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, electrical or heating.
principal runs a school. a contractor builds buildings.
subcontractor join to main contractor to form joint venture but that venture is not partnership
The prime contractor is contracted by the end customer. Sub-contractors are contracted by the prime contractor or other sub-contractors.
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).
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.
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 to bring the homeowner into this, since the homeowner doesn't owe the subcontractor anything.
Get StartedA Subcontractor Agreement is an agreement between a general contractor (the "General Contractor") and another party who has subcontracted to perform work and services for the General Contractor (the "Subcontractor"). The General Contractor is the party who will contract directly with the owner of the property on which the Subcontractor will be working. Frequently, the General Contractor has portions of the larger project that the General Contractor prefers not to do. Therefore, the General Contractor contracts those portions out to another party, the Subcontractor.If it is available, the Subcontractor may wish to review the Original Contract between the Owner and the General Contractor to be sure that there are no conflicting terms between it and the anticipated Subcontractor Agreement.This agreement allows the parties to describe which services and materials the Subcontractor will provide, specify the price for the work, and assign various rights and liabilities between the parties. Important provisions regarding indemnification, insurance, change orders, unforeseen conditions, defaults, the nature of the parties' relationship and miscellaneous concerns are also included.This agreement should be signed by both parties and becomes effective as of the date inserted at the beginning of the agreement.
Term can be used interchangeable . A company can be a electrical contractor if they work directly for the owner of a project. That same contractor becomes a subcontractor when he works for another contractor. The other contractor may work for the owner of a project, but must subs the work to another contractor of which he would be then the sub contractor.
A subcontractor may also be an independent contractor. A subcontractor situation happens when an employer places a contract with a person (or company) to have some work done. If that person (or company) then places a contract with another person (or company) to have all or perhaps a specialist part of the original work done, then that second person (or company) is a subcontractor. From the employers point of view, he only pays the person he has a direct contract with.
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 contract stipulations).
A residential contractor specializes in building homes which people will live in. A building contractor oversees the building of commercial property.
The customer pays the contractor, and the contractor pays the sub-contractor. The sub-contractor does the work but the contractor remains responsible for ensuring that the work is done prompptly and correctly. The contractor ensures that all legal requirements for the work are met, and that the sub-contractor hasan appropriate amount of liability insurance, in the event that something goes wrong and horrible law suits result.
a bidder is a contractor or supplier,but, .......
The main difference between a property developer and a building contractor is the developer is the person who blueprints the area and buys the land to build on. The contractor is the person who actually builds the building or subcontracts the work out.
There's no resemblance whatsoever between the general contractor and the Project Manager in job functions.
A subcontractor is a person hired by another company to perform specific tasks of project, which is often construction of some type. The difference is that a sub-consultant is a person that is contracted by a consultant to provide services to a client.
i think the chancellor is the head of the university & the principal is the head of the school
Principal is a position in an organisation. Principle are fundamental truth or beliefs.
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.
The General Builder does the work himself. The General Contractor has other people do the work.
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.
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simple interes: on principal only; compound interest: on both principal and interest.
An independent contractor is someone who works for themselves not a company. They can work for someone else but not be employed by them. An employee is employed by a company.