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5. PROJECT NO.

CODE

7. ADMINISTERED BY

2. AMENDMENT/MODIFICATION NO.

CODE


6. ISSUED BY

8. NAME AND ADDRESS OF CONTRACTOR

4. REQUISITION/PURCHASE REQ. NO.

3. EFFECTIVE DATE

9A. AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION NO.

9B. DATED

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10A. MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT/ORDER NO.

10B. DATED

BPA NO.


1. CONTRACT ID CODE

FACILITY CODE

CODE

Offers must acknowledge receipt of this amendment prior to the hour and date specified in the solicitation or as amended, by one of the following methods:



The above numbered solicitation is amended as set forth in Item 14. The hour and date specified for receipt of Offers

E. IMPORTANT:

is extended,

(a) By completing Items 8 and 15, and returning __________ copies of the amendment; (b) By acknowledging receipt of this amendment on each copy of the

offer submitted; or (c) By separate letter or telegram which includes a reference to the solicitation and amendment numbers. FAILURE OF YOUR AC-

KNOWLEDGMENT TO BE RECEIVED AT THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE RECEIPT OF OFFERS PRIOR TO THE HOUR AND DATE SPECIFIED MAY

is not extended.

12. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA

(REV. 10-83)

is required to sign this document and return ___________ copies to the issuing office.

is not,

A. THIS CHANGE ORDER IS ISSUED PURSUANT TO: (Specify authority) THE CHANGES SET FORTH IN ITEM 14 ARE MADE IN THE CONTRACT ORDER NO. IN ITEM 10A.



15C. DATE SIGNED

B. THE ABOVE NUMBERED CONTRACT/ORDER IS MODIFIED TO REFLECT THE ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES

SET FORTH IN ITEM 14, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY OF FAR 43.103(b).

RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER. If by virtue of this amendment you desire to change an offer already submitted, such change may be made

by telegram or letter, provided each telegram or letter makes reference to the solicitation and this amendment, and is received prior to the opening hour

and date specified.

C. THIS SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT IS ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO AUTHORITY OF:

D. OTHER


BY

Contractor

16C. DATE SIGNED

14. DESCRIPTION OF AMENDMENT/MODIFICATION

16B. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Except as provided herein, all terms and conditions of the document referenced in Item 9A or 10A, as heretofore changed, remains unchanged and in full force and effect.

15A. NAME AND TITLE OF SIGNER

16A. NAME AND TITLE OF CONTRACTING OFFICER

15B. CONTRACTOR/OFFEROR

STANDARD FORM 30

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Prescribed by GSA - FAR (48 CFR) 53.243

(Type or print)

(Type or print)

(Organized by UCF section headings, including solicitation/contract subject matter where feasible.)

(No., street, county, State and ZIP Code)

(If other than Item 6)

(Specify type of modification and authority)

(such as changes in paying office, appropriation date, etc.)

(If required)

(If applicable)

(SEE ITEM 11)

(SEE ITEM 13)

(X)

(X)


13. THIS ITEM APPLIES ONLY TO MODIFICATIONS OF CONTRACTS/ORDERS,

IT MODIFIES THE CONTRACT/ORDER NO. AS DESCRIBED IN ITEM 14.

11. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO AMENDMENTS OF SOLICITATIONS

AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION/MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT

(Signature of person authorized to sign)

(Signature of Contracting Officer)

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528A8-13-808

00242


Network Contracting Office 2

Bath VA Medical Center

Cheryl Brimmer

76 Veterans Avenue

Bath NY 14810

00242


Same as Block #6

To all Offerors/Bidders

VA528-14-B-0068

02-19-2014

X

X

X



1

Solicitation VA528-14-B-0068 is hereby amended to:

1. Provide updated Davis-Bacon Wage NY140002 Dated 03-07-2014

2. Provide RFI Questions and Responses

3. Provide updated 1442 Continuation Page - please use this for bidding

4. Provide updated spec section: 010000_general requirements

5. Provide updated drawing: CLIN 0001 BASE ITEM

6. Provide Additional Drawings: "Cover Sheet 1 of 8" and "Window Types and Details 2 of 8".

CHERYL BRIMMER

Contract Specialist

General Decision Number: NY140002 03/07/2014 NY2
Superseded General Decision Number: NY20130002
State: New York
Construction Types: Building, Heavy and Highway
Counties: Albany, Columbia, Fulton, Greene, Montgomery,

Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie and Washington

Counties in New York.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (For all counties except

COLUMBIA, FULTON & GREENE) (does not include single family

homes and apartments up to a including 4 stories), HEAVY AND

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Modification Number Publication Date

0 01/03/2014

1 01/17/2014

2 03/07/2014
ASBE0040-002 05/01/2013
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Asbestos/Insulator Worker

SCOPE OF WORK: includes

application of all

insulating materials,

protective, coverings,

coating and finishing to

all types of mechanical

systems.....................$ 30.60 19.47

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL HANDLER

Duties limited to

preparation wetting;

stripping; removal;

scrapping; vacuuming;

bagging; and disposing of

all insulation materials,

whether they contain

asbestos or not from

mechancial systems..........$ 17.37 9.95

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BOIL0197-002 01/01/2013


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BOILERMAKER......................$ 31.10 23.72

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BRNY0002-019 06/01/2013
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BRICKLAYER

