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PW Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab ProjectCITY OF SAN RAFAEL Department of Public Works 111 Morphew Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901 Public Works Contract for Projects up to $175,000 This public works contract ("Contract") is entered into by and between the City of San Rafael ("City") and Van Midde & Son Concrete ("Contractor"), a corporation authorized to do business in California, for work on the City's Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project ("Project"), and is effective on %1 12 2019 ("Effective Date"). The parties agree as follows: 1. Scope of Work. Contractor will perform and provide all labor, materials, equipment, supplies, transportation, and any and all other items or services necessary to perform and complete the work required for the Project ("Work"), as specified in Exhibit A, Proposal, and according to the terms and conditions of this Contract, including all attachments to the Contract and any other documents and statutes incorporated by reference. To the extent that any attachment contains provisions that conflict or are inconsistent with the terms set forth in the body of this Contract, the Contract terms will control. This Project requires a valid California contractor's license for the following classification (s): A 2. Contract Documents. The Contract Documents incorporated into this Contract include and are comprised of all of the documents listed below: 2.1 Contract; 2.2 Addenda, if any; 2.3 Exhibit A — Proposal; 2.4 Exhibit B — Additional Requirements for Davis -Bacon Compliance; 2.5 Exhibit C — Davis -Bacon Wage Determination CA20190007 11/08/2019; 2.6 Exhibit D — HUD Form 4010; 3. Contract Price. As full and complete compensation for Contractor's timely performance and completion of the Work in strict accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract, City will pay Contractor $14,000 (the "Contract Price") for all of Contractor's direct and indirect costs to perform the Work, including all labor, materials, supplies, equipment, taxes, insurance, bonds and all overhead costs, in accordance with the payment provisions contained herein. 3.1 Payment. Contractor must submit an invoice on the first day of each month during the Contract Time, defined in Section 3 below, and/or upon completion, for the Work performed during the preceding month, itemizing labor, materials, equipment and any incidental costs incurred. Contractor warrants that title to all work, materials and equipment incorporated into the Work will pass to City free of any claims, liens, or encumbrances upon payment to Contractor. 3.2 Payment and Performance Bonds. If the Contract Price is over $25,000, then Contractor must provide City with a payment bond and a performance bond using the bond forms included in this Contract and submit the bonds with the executed Contract. Each bond must be issued by a surety admitted in California. If an issuing surety cancels a bond or becomes insolvent, Contractor must provide a substitute bond from a surety acceptable to City within seven days after written notice from City. If Contractor fails to substitute an acceptable surety within the specified time, City may, in its sole discretion and without prior notice to Contractor, purchase such bond(s) at Contractor's expense and deduct the cost from payments otherwise due to Contractor, or terminate the Contract. Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Page 1 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 -i - LP LV 4. Time for Completion. Contractor will fully complete the Work within 15 days from the date the City authorizes Contractor to proceed with the Work ("Contract Time"). 5. Liquidated Damages. If Contractor fails to complete the Work within the Contract Time, Contractor must pay liquidated damages in the amount of $500 per day for each day of unexcused delay in completion. 6. Standard of Care. All Work must be provided in a manner that meets or exceeds the standard of care applicable to the same type of work in the City of San Rafael. Contractor must promptly correct, at Contractor's sole expense, any Work that the City determines is deficient or defective. 7. Permits and Licenses. Contractor, at its sole expense, must obtain and maintain during the term of this Contract, all appropriate permits, certificates and licenses including, but not limited to, the required California contractor's license and a City business license. 8. Indemnification. Contractor will indemnify, defend with counsel acceptable to City, and hold harmless to the full extent permitted by law, City, its governing body, officers, agents, employees, and volunteers from and against any and all liability, demands, loss, damage, claims, settlements, expenses, and costs (including, without limitation, attorney fees, expert witness fees, and costs and fees of litigation) (collectively, "Liability") of every nature arising out of or in connection with Contractor's acts or omissions with respect to this Contract, except such Liability caused by the active negligence, sole negligence, or willful misconduct of the City. This indemnification obligation is not limited by any limitation on the amount or type of damages or compensation payable under Workers' Compensation or other employee benefit acts, or by insurance coverage limits, and will survive the expiration or early termination of this Contract. City will notify Contractor of any third -party claim pursuant to Public Contract Code section 9201. 9. Insurance. Contractor will, at all times under this Contract, maintain the insurance coverage required in this section to cover the activities of Contractor and any subcontractors relating to or arising from performance of the Work. Each policy must be issued by a company licensed to do business in California, and with a strength and size rating from A.M. Best Company of A -VIII or better. Contractor must provide City with certificates of insurance and required endorsements as evidence of coverage with the executed Contract, or through the PINSAdvantage website _https://www.pinsadvantage.com/ upon request by the City, and before the City authorizes Contractor to proceed with the Work. 9.1 Workers' Compensation. Statutory coverage is required by the California Workers' Compensation Insurance and Safety Act. If Contractor is self-insured, it must provide its duly authorized Certificate of Permission to Self -Insure In addition, Contractor must provide employer's liability insurance with limits of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 9.2 Liability. Commercial General Liability ("CGL") insurance issued on an occurrence basis, including coverage for liability arising from Contractor's or its subcontractor's acts or omissions in performing the Work, including Contractor's protected coverage, blanket contractual, products and completed operations, broad form property damage, vehicular coverage, and employer's non -ownership liability coverage, with limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 general aggregate. 9.3 Automotive. Commercial automotive liability coverage for owned, non -owned and hired vehicles must provide coverage of at least $1,000,000 combined single limit per accident for bodily injury, death, or property damage. 9.4 Subrogation Waiver. Each required policy must include an endorsement that the insurer waives any right of subrogation it may have against the City or the City's insurers. 9.5 Required Endorsements. The CGL policy and the automotive liability policy must include the following specific endorsements: Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project* 11327 Page 2 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 (1) The City, including its Council, officials, officers, employees, agents, volunteers and consultants (collectively, "Additional Insured") must be named as an additional insured for all liability arising out of the operations by or on behalf of the named insured, and the policy must protect the Additional Insured against any and all liability for personal injury, death or property damage or destruction arising directly or indirectly in the performance of the Contract. (2) The inclusion of more than one insured will not operate to impair the rights of one insured against another, and the coverages afforded will apply as though separate policies have been issued to each insured. (3) The insurance provided is primary and no insurance held or owned by City may be called upon to contribute to a loss ("primary and non-contributory"). (4) Any umbrella or excess insurance must contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage will also apply on a primary or non-contributory basis for the benefit of City before the City's own insurance or self-insurance will be called upon to protect it as a named insured. (5) This policy does not exclude explosion, collapse, underground excavation hazard, or removal of lateral support. 10. Labor Code Compliance. Unless the Contract Price is $1,000 or less, the Contract is subject to all applicable requirements of Chapter 1 of Part 7 of Division 2 of the Labor Code, beginning at section 1720, and the related regulations, including but not limited to requirements pertaining to wages, working hours and workers' compensation insurance. Contractor must also post all job site notices required by laws or regulations pursuant to Labor Code section 1771.4. 10.1 Prevailing Wages. Each worker performing Work under this Contract that is covered under Labor Code section 1720 or 1720.9, must be paid at a rate not less than the prevailing wage as defined in sections 1771 and 1774 of the Labor Code. The prevailing wage rates are on file with the City Engineer's office and are available online at http://www.dir.ca.gov/DLSR. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1775, Contractor and any subcontractor will forfeit to City as a penalty up to $200 for each calendar day, or portion of a day, for each worker paid less than the applicable prevailing wage rate, in addition to paying each worker the difference between the applicable wage rate and the amount actually paid. 10.1a Davis -Bacon Act. Contractor will pay wages to laborers and mechanics, not less than once a week, and at a rate not less than the current federal prevailing wages specified in the Davis -Bacon Act Wage Determination attached hereto and incorporated herein. By entering into this Contract, Contractor accepts the attached Wage Determination included as Exhibit C. The Contractor shall comply with all federal requirements for Davis -Bacon prevailing wage rates and pay the higher of the two rates (i.e. Federal vs. State prevailing wages). 10.2 Working Day. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1810, eight hours of labor consists of a legal day's work. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1813, Contractor will forfeit to City as a penalty the sum of $25 for each day during which a worker employed by Contractor or any subcontractor is required or permitted to work more than eight hours during any one calendar day, or more than 40 hours per calendar week, unless such workers are paid overtime wages under Labor Code section 1815. All Work must be carried out during regular City working days and hours unless otherwise specified in Exhibit A or authorized in writing by City. 10.3 Payroll Records. Contractor and its subcontractors must maintain certified payroll records in compliance with Labor Code sections 1776 and 1812, and all implementing regulations promulgated by Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Page 3 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 the Department of Industrial Relations ("DIR"). For each payroll record, Contractor and its subcontractors must certify under penalty of perjury that the information in the record is true and correct, and that it has complied with the requirements of Labor Code sections 1771, 1811, and 1815. Unless the Contract Price is under $25,000, Contractor must electronically submit certified payroll records to the Labor Commissioner as required under California law and regulations. 10.4 Apprentices. If the Contract Price is $30,000 or more, Contractor must comply with the apprenticeship requirements in Labor Code section 1777.5. 10.5 DIR Monitoring, Enforcement, and Registration. This Project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5, and, subject to the exception set forth below, Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the DIR to perform public works projects. The registration requirements of Labor Code section 1725.5 do not apply if the Contract Price is for under $25,000. 11. Workers' Compensation Certification. Under Labor Code section 1861, by signing this Contract, Contractor certifies as follows: "I am aware of the provisions of Labor Code section 3700 which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self- insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the Work on this Contract." 12. Termination. 12.1 Termination for Convenience. City reserves the right to terminate all or part of the Contract for convenience upon written notice to Contractor. Upon receipt of such notice, Contractor must: immediately stop the Work, including under any terms or conditions that may be specified in the notice; comply with City's instructions to protect the completed Work and materials; and use its best efforts to minimize further costs. In the event of City's termination for convenience, Contractor waives any claim for damages, including for loss of anticipated profits from the Project. If City terminates the Contract for convenience, City will only owe Contractor payment for the Work satisfactorily performed before Contract termination, as well as five percent of the total value of the Work performed as of the date of notice of termination or five percent of the value of the Work yet to be completed, whichever is less, which is deemed to cover all overhead and profit to date. 12.2 Termination for Default. The City may terminate this Contract for cause for any material default. Contractor may be deemed in default for a material breach of or inability to perform the Contract, including Contractor's refusal or failure to supply sufficient skilled workers, proper materials, or equipment to perform the Work within the Contract Time; refusal or failure to make prompt payment to its employees, subcontractors, or suppliers or to correct rejected work; disregard of laws, regulations, ordinances, rules, or orders of any public agency with jurisdiction over the Project; lack of financial capacity to complete the Work within the Contract Time; or responsibility for any other material breach of the Contract requirements. If City terminates the Contract for cause, City will only owe Contractor payment for the Work satisfactorily performed before Contract termination. 13. Dispute Resolution. Any dispute arising under or related to this Contract is subject to the dispute resolution procedures of Public Contract Code sections 9401 and 20104 et. seq., which are incorporated by reference. 14. Waiver. A waiver by City of any breach of any term, covenant, or condition in this Contract will not be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant, or condition contained herein, regardless of the character of any such breach 15. Warranty. Contractor guarantees and warrants the Work and the materials used or provided for the Project for a period of one year, beginning upon City's acceptance of the Work for the Project as Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Page 4 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 complete ("Warranty Period"). During the Warranty Period, upon notice from the City of any defect in the Work or the materials, Contractor must, at its sole expense, promptly repair or replace the defective Work or materials, including repair or replacement of any other Work or materials that is or are displaced or damaged during the warranty work, excepting any damage resulting from ordinary wear and tear. 16. Worksite Conditions. 16.1 Clean and Safe. Contractor must maintain the Work site and staging and storage areas in a clean and neat condition and must ensure it is safe and secure. On a daily basis the Contractor must remove and properly dispose of debris and waste materials from the Work site. 16.2 Inspection. Contractor will make the Work accessible at all times for inspection by the City 16.3 Hazardous Materials. Unless otherwise specified in the Contract documents, this Contract does not include the removal, handling, or disturbance of any asbestos or other hazardous materials, as identified by any federal, state, or local law or regulation. If Contractor encounters materials on the Project site that Contractor reasonably believes to be asbestos or other hazardous materials, and the asbestos or other hazardous materials have not been rendered harmless, Contractor may continue Work in unaffected areas reasonably believed to be safe, but must immediately cease Work on the area affected and report the condition to City. No asbestos, asbestos -containing products or other hazardous materials may be used in performance of the Work. 16.4 Utilities, Trenching and Excavation. As required by Government Code section 4215, if, during the performance of the Work, Contractor discovers utility facilities not identified by City in the Contract documents, Contractor must immediately provide written notice to City and the utility. In performing any excavations or trenching work, Contractor must comply with all applicable operator requirements in Government Code sections 4216 through 4216.5. If the trenching or excavation extends deeper than four feet below the surface, then it must also comply with Public Contract Code section 7104. 17. Records. Unless otherwise specified in Exhibit A, Contractor must maintain and update a separate set of as -built drawings while the Work is being performed, showing changes from the Work as planned in Exhibit A, or any drawings incorporated into this Contract The as -built drawings must be updated as changes occur, on a daily basis if necessary. 18. Conflicts of Interest. Contractor, its employees, subcontractors and agents, may not have, maintain or acquire a conflict of interest in relation to this Contract in violation of any City ordinance or policy or in violation of any California law, including under Government Code section 1090 et seq. and under the Political Reform Act as set forth in Government Code section 81000 et seq. and its accompanying regulations. Any violation of this Section constitutes a material breach of the Contract. 19. Non -Discrimination. No discrimination will be made in the employment of persons under this Contract because of the race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender or sexual orientation of such person. 20. Independent Contractor. City and Contractor intend that Contractor will perform the Work under this Contract as an independent contractor. Contractor is solely responsible for its means and methods in performing the Work. Contractor is not an employee of City and is not entitled to participate in health, retirement or any other employee benefits from City. 21. Assignment of Unfair Business Practice Claims. Under Public Contract Code section 7103.5, Contractor and its subcontractors agree to assign to City all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may have under section 4 of the Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. section 15) or under the Cartwright Act (Chapter 2 (commencing with section 16700) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code), arising from purchases of goods, services, or materials pursuant to the Contract or any Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Page 5 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 subcontract. This assignment will be effective at the time City tenders final payment to Contractor, without further acknowledgement by the parties. 22. Notice. Any notice, billing, or payment required by or pursuant to the Contract documents must be made in writing, signed, dated and sent to the other party by personal delivery, U.S. Mail, a reliable overnight delivery service, or by email as a PDF (or comparable) file. Notice is deemed effective upon delivery unless otherwise specified. Notice for each party must be given as follows: City: Address: 111 Morphew Street City/State/Zip: San Rafael, CA 94901 Phone: 415.458.5326 Attn: Theo Sanchez, Associate Civil Engineer Email: Theo. Sanchez(cD-CityofSanRafael. org Contractor: Name: Van Midde & Son Concrete Address: 490 B Street City/State/Zip: San Rafael, CA 94901 Phone: 415-459-2530 Attn: Ted Van Midde III Email: info@vanmiddeconcrete.com 23. General Provisions. 