OUR SUBS ARE AWESOME – HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO JOIN THE CLUB
Who We Love to Work With
Athena Engineering does a lot of different types of projects, and we need a lot of different types of trade partners and suppliers to work with us. So, what types of contractors do we work with the most and really need more of? We’re glad you asked!
The types of subcontractors we are always in need of, include:
- Electrical (Low Voltage & Regular)
- Concrete Demolition & Installation
- Drywall & Framing (Metal-Stud & Wood)
- Abatement & Hazardous Material Demolition
- Mechanical Insulation
- Mechanical Piping
- Mechanical Firestopping
This only lists a few, so if you like what we’re about and want to work with us, send us a prequalification! Some of our requirements and FAQ are listed below to help smooth out the process as well, so take a look.
If you have questions after reading through everything, never hesitate to email us at email@example.com
We prequalify our subcontractors because we want to protect our clients and all of the trade partners already doing work with us. We’re all about working with new and different contractors, but we just need some information to make sure you’re able to complete projects safely, are financially secure, and have the same safety values that we do. Following prequalification and approval, you will be placed on our bid list. If awarded a project, you will begin the Master Contract process.
As a minority and woman-owned company, we love working with other diverse businesses. The certifications that we accept come from the following third-party certifiers:
If you intend to bid on projects in which your scope value is over $75,000, we require you to be BONDABLE. This means that you can provide a bond to us upon request. If you’re shortlisted for a project with an awarded subcontract value of over $75,000 you will be required to send us a letter of bondability showing proof of bondability and limits. The letter should name the company providing bonds, your aggregate/single project limits, a brief statement of your bond history, and the amount of capacity you have currently available. If you’ve bid public works projects before, you’ve probably requested this type of letter hundreds of times.
During the prequalification process we only require a certificate of insurance showing PROOF of insurance. Once a project is awarded to your company, we require project-specific certificates of insurance with additional insured, endorsements, and waiver of subrogation. To view a sample certificate of insurance with our minimum requirements, download it here. Some projects have larger limits and different insurance requirements, but we will always let you know about those when you’re in the bidding phase.
Once you’re prequalified, you will begin to receive invitations to bid from our bid management program, Pipeline Suite. All plans, specifications, addenda, and notifications will be sent through there. Obviously, you can also always email the estimating department at firstname.lastname@example.org or email the assigned estimator directly with any questions throughout the bidding process. Following acceptance of your bid, we will begin the Master Contract process.
Forms to have ready for the Prequalification
Check out our trade partner requirement checklist. This is a quick run-down of what we need in order to get you up and running with our contracts department!
Complete our Prequalification Form
Click the link to complete our Subcontractor Prequalification Form. We are a big fan of digital, so you can submit everything, including your attachments through our secure form.
SUBCONTRACTOR & PARTNER HIGHLIGHT
We could never do our projects without the talented subcontractors, engineers, and suppliers we work with every day.
We thought it’d be cool to highlight some of them, so check out some of the best contractors out there.
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Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Engineers
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