BRICKLAYERS, STONE MASONS,

CEMENT MASONS, PLASTERERS,

POINTERS, CAULKERS &

CLEANERS....................$ 31.19 18.92

HEAVY & HIGHWAY

CONSTRUCTION

CEMENT MASONS..............$ 32.15 17.99

MARBLE, TILE & TERRAZZO

FINISHERS...................$ 23.55 15.49

MARBLE, TILE & TERRAZZO

WORKERS.....................$ 29.76 18.25

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CARP0279-006 07/01/2013


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Carpenters:

HEAVY AND HIGHWAY

CONSTRUCTION (COLUMBIA AND

GREENE COUNTIES)

Carpenters, Millwrights,

Pile Drivers...............$ 29.09 22.50

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CARP0290-003 07/01/2013


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Carpenters:

SARATOGA COUNTY

HEAVY & HIGHWAY

CONSTRUCTION:...............$ 27.56 17.04

WASHINGTON COUNTY

HEAVY & HIGHWAY

CONSTRUCTION:...............$ 27.55 17.24
PAID HOLIDAYS: Labor Day, provided the employee has been on

the payroll the calender week or any of the holiday week

preceding the holiday and works the day after the holiday.
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CARP0290-006 07/01/2013


ALBANY, FULTON, MONTGOMERY, RENSSELAER, SCHENECTADY AND

SCHOHARIE COUNTIES

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Carpenters:

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

Carpenters & Soft Floor

Layers.....................$ 28.39 17.24

Piledriver.................$ 28.39 17.24

HEAVY & HIGHWAY

CONSTRUCTION

Carpenters.................$ 27.55 18.36

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CARP0290-008 07/01/2009


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Carpenters:

CARPENTERS..................$ 26.39 14.95

DIVER TENDERS...............$ 25.49 14.95

DIVERS (Dry Day)............$ 25.49 14.95

DIVERS......................$ 60.00 14.95

PILEDRIVERS.................$ 24.49 14.95

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ELEC0236-001 06/01/2013


ALBANY; COLUMBIA; FULTON; GREENE (that portion North of a line

following the south limits of the city of Catskill);

MONTGOMERY; RENSSELAER, SARATOGA; SCHENECTADY; SCHOHARIE;

WASHINGTON

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ELECTRICIAN......................$ 34.50 21.01

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ELEC0363-004 06/01/2013
GREENE COUNTY (Portion of)
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ELECTRICIAN......................$ 37.00 6%+18.10+a
FOOTNOTE:

a. Paid Holidays: New Year's Day, President's Day, Memorial

Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Presidential Election Day,

Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving,

Christmas Day
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ELEC1249-003 05/06/2013


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ELECTRICIAN (LINE

CONSTRUCTION: LIGHTING AND

TRAFFIC SIGNAL Including any

and all Fiber Optic Cable

necessary for Traffic Signal

Systems, Traffic Monitoring

systems and Road Weather

information systems)

Flagman.....................$ 23.51 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman (Truck Driver)....$ 31.35 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Truck Driver

(tractor trailer unit)......$ 33.31 7.5%+19.00+a

Lineman & Technician........$ 39.19 7.5%+19.00+a

Mechanic....................$ 31.35 7.5%+19.00+a


FOOTNOTE:
a. New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor

Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, plus President's Day,

Good Friday, Decoration Day, Election Day for the President

of the United States and Election Day for the Governor of

the State of New York, provided the employee works the day

before or the day after the holiday.


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ELEC1249-004 05/06/2013


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ELECTRICIAN (Line

Construction)

Overhead and underground

distribution and

maintenance work and all

overhead and underground

transmission line work

including any and all

fiber optic ground wire,

fiber optic shield wire or

any other like product by

any other name

manufactured for the dual

purpose of ground fault

protection and fiber optic

capabilities :

Flagman....................$ 26.47 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman digging machine

operator...................$ 39.71 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman truck driver

(tractor trailer unit).....$ 37.50 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Truck driver.....$ 35.30 7.5%+19.00+a

Lineman and Technician.....$ 44.12 7.5%+19.00+a

Mechanic...................$ 35.30 7.5%+19.00+a

Substation:

Cable Splicer..............$ 48.53 7.5%+19.00+a

Flagman....................$ 26.47 7.5%+19.00+a

Ground man truck driver....$ 35.30 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman digging machine

operator...................$ 39.71 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman truck driver

(tractor trailer unit).....$ 37.50 7.5%+19.00+a

Lineman & Technician.......$ 44.12 7.5%+19.00+a

Mechanic...................$ 35.30 7.5%+19.00+a

Switching structures;

railroad catenary

installation and

maintenance, third rail

type underground fluid or

gas filled transmission

conduit and cable

installations (including

any and all fiber optic

ground product by any

other name manufactured

for the dual purpose of

ground fault protection

and fiber optic

capabilities), pipetype

cable installation and

maintenance jobs or

projects, and maintenance

bonding of rails; Pipetype

cable installation

Cable Splicer..............$ 49.94 7.5%+19.00+a

Flagman....................$ 27.24 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Digging Machine

Operator...................$ 40.86 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Truck Driver

(tractor-trailer unit).....$ 38.59 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Truck Driver.....$ 36.32 7.5%+19.00+a

Lineman & Technician.......$ 45.40 7.5%+19.00+a

Mechanic...................$ 36.32 7.5%+19.00+a
FOOTNOTE:
a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial

Day, Good Friday, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving

Day, Christmas Day, and Election Day for the President of

the United States and Election Day for the Governor of New

York State, provided the employee works two days before or

two days after the holiday.


