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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF JUNE 05, 2010 FBO #3115
MODIFICATION

56 -- Concrete Foundation For Generator

Notice Date
6/3/2010
 
Notice Type
Modification/Amendment
 
NAICS
238110 — Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
 
Contracting Office
Other Defense Agencies, OSD - Public Affairs for Internal Communication, Defense Media Activity, 23755 Z Street, Riverside, California, 92518-2031, United States
 
ZIP Code
92518-2031
 
Solicitation Number
2165-9124-0512
 
Archive Date
7/2/2010
 
Point of Contact
Jessie Feliciano, Phone: 951-413-2406, Susan M. Madrid, Phone: 951-413-2371
 
E-Mail Address
jessie.feliciano@dma.mil, susan.madrid@dma.mil
(jessie.feliciano@dma.mil, susan.madrid@dma.mil)
 
Small Business Set-Aside
Total Small Business
 
Description
COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICITATION (Concrete Foundation for Generator) This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation/synopsis reference number 2165-9124-0512 is being issued as a Request for Quotations (RFQ) and incorporates the following with the word “quoter” substituted for “offeror”. Provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-40 dated 22 Apr 2010 and DFARS Change Notice 20100408. (1) FAR 52.212-1 (Instructions to Offerors – Commercial Items) (JUN 2008) : (a) Re para (a): NAICS 238110; this requirement is set-aside for Small Business, Size Standard 14 Millions. (b) Note that para (k) requires quoter to be registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database at time of contract award and throughout the performance period. (2) FAR 52.212-2 (Evaluation – Commercial Items) (JAN 1999) with the following insertion in para (a) “lowest priced technically acceptable quote with acceptable past performance.” Technical evaluation will be whether quoted items satisfy all required salient characteristics contained in CLIN 0001 below. (3) QUOTATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN 2:00 PM PACIFIC TIME June11, 2010 IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED. Quote submissions may be E-mailed to jessie.feliciano@dma.mil or sent via fax to (951) 413-2432. Due to technical issues, email and fax may not result in your proposal arriving before the cut-off time, please allow extra time if you’re sending your quote via electronic means. (4) Quotations must include completed copy of provision at FAR 52.212-3 (Offeror Representations and Certifications – Commercial Items) (FEB 2009) with Alt 1 (FEB 2009) or indication that reps and certs are located on the Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) website. CLIN 0001 Description: Description: Concrete Foundation for Generator. Provide all expertise labor and material to design/build a concrete foundation for a 2.25MW emergency generator and ATS pad. See Attached PWS. Qty 1 Job Price Total Price SHIPPING ADDRESS is: DMC Attn: GEORGE TAYLOR 23755 Z STREET RIVERSDIE, CA 92518-2017 All items must be quoted FOB Destination. Note: A PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE / SITE VIST 1. A pre-proposal conference, including site visit, will be held at Defense Media Center 23755 Z Street, Riverside CA on June 2, 2010, at 9:00 am. The purpose of the conference is to provide offerors an opportunity to attend a functional briefing of the DMC. The above listed emergency generators provide critical electrical power to several federal agencies within the confines of the main facility as well as all outer buildings and structures on this property. Most areas are connected to Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS’) to ensure there will not be a moment’s loss of service. The Contractor shall provide all expertise, materials and labor. The types of expertise and trade disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, direct digital control (DDC) system, diesel motors and cooling systems. The proposed contract shall provide and install all the equipment Request for Proposal (RFP). 2. Attendance at the conference is urged and expected for participation in the RFP. Due to security reason, advance registration with a list of attendees from each offeror is required. If any offeror does not register with the Contract Specialist, Mr. Jessie Feliciano, phone (951) 413-2406 or email: Jessie.feliciano@dma.mil 2 working days in advance, his attendance will be permitted on a space available basis only. Attendance is at the expense of the It is the responsibility of all interested quoters to review this site frequently for any updates/amendments that may occur during the solicitation process. The response date cited above does not obligate the Government to award a contract nor does it obligate the Government to pay for any proposal preparation costs. The Government reserves the right to cancel this procurement/solicitation either before or after the solicitation closing date, with no obligation to the quoter by the Government. All prospective contractors must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) in order to be eligible for contract award. For registration, go to http://www.ccr.gov/ and follow the instructions. The Government will issue an order to the responsible quote; with acceptable past performance, submitting the lowest priced technically acceptable quotation. This order will include the following referenced clauses, which may be accessed electronically at https://www.acquisition.gov/far/index.html: CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE 52.209-6 Protecting the Government's Interest When Subcontracting With Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment SEP 2006 52.211-13 Time Extensions SEP 2000 52.211-18 Variation in Estimated Quantity APR 1984 52.216-7 Alt I Allowable Cost and Payment (Dec 2002) - Alternate I FEB 1997 52.222-3 Convict Labor JUN 2003 52.222-6 Davis Bacon Act JUL 2005 52.222-7 Withholding of Funds FEB 1988 52.222-8 Payrolls and Basic Records FEB 1988 52.222-9 Apprentices and Trainees JUL 2005 52.222-10 Compliance with Copeland Act Requirements FEB 1988 52.222-11 Subcontracts (Labor Standards) JUL 2005 52.222-12 Contract Termination-Debarment FEB 1988 52.222-13 Compliance with Davis-Bacon and Related Act Regulations. FEB 1988 52.222-14 Disputes Concerning Labor Standards FEB 1988 52.222-15 Certification of Eligibility FEB 1988 52.222-21 Prohibition Of Segregated Facilities FEB 1999 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity MAR 2007 52.222-27 Affirmative Action Compliance Requirements for Construction FEB 1999 52.222-36 Affirmative Action For Workers With Disabilities JUN 1998 52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in Persons AUG 2007 52.222-51 Exemption from Application of the Service Contract act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements NOV 2007 52.222-53 Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements NOV 2007 52.223-16 Alt I IEEE 1680 Standard for the Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products (Dec 200&0 Alternate I DEC 2007 52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases FEB 2006 52.226-1 Utilization Of Indian Organizations And Indian-Owned Economic Enterprises JUN 2000 52.227-1 Authorization and Consent DEC 2007 52.232-5 Payments under Fixed-Price Construction Contracts SEP 2002 