You want to be a subcontractor for direct tv in fort lauderdale who do you talk to or contact to get some infortmation?
I want to be a subcontractor for diect tv in fort lauderdale where can i get some information on what to do
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does it matter, i had to get my old dish off roof after 3 weeks promise, dvr promise was far fr dish capability, call was offer $100 off afer 57 minutes of holding on the phon…e, direct is going to make it they better reqinfigure asap, so it camedown to me having to settle to pay $200 for additional reciever, I asked how much to buy out of my contract $380.00-$390.00< I said lets do it, lets cut ties we ar are no longer productive, lady says you would rather pay 390 instead of 200 for new reciever, and i said oh yeah I dont want to be bbe a dick but with what i went through paid $500 f/t
From the airport follow signs to I-595 WEST. . Take I-595 WEST to I-95 NORTH at EXIT 10. . Take I-95 NORTH to DAYTONA BEACH.
6 miles (approx. 10 minutes drive)
There is a lot to do! You have several beaches, you can cruise the intracoastal and see the sites from the water taxi. you can watch the cruise ships at Port Everglades. Shopp…ing on Las Olas and Galleria Mall. Riverwalk holds festivals throughout the year. Visit the Children's museum, rent bicycles, paddleboard, kids camp, rent a fishing boat, take the Jungle Queen, look for alligators from an airboat, so so so much more.
1) From the turnpike take Florida's Turnpike (TOLL) SOUTH to where it ENDS at US-1 in Florida City. 2) Take US-1 SOUTH to Marathon.
The best people to contact should be your local Police
I-75 all the way.
The shortest distance is 140 miles.
Florida's Turnpike (toll) NORTH to KISSIMMEE.
a nominated subcontractor, with various provisions for obtaining indemnities by the subcontractor (or Employer) but under the main contractor responsibility and coordination, …or ** another contractor, which FIDIC provides the incumbent Main Contractor is required to give site access, etc, etc to but coordinated by the Employer My own understanding, very simply put is that a nominated subcontractor is actually a "normal" subcontract between Main Contractor and Subcontractor, BUT that the nominated subcontractor is selected by the Employer and price agreed with the Employer directly. That would mean that the Main Contractor has the accountability for the subcontractor, notwithstanding any indemnities. The Consultant has stated today that in their opinion: ** the nominated subcontractor is selected by the Employer and signs a contract direct with the Employer ** the Employer will secure assurances, bonds / performance sureties and warranties direct with the subcontractor, and ** that the Main Contractor DOES NOT sign a subcontract with the subcontractor ** that the main Contractor will not be held liable for certain specified warranties My understanding is that the Main Contractor still should sign a subcontract with the nominated subcontractor and assumes the responsibilities of a Main Contractor over the Subcontractor - though the Employer states that the Main Contractor has no liability specified warranty issues and quality (only). I would believe the Main Contractor still has a number of responsibilities in respect of the subcontractor and their general performance. The Consultant assures they have checked FIDIC and it is normal for the Employer to sign a subcontract direct with the Nominated Subcontractor. I would believe in that case it is not a "Nominated Subcontract", but instead a direct supplementary contract between the Employer and their Contractor (secondary contractor) Can you kindly advise quite simply, the contractual position of a nominated subcontract under FIDIC ...... ie does the Employer sign the contract / subcontract with the Nominated Subcontractor, or is it a subcontract between Main Contractor and Nominated Subcontractor with the normal (in general terms) obligations by the Main Contractor for the Subcontractor, to the Employer.
"Direct TV offers a large variety of channels. They also offer superior picture quality. They mainly offer TV services such as On Demand movies, TV shows, and their watch anyt…ime feature."
They are going to be there on July 1, 2012 at the Bank Atlantic Center
yes they are, on may 1st 2012
There are many specials offered through Direct TV. They currently are offering 3 years of service at $29.95 per month. This also includes NFL Sunday Ticket. One can also sa…ve an extra $100 if they are referred through a friend.
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