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Subcontractor
Address
City, State Zip

Re: Project Name, Project Number
Please find attached two (2) copies of Exhibit “B” - The Work Authorization Agreement for the above referenced
project. Please sign both copies and initial each page, return both copies to our office. We will return one copy
for your files. To help expedite the contract process, we ask that you contact the Project Manager prior to
making any revisions or changes to the Work Authorization agreement.

Enclosed you will also find the following:

1. Project Information Sheet.
2. Exhibit A – W-9 Request for Taxpayer number and certification. (Fill out and return)
3. Exhibit B – Complete list of all of your Suppliers and/or Subcontractors. (Fill out and return)
4. Exhibit C – Safety Hazard Communication. (Fill out and return)
5. Exhibit D – Competent Person Form. (Fill out and return)
6. Payment Request Information & Guidelines.

Please return all required forms, as listed above, within 3 days.

In addition, please submit the required insurance certificates with the Owner, Lender and Layton
Construction Company of Arizona listed as additional insured’s; and a copy of your current
contractor’s license. Please be advised, that all said forms and insurance certificates need to be returned prior to
starting any work.

Please proceed promptly with all necessary submittals, including shop drawings, product data, samples, etc., as
required by project specifications.

If you have any questions, please contact us immediately. We look forward to working with you on this project and
appreciate your service and cooperation.

Sincerely,

LAYTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OF ARIZONA

Name
Project Assistant

Enclosures
DATE

Subcontractor
Address
City, State Zip

Re: Project Name, Project Number
Please find attached two (2) copies of the Master Subcontract Agreement, two (2) copies of Attachment “B” – General
Terms and Conditions, and two (2) copies of Attachment “A” - Work Authorization Notice for the above referenced
project. Please sign and initial each page of all three parts to the subcontract and return both copies of each to
our office. We will return one copy of each agreement for your files. To help expedite the contract process, we ask
that you contact the Project Manager prior to making any revisions or changes to any part of the Master
Subcontract Agreement.

Enclosed you will also find the following:

1. Project Information Sheet.
2. Exhibit A – W-9 Request for Taxpayer number and certification. (Fill out and return)
3. Exhibit B – Complete list of all of your Suppliers and/or Subcontractors. (Fill out and return)
4. Exhibit C – Safety Hazard Communication. (Fill out and return)
5. Exhibit D – Competent Person Form. (Fill out and return)
6. Payment Request Information & Guidelines.

Please return all required forms, as listed above, within 3 days.

In addition, please submit the required insurance certificates with the Owner, Lender and Layton
Construction Company of Arizona listed as additional insured’s; and a copy of your current
contractor’s license. Please be advised, that all said forms and insurance certificates need to be returned prior to
starting any work.

Please proceed promptly with all necessary submittals, including shop drawings, product data, samples, etc.. as
required by project specifications.

If you have any questions, please contact us immediately. We look forward to working with you on this project and
appreciate your service and cooperation.

Sincerely,

LAYTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OF ARIZONA

Name
Project Assistant

Enclosures
PROJECT INFORMATION
Project Name, Project Number

Location: Street Address Job site Phone
City, State Zip Job site Fax
Major Cross Roads (optional)

Owner: Company Name Phone
Street Address Fax
City, State Zip
Contact: Owner Contact

Architect: Company Name Phone
Street Address Fax
City, State Zip

Lender: Company Name Phone
*if applicable Street Address Fax
City, State Zip

Bond: Payment & Performance Bond # ______ Phone: 651-310-7911
*if applicable St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.
385 Washington Street
St. Paul, MN 55102

General Contractor: Layton Construction Company of Arizona Phone: 602-840-8655
4686 East VanBuren, Suite 100 Fax: 602-840-8646
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
Project Manager: Mobile
Superintendent: Mobile
Project Engineer: Job Site Phone
Project Assistant: 602-840-8655
EXHIBIT B

SUBCONTRACTOR / SUPPLIER LIST
Re: Project Name, Project Number

Please indicate whether you will be using any second tier subcontractors on the project. Also, list
any suppliers or vendors you will be purchasing materials from.

COMPANY NAME: ______________________________________________________

**Required from any 2nd tier sub (before they start the job) are the same insurance limits with
additional insureds, endorsement page and Waivers of Subrogation. Also required is a copy of
their contractor’s license (unless their contract with you is below $750.00.)

2nd Tier Subcontractors Phone No Contract Contact
Amt

Suppliers Phone No Contract Contact
Amt

I hereby certify that to the best of my knowledge, the above information is true and complete.

_________
SIGNATURE DATE

We will not be using any subcontractor or suppliers on this project.

_________
SIGNATURE DATE

FOR LCCA USE ONLY

2nd Tier Subcontractors

APPROVED Yes No

___________________________________
Signature
________________________________
Date

EXHIBIT C
HAZARD COMMUNICATION

Re: Project Name, Project Number

To Whom It May Concern:

To ensure a safe jobsite, LAYTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OF ARIZONA requires
that each subcontractor submit a list of the following:

1. A list of any hazardous or caustic materials that will be used on the jobsite.

2. The applicable Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for each.

No payments will be issued until this information is received in our office. We will
forward the information to the appropriate jobsite employee.

Signature Project

Company Date

*If you will not be using any hazardous materials on the jobsite, please sign below:

We will not be using any hazardous or caustic materials on the jobsite.

Signature Project

Company Date
EXHIBIT D

DESIGNATED COMPETENT PERSON ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM

Re: Project Name, Project Number
Definition

A competent person is a person who has the ability and has been trained to recognize hazards and has the authority to
correct them.