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ELEC1249-007 05/06/2013


COLUMBIA COUNTY
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ELECTRICIAN (LIGHTING AND

TRAFFIC SIGNAL INCLUDING ANY

AND ALL FIBER OPTIC CABLE

NECESSARY FOR THE TRAFFIC

SIGNAL SYSTEMS, TRAFFIC

MONITORING SYSTEMS AND ROAD

WEATHER INFORMATION SYSTEMS)

Flagman.....................$ 24.27 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Digging Machine

Operator....................$ 36.41 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Truck Driver

(Tractor-trailer unit)......$ 34.38 7.5%+19.00+a

Groundman Truck Driver......$ 32.36 7.5%+19.00+a

Lineman and Technician......$ 40.45 7.5%+19.00+a

Mechanic....................$ 32.36 7.5%+19.00+a
PAID HOLIDAYS:

a. Memorial Day, New Year's Day, President's Day, Good

Friday, Decoration Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,

Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and Election Day for the

President of the United States and Election Day for the

Governor of New York State, provided the employee works two

days before or two days after the holiday.
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* ELEC1249-008 01/01/2014


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ELECTRICIAN (Line

Construction)

TELEPHONE, CATV

FIBEROPTICS CABLE AND

EQUIPMENT

Cable splicer..............$ 29.12 3%+4.43

Groundman..................$ 12.98 3%+4.43

Installer Repairman-

Teledata

Lineman/Technician-

Equipment Operator.........$ 27.64 3%+4.43

Tree Trimmer................$ 22.41 8.30+3%+a


a. New Year's Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Decoration

Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day,

Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day.
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ELEV0035-001 01/01/2014


ALBANY; COLUMBIA (Towns of Claverack, Hillsdale, Ghent,

Stockport, Austerlitz, Canaan, New Lebanon, Chatham,

Kinderhook, Styvesant and Greenport); FULTON; GREENE (Towns of

Durham, Greenville, New Baltimore, Coxcsackie and Athens);

MONTGOMERY, RENSSELAER, SARATOGA, SCHENECTADY, SCHOHARIE AND

WASHINGTON COUNTIES

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Elevator Constructor.............$ 40.90 27.085+a+b
FOOTNOTES:
a. 8 PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day,

Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving

Day, and the day after Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.
b. Employer contributes 8% of basic hourly rate for 5 years

or more of service or 6% of basic hourly rate for 6 months

to 5 years of service as vacation pay credit.
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ELEV0138-004 01/01/2014


COLUMBIA COUNTY (THE TOWNS OF ANCRAM, CLERMONT, COPAKE,

GALLATIN, GERMANTOWN, LIVINGSTON, AND TAGHKANIC); GREEN COUNTY

(THE TOWNS OF HUNTER AND CATSKILL)

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ELEVATOR MECHANIC................$ 51.56 27.085+a+b
FOOTNOTES:
a. 8 PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day,

Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving

Day, the Friday after Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
b. Employer contributes 8% of basic hourly rate for 5 years

or more of service or 6% of basic hourly rate for 6 months

to 5 years of service as vacation pay credit.
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ENGI0106-001 07/01/2013


HEAVY & HIGHWAY
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Power equipment operators:

GROUP 1.....................$ 36.06 23.35+a

GROUP 2.....................$ 35.15 23.35+a

GROUP 3.....................$ 32.58 23.35+a

GROUP 4.....................$ 40.06 23.35+a

GROUP 5.....................$ 39.06 23.35+a

GROUP 6.....................$ 38.06 23.35+a

GROUP 7.....................$ 37.67 23.35+a


POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CLASSIFICATIONS (HEAVY & HIGHWAY):
GROUP 1: Asphalt Curb Machine, Self Propelled, Slipform,

Automated Concrete Spreader (CMI Type), Automatic Fine

Grader, Backhoe (Except Tractor Mounted, Rubber Tired),

Backhoe Excavator Full Swing (CAT 212 or similar type),

Back Filling Machine, Belt Placer (CMI Type), Blacktop

Plant (Automated), Boom truck , Cableway, Caisson Auger,

Central Mix Concrete Plant (Automated), Concrete Curb

Machine, Self Propelled, Slipform, Concrete Pump, Crane,

Cherry Picker, Derricks (steel erection), Dragline,

Overhead Crane (Gantry or Straddle type), Pile Driver,

Truck Crane, Directional Drilling Machine, Dredge, Dual

Drum Paver, Excavator (All Purpose Hydraulically Operated)

(Gradall or Similar), Front End Loader ( 4 cu. yd. and

Over), Head Tower (Sauerman or Equal), Hoist (Two or Three

Drum), Holland Loader, Maintenance Engineer, Mine Hoist,

Mucking Machine or Mole Pavement Breaker(SP) Wertgen; PB-4

and similar type, Power Grader, Profiler (over 105 H.P.)

