U.S. Contract Bonds

​Liberty Mutual Surety's™ vast knowledge of the construction industry throughout the U.S. sets us apart from other sureties. We understand that no two construction companies are the same which is why we provide you with tailored bonding solutions that address your unique challenges.
Contract Products for Mid to Large-Sized Businesses

Target Markets
Liberty Mutual Surety’s core contract operations provide industry-leading bond program capacity for well-capitalized and liquid construction, manufacturing, and supply risks.
We provide bid, performance, and payment bonds to local, regional, national, and multinational contractors across a variety of sectors including, but not limited to:

  • Construction management
  • Heavy infrastructure
  • General construction
  • Power generation
  • Education
  • Health
  • Underground
  • Subcontracting

Our Specialty division has experience in international and reverse flow operations. Through Liberty Mutual companies and strategic fronting relationships, we currently have business in 40 countries worldwide, making us a leading provider of foreign bonds for U.S. companies, and domestic bonds for foreign companies operating in the U.S.

Contract Products for Individuals and Small to Mid-Sized Businesses

Target Markets
Liberty Mutual Surety provides small contractor program capacity up to $15 million ($25 million in major urban areas).

Our QuickAccess program offers $400K single bonds and $800K aggregate programs fast! No financial statements are required for single bonds and your agent will get our decision the same day.

Value Added Services
Our Professional Advisory Services team consists of forensic accountants and engineers that work with contractors to ensure they are using best-in-class operating procedures. Our goal is to mitigate the operational and financial risks a contractor may encounter by assessing their internal processes and procedures, identifying potential deficiencies, and providing observations from a surety’s perspective.

For more information, contact your independent agent or broker and see how our underwriters can help you meet your bonding obligations.