A contractor works with the composer for a film or television project to hire the musicians who will play on the recording sessions. The contractor also interfaces with the A. F. of M. when appropriate to ensure that the proper paperwork and forms are completed and filed for union recording sessions. A good contractor also knows how to hire skilled, professional musicians, how to work with the musicians to ensure that the composer's needs are met, and knows how to hire musicians who work well together. The contractor is usually hired or designated by the composer. In England, a contractor is known as a "fixer."
A company that contracts to perform work, build structures or provide supplies. A general contractor has responsibility for an entire project. A subcontractor is hired by the contractor to perform a specific portion of a project or supply materials.
In this glossary, the contractor is the builder that has entered into an agreement with the owner to build a project. Since the contractor may bring in subcontractors to construct portions of the project, he/she may also be referred to as "the general contractor" or "the general".
The contractor is normally responsible for the Preliminary Design, Detailed Design and Development, Construction and/or Production activities finishing with acceptance by the acquirer at a Formal Qualification Review.
The person, firm or corporation with whom the owner has executed the agreement.
The individual, partnership, firm, corporation, or joint venture, contracting with King County to do prescribed work as defined in the construction contract.
The person who as party to the Contract is bound to execute the work under the Contract in accordance with the Contract and includes that person's heirs, executors, administrators and permitted assigns and in the case of a corporate body its successors and permitted assigns
One who undertakes responsibility for the performance of construction work, including the provision of labor and materials, in accordance with plans and specifications and under a contract specifying cost and schedule for completion of the work; the person or organization responsible for performing the work and identified as such in the owner-contractor agreement.
Any person or organisation who contracts to carry out work for a forest owner.
A person or firm undertaking a contract, e.g. to provide materials or conduct construction or maintenance operations.
A "G.C."(General Contractor) Builder, Remodeler, building or contracting firm.
The person who constructs the railway (or in some cases, sub-contracts the construction to others).
The public or private organisation, consortium or individual with whom the contracting authority enters into a contract. The firm, individual or consortium to which a contract is awarded.
an independent firm that owns its own machinery and employs its own operators and manufactures products full or part time for other firms
A contractor is a person who provides the delivery of tasks. The contractor might be responsible for building the ETL process or for overseeing the DBA functions. Contractors are hired when the company has a shortage of skilled workers. The company tells them what needs to be done, and the contractors perform the work.
someone (a person or firm) who contracts to build things
a group of persons or an entity/firm who/which would undertake construction of building works of a developer for an agreed payment or reward and under conditions of the particular contract agreement between them
a person or company that contracts to perform work for a certain price
a person who manages the daily activities of a construction business, including field supervision
a professional and, just as you would with any other professional you hire, you should proceed carefully before you hire one
a professional construction expert
In the construction business, a contractor is one who contracts to erect buildings or portions of them.. There can be a separate contractor for each phase of the construction; heating, electrical, plumbing, etc.
A trained professional who agrees to furnish materials or perform services at a specified price. *Only hire contractors who carry contractorsâ€™ licenses.
means any person, firm or corporation or anyone engaged in placing erecting or repairing any memorial, or performing any work in the Cemetery's grounds, other than an employee of the Cemetery.
A person or company who contracts to perform work on a rather large scale, at a certain price or rate, as in building houses or home improvements.
The contractor is the organisation traditionally responsible for the construction of the development. However in many construction contracts the contractor will also have substantial design responsibilities and will often employ designers to fulfil this role. Co-ordination and continuity between the employers and the contractor's designers is therefore essential.
Licensed construction company, electrical, plumbing, roofing.
a person or company who performs construction services
Any individual or organization doing business with the County whether for services, construction or for the sale of goods or services pursuant to a contract.
The individual, firm, or corporation, its successors and assigns, that enters into a contract with the Project Owner.
A company, partnership, or unincorporated proprietorship hired by XXXXXXXXX to perform a specified task or job or any companies, partner, or person working on or around XXXXXXXXX equipment. May be one person or many and include all contractors and sub-contractors of XXXXXXXXX.
Term often used by information-technology and computer-programming IPs, but also by others. Emphasizes project-based nature of work, and that IPs are free to negotiate the conditions under which they work.
An entity in private industry which enters into contracts with the Government. In this guide, the word also applies to Government-owned, Government-operated activities which perform work on major defense programs.
An individual licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals contractor's license and some specialty contractor's licenses don't require of compliance with bonding, workmen's compensation and similar regulations. Some of the specialty contractor licenses involve extensive training, testing and/or insurance requirements. There are various types of contractors: General Contractor - responsible for the execution, supervision and overall coordination of a project and may also perform some of the individual construction tasks. Most general contractors are not licensed to perform all specialty trades and must hire specialty contractors for such tasks, e.g. electrical, plumbing. Remodeling Contractor - a general contractor who specializes in remodeling work. Specialty Contractor - licensed to perform a specialty task e.g. electrical, side sewer, asbestos abatement. Sub Contractor - a general or specialty contractor who works for another general contractor.
