Subcontractors are critical to the success of any project. For all of our 82 years in business, we’ve seen these companies go above and beyond, demonstrating true craftsmanship and absolute professionalism.

We credit our own success to the strong relationships forged with our subcontractors and suppliers throughout the years.

A Trusted Partner


We take pride in our ability to assemble the best teams for our clients using highly-skilled and qualified subcontractors that share our commitment to quality and craftsmanship. We credit much of our own success to the strong relationships we have forged with our subcontractors and suppliers throughout the years.

Stop By Anytime


We have an open door policy Monday through Friday, and encourage all of our subcontractors to visit our office on a regular basis.

Feel free to stop by to meet our team and learn about the latest project opportunities on our electronic bid board.

Let's Work Together


Our goal is to engage qualified subcontractors and suppliers to work on projects that are successful for everyone involved. We are committed to being a good ally, and to helping ensure our subcontracting partners’ continued success — both on and off the job site. If you’re interested in doing business with Bartlett Cocke as a subcontractor or supplier, please click the button below and get started!

Start The Qualification Process

Before you get started, you will want to have the following documents in PDF form available to upload.  If you would like to review the questionnaire before starting the process, click here for a copy.

All vendors are required to provide the following:

  • W-9:  Signed copy of company’s Form W-9
  • Insurance:  Sample Certificate of Insurance evidencing current coverage limits
  • MWBE:  (If applicable) Letter from agency certifying your company as small, minority, or underutilized business

Vendors who plan to pursue contracts Over $250,000 submit everything above and the following:

  • EMR:  Letter from insurance company or agency indicating your EMR (Experience Modification Rate)
  • OSHA:  OSHA300A reports for each of the last three (3) EMR periods.
  • Experience:  List of current and recently completed work with General Contractor, Contract Amount, and Date of Contract Completion.

Vendors who plan to pursue contracts Over $750,000 submit everything above and the following:

  • Bonding:  Reference letter from bonding agency with aggregate and pre-project bonding capacity along with your surety (bonding) company’s legal name.
  • Financials:  Three (3) years of financial statements and corresponding notes prepared by a third party.  The most recent statement should represent a period ending within the last 6 months.

After you submit your bid and you are determined to be the best value by our Project Team, our subcontracting process involves first, establishing a Master Subcontract Agreement.  The Master Subcontract Agreement establishes general terms and conditions.  A Work Authorization Agreement establishes project-specific scope and terms.  Please review our Subcontracting forms:

Master Subcontract Agreement

Work Authorization Agreement

Although it is not required to submit your Qualification information before submitting a bid, we do require qualification information to be complete and up to date before entering into a Work Authorization Agreement for a project.

Please use the Contact buttons below to obtain documents for the Projects listed.  Please submit your bids on any of the projects with current bid openings.  Let’s build and grow together.

For questions regarding Subcontractor Qualification information, please contact us at subqual@bartlettcocke.com