23.1 Compliance with All Laws. Contractor will comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations including, but not limited to, unemployment insurance benefits, FICA laws, conflict of interest laws, and local ordinances. Work may only be performed by qualified and experienced workers who are not employed by the City and who do not have any contractual relationship with City, with the exception of this Contract. 23.2 Provisions Deemed Inserted. Every provision of law required to be inserted in the Contract is deemed to be inserted, and the Contract will be construed and enforced as though such provision has been included. If it is discovered that through mistake or otherwise that any required provision was not inserted, or not correctly inserted, the Contract will be deemed amended accordingly. 23.3 Assignment and Successors. Contractor may not assign its rights or obligations under this Contract, in part or in whole, without City's written consent. This Contract is binding on Contractor's and City's lawful heirs, successors and permitted assigns. 23.4 Third Party Beneficiaries. There are no intended third -party beneficiaries to this Contract. 23.5 Governing Law and Venue. This Contract will be governed by California law and venue will be in the Superior Court of Marin County, and no other place. 23.6 Amendment. No amendment or modification of this Contract will be binding unless it is in a writing duly authorized and signed by the parties to this Contract. 23.7 Integration; Severability. This Contract and the Contract documents incorporated herein, including authorized amendments or change orders thereto, constitute the final, complete, and exclusive terms of the agreement between City and Contractor. If any provision of the Contract documents, or portion of a provision, is determined to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Contract documents will remain in full force and effect. Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project* 11327 Page 6 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 23.8 Authorization. Each individual signing below warrants that he or she is authorized to do so by the party that he or she represents, and that this Contract is legally binding on that party. If Contractor is a corporation, signatures from two officers of the corporation are required pursuant to California Corporation Code section 313. [Signatures are on the following page.] Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project* 11327 Page 7 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 The parties agree to this Contract as witnessed by the signatures below: CITY: s/ ^� Jim Schultz, City Manager Date: I Z � Z ✓ � / Attest: � s/ �.J( , U r\6S 6y U caa Lindsay Lara, City Clerk Date: 1Z I' V f 7-0o CONTRACTOR: Approv d as to form: s/ l zL Y# #,Robert F. Epstein, City/Attorney Date: County of Marin r1 Seal: �Fi it tAw Al l I VL/ F- _ /,0/? - Namemiiie s/ Name/Title Date: (7� Sb'y 5R/Pr- 30 2( Contractor's California License Number(s) and Expiration Date(s) Exhibit A: Proposal Exhibit B: Davis -Bacon Compliance Exhibit C: Davis -Bacon Wage Decision CA20190007 Exhibit D: HUD Form 4010 END OF CONTRACT Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Page 8 Approved by City Attorney, dated 10/16/2019 Exhibit A PROPOSAL Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project* 11327 Scope of Work Approved by City Attorney, dated <insert date> Proposal AI., n1 A77 Van Midde & Son Concrete HAD. 490 B Street, San Rafael CA 94901 p. (415) 459-2530 Date 11/8/2018 fax. (415) 459-3028 e-mail: info@vanmiddeconcrete.com website: www.vanmiddeconcrete.com • C 011 C R E T E CA State License: #676584 PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO PHONE FAX NUMBER City of San Rafael — Public Works 415-485-3373, 415-725-1209 covered by Workers Compensation Insurance. If either party becomes Involved In litigation Note:This proposal may be E-MAIL ADDRESS Attn: Mark Wright Mark.Wright@cityofsanrafael.org JOB LOCATION 111 Morphew Street. Pickleweed Park: 50 Canal St, San Rafael CITY, STATE, ZIP ESTIMATOR San Rafael, CA 94901 Ted Van Midde III We hereby submit the following specifications and estimates: Job Description: Remove and replace existing concrete countertop at outside BBQ. Re -use existing plumbing and sinks and BBQ grill. The city to replace plumbing and faucets if need be. Concrete to be minimum 4" thick, smooth finish reinforced with 3/8" rebar. L.S. $14,000.00 If in the event it becomes necessary for contractor by lien or other action to enforce collection of any amount payable by buyer hereunder, buyer agrees to pay contractor all expenses Including Interest and attorney's fees. Finance charges of 1 1/2% per month (18% annual percentage rate) on overdue accounts may be charged. In the State of California contractors are required by law to be licensed and regulated by the Contractor's State License Board. Any questions concerning a contractor may be referred to the Registrar of the Board whose address Is: Contractor's Stale License Board, PO Box 26000, Sacramento, CA 95826 or web address: http:/Iwww.cslb.ca.gov We Propose hereby to furnish material and labor complete in accordance with the above specifications, for the sum of: SEE ABOVE LUMP SUM AMOUNT(S) PAYMENTS TO BE MADE AS FOLLOWS: PROGRESSIVE BILLING, FULL BALANCE DUE UPON COMPLETION OF JOB Terms and Conditions: 7 All material Is guaranteed to be as specified. All work to be completed in a professional manner according to standard practices. Any alteration or deviation from above specifications Authorized Involving extra costs will be executed only upon written orders, and will become an extra Signature charge over and above the estimate. All agreements contingent upon strikes, accidents or Ted Van Midde III delays beyond our control. Owner to carry all necessary insurance. Our workers are fully covered by Workers Compensation Insurance. If either party becomes Involved In litigation Note:This proposal may be arising out of this agreement, the court shall award costs/expenses including attorney fees to the party justly entitled to them. withdrawn by us if not accepted within 10 days. Acceptance of Proposal — The above prices, Signature: 1 specl8callona and conditions are satisfactory and are hereby accepted. You are authorized to do the work as specified. Payment will be made as outlined above. Date of Acceptance: Signature: During the course of construction the following conditions may apply to this contract. It is requested you review and initial each one. INITIALS 1. If the fine grade is being provided by another contractor or the owner, please be advised that if the grade falls above or below 1 inch, the additional labor and material needed to correct the grade will be billed to the owner. 2. Van Midde & Son Concrete is not responsible for underground utilities. 3. If, during the course of our work, underground utilities are interfered with, we can endeavor to repair them ourselves with the cost of $75.00 per man/ per hour, plus materials being paid by the owner of the project or the owner may hire an outside repairman. 4. Any changes in the project after the layout and form work is established will be billed to the owner at $75.00 per man/ per hour plus materials. 5. If we agree to remove an existing driveway of either asphalt or concrete, our bid is based on the assumption that the material to be removed is between 4" to 6" thick. If the old material is thicker than 6" and/or we run into wire or steel, the bid for this phase of the contract will have to be re -negotiated with the owner. 6. Please be advised that concrete can crack after installation, even though we take great care to create control joints to avoid them. They will most likely be small shrinkage cracks that will not affect the serviceability of the slab. Comments: Please initial all the above items and sign the acceptance below. Thank you, and we look forward to working with you on your project. By my/our signature below, I/we agree to all the conditions of this contract: Date Date Exhibit B DAVIS-BACON COMPLIANCE Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Subcontractor List Approved by City Attorney, dated <insert date> Davis Bacon Guidelines • Ensure that the job classifications needed for the project are listed in the "wage decision" document. • Submit a signature authorization form on letterhead indicating who is authorized to sign the weekly payroll compliance statement. • Contractor must post Davis -Bacon posters (WH -1321) including wage rates and classifications in easily viewable places around the site, such as the entrance to the site: o English: http://www.dol.jzov/whd/re s/g compliance/posters/fedproic.pdf o Spanish: http://www.dol.gov/whd/re s/g compliance/posters/davispan.pdf • Payroll documentation requires submission of the following: o Submission of Form WH347, weekly. D m D WH347.pdf Form WH347 How to fill out Instructions.pdf WH347.pdf o Compliance statement (certification) signed by authorized person, weekly. Certification of Understanding and o First and Final payrolls should be clearly marked to indicated such. o "No Work" payrolls should be submitted with start and end dates. o The forms must be complete & legible. Wages o The rate of pay is a combination of base wage and fringe benefits and must total the wage decision totals for wage and fringe benefits. o Hours worked over 40 hours in one week must be compensated at 1.5 times the basic rate of pay. o Deductions must be substantiated and reasonable. o Only apprentices and trainees registered in an approved State Apprenticeship or DOL program may be paid less than the wage rate specified. • Employee interviews: o City is required to conduct employee interviews using Form 11: HUD Form 11.pdf o All trades must be interviewed. o Foremen and Supervisors will not be interviewed. o Contractors and those in charge of hiring crew cannot complete the interviews. 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General: Form WH-347has been made available for the convenience of contractors and subcontractors required by their Federal or Federally -aided construction -type contracts and subcontracts to submit weekly payrolls. Properly filled out, this form will satisfy the requirements of Regulations, Parts 3 and 5 (29 C.F.R., Subtitle A), as to payrolls submitted in connection with contracts subject to the Davis -Bacon and related Acts. While completion of Form WH -347 is optional, it is mandatory for covered contractors and subcontractors performing work on Federally financed or assisted construction contracts to respond to the information collection contained in 29 C.F.R. §§ 3.3, 5.5(a). The Copeland Act (40 U.S.C. § 3145) requires contractors and subcontractors performing work on Federally financed or assisted construction contracts to "furnish weekly a statement with respect to the wages paid each employee during the preceding week." U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Regulations at 29 C.F.R. § 5.5(a)(3)(ii) require contractors to submit weekly a copy of all payrolls to the Federal agency contracting for or financing the construction project, accompanied by a signed "Statement of Compliance" indicating that the payrolls are correct and complete and that each laborer or mechanic has been paid not less than the proper Davis -Bacon prevailing wage rate for the work performed. DOL and federal contracting agencies receiving this information review the information to determine that employees have received legally required wages and fringe benefits. Under the Davis -Bacon and related Acts, the contractor is required to pay not less than prevailing wage, including fringe benefits, as predetermined by the Department of Labor. The contractor's obligation to pay fringe benefits may be met either by payment of the fringe benefits to bona fide benefit plans, funds or programs or by making payments to the covered workers (laborers and mechanics) as cash in lieu of fringe benefits. This payroll provides for the contractor to show on the face of the payroll all monies to each worker, whether as basic rates or as cash in lieu of fringe benefits, and provides for the contractor's representation in the statement of compliance on the payroll (as shown on page 2) that he/she is paying for fringe benefits required by the contract and not paid as cash in lieu of fringe benefits. Detailed instructions concerning the preparation of the payroll follow: Contractor or Subcontractor: Fill in your firm's name and check appropriate box. https://www.dol.gov/whd/forms/wh347instr.htm 1/4 6/26/2019 Instructions For Completing Payroll Form, WH -347 - Wage and Hour Division (WHD) - U.S. Department of Labor Address: Fill in your firm's address. Payroll No.: Beginning with the number "1", list the payroll number for the submission. For Week Ending: List the workweek ending date. Project and Location: Self-explanatory. Project or Contract No.: Self-explanatory. Column 1 - Name and Individual Identifying Number of Worker: Enter each worker's full name and an individual identifying number (e.g., last four digits of worker's social security number) on each weekly payroll submitted. Column 2 - No. of Withholding Exemptions: This column is merely inserted for the employer's convenience and is not a requirement of Regulations, Part 3 and 5. Column 3 - Work Classifications: List classification descriptive of work actually performed by each laborer or mechanic. Consult classification and minimum wage schedule set forth in contract specifications. If additional classifications are deemed necessary, see Contracting Officer or Agency representative. An individual may be shown as having worked in more than one classification provided an accurate breakdown or hours worked in each classification is maintained and shown on the submitted payroll by use of separate entries. Column 4 - Hours worked: List the day and date and straight time and overtime hours worked in the applicable boxes. On all contracts subject to the Contract Work Hours Standard Act, enter hours worked in excess of 40 hours a week as "overtime". Column 5 - Total: Self-explanatory Column 6 - Rate of Pay (Including Fringe Benefits): In the "straight time" box for each worker, list the actual hourly rate paid for straight time worked, plus cash paid in lieu of fringe benefits paid. When recording the straight time hourly rate, any cash paid in lieu of fringe benefits may be shown separately from the basic rate. For example, "$12.25/.40" would reflect a $12.25 base hourly rate plus $0.40 for fringe benefits. This is of assistance in correctly computing overtime. See "Fringe Benefits" below. When overtime is worked, show the overtime hourly rate paid plus any cash in lieu of fringe benefits paid in the "overtime" box for each worker; otherwise, you may skip this box. See "Fringe Benefits" below. Payment of not less than time and one-half the basic or regular rate paid is required for overtime under the Contract Work Hours Standard Act of 1962 if the prime contract exceeds $100,000. In addition to paying no less than the predetermined rate for the classification which an individual works, the contractor must pay amounts predetermined as fringe benefits in the wage decision made part of the contract to approved fringe benefit plans, funds or programs or shall pay as cash in lieu of fringe benefits. See "FRINGE BENEFITS" below. https://www.dol.gov/whd/forms/wh347instr.htm 214 6/26/2019 Instructions For Completing Payroll Form, WH -347 - Wage and Hour Division (WHD) - U.S. Department of Labor Column 7 - Gross Amount Earned: Enter gross amount earned on this project. If part of a worker's weekly wage was earned on projects other than the project described on this payroll, enter in column 7 first the amount earned on the Federal or Federally assisted project and then the gross amount earned during the week on all projects, thus "$163.00/$420.00" would reflect the earnings of a worker who earned $163.00 on a Federally assisted construction project during a week in which $420.00 was earned on all work. Column 8 - Deductions: Five columns are provided for showing deductions made. If more than five deduction are involved, use the first four columns and show the balance deductions under "Other" column; show actual total under "Total Deductions" column; and in the attachment to the payroll describe the deduction(s) contained in the "Other" column. All deductions must be in accordance with the provisions of the Copeland Act Regulations, 29 C.F.R., Part 3. If an individual worked on other jobs in addition to this project, show actual deductions from his/her weekly gross wage, and indicate that deductions are based on his gross wages. Column 9 - Net Wages Paid for Week: Self-explanatory. Totals - Space has been left at the bottom of the columns so that totals may be shown if the contractor so desires. Statement Required by Regulations, Parts 3 and 5: While the "statement of compliance" need not be notarized, the statement (on page 2 of the payroll form) is subject to the penalties provided by 18 U.S.C. § 1001, namely, a fine, possible imprisonment of not more than 5 years, or both. Accordingly, the party signing this statement should have knowledge of the facts represented as true. Items land 2: Space has been provided between items (1) and (2) of the statement for describing any deductions made. If all deductions made are adequately described in the "Deductions" column above, state "See Deductions column in this payroll." See "FRINGE BENEFITS" below for instructions concerning filling out paragraph 4 of the statement. Item 4 FRINGE BENEFITS - Contractors who pay all required fringe benefits: If paying all fringe benefits to approved plans, funds, or programs in amounts not less than were determined in the applicable wage decision of the Secretary of Labor, show the basic cash hourly rate and overtime rate paid to each worker on the face of the payroll and check paragraph 4(a) of the statement on page 2 of the WH -347 payroll form to indicate the payment. Note any exceptions in section 4(c). Contractors who pay no fringe benefits: If not paying all fringe benefits to approved plans, funds, or programs in amounts of at least those that were determined in the applicable wage decision of the Secretary of Labor, pay any remaining fringe benefit amount to each laborer and mechanic and insert in the "straight time" of the "Rate of Pay" column of the payroll an amount not less than the predetermined rate for each classification plus the amount of fringe benefits determined for each classification in the application wage decision. Inasmuch as it is not necessary to pay time and a half on cash paid in lieu of fringe benefits, the overtime rate shall be not less than the sum of the basic predetermined rate, plus the half time premium on basic or regular rate, plus the required cash in lieu https://www.dol.govtwhd/formstwh347instr.htm 3/4 6/26/2019 Instructions For Completing Payroll Form, WH -347 - Wage and Hour Division (WHD) - U.S. Department of Labor of fringe benefits at the straight time rate. In addition, check paragraph 4(b) of the statement on page 2 the payroll form to indicate the payment of fringe benefits in cash directly to the workers. Note any exceptions in section 4(c). Use of Section 4(c), Exceptions Any contractor who is making payment to approved plans, funds, or programs in amounts less than the wage determination requires is obliged to pay the deficiency directly to the covered worker as cash in lieu of fringe benefits. Enter any exceptions to section 4(a) or 4(b) in section 4(c). Enter in the Exception column the craft, and enter in the Explanation column the hourly amount paid each worker as cash in lieu of fringe benefits and the hourly amount paid to plans, funds, or programs as fringe benefits. The contractor must pay an amount not less than the predetermined rate plus cash in lieu of fringe benefits as shown in section 4(c) to each such individual for all hours worked (unless otherwise provided by applicable wage determination) on the Federal or Federally assisted project. Enter the rate paid and amount of cash paid in lieu of fringe benefits per hour in column 6 on the payroll. See paragraph on "Contractors who pay no fringe benefits" for computation of overtime rate. Public Burden Statement: We estimate that it will take an average of 55 minutes to complete this collection of information, including time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. If you have any comments regarding these estimates or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, send them to the Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, ESA, U.S. Department of Labor, Room S3502, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.,Washington, D.C. 20210. 