Local general contractors and subcontractors often work alongside AHIP’s construction crews on rehab and repair projects. Our network includes dozens of superb, highly skilled professionals, and we are always seeking more.
Process for becoming a qualified contractor
AHIP’s nonprofit status allows us to seek public and private grant funding on our projects. Our subcontractors must meet specific requirements in order to be part of our bidding process, which includes providing AHIP the following:
- signed Statement of Acknowledgement document that affirms that general contractors and subcontractors have read, understand, and agreed to the terms of the General Requirements document
Download the STATEMENT OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (also the last page of the General Requirements) here and the GENERAL REQUIREMENTS here.
- completed and signed Contractor Qualification Statement
Download the CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATION STATEMENT here.
- completed and signed valid W-9
- updated Certificate of Insurance (COI) showing both general liability and Workers’ Compensation coverage
AHIP must be shown on the COI as an additional insured. The contractor’s insurance provider can assist with these requirements.
- a copy of any certifications or licenses held by the contractor
All forms and copies can be scanned and emailed, mailed, or faxed to the AHIP office to Karen Chambers’ attention. Please contact the office at 434.817.2447 x21 with questions related to becoming a qualified contractor.
AHIP thanks the following general contractors and subcontractors who supported us last fiscal year with reduced rates and/or in-kind service and materials donations.
Better Living, Inc.