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subcontractor

see CONTRACTOR.

subcontractor

see CONTRACTOR.

subcontractor

One who performs services under the supervision of a general contractor. Also called a “sub.”

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The safety bonus system has considerable flexibility with regard to which types of claims can be the focus of the program, how the subcontractor can use the safety bonus, and where the claim experience target should be set in subsequent years of the program or on subsequent projects.
Other risks may be mitigated through further action by the subcontractor.
Unclear drawings provided by the main contractor may also contribute to the occurrence of an argument or problem between the subcontractor and the contractor [20].
Engaging even an experienced overseas subcontractor but with no local knowledge may not insulate a main contractor from risks, as very soon the new entrant will face new realities on the ground, especially on resource constraints or local license requirements, and may face financial difficulties due to huge cost overruns resulting from errors in pricing for work in an unfamiliar environment.
Did the subcontractor require the injured employee to take a drug test after the accident?
Both general contractors and subcontractors are responsible for safety on the job site.
Some expect civil litigation between subcontractors and Lowe's to go away in exchange for the home improvement chain releasing the remaining construction funds to the court.
In fact, it can be favorable to be based on this criterion since it pinpoints a continuous and long-term relationship between the main contractor and the subcontractor.
A total of 43 subcontractors are working at the site, and about half of them are owed money, Diehl said.
Prosecutors said Archibald accepted the money from subcontractors in exchange for letting them work on Park La Brea -- a 1,500-unit, mid-range- to-luxury apartment complex near Los Angeles' landmark Farmers Market.
The working relationships between the senior leadership of the LSI and its subcontractors are very conducive to accommodating change, much more so than the working relationships between typical government decision-makers and contractors.
Component IPT teams consisted of representatives from the program office (Project Manager Soldier Weapons); technical support (Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center and Army Research Laboratory); contractor and subcontractor representatives; and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) and Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) representatives.