Subcontracting, Suppliers and Prequalification

Log in to the Messer Business Portal or register to become a subcontractor today.

Messer wants to create meaningful, trusting relationships with great subcontractors. And, we want you to successfully compete for projects that match your capacity, skillset and financial strength for subcontracting and supplier opportunities.

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Local builder with national expertise

Our goal is to deliver the best construction services and projects in the regions where we live and work; that’s why we are all about building relationships through subcontracting and supplier opportunities.

You can see this in how we conduct business; how we manage projects using best practices that drive for our Zero Injury culture, Flow Scheduling, and more; and how we invest in the communities where we live and work through our time and dollars.

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Register on the Messer Business Portal

All subcontractors and suppliers are required to complete their registration on the Messer Business Portal. Using the Messer Business Portal provides process transparency, ease of access to project related insurance data, quick submission of required documents and faster updates on documents submitted.

How It Works 

  1. Register your company in the Messer Business Portal (MBP).
  2. Become prequalified on Messer's prequalification, an extension of the MBP.
  3. Submit your M/WBE related documents (if you are a Minority- of Women-owned business).
  4. View the invoices you submit and track updates (if you are on an existing Messer project).
  5. View upcoming bid opportunities on the Messer Business Portal.
  6. Submit bids on jobs that interest you.
  7. Submit insurance documents (if you are awarded the job).
  8. Make sure you keep your company profile up to date on the portal.

Streamline the insurance submittal process

Insurance brokers and agents can submit insurance certificates on behalf of subcontractors through the MBP. Here are two references: