ASA is the united voice dedicated to improving the business environment in the construction industry, representing subcontractors before all branches executive, legislative, judicial and levels federal, state, local of government, to organizations representing other parts of the construction industry, to the news media, and others. Access to leading technology companies, manufacturers, suppliers and other industry service providers. Education ASA of Minnesota offer subcontractor-tailored events and education including Members-only educational resources ranging from model contract language to risk management and marketing tools. We also offer in-person and distance-learning educational events open to members and nonmembers for a fee. An entire library of learning tools and services. MENU Toggle navigation.
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Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates (ASA Chicago)
Prime contractors are required to offer subcontracts to small businesses. Learn how to access these subcontracts, compete for them, and win. Subcontracting can be an easier process than winning government subcontracts once a relationship is built with a prime contractor. Our guide will show you where the opportunities are and how to successfully access those opportunities. Entire businesses have been built on subcontracts through the government, prime contractors, universities and private corporations. Find out what business growth opportunities are available for you in subcontracting. Index: Introduction Chapter 1: What is Subcontracting?
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The question of whether and when a contractor can obtain insurance coverage for damage caused by a subcontractor's faulty work has been fought out in a state-by-state basis in courts across the country. Adria Towers, L. July 9, USA Container Co. July 10, , moderated its past strong rejection of coverage for subcontractors' faulty work, certifying the question to the New Jersey Supreme Court while acknowledging that various jurisdictions have reached very different decisions on this question.