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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING CERTIFIED PAYROLL

Certified Payroll is mandatory on all Public Works projects and will affect your payment if it is not submitted timely and correctly. The LAST thing we want to do is hold your money so please call if you have any questions regarding these forms or requirements.

J O B S E T U P

1) Once you have begun work on the project you will need to immediately send the following forms for our files: a) "Certificate of Understanding and Authorization" b) "Contractor's/Subcontractor's Certification concerning State Labor Standards and Prevailing Wages". c) "Wage Deduction Authorization" form for each employee performing work onsite. (if deductions are applicable) d) In addition you must also send the "Fringe Benefits Statement" at the beginning of the project for each classification performing work on site.(See below for Job Maintenance requirements)

J O B M A I N T E N A N C E

1) You must send (1) original and (1) copy of the "Payroll Reporting Form" on a WEEKLY BASIS. If you are sending the Reporting form you must also attach the "Statement of Compliance" . If you have not performed any work then you must send a "Statement of Non-Performance" instead. All of these forms are included in this package. 2) Once you are completely done with work on the project you must send your "Payroll Reporting Form" OR "Statement of Non-Performance" with the word FINAL prominently marked on the form. This will notify us that we no longer need to request certified payroll from you. 3) A NEW "Fringe Benefits Statement" must be sent IF: a) There is an increase in Fringe Benefits anytime throughout the duration of the project. b) A new work classification is added on your certified payroll.

If you have any questions regarding certified payroll please contact:

Jamie Ramos, Labor Compliance/HR Pam Yancey- Human Resources Manager Phone: (661) 617-8193 Phone:(661) 397-2121 ext. 110 Email: [email protected] Email:[email protected]

STEP # WHAT TO DO

1.) 2.) 3.) Determine Bid Advertisement Date. Determine the County where the jobsite is located. Determine classifications and wage rates for employees working onsite. The wage rates are based on the Bid Advertisement date and the County the project is located in. If you are unsure of which wage determination to use, please call the Division of Labor Statistics at (415) 703-4774.

WHERE TO FIND

In your Bid Documents, your customer will also be able to provide this. Click to CLICK HERE TO FIND COUNTY JOBSITE IS Right LOCATED IN Click to HOME PAGE FOR WAGE SCALE Right DETERMINATIONS (DIR)

EXAMPLE Bid advertisement date was 10/10/05 and the project was located in LA County. We are using the "PLUMBER" classification.

a) Because our bid ad date is prior to the current wage determination, we will need to look at the superseded prevailing wage determinations. b) Our bid ad date falls within the range of the 2005-2 wage determination. c) Since our example is in LA County, your classifications would fall under Step 2 (B) -Southern CA. OR d.) If you do not find your classification listed in Step 2 (B), skip ahead to Step 4 where you would choose LA County from the drop down box. This will open a file with all the remaining classifications and associated wage rates. e.) Once you have located your classification(in this example we are looking for "PLUMBER") and wage rates table, make sure to take notice of the footnotes AND worksheet tabs in the workbook as they contain important information vital to paying the correct wages. Also take note of all **Predetermined wage rate increases as you will need to re-send the "Fringe Benefits Statement" once these take effect. Click to SUPERSEDED PREVAILING WAGE Right DETERMINATIONS Click to 2005-2 WAGE SCALE DETERMINATION Right Click to SEARCH FOR CLASSIFICATION Right Click to CLICK HERE If you could not find your classification Right in STEP 2 (B). Choose "Los Angeles" County from the drop-down menu. Single asterisk(*) means no increase for life of job. Double asterisk(**) means there is an increase(see footnotes) If wage rate increase breakdown is not available, please call the Division of Labor Statistics @ (415) 703-4774.

f.) Use wage rate info to fill in hourly wage rate on certified payroll form. Multiply the hourly wage rate by 1.5 and 2 respectively to get your overtime and doubletime/holiday pay rates. In this example the hourly rate for a "PLUMBER" classification in LA County is $28.38 plus an increase of $1.14 to base wage and .25 ¢ to Training effective 7/1/06 which brings the hourly base wage rate to $29.52. 5.) 6.) Send Certified Payroll along with your Statement of Compliance weekly (or Statement of Non-performance) once you have begun Complete and return Fringe Benefits statement for all classifications used on project. This is a one-time form that should be sent with the first certified payroll or as new classifications are added to the certified payroll. You also will be required to send a new Fringe Benefits Statement when there is an increase in wage rates or benefits.

These instructions are only suggested guidelines to help you in understanding how to fill out the certified payroll documents. It is your responsibility to fill out these forms correctly and turn them in according to our timeline guidelines. If you are still confused as to how the process works, there are several seminars available in California taught by Construction payroll professionals that may be able to help.

