Builder in Rolesville North Carolina 27571

SUBCONTRACTORS

Hiring Insured, Professional Subcontractors in Nov. 2023

We hire the best! Our subcontractors and tradespeople are drug-free, insured, qualified, able to follow instructions, read plans and drawings, and commit to working every day, including making up days missed.

Hiring Subcontractors, Paid Weekly, Long Term Work, Hiring metal building erectors, and repair crews, Simple Saver and Opti-liner insulation system installers.

Please accept our sincere thanks for your interest in partnering with Inco Steel Buildings Inc. We look forward to a long and prosperous partnership. Please find a checklist of the paperwork and information we require upfront before our meeting. In order to submit the form, you must upload a W-9: 

  • W-9
  • Insurance Certificates
  • Business Name and Complete Address
  • Business Services Description
  • Business Owners’ Name, Phone, Email and Mailing Address
  • Crew Size
  • Years in Business

ARTICLE 1.0 RESPONSIBILITIES

Trade Contractors, their Subcontractors, and their Independent Contractors

ARTICLE 1.0 RESPONSIBILITIES

Trade contractors, contractors they subcontract to, and independent contractors they work with – ALL PERSONS THAT TRADE CONTRACTORS PAY (OR) PERSONS THAT ASSIST TRADE CONTRCATORS FOR FREE on any jobsite owned by Inco Steel Buildings, Inc.

Revised January 5, 2017

The Trade Contractor, Prior to commencing the Work on any jobsite owned by Inco Steel Buildings, Inc., shall ……………………procure and maintain at its own expense, until completion and final acceptance of the Project and including such period of warranty or guarantee of one-year minimum (with or without written contract) stipulated in this Agreement or the Contract between Inco Steel Buildings, Inc., insurance coverages with minimum limits as set forth below or as provided in the Contract between Inco Steel Buildings, Inc., whichever is greater.

In accordance with Subcontractor Main Agreement, the Trade Contractor is responsible for requiring its subcontractors and independent contractors to carry the identical insurance coverage as the Trade Contractor. This includes naming Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. as Additional Insured and Certificate Holder, and Listing the Job Number on the Insurance Certificate.

The Trade Contractor, when requested by Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. for proof of insurance coverage, is solely responsible for both obtaining and providing all insurances certificates to Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. within a five-day period of the request.

ARTICLE 1.1. INSURANCE COVERAGE

ARTICLE 1.1 INSURANCE COVERAGE

Revised January 5, 2017

The Trade Contractor, their subcontractors, and their independent contractors must all have the same insurance coverage, and separate policies in force BEFORE visiting, or working at a jobsite for Inco Steel Buildings Inc.

ARTICLE 1.2. INSURANCE CERTIFICATES

ARTICLE 1.1 INSURANCE CERTIFICATES

Revised January 5, 2017

The Trade Contractor, their subcontractors, and their independent contractors MUST provide insurance certificates BEFORE visiting on any Inco Steel Buildings Inc. jobsite location

ARTICLE 1.3. ADDITIONAL INSURED NAMED

ARTICLE 1.2 ADDITIONAL INSURED CERTIFICATE HOLDER

Revised January 5, 2017

Certificates evidencing such insurance shall: (a) name Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. as additional insureds; (b) reference the project name and number; (c) provide thirty (30) days prior written notice to Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. of non-renewal, material change or cancellation; (d) be primary and non-contributory; and, (e) waive rights of subrogation of the insurers thereon against Inco Steel Buildings, Inc., its client and their respective assigns, subsidiaries, affiliates, employees, agents, representatives, insurers and underwriters. Trade Contractor agrees to be solely responsible for all deductibles and self-insured retentions, including claim handling and legal expenses.

ARTICLE 1.4. REQUIRED COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COVERAGE.

Commercial General Liability. Excess Liability. Automobile Liability. Workers’ Compensation Insurance

ARTICLE 1.4 REQUIRED INSURANCES

Revised January 5, 2017

The Trade Contractor, his Subcontractors, and his Independent Contractors MUST maintain in-force Commercial Insurance coverage at all times to include: General Liability, Excess Liability, Automobile Liability, and Workers’ Compensation Insurance

There shall be at least two insurance companies providing the insurances as listed herein, each with an A.M. Best rating of at least A-, a FSC VIII rating or better, authorized by the State of North Carolina and registered with the North Carolina Secretary of State for the purpose of conducting business in the state.

Commercial General Liability Insurance shall: (a) cover liability arising from premises, operations, independent contractors, products and completed operations and personal and advertising injury; and, (b) be written on an occurrence basis, per project, per location.

Excess Liability Insurance shall be written on an occurrence basis.

Automobile Liability Insurance shall include coverage for liability arising from owned, leased, hired and non-owned vehicles.

Workers’ Compensation Insurance shall be maintained in accordance with applicable statutes. The minimum limits listed below are for reference purposes only:

ARTICLE 1.5. FEES FOR LASPSE AND/OR NON COVERAGE

ARTICLE 1.5 FEES FOR LASPSE AND/OR NON COVERAGE

Revised January 5, 2017

The Trade Contractor is hereby informed of the financial charges for non-insurance coverage listed and fully agrees to compensate Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. immediately upon invoice presentation.

The Trade Contractor is hereby informed of the rates outlined herein are payable immediately plus administrative fees separate from the insurance rates.

The Trade Contractor is hereby informed: If, during the work process, including the one-year warranty period, the Trade Contractor’s and/or its Independent Contractors insurance policies are terminated, (A) by their underwriter, or (B) by the local carrier, or (C) by the Trade Contractor, or (E) by the Independent Contractors themselves, [the Trade Contractor] will be in default and hereby agrees to compensate Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. immediately upon invoice presentation for all insurance coverage provided by Inco Steel Buildings, Inc. at the rates listed herein, as well as a separate administrative fee(s) payable directly to Inco Steel Buildings, Inc.

ARTICLE 1.6. INSURANCE TYPES AND LIMITS

ARTICLE 1.6 INSURANCE TYPES AND LIMITS

Revised January 5, 2017

GENERAL LIABILITY

BODILY INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • $1,000,000.00 each occurrence
  • $2,000,000.00 products and completed operations
  • $2,000,000.00 general aggregate per project
  • $1,000,000.00 personal & advertising injury aggregate

 

AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY

BODILY INJURY

  • $1,000,000.00 per person
  • $1,000,000.00 per accident
  • Property Damage $1,000,000.00 per accident

EXCESS LIABILITY

  • 5,000,000.00 per occurrence
  • 5,000,000.00 aggregate

WORKERS COMPENSATION EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY

STATUTORY

  • $1,000,000.00 each accident
  • $1,000,000.00 each disease each employee
  • $1,000,000.00 disease policy limit

NOTICE

No prior notice is required for changes to this Subcontractor Minimum Insurance Requirements policy to take effect.

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