Surety Bond Professionals celebrates five years of service

July 17, 2020 - Construction Design & Engineering
Shown (from left) are: Gina Melton, Leigh Anne Haynie, Greg Angel, Mark Leskanic (president),
Matt Leskanic, Eileen Cullen, and Kristin Yeager.

Natick, MA Surety Bond Professionals (SBP) has reached an exciting milestone as the company celebrates five years of providing surety bonds to the construction and commercial industries.

Mark Leskanic, president, founded the agency in 2015 after years of working for large bonding companies and insurance agencies. Leskanic recognized the need for a bond-only agency that treats clients, employees, and underwriters as a “business family.” This approach has allowed the company to meet the needs of contractors, clients, and insurance agencies by streamlining the bonding process, offering the most competitive bonding limits, rates, and the best hands-on service.

The company is headquartered in Massachusetts with a regional office in Mississippi and now employs eight people. SBP began writing bonds primarily in the New England area, but in the last couple of years their efforts have expanded to routinely write surety bonds in all 50 states.

Leskanic reflected on the company’s fifth anniversary by saying, “These have been an amazing five years. We started out with a philosophy of keenly listening to the marketplace, delivering a high-quality product, and providing the most attentive customer service. Our founding beliefs remain our top priority today, and because of that – our company remains relevant, strong, and growing. We are looking forward to the many years that lie ahead. Our team remains motivated: success for everyone is only possible through helping all our constituents achieve their goals.”

Surety Bond Professionals, Inc. is an independent bond-only agency specializing in helping companies related to the construction and transportation industries improve on their terms for surety bond support.  Headquartered in Natick, MA, Surety Bond Professionals has grown into one of the leading bonding companies in the area.

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