Need one original with "wet" signature and one copy

NOTE:

California Department of Industrial Relations

PUBLIC WORKS PAYROLL REPORTING FORM

Page ______ of ______

CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE NO.: SPECIALITY LICENSE NO.: ADDRESS:

NAME OF CONTRACTOR:

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(1) NAME, ADDRESS AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER OF EMPLOYEE

OR SUBCONTRACTOR:

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(2)

NO. OF WITHHOLDING EXEMPTIONS

PAYROLL NO.: (4) (3) WORK CLASSIFICATION M T W

FOR WEEK ENDING: DAY TH DATE F S S TOTAL HOURS HOURLY RATE OF PAY (5) (6)

SELF-INSURED CERTIFICATE NO.: WORKERS' COMPENSATION POLICY NO.: (7) GROSS AMOUNT EARNED

PROJECT OR CONTRACT NO.: PROJECT AND LOCATION: (8) DEDUCTIONS, CONTRIBUTIONS AND PAYMENTS (9) NET WGS PAID FOR WEEK CHECK NO.

HOURS WORKED EACH DAY THIS PROJECT S ALL PROJECTS

FED. TAX FICA (SOC. SEC.) STATE TAX SDI VAC/ HOLIDAY HEALTH & WELF. PENSION

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FUND ADMIN

DUES

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SAVINGS

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TOTAL DEDUCTIONS

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S = STRAIGHT TIME Form A-1-131 (New 2-80) O = OVERTIME SDI = STATE DISABILITY INSURANCE

*OTHER ­ Any

other deductions, contributions and/or payments whether or not included or required by prevailing wage determinations must be separately listed. Use extra sheet(s) if necessary

CERTIFICATION MUST be completed

(See reverse side)

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE

Date_______________ I, ________________________________________________ do hereby certify under penalty of perjury:

(Name of signatory party) / (Title)

(1) That I pay or supervise the payment of the persons employed by_____________________________

(Contractor or subcontractor)

on the _________________________, that during the payroll period commencing on the

(Building or work)

_____ day of ____________, 20____ and ending the _____ day of ______________, 20____ , all persons employed on said project have been paid their full weekly wages earned, that no rebates have been or will be made either directly or indirectly to or on behalf of said ____________________________ from

(Contractor or subcontractor)

the full weekly wages earned by any person, and that no deductions have been made either directly or indirectly from the full wages earned by any person, other than permissible deductions, as described below: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________

(2) That any payrolls otherwise under this contract required to be submitted for the above period are correct and complete; that the wage rates for laborers or mechanics contained therein are not less than the applicable wage rates contained in any wage determination incorporated into the contract; that the classifications set forth therein for each laborer or mechanic conform with the work he or she performed. (3) That any apprentices employed in the above period are duly registered in a bona fide apprenticeship program registered with a State apprenticeship agency. (4) That: (a) WHERE FRINGE BENEFITS ARE PAID TO APPROVED PLANS, FUNDS OR PROGRAMS

_____In addition to the basic hourly wage rates paid to each laborer or mechanic listed in the above referenced payroll, payments of fringe benefits as listed in the contract have been or will be made to appropriate programs for the benefit of such employees, except as noted in Section 4(c) below.

(b) WHERE FRINGE BENEFITS ARE PAID IN CASH

_____Each laborer or mechanic listed in the above referenced payroll has been paid as indicated on the payroll, an amount not less than the sum of the applicable basic hourly wage rate plus the amount of the required fringe benefits as listed in the contract, except as noted in Section 4(c) below:

(c) EXCEPTIONS EXCEPTION(CRAFT)

EXPLANATION

Remarks: Name and Title: Signature:

REVISION 1 10.14.02

PART O - LCM HC-348 (MTA LC FORM A2) LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY-LACMTA

On Federally funded projects, permissible deductions are defined in Regulations, Part 3(29 CFR Subtitle A), issued by the Secretary of Labor under the Copeland Act, as amended (48 Stat. 948.63, Stat. 108, 72 Stat. 967; Stat. 357; 40 U.S.C. 276c). Also, the willful falsification on any of the above statements may subject the contractor or subcontractor to civil or criminal prosecution. See Section 1001 of Title 16 and Section 231 or Title 31 of the United States Code.

STATEMENT OF NON-PERFORMANCE

Payroll Number

Date:

Prime Contractor Subcontractor

I do hereby state that no persons were employed on the construction of:

(Project Name)

(Project Number)

during the payroll period commencing on the ending on the day of

day of , 20 .

, 20

(Signature of Authorized Person)

(Please print Name of Authorized Person and Title)

This statement is not required to be submitted until after the submission of the initial payroll period.