52.232-23 Alt I Assignment of Claims (Jan 1986) - Alternate I APR 1984 52.232-25 Prompt Payment OCT 2003 52.232-27 Prompt Payment for Construction Contracts SEP 2005 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contractor Registration OCT 2003 52.233-1 Disputes JUL 2002 52.233-3 Protest After Award AUG 1996 52.236-5 Material and Workmanship APR 1984 52.236-17 Layout of Work APR 1984 52.236-26 Preconstruction Conference FEB 1995 52.242-14 Suspension of Work APR 1984 52.243-5 Changes and Changed Conditions APR 1984 52.244-6 Subcontracts for Commercial Items MAR 2007 52.247-34 F.O.B. Destination NOV 1991 52.253-1 Computer Generated Forms JAN 1991 252.204-7003 Control Of Government Personnel Work Product APR 1992 252.204-7004 Alt A Central Contractor Registration (52.204-7) Alternate A SEP 2007 252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports MAR 2008 252.232-7010 Levies on Contract Payments DEC 2006 252.236-7000 Modification Proposals-Price Breakdown DEC 1991 252.236-7001 Contract Drawings, and Specifications AUG 2000 252.239-7001 Information Assurance Contractor Training and Certification JAN 2008 252.243-7001 Pricing Of Contract Modifications DEC 1991 FAR 52.204-9 (Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel (SEP 2007) FAR 52.212-4 (Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items) (MAR 2009) FAR 52.212-5 (Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive Orders-Commercial Items) (FEB 2010) FAR 52.219-8 (Utilization of Small Business Concerns) (MAY 2004) FAR 52.232-33 (Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contractor Registration) (OCT 2003) DFARS 252.204-7004, Alt A (Central Contractor Registration (CCR) (SEP 2007) DFARS 252.232-7003 (Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports) (MAR 2008) DFARS 252.246-7000 (Material Inspection and Receiving Report) (MAR 2008) Additional FAR and DFARS clauses required by the regulations will be included. Local DMC clauses, 52.0100-4028 (Contract Contact Information) (DMC) (JUN 2005) and 52.0100-4094 (Marking Instructions for All Items to Include Drop Ship and Direct Shipment) (JUN 2004), will be included. The Government reserves the right to make multiple awards if, after considering the additional administrative cost, it is in the Government’s best interest to do so. All items must be quoted FOB Destination. WAGE DETERMINATION Date: April 16, 2010 General Decision Number: CA20100025 04/16/2010 Superseded General Decision Number: CA20080025 State: California Construction Types: Building, Heavy (Heavy and Dredging) and Highway County: Ventura County in California. BUILDING, DREDGING (does not include hopper dredge work), HEAVY (does not include water well drilling), AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Modification Number Publication Date 0 03/12/2010 1 03/26/2010 2 04/02/2010 3 04/16/2010 ASBE0005-002 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes Asbestos Workers/Insulator (Includes the application of all insulating materials, protective coverings, coatings, and finishes to all types of mechanical systems).....$ 32.93 15.32 Fire Stop Technician (Application of Firestopping Materials for wall openings and penetrations in walls, floors, ceilings and curtain walls)...........................$ 24.21 13.76 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ASBE0005-004 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes Asbestos Removal worker/hazardous material handler (Includes preparation, wetting, stripping, removal, scrapping, vacuuming, bagging and disposing of all insulation materials from mechanical systems, whether they contain asbestos or not)....$ 18.85 8.03 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BOIL0092-003 10/01/2009 Rates Fringes BOILERMAKER......................$ 40.22 22.26 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BRCA0004-012 05/01/2009 Rates Fringes BRICKLAYER; MARBLE SETTER........$ 33.36 11.98 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BRCA0018-004 06/01/2008 Rates Fringes MARBLE FINISHER..................$ 25.52 9.08 TILE FINISHER....................$ 21.07 7.88 TILE LAYER.......................$ 32.05 11.99 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BRCA0018-010 09/01/2009 Rates Fringes TERRAZZO FINISHER................$ 26.59 9.62 TERRAZZO WORKER/SETTER...........$ 33.63 10.46 ---------------------------------------------------------------- CARP0409-001 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes CARPENTER (1) Carpenter, Cabinet Installer, Insulation Installer, Hardwood Floor Worker and acoustical installer...................$ 37.35 10.58 (2) Millwright..............$ 37.85 10.58 (3) Piledriver/Derrick Bargeman, Bridge or Dock Carpenter, Heavy Framer, Rock Bargeman or Scowman, Rockslinger, Shingler (Commercial)................$ 37.48 10.58 (4) Pneumatic Nailer, Power Stapler...............$ 37.60 10.58 (5) Sawfiler...............$ 37.44 10.58 (6) Scaffold Builder.......$ 28.55 10.58 (7) Table Power Saw Operator....................$ 37.45 10.58 FOOTNOTE: Work of forming in the construction of open cut sewers or storm drains, on operations in which horizontal lagging is used in conjunction with steel H-Beams driven or placed in pre- drilled holes, for that portion of a lagged trench against which concrete is poured, namely, as a substitute for back forms (which work is performed by piledrivers): $0.13 per hour additional. Certified Welder - $1.00 per hour premium. ---------------------------------------------------------------- CARP0409-002 07/01/2008 Rates Fringes Diver (1) Wet.....................$ 663.68 9.82 (2) Standby.................$ 331.84 9.82 (3) Tender..................$ 323.84 9.82 (4) Assistant Tender........$ 299.84 9.82 Amounts in "Rates' column are per day ---------------------------------------------------------------- CARP0409-005 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes Drywall DRYWALL INSTALLER/LATHER....$ 37.35 10.58 STOCKER/SCRAPPER............$ 10.00 6.67 ---------------------------------------------------------------- CARP0409-008 07/01/2008 Rates Fringes Modular Furniture Installer......$ 19.00 7.41 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0011-002 02/01/2010 COMMUNICATIONS AND SYSTEMS WORK Rates Fringes Communications System Installer...................$ 26.99 3%+8.64 Technician..................$ 28.79 3%+8.64 SCOPE OF WORK: Installation, testing, service and maintenance of systems utilizing the transmission and/or transference of voice, sound, vision and digital for commercial, educational, security and entertainment purposes for the following: TV monitoring and surveillance, background-foreground music, intercom and telephone interconnect, inventory control systems, microwave transmission, multi-media, multiplex, nurse call systems, radio page, school intercom and sound, burglar alarms, fire alarm (see last paragraph below) and low voltage master clock systems in commercial buildings. Communication Systems that transmit or receive information and/or control systems that are intrinsic to the above listed systems; inclusion or exclusion of terminations and testings of conductors determined by their function; excluding all other data systems or multiple systems which include control function or power supply; excluding installation of raceway systems, conduit systems, line voltage work, and energy management systems. Does not cover work performed at China Lake Naval Ordnance Test Station. Fire alarm work shall be performed at the current inside wireman total cost package. