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Can a Contractor tell a Subcontractor that its Bid is Too Low?

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the owner failed to provide the relevant information.” Martin concludes that a General Contractor does not have the right to tell a

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Does a General Contractor Have to Tell a Subcontractor

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The bids come in, the lowest is taken, and lo and behold, the subcontractor finds out that it cannot perform for the amount listed in the bid. When this happens, the subcontractor may take the position that the general contractor should have told the subcontractor that their bid was too low.

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Should a General Contractor Tell a Sub that its Bid is Too

6 hours ago Constructionlawva.com Show details

Subcontractors will at times either miss something that is part of the specified scope of work or try to squeeze a margin or two to get a job. This can result in everything from a properly low bid to one that is so low that the general contractor or owner will know the job cannot be done for the amount bid.

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Can a Contractor Hold a Subcontractor to its Bid?

6 hours ago Smithcurrie.com Show details

On the day of the bid, a Subcontractor submitted its bid to the Contractor to perform the paving work on the project. The Subcontractor’s bid was submitted by telephone on the day that the Contractor had to submit its bid to the school district. Because the Subcontractor’s bid was the lowest bid received on the paving work, the Contractor

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Can a Contractor Hold a Subcontractor to its Bid Smith

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subcontractor’s price in preparing the contractor’s bid; (3) reasonable reliance by the contractor on the subcontractor’s bid; and (4) detriment to the contractor as a result of reliance on the subcontractor’s bid and the subcontractor’s subsequent refusal to perform. When analyzing whether you can hold a subcontractor to its bid,

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Can a contractor hold a subcontractor to its bid? Lexology

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The Contractor was preparing to bid on a school project. On the day of the bid, a Subcontractor submitted its bid to the Contractor to perform the paving work on the project.

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Is General Contractor Reliance on Subcontractor’s Bid

8 hours ago Bradley.com Show details

Or, even better, the general contractor should send its standard-form subcontract to the subcontractor and require the subcontractor to accept its standard-form as a condition of submitting the bid. In light of C.G. Schmidt , the general contractor should also, if possible, refrain from negotiating with the subcontractor after it receives the

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Relying on Subcontractor Quotes Lorman Education Services

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By so doing, a prime contractor can be assured that the prices it relied upon to develop its own bid will remain in place during performance of the prime contract, as the subcontractor will be bound to its agreement. A prime contractor can thus avoid having to make up the shortfall between an original price quote and a later, higher price.

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What is Considered "Timely Acceptance" of a Subcontractor

7 hours ago Bestpracticesconstructionlaw.com Show details

The subcontractor phoned in its quote to the contractor, and it also gave the same quote to other bidders. When the subcontractor learned that the contractor was the low bidder and had been awarded the contract, it phoned the contractor to see if it had been awarded the subcontract.

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When Subs Renege On Their Bids, What Are The Contractor’s

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The general contractor for a project may often find itself in a vulnerable position. One such instance of this can arise as the contractor submits its bid and contracts with the owner of a project. In arriving at its bid, the contractor obviously must consider the cost of its performance. The determination of the cost of performance necessarily includes calculating …

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My contractor is charging way more than what he estimated

6 hours ago Nolo.com Show details

An estimate should be the contractor's best professional assessment, including the cost of hiring any subcontractors, the price of materials, and any other labor involved. Understand the Difference Between an Estimate and a Quote. Getting an estimate from a contractor is different from getting a quote. A quote is an offer to enter into a contract.

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Reliance On A Subcontractor’s Bid on California Public

6 hours ago Lhfconstructlaw.com Show details

The defenses include:(1) The general contractor should not have relied on the bid because it was so low in comparison to the other bidders;(2) The general contractor shopped the bid and did not rely on it; and (3) The subcontractor refused to sign the contract because the general contractor’s contract contained unfair and unreasonable language.

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6 Tips for Dealing With Subcontractor Default

6 hours ago Constructconnect.com Show details

Dealing with a defaulting subcontractor can be a real nightmare for general contractors. A nonperforming subcontractor or one that isn’t meeting its contractual obligations can wreak havoc on a project. This can lead to delays in the schedule that impact other subcontractors and can result in costly rework.