Quad 9, Quarry Master (or equivalent), Scraper, Fireman,

Fork Lift, Form Tamper, Grout Pump, Gunite Machine, Hammers

(Hydraulic self-propelled), Hydra-Spiker, ride-on,

Hydraulic Pump (jacking system), Hydro-Blaster (Water),

Mulching Machine, Oiler, Parapet Concrete or Pavement,

Shovel, Side Boom, Slip Form Paver, Tractor Drawn, BeltType

Loader, Truck or Trailer Mounted Log , Chipper (Self

Feeder), Tug Operator (Manned Rented Equipment Excluded),

Tunnel Shovel


GROUP 2: Asphalt Paver, Backhoe (Tractor Mounted, Rubber

Tired), Bituminous Recycler Machine, Bituminous Spreader

and Mixer, Blacktop Plant (NonAutomated), Blast or Rotary

Drill (Truck or Tractor Mounted), Boring Machine, Cage

Hoist, Central Mix Plant (NonAutomated) and All Concrete

Batching Plants, Cherry Picker (5 tons capacity and under),

Concrete Paver (Over 16S), Crawler Drill, Self-contained,

Crusher, Diesel Power Unit, Drill Rigs, Tractor Mounted,

Front End Loader (Under 4 cu. yd.), Greaseman/Lubrication

Engineer, HiPressure Boiler (15 lbs. and over), Hoist (One

Drum), Hydro-Axe, Kolman Plant Loader and Similar Type

Loaders, L.C.M. Work Boat Operator, Locomotive Mixer (for

stabilized base selfpropelled), Monorail Machine, Plant

Engineer, Profiler (105 H.P. and under), Grinder, Post Hole

Digger and Post Driver, Power Broom (towed), Power

Heaterman, Power Sweeper, Revinius Widener, Roller (Grade

and Fill), Scarifier, ride-on, Shell Winder, Skid steer

loader (Bobcat or similar), Span-Saw, ride-on, Steam

Cleaner, Pug Mill, Pump Crete Ready Mix Concrete Plant

Refrigeration Equipment (for soil stabilization)Road

Widener, Roller (all above subgrade), Sea Mule,

Self-contained Ride-on Rock Drill, Excluding Air-Track Type

Drill, Skidder, Tractor with Dozer and/or Pusher, Trencher.

Tugger Hoist, Vermeer saw (ride on, any size or type),

Winch, Winch Cat
GROUP 3: A Frame Winch Hoist on Truck , Articulated Heavy

Hauler, Aggregate Plant, Asphalt or Concrete Grooving,

Machine (ride on), Ballast Regulator, Ride-on Boiler (used

in conjunction with production), Bituminous Heater,

self-propelled, Boat (powered), Cement and Bin Operator,

Compressors, Dust Collectors, Generators, Pumps, Welding

Machines, Light Plants, Heaters (hands-off equipment),

Concrete Pavement Spreader and Finisher, Concrete Paver or

Mixer (16S and under), Concrete Saw (self-propelled),

Conveyor, Deck Hand, Directional Drill Machine Locator,

Drill, (Core), Drill, (Well,) Farm Tractor with

accessories, Fine Grade Machine, Tamper, ride-on, Tie

Extractor, ride-on, Tie Handler, ride-on, Tie Inserter,

ride-on, Tie Spacer, ride-on, Tire Repair, Track Liner,

ride-on, Tractor, Tractor (with towed accessories),

Vibratory Compactor, Vibro Tamp, Well Point


GROUP 4: Tower Cranes
GROUP 5: Cranes 50 tons and over
GROUP 6: Cranes 49 tons and below
GROUP 7: Master Mechanic
FOOTNOTE:
a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence

Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, Lincoln's

Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, Columbus Day,

November Election Day and Veteran's Day


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BUILDING
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Power equipment operators:

GROUP A(1)..................$ 36.55 23.10

GROUP A.....................$ 36.11 23.10

1..........................$ 37.55 23.10

2..........................$ 38.55 23.10

GROUP B.....................$ 35.20 23.10

GROUP C.....................$ 32.63 23.10
Hazardous work - Anytime Operating Engineers are involved

with level C or above, $2.50 per hour over regular rate.


FOOTNOTE:
a. Paid Holidays: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence

Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.


POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CLASSIFICATIONS (BUILDING):
GROUP A(1): Crane, hydraulic cranes, tower crane, locomotive

crane, piledriver, cableway, derricks, whirlies, dragline,

boom truck (over 5 tons)
GROUP A(1): Crane Premiums:

1 over 150'- $1.00

2 over 200'- $2.00
GROUP A: Shovel, All Excavators (including rubber tire full

swing), gradalls, power road grader, all CMI equipment,

front-end rubber tire loader, tractor-mounted drill (quarry

master), mucking machine, concrete central mix plant,

concrete pump, Belcrete system, automated asphalt concrete

plant and tractor road paver, boom truck (5 tons and

under), maintenance engineer, self contained crawler,

drill-hydraulic rock drill.


GROUP B: Backhoe, (rubber-tired backhoe/loader combination),

bulldozer, pushcat, tractor, traxcavator, scraper,

LeTourneau grader, form fine grader, road roller, blacktop

roller, blacktop spreader, power brooms, sweepers,

trenching machine, Barber Green loader, side booms,

hydrohammer, concrete spreader, concrete finishing machine,

one drum hoist, power hoisting (single drum), hoist - two

drum or more, three drum engine, power hoisting (two drum

and over), two drum and swinging engine, three drum

swinging engine, hod hoist, A-L frame winches, cord and

well drillers (one drum), post hole digger, model CHB

Vibro-Tamp or similar machine, batch bin and plant

operator, dinkey locomotive, skid steer loader, track

excavator 5/8 cu. yd. or smaller


GROUP C: Fork lift, high lift, lull, oiler, fireman and

heavy- duty greaser, boilers, and steam generators, pump,

vibrator, motor mixer, air compressor, dust collector,

welding machine, well point, mechanical heater, generators,

temporary light plants, concrete pumps, electric

submersible pump 4" and over, murphy type diesel generator,

conveyor, elevators, concrete mixer and belcrete power pack

(belcrete system), seeding, and mulching machines, pumps


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IRON0012-011 05/01/2013


ALBANY; COLUMBIA; FULTON (Albin, Bleecker, Broad, Johnstown,

Mayfield, Northampton and Perth); GREENE, MONTGOMERY

(Amsterdam, Charleston, Florida, Glen, Mohawk and Root);

RENSSELAER, SARATOGA; SCHENECTADY; SCHOHARIE; and WASHINGTON

COUNTIES:

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Ironworkers:

Sheeter, Bucker-up..........$ 25.78 17.96

Sheeter.....................$ 28.75 20.84

Structural, Ornamental,

Rodman, Machinery Mover,

Rigger, Fence Erector,

Reinforcing, Stone

Derrickmen..................$ 28.50 20.84

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IRON0440-007 05/01/2013


FULTON (Twps. of Caroga, Ephratah, Oppenheim, Stratford);

MONTGOMERY (Twps of Canajoharie, Minden, Palatine, St.

