Tender with other businesses
- head contractor and subcontractor arrangements
- supply agreements
- joint ventures (incorporated or unincorporated).
Before you bid for work
- Your business relationship.
- Consider how well you know the other party and their business and whether you are confident that you will work effectively together on the project.
- There must be open and honest communication between businesses.
- You should all commit to completing the project to a high standard.
- Project goals and objectives.
- Each of the parties must understand the objective and goals of the arrangement and the conditions of their participation. This will help avoid possible disputes and conflicts of interest.
- Using the right skills and resources.
- Consider if the participants have the right skills, resources, accreditation, certification and insurance requirements for the project.
- Professional financial, taxation and legal advice.
- Each business should get their own independent advice to make sure the union is right for their organisation.
How to tender as a joint venture
Find out more about the process for tendering as a joint venture.
Last updated: 02 March 2020
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