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Contractors working in District Of Columbia - How they pay

Looking for contractors in District Of Columbia? On this page, learn more about contractors in District Of Columbia and how they pay their customers. This includes ratings and reviews of District Of Columbia contractors, their lien and payment warning history, and a contractors level of risk of slow payment relative to other contractors in District Of Columbia. Read about what other contractors and suppliers said about a specific contractor and their experience getting paid for the work they did. Before you start your next job, research contractors in District Of Columbia below so you know what to expect from that contractor, how they pay, the terms they ask for on projects, recent liens and claims sent to them, and if they have a history of not paying their contractors on time. You can compare different contractors in District Of Columbia to understand who are the slow payers and fast payers. Knowing what to expect before starting a new job will help you set your contract terms and know what documents you can expect to exchange, including preliminary notices and lien waivers. Planning for payment will help avoid potential payment disputes or non-payment during the project. Below, you can search for specific contractors you’re looking for or sort contractors by their payment rating, number of recent liens, the documents they exchange, or see lists of contractors working in specific cities in District Of Columbia.

Showing 20 contractors out of 52
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2 ratings

Contractor Overview

Brookfield Properties is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 328 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Brookfield Properties's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

Medium
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2 ratings

Contractor Overview

Cushman & Wakefield is typically a General Contractor who has worked on 1232 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Cushman & Wakefield's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

Medium
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2 ratings

Contractor Overview

Facebook is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 170 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Facebook's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

Medium
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1 rating

Contractor Overview

Best Buy is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 85 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Best Buy's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

Medium
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1 rating

Contractor Overview

Trammell Crow Company (TCC) is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 106 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Trammell Crow Company (TCC)'s recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

Medium
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4 ratings

Recent Review a month ago

What out for them trying to change payment terms after contract has been executed and work has been completed. They were past due paying invoice and now coming back to us and holding our payment hostage unless we sign a new Subcontractor Agreement, months after the job was completed and payment was due.

Medium
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6 ratings

Recent Review 9 months ago

Very large contractor, stiff insurance requirements...to be expected. Average pay cycle is net 30-45 from closing cycle around 20th of the month the work is performed...standard for AIA cycle projects. If you are a smaller contractor with tight cash flows you should pass on projects with Clark.....no less you probably won't qualify for their insurance reqs.

Slow
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5 ratings

Recent Review 4 months ago

Payment process is far too slow and tedious, there are many hoops to jump through for approved cost impacts to be paid. Superintendents are most of the time unknowledgeable of sub contractor work, this negligence or ignorance is seen at every level on the job site, to the foremen, to the PM and the back office.

Slow
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14 ratings

Recent Review 3 days ago

Balfour Beatty reported 3.8 billion in revenue in 2019. They just picked up the Texas Highway contract... the project we were on is one of the largest building projects in central Texas, yet they can not pay the final payments due to a number of contractors on this job... we are not talking 30-90 days, we are talking over a year and the building project is not only completed, but residents have been living there for several months... this is the definition of stonewalling general contractors. It[...] Learn more 

Medium
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12 ratings

Recent Review a month ago

As a supplier, we submit a pay application and invoice to Skanska by the 20th. According to Skanska, they submit for payment to the Owner by the 25th. If owner approves, Skanska then retypes the pay application (that we've already submitted) and e-mail back for signatures and notary (that was already done on the original pay application) Then it's another 45-60 days before we received payment. i.e 90-120 days from invoice.

Medium
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4 ratings

Recent Review 14 days ago

They frequently request lien releases for their properties, but we have no liens against any of their properties and therefore cannot give them any. I believe what they are requesting is a lien waiver, however, their staff is uneducated in what they are asking for and remain unhelpful. Bottom line - if services were rendered they owe and need to pay them in a timely fashion, which they never want to do.