CONTRACTOR FRINGE BENEFIT STATEMENT Project Name: Date: Contractor: Address: Project Number: County / Location:

In order that the proper Fringe Benefit rates can be verified when checking payrolls on the above contract, the HOURLY RATES for fringe benefits, subsistence and/or travel allowance payment made for employees on the various classes of work are tabulated below. Classification: Health & Welfare Pension Vacation/ Holiday Training and/or Other Effective Date: Subsistence or Travel Pay:

$ $ $ $ $

Paid To: Paid To: Paid To: Paid To: Name: Address: Name: Address: Name: Address: Name: Address: Effective Date: Subsistence or Travel Pay: FRINGE BENEFITS Hourly Rates

Classification: Health & Welfare Pension Vacation/ Holiday Training and/or Other

$ $ $ $ $

Paid To: Paid To: Paid To: Paid To: Name: Address: Name: Address: Name: Address: Name: Address: Effective Date: Subsistence or Travel Pay: FRINGE BENEFITS Hourly Rates

Classification: Health & Welfare Pension Vacation/ Holiday Training and/or Other

$ $ $ $ $

Paid To: Paid To: Paid To: Paid To: Name: Address: Name: Address: Name: Address: Name: Address: FRINGE BENEFITS Hourly Rates

Supplemental statements must be submitted during the progress of work should a change in rate of any of the classifications be made. Submitted: Contractor / Subcontractor: By: Name / Title:

EMPLOYEE'S CONSENT FOR WAGE DEDUCTION

I, ___________________________, authorize the deduction(s) as listed below

Employee Name (Please Print)

from my wages: Purpose for Deduction _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ Amount _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ Frequency _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

____________________________

Employee's Signature

_____________________________

Social Security #

Date:________________

Return to: HPS Mechanical, Inc. Attn: Human Resources Dept. P.O. Box 6386 Bakersfield, CA 93386 HR Fax: (661) 398-4252

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SUPERSEDED AS OF 3/4/2006

LOCALITY: LOS ANGELES COUNTY DETERMINATION: LOS-2005-2 CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL)

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PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1 FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, HIGHWAY, HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AND DREDGING PROJECTS

EMPLOYER PAYMENTS ISSUE DATE EXPIRATION DATE BASIC HOURLY RATE HEALTH AND WELFARE PENSION VACATION/ HOLIDAY TRAINING OTHER PAYMENTS

STRAIGHT-TIME HOURS TOTAL HOURLY RATE

OVERTIME HOURLY RATE DAILY SATURDAY SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY

BRICKLAYER, STONEMASON, MARBLE MASON, CEMENT BLOCKLAYER, POINTER, CAULKER, CLEANER

8/22/2005 8/22/2005

04/30/2006** 08/31/2006*

A

31.550 22.240

4.150 4.150

5.050 5.000

B

3.010

0.150 0.320

0.310 0.230

C

8.0 8.0

41.210 34.950

D

56.980 46.070

D

56.980 46.070

72.760 57.190

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BRICK TENDER BRICK TENDER: FORKLIFT OPERATOR

A

C

8/22/2005

08/31/2006*

22.690

4.150

5.000

A

3.010

0.320

0.230

C

8.0

35.400

46.740

46.740

58.090

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CARPET, LINOLEUM, RESILIENT TILE LAYER MATERIAL HANDLER - FIRST SIX MONTHS MATERIAL HANDLER - AFTER SIX MONTHS

8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005

12/31/2005** 04/30/2006** 04/30/2006**

28.050 8.250 8.250

3.780 0.300 3.780

1.710 0.150

1.500 0.500 0.500

0.460 0.100

0.150 0.100

8.0 8.0 8.0

35.650 9.050 12.880

49.670 13.180 17.000

49.670 13.180 17.000

63.700 17.300 21.130

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DRYWALL FINISHER DRYWALL FINISHER DRYWALL FINISHER SPRAY TEXTURE TENDER CLEAN UP

2/22/2005 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 2/22/2005

09/30/2005** 09/30/2005** 09/30/2006* 09/30/2005**

F H H H

24.240 27.580 8.500 8.000

3.450 3.450 3.450 3.450

3.050 3.050 1.900 -

3.070 3.070 -

0.160 0.160 -

0.520 0.520 0.520 0.520

8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

34.490 37.830 14.370 11.970

46.610 51.620 18.620 15.970

G G G G

46.610 51.620 18.620 15.970

58.730 65.410 22.870 19.970

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ELECTRICIAN: COMM & SYSTEM INSTALLER COMM & SYSTEM TECH. SOUND ELECTRICIAN INSIDE WIREMAN, RADIO MONITOR TECHNICIAN CABLE SPLICER-WELDER TUNNEL WIREMAN TUNNEL CABLE SPLICER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ELECTRICIAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ELECTRICIAN (CABLE SPLICING, WELDING, AND NETA TESTING) TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

2/22/2005 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005

12/04/2005** 12/04/2005** 12/04/2005** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006**