Responsibility

The designated competent person is responsible for recognizing and correcting safety hazards. This person has the
authority to stop work in the event of any potential safety concern on the job site. This representative is considered the
contact person for Layton Companies Management on Safety related issues.

This form must be completed by the subcontractor and the subcontractor’s designated competent person(s). Where a
subcontractor is responsible for multiple crafts, it is necessary to maintain additional designated competent persons
and forms for each additional tier. Each subcontractor on a LAYTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OF ARIZONA
construction site must submit this completed form prior to beginning work on the project and update it any time there
is a change in the designated representative(s).

Acknowledgement
I, __________________________ representing, _____________________________, have assigned the below listed
Personnel to be
Subcontractor Supervisor (Print) Company Name
the competent person(s) in the areas indicated and I acknowledge that this individual has been thoroughly trained and
is experienced in hazard recognition and has the authority to stop work and correct hazards in the event of a potential
hazardous or imminent danger situation.

_________________________________________ _____________________
Subcontractor Supervisor (Signature) Date

I acknowledge that I have been thoroughly trained and have the experience to perform the duties as a competent
person in the areas indicated for ________________________________, and I understand that I have the
responsibility and authority to correct hazards
Company Name
and to stop work in the event of a potential hazardous or imminent danger situation.

AREA OF COMPETENCY
a. Asbestos h. Hearing Protection o. Slings
b. Respiratory Protection i. Scaffolding p. Lead
c. Cranes / Derricks j. Electrical q. Excavations / Trenches
d. Fall Protection k. Ladders r. First Aid / CPR
e. Demolition l. Tunnels / Shafts s. Concrete / Forms / Shoring
f. Underground Const. m. Materials / Personnel Hoists t. Welding / Cutting
g. Tilt Panel Operations n. Bolting / Riveting / Fitting u. Confined Space Entry

_________________________ ______________________
Subcontractor Supervisor (Print) Date

Competent Person (Signature) Competent Person (Print Area of Date
Name) Competency
ATTACHMENT 8
ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES

Re: Project Name, Project Number

1. The Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes prior negotiations or
agreements, either written or oral.

2. All layout, field dimensions, grades, and verification of existing dimensions for Subcontractor's own
scope of work shall be the responsibility of the Subcontractor. Layton will provide or establish grid
lines, benchmarks and common working points.

3. Each Subcontractor is responsible for daily clean up and legal disposal of own trash off the site.
Subcontractors shall leave their work "broom" clean and ready for use by others.

4. Each Subcontractor agrees to be represented at the site during Layton's weekly coordination meeting,
when on site.

5. Each Subcontractor agrees to maintain the integrity of fire rated barriers when penetrations are made
through rated systems.

6. Layton is contractually obligated to make provisions for temporary heat and other general conditions
limited to the contract documents. Temporary electric facilities will be at a minimum. These services
may not be adequate for specific trade work. Each Subcontractor will be responsible to provide their
own special power hook-ups. Each Subcontractor will provide their own "task" lighting. Each
Subcontractor will provide their own safety equipment. Each Subcontractor shall provide "cold weather
protection" of their own work as necessary. Each Subcontractor shall provide their own hoisting unless
expressed otherwise in the Subcontractor Agreement.

7. Each Subcontractor is expected to comply with the entire specification sections defined under his scope
of work. Any duplication of work in their specifications sections or other contracts shall not be construed
as relieving this Subcontractor of any work.

8. Layton and\or Owner forces will provide snow removal of the parking lots and access to the building.
The subcontractor shall provide removal of snow for own work, tools, materials, etc. covered by
snowfall.

9. Each Subcontractor is responsible for monitoring and complying with all applicable building or safety
code requirements. If, in the event fines are cited because of the lack of compliance to code requirements
by the Subcontractor, this Subcontractor agrees to assume full responsibility for such fines including all
related expenses of affected parties.

10. Each Subcontractor is responsible to receive, unload, and provide safe storage for their own building
materials and equipment. All Subcontractors should assume that storage inside the building will be
restricted and limited to the approval the General Contractor. Layton is not responsible for, or to protect
against theft or vandalism of tools, materials and equipment. Subcontractor is not responsible for storage
of Owner supplied equipment.
ATTACHMENT 8
ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES
(Continued)

11. Unless otherwise directed or authorized, in writing, by Layton Construction, all Applications for Payment
and all supporting documents (including but not limited to lien waivers, sworn statements, and the like) for
Subcontractor, shall be in electronic format and shall be submitted to Layton Construction using the Textura
payment management system proscribed by Layton Construction. Subcontractor shall be responsible for the
fees and costs owed associated with Subcontractor's use of the Textura payment management system. Each
subcontractor is responsible to submit requests by the 20th of each month projected through the end of the
month. Failure to follow this procedure may delay the payment of monies owed to subcontractor until the
following draw. The General Contractor will apply for progress payment draws once each month.
a. “Approved Change Orders” is for WRITTEN APPROVED change orders only, which means extra
work that has been issued a signed LAYTON CONSTRUCTION Change Order.
b. Reduction of Retention is subject to approval by Project Manager.
c. RETENTION BILLING NEEDS TO BE ON A SEPARATE PAY APPLICATION.
d. Questions should be directed accordingly:

Regarding Department
Submission of Draw Documents Textura Customer Support (866) 839-8872
Change Orders/Project % Complete Project Manager
Contract and Insurance Paperwork Project Assistant
Lien Waivers/Payment Date Accounts Payable

12. Each subcontractor agrees that all punch list items will be completed to the satisfaction of the General
Contractor and that all required as-built drawings, manuals, and warranties are to be submitted before any
retainage is released.

13. Each subcontractor agrees that if they fail to keep up with the agreed upon construction schedule, they will
either add manpower or work overtime, at their expense, to get back on schedule