Over 75 Site Improvement Contractors have chosen ASIC. Why should you?
We are a non-profit association of site improvement contractors formed for the sole purpose of creating group purchasing power for insurance. We are not a trade association.
Our members are site improvement contractors with exceptionally well-run operations who are enjoying good loss experience. By joining together, our combined premiums are significant enough to give us control and influence over our insurance prices, services, and coverage’s.
We wanted to find a better way to buy our insurance. Putting our insurance out to bid was time consuming and costly. We may have occasionally gotten lower prices, but the quality of services and coverage’s was always uncertain.
The goal of ASIC is to attract high quality site improvement contractors with similar operations, excellent loss histories, and safety conscious management.
ASIC membership is not for everyone. Our membership criteria ensure similarity of operations and quality of loss history, both of which are critical to the integrity of our purpose.
With the help of Rue Insurance, we have aligned ourselves with an insurance carrier who believes in our purpose and is willing to recognize us as a significant purchasing group.
ASIC has entered into an exclusive relationship with an insurance carrier who is willing to recognize our superior loss ratios by providing a stable and competitive insurance program.
The ASIC insurance program includes membership benefits that enable site improvement contractors to achieve superior results. ASIC isn’t for “just anyone.” The members are BEST IN CLASS, have SUPERIOR LOSS RATIO’S, and deserve the BEST INSURANCE PROGRAM MONEY CAN BUY!
The Associated Site Improvement Contractors (ASIC) is a non-profit association of quality site improvement contractors within the tri-state area whose sole mission is to create group purchasing power for insurance and other products and services. Membership eligibility is limited to site improvement contractors that meet specific loss experience and operational qualifications.