Construction Subcontractor Contract Mobile App
This Construction Subcontractor Contract Mobile App allows general contractors to hire construction subcontractors to provide services, labor and construction subcontractor work.
How does it work?
If needed the construction subcontractor can act as a material supplier if specified within the prime contract document and subcontractor agreement. This app protects the interest of both the general contractor and the construction subcontractor. As a subcontractor agreement between a general contractor (prime contractor) and construction subcontractor (subcontractor employee), the app describes the services and materials provided by the construction subcontractor.
The paperless app includes required independent contractor and subcontractor standard clauses specific to construction subcontractor work covering the following areas: contract documents, subcontractor work, time of performance for subcontractor work, the contract sum, final payments and contractor billing, indemnification and an indemnity clause, insurance, surety bonds, change orders, damage to other work, cleanup, safety, assignment, warranty, back charge, termination for convenience, governing law, attorney fees and interpretation. The app captures the signatures of both the general contractor and the construction subcontractor as privity of contract. Use this agreement template to establish binding master agreements that help facilitate the creation of contractor performance reports and contract schedules according to specific construction projects and construction proposals.
GoCanvas apps can easily be customized and personalized to meet your construction contract needs adding such items as a third-party beneficiary or an award authority. Please note that this construction agreement is designed to be used in a construction context only. The app covers construction subcontractor rights as well as the primary contractor’s. Using this app will act as a personal guaranty and help in reducing breach of contracts, consequential damages and the need for a claim of lien.