An individual that agrees to furnish materials or perform services at a specified price, especially for construction work.
An organisation, entity or individual responsible for the performance of the work specified under a contract.
A person or entity who undertakes the responsibility for the performance of the construction work, including the provision of labor and materials, in accordance with Contract Documents and the Contract.
a person, company, or firm who holds a contract for carrying out the works and/or the supply of goods or services in connection with the project
A company licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals contractor's license and some specialty contractor's licenses don't require of compliance with bonding, workmen's compensation and similar regulations. Some of the specialty contractor licenses involve extensive training, testing and/or insurance requirements. Control joint- Tooled, straight grooves made on concrete floors to "control" where the concrete should crack
A person who contracts to do work for another. A contractor contracts directly with the principal. A subcontractor contracts with contractors. (Source: Policy 06-01)
Employee of "Staffing Company" who provides services to a "Client Company" under the day-to-day supervision of the client.
In the construction industry, a contractor is one who contracts to erect buildings or portions of them. There are also contractors for each phase of construction: heating, electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, etc.
A firm or person who has entered into a contract to supply goods and/or services.
someone who contracts to provide supplies or perform work at a certain price or rate.
The person who signs the contract and undertakes the specified works.
Any business, public body, or person doing work on a lead-based paint hazard control project.
The individual, partnership, firm, corporation, or any acceptable combination thereof, contracting with the NJDOT for performance of prescribed work.
One who constructs or oversees constuction of a house or a large renovation.
An independent individual or company licensed to perform certain types of construction.
One that agrees or contracts to furnish or supply specific materials or perform services at a specified price, especially for construction work or development of a property.
A person or company who agrees to furnish materials and labor to do work for a specified fee.
Name given to a person who does work under contract.
A company or individual licensed to perform certain types of construction activities: A General Contractor acts as a project manager. He is both supervisor and coordinator, and responsible for the project's completion. A General Contractor may perform some of the construction himself, or may have a specialty contractor work with him to complete the project. A Specialty Contractor is licensed to perform a specific task, such as electrical work or asbestos abatement. A Subcontractor is a general or specialty contractor that works for another general contractor
A person engaged by any person (other than as an employee) to do work for gain or reward.Contractors are often referred to as independent contractors.
A person who contracts to erect buildings. There are also contractors for each phase of construction: heating, electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, road building and others.
one who contracts to perform work or furnish materiels in accordance with a contract.
A temporary worker (someone who's not on a payroll) who is used in fieldssuch as construction, administration, and business management.
The individual who contracts for the construction of a home or project.
An individual responsible for having all the work described in the contract carried out. The contractor is responsible for having the appropriate insurances, for paying the suppliers and workers, and for supervising the quality of all work performed.
The individual, firm, or corporation contracting with the Department for performance of prescribed Work, acting directly or through a duly authorized representative and qualified under the provisions of ORC 5525.02 to 5525.09 inclusive, and any amendments thereto.
An organisation or individual contracted to provide a specified service to an Agency. A contractor will usually work under the supervision of an Agency Manager to provide services that are not readily available in the Tasmanian State Service.
The individual, firm, partnership, joint venture, or corporation contracting with IDOT for performance of prescribed work.
Non-DSM company that carries out work at a DSM site on a contract basis under its own authority and supervision.
A company that goes under contract with you to perform specifically-outlined construction work according to contractual documents.
any non-Newmont employee or group working for an operation and who are regularly exposed to mine hazards
sometimes called the general contractor or the builder, this person or company is responsible for the construction of a home, as well as negotiating with and overseeing the work of subcontractors.
A person or company licensed to perform certain types of construction activities that undertakes a legal obligation to perform specified construction work. Types of contractors include: General contractor - responsible for the execution, supervision and overall coordination of a project and may also perform some of the individual construction tasks. Most general contractors are not licensed to perform all specialty trades and must hire specialty contractors for such tasks, e.g. electrical, plumbing. Remodeling contractor - a general contractor who specializes in remodeling work. Specialty contractor - licensed to perform a specialty task e.g. electrical, side sewer, asbestos abatement. Sub contractor - a general or specialty contractor who works for another general contractor.
A tradesman who works in the construction industry under a contract with the owner of the property. See also " sub-contractor ".
an individual or firm used in performing work on construction projects.
person who oversees a construction project and handles aspects such as scheduling workers and ordering supplies.
A person or company who agrees to furnish materials and/or labor to do work for an agreed-upon price.