Subcontractor Relationships are Very Important

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The success or failure of a construction project usually comes down to people.  The relationship between a general contractor and subcontractors is incredibly important.  When they work well together, the result is often a successful project.  This takes a high degree of trust and respect, teamwork, and communication. 

Needless to say, our subcontractor relationships are very important to us.  As much as we love getting compliments from our clients, it is always great to get such nice compliments from our subcontractors as well.  We recently got a nice letter from one of our subcontractors who worked with us on the Olneyville Housing project we thought was important to share.

"I wanted to let you know that this project was one of the better working experiences I've had. From the team in the office to the supervision in the field, the job was run the right way. It was an added bonus how prompt the payments were made, which made managing the job on my end so much easier.

I was pleasantly surprised to see that retainage was paid with this last check, didn't expect to see that till the end of the year.

Thanks for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this project"

Thank you to all of our subcontractors that help us in making our projects successful!