What does it look like to be a Kimbel Subcontractor?
At Kimbel, our subcontractors are treated as though they’re part of our family. You can expect to work in a like-minded and hard-working environment all over the United States. Each subcontractor must complete the pre-qualification form before any consideration of employment.
Skills We Look For:
Dependability & Reliability
Speed & Efficiency
Ability & Skill Set
Subcontractor duties can vary day-to-day and site-to-site. However, subcontractors will always be expected to install products to build systems based on supervisors and plans while meeting the scheduled goals and quality standards. Also, clear communication on progress or issues throughout installation is expected to be reported to field superintendents. Above all, maintaining safety standards on all sites is a primary duty of the Kimbel team.
License requirements are dependent upon state and local regulations, but the more trade licenses a subcontractor and its crew have, the more opportunities are available with Kimbel Mechanical Systems.