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Does the Acceptance of a Bid Create a Binding DBL Law

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Those in the construction industry typically understand the basics of contracts. Even the word “contractor” reflects their regular use and experience with them. Nevertheless, the question of whether acceptance of a bid creates a binding contract comes up frequently. This question is not always answered easily, but a look at the legal nature of contracts helps answer it.

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Subcontractors should take bidding process seriously

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A subcontractor should know that if its bid is the lowest, a general contractor will rely on it in submitting its bid to the owner. The doctrine was …

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Subcontractor Listing Laws for California Public Works

9 hours ago Lhfconstructlaw.com Show details

Bid shopping has been defined as the use of the low bid already received by the general contractor to pressure other subcontractors into submitting even lower bids. Bid peddling has also been defined as an attempt by a subcontractor to undercut known bids already submitted to the general contractor in order to procure the job.

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Part 44 Subcontracting Policies and Procedures

9 hours ago Acquisition.gov Show details

(d) Methods of evaluating subcontractor responsibility, including the contractor’s use of the System for Award Management Exclusions (see 9.404) and, if the contractor has subcontracts with parties on the Exclusions list, the documentation, systems, and procedures the contractor has established to protect the Government’s interests (see 9

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The Dangers of Illegal Subcontracting

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Layering uses multiple levels of contractors and subcontractors to cover up for the lack of proper documentation and credentials by subcontractors. In this increasingly common scenario, the principal contractor is hired to perform maintenance work after providing all the necessary certifications and insurance forms for its business.

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Should Subcontractors Always Be Bound to Their PreBid

8 hours ago Constructionadvisortoday.com Show details

A bidder on a prime contract necessarily relies on price quotations from prospective trade subcontractors. Can that bidder, if awarded the prime contract, hold those would-be subs to their prices? The financial consequences of repudiated prices can be severe. Yet no binding contract was formed prior to bid submittal. The Nevada Supreme Court recently held an …

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Subcontractor's Failure to Perform on Accepted Bid

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Subcontractor Cox submitted an offer to general contractor Wargo to perform a subcontract at a price of $26,000 in the construction of additions and alterations to a building. Wargo then used the subcontractor's figure in his bid for the job. After the contract was Awarded to Wargo, Cox notified him that he would not do the work unless he was

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The Ultimate Guide to Subcontracting in Government Procurement

9 hours ago Spendmatters.com Show details

Prime contractor — As the business to win the bid you are the primary contractor, or “prime contractor.”. Subcontractor — Defined by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 3.502-1 as, “ Any person, other than the prime contractor, who offers to furnish or furnishes any supplies, materials, equipment or services of any kind under a

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Substitution of Subcontractors Listed by Mistake in

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When contractors submit bids for California public works projects, they must consider the amounts submitted by subcontractors when determining the total budget. They are required to provide information about the identity and budgets for subcontractors. Sometimes contractors may make a mistake when listing a subcontractor.

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Contractor or Subcontractor: What's the difference?

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A subcontractor is anyone who provides labor or services on a construction project that was hired by someone other than the owner. (Of course, subcontractors are contractors too, just the lowercase kind.) On a residential construction project, common subcontractors are carpenters, plumbers, or electricians.

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10 Things To Do When You Have Contractor Problems

3 hours ago Familyhandyman.com Show details

Some contractors low-ball an offer to get a job, planning to up-sell later for basic services. This is one more area where the signed contract comes to the rescue. All of these expectations should be laid out in writing. And if a low bid seems too good to …

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Contractor Bidding Methods: Estimate vs. FixedPrice Proposals

8 hours ago Thespruce.com Show details

A contractor has less incentive to shop around for lower-priced materials and subcontractors. A contractor may choose a higher-priced subcontractor over a lower priced one simply because he likes working with one over the other. This type of contract comes with some risk, as it is easy for costs to spiral due to unforeseen circumstances.

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Nine Contract Provisions Subcontractors Need to Know

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A small provision, or even mere clause, that can lead to big cost. 3. Contingent Payment Clause. A contingent payment clause dictates those circumstances under which the general contractor becomes obligated to pay the subcontractor for its completed work. These provisions come in two different forms: “pay when paid” and “pay if paid.”.