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The following person(s) is designated at the payroll officer for the undersigned and is authorized to sign the Statement of Compliance which will accompany our weekly certified payroll reports for this project: Designated Payroll Officer (Name) Designated Payroll Officer (Signature) Authorized by (Contractor/Subcontractor) (Signature) (Title) (IRS) Employer Identification Number (Date) Exhibit C DAVIS-BACON WAGE DECISION CA20190007 Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project* 11327 Subcontractor List Approved by City Attorney, dated <insert date> 11/12/2019 "General Decision Number: CA20190007 11/08/2019 Superseded General Decision Number: CA20180009 State: California Construction Types: Building, Heavy (Heavy and Dredging) and Highway Counties: Alpine, Amador, Butte, Colusa, E1 Dorado, Glenn, Lassen, Marin, Modoc, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo and Yuba Counties in California. beta.SAM.gov BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (excluding Amador County only); DREDGING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include hopper dredge work); HEAVY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include water well drilling); AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Note: Under Executive Order (EO) 13658, an hourly minimum wage of $10.60 for calendar year 2019 applies to all contracts subject to the Davis -Bacon Act for which the contract is awarded (and any solicitation was issued) on or after January 1, 2015. If this contract is covered by the EO, the contractor must pay all workers in any classification listed on this wage determination at least $10.60 per hour (or the applicable wage rate listed on this wage determination, if it is higher) for all hours spent performing on the contract in calendar year 2019. If this contract is covered by the EO and a classification considered necessary for performance of work on the contract does not appear on this wage determination, the contractor must pay workers in that classification at least the wage rate determined through the conformance process set forth in 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1)(ii) (or the EO minimum wage rate,if it is https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 1171 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov higher than the conformed wage rate). The EO minimum wage rate will be adjusted annually. Please note that this EO applies to the above-mentioned types of contracts entered into by the federal government that are subject to the Davis -Bacon Act itself, but it does not apply to contracts subject only to the Davis -Bacon Related Acts, including those set forth at 29 CFR 5.1(a)(2)-(60). Additional information on contractor requirements and worker protections under the EO is available at www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts. Modification Number Publication Date 0 01/04/2019 1 02/01/2019 2 02/15/2019 3 02/22/2019 4 05/03/2019 5 07/26/2019 6 11/08/2019 ASBE0016-001 01/01/2019 AREA 1: MARIN, NAPA, SAN BENITO, SAN FRANCISCO, SOLANO, & SONOMA COUNTIES AREA 2: ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHEMA, TRINITY, YOLO, & YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Asbestos Workers/Insulator (Includes the application of all insulating materials, Protective Coverings, Coatings, and Finishes to all types of mechanical systems) Area 1 ......................$ 68.11 23.32 Area 2 ......................$ 43.81 31.22 https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 2/71 11/12/2019 ASBE0016-007 01/01/2019 AREA 1 : ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SONOMA, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO & YUBA COUNTIES AREA 2: MARIN & NAPA COUNTIES 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) AREA 1 ......................$ 28.20 9.27 AREA 2 ......................$ 36.53 9.27 BOIL0549-002 10/01/2016 Rates Fringes beta.SAM.gov BOILERMAKER (1) Marin & Solano Counties.$ 43.28 37.91 (2) Remaining Counties ...... $ 39.68 35.71 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BRCA0003-001 06/01/2017 Rates Fringes MARBLE FINISHER ..................$ 32.60 15.31 BRCA0003-004 05/01/2017 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 3171 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov AREA 1: ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SUTTER, TEHAMA, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES AREA 2: MARIN, NAPA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SONOMA AND TRINITY COUNTIES Rates Fringes BRICKLAYER AREA 1 ......................$ 39.66 20.76 AREA 2 ......................$ 42.34 25.83 SPECIALTY PAY: (A) Underground work such as tunnel work, sewer work, manholes, catch basins, sewer pipes and telephone conduit shall be paid $1.25 per hour above the regular rate. Work in direct contact with raw sewage shall receive $1.25 per hour in addition to the above. (B) Operating a saw or grinder shall receive $1.25 per hour above the regular rate. (C) Gunite nozzle person shall receive $1.25 per hour above the regular rate. BRCA0003-008 09/01/2017 Rates Fringes TERRAZZO FINISHER ................$ 35.14 16.87 TERRAZZO WORKER/SETTER ........... $ 44.11 26.36 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BRCA0003-010 04/01/2018 Rates Fringes TILE FINISHER Area 1 ......................$ 26.04 13.75 Area 2 ......................$ 26.36 15.97 Area 3 ......................$ 28.56 15.87 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 4171 11/12/2019 ........... $ 47.65 32.52 Area 4 ......................$ 26.69 15.31 Tile Layer 51.82 32.52 Diver wet ...................$ Area 1 ......................$ 43.36 16.79 Area 2 ......................$ 43.02 18.19 Area 3 ......................$ 47.77 18.29 Area 4 ......................$ 44.64 18.21 AREA 1: Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta, Sierra, Sutter, Tehema, Yolo, Yuba AREA 2: Alpine, Amador AREA 3: Marin, Napa, Solano, Siskiyou AREA 4: Sonoma BRCA0003-014 08/01/2017 Rates Fringes MARBLE MASON .....................$ 44.60 26.83 CARP0034-001 07/01/2018 Diver Rates Fringes Assistant Tender, ROV Tender/Technician ........... $ 47.65 32.52 Diver standby ...............$ 52.61 32.52 Diver Tender ................$ 51.82 32.52 Diver wet ...................$ 97.17 32.52 Manifold Operator (mixed gas) ........................$ 56.82 32.52 Manifold Operator (Standby).$ 51.82 32.52 DEPTH PAY (Surface Diving): 050 to 100 ft $2.00 per foot 101 to 150 ft $3.00 per foot 151 to 220 ft $4.00 per foot SATURATION DIVING: beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 5171 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov The standby rate shall apply until saturation starts. The saturation diving rate applies when divers are under pressure continuously until work task and decompression are complete. The diver rate shall be paid for all saturation hours. DIVING IN ENCLOSURES: Where it is necessary for Divers to enter pipes or tunnels, or other enclosures where there is no vertical ascent, the following premium shall be paid: Distance traveled from entrance 26 feet to 300 feet: $1.00 per foot. When it is necessary for a diver to enter any pipe, tunnel or other enclosure less than 48"" in height, the premium will be $1.00 per foot. WORK IN COMBINATION OF CLASSIFICATIONS: Employees working in any combination of classifications within the diving crew (except dive supervisor) in a shift are paid in the classification with the highest rate for that shift. CARP0034-003 07/01/2017 Rates Fringes Piledriver .......................$ 46.65 31.91 CARP0035-001 08/01/2018 AREA 1: MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO & SONOMA AREA 3: SACRAMENTO, WESTERN EL DORADO (Territory west of an including highway 49 and the territory inside the city limits of Placerville), WESTERN PLACER (Territory west of and including highway 49), & YOLO AREA 4: ALPINE, BUTTE, COLUSA, EASTERN EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, EASTERN PLACER, PLUMAS, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, & YUBA https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 6/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Rates Fringes Drywall Installers/Lathers: Area 1 ......................$ 48.40 29.76 Area 3 ......................$ 43.02 29.76 Area 4 ......................$ 41.67 29.76 Drywall Stocker/Scrapper Area 1 ......................$ 24.20 17.29 Area 3 ......................$ 21.51 17.51 Area 4 ......................$ 20.84 17.29 CARP0035-009 07/01/2018 Marin County Rates Fringes CARPENTER Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 48.55 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........ $ 48.40 29.32 Millwright ..................$ 48.50 30.91 CARP0035-010 07/01/2017 AREA 1: Marin, Napa, Solano & Sonoma Counties AREA 2: Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz AREA 3: Alpine, Butte, Colusa, E1 Dorado, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo & Yuba counties Rates Fringes https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 7171 11/12/2019 Modular Furniture Installer Area 1 Installer I ................$ 24.91 19.63 Installer II ...............$ 22.18 20.42 Lead Installer .............$ 29.06 20.92 Master Installer ...........$ 33.28 20.92 Area 2 Installer I ................$ 22.96 20.42 Installer II ...............$ 20.01 20.42 Lead Installer .............$ 25.93 20.92 Master Installer ........... $ 29.56 20.92 Area 3 Installer I ................$ 22.01 20.42 Installer II ...............$ 19.24 20.42 Lead Installer .............$ 24.81 20.92 Master Installer ........... $ 31.83 20.92 CARP0046-001 07/01/2018 E1 Dorado (West), Placer (West), Sacramento and Yolo Counties Rates Fringes Carpenters Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 42.67 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........ $ 42.52 29.32 Millwright ..................$ 45.02 30.91 beta.SAM.gov Footnote: Placer County (West) includes territory West of and including Highway 49 and E1 Dorado County (West) includes territory West of and including Highway 49 and territory inside the city limits of Placerville. https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 8/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov CARP0046-002 07/01/2018 Alpine, Colusa, E1 Dorado (East), Nevada, Placer (East), Sierra, Sutter and Yuba Counties Rates Fringes Carpenters Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 41.32 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........$ 40.17 29.32 Millwright ..................$ ---------------------------------------------------------------- 43.67 30.91 CARP0152-003 07/01/2018 Amador County Rates Fringes Carpenters Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 41.32 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........ $ 41.17 29.32 Millwright ..................$ 43.67 30.91 CARP0180-001 07/01/2018 Solano County Rates Fringes https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 9171 11/12/2019 Carpenters Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 48.55 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........ $ 48.40 29.32 Millwright ..................$ 48.50 30.91 CARP0751-001 07/01/2018 Napa and Sonoma Counties Rates Fringes beta.SAM.gov Carpenters Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 48.55 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........ $ 48.50 29.32 Millwright ..................$ ---------------------------------------------------------------- 48.50 30.91 CARP1599-001 07/01/2018 Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity Counties Rates Fringes Carpenters Bridge Builder/Highway Carpenter ...................$ 48.40 29.32 Hardwood Floorlayer, https://beta.sam.govtwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 10/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Shingler, Power Saw Operator, Steel Scaffold & Steel Shoring Erector, Saw Filer .......................$ 41.32 29.32 Journeyman Carpenter ........$ 41.17 29.32 Millwright ..................$ 43.67 30.91 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELECOIBO-001 06/01/2017 NAPA AND SOLANO COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 50.97 3Y+20.13 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 47.31 23.05 ELECOISO-003 12/01/2018 NAPA AND SOLANO COUNTIES Rates Fringes Sound & Communications Installer ...................$ 38.42 19.70 Technician ..................$ 44.18 19.88 SCOPE OF WORK INCLUDES - SOUND & VOICE TRANSMISSION (Music, Intercom, Nurse Call, Telephone); FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS [excluding fire alarm work when installed in raceways (including wire and cable pulling) and when performed on new or major remodel building projects or jobs], TELEVISION & VIDEO SYSTEMS, SECURITY SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS that transmit or receive information and/or control systems that are intrinsic to the above. EXCLUDES - Excludes all other data systems or multiple systems which include control function or power supply; excludes installation of raceway systems, line voltage work, industrial work, life -safety systems (all buildings having https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 11171 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov floors located more than 75' above the lowest floor level having building access); excludes energy management systems. ELEC0340-002 02/01/2018 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, TRINITY, YOLO, YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Communications System Sound & Communications Installer ...................$ 29.35 3%+15.35 Sound & Communications Technician ..................$ 33.75 3%+15.35 SCOPE OF WORK Includes the installation testing, service and maintenance, of the following systems which utilize the transmission and/or transference of voice, sound, vision and digital for commercial, education, 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 system, radio page, school intercom and sound, burglar alarms, and low voltage master clock systems. A. SOUND AND VOICE TRANSMISSION/TRANSFERENCE SYSTEMS Background foreground music Intercom and telephone interconnect systems, Telephone systems, Nurse call systems, Radio page systems, School intercom and sound systems, Burglar alarm systems, Low voltage master clock systems, Multi-media/multiplex systems, Sound and musical entertainment systems, RF systems, Antennas and Wave Guide. B. FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 12/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Installation, wire pulling and testing C. TELEVISION AND VIDEO SYSTEMS Television monitoring and surveillance systems, Video security systems, Video entertainment systems, Video educational systems, Microwave transmission systems, CAN and CCN D. SECURITY SYSTEMS Perimeter security systems Vibration sensor systems Card access systems Access control systems Sonar/infrared monitoring equipment E. COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS THAT TRANSMIT OR RECEIVE INFORMATION AND/OR CONTROL SYSTEMS THAT ARE INTRINSIC TO THE ABOVE LISTED SYSTEMS SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) Inventory Control Systems Digital Data Systems Broadband and Baseband and Carriers Point of Sale Systems VSAT Data Systems Data Communication Systems RF and Remote Control Systems Fiber Optic Data Systems WORK EXCLUDED Raceway systems are not covered (excluding Ladder -Rack for the purpose of the above listed systems). Chases and/or nipples (not to exceed 10 feet) may be installed on open wiring systems. Energy management systems. SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) when not intrinsic to the above listed systems (in the scope). Fire alarm systems when installed in raceways (including wire and cable pulling) shall be performed at the electrician wage rate, when either of the following two (2) conditions apply: 1. The project involves new or major remodel building trades construction. 2. The conductors for the fire alarm system are installed in conduit. ELECO340-003 08/01/2018 ALPINE (West of Sierra Mt. Watershed), AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO (West of Sierra Mt. Watershed), GLENN, LASSEN, NEVADA (West of Sierra Mt. Watershed), PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA (West of Sierra Mt. Watershed), SUTTER, TEHAMA, https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 13171 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov TRINITY, YOLO & YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes ELECTRICIAN Remaining area ..............$ 40.06 28.54 Sierra Army Depot, Herlong..$ 48.83 18.54 Tunnel work .................$ 41.01 18.54 CABLE SPLICER: Receives 110% of the Electrician basic hourly rate. ---------------------------------------------------------------- FLEC0401-005 07/01/2019 ALPINE (east of the main watershed divide), EL DORADO (east of the main watershed divide), NEVADA (east of the main watershed), PLACER (east of the main watershed divide) and SIERRA (east of the main watershed divide) COUNTIES: Rates Fringes ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 40.50 19.39 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0551-004 06/01/2019 MARIN AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 51.40 22.83 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0551-005 12/01/2018 MARIN & SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Sound & Communications https:Ubeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 14/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Installer ...................$ 38.42 20.11 Technician ..................$ 44.18 20.29 SCOPE OF WORK INCLUDES - SOUND & VOICE TRANSMISSION (Music, Intercom, Nurse Call, Telephone); FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS [excluding fire alarm work when installed in raceways (including wire and cable pulling) and when performed on new or major remodel building projects or jobs], TELEVISION & VIDEO SYSTEMS, SECURITY SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS that transmit or receive information and/or control systems that are intrinsic to the above. EXCLUDES - Excludes all other data systems or multiple systems which include control function or power supply; excludes installation of raceway systems, line voltage work, industrial work, life -safety systems (all buildings having floors located more than 75' above the lowest floor level having building access); excludes energy management systems. ELEC0659-006 01/01/2019 DEL NORTE, MODOC and SISKIYOU COUNTIES Rates Fringes ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 35.19 16.80 * ELEC0659-008 02/01/2019 DEL NORTE, MODOC & SISKIYOU COUNTIES Rates Fringes Line Construction (1) Cable Splicer ........... $ 59.09 20.22 (2) Lineman, Pole Sprayer, Heavy Line Equipment Man .... $ 52.76 19.96 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 15/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov (3) Tree Trimmer ............$ 31.10 11.32 (4) Line Equipment Man ......$ 52.76 19.96 (5) Powdermen, Iackhammermen...............$ 33.80 13.35 (6) Groundman...............$ ---------------------------------------------------------------- 33.24 14.79 ELEC1245-004 01/01/2019 ALL COUNTIES EXCEPT DEL NORTE, MODOC & SISKIYOU Rates Fringes LINE CONSTRUCTION (1) Lineman; Cable splicer..$ 56.79 17.41 (2) Equipment specialist (operates crawler tractors, commercial motor vehicles, backhoes, trenchers, cranes (50 tons and below), overhead & underground distribution line equipment) ........... $ 45.36 16.24 (3) Groundman...............$ 34.68 15.86 (4) Powderman...............$ 49.55 3%+17.65 HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, M.L. King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day ELEV0008-001 01/01/2019 Rates Fringes ELEVATOR MECHANIC ................$ 67.56 34.125+a+b 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, https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 16/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. ENG10003-008 07/01/2017 Rates Fringes Dredging: (DREDGING: CLAMSHELL & DIPPER DREDGING; HYDRAULIC SUCTION DREDGING:) AREA 1: (1) Leverman...............$ 44.77 31.25 (2) Dredge Dozer; Heavy duty repairman .............$ 39.81 31.25 (3) Booster Pump Operator; Deck Engineer; Deck mate; Dredge Tender; Winch Operator ...................