Subcontractors

At New South Construction we pride ourselves on our relationships and reputation with the subcontractor community. We understand that our clients’ success and our success are directly linked to the successfulness of our subcontractors. Therefore, we make every effort to treat our subcontractors fairly and foster mutually-beneficial relationships between us.

In order to build and maintain a network of the best subcontractors in the industry, we have established a registration and prequalification process to connect your company with New South Construction.

Step 1 – Subcontractor Registration – Filling out the registration allows our team to learn about your company and what types of projects best fit for potential bidding opportunities.

Subcontractor Registration Form

Step 2 – Subcontractor Prequalification – After the registration, the prequalification is the next step in order become part of the New South Construction family.  The prequalification is highly recommended for subcontractors who plan on bidding work with New South Construction and is a requirement prior to being awarded a project.

Subcontractor Prequalification Form

Step 3 – Financial Review – In order for us to complete our prequalification of your firm, please provide a balance sheet and income statement for the most recent 12-month period. If available, audited financials are preferred. Please send your financials to prequalification@newsouthconstruction.com.

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