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How to Substitute or Remove Listed Subcontractors on

3 hours ago Wolfflaw.com Show details

To prevent this bid-shopping Public Cont. Code §4104(a)(1) & (b) therefore require that prime contractor bidders on public jobs list in their bid the name and the “portion of the work” 1 to be performed by any subcontractor in an amount in excess of $10,000 or more than .5% of the total bid price, whichever is greater.

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When is it Unreasonable for a General Contractor to Rely

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next. USA February 27 2017. It is well established law in California that a general contractor may reasonably rely on a subcontractor’s bid when submitting its prime bid to an owner. Further, a

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General Contractors' Liability to Subcontractors

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Finally, the general contractor can and should withhold retention from each progress payment as security for any failure of the subcontractors to pay its employees according to law. Retention can be held until the contractor confirms prevailing wage compliance during the project close-out process. Conclusion. Contractors who are bidding or

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12 Things Your Contractor Isn't Telling You

4 hours ago Washingtonian.com Show details

The Tates’ story illustrates how horribly wrong renovation can go. What follows is a look at 12 things that a contractor—generally, a bad contractor—often won’t tell a client and that can lead to problems. Plus, you’ll find advice on how to make a remodeling job run as smoothly as possible.

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Can the Contractor Change the Bid Price After Contract is

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WE ARE SUBCONTRACTORS IN SARASOTA CO., WE HAVE JUST FINISHED A BIG JOB DOWNTOWN SARASOTA, THE CONTRACTOR KNOW WANTS TOO CHANGE OUR BID PRICE ON LINE ITEMS THAT WERE ON ALL OUR DRAWS ON AN AIA DOCUMENT AND A SIGNED AIA CONTRACT WE HAD WITH THEM BEFORE WE EVEN STARTED THE JOB …

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Subcontractors: Construction Bids SmartInsight

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For Subcontractors Through SmartInsight, subcontractors can receive more invitations to bid from SmartBid, efficiently respond to qualification requests and ultimately, win more projects. SmartInsight Just Got Smarter Our new integration with ConstructConnect Bid Center puts all your invitations to bid (ITBs) in one place—including SmartBid, iSqFt, and ConstructConnect. …

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Key Tips to Carefully Reviewing ContractorSubcontractor

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Key Tips to Carefully Reviewing Contractor-Subcontractor Agreements. July 23, 2019. By: Brendan Collins and Kristine O. Little When entering into a contractor-subcontractor agreement, it is important to carefully review the “boilerplate” to ensure that you as a subcontractor are properly protected and are not being subjected to onerous and unfair …

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Confidential Subcontractor Proposals Subcontracts

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(1) The contractor shall submit, or cause to be submitted by the subcontractor(s), certified cost or pricing data to the Government for subcontracts that are the lower of either — (i) $12.5 million or more; or (ii) both more than the pertinent certified cost or pricing data threshold and more than 10 percent of the prime contractor’s

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Contractor’s Guide to Contract Administration

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contractor in providing contract-required data to the Corps of Engineers. Furthermore, by taking advantage of the monitoring and reporting aspects of this program, the contractor can perform quality control activities more consistently and within …

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Contractor Refuses to Pay Subcontractor: Everything to Know

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Subcontractor Not Paid by Contractors. An alternative to filing a mechanic's lien is to go after the contractor directly. Subcontractors can also report contractors to the appropriate state licensing board if they fail to pay. Exact rules and penalties associated with failing to pay a subcontractor will vary from one state to the next.

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How to Select a Construction Subcontractor: 14 Steps

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If the subcontractor’s bid is too low, then they might not complete the job. When the money runs out, they might abandon the project rather than spend their own money to complete it. [1] X Research source Although you can sue the subcontractor for abandoning a project, lawsuits cost time and money.

