Depending on the size of the job, anywhere from 10-50% can be fair. If I was contracting a $10k job that was going to take two weeks, I would expect to net about 30%. If I am going to be on the job all the time and unable to run other jobs, then I would need to have a margin closer to 50% and so on and so forth
$440,000 a year
Not all general contractors make the same. The pay is determined on the experience the contractor has and how much materials it will take. The site I listed below states how much a contractor costs. http://www.acmediy.com/contractor/how-much.php
I currently make $120,000 a year. My company is well known.
If he can't he shouldn't be a general contractor
Not sure about Afghanistan, but security contractors in general make anywhere from 500 to over 1000 per day, depending on the type of mission and skills/qualifications of the contractor.
A general contractor licence usually costs about $200.
General Contractor Lic.
The General Builder does the work himself. The General Contractor has other people do the work.
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at average you will earn about $2 a year. if you were a profesional you will earn $3 a year. E=MC2
So they can work as a general contractor and not have to work for someone else.
An insured contractor is a contractor who carries a Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy.
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 he owes, you can sue him for breach of contract. If you are the general contractor, you better have a really good reason for not paying the subcontractor (the subcontractor materially breached its contract with you, for example).
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.
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
as a contractor i have made, at a high point, a 1,000,000 a month for 3 straight months
A licensed general contractor makes about 27 dollars an hour. If they have been in this position a long time, they may make 30 to 35 dollars an hour.
If you have a substantial project with several different independent contractors or subcontractors, it pays to hire a qualified general contractor to oversee your project. They are experienced at organizing and scheduling work, negotiating terms, and getting you the best value for your money. A common refrain among homeowners who have acted as their own general contractor is often, "If I´d known how much work it was, I would have hired a general contractor to do it for me." A general contractor knows where the trouble spots are and can head them off before they derail the project. Your general contractor (GC) is the key to bringing a high quality job in on time for the budgeted amount. To make sure your contractor is going to perform for you, the following points can help qualify his expertise.
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 of practice
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.
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.
form_title=Find a General Contractor form_header=A general contractor coordinates all aspects of a building project, from foundation work to the finishing touches. Describe the Project:=_ What is the proposed timeline of the project?=_ Would you like an estimate?= () Yes () No
A general Contractor does not typically charge by the hour. They usually charge by the job or by percentage. A G.C.'s job is to hire and coordinate not to "work" so hours would be a pore measure of his worth. Perhaps you are confusing a GC with a Home Improvement Contractor?
There's no resemblance whatsoever between the general contractor and the Project Manager in job functions.