Prior to beginning their scopes of work, all Contractors and Subcontractors must be approved by the Condominium or Homeowners’ Association Representative (collectively, “Neighborhood Association Representative”), or Club Representative, which manages the Unit Owner’s property, and FICA, in accordance with the terms and conditions of Section 7, which can be found below.
After the Neighborhood Association Representative or Club Representative, as applicable, receives an executed Access and Indemnification Agreement (“Access Agreement”) and all of the required documentation described in the Access Agreement and in their respective rules or governing documents, the Neighborhood Association or Club Representative, as applicable shall evaluate the documentation and make a determination as to whether such Contractor or Subcontractor is approved for entry onto Fisher Island by the Neighborhood Association or Club Representative, as applicable. If a determination is made by the Neighborhood Association or Club Representative, as applicable, to approve such Contractor or Subcontractor for entry onto Fisher Island, then the Neighborhood Association or Club Representative, as applicable, shall deliver a written request to FICA to approve the Contractor or Subcontractor for entry to the Fisher Island. For the sake of clarification, if the Neighborhood Association or Club Representative, as applicable, makes a determination that such Contractor or Subcontractor is not approved to enter upon Fisher Island, such determination is final, and FICA will not review such Contractor or Subcontractor.
Upon receipt of the written approval and the Access Agreement from the Neighborhood Association Representative or Club Representative, as applicable, a FICA representative will perform background checks on the Contractors and Subcontractors. FICA will not approve or provide access to the Contractors or Subcontractors until (i) FICA receives written approval from the Neighborhood Representative or Club Representative, (ii) FICA receives an executed Access Agreement from the Contractor or Subcontractor along with a copy of the Contractor or Subcontractor’s certificate of insurance with FICA listed as an additional insured, if applicable, and (iii) each Contractor or Subcontractor successfully passes the background check to the satisfaction of FICA in FICA’s sole and absolute discretion.
A criminal background check will be conducted on every applicant through the background check provider, Safe Communities. FICA reserves the right to waive the background check requirements on a case by case basis.
Please read through Section 7 – Contractors and Subcontractors and the Access and Indemnification Agreement below. These documents contain important information and are part of the process. For any questions related to the process after the required documents have been received, please contact Public Safety at (305) 695-3075 or email@example.com.