Jim Marquet joined The Graham Company in 2006 and is the co-leader of the Construction Industry Team. He is also an active member of the Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. Jim is responsible for new business development in the areas of Property & Casualty insurance, Employee Benefits and Surety. He is also responsible for providing technical expertise and delivering client satisfaction.
Jim is actively involved in numerous construction-related organizations including the Scaffold and Access Industry Association, the General Building Contractors Association of Pennsylvania, and the Associated Pennsylvania Contractors. Jim regularly publishes articles on key construction industry risk management issues.
Before joining The Graham Company in 2006, Jim worked in a variety of sales and marketing capacities for SEI, a leading global provider of asset management and investment processing solutions.
Prior to his time as SEI, Jim served in the Marine Corps as an infantry officer. Jim graduated in 1992 from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics.
- Construction Today: BIM-Driven Prefabrication (December 17, 2017)
- Insurance Journal: Tech Targets Construction Risk Management (June 19, 2017)
- The Hill: Bipartisanship? It’s possible when it comes to America’s infrastructure (February 21, 2017)
- CFMA Building Profits: A Safety Harness for the Bottom Line (September 2016)
- Insurance Business America: Walking in clients’ boots the key to business growth (May 12, 2016)
- CFMA Building Profits: Maximize the Benefits of Integrated Project Delivery (September 2015)
- ABC Construction Executive: How OCIPs and CCIPs Can Redefine a Commitment to Safety (August 2015)
- GBCA Construction Today: Construction & Development Growth in the Philadelphia Region (Spring 2015)
- CFMA Building Profits: A CFM’s Role in Mitigating Risk (September/October 2012)
- Construction Business Owner: Executive Insights from Industry Leaders (June 2012)
- Risk & Insurance: Exploring the Myths and Realities of Aggregation (May 11, 2011)