Does general contractor premium goes high how much even if he gives job to subcontractor if gc pays money to subcontractor from his account still it will be counted as sales?
Possibly and probably contact your agent and ask.
Are you the contractor, the subcontractor, or the person who hired the contractor in the first place? If you're the person who hired the general contractor, you don't have to do anything - this is between the general contractor and the subcontractor. As long as you pay the contractor the agreed-upon price, you can wash your hands of the matter. If you're the subcontractor, and the general contractor who hired you is not paying what… Read More
So they can work as a general contractor and not have to work for someone else. Read More
Can a subcontractor for termite treatment on a Hollywood Florida home put a lien on the house when the contractor was paid in full but will not pay the subcontractor?
Not likely. There is no privity of contract between the homeowner and the subcontractor. The homeowner had an agreement with the general contractor, and that's the only person they have a duty to pay. The subcontractor can only pursue payment from the general contractor - to put a lien on the home would be to punish an innocent party - the homeowner. This is between the subcontractor and the general contractor, and there's no reason… Read More
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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… Read More
Generally the subcontractor will either relieve the main contractor of part of the building work, or will be able to perform work at lower expense or at a greater skill level than the general contractor could. Read More
It is true that when having renovation work done on your property, if the general contractor hires a sub-contractor to perform duties and doesn't pay him...we as homeowners are liable. It was the general contractor who hired the sub-contractor with no involvement from us as the homeowner's. Read More
A General Contractor hires Sub Contractors to do different portions of the toal project. A Sub Contractor may then hire a Sub Tier Subcontractor to do a portion of their work. Read More
A waiver of subrogation in commercial insurance means that you waive the right for your insurance company to collect reimbursement from the insurance company of the other party. An example would be a subcontractor who is injured by the actions of someone in the employ of the general contractor. If a waiver of subrogation was included in the insurance policy, the subcontractor has given up the right to collect from the insurance company of the… Read More
No. They will not affet the GC because they are two different entities. This method of rating is also similar to the OSHA Recordables and 300 Log. A GC will not report accidents on his/her report for an accident that occured to a subcontractor. This is of course limited if the incident involves multiple parties, then it could have an affect. The easiest way to tell is if the GC has to file a claim… Read More
The primary contractor is going to have to cover the loss since the uninsured sub was working for them. It is the General contractors responsibility to make sure his sub-contractors were properly insured. Read More
The answer is in the title. A contractor is typically a builder or trades person who signs an original document for an original project with a client to perform a constructive task. The "sub" contractor than signs a contract with the contractor(now the "general" contractor with the addition of sub-contract(s)). If the trades person signs their contract with the client, than the client is acting as the "general" and taking on all associated risks(depending on… Read More
The general expectation is that a contractor pays their own expenses. That would include a sub-contractor being responsible for their own workman's compensation. Most subcontracting agreements will specify this in the contract. Read More
Yes--but there are specific pre-construction notices that must be given, so see a real estate attorney in your area for details on your state's laws. Read More
This is not as simple a question as it may seem. Subcontractors generally carry their own liability insurance. The General Contractor should verify that the sub contractors insurance either matches or exceeds their own policy limits as this is part of the contract terms for almost every general liability policy. In effect if you let an uninsured subcontractor work on your job, unless you endorse your own policy to cover the subcontractor and pay the… Read More
The primary contractor is responsible for the entire project and coordinating the efforts of the subcontractors. The subcontractors are responsible for specific trades, such as plumbing, heating, concrete or electrical. General contractors are more like managers and coordinators, but many have a crew of their own and perform some of the subcontract tasks. In most states, it is not legal for a general contractor to perform some of the specialty trade jobs, such as plumbing… Read More
Don't do it, unless you know and absolutely trust the person. A good reputable contractor will be licensed and insured. He will also not be offended if you ask him to provide documentation. You need to protect your self. Saving a few bucks is not worth putting your life and potentially your financial future at risk by hiring a shady contractor. Read More
If he can't he shouldn't be a general contractor Read More
File a Mechanic's lien (the form is available on the web) with the County Recorder against the property where you performed the work. The developer will not get paid by the owner of the property until all liens have been released. However, you had to have served a Preliminary Notice for the work you were going to perform on the General Contractor to be able to file a lien against the property. Read More
The pay scale for home builders depend on the type of construction that they engage in, whether they act as a general contractor or a subcontractor and the location where they work. The mean wage for residential construction managers is currently $79,180 per year. Read More
It depends on who you hired. Typically you enter into a contract with a General Contractor. Your contractor then hires his own subcontrators in an agreement which you are not a party. The General Contrator is responsible for all the work performed whether by him or by a subcontrator he chose to do the work. It his job to supervise the work perdormed by his sub contrators. Your claim is against the General Contrator that… Read More
The General Builder does the work himself. The General Contractor has other people do the work. Read More
A sub-tier supplier is a supplier for the sub-tier contractor on a contractor jobsite. To understand this fully, you must understand the project organizational chart. The owner hires a general contractor to manage a project that the owner has had an architect/engineer design. The general contractor then contracts subcontractors to manage parts of the contruction the gc cannot do such as mep, hvac, sitework, ect. The subcontractor is responsible for ordering supplies for their specialty… Read More
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That means he is an unlicensed general contractor. He has not set up a bond or registered with the state licensing board. Complaints in your state would not be readily available. Read More
An insured contractor is a contractor who carries a Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy. Read More
a general contractor is who is license with a general building license (b) and is permitted to take jobs in whole a contractor or specialty contractor are the contractor that specialized in one trade only and are permitted to take only special trades on the job for example an electrical contractor can only take electrical job Read More
What is the difference between a general contractor and sub contractor in the construction industry?
