Definition of subcontractor
: an individual or business firm contracting to perform part or all of another's contract
Recent Examples of subcontractor from the Web
Elwell was employed by Raymond Handling Concepts Corporation, which is a subcontractor for Intel, Hillsboro police said in a news release.
Long term, the corporate moves threaten an orbit of smaller enterprises that fed on their proximity to the big companies, from restaurants and janitorial operations to subcontractors who located nearby.
The man was struck by a pipe that fell off a jack during cleaning by subcontractor All Tools LLC of Fond du Lac, the release said.
Most of these companies are prime- or subcontractors on the SLS rocket and Orion.
And in April, Walsh asked for a two-week extension to continue to get bids from subcontractors and to ensure their proposal will include two jail options at Gratiot, differing in bed capacity.
The largest portion of membership are suppliers, subcontractors and service providers.
So too does Kuntz's employer at Creative Works, who commented on one of the Facebook posts asking that Kuntz receive recognition and said that Feeney and the Colts were to decide whether to mention the subcontractors involved.
Feeney and Kuntz, a subcontractor on the project, agree.
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Legal Definition of subcontractor
: one (as an individual or business) that contracts to perform part or all of the obligations of another's contract
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