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0952-001 10/05/2009 Rates Fringes Electricians: (All work within 32 road miles from the nearest base point) Cable Splicer...............$ 40.81 3%+15.70 Electrician.................$ 37.10 3%+15.70 Transportation Systems Technician - Street Lighting & Traffic Signals..$ 37.10 3%+15.70 ALL WORK MORE THAN 32 ROAD MILES FROM NEAREST BASE POINT: Add $5.00 to the basic hourly rate. BASE POINTS: the main Post Office in the cities of Camarillo, Oak View, Oxnard, Santa Paula and Ventura. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEV0018-001 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes ELEVATOR MECHANIC................$ 45.33 20.035 FOOTNOTE: PAID VACATION: Employer contributes 8% of regular hourly rate as vacation pay credit for employees with more than 5 years of service, and 6% for 6 months to 5 years of service. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ENGI0012-003 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes OPERATOR: Power Equipment (All Other Work) GROUP 1....................$ 36.83 17.22 GROUP 2....................$ 37.61 17.22 GROUP 3....................$ 37.90 17.22 GROUP 4....................$ 39.39 17.22 GROUP 5....................$ 40.49 17.22 GROUP 6....................$ 39.61 17.22 GROUP 7....................$ 40.71 17.22 GROUP 8....................$ 39.72 17.22 GROUP 9....................$ 40.82 17.22 GROUP 10....................$ 39.84 17.22 GROUP 11....................$ 40.94 17.22 GROUP 12....................$ 40.01 17.22 GROUP 13....................$ 40.11 17.22 GROUP 14....................$ 40.14 17.22 GROUP 15....................$ 40.22 17.22 GROUP 16....................$ 40.34 17.22 GROUP 17....................$ 40.51 17.22 GROUP 18....................$ 40.61 17.22 GROUP 19....................$ 40.72 17.22 GROUP 20....................$ 40.84 17.22 GROUP 21....................$ 41.01 17.22 GROUP 22....................$ 41.11 17.22 GROUP 23....................$ 41.22 17.22 GROUP 24....................$ 41.34 17.22 GROUP 25....................$ 41.51 17.22 OPERATOR: Power Equipment (Cranes, Piledriving & Hoisting) GROUP 1....................$ 38.18 17.22 GROUP 2....................$ 38.96 17.22 GROUP 3....................$ 39.25 17.22 GROUP 4....................$ 39.39 17.22 GROUP 5....................$ 39.61 17.22 GROUP 6....................$ 39.72 17.22 GROUP 7....................$ 39.84 17.22 GROUP 8....................$ 40.01 17.22 GROUP 9....................$ 40.18 17.22 GROUP 10....................$ 41.18 17.22 GROUP 11....................$ 42.18 17.22 GROUP 12....................$ 43.18 17.22 GROUP 13....................$ 44.18 17.22 OPERATOR: Power Equipment (Tunnel Work) GROUP 1....................$ 38.68 17.22 GROUP 2....................$ 39.46 17.22 GROUP 3....................$ 39.75 17.22 GROUP 4....................$ 39.89 17.22 GROUP 5....................$ 40.11 17.22 GROUP 6....................$ 40.22 17.22 GROUP 7....................$ 40.34 17.22 PREMIUM PAY: $3.75 per hour shall be paid on all Power Equipment Operator work on the followng Military Bases: China Lake Naval Reserve, Vandenberg AFB, Point Arguello, Seely Naval Base, Fort Irwin, Nebo Annex Marine Base, Marine Corp Logistics Base Yermo, Edwards AFB, 29 Palms Marine Base and Camp Pendleton Workers required to suit up and work in a hazardous material environment: $2.00 per hour additional. Combination mixer and compressor operator on gunite work shall be classified as a concrete mobile mixer operator. SEE ZONE DEFINITIONS AFTER CLASSIFICATIONS POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Bargeman; Brakeman; Compressor operator; Ditch Witch, with seat or similar type equipment; Elevator operator-inside; Engineer Oiler; Forklift operator (includes loed, lull or similar types under 5 tons; Generator operator; Generator, pump or compressor plant operator; Pump operator; Signalman; Switchman GROUP 2: Asphalt-rubber plant operator (nurse tank operator); Concrete mixer operator-skip type; Conveyor operator; Fireman; Forklift operator (includes loed, lull or similar types over 5 tons; Hydrostatic pump operator; oiler crusher (asphalt or concrete plant); Petromat laydown machine; PJU side dum jack; Screening and conveyor machine operator (or similar types); Skiploader (wheel type up to 3/4 yd. without attachment); Tar pot fireman; Temporary heating plant operator; Trenching machine oiler GROUP 3: Asphalt-rubber blend operator; Bobcat or similar type (Skid steer); Equipment greaser (rack); Ford Ferguson (with dragtype attachments); Helicopter radioman (ground); Stationary pipe wrapping and cleaning machine operator GROUP 4: Asphalt plant fireman; Backhoe operator (mini-max or similar type); Boring machine operator; Boxman or mixerman (asphalt or concrete); Chip spreading machine operator; Concrete cleaning decontamination machine operator; Concrete Pump Operator (small portable); Drilling machine operator, small auger types (Texoma super economatic or similar types - Hughes 100 or 200 or similar types - drilling depth of 30' maximum); Equipment greaser (grease truck); Guard rail post driver operator; Highline cableway signalman; Horizontal Directional Drilling Machine; Hydra-hammer-aero stomper; Micro Tunneling (above ground tunnel); Power concrete curing machine operator; Power concrete saw operator; Power-driven jumbo form setter operator; Power sweeper operator; Rock Wheel Saw/Trencher; Roller operator (compacting); Screed operator (asphalt or concrete); Trenching machine operator (up to 6 ft.); Vacuum or much truck GROUP 5: Equipment Greaser (Grease Truck/Multi Shift). GROUP 6: Articulating material hauler; Asphalt plant engineer; Batch plant operator; Bit sharpener; Concrete joint machine operator (canal and similar type); Concrete planer operator; Dandy digger; Deck engine operator; Derrickman (oilfield type); Drilling machine operator, bucket or auger types (Calweld 100 bucket or similar types - Watson 1000 auger or similar types - Texoma 330, 500 or 600 auger or similar types - drilling depth of 45' maximum); Drilling machine operator; Hydrographic seeder machine operator (straw, pulp or seed), Jackson track maintainer, or similar type; Kalamazoo Switch tamper, or similar type; Machine tool operator; Maginnis internal full slab vibrator, Mechanical berm, curb or gutter(concrete or asphalt); Mechanical finisher operator (concrete, Clary-Johnson-Bidwell or similar); Micro tunnel system (below ground); Pavement breaker operator (truck mounted); Road oil mixing machine operator; Roller operator (asphalt or finish), rubber-tired earth moving equipment (single engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck); Self-propelled tar pipelining machine operator; Skiploader operator (crawler and wheel type, over 3/4 yd. and up to and including 1-1/2 yds.); Slip form pump operator (power driven hydraulic lifting device for concrete forms); Tractor operator-bulldozer, tamper-scraper (single engine, up to 100 h.p. flywheel and similar types, up to and including D-5 and similar types); Tugger hoist operator (1 drum); Ultra high pressure