General Contractor’s guidelines to success

  • The general contractor should issue bid invitations to subcontractors in sufficient time for subcontractors to review the project documents and prepare responsible and responsive bids. The general contractor should make any special bid proposal forms required and make necessary bidding documents reasonably available to subcontractor bidders.

  • General contractors receiving subcontractor bids as well as subcontractors receiving sub-subs’ bids, should provide a convenient plan room or make documents available via the internet for subcontractors use to preparing estimates.

  • Each subcontractor should deliver to the general contractor at least 24 hours before the bid hour a written bid without dollar amount setting forth its proposed scope, alternates, and unit prices. The scope should reference specifications divisions or sections he specifically identify any omissions or addictions.

  • Proposal should not be invited or accepted or considered from any subcontractor or supplier known to be unquailed to perform the proposed work or render the specified service or from one who from some reason has not genuine possibility of being awarded a contract.

  • The general contractor should issue bid invitations to subcontractors in sufficient time for subcontractors to review the project documents and prepare responsible and responsive bids. The general contractor should make any special bid proposal forms required and make necessary bidding documents reasonably available to subcontractor bidders.

  • General contractors receiving subcontractor bids as well as subcontractors receiving sub-subs’ bids, should provide a convenient plan room or make documents available via the internet for subcontractors use to preparing estimates.

  • Each subcontractor should deliver to the general contractor at least 24 hours before the bid hour a written bid without dollar amount setting forth its proposed scope, alternates, and unit prices. The scope should reference specifications divisions or sections he specifically identify any omissions or addictions.

  • Proposal should not be invited or accepted or considered from any subcontractor or supplier known to be unquailed to perform the proposed work or render the specified service or from one who from some reason has not genuine possibility of being awarded a contract.

  • The general contractor should issue bid invitations to subcontractors in sufficient time for subcontractors to review the project documents and prepare responsible and responsive bids. The general contractor should make any special bid proposal forms required and make necessary bidding documents reasonably available to subcontractor bidders.

  • General contractors receiving subcontractor bids as well as subcontractors receiving sub-subs’ bids, should provide a convenient plan room or make documents available via the internet for subcontractors use to preparing estimates.

  • Each subcontractor should deliver to the general contractor at least 24 hours before the bid hour a written bid without dollar amount setting forth its proposed scope, alternates, and unit prices. The scope should reference specifications divisions or sections he specifically identify any omissions or addictions.

  • Proposal should not be invited or accepted or considered from any subcontractor or supplier known to be unquailed to perform the proposed work or render the specified service or from one who from some reason has not genuine possibility of being awarded a contract.

  • The general contractor should issue bid invitations to subcontractors in sufficient time for subcontractors to review the project documents and prepare responsible and responsive bids. The general contractor should make any special bid proposal forms required and make necessary bidding documents reasonably available to subcontractor bidders.

  • General contractors receiving subcontractor bids as well as subcontractors receiving sub-subs’ bids, should provide a convenient plan room or make documents available via the internet for subcontractors use to preparing estimates.

  • Each subcontractor should deliver to the general contractor at least 24 hours before the bid hour a written bid without dollar amount setting forth its proposed scope, alternates, and unit prices. The scope should reference specifications divisions or sections he specifically identify any omissions or addictions.

  • Proposal should not be invited or accepted or considered from any subcontractor or supplier known to be unquailed to perform the proposed work or render the specified service or from one who from some reason has not genuine possibility of being awarded a contract.

  • The general contractor should issue bid invitations to subcontractors in sufficient time for subcontractors to review the project documents and prepare responsible and responsive bids. The general contractor should make any special bid proposal forms required and make necessary bidding documents reasonably available to subcontractor bidders.

  • General contractors receiving subcontractor bids as well as subcontractors receiving sub-subs’ bids, should provide a convenient plan room or make documents available via the internet for subcontractors use to preparing estimates.

  • Each subcontractor should deliver to the general contractor at least 24 hours before the bid hour a written bid without dollar amount setting forth its proposed scope, alternates, and unit prices. The scope should reference specifications divisions or sections he specifically identify any omissions or addictions.

  • Proposal should not be invited or accepted or considered from any subcontractor or supplier known to be unquailed to perform the proposed work or render the specified service or from one who from some reason has not genuine possibility of being awarded a contract.

  • The general contractor should issue bid invitations to subcontractors in sufficient time for subcontractors to review the project documents and prepare responsible and responsive bids. The general contractor should make any special bid proposal forms required and make necessary bidding documents reasonably available to subcontractor bidders.

  • General contractors receiving subcontractor bids as well as subcontractors receiving sub-subs’ bids, should provide a convenient plan room or make documents available via the internet for subcontractors use to preparing estimates.

  • Each subcontractor should deliver to the general contractor at least 24 hours before the bid hour a written bid without dollar amount setting forth its proposed scope, alternates, and unit prices. The scope should reference specifications divisions or sections he specifically identify any omissions or addictions.

  • Proposal should not be invited or accepted or considered from any subcontractor or supplier known to be unquailed to perform the proposed work or render the specified service or from one who from some reason has not genuine possibility of being awarded a contract.

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