$ 38.69 31.25 (4) Bargeman; Deckhand; Fireman; Leveehand; Oiler..$ 35.39 31.25 AREA 2: (1) Leverman...............$ 46.77 31.25 (2) Dredge Dozer; Heavy duty repairman .............$ 41.81 31.25 (3) Booster Pump Operator; Deck Engineer; Deck mate; Dredge Tender; Winch Operator ...................$ 40.69 31.25 (4) Bargeman; Deckhand; Fireman; Leveehand; Oiler..$ 37.39 31.25 AREA DESCRIPTIONS AREA 1: ALAMEDA,BUTTE, CONTRA COSTA, KINGS, MARIN, MERCED, NAPA, SACRAMENTO, SAN BENITO, SAN FRANCISCO, SAN JOAQUIN, SAN MATEO, SANTA CLARA, SANTA CRUZ, SOLANO, STANISLAUS, SUTTER, YOLO, AND YUBA COUNTIES https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 17171 11/12/2019 AREA 2: MODOC COUNTY THE REMAINGING COUNTIES ARE SPLIT BETWEEN AREA 1 AND AREA 2 AS NOTED BELOW: ALPINE COUNTY: Area 1: Northernmost part Area 2: Remainder CALAVERAS COUNTY: Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Eastern part COLUSA COUNTY: Area 1: Eastern part Area 2: Remainder ELDORADO COUNTY: Area 1: North Central part Area 2: Remainder FRESNO COUNTY: Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Eastern part GLENN COUNTY: Area 1: Eastern part Area 2: Remainder LASSEN COUNTY: Area 1: Western part along the Southern portion of border with Shasta County Area 2: Remainder MADERA COUNTY: Area 1: Except Eastern part Area 2: Eastern part MARIPOSA COUNTY Area 1: Except Eastern part Area 2: Eastern part beta.SAM.gov https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 18/71 11/12/2019 MONTERREY COUNTY Area 1: Except Southwestern part Area 2: Southwestern part NEVADA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northern portion along the border of Sierra County Area 2: Remainder PLACER COUNTY: Area 1: Al but the Central portion Area 2: Remainder PLUMAS COUNTY: Area 1: Western portion Area 2: Remainder SHASTA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northeastern corner Area 2: Remainder SIERRA COUNTY: Area 1: Western part Area 2: Remainder SISKIYOU COUNTY: Area 1: Central part Area 2: Remainder SONOMA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northwestern corner Area 2: Remainder TEHAMA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Western border with Mendocino & Trinity Counties Area 2: Remainder TRINITY COUNTY: Area 1: East Central part and the Northeastern border with beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 19/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Shasta County Area 2: Remainder TUOLUMNE COUNTY: Area 1: Except Eastern part Area 2: Eastern part ENGI0003-018 06/26/2017 ""AREA 1"" WAGE RATES ARE LISTED BELOW ""AREA 2"" RECEIVES AN ADDITIONAL $2.00 PER HOUR ABOVE AREA 1 RATES. SEE AREA DEFINITIONS BELOW Rates Fringes OPERATOR: Power Equipment (AREA 1:) GROUP 1 .....................$ 44.67 30.39 GROUP 2 .....................$ 43.14 30.39 GROUP 3 .....................$ 41.66 30.39 GROUP 4 .....................$ 40.28 30.39 GROUP 5 .....................$ 39.01 30.39 GROUP 6 .....................$ 37.69 30.39 GROUP 7 .....................$ 36.55 30.39 GROUP 8 .....................$ 35.41 30.39 GROUP 8-A ...................$ 33.20 30.39 OPERATOR: Power Equipment (Cranes and Attachments - AREA 1:) GROUP 1 Cranes .....................$ 46.30 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.63 30.39 Truck crane oiler .......... $ 39.20 30.39 GROUP 2 Cranes .....................$ 43.79 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.36 30.39 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 20/71 11/12/2019 Truck crane oiler ..........$ 38.98 30.39 GROUP 3 Cranes .....................$ 42.05 30.39 Hydraulic ..................$ 38.32 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.14 30.39 Truck Crane Oiler ..........$ 38.71 30.39 GROUP 4 Cranes .....................$ 39.01 30.39 OPERATOR: Power Equipment (Piledriving - AREA 1:) GROUP 1 Lifting devices ............$ 45.89 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.63 30.39 Truck crane oiler ..........$ 39.20 30.39 GROUP 2 Lifting devices ............ $ 44.07 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.36 30.39 Truck Crane Oiler .......... $ 38.98 30.39 GROUP 3 Lifting devices ............ $ 42.39 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.14 30.39 Truck Crane Oiler .......... $ 38.71 30.39 GROUP 4 Lifting devices ............ $ 40.62 30.39 GROUP 5 Lifting devices ............ $ 39.32 30.39 GROUP 6 Lifting devices ............ $ 37.98 30.39 OPERATOR: Power Equipment (Steel Erection - AREA 1:) GROUP 1 Cranes .....................$ 46.30 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.63 30.39 Truck Crane Oiler ..........$ 39.20 30.39 GROUP 2 Cranes .....................$ 43.79 30.39 Oiler ......................$ 36.36 30.39 Truck Crane oiler .......... $ 38.98 30.39 GROUP 3 Cranes .....................$ 42.05 30.39 Hydraulic ..................$ 38.32 30.39 beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.g ov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 21/71 11/12/2019 Oiler ......................$ 36.14 30.39 Truck Crane Oiler .......... $ 38.71 30.39 GROUP 4 Cranes .....................$ 39.01 30.39 GROUP 5 Cranes .....................$ 35.13 30.39 OPERATOR: Power Equipment (Tunnel and Underground Work - AREA 1:) SHAFTS, STOPES, RAISES: GROUP 1 ....................$ 40.77 30.39 GROUP 1-A ..................$ 43.24 30.39 GROUP 2 ....................$ 39.51 30.39 GROUP 3 ....................$ 38.18 30.39 GROUP 4 ....................$ 37.04 30.39 GROUP 5 ....................$ 35.90 30.39 UNDERGROUND: GROUP 1 ....................$ 40.67 30.39 GROUP 1-A ..................$ 43.14 30.39 GROUP 2 ....................$ 39.41 30.39 GROUP 3 ....................$ 38.08 30.39 GROUP 4 ....................$ 36.94 30.39 GROUP 5 ....................$ 35.80 30.39 FOOTNOTE: Work suspended by ropes or cables, or work on a Yo -Yo Cat: $.60 per hour additional. POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Operator of helicopter (when used in erection work); Hydraulic excavator, 7 cu. yds. and over; Power shovels, over 7 cu. yds. GROUP 2: Highline cableway; Hydraulic excavator, 3-1/2 cu. yds. up to 7 cu. yds.; Licensed construction work boat operator, on site; Power blade operator (finish); Power shovels, over 1 cu. yd. up to and including 7 cu. yds. m.r.c. GROUP 3: Asphalt milling machine; Cable backhoe; Combination beta.SAM.gov https:Hbeta.sam.govlwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 22/71 11/1212019 backhoe and loader over 3/4 cu. yds.; Continuous flight tie back machine assistant to engineer or mechanic; Crane mounted continuous flight tie back machine, tonnage to apply; Crane mounted drill attachment, tonnage to apply; Dozer, slope brd; Gradall; Hydraulic excavator, up to 3 1/2 cu. yds.; Loader 4 cu. yds. and over; Long reach excavator; Multiple engine scraper (when used as push pull); Power shovels, up to and including 1 cu. yd.; Pre -stress wire wrapping machine; Side boom cat, 572 or larger; Track loader 4 cu. yds. and over; Wheel excavator (up to and including 750 cu. yds. per hour) GROUP 4: Asphalt plant engineer/box person; Chicago boom; Combination backhoe and loader up to and including 3/4 cu. yd.; Concrete batch plant (wet or dry); Dozer and/or push cat; Pull- type elevating loader; Gradesetter, grade checker (GPS, mechanical or otherwise); Grooving and grinding machine; Heading shield operator; Heavy-duty drilling equipment, Hughes, LDH, Watson 3000 or similar; Heavy-duty repairperson and/or welder; Lime spreader; Loader under 4 cu. yds.; Lubrication and service engineer (mobile and grease rack); Mechanical finishers or spreader machine (asphalt, Barber -Greene and similar); Miller Formless M-9000 slope paver or similar; Portable crushing and screening plants; Power blade support; Roller operator, asphalt; Rubber -tired scraper, self -loading (paddle -wheels, etc.); Rubber- tired earthmoving equipment (scrapers); Slip form paver (concrete); Small tractor with drag; Soil stabilizer (P & H or equal); Spider plow and spider puller; Tubex pile rig; Unlicensed constuction work boat operator, on site; Timber skidder; Track loader up to 4 yds.; Tractor -drawn scraper; Tractor, compressor drill combination; Welder; Woods -Mixer (and other similar Pugmill equipment) GROUP 5: Cast -in-place pipe laying machine; Combination slusher and motor operator; Concrete conveyor or concrete pump, truck or equipment mounted; Concrete conveyor, building site; Concrete pump or pumperete gun; Drilling equipment, Watson 2000, -Texoma 700 or similar; Drilling and boring machinery, horizontal (not to apply to waterliners, beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 23/71 11/12/2019 wagon drills or jackhammers); Concrete mixer/all; Person and/or material hoist; Mechanical finishers (concrete) (Clary, Johnson, Bidwell Bridge Deck or similar types); Mechanical burm, curb and/or curb and gutter machine, concrete or asphalt); Mine or shaft hoist; Portable crusher; Power jumbo operator (setting slip -forms, etc., in tunnels); Screed (automatic or manual); Self-propelled compactor with dozer; Tractor with boom D6 or smaller; Trenching machine, maximum digging capacity over 5 ft. depth; Vermeer T -600B rock cutter or similar GROUP 6: Armor -Coater (or similar); Ballast jack tamper; Boom- type backfilling machine; Assistant plant engineer; Bridge and/or gantry crane; Chemical grouting machine, truck -mounted; Chip spreading machine operator; Concrete saw (self-propelled unit on streets, highways, airports and canals); Deck engineer; Drilling equipment Texoma 600, Hughes 200 Series or similar up to and including 30 ft. m.r.c.; Drill doctor; Helicopter radio operator; Hydro -hammer or similar; Line master; Skidsteer loader, Bobcat larger than 743 series or similar (with attachments); Locomotive; Lull hi -lift or similar; Oiler, truck mounted equipment; Pavement breaker, truck -mounted, with compressor combination; Paving fabric installation and/or laying machine; Pipe bending machine (pipelines only); Pipe wrapping machine (tractor propelled and supported); Screed (except asphaltic concrete paving); Self- propelled pipeline wrapping machine; Tractor; Self -loading chipper; Concrete barrier moving machine GROUP 7: Ballast regulator; Boom truck or dual-purpose A -frame truck, non -rotating - under 15 tons; Cary lift or similar; Combination slurry mixer and/or cleaner; Drilling equipment, 20 ft. and under m.r.c.; Firetender (hot plant); Grouting machine operator; Highline cableway signalperson; Stationary belt loader (Kolman or similar); Lift slab machine (Vagtborg and similar types); Maginnes internal full slab vibrator; Material hoist (1 drum); Mechanical trench shield; Pavement breaker with or without compressor combination); Pipe cleaning machine (tractor propelled and supported); Post driver; Roller (except asphalt); Chip beta.SAM.gov https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 24/71 11/12/2019 Seal; Self-propelled automatically applied concrete curing mahcine (on streets, highways, airports and canals); Self-propelled compactor (without dozer); Signalperson; Slip -form pumps (lifting device for concrete forms); Tie spacer; Tower mobile; Trenching machine, maximum digging capacity up to and including 5 ft. depth; Truck- type loader GROUP B: Bit sharpener; Boiler tender; Box operator; Brakeperson; Combination mixer and compressor (shotcrete/gunite); Compressor operator; Deckhand; Fire tender; Forklift (under 20 ft.); Generator; Gunite/shotcrete equipment operator; Hydraulic monitor; Ken seal machine (or similar); Mixermobile; Oiler; Pump operator; Refrigeration plant; Reservoir -debris tug (self- propelled floating); Ross Carrier (construction site); Rotomist operator; Self-propelled tape machine; Shuttlecar; Self-propelled power sweeper operator (includes vacuum sweeper); Slusher operator; Surface heater; Switchperson; Tar pot firetender; Tugger hoist, single drum; Vacuum cooling plant; Welding machine (powered other than by electricity) GROUP B -A: Elevator operator; Skidsteer loader -Bobcat 743 series or smaller, and similar (without attachments); Mini excavator under 25 H.P. (backhoe -trencher); Tub grinder wood chipper ALL CRANES AND ATTACHMENTS GROUP 1: Clamshell and dragline over 7 cu. yds.; Crane, over 100 tons; Derrick, over 100 tons; Derrick barge pedestal -mounted, over 100 tons; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device, over 100 tons GROUP 2: Clamshell and dragline over 1 cu. yd. up to and including 7 cu. yds.; Crane, over 45 tons up to and including 100 tons; Derrick barge, 100 tons and under; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device, over 45 tons; Tower crane beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 25/71 11/12/2019 GROUP 3: Clamshell and dragline up to and including 1 cu. yd.; Cranes 45 tons and under; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device 45 tons and under; GROUP 4: Boom Truck or dual purpose A -frame truck, non -rotating over 15 tons; Truck -mounted rotating telescopic boom type lifting device, Manitex or similar (boom truck) over 15 tons; Truck -mounted rotating telescopic boom type lifting device, Manitex or similar (boom truck) - under 15 tons; PILEDRIVERS GROUP 1: Derrick barge pedestal mounted over 100 tons; Clamshell over 7 cu. yds.; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device over 100 tons; Truck crane or crawler, land or barge mounted over 100 tons GROUP 2: Derrick barge pedestal mounted 45 tons to and including 100 tons; Clamshell up to and including 7 cu. yds.; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device over 45 tons; Truck crane or crawler, land or barge mounted, over 45 tons up to and including 100 tons; Fundex F-12 hydraulic pile rig GROUP 3: Derrick barge pedestal mounted under 45 tons; Self- propelled boom -type lifting device 45 tons and under; Skid/scow piledriver, any tonnage; Truck crane or crawler, land or barge mounted 45 tons and under GROUP 4: Assistant operator in lieu of assistant to engineer; Forklift, 10 tons and over; Heavy-duty repairperson/welder GROUP 5: Deck engineer GROUP 6: Deckhand; Fire tender beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 26/71 11/12/2019 STEEL ERECTORS GROUP 1: Crane over 100 tons; Derrick over 100 tons; Self- propelled boom -type lifting device over 100 tons GROUP 2: Crane over 45 tons to 100 tons; Derrick under 100 tons; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device over 45 tons to 100 tons; Tower crane GROUP 3: Crane, 45 tons and under; Self-propelled boom -type lifting device, 45 tons and under GROUP 4: Chicago boom; Forklift, 10 tons and over; Heavy-duty repair person/welder GROUP 5: Boom cat TUNNEL AND UNDERGROUND WORK GROUP 1-A: Tunnel bore machine operator, 20' diameter or more GROUP 1: Heading shield operator; Heavy-duty repairperson; Mucking machine (rubber tired, rail or track type); Raised bore operator (tunnels); Tunnel mole bore operator GROUP 2: Combination slusher and motor operator; Concrete pump or pumperete gun; Power jumbo operator GROUP 3: Drill doctor; Mine or shaft hoist GROUP 4: Combination slurry mixer cleaner; Grouting Machine operator; Motorman GROUP 5: Bit Sharpener; Brakeman; Combination mixer and compressor (gunite); Compressor operator; Oiler; Pump operator; Slusher operator beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 27/71 11/12/2019 AREA DESCRIPTIONS: POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS, CRANES AND ATTACHMENTS,TUNNEL AND UNDERGROUND [These areas do not apply to Piledrivers and Steel Erectors] AREA 1: ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MARIN, NAPA, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SONOMA, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO, YUBA AREA 2 - MODOC COUNTY THE REMAINING COUNTIES ARE SPLIT BETWEEN AREA 1 AND AREA 2 AS NOTED BELOW: ALPINE COUNTY: Area 1: Northernmost part Area 2: Remainder COLUSA COUNTY: Area 1: Eastern part Area 2: Remainder DEL NORTE COUNTY: Area 1: Extreme Southwestern corner Area 2: Remainder ELDORADO COUNTY: Area 1: North Central part Area 2: Remainder GLENN COUNTY: Area 1: Eastern part Area 2: Remainder LASSEN COUNTY: Area 1: Western part along the Southern portion of border with Shasta County Area 2: Remainder beta.SAM.gov https:gbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 28/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov NEVADA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northern portion along the border of Sierra County Area 2: Remainder PLACER COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Central portion Area 2: Remainder PLUMAS COUNTY: Area 1: Western portion Area 2: Remainder SHASTA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northeastern corner Area 2: Remainder SIERRA COUNTY: Area 1: Western part Area 2: Remainder SISKIYOU COUNTY: Area 1: Central part Area 2: Remainder SONOMA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northwestern corner Area 2: Reaminder TEHAMA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Western border with mendocino & Trinity Counties Area 2: Remainder TRINITY COUNTY: Area 1: East Central part and the Northeaster border with Shasta County Area 2: Remainder ENGI0003-019 07/26/2017 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 29/71 11/12/2019 SEE AREA DESCRIPTIONS BELOW Rates Fringes OPERATOR: Power Equipment (LANDSCAPE WORK ONLY) beta.SAM.gov GROUP 1 AREA 1 .....................$ 34.05 28.73 AREA 2 .....................$ 36.05 28.73 GROUP 2 AREA 1 .....................$ 30.45 28.73 AREA 2 .....................$ 32.45 28.73 GROUP 3 AREA 1 .....................$ 25.84 28.73 AREA 2 .....................$ 27.84 28.73 GROUP DESCRIPTIONS: GROUP 1: Landscape Finish Grade Operator: All finish grade work regardless of equipment used, and all equipment with a rating more than 65 HP. GROUP 2: Landscape Operator up to 65 HP: All equipment with a manufacturer's rating of 65 HP or less except equipment covered by Group 1 or Group 3. The following equipment shall be included except when used for finish work as long as manufacturer's rating is 65 HP or less: A -Frame and Winch Truck, Backhoe, Forklift, Hydragraphic Seeder Machine, Roller, Rubber -Tired and Track Earthmoving Equipment, Skiploader, Straw Blowers, and Trencher 31 HP up to 65 HP. GROUP 3: Landscae Utility Operator: Small Rubber -Tired Tractor, Trencher Under 31 HP. AREA DESCRIPTIONS: AREA 1: ALAMEDA, BUTTE, CONTRA COSTA, KINGS, MARIN, MERCED, NAPA, SACRAMENTO, SAN BENITO, SAN FRANCISCO, SAN 3OAQUIN, SAN MATEO, SANTA CLARA, SANTA CRUZ, SOLANO, STANISLAUS, https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 30/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov SUTTER, YOLO, AND YUBA COUNTIES AREA 2 - MODOC COUNTY THE REMAINING COUNTIES ARE SPLIT BETWEEN AREA 1 AND AREA 2 AS NOTED BELOW: ALPINE COUNTY: Area 1: Northernmost part Area 2: Remainder CALAVERAS COUNTY: Area 1: Except Eastern part Area 2: Eastern part COLUSA COUNTY: Area 1: Eastern part Area 2: Remainder DEL NORTE COUNTY: Area 1: Extreme Southwestern corner Area 2: Remainder ELDORADO COUNTY: Area 1: North Central part Area 2: Remainder FRESNO COUNTY Area 1: Except Eastern part Area 2: Eastern part GLENN COUNTY: Area 1: Eastern part Area 2: Remainder HUMBOLDT COUNTY: Area 1: Except Eastern and Southwestern parts Area 2: Remainder LAKE COUNTY: Area 1: Southern part https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 31/71 11/12/2019 Area 2: Remainder LASSEN COUNTY: Area 1: Western part along the Southern portion of border with Shasta County Area 2: Remainder MADERA COUNTY Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Eastern part MARIPOSA COUNTY Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Eastern part MENDOCINO COUNTY: Area 1: Central and Southeastern parts Area 2: Remainder MONTEREY COUNTY Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Southwestern part NEVADA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northern portion along the border of Sierra County Area 2: Remainder PLACER COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Central portion Area 2: Remainder PLUMAS COUNTY: Area 1: Western portion Area 2: Remainder SHASTA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northeastern corner Area 2: Remainder SIERRA COUNTY: beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 32/71 11/12/2019 Area 1: Western part Area 2: Remainder SISKIYOU COUNTY: Area 1: Central part Area 2: Remainder SONOMA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Northwestern corner Area 2: Reaminder TEHAMA COUNTY: Area 1: All but the Western border with mendocino & Trinity Counties Area 2: Remainder TRINITY COUNTY: Area 1: East Central part and the Northeaster border with Shasta County Area 2: Remainder TULARE COUNTY; Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Eastern part TUOLUMNE COUNTY: Area 1: Remainder Area 2: Eastern Part IRON0377-002 01/01/2019 Rates Fringes Ironworkers: Fence Erector ...............