waterjet cutting tool system operator; Vacuum blasting machine operator GROUP 7: Welder - General GROUP 8: Asphalt or concrete spreading operator (tamping or finishing); Asphalt paving machine operator (Barber Greene or similar type); Asphalt-rubber distribution operator; Backhoe operator (up to and including 3/4 yd.), small ford, Case or similar; Cast-in-place pipe laying machine operator; Combination mixer and compressor operator (gunite work); Compactor operator (self-propelled); Concrete mixer operator (paving); Crushing plant operator; Drill Doctor; Drilling machine operator, Bucket or auger types (Calweld 150 bucket or similar types - Watson 1500, 2000 2500 auger or similar types - Texoma 700, 800 auger or similar types - drilling depth of 60' maximum); Elevating grader operator; Grade checker; Gradall operator; Grouting machine operator; Heavy-duty repairman; Heavy equipment robotics operator; Kalamazoo balliste regulator or similar type; Kolman belt loader and similar type; Le Tourneau blob compactor or similar type; Loader operator (Athey, Euclid, Sierra and similar types); Mobark Chipper or similar; Ozzie padder or similar types; P.C. slot saw; Pneumatic concrete placing machine operator (Hackley-Presswell or similar type); Pumpcrete gun operator; Rock Drill or similar types; Rotary drill operator (excluding caisson type); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator (single engine, caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any and all attachments over 25 yds. up to and including 50 cu. yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator (multiple engine up to and including 25 yds. struck); Rubber-tired scraper operator (self-loading paddle wheel type-John Deere, 1040 and similar single unit); Self- propelled curb and gutter machine operator; Shuttle buggy; Skiploader operator (crawler and wheel type over 1-1/2 yds. up to and including 6-1/2 yds.); Soil remediation plant operator; Surface heaters and planer operator; Tractor compressor drill combination operator; Tractor operator (any type larger than D-5 - 100 flywheel h.p. and over, or similar-bulldozer, tamper, scraper and push tractor single engine); Tractor operator (boom attachments), Traveling pipe wrapping, cleaning and bendng machine operator; Trenching machine operator (over 6 ft. depth capacity, manufacturer's rating); trenching Machine with Road Miner attachment (over 6 ft depth capacity): Ultra high pressure waterjet cutting tool system mechanic; Water pull (compaction) operator GROUP 9: Heavy Duty Repairman GROUP 10: Drilling machine operator, Bucket or auger types (Calweld 200 B bucket or similar types-Watson 3000 or 5000 auger or similar types-Texoma 900 auger or similar types-drilling depth of 105' maximum); Dual drum mixer, dynamic compactor LDC350 (or similar types); Monorail locomotive operator (diesel, gas or electric); Motor patrol-blade operator (single engine); Multiple engine tractor operator (Euclid and similar type-except Quad 9 cat.); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator (single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Pneumatic pipe ramming tool and similar types; Prestressed wrapping machine operator; Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator (single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber tired earth moving equipment operator (multiple engine, Euclid, caterpillar and similar over 25 yds. and up to 50 yds. struck), Tower crane repairman; Tractor loader operator (crawler and wheel type over 6-1/2 yds.); Woods mixer operator (and similar Pugmill equipment) GROUP 11: Heavy Duty Repairman - Welder Combination, Welder - Certified. GROUP 12: Auto grader operator; Automatic slip form operator; Drilling machine operator, bucket or auger types (Calweld, auger 200 CA or similar types - Watson, auger 6000 or similar types - Hughes Super Duty, auger 200 or similar types - drilling depth of 175' maximum); Hoe ram or similar with compressor; Mass excavator operator less tha 750 cu. yards; Mechanical finishing machine operator; Mobile form traveler operator; Motor patrol operator (multi-engine); Pipe mobile machine operator; Rubber-tired earth- moving equipment operator (multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar type, over 50 cu. yds. struck); Rubber-tired self- loading scraper operator (paddle-wheel-auger type self-loading - two (2) or more units) GROUP 13: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator operating equipment with push-pull system (single engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck) GROUP 14: Canal liner operator; Canal trimmer operator; Remote- control earth-moving equipment operator (operating a second piece of equipment: $1.00 per hour additional); Wheel excavator operator (over 750 cu. yds.) GROUP 15: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with push-pull system (single engine, Caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any and all attachments over 25 yds. and up to and including 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with push-pull system (multiple engine-up to and including 25 yds. struck) GROUP 16: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with push-pull system (single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with push-pull system (multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 25 yds. and up to 50 yds. struck) GROUP 17: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with push-pull system (multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 50 cu. yds. struck); Tandem tractor operator (operating crawler type tractors in tandem - Quad 9 and similar type) GROUP 18: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar types in any combination, excluding compaction units - single engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck) GROUP 19: Rotex concrete belt operator (or similar types); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar types in any combination, excluding compaction units - single engine, Caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any and all attachments over 25 yds.and up to and including 50 cu. yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar types in any combination, excluding compaction units - multiple engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck) GROUP 20: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar types in any combination, excluding compaction units - single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps, and similar types in any combination, excluding compaction units - multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 25 yds. and up to 50 yds. struck) GROUP 21: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar types in any combination, excluding compaction units - multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar type, over 50 cu. yds. struck) GROUP 22: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system (single engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck) GROUP 23: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system (single engine, Caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any and all attachments over 25 yds. and up to and including 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating with the tandem push-pull system (multiple engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck) GROUP 24: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system (single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system (multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 25 yds. and up to 50 yds. struck) GROUP 25: Concrete pump operator-truck mounted; Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system (multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar type, over 50 cu. yds. struck) CRANES, PILEDRIVING AND HOISTING EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Engineer oiler; Fork lift operator (includes loed, lull or similar types) GROUP 2: Truck crane oiler GROUP 3: A-frame or winch truck operator; Ross carrier operator (jobsite) GROUP 4: Bridge-type unloader and turntable operator; Helicopter hoist operator GROUP 5: Hydraulic boom truck; Stinger crane (Austin-Western or similar type); Tugger hoist operator (1 drum) GROUP 6: Bridge crane operator; Cretor crane operator; Hoist operator (Chicago boom and similar type); Lift mobile operator; Lift slab machine operator (Vagtborg and similar types); Material hoist and/or manlift operator; Polar gantry crane operator; Self Climbing scaffold (or similar type); Shovel, backhoe, dragline, clamshell operator (over 3/4 yd. and up to 5 cu. yds. mrc); Tugger hoist operator GROUP 7: Pedestal crane operator; Shovel, backhoe, dragline, clamshell operator (over 5 cu. yds. mrc); Tower crane repair; Tugger hoist operator (3 drum) GROUP 8: Crane operator (up to and including 25 ton capacity); Crawler transporter operator; Derrick barge operator (up to and including 25 ton capacity); Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (up to and including 25 ton capacity); Shovel, backhoe, dragline, clamshell operator (over 7 cu. yds., M.R.C.) GROUP 9: Crane operator (over 25 tons and up to and including 50 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 25 tons up to and including 50 tons mrc); Highline cableway operator; Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 25 tons up to and including 50 tons mrc); K-crane operator; Polar crane operator; Self erecting tower crane operator maximum lifting capacity ten tons GROUP 10: Crane operator (over 50 tons and up to and including 100 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 50 tons up to and including 100 tons mrc); Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 50 tons up to and including 100 tons mrc), Mobile tower crane operator (over 50 tons, up to and including 100 tons M.R.C.); Tower crane operator and tower gantry GROUP 11: Crane operator (over 100 tons and up to and including 200 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 100 tons up to and including 200 tons mrc); Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 100 tons up to and including 200 tons mrc); Mobile tower crane operator (over 100 tons up to and including 200 tons mrc) GROUP 12: Crane operator (over 200 tons up to and including 300 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 200 tons up to and including 300 tons mrc); Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 200 tons, up to and including 300 tons mrc); Mobile tower crane operator (over 200 tons, up to and including 300 tons mrc) GROUP 13: Crane operator (over 300 tons); Derrick barge operator (over 300 tons); Helicopter pilot; Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 300 tons); Mobile tower crane operator (over 300 tons) TUNNEL CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Skiploader (wheel type up to 3/4 yd. without attachment) GROUP 2: Power-driven jumbo form setter operator GROUP 3: Dinkey locomotive or motorperson (up to and including 10 tons) GROUP 4: Bit sharpener; Equipment greaser (grease truck); Slip form pump operator (power-driven hydraulic lifting device for concrete forms); Tugger hoist operator (1 drum); Tunnel locomotive operator (over 10 and up to and including 30 tons) GROUP 5: Backhoe operator (up to and including 3/4 yd.); Small Ford, Case or similar; Drill doctor; Grouting machine operator; Heading shield operator; Heavy-duty repairperson; Loader operator (Athey, Euclid, Sierra and similar types); Mucking machine operator (1/4 yd., rubber-tired, rail or track type); Pneumatic concrete placing machine operator (Hackley-Presswell or similar type); Pneumatic heading shield (tunnel); Pumpcrete gun operator; Tractor compressor drill combination operator; Tugger hoist operator (2 drum); Tunnel locomotive operator (over 30 tons) GROUP 6: Heavy Duty Repairman GROUP 7: Tunnel mole boring machine operator ENGINEERS ZONES $1.00 additional per hour for all of IMPERIAL County and the portions of KERN, RIVERSIDE & SAN BERNARDINO Counties as defined below: That area within the following Boundary: Begin in San Bernardino County, approximately 3 miles NE of the intersection of I-15 and the California State line at that point which is the NW corner of Section 1, T17N,m R14E, San Bernardino Meridian. Continue W in a straight line to that point which is the SW corner of the NW ¼ of Section 6, T27S, R42E, Mt. Diablo Meridian. Continue North to the intersection with the Inyo County Boundary at that point which is the NE corner of the W ½ of the N ¼ of Section 6, T25S, R42E, MDM. Continue W along the Inyo and San Bernardino County boundary until the intersection with Kern County, as that point which is the SE corner of Section 34, T24S, R40E, MDM. Continue W along the Inyo and Kern County boundary until the intersection with Tulare County, at that point which is the SW corner of the SE ¼ of Section 32, T24S, R37E, MDM. Continue W along the Kern and Tulare County boundary, until that point which is the NW corner of T25S, R32E, MDM. Continue S following R32E lines to the NW corner of T31S, R32E, MDM. Continue W to the NW corner of T31S, R31E, MDM. Continue S to the SW corner of T32S, R31E, MDM. Continue W to SW corner of SE ¼ of Section 34, T32S, R30E, MDM. Continue S to SW corner of T11N, R17W, SBM. Continue E along south boundary of T11N, SBM to SW corner of T11N, R7W, SBM. Continue S to SW corner of T9N, R7W, SBM. Continue E along south boundary of T9N, SBM to SW corner of T9N, R1E, SBM. Continue S along west boundary of R1E, SMB to Riverside County line at the SW corner of T1S, R1E, SBM. Continue E along south boundary of T1s, SBM (Riverside County Line) to SW corner of T1S, R10E, SBM. Continue S along west boundary of R10E, SBM to Imperial County line at the SW corner of T8S, R10E, SBM. Continue W along Imperial and Riverside county line to NW corner of T9S, R9E, SBM. Continue S along the boundary between Imperial and San Diego Counties, along the west edge of R9E, SBM to the south boundary of Imperial County/California state line. Follow the California state line west to Arizona state line, then north to Nevada state line, then continuing NW back to start at the point which is the NW corner of Section 1, T17N, R14E, SBM $1.00 additional per hour for portions of SAN LUIS OBISPO, KERN, SANTA BARBARA & VENTURA as defined below: That area within the following Boundary: Begin approximately 5 miles north of the community of Cholame, on the Monterey County and San Luis Obispo County boundary at the NW corner of T25S, R16E, Mt. Diablo Meridian. Continue south along the west side of R16E to the SW corner of T30S, R16E, MDM. Continue E to SW corner of T30S, R17E, MDM. Continue