A false belief concerns the alleged debasement of the operators’ production capacity, so that, being able to subcontract the entire order, the contracting companies, over time, will become little more than technical offices, losing those execution skills that have matured over the years.
This position is misrepresented, the contractor will still have to perform parts of the work in order not to lose over time the necessary requirements to take on public contracts, the CELs mature only for the parts performed Vetcon Construction Services.
It is the same qualification system that supports the balance between subcontracting and not, the economic operator of a certain size, able to acquire a contract, will have to understand from time to time when and what it is convenient to subcontract.
Furthermore, the position of those who argue in an absolute sense that the totally subcontracted work can be performed poorly is completely illogical because verticality in the chain of control between the client, contractor, subcontractors would be lost.
The subcontractors remain qualified subjects to receive the work and the allocation of responsibilities as an organization is the usual one we know, therefore the opposite cannot be argued just because the percentage of subcontracting increases or decreases.
By liberalizing the portion of subcontracting, resources and skills are amplified more, and therefore the production capacities, the only aspect to be taken into account is the increase in the complexity of the execution that derives from the overlapping of organizations, the latter aspect that we will deal with.