Surety Bonds

For many contractors, an important part in the bidding process is getting the right surety bond.  Surety bonds are an additional way to guarantee your work.  Some of the different bonds we can help you secure are:

  • Construction Contract Bonds
  • Performance and Payment Bonds
  • Labor and Materials Bonds
  • Supply Contract Bonds
  • Completion Bonds
  • Bid Bonds

Beehive Insurance has been helping contractors secure surety bonds for over 50 years.  When bid day is approaching, and you need the right bonds in place for your bid, you can count on Beehive Insurance Agency to meet your needs.

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Brady Thorn

Vice President

Adam Snow

Adam Snow

Account Executive

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  • Adam has been at Beehive since March, 2011.  He specializes in providing insurance for all types of businesses.  Before and during college, Adam worked as a general supervisor at a local water park, an intern at Geneva Rock Products, and as a sales representative and graphic designer at a printing center.  After finishing school he did an internship at Workers Compensation Fund of Utah learning about the ins and outs of workers compensation insurance.  Those experiences have helped him gain a better understanding of the risks businesses face and need protection for.  Since starting at Beehive, Adam has also taken on the roll of the resident social media, marketing, and techno “nerd.”  He enjoys these opportunities as they serve as a great way to help connect with customers on a new level.

    Adam graduated Cum Laude from Utah State University (Go Aggies!) with a degree in Business Administration.

    When he is not working he spends his time running (probably too much time doing it), playing guitar, doing graphic design, and he can usually be found behind a grill in the summer time.

    Superman, Batman or Spider Man:  Superman…definitely Superman!
    Greatest Accomplishment:  Training for, and completing my very first marathon in 2010.  Although the real accomplishment was just being able to walk afterwards!
    Best thing to do on your day off:  Start it off with a good long run, play my guitar for a couple hours, and finish it off with cooking a great dinner for a bunch of friends!