Johnsville):

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Ironworkers:

Structural, Ornamental,

Rodman, Machinery Mover,

Rigger, Fence Erector,

Reinforcement, and Stone

Derrickman..................$ 25.00 22.76

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LABO0017-001 07/01/2013


COLUMBIA COUNTY (Twps of Greenport, Claverack, Clermont,

Germantown, Livingston, Hillsdale, Taghkanic, Gallatin, Copake,

Ancram, Philmont and the City of Hudson)

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Laborers:

COLUMBIA COUNTY (Townships

of Greenport, Claverack,

Clermont, Germantown,

Livingston, Hillsdale,

Taghkanic, Gallatin,

Copake, Ancram, Philmont,

and the City of Hudson)

(Asbestos, lead, toxic and

hazardous waste abatement

and any other

environmental related

work) HEAVY & HIGHWAY

GROUP 1:...................$ 29.65 21.35+a

GROUP 2:...................$ 34.00 21.35+a

GREENE COUNTY (Township of

Catskill) HEAVY & HIGHWAY:

GROUP 1:...................$ 29.65 21.35+a

GROUP 2:...................$ 34.00 21.35+a

GROUP 3:...................$ 37.90 21.35+a

GROUP 4:...................$ 41.65 21.35+a

TUNNEL, SHAFT & CAISSON

WORK

GROUP 1....................$ 42.65 21.35+a


For HEAVY & HIGHWAY CLASSIFICATIONS in COLUMBIA COUNTY

(Townships of Greenport, Claverack, Clermont, Germantown,

Livingston, Hillsdale, Taghkanic, Gallatin, Copake, Ancram,

Philmont and the City of Hudson)


HEAVY & HIGHWAY CLASSIFICATIONS
GROUP 1: Asbestos, toxic, bio-remediation,

phyto-remediation, lead or hazardous material abatement

when protective equipment and clothing are not required
GROUP 2: Asbestos, toxic, bio-remediation,

phyto-remediation, lead or hazardous material abatement

when protective clothing and equipment is required
For HEAVY & HIGHWAY CLASSIFICATIONS in GREENE COUNTY

(Township of Catskill)


FOOTNOTE:
a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, President's Day, Memorial

Day, Independence Day, Lincoln's Birthday, Labor Day,

Election Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas

Day, provided the employee is an employee of the company

prior to the scheduled holiday and reports to work the

first day following the holiday unless prevented from doing

so for legitimate reasons.
GROUP 1: Flagperson, gateperson
GROUP 2: General laborers, chuck tender, handling and

distributing drinking water, distributing all tools and

supplies of laborers, nipper, powder carrier, magazine

tender, warehouse laborers, concrete man, vibrator man,

mason tender, mortar man, spraying, brushing and covering

of concrete for curing and preservative purposes, traffic

striper, scaffold builder, concrete curb and sidewalk form

setter; permanent traffic striping and reflective devices,

placing and maintenance of all flares, cones, lights,

signs, barricades, traffic patterns, and all temporary

reflective type materials for traffic control, custodial

work, traffic directors, temporary heat or light tenders,

tool room, dewatering pump men, pitman, dumpmen, snow

removal and firewatch, asphalt man, joint setter, signal

person, pipelayer, pipe lining and relining, wellpoints,

conduit and duct layer, wire puller, rip rap and dry stone

layer, steel rod carrier, core drill, rock splitter, Hilti

gun air or electric, jackhammer, bush hammer, pavement

breaker, chipping hammer, wagon drill, air track, jib rig,

joy drill, gunite and sand blasting, coal passer and other

machine operators, power tool operator, sprayer and nozzle

man on mulching and seeding machine, all guard rail and

fence, all seeding and sod laying, all landscape work,

grade checker, all bridge work, walk behind self-propelled

power saw, grinder, groover or similar type machine, walk

behind tamper and roller of all types, salvage, stripping,

wrecking and dismantling laborer (including barman, cutting

torch and burner man), sheeting and shoring coming under

laborers jurisdiction, bit grinder, operator of form pin

puller and drivers, sandblasting, joint and jet sealer,

filling and wiring baskets for gabion walls, permanent sign

man, median barrier, sta-wall or similar type product,

chain saw operator, railroad track laborer, waterproofer,

pre-stressed and pre-cast concrete brick, block and stone

pavers, power tools used to perform work usually done by

laborers, power buggy and pumpcrete operator, fireproof,

plaster and caustic pump, asbestos, toxic, bio-remediation,

phyto-remediation, lead or hazardous materials abatement

when protective clothing and equipment is not required,

power brush cutter, retention liners, artificial turf,

retaining walls, walk behind surface planer, welding

related to laborers work, remote controlled equipment

normally operated by laborers, all technician work

including but not limited to stitching, seaming, heat

welding, fireproof sprayer, mortar mixer, concrete

finisher, form setter for concrete curbs and flatwork.

Gunite nozzle man, stone cutters, granite stone layer,

manhole, catch basin or inlet installing, laser men.