$ 32.58 23.41 Ornamental, Reinforcing and Structural ..............$ 39.00 32.05 PREMIUM PAY: beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 33/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov $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 $2.00 additional per hour at the following locations: Port Hueneme, Port Mugu, U.S. Coast Guard Station - Two Rock LAB00067-001 07/01/2019 AREA ""A"" - MARIN COUNTY AREA ""B"" - ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE COLUSA EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NAPA, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SONOMA, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO, AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Asbestos Removal Laborer .........$ 24.00 11.30 LABORER (Lead Removal) Marin County ................$ 31.81 24.61 Remaining Counties ..........$ 30.81 24.61 LAB00067-005 06/27/2017 AREA ""A"" - ALAMEDA, CONTRA COSTA, MARIN, SAN FRANCISCO, SAN https:Ubeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 34/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov MATEO AND SANTA CLARA COUNTIES AREA ""B"" - ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, CALAVERAS, COLUSA, DEL NORTE, EL DORADO, FRESNO, GLENN, HUMBOLDT, KINGS, LAKE, LASSEN, MADERA, MARIPOSA, MENDOCINO, MERCED, MODOC, MONTEREY, NAPA, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SANCREMENTO, SAN BENITO, SAN JOAQUIN, SANTA CRUZ, SIERRA, SHASTA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SONOMA, STANISLAUS, TEHAMA, TRINITY, TULARE, TUOLUMNE, YOLO AND YOUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER (TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANE CLOSURE) Escort Driver, Flag Person Area A .....................$ 29.54 22.17 Area B .....................$ 28.54 22.17 Traffic Control Person I Area A .....................$ 29.84 22.17 Area B .....................$ 28.84 22.17 Traffic Control Person II Area A .....................$ 27.34 22.17 Area B .....................$ 26.34 22.17 TRAFFIC CONTROL PERSON I: Layout of traffic control, crash cushions, construction area and roadside signage. TRAFFIC CONTROL PERSON II: Installation and removal of temporary/permanent signs, markers, delineators and crash cushions. LABOO185-002 07/01/2018 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 35/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov LABORER Mason Tender -Brick .......... $ 31.20 22.20 ---------------------------------------------------------------- LABOO185-005 06/25/2018 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Tunnel and Shaft Laborers: GROUP 1 .....................$ 37.82 24.11 GROUP 2 .....................$ 37.59 24.11 GROUP 3 .....................$ 37.34 24.11 GROUP 4 .....................$ 36.89 24.11 GROUP 5 .....................$ 36.35 24.11 Shotcrete Specialist ........ $ 38.34 24.11 TUNNEL AND SHAFT CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Diamond driller; Groundmen; Gunite and shotcrete nozzlemen GROUP 2: Rodmen; Shaft work & raise (below actual or excavated ground level) GROUP 3: Bit grinder; Blaster, driller, powdermen, heading; Cherry pickermen - where car is lifted; Concrete finisher in tunnel; Concrete screedman; Grout pumpman and potman; Gunite & shotcrete gunman & potman; Headermen; High pressure nozzleman; Miner - tunnel, including top and bottom man on shaft and raise work; Nipper; Nozzleman on slick line; Sandblaster - potman, Robotic Shotcrete Placer, Segment Erector, Tunnel Muck Hauler, Steel Form raiser and setter; Timberman, retimberman (wood or steel or substitute materials therefore); Tugger (for tunnel laborer work); Cable tender; Chuck tender; Powderman - primer house https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 36/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov GROUP 4: Vibrator operator, pavement breaker; Bull gang - muckers, trackmen; Concrete crew - includes rodding and spreading, Dumpmen (any method) GROUP 5: Grout crew; Reboundman; Swamper/ Brakeman LABOO185-006 06/25/2018 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHIASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO, YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER (CONSTRUCTION CRAFT LABORERS - AREA B:) Construction Specialist Group .......................$ 30.49 23.20 GROUP 1 .....................$ 29.79 23.20 GROUP 1-a ...................$ 30.01 23.20 GROUP 1-c ...................$ 30.01 23.20 GROUP 1-e ...................$ 30.34 23.20 GROUP 1-f ...................$ 30.37 23.20 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.64 23.20 GROUP 3 .....................$ 29.54 23.20 GROUP 4 .....................$ 23.23 23.20 See groups 1-b and 1-d under laborer classifications. LABORER (GARDENERS, HORTICULTURAL & LANDSCAPE LABORERS - AREA B:) (1) New Construction ........ $ 29.54 23.20 (2) Establishment Warranty Period ......................$ 23.23 23.20 LABORER (GUNITE - AREA B:) GROUP 1 .....................$ 29.75 22.31 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.25 22.31 GROUP 3 .....................$ 28.66 22.31 GROUP 4 .....................$ 28.54 22.31 LABORER (WRECKING - AREA B:) https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 37/71 11/12/2019 GROUP 1 .....................$ 29.79 23.20 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.64 23.20 FOOTNOTES: Laborers working off or with or from bos'n chairs, swinging scaffolds, belts shall receive $0.25 per hour above the applicable wage rate. This shall not apply to workers entitled to receive the wage rate set forth in Group 1-a below. LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST GROUP: Asphalt ironer and raker; Chainsaw; Laser beam in connection with laborers' work; Cast -in- place manhole form setter; Pressure pipelayer; Davis trencher - 300 or similar type (and all small trenchers); Blaster; Diamond driller; Multiple unit drill; Hydraulic drill GROUP 1: Asphalt spreader boxes (all types); Barko, Wacker and similar type tampers; Buggymobile; Caulker, bander, pipewrapper, conduit layer, plastic pipelayer; Certified hazardous waste worker including Leade Abatement; Compactors of all types; Concrete and magnesite mixer, 1/2 yd. and under; Concrete pan work; Concrete sander; Concrete saw; Cribber and/or shoring; Cut granite curb setter; Dri-pak-it machine; Faller, logloader and bucker; Form raiser, slip forms; Green cutter; Headerboard, Hubsetter, aligner, by any method; High pressure blow pipe (1-1/2"" or over, 100 lbs. pressure/over); Hydro seeder and similar type; Jackhammer operator; Jacking of pipe over 12 inches; Jackson and similar type compactor; Kettle tender, pot and worker applying asphalt, lay-kold, creosote, lime, caustic and similar type materials (applying means applying, dipping or handling of such materials); Lagging, sheeting, whaling, bracing, trenchjacking, lagging hammer; Magnesite, epoxyresin, fiberglass, mastic worker (wet or dry); No joint pipe and stripping of same, including repair of beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.govtwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 38171 11/12/2019 voids; Pavement breaker and spader, including tool grinder; Perma curb; Pipelayer (including grade checking in connection with pipelaying); Precast -manhole setter; Pressure pipe tester; Post hole digger, air, gas and electric; Power broom sweeper; Power tampers of all types (except as shown in Group 2); Ram set gun and stud gun; Riprap stonepaver and rock -slinger, including placing of sacked concrete and/or sand (wet or dry) and gabions and similar type; Rotary scarifier or multiple head concrete chipping scarifier; Roto and Ditch Witch; Rototiller; Sandblaster, pot, gun, nozzle operators; Signalling and rigging; Tank cleaner; Tree climber; Turbo blaster; Vibrascreed, bull float in connection with laborers' work; Vibrator; Hazardous waste worker (lead removal); Asbestos and mold removal worker GROUP 1-a: Toy drill model TWM-2A; Gardner -Denver model DH143 and similar type drills; Track driller; Jack leg driller; Wagon driller; Mechanical drillers, all types regardless of type or method of power; Mechanical pipe layers, all types regardless of type or method of power; Blaster and powder; All work of loading, placing and blasting of all powder and explosives of whatever type regardless of method used for such loading and placing; High scalers (including drilling of same); Tree topper; Bit grinder GROUP 1-b: Sewer cleaners shall receive $4.00 per day above Group 1 wage rates. ""Sewer cleaner"" means any worker who handles or comes in contact with raw sewage in small diameter sewers. Those who work inside recently active, large diameter sewers, and all recently active sewer manholes shal receive $5.00 per day above Group 1 wage rates. GROUP 1-c: Burning and welding in connection with laborers' work; Synthetic thermoplastics and similar type welding GROUP 1-d: Maintenance and repair track and road beds. All employees performing work covered herein shall receive $ .25 per hour above their regular rate for all work performed on underground structures not specifically beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 39/71 11/12/2019 covered herein. This paragraph shall not be construed to apply to work below ground level in open cut. It shall apply to cut and cover work of subway construction after the temporary cover has been placed. GROUP 1-e: Work on and/or in bell hole footings and shafts thereof, and work on and in deep footings. (A deep footing is a hole 15 feet or more in depth.) In the event the depth of the footing is unknown at the commencement of excavation, and the final depth exceeds 15 feet, the deep footing wage rate would apply to all employees for each and every day worked on or in the excavation of the footing from the date of inception. GROUP 1-f: Wire winding machine in connection with guniting or shot crete GROUP 2: Asphalt shoveler; Cement dumper and handling dry cement or gypsum; Choke -setter and rigger (clearing work); Concrete bucket dumper and chute; Concrete chipping and grinding; Concrete laborer (wet or dry); Driller tender, chuck tender, nipper; Guinea chaser (stake), grout crew; High pressure nozzle, adductor; Hydraulic monitor (over 100 lbs. pressure); Loading and unloading, carrying and hauling of all rods and materials for use in reinforcing concrete construction; Pittsburgh chipper and similar type brush shredders; Sloper; Single foot, hand-held, pneumatic tamper; All pneumatic, air, gas and electric tools not listed in Groups 1 through 1-f; lacking of pipe - under 12 inches GROUP 3: Construction laborers, including bridge and general laborer; Dump, load spotter; Flag person; Fire watcher; Fence erector; Guardrail erector; Gardener, horticultural and landscape laborer; Jetting; Limber, brush loader and piler; Pavement marker (button setter); Maintenance, repair track and road beds; Streetcar and railroad construction track laborer; Temporary air and water lines, Victaulic or similar; Tool room attendant (jobsite only) GROUP 4: Final clean-up work of debris, grounds and building beta.SAM.gov https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 40/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov including but not limited to: street cleaner; cleaning and washing windows; brick cleaner (jobsite only); material cleaner (jobsite only). The classification ""material cleaner"" is to be utilized under the following conditions: A: at demolition site for the salvage of the material. B: at the conclusion of a job where the material is to be salvaged and stocked to be reused on another job. C: for the cleaning of salvage material at the jobsite or temporary jobsite yard. The material cleaner classification should not be used in the performance of ""form stripping, cleaning and oiling and moving to the next point of erection"". GUNITE LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Structural Nozzleman GROUP 2: Nozzleman, Gunman, Potman, Groundman GROUP 3: Reboundman GROUP 4: Gunite laborer WRECKING WORK LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Skilled wrecker (removing and salvaging of sash, windows and materials) GROUP 2: Semi -skilled wrecker (salvaging of other building materials) LABOO185-008 07/01/2018 Rates Fringes https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 41/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Plasterer tender .................$ 32.02 23.00 Work on a swing stage scaffold: $1.00 per hour additional. LABOO261-002 06/25/2018 MARIN COUNTY Rates Fringes LABORER (TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANE CLOSURE) Escort Driver, Flag Person..$ 30.54 23.65 Traffic Control Person I....$ 30.84 23.65 Traffic Control Person II ... $ 28.34 23.65 TRAFFIC CONTROL PERSON I: Layout of traffic control, crash cushions, construction area and roadside signage. TRAFFIC CONTROL PERSON II: Installation and removal of temporary/permanent signs, markers, delineators and crash cushions. LAB00261-004 06/25/2018 MARIN COUNTY Rates Fringes Tunnel and Shaft Laborers: GROUP 1 .....................$ 37.82 24.11 GROUP 2 .....................$ 37.59 24.11 GROUP 3 .....................$ 37.34 24.11 GROUP 4 .....................$ 36.89 24.11 GROUP 5 .....................$ 36.35 24.11 Shotcrete Specialist ........$ 38.34 24.11 TUNNEL AND SHAFT CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Diamond driller; Groundmen; Gunite and shotcrete https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 42/71 11/12/2019 nozzlemen GROUP 2: Rodmen; Shaft work & raise (below actual or excavated ground level) GROUP 3: Bit grinder; Blaster, driller, powdermen, heading; Cherry pickermen - where car is lifted; Concrete finisher in tunnel; Concrete screedman; Grout pumpman and potman; Gunite & shotcrete gunman & potman; Headermen; High pressure nozzleman; Miner - tunnel, including top and bottom man on shaft and raise work; Nipper; Nozzleman on slick line; Sandblaster - potman, Robotic Shotcrete Placer, Segment Erector, Tunnel Muck Hauler, Steel Form raiser and setter; Timberman, retimberman (wood or steel or substitute materials therefore); Tugger (for tunnel laborer work); Cable tender; Chuck tender; Powderman - primer house GROUP 4: Vibrator operator, pavement breaker; Bull gang - muckers, trackmen; Concrete crew - includes rodding and spreading, Dumpmen (any method) GROUP 5: Grout crew; Reboundman; Swamper/ Brakeman LAB00261-007 07/01/2018 MARIN AND NAPA COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER Mason Tender -Brick .......... $ 32.45 22.20 beta.SAM.gov ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00261-010 06/25/2018 MARIN COUNTY Rates Fringes LABORER (CONSTRUCTION CRAFT LABORERS - AREA A:) https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 43/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Construction Specialist Group .......................$ 31.49 23.20 GROUP 1 .....................$ 30.79 23.20 GROUP 1-a ...................$ 31.01 23.20 GROUP 1-c ...................$ 30.84 23.20 GROUP 1-e ...................$ 31.34 23.20 GROUP 1-f ...................$ 31.37 23.20 GROUP 2 .....................$ 30.64 23.20 GROUP 3 .....................$ 30.54 23.20 GROUP 4 .....................$ 24.23 23.20 See groups 1-b and 1-d under laborer classifications. LABORER (GARDENERS, HORTICULTURAL & LANDSCAPE LABORERS - AREA A:) (1) New Construction ........ $ 30.54 23.20 (2) Establishment Warranty Period ......................$ 24.23 23.20 LABORER (GUNITE - AREA A:) GROUP 1 .....................$ 30.75 22.31 GROUP 2 .....................$ 30.25 22.31 GROUP 3 .....................$ 29.66 22.31 GROUP 4 .....................$ 29.54 22.31 LABORER (WRECKING - AREA A:) GROUP 1 .....................$ 30.79 23.20 GROUP 2 .....................$ 30.64 23.20 FOOTNOTES: Laborers working off or with or from bos'n chairs, swinging scaffolds, belts shall receive $0.25 per hour above the applicable wage rate. This shall not apply to workers entitled to receive the wage rate set forth in Group 1-a below. LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST GROUP: Asphalt ironer and raker; Chainsaw; Laser beam in connection with laborers' work; Cast -in- place manhole form setter; Pressure pipelayer; https:Hbeta.sam.govtwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 44/71 11/12/2019 Davis trencher - 300 or similar type (and all small trenchers); Blaster; Diamond driller; Multiple unit drill; Hydraulic drill GROUP 1: Asphalt spreader boxes (all types); Barko, Wacker and similar type tampers; Buggymobile; Caulker, bander, pipewrapper, conduit layer, plastic pipelayer; Certified hazardous waste worker including Leade Abatement; Compactors of all types; Concrete and magnesite mixer, 1/2 yd. and under; Concrete pan work; Concrete sander; Concrete saw; Cribber and/or shoring; Cut granite curb setter; Dri-pak-it machine; Faller, logloader and bucker; Form raiser, slip forms; Green cutter; Headerboard, Hubsetter, aligner, by any method; High pressure blow pipe (1-1/2"" or over, 100 lbs. pressure/over); Hydro seeder and similar type; Jackhammer operator; Jacking of pipe over 12 inches; Jackson and similar type compactor; Kettle tender, pot and worker applying asphalt, lay-kold, creosote, lime, caustic and similar type materials (applying means applying, dipping or handling of such materials); Lagging, sheeting, whaling, bracing, trenchjacking, lagging hammer; Magnesite, epoxyresin, fiberglass, mastic worker (wet or dry); No joint pipe and stripping of same, including repair of voids; Pavement breaker and spader, including tool grinder; Perma curb; Pipelayer (including grade checking in connection with pipelaying); Precast -manhole setter; Pressure pipe tester; Post hole digger, air, gas and electric; Power broom sweeper; Power tampers of all types (except as shown in Group 2); Ram set gun and stud gun; Riprap stonepaver and rock -slinger, including placing of sacked concrete and/or sand (wet or dry) and gabions and similar type; Rotary scarifier or multiple head concrete chipping scarifier; Roto and Ditch Witch; Rototiller; Sandblaster, pot, gun, nozzle operators; Signalling and rigging; Tank cleaner; Tree climber; Turbo blaster; Vibrascreed, bull float in connection with laborers' work; Vibrator; Hazardous waste worker (lead removal); Asbestos and mold removal worker GROUP 1-a: Joy drill model TWM-2A; Gardner -Denver model DH143 and similar type drills; Track driller; Jack leg driller; beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 45/71 11/12/2019 Wagon driller; Mechanical drillers, all types regardless of type or method of power; Mechanical pipe layers, all types regardless of type or method of power; Blaster and powder; All work of loading, placing and blasting of all powder and explosives of whatever type regardless of method used for such loading and placing; High scalers (including drilling of same); Tree topper; Bit grinder GROUP 1-b: Sewer cleaners shall receive $4.00 per day above Group 1 wage rates. ""Sewer cleaner"" means any worker who handles or comes in contact with raw sewage in small diameter sewers. Those who work inside recently active, large diameter sewers, and all recently active sewer manholes shal receive $5.00 per day above Group 1 wage rates. GROUP 1-c: Burning and welding in connection with laborers' work; Synthetic thermoplastics and similar type welding GROUP 1-d: Maintenance and repair track and road beds. All employees performing work covered herein shall receive $ .25 per hour above their regular rate for all work performed on underground structures not specifically covered herein. This paragraph shall not be construed to apply to work below ground level in open cut. It shall apply to cut and cover work of subway construction after the temporary cover has been placed. GROUP 1-e: Work on and/or in bell hole footings and shafts thereof, and work on and in deep footings. (A deep footing is a hole 15 feet or more in depth.) In the event the depth of the footing is unknown at the commencement of excavation, and the final depth exceeds 15 feet, the deep footing wage rate would apply to all employees for each and every day worked on or in the excavation of the footing from the date of inception. GROUP 1-f: Wire winding machine in connection with guniting or shot crete GROUP 2: Asphalt shoveler; Cement dumper and handling dry beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.govtwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 46/71 11/12/2019 cement or gypsum; Choke -setter and rigger (clearing work); Concrete bucket dumper and chute; Concrete chipping and grinding; Concrete laborer (wet or dry); Driller tender, chuck tender, nipper; Guinea chaser (stake), grout crew; High pressure nozzle, adductor; Hydraulic monitor (over 100 lbs. pressure); Loading and unloading, carrying and hauling of all rods and materials for use in reinforcing concrete construction; Pittsburgh chipper and similar type brush shredders; Sloper; Single foot, hand-held, pneumatic tamper; All pneumatic, air, gas and electric tools not listed in Groups 1 through 1-f; lacking of pipe - under 12 inches GROUP 3: Construction laborers, including bridge and general laborer; Dump, load spotter; Flag person; Fire watcher; Fence erector; Guardrail erector; Gardener, horticultural and landscape laborer; letting; Limber, brush loader and piler; Pavement marker (button setter); Maintenance, repair track and road beds; Streetcar and railroad construction track laborer; Temporary air and water lines, Victaulic or similar; Tool room attendant (jobsite only) GROUP 4: Final clean-up work of debris, grounds and building including but not limited to: street cleaner; cleaning and washing windows; brick cleaner (jobsite only); material cleaner (jobsite only). The classification ""material cleaner"" is to be utilized under the following conditions: A: at demolition site for the salvage of the material. B: at the conclusion of a job where the material is to be salvaged and stocked to be reused on another job. C: for the cleaning of salvage material at the jobsite or temporary jobsite yard. The material cleaner classification should not be used in the performance of ""form stripping, cleaning and oiling and moving to the next point of erection"". GUNITE LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 47/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov GROUP 1: Structural Nozzleman GROUP 2: Nozzleman, Gunman, Potman, Groundman GROUP 3: Reboundman GROUP 4: Gunite laborer WRECKING WORK LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Skilled wrecker (removing and salvaging of sash, windows and materials) GROUP 2: Semi -skilled wrecker (salvaging of other building materials) ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00261-015 07/01/2018 Rates Fringes Plasterer tender .................