23.080 24.880 25.880 32.800 34.440 36.080 37.880 32.450

4.100 4.100 4.100 6.140 6.140 6.140 6.140 6.140

I I I I I I I I

2.450 2.450 2.450 7.200 7.200 7.200 7.200 7.550

B B B B B

-

0.600 0.600 0.600 0.460 0.460 0.460 0.460 0.460

J J J

0.210 0.210 0.210 0.150 0.150 0.150 0.150 0.150

8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

31.130 32.990 34.020 47.730 49.420 51.110 52.970 47.720

K K K K K K K K

43.020 45.800 47.340 64.630 67.160 69.690 72.480 64.440

K K K K K K K K

43.020 45.800 47.340 64.630 67.160 69.690 72.480 64.440

54.900 58.610 60.670 81.520 84.900 88.270 91.990 81.150

8/22/2005

01/29/2006**

34.070

6.140

I

7.550

B

-

0.460

0.150

8.0

49.390

K

66.940

K

66.940

84.480

8/22/2005

01/29/2006**

24.340

6.140

I

7.550

B

-

0.460

0.150

8.0

39.370

K

51.910

K

51.910

64.440

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FIELD SURVEYOR: CHIEF OF PARTY (018.167-010) INSTRUMENTMAN (018.167-034) CHAINMAN/RODMAN (869.567-010)

2/22/2005 2/22/2005 2/22/2005

09/30/2005** 09/30/2005** 09/30/2005**

A A A

34.410 32.010 31.430

7.400 7.400 7.400

3.750 3.750 3.750

M M M

-

0.750 0.750 0.750

0.050 0.050 0.050

8.0 8.0 8.0

46.360 43.960 43.380

N N N

63.020 59.420 58.540

O O O

79.670 74.870 73.710

P P P

112.980 105.780 104.040

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PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1 FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, HIGHWAY, HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AND DREDGING PROJECTS

EMPLOYER PAYMENTS ISSUE DATE 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 EXPIRATION DATE 05/31/2006* 05/31/2006** BASIC HOURLY RATE

Q U

STRAIGHT-TIME TRAINING 0.470 0.200 OTHER PAYMENTS 0.170 0.240

C

OVERTIME HOURLY RATE DAILY 58.890 39.170 SATURDAY 58.890 39.170 SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY 74.490 49.930

HEALTH AND WELFARE

R

PENSION 5.350 1.900

VACATION/ HOLIDAY

S

HOURS 8.0 8.0

TOTAL HOURLY RATE 43.290 28.410

T V

GLAZIER MARBLE FINISHER

32.200 21.520

5.100 4.550

-

T W

#

PAINTER: PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT REPAINT AND LIGHT COMMERCIAL PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT

E E

8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2004 8/22/2004 8/22/2004

06/30/2006* 06/30/2006* 06/30/2006* 06/30/2006* 08/02/2005* 08/02/2005* 08/02/2005*

F

26.670 23.400 22.550 20.450 25.290 23.290 20.740

3.700 3.700 3.700 3.700 4.420 4.150 4.150

2.250 2.250 2.250 2.250 2.640 4.250 4.250

Z Z

1.040 1.040 1.040 1.040 3.050 3.250 3.250

0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.400 0.460 0.460

0.420 0.420 0.420 0.420 0.650 0.550 0.550

8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

34.580 31.310 30.460 28.360 36.450 35.950 33.400

AA AA

47.920 43.010 41.730 38.580 48.600 47.600 43.770

X AA AA

47.920 43.010 41.730 38.580 48.600 47.600 43.770

47.920 43.010 41.730 38.580 60.740 59.240 54.140

F F F H

PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT REPAINT PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT PLASTERER

# # Y

PLASTER TENDER PLASTER CLEAN-UP LABORER

#

PLUMBER: PLUMBER, INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL PIPEFITTER SEWER AND STORM DRAIN PIPELAYER

AF

8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005

06/30/2006** 06/30/2006** 06/30/2006** 12/31/2005** 12/31/2005** 12/31/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005**

U

28.380 18.980 12.010 23.980 22.620 11.440 33.300 33.300 11.600 13.180 14.180 15.180 16.500

5.770 5.770 5.330 5.770 5.770 2.000 7.150 7.150 5.350 5.350 5.350 5.350 5.350

AB

6.340 6.050 0.250

AC

2.980 2.080 -

0.520 0.390 0.080 0.350 0.350 0.050 1.050 1.050 0.550 0.550 0.550 0.550 0.550

AD

0.450 0.450 0.330 0.250 0.250 0.200

C C

8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

44.440 33.720 18.000 36.080 33.270 14.440 46.400 46.400 18.250 20.080 21.080 22.080 23.400

AE

59.850 43.980 23.740 48.070 44.580 20.160

AE

59.850 43.980 23.740 48.070 44.580 20.160

73.770 53.200 29.470 58.890 54.840 25.880 78.580

AM

U U AG AG

AB

AC

AD AD

C C

SEWER AND STORM DRAIN PIPE TRADESMAN LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER

AB AB

5.730 4.280 0.750 4.500 4.500 0.500 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750

B B

-

AH

LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION TRADESMAN REFRIGERATION FITTER (HVAC) SERVICE & REPAIR (HVAC)

AI

AG

AB

C

H H U U U U U

AJ AJ

B B

-

AK AK AO AO AO AO AO

0.400 0.400 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250

AE

63.050 63.050

AE AL AE AE AE AE AE

63.050 63.050 24.050 26.670 28.170 29.670 31.650

78.580 29.850 32.970 34.970 36.970 39.450

AN AN AN AN AN

REFRIG. TRADESMAN 1 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 2 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 3 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 4 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 5 FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER (PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD AND UNDERGROUND) FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER (PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD AND UNDERGROUND) ROOFER

AE AE AE AE AE

24.050 26.670 28.170 29.670 31.650

B B B B

-

AP

8/22/2005

12/31/2005**

28.850

6.100

AQ

5.850

-

0.300

0.200

8.0

41.300

55.730

55.730

70.150

AR

2/22/2005

08/31/2005*

31.680

6.150

8.350

B

-

0.650

AS

0.250

8.0

47.080

62.920

AT

62.920

78.760

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2/22/2005

08/31/2005*

AU

26.250

3.500

AV

3.470

S

-

0.200

0.250

8.0

33.670

45.650

45.650

57.640

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PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1 FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, HIGHWAY, HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AND DREDGING PROJECTS

EMPLOYER PAYMENTS EXPIRATION DATE 08/31/2005* 08/31/2005* 01/31/2006** 01/31/2006** 01/31/2006** 06/30/2006* 06/30/2006* 08/31/2001* 08/31/2001* 05/31/2006** 05/31/2006**

H H U U

STRAIGHT-TIME TRAINING OTHER PAYMENTS 0.250 0.250 0.520 0.520 0.300 0.300 0.300 0.240 0.390

C

OVERTIME HOURLY RATE DAILY SATURDAY SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY 61.140 59.640 78.500 62.530 80.290

AM

BASIC HOURLY RATE

AU AU F F H

HEALTH AND WELFARE 3.500 3.500 6.620 6.620 6.600 6.620 6.620 3.000 3.000 4.550 5.820

PENSION

VACATION/ HOLIDAY

S S

HOURS

TOTAL HOURLY RATE 35.420 34.670 46.550 46.550 47.260 40.000 34.590 32.120 25.870 24.060 39.160

BB

PITCH WORK PREPARER

# AW SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC) AW # #

2/22/2005 2/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 2/22/2001 2/22/2001 8/22/2005 8/22/2005

28.000 27.250 31.950 31.950 33.030 27.040 21.630 26.780 20.530 17.820 28.300

AV AV

3.470 3.470 6.790 6.790 6.640

-

0.200 0.200 0.670 0.670 0.690 0.690 0.690 0.550 0.550 0.200 0.200

8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

48.280 47.150 62.530 62.530 63.770 53.520 45.400

BC BC V V C C AY BB

48.280 47.150 62.530 62.530 63.770 53.520 45.400

BD BD W W

MAINTENANCE

AX SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC) AZ SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC)

B

-

BA

5.350 5.350 1.790 1.790 1.250 4.450

B B

67.040 45.400

AZ

LIGHT COMMERCIAL SHEET METAL WORKER UP TO AND INCLUDING 10,000 SQUARE FEET. TERRAZZO WORKER TERRAZZO FINISHER

BA

C

#

-

C C C C

45.510 36.140 32.970 53.310

45.510 36.140 32.970 53.310

AM AM

58.900 46.400 41.880 67.460

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TILE FINISHER TILE LAYER

GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE DETERMINATION MADE BY THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1