S to SW corner of T31S, R17E, MDM. Continue E to SW corner of T31S, R18E, MDM. Continue S along West side of R18E, MDM as it crosses into San Bernardino Meridian numbering area and becomes R30W. Follow the west side of R30W, SBM to the SW corner of T9N, R30W, SBM. Continue E along the south edge of T9N, SBM to the Santa Barbara County and Ventura County boundary at that point whch is the SW corner of Section 34.T9N, R24W, SBM, continue S along the Ventura County line to that point which is the SW corner of the SE ¼ of Section 32, T7N, R24W, SBM. Continue E along the south edge of T7N, SBM to the SE corner to T7N, R21W, SBM. Continue N along East side of R21W, SBM to Ventura County and Kern County boundary at the NE corner of T8N, R21W. Continue W along the Ventura County and Kern County boundary to the SE corner of T9N, R21W. Continue North along the East edge of R21W, SBM to the NE corner of T12N, R21W, SBM. Continue West along the north edge of T12N, SBM to the SE corner of T32S, R21E, MDM. [T12N SBM is a think strip between T11N SBM and T32S MDM]. Continue North along the East side of R21E, MDM to the Kings County and Kern County border at the NE corner of T25S, R21E, MDM, continue West along the Kings County and Kern County Boundary until the intersection of San Luis Obispo County. Continue west along the Kings County and San Luis Obispo County boundary until the intersection with Monterey County. Continue West along the Monterey County and San Luis Obispo County boundary to the beginning point at the NW corner of T25S, R16E, MDM. $2.00 additional per hour for INYO and MONO Counties and the Northern portion of SAN BERNARDINO County as defined below: That area within the following Boundary: Begin at the intersection of the northern boundary of Mono County and the California state line at the point which is the center of Section 17, T10N, R22E, Mt. Diablo Meridian. Continue S then SE along the entire western boundary of Mono County, until it reaches Inyo County at the point which is the NE corner of the W ½ of the NW ¼ of Section 2, T8S, R29E, MDM. Continue SSE along the entire western boundary of Inyo County, until the intersection with Kern County at the point which is the SW corner of the SE ¼ of Section 32, T24S, R37E, MDM. Continue E along the Inyo and Kern County boundary until the intersection with San Bernardino County at that point which is the SE corner of section 34, T24S, R40E, MDM. Continue E along the Inyo and San Bernardino County boundary until the point which is the NE corner of the W ½ of the NW ¼ of Section 6, T25S, R42E, MDM. Continue S to that point which is the SW corner of the NW ¼ of Section 6, T27S, R42E, MDM. Continue E in a straight line to the California and Nevada state border at the point which is the NW corner of Section 1, T17N, R14E, San Bernardino Meridian. Then continue NW along the state line to the starting point, which is the center of Section 18, T10N, R22E, MDM. REMAINING AREA NOT DEFINED ABOVE RECIEVES BASE RATE ---------------------------------------------------------------- ENGI0012-004 08/01/2009 Rates Fringes OPERATOR: Power Equipment (DREDGING) (1) Leverman................$ 44.83 17.22 (2) Dredge dozer............$ 40.36 17.22 (3) Deckmate................$ 40.25 17.22 (4) Winch operator (stern winch on dredge)............$ 39.70 17.22 (5) Fireman-Oiler, Deckhand, Bargeman, Leveehand...................$ 39.16 17.22 (6) Barge Mate..............$ 39.77 17.22 ---------------------------------------------------------------- IRON0002-004 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes Ironworkers: Fence Erector...............$ 26.58 15.24 Ornamental, Reinforcing and Structural..............$ 33.00 23.71 PREMIUM PAY: $6.00 additional per hour at the following locations: China Lake Naval Test Station, Chocolate Mountains Naval Reserve-Niland, Edwards AFB, Fort Irwin Military Station, Fort Irwin Training Center-Goldstone, San Clemente Island, San Nicholas Island, Susanville Federal Prison, 29 Palms - Marine Corps, U.S. Marine Base - Barstow, U.S. Naval Air Facility - Sealey, Vandenberg AFB $4.00 additional per hour at the following locations: Army Defense Language Institute - Monterey, Fallon Air Base, Naval Post Graduate School - Monterey, Yermo Marine Corps Logistics Center $2.00 additional per hour at the following locations: Port Hueneme, Port Mugu, U.S. Coast Guard Station - Two Rock ---------------------------------------------------------------- LABO0300-001 07/01/2008 Rates Fringes Brick Tender.....................$ 27.17 13.75 ---------------------------------------------------------------- LABO0300-003 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes LABORER (GUNITE) GROUP 1.....................$ 30.04 17.37 GROUP 2.....................$ 29.09 17.37 GROUP 3.....................$ 25.55 17.37 LABORER (TUNNEL) GROUP 1.....................$ 31.24 15.04 GROUP 2.....................$ 31.56 15.04 GROUP 3.....................$ 32.02 15.04 GROUP 4.....................$ 32.71 15.04 LABORER GROUP 1.....................$ 26.33 14.75 GROUP 2.....................$ 26.88 14.75 GROUP 3.....................$ 27.43 14.75 GROUP 4.....................$ 28.98 14.75 GROUP 5.....................$ 29.33 14.75 FOOTNOTE: GUNITE PREMIUM PAY: Workers working from a Bosn'n's Chair or suspended from a rope or cable shall receive 40 cents per hour above the foregoing applicable classification rates. Workers doing gunite and/or shotcrete work in a tunnel shall receive 35 cents per hour above the foregoing applicable classification rates, paid on a portal-to-portal basis. Any work performed on, in or above any smoke stack, silo, storage elevator or similar type of structure, when such structure is in excess of 75'-0" above base level and which work must be performed in whole or in part more than 75'-0" above base level, that work performed above the 75'-0" level shall be compensated for at 35 cents per hour above the applicable classification wage rate. LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Cleaning and handling of panel forms; Concrete screeding for rough strike-off; Concrete, water curing; Demolition laborer, the cleaning of brick if performed by a worker performing any other phase of demolition work, and the cleaning of lumber; Fire watcher, limber, brush loader, piler and debris handler; Flag person; Gas, oil and/or water pipeline laborer; Laborer, asphalt-rubber material loader; Laborer, general or construction; Laborer, general clean-up; Laborer, landscaping; Laborer, jetting; Laborer, temporary water and air lines; Material hose operator (walls, slabs, floors and decks); Plugging, filling of shee bolt holes; Dry packing of concrete; Railroad maintenance, repair track person and road beds; Streetcar and railroad construction track laborers; Rigging and signaling; Scaler; Slip form raiser; Tar and mortar; Tool crib or tool house laborer; Traffic control by any method; Window cleaner; Wire mesh pulling - all concrete pouring operations GROUP 2: Asphalt shoveler; Cement dumper (on 1 yd. or larger mixer and handling bulk cement); Cesspool digger and installer; Chucktender; Chute handler, pouring concrete, the handling of the chute from readymix trucks, such as walls, slabs, decks, floors, foundation, footings, curbs, gutters and sidewalks; Concrete curer, impervious