Builders Mutual Insurance to Help Builders Learn Survival Skills

May 6, 2009

Raleigh, North Carolina-based commercial insurer Builders Mutual is launching a training program for builders that the insurer hopes will help them survive and thrive in today’s economy.

Participants in the course, called “Building for the Future,” will learn survival skills from builders who’ve been successful in the present downturn. They’ll also learn how to become more adept at finding new opportunities in a changing market.

The course will be available starting this summer. Sessions will be offered throughout the Southeast and will be open to all builders.

The company is also making donations of $25,000 worth of smoke alarms and construction site safety equipment. The smoke alarms will be distributed by the North Carolina Department of Insurance to areas of the state in greatest need. The construction safety equipment will be used by the state Department of Labor during training and safety demonstrations held across the state.

Builders Mutual does business in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. The company provides coverage to more than 14,000 policyholders through more than 4,000 sales agents and employs more than 160 staff at its Raleigh headquarters.

Topics North Carolina

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