Contractor

An individual, partnership, company, corporation, association or other service, having a contract with an acquirer for the design, development, manufacture, maintenance, modification, or supply of items under the terms of a contract.

Contractor

An individual licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals contractor's license and some specialty contractor's licenses don't require of compliance with bonding, workmen's compensation and similar regulations. Some of the specialty contractor licenses involve extensive training, testing and/or insuran...
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Contractor

- A company licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals contractor's license and some specialty contractor's licenses don't require of compliance with bonding, workmen's compensation and similar regulations. Some of the specialty contractor licenses involve extensive training, testing and/or insurance ...
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contractor

(from the article `building construction`) ...it is normally separate from the design team, although some large organizations may combine both functions. The construction team is headed by a ... A phenomenon of recent years has been the turnkey or package contract, in which the contractor undertakes to finance, design, specify, construc...
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contractor

[n] - the bridge player in contract bridge who wins the bidding and can declare which suit is to be trumps 2. [n] - (law) a party to a contract 3. [n] - someone (a person or firm) who contracts to build things
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Contractor

• (n.) One who contracts; one of the parties to a bargain; one who covenants to do anything for another; specifically, one who contracts to perform work on a rather large scale, at a certain price or rate, as in building houses or making a railroad.
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contractor

noun the bridge player in contract bridge who wins the bidding and can declare which suit is to be trumps
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contractor

noun someone (a person or firm) who contracts to build things
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Contractor

Con┬Ětract'or noun [ Latin ] One who contracts; one of the parties to a bargain; one who covenants to do anything for another; specifically, one who contracts to perform work on a rather large scale, at a certain price or rate, as in building houses or making a railroad.
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Contractor

1) A person or entity that enters into a contract. 2) A person or entity that agrees to construct a building or to provide or install specialized portions of a construction project. The party responsible for the overall job is the general contractor, and those hired to construct or install certain parts (electrical, plumbing, roofing) are subcontra...
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Contractor

A company licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals contractor's license and some specialty contractor's licenses don't require of compliance with bonding, workmen's compensation and similar regulations. Some of the specialty contractor licenses involve extensive training, testing and/or insurance re...
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Contractor

A company licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals
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Contractor

A company or one of its employees not employed by an organisation but who is engaged under contract to work on the organisation`s behalf. See also Principal Contractor.
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Contractor

A contractor is a firm that does business with the federal government. A prime contractor receives $
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Contractor

A person or entity who, as part of an independent business, becomes obligated to provide goods and/or services for a price.
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Contractor

A person who is entitled to receive a payment from the Crown or a DHB under a notice issued by the Crown or a DHB under section 88 of the Act or under a contract with the Ministry of Health or a DHB for the supply of Pharmaceuticals.
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Contractor

An individual or company that provides services or materials to a trade show and/or its exhibitors. Also see Official Contractor, Exhibitor Appointed Contractor.
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Contractor

An individual, company, etc., who agrees to provide goods and/or services to another individual or company under the terms specified in the contract
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Contractor

Data supplier contracted by an industry body/organisation to supply TAM data as specified by the contract.
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Contractor

One who erects and installs fabricated dimensional stone.
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contractor

person or business which provides goods or services to another entity under terms specified in a contract. Unlike an employee, a contractor does not work regularly for a company. also called independent contractor....
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Contractor

Person or company who does work under a contract (as opposed to someone who does work as an employee).
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contractor

the person(s) who undertakes a job to construct a structure under a contract or agreement.
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