membrane and form oiler; Cutting torch operator (demolition); Fine grader, highways and street paving, airport, runways and similar type heavy construction; Gas, oil and/or water pipeline wrapper - pot tender and form person; Guinea chaser; Headerboard person - asphalt; Laborer, packing rod steel and pans; Membrane vapor barrier installer; Power broom sweeper (small); Riprap stonepaver, placing stone or wet sacked concrete; Roto scraper and tiller; Sandblaster (pot tender); Septic tank digger and installer(lead); Tank scaler and cleaner; Tree climber, faller, chain saw operator, Pittsburgh chipper and similar type brush shredder; Underground laborer, including caisson bellower GROUP 3: Buggymobile person; Concrete cutting torch; Concrete pile cutter; Driller, jackhammer, 2-1/2 ft. drill steel or longer; Dri-pak-it machine; Gas, oil and/or water pipeline wrapper, 6-in. pipe and over, by any method, inside and out; High scaler (including drilling of same); Hydro seeder and similar type; Impact wrench multi-plate; Kettle person, pot person and workers applying asphalt, lay-kold, creosote, lime caustic and similar type materials ("applying" means applying, dipping, brushing or handling of such materials for pipe wrapping and waterproofing); Operator of pneumatic, gas, electric tools, vibrating machine, pavement breaker, air blasting, come-alongs, and similar mechanical tools not separately classified herein; Pipelayer's backup person, coating, grouting, making of joints, sealing, caulking, diapering and including rubber gasket joints, pointing and any and all other services; Rock slinger; Rotary scarifier or multiple head concrete chipping scarifier; Steel headerboard and guideline setter; Tamper, Barko, Wacker and similar type; Trenching machine, hand-propelled GROUP 4: Asphalt raker, lute person, ironer, asphalt dump person, and asphalt spreader boxes (all types); Concrete core cutter (walls, floors or ceilings), grinder or sander; Concrete saw person, cutting walls or flat work, scoring old or new concrete; Cribber, shorer, lagging, sheeting and trench bracing, hand-guided lagging hammer; Head rock slinger; Laborer, asphalt- rubber distributor boot person; Laser beam in connection with laborers' work; Oversize concrete vibrator operator, 70 lbs. and over; Pipelayer performing all services in the laying and installation of pipe from the point of receiving pipe in the ditch until completion of operation, including any and all forms of tubular material, whether pipe, metallic or non-metallic, conduit and any other stationary type of tubular device used for the conveying of any substance or element, whether water, sewage, solid gas, air, or other product whatsoever and without regard to the nature of material from which the tubular material is fabricated; No-joint pipe and stripping of same; Prefabricated manhole installer; Sandblaster (nozzle person), water blasting, Porta Shot-Blast GROUP 5: Blaster powder, all work of loading holes, placing and blasting of all powder and explosives of whatever type, regardless of method used for such loading and placing; Driller: All power drills, excluding jackhammer, whether core, diamond, wagon, track, multiple unit, and any and all other types of mechanical drills without regard to the form of motive power; Toxic waste removal TUNNEL LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Batch plant laborer; Bull gang mucker, track person; Changehouse person; Concrete crew, including rodder and spreader; Dump person; Dump person (outside); Swamper (brake person and switch person on tunnel work); Tunnel materials handling person GROUP 2: Chucktender, cabletender; Loading and unloading agitator cars; Nipper; Pot tender, using mastic or other materials (for example, but not by way of limitation, shotcrete, etc.); Vibrator person, jack hammer, pneumatic tools (except driller) GROUP 3: Blaster, driller, powder person; Chemical grout jet person; Cherry picker person; Grout gun person; Grout mixer person; Grout pump person; Jackleg miner; Jumbo person; Kemper and other pneumatic concrete placer operator; Miner, tunnel (hand or machine); Nozzle person; Operating of troweling and/or grouting machines; Powder person (primer house); Primer person; Sandblaster; Shotcrete person; Steel form raiser and setter; Timber person, retimber person, wood or steel; Tunnel Concrete finisher GROUP 4: Diamond driller; Sandblaster; Shaft and raise work GUNITE LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Rodmen, Nozzlemen GROUP 2: Gunmen GROUP 3: Reboundmen ---------------------------------------------------------------- LABO0300-005 08/05/2009 Rates Fringes LABORER PLASTER CLEAN-UP LABORER....$ 26.65 14.70 PLASTER TENDER..............$ 29.20 14.70 ---------------------------------------------------------------- LABO0882-002 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes Asbestos Removal Laborer.........$ 26.15 14.25 SCOPE OF WORK: Includes site mobilization, initial site cleanup, site preparation, removal of asbestos-containing material and toxic waste, encapsulation, enclosure and disposal of asbestos- containing materials and toxic waste by hand or with equipment or machinery; scaffolding, fabrication of temporary wooden barriers and assembly of decontamination stations. ---------------------------------------------------------------- LABO1184-001 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes Laborers: (HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONAL DRILLING) (1) Drilling Crew Laborer...$ 27.05 10.40 (2) Vehicle Operator/Hauler.$ 27.22 10.40 (3) Horizontal Directional Drill Operator..............$ 29.07 10.40 (4) Electronic Tracking Locator.....................$ 31.07 10.40 Laborers: (STRIPING/SLURRY SEAL) GROUP 1.....................$ 28.50 13.56 GROUP 2.....................$ 29.80 13.56 GROUP 3.....................$ 31.81 13.56 GROUP 4.....................$ 33.55 13.56 LABORERS - STRIPING CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Protective coating, pavement sealing, including repair and filling of cracks by any method on any surface in parking lots, game courts and playgrounds; carstops; operation of all related machinery and equipment; equipment repair technician GROUP 2: Traffic surface abrasive blaster; pot tender - removal of all traffic lines and markings by any method (sandblasting, waterblasting, grinding, etc.) and preparation of surface for coatings. Traffic control person: controlling and directing traffic through both conventional and moving lane closures; operation of all related machinery and equipment GROUP 3: Traffic delineating device applicator: Layout and application of pavement markers, delineating signs, rumble and traffic bars, adhesives, guide markers, other traffic delineating devices including traffic control. This category includes all traffic related surface preparation (sandblasting, waterblasting, grinding) as part of the application process. Traffic protective delineating system installer: removes, relocates, installs, permanently affixed roadside and parking delineation barricades, fencing, cable anchor, guard rail, reference signs, monument markers; operation of all related machinery and equipment; power broom sweeper GROUP 4: Striper: layout and application of traffic stripes and markings; hot thermo plastic; tape traffic stripes and markings, including traffic control; operation of all related machinery and equipment ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0036-007 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes Painters: (1) Repaint Including Lead Abatement...................