$ 32.02 23.00 Work on a swing stage scaffold: $1.00 per hour additional. ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00324-004 06/25/2018 NAPA, SOLANO, AND SONOMA, COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER (TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANE CLOSURE) Escort Driver, Flag Person..$ 29.54 23.65 Traffic Control Person I....$ 29.84 23.65 Traffic Control Person II ... $ 27.34 23.65 TRAFFIC CONTROL PERSON I: Layout of traffic control, crash cushions, construction area and roadside signage. https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 48/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov TRAFFIC CONTROL PERSON II: Installation and removal of temporary/permanent signs, markers, delineators and crash cushions. ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00324-008 06/25/2018 NAPA, SOLANO, AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Tunnel and Shaft Laborers: GROUP 1 .....................$ 37.82 24.11 GROUP 2 .....................$ 37.59 24.11 GROUP 3 .....................$ 37.34 24.11 GROUP 4 .....................$ 36.89 24.11 GROUP 5 .....................$ 36.35 24.11 Shotcrete Specialist ........ $ 38.34 24.11 TUNNEL AND SHAFT CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Diamond driller; Groundmen; Gunite and shotcrete nozzlemen GROUP 2: Rodmen; Shaft work & raise (below actual or excavated ground level) GROUP 3: Bit grinder; Blaster, driller, powdermen, heading; Cherry pickermen - where car is lifted; Concrete finisher in tunnel; Concrete screedman; Grout pumpman and potman; Gunite & shotcrete gunman & potman; Headermen; High pressure nozzleman; Miner - tunnel, including top and bottom man on shaft and raise work; Nipper; Nozzleman on slick line; Sandblaster - potman, Robotic Shotcrete Placer, Segment Erector, Tunnel Muck Hauler, Steel Form raiser and setter; Timberman, retimberman (wood or steel or substitute materials therefore); Tugger (for tunnel laborer work); Cable tender; Chuck tender; Powderman - primer house GROUP 4: Vibrator operator, pavement breaker; Bull gang - https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 49/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov muckers, trackmen; Concrete crew - includes rodding and spreading, Dumpmen (any method) GROUP 5: Grout crew; Reboundman; Swamper/ Brakeman LAB00324-010 07/01/2018 SOLANO AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER Mason Tender -Brick .......... $ 31.45 22.20 LAB00324-013 06/25/2018 NAPA, SOLANO, AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER (CONSTRUCTION CRAFT LABORERS - AREA B:) Construction Specialist Group .......................$ 30.49 23.20 GROUP 1 .....................$ 29.79 23.20 GROUP 1-a ...................$ 30.01 23.20 GROUP 1-c ...................$ 29.84 23.20 GROUP 1-e ...................$ 30.34 23.20 GROUP 1-f ...................$ 29.37 23.20 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.64 23.20 GROUP 3 .....................$ 29.54 23.20 GROUP 4 .....................$ 23.23 23.20 See groups 1-b and 1-d under laborer classifications. LABORER (GARDENERS, HORTICULTURAL & LANDSCAPE LABORERS - AREA B:) (1) New Construction ........ $ 29.54 23.20 (2) Establishment Warranty Period ......................$ 23.23 23.20 LABORER (GUNITE - AREA B:) https://beta.sam.govtwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 50/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov GROUP 1 .....................$ 29.75 22.31 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.25 22.31 GROUP 3 .....................$ 28.66 22.31 GROUP 4 .....................$ 28.54 22.31 LABORER (WRECKING - AREA B:) GROUP 1 .....................$ 29.79 23.20 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.64 23.20 FOOTNOTES: Laborers working off or with or from bos'n chairs, swinging scaffolds, belts shall receive $0.25 per hour above the applicable wage rate. This shall not apply to workers entitled to receive the wage rate set forth in Group 1-a below. LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST GROUP: Asphalt ironer and raker; Chainsaw; Laser beam in connection with laborers' work; Cast -in- place manhole form setter; Pressure pipelayer; Davis trencher - 300 or similar type (and all small trenchers); Blaster; Diamond driller; Multiple unit drill; Hydraulic drill GROUP 1: Asphalt spreader boxes (all types); Barko, Wacker and similar type tampers; Buggymobile; Caulker, bander, pipewrapper, conduit layer, plastic pipelayer; Certified hazardous waste worker including Leade Abatement; Compactors of all types; Concrete and magnesite mixer, 1/2 yd. and under; Concrete pan work; Concrete sander; Concrete saw; Cribber and/or shoring; Cut granite curb setter; Dri-pak-it machine; Faller, logloader and bucker; Form raiser, slip forms; Green cutter; Headerboard, Hubsetter, aligner, by any method; High pressure blow pipe (1-1/2"" or over, 100 lbs. pressure/over); Hydro seeder and similar type; Jackhammer operator; Jacking of pipe over 12 inches; Jackson and similar type compactor; Kettle tender, pot and worker applying asphalt, lay-kold, creosote, lime, caustic https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 51171 11/12/2019 and similar type materials (applying means applying, dipping or handling of such materials); Lagging, sheeting, whaling, bracing, trenchjacking, lagging hammer; Magnesite, epoxyresin, fiberglass, mastic worker (wet or dry); No joint pipe and stripping of same, including repair of voids; Pavement breaker and spader, including tool grinder; Perma curb; Pipelayer (including grade checking in connection with pipelaying); Precast -manhole setter; Pressure pipe tester; Post hole digger, air, gas and electric; Power broom sweeper; Power tampers of all types (except as shown in Group 2); Ram set gun and stud gun; Riprap stonepaver and rock -slinger, including placing of sacked concrete and/or sand (wet or dry) and gabions and similar type; Rotary scarifier or multiple head concrete chipping scarifier; Roto and Ditch Witch; Rototiller; Sandblaster, pot, gun, nozzle operators; Signalling and rigging; Tank cleaner; Tree climber; Turbo blaster; Vibrascreed, bull float in connection with laborers' work; Vibrator; Hazardous waste worker (lead removal); Asbestos and mold removal worker GROUP 1-a: Joy drill model TWM-2A; Gardner -Denver model DH143 and similar type drills; Track driller; Jack leg driller; Wagon driller; Mechanical drillers, all types regardless of type or method of power; Mechanical pipe layers, all types regardless of type or method of power; Blaster and powder; All work of loading, placing and blasting of all powder and explosives of whatever type regardless of method used for such loading and placing; High scalers (including drilling of same); Tree topper; Bit grinder GROUP 1-b: Sewer cleaners shall receive $4.00 per day above Group 1 wage rates. ""Sewer cleaner"" means any worker who handles or comes in contact with raw sewage in small diameter sewers. Those who work inside recently active, large diameter sewers, and all recently active sewer manholes shal receive $5.00 per day above Group 1 wage rates. GROUP 1-c: Burning and welding in connection with laborers' work; Synthetic thermoplastics and similar type welding beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 52/71 11/12/2019 GROUP 1-d: Maintenance and repair track and road beds. All employees performing work covered herein shall receive $ .25 per hour above their regular rate for all work performed on underground structures not specifically covered herein. This paragraph shall not be construed to apply to work below ground level in open cut. It shall apply to cut and cover work of subway construction after the temporary cover has been placed. GROUP 1-e: Work on and/or in bell hole footings and shafts thereof, and work on and in deep footings. (A deep footing is a hole 15 feet or more in depth.) In the event the depth of the footing is unknown at the commencement of excavation, and the final depth exceeds 15 feet, the deep footing wage rate would apply to all employees for each and every day worked on or in the excavation of the footing from the date of inception. GROUP 1-f: Wire winding machine in connection with guniting or shot crete GROUP 2: Asphalt shoveler; Cement dumper and handling dry cement or gypsum; Choke -setter and rigger (clearing work); Concrete bucket dumper and chute; Concrete chipping and grinding; Concrete laborer (wet or dry); Driller tender, chuck tender, nipper; Guinea chaser (stake), grout crew; High pressure nozzle, adductor; Hydraulic monitor (over 100 lbs. pressure); Loading and unloading, carrying and hauling of all rods and materials for use in reinforcing concrete construction; Pittsburgh chipper and similar type brush shredders; Sloper; Single foot, hand-held, pneumatic tamper; All pneumatic, air, gas and electric tools not listed in Groups 1 through 1-f; Jacking of pipe - under 12 inches GROUP 3: Construction laborers, including bridge and general laborer; Dump, load spotter; Flag person; Fire watcher; Fence erector; Guardrail erector; Gardener, horticultural and landscape laborer; Jetting; Limber, brush loader and piler; Pavement marker (button setter); Maintenance, repair beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 53/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov track and road beds; Streetcar and railroad construction track laborer; Temporary air and water lines, Victaulic or similar; Tool room attendant (jobsite only) GROUP 4: Final clean-up work of debris, grounds and building including but not limited to: street cleaner; cleaning and washing windows; brick cleaner (jobsite only); material cleaner (jobsite only). The classification ""material cleaner"" is to be utilized under the following conditions: A: at demolition site for the salvage of the material. B: at the conclusion of a job where the material is to be salvaged and stocked to be reused on another job. C: for the cleaning of salvage material at the jobsite or temporary jobsite yard. The material cleaner classification should not be used in the performance of ""form stripping, cleaning and oiling and moving to the next point of erection"". GUNITE LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Structural Nozzleman GROUP 2: Nozzleman, Gunman, Potman, Groundman GROUP 3: Reboundman GROUP 4: Gunite laborer WRECKING WORK LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Skilled wrecker (removing and salvaging of sash, windows and materials) GROUP 2: Semi -skilled wrecker (salvaging of other building materials) https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 54/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00324-019 07/01/2018 Rates Fringes Plasterer tender .................$ 32.02 23.00 Work on a swing stage scaffold: $1.00 per hour additional. ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0016-004 01/01/2019 MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO & SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: ........................ $ 42.67 24.03 PREMIUMS: EXOTIC MATERIALS - $0.75 additional per hour. SPRAY WORK: - $0.50 additional per hour. INDUSTRIAL PAINTING - $0.25 additional per hour [Work on industrial buildings used for the manufacture and processing of goods for sale or service; steel construction (bridges), stacks, towers, tanks, and similar structures] HIGH WORK: over 50 feet - $2.00 per hour additional 100 to 180 feet - $4.00 per hour additional Over 180 feet - $6.00 per houir additional ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0016-005 01/01/2018 ALPINE, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), GLENN, LASSEN (west of Hwy. 395, excluding Honey Lake); MARIN, MODOC, NAPA, NEVADA (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), PLACER (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SONOMA, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 55/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Rates Fringes DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER ........... $ 41.03 25.34 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0016-007 01/01/2019 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA. EL DORADO (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), GLENN, LASSEN (west of Highway 395, excluding Honey Lake), MODOC, NEVADA (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), PLACER (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains), SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO & YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: ........................ $ 33.68 20.24 SPRAY/SANDBLAST: $0.50 additional per hour. EXOTIC MATERIALS: $1.00 additional per hour. HIGH TIME: Over 50 ft above ground or water level $2.00 additional per hour. 100 to 180 ft above ground or water level $4.00 additional per hour. Over 180 ft above ground or water level $6.00 additional per hour. ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0016-008 01/01/2019 MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes SOFT FLOOR LAYER .................$ 48.60 27.43 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0169-004 01/01/2019 MARIN , NAPA & SONOMA COUNTIES; SOLANO COUNTY (west of a line defined as follows: Hwy. 80 corridor beginning at the City of Fairfield, including Travis Air Force Base and Suisun City; https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 56/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov going north of Manakas Corner Rd., continue north on Suisun Valley Rd. to the Napa County line; Hwy. 80 corridor south on Grizzly Island Rd. to the Grizzly Island Management area) Rates Fringes GLAZIER ..........................$ 50.03 28.19 * PAIN0567-001 07/01/2018 EL DORADO COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); LASSEN COUNTY (east of Highway 395, beginning at Stacey and including Honey Lake); NEVADA COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); PLACER COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); AND SIERRA COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains) Rates Fringes Painters: Brush and Roller ............ $ 26.70 13.04 Spray Painter & Paperhanger.$ 28.04 13.04 PREMIUMS: Special Coatings (Brush), and Sandblasting = $0.50/hr Special Coatings (Spray), and Steeplejack = $1.00/hr Special Coating Spray Steel = $1.25/hr Swing Stage = $2.00/hr *A special coating is a coating that requires the mixing of 2 or more products. PAIN0567-007 07/01/2018 EL DORADO COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); LASSEN COUNTY (east of Highway 395, beginning at Stacey and including Honey Lake); NEVADA COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); PLACER COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains) https://beta.sang ov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 57/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov AND SIERRA COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains) Rates Fringes SOFT FLOOR LAYER .................$ 29.10 13.14 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0567-010 07/01/2018 EL DORADO COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); LASSEN COUNTY (east of Highway 395, beginning at Stacey and including Honey Lake); NEVADA COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); PLACER COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); AND SIERRA COUNTY (east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains) Rates Fringes Drywall (1) Taper ...................$ 31.82 13.04 (2) Steeplejack - Taper, over 40 ft with open space below .......................$ 33.32 13.04 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0767-004 01/01/2019 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO (Remainder), SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO, YUBA Rates Fringes GLAZIER ..........................$ 38.47 28.40 PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Employee rquired to wear a body harness shall receive $1.50 https:gbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 58/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov per hour above the basic hourly rate at any elevation. ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN1176-001 01/01/2017 HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT Rates Fringes Parking Lot Striping/Highway Marking: GROUP 1 .....................$ 34.41 16.31 GROUP 2 .....................$ 29.25 16.31 GROUP 3 .....................$ 29.59 16.31 CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Striper: Layout and application of painted traffic stripes and marking; hot thermo plastic; tape, traffic stripes and markings GROUP 2: Gamecourt & Playground Installer GROUP 3: Protective Coating, Pavement Sealing PAIN1237-001 10/01/2018 ALPINE; COLUSA; EL DORADO (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); GLENN; LASSEN (west of Highway 395, beginning at Stacey and including Honey Lake); MODOC; NEVADA (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); PLACER (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); PLUMAS; SACRAMENTO; SHASTA; SIERRA (west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains); SISKIYOU; SUTTER; TEHAMA; TRINITY; YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes SOFT FLOOR LAYER .................$ 36.81 21.51 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 59/71 11/12/2019 PLAS0300-003 07/01/2018 Rates Fringes PLASTERER AREA 295: Alpine, Amador, Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sutter, Tehema, Trinity, Yolo & Yuba Counties ........ $ 32.70 31.68 AREA 355: Marin .............$ 36.73 31.68 AREA 355: Napa & Sonoma Counties ....................$ 32.70 31.68 PLAS0300-005 07/01/2017 Rates Fringes CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 33.49 23.67 PLUM0038-002 07/01/2018 MARIN AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes PLUMBER (Plumber, Steamfitter, Refrigeration Fitter) (1) Work on wooden frame structures 5 stories or less excluding hgih-rise buildings and commercial work such as hospitals, prisons, hotels, schools, casinos, wastewater treatment plants, and resarch facilities as well beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 60/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov as refrigeration pipefitting, service and repair work - MARKET RECOVERY RATE ...............$ 72.00 41.94 (2) All other work - NEW CONSTRUCTION RATE ...........$ 72.00 41.94 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLUM0038-006 07/01/2018 MARIN & SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Landscape/Irrigation Fitter (Underground/Utility Fitter) ..... $ 61.20 30.17 ---------------------------------------------------------------- * PLUM0228-001 07/01/2019 BUTTE, COLUSA, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, PLUMAS, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY & YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes PLUMBER ..........................$ 40.50 32.64 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLUM0343-001 01/01/2019 NAPA AND SOLANO COUNTIES Rates Fringes PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER Light Commercial ............ $ 30.85 20.40 All Other Work ..............$ 51.00 38.50 DEFINITION OF LIGHT COMMERICIAL: Work shall include strip shopping centers, office buildings, schools and other commercial structures which the total plumbing bid does not exceed Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($250,000) and the total heating and cooling does not https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 61/71 11/12/2019 exceed Two Hundred Fifty Thousand ($250,000); or Any projects bid in phases shall not qualify unless the total project is less than Two Hundred Fifty Thousand ($250,000) for the plumbing bid; and Two Hundred Fifty Thousand ($250,000) for the heating and cooling bid. Excluded are hospitals, jails, institutions and industrial projects, regardless size of the project FOOTNOTES: While fitting galvanized material: $.75 per hour additional. Work from trusses, temporary staging, unguarded structures 35' from the ground or water: $.75 per hour additional. Work from swinging scaffolds, boatswains chairs or similar devices: $.75 per hour additional. * PLUM0350-001 08/01/2019 EL DORADO COUNTY (Lake Tahoe area only); NEVADA COUNTY (Lake Tahoe area only); AND PLACER COUNTY (Lake Tahoe area only) Rates Fringes PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER...............$ 45.84 13.81 PLUM0355-001 07/01/2018 ALPINE, AMADOR, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NAPA, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SOLANO, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO, AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Underground Utility Worker /Landscape Fitter ........... $ 27.10 16.30 * PLUM0442-003 07/01/2019 AMADOR (South of San Joaquin River) and ALPINE COUNTIES beta.SAM.gov https:Hbeta.sam.govtwage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 62/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Rates Fringes PLUMBER ..........................$ 43.50 30.89 ----- --- -------------------------------------------------------- PLUM0447-001 07/01/2018 AMADOR (north of San Joaquin River), EL DORADO (excluding Lake Tahoe area), NEVADA (excluding Lake Tahoe area); PLACER (excluding Lake Tahoe area), SACRAMENTO AND YOLO COUNTIES Rates Fringes PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER Journeyman ..................$ 49.67 25.00 Light Commercial Work ....... $ 36.23 17.72 ------------------------ --- ------------------------------------- ROOF0081-006 08/01/2018 MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO AND SONOMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Roofer ...........................$ 39.40 17.58 ---------------------------------------------------------------- RODFOOBI-007 08/01/2018 ALPINE, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN,LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO, AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Roofer ...........................$ 36.57 18.23 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SFCA0483-003 01/01/2019 MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO AND SONOMA COUNTIES https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 63/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Rates Fringes SPRINKLER FITTER (Fire Sprinklers)., ...................$ 63.52 31.17 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SFCA0669-003 04/01/2017 ALPINE, BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, TRINITY, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes SPRINKLER FITTER .................$ 37.20 15.84 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0104-006 07/02/2018 MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO SONOMA & TRINITY COUNTIES Rates Fringes Sheet Metal Worker Mechanical Contracts $200,000 or less ............ $ 51.87 37.19 All other work ..............$ 59.11 38.54 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0104-009 07/01/2018 AMADOR, COLUSA, EL DORADO, NEVADA, PLACER, SACRAMENTO, SUTTER, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes SHEET METAL WORKER ...............$ 42.91 34.45 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0104-010 07/01/2018 ALPINE COUNTY https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 64/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov Rates Fringes SHEET METAL WORKER ...............$ 40.34 32.80 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0104-011 07/01/2018 BUTTE, COLUSA, EL DORADO, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, NEVADA, PLACER, PLUMAS, SACRAMENTO, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU, SUTTER, TEHAMA, YOLO AND YUBA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Sheet Metal Worker (Metal decking and siding only) ......... $ 39.93 32.70 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0104-014 07/01/2017 MARIN, NAPA, SOLANO, SONOMA AND TRINITY COUNTIES Rates Fringes SHEET METAL WORKER (Metal Decking and Siding only) ......... $ 37.53 32.10 ---------------------------------------------------------------- SHEE0104-019 07/01/2018 BUTTE, GLENN, LASSEN, MODOC, PLUMAS, SHASTA, SIERRA, SISKIYOU AND TEHAMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes SHEET METAL WORKER Mechanical Jobs $200,000 & under .......................$ 32.21 32.29 Mechanical Jobs over $200,000 ....................$ 42.91 34.43 ---------------------------------------------------------------- TEAM0094-001 07/01/2018 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 65/71 11/12/2019 Rates Fringes Truck drivers: GROUP 1 .....................$ 31.68 27.86 GROUP 2 .....................$ 31.98 27.86 GROUP 3 .....................$ 32.28 27.86 GROUP 4 .....................$ 32.63 27.86 GROUP 5 .....................$ 32.98 27.86 FOOTNOTES: Articulated dump truck; Bulk cement spreader (with or without auger); Dumperete truck; Skid truck (debris box); Dry pre -batch concrete mix trucks; Dumpster or similar type; Slurry truck: Use dump truck yardage rate. Heater planer; Asphalt burner; Scarifier burner; Industrial lift truck (mechanical tailgate); Utility and clean-up truck: Use appropriate rate for the power unit or the equipment utilized. TRUCK DRIVER CLASSIFICATIONS beta.SAM.gov GROUP 1: Dump trucks, under 6 yds.; Single unit flat rack (2 - axle unit); Nipper truck (when flat rack truck is used appropriate flat rack shall apply); Concrete pump truck (when flat rack truck is used appropriate flat rack shall apply); Concrete pump machine; Fork lift and lift jitneys; Fuel and/or grease truck driver or fuel person; Snow buggy; Steam cleaning; Bus or personhaul driver; Escort or pilot car driver; Pickup truck; Teamster oiler/greaser and/or serviceperson; Hook tender (including loading and unloading); Team driver; Tool room attendant (refineries) GROUP 2: Dump trucks, 6 yds. and under 8 yds.; Transit mixers, through 10 yds.; Water trucks, under 7,000 gals.; Jetting trucks, under 7,000 gals.; Single -unit flat rack (3 -axle unit); Highbed heavy duty transport; Scissor truck; Rubber -tired muck car (not self -loaded); Rubber -tired truck jumbo; Winch truck and ""A"" frame drivers; Combination winch truck with hoist; Road oil truck or bootperson; Buggymobile; Ross, Hyster and similar straddle carriers; https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 66/71 11/12/2019 Small rubber -tired tractor GROUP 3: Dump trucks, 8 yds. and including 24 yds.; Transit mixers, over 10 yds.; Water trucks, 7,000 gals. and over; letting trucks, 7,000 gals. and over; Vacuum trucks under 7500 gals. Trucks towing tilt bed or flat bed pull trailers; Lowbed heavy duty transport; Heavy duty transport tiller person; Self- propelled street sweeper with self-contained refuse bin; Boom truck - hydro -lift or Swedish type extension or retracting crane; P.B. or similar type self -loading truck; Tire repairperson; Combination bootperson and road oiler; Dry distribution truck (A bootperson when employed on such equipment, shall receive the rate specified for the classification of road oil trucks or bootperson); Ammonia nitrate distributor, driver and mixer; Snow Go and/or plow GROUP 4: Dump trucks, over 25 yds. and under 65 yds.; Water pulls - DW 10's, 20's, 21's and other similar equipment when pulling Aqua/pak or water tank trailers; Helicopter pilots (when transporting men and materials); Lowbedk Heavy Duty Transport up to including 7 axles; DW10's, 20's, 21's and other similar Cat type, Terra Cobra, LeTourneau Pulls, Tournorocker, Euclid and similar type equipment when pulling fuel and/or grease tank trailers or other miscellaneous trailers; Vacuum Trucks 7500 gals and over and truck repairman GROUP 5: Dump trucks, 65 yds. and over; Holland hauler; Low bed Heavy Duty Transport over 7 axles WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is incidental. Note: Executive Order (EO) 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors applies to all contracts subject to the Davis -Bacon Act for which the contract is awarded (and any beta.SAM.gov https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 67/71 11/12/2019 solicitation was issued) on or after January 1, 2017. If this contract is covered by the E0, the contractor must provide employees with 1 hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours they work, up to 56 hours of paid sick leave each year. Employees must be permitted to use paid sick leave for their own illness, injury or other health-related needs, including preventive care; to assist a family member (or person who is like family to the employee) who is ill, injured, or has other health-related needs, including preventive care; or for reasons resulting from, or to assist a family member (or person who is like family to the employee) who is a victim of, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Additional information on contractor requirements and worker protections under the EO is available at www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts. 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)). 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 a union rate (current union negotiated rate for local), a survey rate (weighted average rate) or a union average rate (weighted union average rate). Union Rate Identifiers A four letter classification abbreviation identifier enclosed in dotted lines beginning with characters other than ""SU"" or ""UAW"' denotes that the union classification and rate were prevailing for that classification in the survey. Example: PLUM0198-005 07/01/2014. PLUM is an abbreviation identifier of the union which prevailed in the survey for this beta.SAM.gov https:Hbeta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 68/71 11/12/2019 classification, which in this example would be Plumbers. 0198 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. 07/01/2014 is the effective date of the most current negotiated rate, which in this example is July 1, 2014. Union prevailing wage rates are updated to reflect all rate changes in the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) governing this classification and rate. Survey Rate Identifiers beta.SAM.gov Classifications listed under the ""SU"" identifier indicate that no one rate prevailed for this classification in the survey and the published rate is derived by computing a weighted average rate based on all the rates reported in the survey for that classification. As this weighted average rate includes all rates reported in the survey, it may include both union and non-union rates. Example: SULA2012-007 5/13/2014. SU indicates the rates are survey rates based on a weighted average calculation of rates and are not majority rates. LA indicates the State of Louisiana. 2012 is the year of survey on which these classifications and rates are based. The next number, 007 in the example, is an internal number used in producing the wage determination. 5/13/2014 indicates the survey completion date for the classifications and rates under that identifier. Survey wage rates are not updated and remain in effect until a new survey is conducted. Union Average Rate Identifiers Classification(s) listed under the UAVG identifier indicate that no single majority rate prevailed for those classifications; however, 100% of the data reported for the classifications was union data. EXAMPLE: UAVG-OH-0010 08/29/2014. UAVG indicates that the rate is a weighted union average rate. OH indicates the state. The next number, 0010 in the example, is an internal number used in producing the wage https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 69/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov determination. 08/29/2014 indicates the survey completion date for the classifications and rates under that identifier. A UAVG rate will be updated once a year, usually in January of each year, to reflect a weighted average of the current negotiated/CBA rate of the union locals from which the rate is based. 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 https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 70/71 11/12/2019 beta.SAM.gov 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" https://beta.sam.gov/wage-determination/CA20190007/6/document 71171 Exhibit D HUD FORM 4010 Pickleweed Park BBQ Rehab Project Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11327 Subcontractor List Approved by City Attorney, dated <insert date> Federal Labor Standards Provisions Applicability The Project or Program to which the construction work covered by this contract pertains is being assisted by the United States of America and the following Federal Labor Standards Provisions are included in this Contract pursuant to the provisions applicable to such Federal assistance. A. 1. (i) Minimum Wages. All laborers and mechanics employed or working upon the site of the work, will be paid unconditionally and not less often than once a week, and without subsequent deduction or rebate on any account (except such payroll deductions as are permitted by regulations issued by the Secretary of Labor under the Copeland Act (29 CFR Part 3), the full amount of wages and bona fide fringe benefits (or cash equivalents thereof) due at time of payment computed at rates not less than those contained in the wage determination of the Secretary of Labor which is attached hereto and made a part hereof, regardless of any contractual relationship which may be alleged to exist between the contractor and such laborers and mechanics. Contributions made or costs reasonably anticipated for bona fide fringe benefits under Section I(b)(2) of the Davis -Bacon Act on behalf of laborers or mechanics are considered wages paid to such laborers or mechanics, subject to the provisions of 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1)(iv); also, regular contributions made or costs incurred for more than a weekly period (but not less often than quarterly) under plans, funds, or programs, which cover the particular weekly period, are deemed to be constructively made or incurred during such weekly period. Such laborers and mechanics shall be paid the appropriate wage rate and fringe benefits on the wage determination for the classification of work actually performed, without regard to skill, except as provided in 29 CFR 5.5(a)(4). Laborers or mechanics performing work in more than one classification may be compensated at the rate specified for each classification for the time actually worked therein: Provided, That the employer's payroll records accurately set forth the time spent in each classification in which work is performed. The wage determination (including any additional classification and wage rates conformed under 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1)(ii) and the Davis -Bacon poster (WH - 1321) shall be posted at all times by the contractor and its subcontractors at the site of the work in a prominent and accessible, place where it can be easily seen by the workers. (it) (a) Any class of laborers or mechanics which is not listed in the wage determination and which is to be employed under the contract shall be classified in conformance with the wage determination. HUD shall approve an additional classification and wage rate and fringe benefits therefor only when the following criteria have been met: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Labor Relations (1) The work to be performed by the classification requested is not performed by a classification in the wage determination; and (2) The classification is utilized in the area by the construction industry; and (3) The proposed wage rate, including any bona fide fringe benefits, bears a reasonable relationship to the wage rates contained in the wage determination. (b) If the contractor and the laborers and mechanics to be employed in the classification (if known), or their representatives, and HUD or its designee agree on the classification and wage rate (including the amount designated for fringe benefits where appropriate), a report of the action taken shall be sent by HUD or its designee to the Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, Employment Standards Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. 20210. The Administrator, or an authorized representative, will approve, modify, or disapprove every additional classification action within 30 days of receipt and so advise HUD or its designee or will notify HUD or its designee within the 30 -day period that additional time is necessary. (Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under OMB control number 1215- 0140.) (c) In the event the contractor, the laborers or mechanics to be employed in the classification or their representatives, and HUD or its designee do not agree on the proposed classification and wage rate (including the amount designated for fringe benefits, where appropriate), HUD or its designee shall refer the questions, including the views of all interested parties and the recommendation of HUD or its designee, to the Administrator for determination. The Administrator, or an authorized representative, will issue a determination within 30 days of receipt and so advise HUD or its designee or will notify HUD or its designee within the 30 -day period that additional time is necessary. (Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under OMB Control Number 1215-0140.) (d) The wage rate (including fringe benefits where appropriate) determined pursuant to subparagraphs (1)(ii)(b) or (c) of this paragraph, shall be paid to all workers performing work in the classification under this contract from the first day on which work is performed in the classification. (iii) Whenever the minimum wage rate prescribed in the contract for a class of laborers or mechanics includes a fringe benefit which is not expressed as an hourly rate, the contractor shall either pay the benefit as stated in the wage determination or shall pay another bona fide fringe benefit or an hourly cash equivalent thereof. (iv) If the contractor does not make payments to a trustee or other third person, the contractor may consider as part form HUD -4010 (06/2009) Previous editions are obsolete Page 1 of 5 ref. Handbook 1344.1 of the wages of any laborer or mechanic the amount of any costs reasonably anticipated in providing bona fide fringe benefits under a plan or program, Provided, That the Secretary of Labor has found, upon the written request of the contractor, that the applicable standards of the Davis - Bacon Act have been met. The Secretary of Labor may require the contractor to set aside in a separate account assets for the meeting of obligations under the plan or program. (Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under OMB Control Number 1215-0140.) 