Greylock Agent Certified as Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Julie Nichols, who has been with Greylock Insurance Agency for more than 12 years, has been certified as a Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS).

This insurance designation recognizes specialized expertise in construction insurance and demonstrates Nichol's commitment to Berkshire businesses through her commitment to on-going continuing education.

"The CRIS program has helped us show our construction clients and prospects that we understand contractors' most important insurance needs," said Jay Marion, vice president of Commercial Lines Sales and Service. "Julie has further strengthened our agency with the specialized knowledge necessary to provide superior risk management and insurance advice and service to our contractor clients."



The CRIS program is a specialized curriculum consisting of five courses attended by experts from across the construction sector including law firms, construction managers and other specialties supporting the industry. Only those who complete these courses and maintain their knowledge with an ongoing continuing education program are entitled to display the CRIS designation to certify their knowledge of construction insurance.

Nichols works in Greylock Insurance Agency's office at 150 West St. For more information about Greylock Insurance Agency, call 413-443-5943 or visit the website.


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