Habitat Greater San Francisco is looking to identify licensed subcontractors for paid, one-time and ongoing contracts.
In addition to our new home construction work, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco also works to sustain homeownership for low-income homeowners. To that end, we repair and rehab the homes of low and very low-income homeowners, focusing on improvements that improve safety and health, and prevent displacement from their homes.
In the next 3 years, we will complete up to 130 rehabs in a variety of neighborhoods across our three-county region.
Led by Greg Gordon, HGSF’s Home Preservation Construction Manager, HGSF acts as the construction manager, using a combination of in-house construction staff and subcontractors to complete individual rehabs.
Habitat Greater San Francisco has secured $5.9 million in home rehab funding for major single family home repairs and rehabs for low-income homeowners in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties. With these direct investments, we will complete up to 130 projects, each with an average total project cost of $50,000 over the next three years, with most funding going directly to subcontractors in a variety of trades.
Given the significant scale and scope of our projects, HGSF is eager to identify licensed subcontractors for both one-time contracts and ongoing opportunities.
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