2. Withholding. HUD or its designee shall upon its own action or upon written request of an authorized representative of the Department of Labor withhold or cause to be withheld from the contractor under this contract or any other Federal contract with the same prime contractor, or any other Federally -assisted contract subject to Davis -Bacon prevailing wage requirements, which is held by the same prime contractor so much of the accrued payments or advances as may be considered necessary to pay laborers and mechanics, including apprentices, trainees and helpers, employed by the contractor or any subcontractor the full amount of wages required by the contract In the event of failure to pay any laborer or mechanic, including any apprentice, trainee or helper, employed or working on the site of the work, all or part of the wages required by the contract, HUD or its designee may, after written notice to the contractor, sponsor, applicant, or owner, take such action as may be necessary to cause the suspension of any further payment, advance, or guarantee of funds until such violations have ceased. HUD or its designee may, after written notice to the contractor, disburse such amounts withheld for and on account of the contractor or subcontractor to the respective employees to whom they are due. The Comptroller General shall make such disbursements in the case of direct Davis -Bacon Act contracts. 3. (i) Payrolls and basic records. Payrolls and basic records relating thereto shall be maintained by the contractor during the course of the work preserved for a period of three years thereafter for all laborers and mechanics working at the site of the work. Such records shall contain the name, address, and social security number of each such worker, his 'or her correct classification, hourly rates of wages paid (including rates of contributions or costs anticipated for bona fide fringe benefits or cash equivalents thereof of the types described in Section I(b)(2)(B) of the Davis -bacon Act) daily and communicated in writing to the laborers or mechanics affected, and records which show the costs anticipated or the actual cost incurred in providing such benefits. Contractors employing apprentices or trainees under approved programs shall maintain written evidence of the registration of apprenticeship programs and certification of trainee programs, the registration of the apprentices and trainees, and the ratios and wage rates prescribed in the applicable programs. (Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under OMB Control Numbers 1215-0140 and 1215-0017.) (ii) (a) The contractor shall submit weekly for each week in which any contract work is performed a copy of all payrolls to HUD or its designee if the agency is a party to the contract, but if the agency is not such a party, the contractor will submit the payrolls to the applicant sponsor, or owner, as the case may be, for transmission to HUD or its designee. The payrolls submitted shall set out accurately and completely all of the information required to be maintained under 29 CFR 5.5(a)(3)(i) except that full social security numbers and home addresses shall not be included on weekly transmittals. Instead the payrolls shall only need to include an individually identifying number for each employee (e.g., the last four digits of the employee's social security number). The required weekly payroll information may be submitted in any form desired. Optional Form WH -347 is available for this purpose from the Wage and Hour Division Web site at httn://www.dol.gov/esa/whd/forms/wh347instr.htm or its successor site. The prime contractor is responsible for the submission of copies of payrolls by all subcontractors. Contractors and subcontractors shall maintain the full social security number and current address of each covered worker, and shall provide them upon request to HUD or its designee if the agency is a party to the contract, but if the agency is not such a party, the contractor will submit the payrolls to the applicant sponsor, or owner, as the case may be, for transmission to HUD or its designee, the contractor, or the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor for purposes of an investigation or audit of compliance with prevailing wage requirements. It is not a violation of this subparagraph for a prime contractor to require a subcontractor to provide addresses and social security numbers to the prime contractor for its own records, without weekly submission to HUD or its designee. (Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under OMB Control Number 1215-0149.) weekly number of hours worked, deductions made and (b) Each payroll submitted shall be accompanied by a actual wages paid. Whenever the Secretary of Labor has "Statement of Compliance," signed by the contractor or found under 29 CFR 5.5 (a)(1)(iv) that the wages of any subcontractor or his or her agent who pays or supervises laborer or mechanic include the amount of any costs the payment of the persons employed under the contract reasonably anticipated in providing benefits under a plan and shall certify the following: or program described in Section I(b)(2)(B) of the Davis- (1) That the payroll for the payroll period contains the Bacon Act, the contractor shall maintain records which information required to be provided under 29 CFR 5.5 show that the commitment to provide such benefits is enforceable, that the Ian or (a)(3)(ii), the appropriate information is being maintained p program is financially under 29 CFR 5.5(a)(3)(i), and that such information is responsible, and that the plan or program has been correct and complete; Previous editions are obsolete form HUD -4010 (06/2009) Page 2 of 5 ref. Handbook 1344.1 (2) That each laborer or mechanic (including each helper, apprentice, and trainee) employed on the contract during the payroll period has been paid the full weekly wages earned, without rebate, either directly or indirectly, and that no deductions have been made either directly or indirectly from the full wages earned, other than permissible deductions as set forth in 29 CFR Part 3; (3) That each laborer or mechanic has been paid not less than the applicable wage rates and fringe benefits or cash equivalents for the classification of work performed, as specified in the applicable wage determination incorporated into the contract. (c) The weekly submission of a properly executed certification set forth on the reverse side of Optional Form WH -347 shall satisfy the requirement for submission of the "Statement of Compliance" required by subparagraph A.3.(ii)(b). (d) The falsification of any of the above certifications may subject the contractor or subcontractor to civil or criminal prosecution under Section 1001 of Title 18 and Section 231 of Title 31 of the United States Code. (iii) The contractor or subcontractor shall make the records required under subparagraph A.3.(i) available for inspection. copying, or transcription by authorized representatives of HUD or its designee or the Department of Labor, and shall permit such representatives to interview employees during working hours on the job. If the contractor or subcontractor fails to submit the required records or to make them available, HUD or its designee may, after written notice to the contractor, sponsor, applicant or owner, take such action as may be necessary to cause the suspension of any further payment, advance, or guarantee of funds. Furthermore, failure to submit the required records upon request or to make such records available may be grounds for debarment action pursuant to 29 CFR 5.12. 4. Apprentices and Trainees. (i) Apprentices. Apprentices will be permitted to work at less than the predetermined rate for the work they performed when they are employed pursuant to and individually registered in a bona fide apprenticeship program registered with the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services, or with a State Apprenticeship Agency recognized by the Office, or if a person is employed in his or her first 90 days of probationary employment as an apprentice in such an apprenticeship program, who is not individually registered in the program, but who has been certified by the Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services or a State Apprenticeship Agency (where appropriate) to be eligible for probationary employment as an apprentice. The allowable ratio of apprentices to journeymen on the job site in any craft classification shall not be greater than the ratio permitted to the contractor as to the entire work force under the registered program. Any worker listed on a payroll at an apprentice wage rate, who is not registered or otherwise employed as stated above, shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the classification of work actually performed. In addition, any apprentice performing work on the job site in excess of the ratio permitted under the registered program shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the work actually performed. Where a contractor is performing construction on a project in a locality other than that in which its program is registered, the ratios and wage rates (expressed in percentages of the journeyman's hourly rate) specified in the contractor's or subcontractor's registered program shall be observed. Every apprentice must be paid at not less than the rate specified in the registered program for the apprentice's level of progress, expressed as a percentage of the journeymen hourly rate specified in the applicable wage determination. Apprentices shall be paid fringe benefits in accordance with the provisions of the apprenticeship program. If the apprenticeship program does not specify fringe benefits, apprentices must be paid the full amount of fringe benefits listed on the wage determination for the applicable classification. If the Administrator determines that a different practice prevails for the applicable apprentice classification, fringes shall be paid in accordance with that determination. In the event the Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services, or a State Apprenticeship Agency recognized by the Office, withdraws approval of an apprenticeship program, the contractor will no longer be permitted to utilize apprentices at less than the applicable predetermined rate for the work performed until an acceptable program is approved. (ii) Trainees. Except as provided in 29 CFR 5.16, trainees will not be permitted to work at less than the predetermined rate for the work performed unless they are employed pursuant ',to and individually registered in a program which has received prior approval, evidenced by formal certification by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. The ratio of trainees to journeymen on the job site shall not be greater than permitted under the plan approved by the Employment and Training Administration. Every trainee must be paid at not less than the rate specified in the approved program for the trainee's level of progress, expressed as a percentage of the journeyman hourly rate specified in the applicable wage determination. Trainees shall be paid fringe benefits in accordance with the provisions of the trainee program. If the trainee program does not mention fringe benefits, trainees shall be paid the full amount of fringe benefits listed on the wage determination unless the Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division determines that there is an apprenticeship program associated with the corresponding journeyman wage rate on the wage determination which provides for less than full fringe benefits for apprentices. Any employee listed on the payroll at a trainee rate who is not registered and participating in a training plan approved by Previous editions are obsolete form HUD -4010 (06/2009) Page 3 of 5 ref. Handbook 1344.1 the Employment and Training Administration shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the work actually performed. In addition, any trainee performing work on the job site in excess of the ratio permitted under the registered program shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the work actually performed. In the event the Employment and Training Administration withdraws approval of a training program, the contractor will no longer be permitted to utilize trainees at less than the applicable predetermined rate for the work performed until an acceptable program is approved. (iii) Equal employment opportunity. The utilization of apprentices, trainees and journeymen under 29 CFR Part 5 shall be in conformity with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Executive Order 11246, as amended, and 29 CFR Part 30. 5. Compliance with Copeland Act requirements. The contractor shall comply with the requirements of 29 CFR Part 3 which are incorporated by reference in this contract 6. Subcontracts. The contractor or subcontractor will insert in any subcontracts the clauses contained in subparagraphs 1 through 11 in this paragraph A and such other clauses as HUD or its designee may by appropriate instructions require, and a copy of the applicable prevailing wage decision, and also a clause requiring the subcontractors to include these clauses in any lower tier subcontracts. The prime contractor shall be responsible for the compliance by any subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor with all the contract clauses in this paragraph. 7. Contract termination; debarment. A breach of the contract clauses in 29 CFR 5.5 may be grounds for termination of the contract and for debarment as a contractor and a subcontractor as provided in 29 CFR 5.12. 8. Compliance with Davis -Bacon and Related Act Requirements. All rulings and interpretations of the Davis -Bacon and Related Acts contained in 29 CFR Parts 1, 3, and 5 are herein incorporated by reference in this contract 9. Disputes concerning labor standards. Disputes arising out of the labor standards provisions of this contract shall not be subject to the general disputes clause of this contract. Such disputes shall be resolved in accordance with the procedures of the Department of Labor set forth in 29 CFR Parts 5, 6, and 7. Disputes within the meaning of this clause include disputes between the contractor (or any of its subcontractors) and HUD or its designee, the U.S. Department of Labor, or the employees or their representatives. 10. (i) Certification of Eligibility. By entering into this contract the contractor certifies that neither it (nor he or she) nor any person or firm who has an interest in the contractor's firm is a person or firm ineligible to be awarded Government contracts by virtue of Section 3(a) of the Davis -Bacon Act or 29 CFR 5.12(a)(1) or to be awarded HUD contracts or participate in HUD programs pursuant to 24 CFR Part 24. (ii) No part of this contract shall be subcontracted to any person or firm ineligible for award of a Government contract by virtue of Section 3(a) of the Davis -Bacon Act or 29 CFR 5.12(a)(1) or to be awarded HUD contracts or participate in HUD programs pursuant to 24 CFR Part 24. (iii) The penalty for making false statements is prescribed in the U.S. Criminal Code, 18 U.S.C. 1001. Additionally, U.S. Criminal Code, Section 1 01 0, Title 18, U.S.C., "Federal Housing Administration transactions", provides in part: "Whoever, for the purpose of . . . influencing in any way the action of such Administration..... makes, utters or publishes any statement knowing the same to be false..... shall be fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned not more than two years, or both." 11. Complaints, Proceedings, or Testimony by Employees. No laborer or mechanic to whom the wage, salary, or other labor standards provisions of this Contract are applicable shall be discharged or in any other manner discriminated against by the Contractor or any subcontractor because such employee has filed any complaint or instituted or caused to be instituted any proceeding or has testified or is about to testify in any proceeding under or relating to the labor standards applicable under this Contract to his employer. B. Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act. The provisions of this paragraph B are applicable where the amount of the prime contract exceeds $100,000. As used in this paragraph, the terms "laborers" and "mechanics" include watchmen and guards. (1) Overtime requirements. No contractor or subcontractor contracting for any part of the contract work which may require or involve the employment of laborers or mechanics shall require or permit any such laborer or mechanic in any workweek in which the individual is employed on such work to work in excess of 40 hours in such workweek unless such laborer or mechanic receives compensation at a rate not less than one and one-half times the basic rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in such workweek. (2) Violation; liability for unpaid wages; liquidated damages. In the event of any violation of the clause set forth in subparagraph (1) of this paragraph, the contractor and any subcontractor responsible therefor shall be liable for the unpaid wages. In addition, such contractor and subcontractor shall be liable to the United States (in the case of work done under contract for the District of Columbia or a territory, to such District or to such territory), for liquidated damages. Such liquidated damages shall be computed with respect to each individual laborer or mechanic, including watchmen and guards, employed in violation of the clause set forth in subparagraph (1) of this paragraph, in the sum of $10 for each calendar day on which such individual was required or permitted to work in excess of the standard workweek of 40 hours without payment of the overtime wages required by the clause set forth in sub paragraph (1) of this paragraph. Previous editions are obsolete form HUD -4010 (06/2009) Page 4 of 5 ref. Handbook 1344.1 (3) Withholding for unpaid wages and liquidated damages. HUD or its designee shall upon its own action or upon written request of an authorized representative of the Department of Labor withhold or cause to be withheld, from any moneys payable on account of work performed by the contractor or subcontractor under any such contract or any other Federal contract with the same prime contract, or any other Federally -assisted contract subject to the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act which is held by the same prime contractor such sums as may be determined to be necessary to satisfy any liabilities of such contractor or subcontractor for unpaid wages and liquidated damages as provided in the clause set forth in subparagraph (2) of this paragraph. (4) Subcontracts. The contractor or subcontractor shall insert in any subcontracts the clauses set forth in subparagraph (1) through (4) of this paragraph and also a clause requiring the subcontractors to include these clauses in any lower tier subcontracts. The prime contractor shall be responsible for compliance by any subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor with the clauses set forth in subparagraphs (1) through (4) of this paragraph. C. Health and Safety. The provisions of this paragraph C are applicable where the amount of the prime contract exceeds $100,000. (1) No laborer or mechanic shall be required to work in surroundings or under working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to his health and safety as determined under construction safety and health standards promulgated by the Secretary of Labor by regulation. (2) The Contractor shall comply with all regulations issued by the Secretary of Labor pursuant to Title 29 Part 1926 and failure to comply may result in imposition of sanctions pursuant to the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act, (Public Law 91-54, 83 Stat 96). 40 USC 3701 et sea. (3) The contractor shall include the provisions of this paragraph in every subcontract so that such provisions will be binding on each subcontractor. The contractor shall take such action with respect to any subcontractor as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development or the Secretary of Labor shall direct as a means of enforcing such provisions. Previous editions are obsolete form HUD -4010 (06/2009) Page 5 of 5 ref. Handbook 1344.1 CONTRACT ROUTING FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Use this cover sheet to circulate all contracts for review and approval in the order shown below. TO BE COMPLETED BY INITIATING DEPARTMENT PROJECT MANAGER: Contracting Department: Public Works Project Manager: Theo Sanchez Extension: 5326 Contractor Name: Van Midde & Son Concrete Contractor's Contact: Ted Van Midde III Contact's Email: info@vanmiddeconcrete.com ❑ FPPC: Check if Contractor/Consultant must file Form 700 Step RESPONSIBLE DESCRIPTION COMPLETED REVIEWER DEPARTMENT DATE Check/Initial 1 Project Manager a. 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