Head contractor

Head contractor

Main contractor engaged to be responsible for the majority of work on a building site, including subcontract work, materials, and labor supplies.
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Even prior to the mock-up stage, Turner Construction, head contractor on the project, used virtual design to help hospital leaders make key design decisions, such as choosing between a double-loaded corridor versus race-track design for the patient units.
(typically by a subcontractor against its head contractor, or head contractor against its principal).
Jonathan Pohl, the head contractor, denied anyone ever slept in the house.
"Because of the importance of this project a lot of these discussions go right into my office," Chu reported, adding that he has had multiple discussions with the chief executive officer of the head contractor, Riley Bechtel.
Luke, the head contractor, is strict with his two illegal Mexican employees, constantly berating them and allowing them to take their lunch break only when he's on-site.
“Months of close coordination and planning with stakeholders and the head contractor, Leighton, was required.
EFIC, the Australian government's export credit agency, said the company's customer in Qatar, the head contractor for the new airport project, required that JML arrange a performance bond for approximately AUD1 million, issued by a bank with a local presence.
A Health and Safety Executive investigation is still ongoing to determine whether head contractor Watkin Jones Ltd - which was in charge of the site - should face prosecution.
the possibility of a subcontractor "joining" a principal in a claim brought by the subcontractor against the head contractor; and
[In Lumbers, the High Court held that a subcontractor could not obtain remuneration from the defendant (on whose land the subcontractor had performed building work) for services rendered pursuant to an arrangement between the subcontractor and head contractor. The Court adopted a retrograde approach to claims for a quantum meruit by focusing solely on whether there was a request by the defendant for the services.
'That's up to Benfica to provide,' a spokesman for head contractor Somague said when asked for a reason for the halt at Benfica's Stadium of Light, which is scheduled to seat 65,000 and host the Euro 2004 final.
The teaming agreement consists of two cooperative efforts, one for digital fusion, in which Raytheon is head contractor, and one for optical fusion, in which FIT is the lead.