeted solutions for our clients, designed for solving their problems quickly and painlessly. These thought-leaders are supported by internal service teams, each staffed by experts with years’ of experience. This includes a dedicated project risk services team, nine-member claims department, and one of the leading surety groups on the West Coast, in addition to many other specialties and areas of expertise. We have earned our reputation of advocating difficult claims, crafting cutting-edge coverage, and assisting with project safety concerns all helping to make our clients best-in-class contractors while minimizing construction risk and protecting their balance sheets.