Isaac Bechen, CRIS, CAWC
Partner, Senior Account Executive
Director of Construction & Real Estate Practice
Isaac Bechen is a partner and senior account executive in the Madison office of M3 Insurance. His primary role is to advise construction companies, developers and owners on property and casualty insurance and surety bond coverage needs. Isaac evaluates contractual risk transfer provisions to protect clients from unforeseen loss or liability, counsels existing clients about risk management strategies, and places insurance policies. In addition to managing and growing his book of business, Isaac also serves as M3's Director of the Construction and Real Estate Practice. As such, he serves as a subject matter expert, strategist, and thought leader in this area, and is responsible for sharing information on trends and issues that specifically impact this practice.
Isaac is an actively participating member on the committees of many industry organizations, including: Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin, AGC- Greater Milwaukee, Construction Financial Management Association-Madison Chapter, Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association and the Madison Builders Association. He has authored construction-related articles in association publications and has been a speaker and instructor for clients.
Isaac earned his bachelors degree in business from the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point and is a licensed agent for property and casualty insurance in Wisconsin. He currently holds his Construction Risk Insurance Specialist (CRIS) and Certified Authority on Workers' Compensation (CAWC) designations and is pursuing a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation. He takes part in continuing education programs to stay current with insurance coverages and trends.
Isaac is committed to giving back to the community. He has served on the M3 United Way Committee, participated in building projects with Habitat for Humanity and is active with several other charitable and community groups.