Ground man on milling machine
GROUP 3 Ingersoll Rand heavy duty crawler-master HCMZ, any

drill using a 4" or larger bit, asbestos, toxic,

bio-remediation, phyto-remediation, lead or hazardous

material abatement when protective clothing and equipment

is required, all working foremen including grade, pipe

concrete, clearing, blacktop, drill, paving and blaster

etc., Hydraulic drill or similar, forklift for masonry

only, Blaster and asphalt screedman


GROUP 4: Asbestos, toxic, lead or hazardous material

abatement foreman

For TUNNEL, SHAFT & CAISSON WORK CLASSIFICATIONS
FOOTNOTE:
a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, President's Day, Memorial

Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Election Day, Veterans

Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
GROUP 1: Laborer, Pit and Dumpman, Chuck Tender, Brakeman and

Powderman;

Miner and all machine men, Safety Miner, all shaft work,

caisson work, drilling, blow pipe, all air tools, tugger,

scaling, nipper gunniting from pot to nozzle, bit grinder,

signal man (top and bottom), shield driven tunnel, mixed

face and soft ground liner plate tunnel in free air
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LABO0035-001 06/01/2013


FULTON (TWPS OF CAROGA, EPHRATA, OPPENHEIM, AND STRAFORD);

MONTGOMERY (TWPS OF CANAJOHARIE, MINDEN AND PALATINE, ROOT AND

ST. JOHNSVILLE)

Rates Fringes


Laborers Building Construction

Asbestos Removal............$ 22.00 16.29

Blasters, Form Setters,

MotorBuggy Operator (Rider

Type)......................$ 21.00 16.29

Hazardous Waste Removal

Hazardous waste removal

includes wetting,

stripping, removal,

scrapping, vaccuuming,

bagging and disposing of

all insulation materials,

whether they contain

asbestos or not, from

mechanical systems.........$ 22.00 16.29

HEAVY & HIGHWAY:

GROUP 1:...................$ 26.15 19.04

GROUP 2:...................$ 26.35 19.04+a

GROUP 3:...................$ 26.55 19.04

GROUP 4:...................$ 26.75 19.04

Laborers....................$ 20.50 16.29

Pipelayers, Motor Mixers,

Motor Buggy Operator

(Walk Behind) Power Lift

(Walk Behind)...............$ 20.65 16.29

Wagon Drill Operator........$ 20.90 16.29


FOOTNOTE:
a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence

Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.


GROUP 1: Common Laborers, Flagman, Outboard and Hand boats
GROUP 2: Bull Float, Chain Saw, Concrete aggregate bin,

Concrete Bootman, Gin Buggy, Hand or Machine Vibrator,

Jackhammer, Mason Tender, Mortar Mixer, Pavement Breaker,

Handlers of all steel mesh, Small generators for laborer's

tools, Installation of bridge drainage, Pipelayers,

Vibrator type rollers, Tamper, Drill doctor, Tail or Screw

Operator on asphalt paver, Water pump operator (1 1/2" and

single diaphragm), Nozzle (asphalt, gunnite, seeding and

sand blasting), Laborers on chain link fence erection, Rock

splitter and power unit, Pusher type concrete saw and all

other gas, electric, oil, and air tool operators, Wrecking

laborers
GROUP 3: All rock or drilling machine operators (except

quarry master and similar type), Acetylene torch operators,

and Asphalt paver, Powderman


GROUP 4: Blasterers, Form setters, Stone or Granite Curb

setters
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LABO0157-001 07/01/2013
FULTON (Twps. of Bleeker, Mayfield, Northhampton, Johnstown,

Broadalbin and Perth); MONTGOMERY (Twps. of Mohawk, Glen,

Charleston, Amsterdam, and Florida); SARATOGA (Twps. of Day,

Hadley, Edinburg, Corinth, Moreau, South Glens Falls,

Providence, Greenfield, Wilton, Northcumberland, Galway,

Milton, Saratoga Springs, Charlton, Ballston, Malta and Clifton

Park); SCHENECTADY and SCHOHARIE COUNTIES.

Rates Fringes


LABORER

BUILDING:

GROUP 1....................$ 25.39 16.84

GROUP 2....................$ 26.74 16.84

HEAVY & HIGHWAY:

GROUP 1:...................$ 27.10 18.19+a

GROUP 2:...................$ 27.30 18.19+a

GROUP 3:...................$ 27.50 18.19+a

GROUP 4:...................$ 27.70 18.19+a

GROUP 5:...................$ 29.10 18.19+a


LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS
Group 1: Common Laborers
Group 2: Asbestos and Toxic Materials
Commercial projects valued at $800,000 or less and/or

industrial projects valued at $100,000 or less, excluding

demolition work (the complete razing of structures) 75% of

the basic wage scale with full benefits will apply


FOOTNOTE:
a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence

Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day


LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS
GROUP 1: Common laborers, flagman, outboard & hand boats
GROUP 2: Bull float, chain saw, concrete aggregate bin,

concrete bootman, gin buggy, hand or machine vibrator,

jackhammer, mason tender, mortar mixer, pavement breaker,

handlers of all steel mesh, small generators for laborers'

tools, installation of bridge drainage, pipelayers,

vibrator type rollers, tamper, drill doctor, tail or screw

operator on asphalt paver, water pump operator (1 1/2") and

single diaphragm), nozzle (asphalt, gunnite, seeding, and

sand blasting), laborers on chain fence erection, rock

splitter and power unit, pusher type concrete saw and all

other gas, electric, oil, and air tool operators, wrecking

laborers
GROUP 3: All rock drilling machine operators (except quarry

master and similar type), acetylene torch operator, and

asphalt paver, powderman


GROUP 4: Blasterers, form setters, stone or granite curb

setters
GROUP 5: Hazardous waste removal


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LABO0190-001 01/01/2013


ALBANY; RENSSELAER COUNTY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, SARATOGA COUNTY

(Townships of Stillwater, Halfmoon, Saratoga)

