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How Do General Contractors Find Their Subcontractors and Why Should You Care?

In any business, good relationships are based on a foundation of mutual trust, quality work, and integrity. And the construction industry is no exception. When the margins are slim and the stakes are high, working with reliable and honest partners is naturally a huge priority. Let’s be honest, who wouldn’t do everything they could to find partners who won’t put them in a tough spot down the road? This is a classic case of risk mitigation and everyone is getting in the game. But frankly, it’s just smart business.

 

So how does that play out, exactly?  

  • General contractors want to find subcontractors they can trust to get the work done on time and in budget.

And,

  • Subcontractors want more quality work by finding general contractors that are easy to work with and pay on time.

 

It seems straight forward, but reality isn’t quite as pretty. Everybody has their own horror story of getting burned in some form or another.

That’s where we come in.

We want to share with you an inside look at the dynamic relationships between GCs and subcontractors by leveraging data from GradeBeam®, a networking solution for the construction industry. If you’re a subcontractor interested in learning more about the GC evaluation process for their select group of subcontractors, then you’re in the right place.

So what can you look forward to in the coming weeks? We’re so glad you asked…

In this series, we will focus on how general contractors:

 

By the end of this series, we hope you understand how to increase your odds at being invited to bid by GCs, and beyond that, we hope you have a better understanding of what it takes to ensure they want to work with you again.

So stay tuned, good things are ahead.


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