$ 23.10 9.41 (2) High Iron & Steel.......$ 29.39 9.41 (3) Journeyman Painter including Lead Abatement....$ 27.39 9.41 REPAINT of any previously painted structure. Exceptions: work involving the aerospace industry, breweries, commercial recreational facilities, hotels which operate commercial establishments as part of hotel service, and sports facilities. HIGH IRON & STEEL: Aerial towers, towers, radio towers, smoke stacks, flag poles (any flag poles that can be finished from the ground with a ladder excluded), elevated water towers, steeples and domes in their entirety and any other extremely high and hazardous work, cooning steel, bos'n chair, or other similar devices, painting in other high hazardous work shall be classified as high iron & steel ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0036-008 01/06/2010 Rates Fringes DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER...........$ 33.22 12.19 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0036-015 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes GLAZIER..........................$ 36.90 18.71 FOOTNOTE: Additional $1.25 per hour for work in a condor, from the third (3rd) floor and up Additional $1.25 per hour for work on the outside of the building from a swing stage or any suspended contrivance, from the ground up ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN1247-002 01/01/2010 Rates Fringes SOFT FLOOR LAYER.................$ 30.85 10.54 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLAS0200-009 08/05/2009 Rates Fringes PLASTERER........................$ 35.41 9.88 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLAS0500-002 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 29.50 18.40 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLUM0016-001 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER (1) Work on strip malls, light commercial, tenant improvement and remodel work........................$ 28.84 14.47 (2) Work on new additions and remodeling of bars, restaurant, stores and commercial buildings not to exceed 5,000 sq. ft. of floor space.................$ 35.97 15.86 (3) All other work..........$ 37.10 16.84 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLUM0345-001 07/01/2009 Rates Fringes PLUMBER Landscape/Irrigation Fitter.$ 26.70 13.84 Sewer & Storm Drain Work....$ 25.18 15.67 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ROOF0036-002 08/01/2009 Rates Fringes ROOFER...........................$ 33.15 8.47 FOOTNOTE: Pitch premium: Work on which employees are exposed to pitch fumes or required to handle pitch, pitch base or pitch impregnated products, or any material containing coal tar pitch, the entire roofing crew shall receive $1.75 per hour "pitch premium" pay. ---------------------------------------------------------------- SFCA0669-010 01/01/2009 DOES NOT INCLUDE PORT HUENEME, PORT MUGU, THE CITY OF SANTA PAULA, AND THAT PART OF VENTURA COUNTY WITHIN 25 MILES OF THE CITY LIMITS OF LOS ANGELES: Rates Fringes SPRINKLER FITTER.................$ 32.65 16.05 (FIRE) ---------------------------------------------------------------- SFCA0709-001 01/01/2010 PORT HUENEME, PORT MUGU, THE CITY OF SANTA PAULA, AND THAT PART OF VENTURA COUNTY WITHIN 25 MILES OF THE CITY LIMITS OF LOS ANGELES: Rates Fringes SPRINKLER FITTER (Fire)..........$ 39.08 21.95 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0273-002 02/01/2010 Rates Fringes SHEET METAL WORKER...............$ 38.04 15.93 HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Indepdendence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day,Thankisgiving Day & Friday after, Christmas Day ---------------------------------------------------------------- * TEAM0011-002 07/01/2008 Rates Fringes TRUCK DRIVER GROUP 1....................$ 26.44 18.24 GROUP 2....................$ 26.59 18.24 GROUP 3....................$ 26.72 18.24 GROUP 4....................$ 26.91 18.24 GROUP 5....................$ 26.94 18.24 GROUP 6....................$ 26.97 18.24 GROUP 7....................$ 27.22 18.24 GROUP 8....................$ 27.47 18.24 GROUP 9....................$ 27.67 18.24 GROUP 10....................$ 27.97 18.24 GROUP 11....................$ 28.47 18.24 GROUP 12....................$ 28.90 18.24 WORK ON ALL MILITARY BASES: PREMIUM PAY: $3.00 per hour additional. [29 palms Marine Base, Camp Roberts, China Lake, Edwards AFB, El Centro Naval Facility, Fort Irwin, Marine Corps Logistics Base at Nebo & Yermo, Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Point Arguello, Point Conception, Vandenberg AFB] TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Truck driver GROUP 2: Driver of vehicle or combination of vehicles - 2 axles; Traffic control pilot car excluding moving heavy equipment permit load; Truck mounted broom GROUP 3: Driver of vehicle or combination of vehicles - 3 axles; Boot person; Cement mason distribution truck; Fuel truck driver; Water truck - 2 axle; Dump truck, less than 16 yds. water level; Erosion control driver GROUP 4: Driver of transit mix truck, under 3 yds.; Dumpcrete truck, less than 6-1/2 yds. water level GROUP 5: Water truck, 3 or more axles; Truck greaser and tire person ($0.50 additional for tire person); Pipeline and utility working truck driver, including winch truck and plastic fusion, limited to pipeline and utility work; Slurry truck driver GROUP 6: Transit mix truck, 3 yds. or more; Dumpcrete truck, 6-1/2 yds. water level and over; Vehicle or combination of vehicles - 4 or more axles; Oil spreader truck; Dump truck, 16 yds. to 25 yds. water level GROUP 7: A Frame, Swedish crane or similar; Forklift driver; Ross carrier driver GROUP 8: Dump truck, 25 yds. to 49 yds. water level; Truck repair person; Water pull - single engine; Welder GROUP 9: Truck repair person/welder; Low bed driver, 9 axles or over GROUP 10: Dump truck - 50 yds. or more water level; Water pull - single engine with attachment GROUP 11: Water pull - twin engine; Water pull - twin engine with attachments; Winch truck driver - $1.25 additional when operating winch or similar special attachments GROUP 12: Boom Truck 17K and above ---------------------------------------------------------------- WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is incidental. ================================================================ 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)). ---------------------------------------------------------------- In the listing above, the "SU" designation means that rates listed under the identifier do not reflect collectively bargained wage and fringe benefit rates. Other designations indicate unions whose rates have been determined to be prevailing. ---------------------------------------------------------------- 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. ================================================================ END OF GENERAL DECISION Approved for posting at FBO: CHANGE NOTE: THE QUOTATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN 2:00 PM PACIFIC TIME June11, 2010
 
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