Rates Fringes
Laborers:

BUILDING:

GROUP 1....................$ 24.26 17.05

GROUP 2....................$ 25.61 17.05


LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS
GROUP 1: Common Laborers
GROUP 2: Hazardous waste removal Commercial projects valued

at $800,000 or less and/or industrial projects valued at

$100,000 or less excluding demolition work, (complete

razing of structures) will receive 75% of basic wage scale

with full fringes will apply
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LABO0190-002 07/01/2013


ALBANY; RENSSELAER; COLUMBIA (Twps. of Stuyvesant, Stockport,

Kinderhook, New Lebanon, Cannan, Ghent, Chatham, Austerlitz).

GREENE (except Catskill Township). WASHINGTON COUNTY. SARATAGO

COUNTY (Townships of Stillwater, Halfmoon Saratoga)

Rates Fringes
Laborers:

HEAVY & HIGHWAY:

GROUP 1:...................$ 27.04 17.35

GROUP 2:...................$ 27.24 17.35

GROUP 3:...................$ 27.44 17.35

GROUP 4:...................$ 27.64 17.35

GROUP 5:...................$ 29.04 17.35
FOOTNOTE:

PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day,

Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS
GROUP 1: Common laborers, flagmen, outboard and hand boats
GROUP 2: Bull float, chain saw, concrete aggregated bin,

concrete bootman, gin buggy, hand or machine vibrator,

jackhammer, mason tender, mortar mixer, pavement breaker,

handlers of all steel mesh, small generators for laborers'

tools, installation of bridge drainage, pipelayers,

vibrator type rollers, tampers, drill doctor, Tail or screw

operator on asphalt paver, Water pump operator (1 1/2" and

single diaphragm), Nozzle (asphalt, gunnite, seeding, and

sand blasting) Laborers on chain link fence erection, rock

splitter and power unit, pusher type concrete saw and all

other gas, electric, oil, air tool operators, and wrecking

laborers
GROUP 3: All rock air drilling machine operators (except

quarry master and similar type), acetylene torch operators,

and asphalt paver, powderman


GROUP 4: Blasterers, form setters, stone or granite curb

setters
GROUP 5: Hazardous waste removal


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LABO1000-005 05/01/2012


COLUMBIA (Twps. of Greenport, Claverack, Hillsdale, Livingston,

Germantown, Taghkanic, Copake, Clermont, Gallatin, Ancram):

Rates Fringes
Laborers:

HEAVY & HIGHWAY

GROUP 1....................$ 25.60 22.25+a

GROUP 2....................$ 29.36 22.25+a

GROUP 3....................$ 30.36 22.25+a
LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS (HEAVY & HIGHWAY)
GROUP 1: Flagperson; Placing and maintenance of all flares,

cones, lights, signs, barricades; traffic control custodial

work; traffic directors; temporary heat or light tenders;

tool rooms


GROUP 2: General Laborers, Dumpman, Pitman, Concrete man;

Signal man; Pipelayers; Rip rap; Dry stone layer; Jack

hammer; Powderman; Highscalers power buggy operator; Steel

rod carrier; Vibratory operator; other machine operator;

wrecking; Vibrator operator-compactor; Gunite and

sandblasting; Water pump 2" or under; Nipper; Chucker;

Asphalt Workers
GROUP 3: Asphalt raker; Asphalt Screedman; Drillers (all);

Laser Beam Operator; Form Setter/Aligners; Blasters


FOOTNOTE:

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, Presidents Day, Good Friday,

Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day,

Veterans Day, November Election Day, Thanksgiving Day, and

Christmas Day
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PAIN0009-005 05/01/2012


Rates Fringes
Painters:

Lead Abatement Workers,

Structural Steel

Zone 1.....................$ 27.84 9.20

Zone 2.....................$ 27.04 9.95

Painters, Drywall

Finishers, Spray

Zone 1.....................$ 26.84 9.20

Zone 2.....................$ 26.04 9.95
Zone #1 Entire counties of ALBANY, FULTON, MONTGOMERY,

RENNSELAER, SCHOHARIE, SCHENECTADY AND SARATOGA


ZONE #2 All of WASHINGTON County
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PAIN0009-013 05/01/2013


Rates Fringes
GLAZIER..........................$ 24.80 17.08

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PAIN0155-002 05/01/2013
COLUMBIA AND GREENE COUNTIES
Rates Fringes
Painters:

Drywall Finisher............$ 29.44 18.66

Lead Abatement Work.........$ 29.44 18.66

Painter/Paperhanger.........$ 29.44 18.66

Spray Rate..................$ 30.44 18.66

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PAIN0806-002 10/01/2012
ALBANY, COLUMBIA, FULTON, GREENE, MONTGOMERY, RENNSELAER,

SCHOHARIE, SCHENECTADY, SARATOGA AND WASHINGTON

Rates Fringes
Painters:

Structural Steel and Bridge.$ 47.00 32.08

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PLUM0007-001 05/01/2013


ALBANY; COLUMBIA; FULTON; GREENE; MONTGOMERY; RENSSELAER;

SCHENECTADY; SARATOGA (Towns of Charlton, Clifton Park, Galway,

Halfmoon, Milton, Stillwater and Waterford)

Rates Fringes


PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER...............$ 36.52 21.94

