The principal, also known as the ntractor responsible for a project’s construction as shown in the attached video.
When a legally binding agreement is signed the general contractor is required to take charge of all aspects of the construction. They can accept certain potential risks. Contractors are exposed to various risks. Certain are under their reach, while other are beyond their control. Contractors understand that they are ultimately liable for anything that is not in order on the work location.
General contractors supervise, pay and oversee a large number of subcontractors. They also need to have contact of experts who are able to handle specific tasks. Contractors also know where high-quality material is available in a short time.
Contractors are exposed to a variety of risks that could result in material problems in the construction, weather-related issues, inadequate craftsmanship, unexpected incidents or injuries, among others that can cause interruptions and delays to the project.
A license and bond to be a general contractor. Good contractors will build positive relations with subcontractors and suppliers that will result in a strong reputation.