LOCALITY: LOS ANGELES COUNTY DETERMINATION: LOS-2005-2

* EFFECTIVE UNTIL SUPERSEDED BY NEW DETERMINATION ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. CONTACT DIVISION OF LABOR STATISTICS AND RESEARCH (415) 703-4774 FOR NEW RA AFTER 10 DAYS FROM THE EXPIRATION DATE IF NO SUBSEQUENT DETERMINATION IS ISSUED. THE RATE TO BE PAID FOR WORK PERFORMED AFTER THIS DATE HAS BEEN DETERMINED. IF WORK WILL EXTEND PAST THIS DATE, THE NEW RATE MUST BE PAID AND SHOULD BE INCORPORATED IN CONTRACTS ENTERED INTO NOW. CONTACT THE DIVISION OF LABOR STATISTICS AND RESEARCH FOR SPECIFIC RATES (415) 703-4774. INDICATES AN APPRENTICEABLE CRAFT. RATES FOR APPRENTICES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE APPRENTICESHIP SCHEDULES. THE BASIC HOURLY RATE AND EMPLOYER PAYMENTS ARE NOT TAKEN FROM A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT FOR THIS CRAFT OR CLASSIFICATION. INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES. INCLUDED IN STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE. SATURDAYS IN THE SAME WORK WEEK MAY BE WORKED AT STRAIGHT-TIME IF JOB IS SHUT DOWN DURING THE NORMAL WORKWEEK DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 2 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 8 HOURS ON SATURDAY ONLY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. RATE ONLY APPLIES TO WORK PERFORMED IN ANTELOPE VALLEY. INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR WORKING DUES. RATE APPLIES TO FIRST 8 HOURS ONLY. DOUBLE TIME THEREAFTER. DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF. IN ADDITION, AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 3% OF THE SATURDAYS IN THE SAME WORK WEEK MAY BE WORKED AT STRAIGHT-TIME IF JOB IS SHUT DOWN DURING THE NORMAL WORK WEEK

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BASIC HOURLY RATE IS ADDED TO THE TOTAL HOURLY RATE AND OVERTIME HOURLY RATES FOR THE NATIONAL EMPLOYEES BENEFIT BOARD.

INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR THE NATIONAL LABOR-MANAGEMENT COOPERATION FUND AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE MAINTENANCE FUND. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 12 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES, FOURTH EDITION, 1977, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. EMPLOYEE RECEIVES AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 2% OF THE PRECEDING YEAR'S STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY EARNINGS AFTER ONE YEAR OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE FOR THE EMPLOYER; AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 4% OF THE PRECEDING YEAR'S STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY EARNINGS IS PAID AFTER 2 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE; AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 6% OF THE PRECEDING YEAR'S STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY EARNINGS PAID AFTER 10 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE. WHEN AN EMPLOYEE IS TERMINATED PRIOR TO HAVING 1 YEAR OF SERVICE, 2% OF HIS ACCUMULATED STRAIGHT-TIME EARNINGS SHALL BE PAID. WORKERS RECEIVE 8 PAID HOLIDAYS PER YEAR. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 12 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SATURDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. RATE DOES NOT INCL VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. RATE APPLIES TO WORK ON HOLIDAYS ONLY; SUNDAYS ARE PAID AT THE SATURDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT, PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECKOFF WHICH IS FACTORED IN THE OVERTIME RATES. INCLUDES $1.00 OF VACATION THAT IS NOT FACTORED IN THE OVERTIME RATES. INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED OR PAID TO DISABILITY FUND. INCLUDED IN STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE WHICH IS NOT FACTORED IN THE OVERTIME RATES. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 OVERTIME HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY. ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME RATE. INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR ADMINISTRATIVE DUES. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 2 OVERTIME HOURS ONLY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 10 HOURS WORKED OR UP TO 50 HOURS IN A GIVEN WEEK. ALL HOURS IN EXCESS OF 10 HOURS OR 50 HOURS ARE AT THE SUNDAY/HOLIDAY RATE.

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N O P Q R S T U V W X

RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. THE RATIO OF PLASTER TENDERS TO PLASTERERS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: FOR INSIDE BROWN COATINGS THERE SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN 3 PLASTERERS TO 2 PLASTER TENDERS; FOR INSIDE FINISH Y COATINGS THERE SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN 3 PLASTERERS TO 1 PLASTER TENDER; ON OUTSIDE FINISH AND BROWN COATINGS AND FOR ALL OTHER WORK, THERE SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN 2 PLASTER TO 1 PLASTER TENDER. Z INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED OR PAID FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES. APPLIES TO ALL WORK PERFORMED AFTER THE FIRST EIGHT HOURS ON MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST EIGHT HOURS ON SATURDAY. ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY AA OVERTIME RATE. AB INCLUDES AMOUNT FOR NATIONAL PENSION AND RETIREE'S X-MAS FUND. AC FACTORED AT 1.5 TIMES FOR ALL OVERTIME. AD INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR THE P.I.P.E. LABOR MANAGEMENT COOPERATION COMMITTEE AND THE CONTRACTOR EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT FUND. AE RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 2 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 10 HOURS ON SATURDAY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. AF PIPE TRADESMEN SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED ON ANY JOB WITHOUT A JOURNEYMAN.

GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE DETERMINATION MADE BY THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1

LOCALITY: LOS ANGELES COUNTY DETERMINATION: LOS-2005-2

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

APPLIES TO THAT PORTION OF THE COUNTY BOUND BY A LINE DRAWN BETWEEN BIG PINES RECREATIONAL AREA AND THROUGH THE CITY OF GORMAN TO THE VENTURA COUNTY LINE IN THE NORTH, SOUTH AX ALONG THE VENTURA COUNTY LINE TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN, EAST TO THE CITY LIMITS OF LONG BEACH, NORTH ALONG THE LOS ANGELES RIVER, THEN EAST ALONG THE IMPERIAL HIGHWAY TO THE ORANGE COUNTY LINE THEN NORTH TO THE BIG PINES RECREATIONAL AREA. SATURDAYS IN THE SAME WORK WEEK MAY BE WORKED AT STRAIGHT-TIME IF JOB IS SHUT DOWN DURING THE NORMAL WORKWEEK DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, OR REASONS BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE AY EMPLOYER. AZ APPLIES TO THAT PORTION OF THE COUNTY NORTH OF A STRAIGHT LINE DRAWN BETWEEN GORMAN AND BIG PINES INCLUDING THE CITIES OF LANCASTER AND PALMDALE. BA INCLUDES NATIONAL PENSION PLAN, 401-K PLAN AND RETIREE'S SUPPLEMENTAL HEALTH PLAN. BB RATE APPLIES TO FIRST 4 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 12 HOURS ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. ALL OTHER OVERTIME HOURS IS AT DOUBLE TIME RATE. ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT BC RATE APPLIES TO FIRST TWO DAILY OVERTIME HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER OVERTIME IS PAID AT THE HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE. RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED ON A SIXTH OR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE DAY DURING ANY ON CALENDAR WEEK UP TO 50 HOURS IN ANY ON CALENDAR WEEK. BD THE HOLIDAY RATE.

RECOGNIZED HOLIDAYS: HOLIDAYS UPON WHICH THE GENERAL PREVAILING HOURLY WAGE RATE FOR HOLIDAY WORK SHALL BE PAID, SHALL BE ALL HOLIDAYS IN THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMEN APPLICABLE TO THE PARTICULAR CRAFT, CLASSIFICATION, OR TYPE OF WORKER EMPLOYED ON THE PROJECT, WHICH IS ON FILE WITH THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. IF THE PREVAIL RATE IS NOT BASED ON A COLLECTIVELY BARGAINED RATE, THE HOLIDAYS UPON WHICH THE PREVAILING RATE SHALL BE PAID SHALL BE AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 6700 OF THE GOVERNMENT CODE. YOU MAY OBTAIN THE HOLIDAY PROVISIONS FOR THE CURRENT DETERMINATIONS ON THE INTERNET AT HTTP://WWW.DIR.CA.GOV/DLSR/PWD. HOLIDAY PROVISIONS FOR CURRENT OR SUPERSEDED DETERMINATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING THE PREVAILING WAGE UNIT AT (415) 703-4774.

TRAVEL AND/OR SUBSISTENCE PAYMENT: IN ACCORDANCE WITH LABOR CODE SECTIONS 1773.1 AND 1773.9, CONTRACTORS SHALL MAKE TRAVEL AND/OR SUBSISTENCE PAYMENTS TO EACH WORKER TO EXECUTE THE WORK. TRAVEL AND/OR SUBSISTENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR EACH CRAFT, CLASSIFICATION OR TYPE OF WORKER MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE PREVAILING WAGE UNIT AT (415) 703-4774.

GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE DETERMINATION MADE BY THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1 FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, HIGHWAY, HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AND DREDGING PROJECTS

LOCALITY: LOS ANGELES COUNTY DETERMINATION: LOS-2005-2 CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL) # BRICKLAYER, STONEMASON, MARBLE MASON, CEMENT BLOCKLAYER, POINTER, CAULKER, CLEANER # CARPET, LINOLEUM, RESILIENT TILE LAYER MATERIAL HANDLER - FIRST SIX MONTHS MATERIAL HANDLER - AFTER SIX MONTHS # E DRYWALL FINISHER DRYWALL FINISHER DRYWALL FINISHER CLEAN UP # ELECTRICIAN: COMM & SYSTEM INSTALLER COMM & SYSTEM TECH. SOUND ELECTRICIAN INSIDE WIREMAN, RADIO MONITOR TECHNICIAN CABLE SPLICER-WELDER TUNNEL WIREMAN TUNNEL CABLE SPLICER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ELECTRICIAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ELECTRICIAN (CABLE SPLICING, WELDING, AND NETA TESTING) TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN # F F F # # FIELD SURVEYOR: CHIEF OF PARTY (018.167-010) INSTRUMENTMAN (018.167-034) 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 09/30/2005** 09/30/2005** 09/30/2005** 05/31/2006** 10/1/2005 10/1/2005 10/1/2005 6/1/2006 $1.95 $1.90 $1.90 $2.00 A A A G 10/1/2006 10/1/2006 10/1/2006 $1.95 $1.90 $1.90 A A A 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 12/04/2005** 12/04/2005** 12/04/2005** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 01/29/2006** 12/5/2005 12/5/2005 12/5/2005 1/30/2006 1/30/2006 1/30/2006 1/30/2006 1/30/2006 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.85 $0.85 $0.85 $0.85 $0.85 A 11/27/2006 A 11/27/2006 A 11/27/2006 A A A A A 7/31/2006 7/31/2006 7/31/2006 7/31/2006 7/31/2006 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 A A A A 1/29/2007 A 1/29/2007 A 1/29/2007 A 1/29/2007 A 1/29/2007 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 A 7/30/2007 A 7/30/2007 A 7/30/2007 A 7/30/2007 A 7/30/2007 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 $0.90 A 1/28/2008 A 1/28/2008 A 1/28/2008 A 1/28/2008 A 1/28/2008 $0.92 $0.92 $0.92 $0.92 $0.92 A A A A A 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 2/22/2005 09/30/2005** 09/30/2005** 09/30/2005** 10/1/2005 10/1/2005 10/1/2005 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 A A A 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 12/31/2005** 04/30/2006** 04/30/2006** 1/1/2006 5/1/2006 5/1/2006 $0.35 $0.60 $0.60 B C C 5/1/2006 $0.60 C 1/1/2007 $0.45 D 8/22/2005 04/30/2006** 5/1/2006 $1.50 A ISSUE DATE EXPIRATION DATE INCREASE 1 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 2 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 3 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 4 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 5 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 6 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 7 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE

