A Wyoming Subcontractor Agreement is a legally-binding document establishing a relationship between a contractor and a subcontractor.
The contract outlines the details of a specific job (typically construction), how and when the contractor will pay the subcontractor for work, and information relevant to the task, including requirements for materials and insurance.
Usually, contractors hire subcontractors to complete a portion of a larger contract with a property owner or builder. Depending on the size and scope of the project, a contractor might not have all the resources he or she needs to complete the job.
Often, the contractor lacks a specialized skill like the ability to complete electrical or plumbing work. But, a general contractor could need additional workers beyond what he or she typically employs.
A subcontractor agreement allows a contractor to bring in the additional assistance, machinery, or knowledge required to complete a project.