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Owner vs Contractor – How Do You Tell Who’s Responsible on

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Unless you’ve worked in the construction industry, the line between contractor and subcontractor (and sub-subcontractor) can become quite blurry. In simple terms, the general contractor is hired directly by the owner, while subcontractors are directly contracted with the general contractor. General contractors typically oversee the entire

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Subcontractor Cost Proposals: A Cautionary Tale SmallGovCon

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But when a subcontractor circumvents the prime contractor and independently submits its pricing, the prime contractor is unable to review the subcontractor’s proposal to ensure that it complies with the terms of the solicitation. As demonstrated in a recent GAO bid protest decision, if the subcontractor’s proposal is non-compliant, the

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The Importance of the General Contractor and Subcontractor

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A good relationship between a general contractor and its subcontractors can make all the difference in the outcome of a project. A general contractor must have good subcontractors to be successful. Likewise, a subcontractor’s greatest account can be a general contractor. Both benefit greatly when this relationship is in place.

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How crazy subcontractors can kill your bid Washington

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The prime contractor challenged the rejection by asking the CO to evaluate the bid without the subcontractor’s input, and while the …

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Subcontractor Contracts: Everything You Need to Know

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The master agreement will sometimes say that contractors will be held liable for any mistakes or issues caused by the subcontractors. If you need help with subcontractor contracts, you can post your legal need on UpCounsel's marketplace. UpCounsel accepts only the top 5 percent of lawyers to its site.

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General Requirements (Subcontractor) ADOT

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Subcontractor Approval. ADOT must approve a subcontractor before it can begin work on any project. In order for this to occur, the prime contractor must submit a completed subcontractor request form (SRF) signed by the subcontractor. The SRF form can be found in the Contractor's Information section of the ADOT website.

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Attention General Contractors: 4 Steps to Get More Sub Bids

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SmartBid is the leading construction bid management software for general contractors. The preconstruction software simplifies bidding for prime, commercial & residential GCs. With SmartBid, users can access a secure web-based & mobile platform to streamline their bid project data, documents and subcontractor communications.

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Handshakes Don’t Count: Subcontractor’s Guide to Position

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With a detailed cost breakdown approach, the subcontractor can be required to present their detailed estimate with backup. If the general contractor or owner isn’t satisfied with either the lump sum quote or the detailed cost breakdown price, they can usually force the subcontractor to perform the work on a cost-plus basis.

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Does BidListing of Subcontractors Constrain Competition

7 hours ago Constructionadvisortoday.com Show details

This bill would require prime contractors bidding on projects valued at more than $1 million to list subcontractors they intend to use for $100,000 or more of the work at bid time. If a prime replaces a sub without the permission of the contracting officer, the prime will face a penalty and possible suspension or debarment.

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Case, Ibrahim & Clauss, LLP Subcontractors and

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Finally, the general contractor was aware of the inability of the subcontractor to perform the work at the price it bid and the court concluded that it would provide relief to the subcontractor to avoid its bid.+[Architects and Contractors Estimating Service, Inc. v. Smith (1985) 164 Cal. App. 3d 1001, 211 Cal. Rptr. 45]+ A careful reading of

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Owner vs Contractor – How Do You Tell Who Is Responsible

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subcontractor or sub-subcontractor has done so, and waives the right to any claims that result from their failure to inspect their work. The rest of Article 3 discusses the contractor’s responsibility to hire appropriate talent, procure materials, and ensure all materials and equipment are free from defects.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Should a general contractor tell a subcontractor their bid was too low?

When this happens, the subcontractor may take the position that the general contractor should have told the subcontractor that their bid was too low.

Can a subcontractor provide work to a general contractor?

The general rule is that subcontractors providing bids to a general contractor must perform the work contemplated by their bids for the price quoted if the general contractor is chosen to perform the work. This rule is grounded in the doctrine of promissory estoppel and is followed in most jurisdictions.

Can a subcontractor refuse to perform extra work on a project?

As contracts usually dictate that a subcontractor cannot refuse to perform extra work under most circumstances, it is important that subcontractors follow the contractor’s change order procedure precisely and, likewise, insist that the general contractor satisfy it, as well.

What do you need to know about a subcontracting agreement?

The contractor will also want to sign a subcontracting agreement. As a homeowner, you can ask for information about the subs that your contractor hires, such as experience or references, but the contractor is responsible for the work a subcontractor performs.