Takeoff is vital for creating accurate estimates and bids — after all, it’s the step where you measure, count, and list quantities of materials based
- LOCATION – Be sure that the subcontractor is able to get to the specified work site when he or she is needed. The lack of navigational planning could cause complications in the project.
- QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS – Confirm that the subcontractor has met the requirements of and has a solid background in working on your particular project.
- EXPERTISE – You will definitely want to find out if the subcontractor has the skills he or she needs in order to successfully complete the project. This could save you a lot of time and money in the future.
- GOOD SAFETY RECORD – Keeping the work site safe and preventing injuries are vital to successfully completing a project. Before you hire a subcontractor, be sure to check his or her safety record.