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HMBI is seeking contractors with professional experience who can provide quality field services to our clients. Contractors who are reliable, trustworthy and provide quality work are appreciated and rewarded. Together, property managers and field service contractors work closely as a team to provide extraordinary results to clients. Our business is growing and we are in need of more qualified independent contractors to expand our geographical areas.

New Vendor Registration
Please click here and pre-register to become a vendor with HMBI.  

Email Vendor Procurement at procurement@hmbiweb.com  or
fax: 817-462-9415  

HMBI invites Contractors to offer their services for the following trades:
Property Preservation Services:

Debris Removal Property Cleaning
Initial Lawn Cut Lock Change
Winterization/Snow Removal Property Securing
Pool Securing Defective Paint Removal
Periodic Lawn Maintenance Hazard Removal
Board-Ups Roof Repairs
Maid Service

Property Management/Maintenance Subcontractors minimum requirements

  • Must be experienced and knowledgeable in the applicable field of service
  • Must have references
  • Must have local or state licenses when required for specific services
  • Must have adequate equipment and personnel
  • Must carry the required liability insurance and state-required worker's compensation

The Davis Bacon and Related Acts (DBRA) requires all contractors and subcontractors performing work on HUD or District of Columbia construction contracts or federally assisted contracts, in excess of $2,000, to pay their laborers and mechanics not less than the prevailing wage rates and fringe benefits for corresponding classes of laborers and mechanics employed on similar projects in the area.

Therefore, all contractors who are issued work in excess of the above threshold, must ensure their laborers or mechanics are being paid the applicable rates for their services. See www.wdol.gov to determine prevailing wages for your state/county. Your payroll wages must be presented for each labor classification and must be submitted with your invoice to obtain payment for work completed. In addition, contractor is responsible for compliance by any subcontractor or lower subcontractor with all applicable clauses under FAR clause 52.222-11, Subcontracts (Labor Standards).

All other requests or concerns can be sent to:

  • Corporate Office
  • Toll-free (817) 299-9320

  • Charlotte Regional Office
  • Toll-free (817) 299-9320

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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