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PLUM0112-019 05/01/2013
Townships of Canajoharie and Minden
Rates Fringes
Plumber and Steamfitter

Northern Zone...............$ 31.75 22.60

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PLUM0773-002 05/01/2013


SARATOGA (Remainder of County); WASHINGTON COUNTY:
Rates Fringes
PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER...............$ 32.63 24.55

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ROOF0203-003 06/01/2011
SCHOHARIE COUNTY:
Rates Fringes
ROOFER...........................$ 23.12 12.72

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ROOF0241-001 06/01/2010
Rates Fringes
ROOFER...........................$ 25.65 11.25

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SFNY0669-001 07/01/2013
Rates Fringes
SPRINKLER FITTER.................$ 30.43 20.52

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SHEE0083-001 06/01/2012
Rates Fringes
Sheet metal worker...............$ 30.86 21.90+a
FOOTNOTE:

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence

Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day. If any of

these holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday, either the

preceding Friday or following Monday will be observed as

the holiday.


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TEAM0294-002 05/01/2013


BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
Rates Fringes
Truck drivers:

GROUP 1.....................$ 25.27 17.29+a

GROUP 2.....................$ 25.57 17.29+a
FOOTNOTES:
a. One week vacation after 1 year; 2 weeks vacation after 5

years.
TRUCK DRIVERS BUILDING CLASSIFICATIONS


GROUP 1: Straight, winch, transit mix on job site, road

oilers, dump, panel, pick-up, water and fuel trucks on site

(including nozzle)
GROUP 2: Euclid or similar equipment, lowboy or lowboy

trailers
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TEAM0294-003 07/01/2013
Rates Fringes
Truck drivers:

HEAVY & HIGHWAY

GROUP 1....................$ 26.67 18.77+a

GROUP 2....................$ 26.72 18.77+a

GROUP 3....................$ 26.81 18.77+a

GROUP 4....................$ 26.92 18.77+a

GROUP 5....................$ 27.07 18.77+a
TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS (HEAVY & HIGHWAY)
GROUP 1: Pick-ups, panel trucks, flatboy material trucks

(straight jobs), single axle dump trucks, dumpsters,

receivers, greasers, truck tireman
GROUP 2: Tandems, batch trucks, mechanics
GROUP 3: Semi-trailers, low-boy trucks, asphalt distributor

trucks, agitator, mixer trucks and dumpcrete type vehicles,

truck mechanic, fuel truck
GROUP 4: Specialized earth moving equipment - euclid type or

similar off-highway equipment, where not self-loaded,

straddle (ross) carrier, self-contained concrete unit
GROUP 5: Off-highway tandem back dump, twin engine equipment

and double hitched equipment where not self-loaded


FOOTNOTE:

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence

Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, provided

the employee works the day before and the day after the

holiday.
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WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing

operation to which welding is incidental.


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Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within

the scope of the classifications listed may be added after

award only as provided in the labor standards contract clauses

(29CFR 5.5 (a) (1) (ii)).

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The body of each wage determination lists the classification

and wage rates that have been found to be prevailing for the

cited type(s) of construction in the area covered by the wage

determination. The classifications are listed in alphabetical

order of "identifiers" that indicate whether the particular

rate is union or non-union.

Union Identifiers


An identifier enclosed in dotted lines beginning with

characters other than "SU" denotes that the union

classification and rate have found to be prevailing for that

classification. Example: PLUM0198-005 07/01/2011. The first

four letters , PLUM, indicate the international union and the

four-digit number, 0198, that follows indicates the local union

number or district council number where applicable , i.e.,

Plumbers Local 0198. The next number, 005 in the example, is

an internal number used in processing the wage determination.

The date, 07/01/2011, following these characters is the

effective date of the most current negotiated rate/collective

bargaining agreement which would be July 1, 2011 in the above

example.
Union prevailing wage rates will be updated to reflect any

changes in the collective bargaining agreements governing the

rates.
0000/9999: weighted union wage rates will be published annually

each January.


Non-Union Identifiers


Classifications listed under an "SU" identifier were derived

from survey data by computing average rates and are not union

rates; however, the data used in computing these rates may

include both union and non-union data. Example: SULA2004-007

5/13/2010. SU indicates the rates are not union majority rates,

LA indicates the State of Louisiana; 2004 is the year of the

survey; and 007 is an internal number used in producing the

wage determination. A 1993 or later date, 5/13/2010, indicates

the classifications and rates under that identifier were issued

as a General Wage Determination on that date.


Survey wage rates will remain in effect and will not change

until a new survey is conducted.


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WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS
1.) Has there been an initial decision in the matter? This can

be:
* an existing published wage determination

* a survey underlying a wage determination

* a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on

a wage determination matter

* a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling


On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests

for summaries of surveys, should be with the Wage and Hour

Regional Office for the area in which the survey was conducted

because those Regional Offices have responsibility for the

Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial

contact is not satisfactory, then the process described in 2.)

and 3.) should be followed.
With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal

process described here, initial contact should be with the

Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write to:
Branch of Construction Wage Determinations

Wage and Hour Division

U.S. Department of Labor

200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20210
2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an

interested party (those affected by the action) can request

review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour Administrator

(See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7). Write to:


Wage and Hour Administrator

U.S. Department of Labor

200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20210


The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the

interested party's position and by any information (wage

payment data, project description, area practice material,

etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the issue.


3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an

interested party may appeal directly to the Administrative

Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board). Write to:
Administrative Review Board

U.S. Department of Labor

200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20210


4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final.
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END OF GENERAL DECISION

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