Sub-Contractor | FAQs
How do I get on the approved subcontractors bid list?
Send in a completed pre-qualification form as well as any company literature. You will find our pre-qualification form in the forms section. If you have questions when filling it out you can contact Jimmy Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org. Check back frequently to see about upcoming projects for bid.
Who do I contact regarding upcoming projects for bid?
Our estimating department will know what is bidding and future projects to bid. Contact Jimmy Campbell email@example.com We also recommend periodically checking into our plan-room for miscellaneous project that wouldn’t be published.
How do I access plans to bid on projects?
There are multiple places a contractor can go to obtain plans and specifications for our bidding projects.
- Our in-house plan room.
- Request a CD
- View them on I sq. ft.
Jimmy Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org with any interest or further questions.
Who do I contact during bidding regarding Requests for Information?
Please review your plans thoroughly first! Nevertheless, plans are up for interpretation and there are a lot of times they have contradicting or lack of information. At that point, please fax us or send an email to Jimmy Campbell email@example.com with your questions and follow up with estimating to verify we’ve received it.
Your questions will be reviewed with you and either answered then or we’ll forward them to the architect for further clarification. Check back with us in a few days to see if we’ve gotten any feedback.
Check in during the bid process to check for any addendums or clarifications. These will need to be listed on your proposal as included in your pricing.
Where do I send my proposal?
Proposals are to be faxed or emailed on bid day. We recommend following up to be sure we received your pricing. Be available on bid day for any questions and last minute changes to bid scope. It is recommended to line item your proposal to clarify your inclusions. This will make it easier for estimating to qualify your pricing.
How do I find out where my pricing placed?
Bid results usually take a couple of weeks for us to get from the owner of the project. Estimating does not release bid results for projects we are awarded. Bid results are given by the project manager assigned to the project. Results for projects of which we are not awarded are given by an available associate of estimating.
What are Campbell Development’s insurance requirements?
In the forms section there is a link to our insurance requirements….. If there are any further questions regarding insurance please contact Bobbie Grimes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do the contract documents consist of?
In the forms section there is a link to our sample contract. Each project contract is job specific depending on the owner requirements. If you have questions when filling out your contract contact Bobbie Grimes at email@example.com.
What does the AIA billing look like?
In the forms section there is a link to an AIA billing form. It is required that each month we receive your billing by the 25th unless stated in your contract documents. If you have questions about billing contact Bobbie Grimes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How long does it take for payment and who do I contact?
Payment on contractor billing is made per the Arizona Prompt Payment Law. Within 7 days of being paid by the owner we pay our subcontractors. All necessary paperwork must be submitted in order to receive payment, i.e., waivers from your suppliers, insurance certificates, contract, etc. If there are questions regarding when the owner will make payment contact Bobbie Grimes at email@example.com.
What does a waiver look like?
In the forms section are sample waivers that you’ll get used to seeing. If there are questions regarding which waivers are needed contact Bobbie Grimes at firstname.lastname@example.org.