The general contractor is in charge of the project and hires the sub contractor for the various parts of construction. Framer, plumber, electrician, gets the material and sees that the job is completed. Read More
general contractors differ in that they are familiar with all aspects of the building process, from vacant land all the way through the processes to complete a home, office building and so forth. a contractor will and can be hired BY a general contractor to accomplish a certain aspect of the process of construction. general contractors can roughly be compared to a general practitioner. a contractor, to a doctor who only specializes in one area… Read More
Who should you go to as a subcontractor if the general contractor holds payments for extended amount of time and threatens contract termination if you stop work?
Sir or madam, Once a contract is agreed upon it cannot be altered. If your general contractor witholds payment, he/she is in breach of contract and you are entitled to sue for "Action upon debt". Bottom line - you earned the money, the court will give it to you, go see a lawyer. As for the threat to terminate your contract, the contract is alrteady void. Get a lawyer. Now. Read More
How do you get paid if you are a subcontractor and the general contractor didn't pay you for working on a house can you put a lien on the owners house and how long after finishing can you do that?
If the GC.is.a.Negro. you will.never.get money back. EVER THEY get away with everything. I.say regardless u will never get money back. Go beat the Shit.out of.him and order what your.owed under an account that is his.to.a.random.location .its been done.with great success. It's the only way u.will.get your.money back unless.u are black.and he is.white Read More
There's no resemblance whatsoever between the general contractor and the Project Manager in job functions. Read More
This is a vague question necessarily inviting a vague response. Anyone can be sued by anyone else. I could sue you claiming that you stole all my money so you could furnish your new vacation home on Mars. That doesn't mean I would win. Anyway, I suppose a subcontractor working on a project commissioned by a homeowner could sue the homeowner under certain circumstances, such as being injured by a dangerous condition on the homeowner's… Read More
By "Moon Buggy" I assume you mean the LRV (Lunar Roving Vehicle) used in the Apollo missions. Boeing was the prime contractor; General Motors was a major subcontractor and is responsible for the mobility portion (wheels, drive, suspension); without GM, it would have been a Moon Sled. Read More
A general engineering contractor is a contractor whose principal contracting business is in connection with fixed works requiring specialized engineering knowledge and skill, including irrigation, drainage, water power, water supply, flood control, inland waterways, harbors, docks and wharves, shipyards, roadways, airports, bridges, etc. A general building contractor simply builds buildings. Read More
If the general contractor refuses to pay, you must sue the contractor for payment. You may also sue his bonding company, if he has one. If your dispute exceeds small claims, see a real estate attorney right away. Read More
If you pay a contractor to remodel your kitchen and he fails to pay for materials used can a lien be placed on your home?
Speaking under WA law, yes. Any subcontractor who furnishes labor or materials can file a lien against any property that he works on. But the subcontractor is required to provide written notice to you before you pay the general contractor that he may claim a lien so you may make checks payable to both firms (RCW 60.04.031). Because state laws very greatly, I suggest you contact a construction law attorney in your area (look for… Read More
A dry wall contractor is employed to build or construct dry wall sections. A general contractor on the hand is capable of not only constructing dry wall but completing a multitude of other tasks that matches his skills set. Read More
I think you mean can a general contracto force their subcontractor to raise their car insurance coverage limits. Some people choose to buy insurance with very low limits which do not provide a lot of protection. If you work for someone like a general contractor they can require you have a certain level of insurance. The reason they might do this is because they may have insurance that starts at a certain dollar limit. For… Read More
Read the contract signed with the general contractor and follow the guidelines written there. You may also need the guidance and advice of the association's attorney. Read More
The cost of general liability depends on. 1) The type of contracting work you plan to do (Commercial, Residential, Demolion etc). 2) The amount of work you plan to perform in a year. 3) Your expected payroll and/or subcontractor expenses. 4) The amount of coverage you want. (Do you want $100,000, $500,000 or $2,000,000 in coverage) A $ 500,000 policy can cost one contractor $5,000 and another $8,000. I recommend getting a few quotes from… Read More
Although a "general" contractor may be licensed he may NOT know how to do everything and should hire someone that has the knowledge in that particular area to actually do the job. Read More
masonry is 97447 if it's a contractor who is subcontracting out that part, it may not be the same Read More
general contractors generally bid for a project, assuming responsibility for the project's planning and overall development. Often, however, the general contractor delegates performance of many specific tasks Read More
No, the compound noun 'general contractor' is a common noun. A common noun is always capitalized when it is the first word in a sentence. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun is always capitalized. When the noun 'general contractor' is the title of a specific person, it is a proper noun, for example: John J. Johnson, General Contractor. Read More
They are synonymous. i.e., They mean the same thing. Prime Contractor = General Contractor. Some construction projects have multiple primes (multi-prime contract), where each prime is in charge of a general area of work and hires subcontractors underneath him, and one of the primes is typically delegated the owner's duty to coordinate. But the typical construction cite just has one prime. Read More