I'm considering the idea of putting together a team of multiple companies to pursue large commercial contracts this next season. What I mean by this is anyone of these companies have the capability to provide maintenance, weed control, fertilizing, sprinklers, and shrub pruning. But certain companies specialize or are more skilled in certain areas better than others. Example: We may do a top notch job at maintenance but may struggle with sprinklers or weed control. Where another company may not do any maintenance but are top notch sprinkler repair techs. Or one company may only specialize in fertilizing and weed control. My idea is to put together a team of some of the most recognizable companies around with specialized skills that each team excels at. Then go after large commercial contracts with a this team in place. Engineering firms have been using this same concept for years. Instead of having a one stop shop they have their specialty (ie: survey, roadway design, structure design, signal design, right-of-way acquisition, etc.) and they team up to pursue large projects knowing that their chances are increased the better their team. Has anybody tried any teaming opportunities, and have they been successful for all parties involved?