8/22/2005

01/29/2006**

1/30/2006

$0.85

A

7/31/2006

$0.90

A 1/29/2007

$0.90

A 7/30/2007

$0.90

A 1/28/2008

$0.92

A

8/22/2005

01/29/2006**

1/30/2006

$0.85

A

7/31/2006

$0.90

A 1/29/2007

$0.90

A 7/30/2007

$0.90

A 1/28/2008

$0.92

A

CHAINMAN/RODMAN (869.567-010) 2/22/2005 MARBLE FINISHER PLUMBER: PLUMBER, INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL PIPEFITTER SEWER AND STORM DRAIN PIPELAYER SEWER AND STORM DRAIN PIPE TRADESMAN LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005

06/30/2006** 06/30/2006** 06/30/2006** 12/31/2005**

7/1/2006 7/1/2006 7/1/2006 1/1/2006

$1.39 $0.56 $0.76

A A A I

7/1/2007 7/1/2007 7/1/2007 7/1/2006

$1.39 $0.56 $0.76 $1.00

A A A A 7/1/2007 $1.15 A

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GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE DETERMINATION MADE BY THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1 FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, HIGHWAY, HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AND DREDGING PROJECTS

LOCALITY: LOS ANGELES COUNTY DETERMINATION: LOS-2005-2 CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL) LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION TRADESMAN REFRIGERATION FITTER (HVAC) SERVICE & REPAIR (HVAC) N N N N N REFRIG. TRADESMAN 1 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 2 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 3 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 4 REFRIG. TRADESMAN 5 FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER (PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD AND UNDERGROUND) SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC) MAINTENANCE SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC) TILE FINISHER TILE LAYER ISSUE DATE 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 EXPIRATION DATE 12/31/2005** 12/31/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** 09/04/2005** INCREASE 1 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE 1/1/2006 1/1/2006 9/5/2005 9/5/2005 9/5/2005 9/5/2005 9/5/2005 9/5/2005 9/5/2005 $0.06 $1.25 $1.25 $0.40 $0.40 $0.40 $0.40 $0.40 AMOUNT OF INCREASE K M A A A A A A A INCREASE 2 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE 7/1/2006 7/1/2006 AMOUNT OF INCREASE $0.92 $0.40 A A INCREASE 3 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE 7/1/2007 7/1/2007 AMOUNT OF INCREASE $1.06 $0.46 A A INCREASE 4 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 5 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 6 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE INCREASE 7 DATE OF NEXT CHANGE AMOUNT OF INCREASE

J L

O

8/22/2005

12/31/2005**

1/1/2006

$0.90

P

4/1/2006

$1.30

Q

1/1/2007

$1.00

R

# # # #

S S T

8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005 8/22/2005

01/31/2006** 01/31/2006** 01/31/2006** 05/31/2006** 05/31/2006**

2/1/2006 2/1/2006 2/1/2006 6/1/2006 6/1/2006

$0.97 $0.97 $0.80 $2.00 $1.90

A A A U V

8/1/2006 8/1/2006 8/1/2006

$0.97 $0.97 $0.80

A A A

2/1/2007 2/1/2007 2/1/2007

$0.97 $0.97 $0.80

A A A

GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE DETERMINATION MADE BY THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE PART 7, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, SECTIONS 1770, 1773 AND 1773.1

LOCALITY: LOS ANGELES COUNTY DETERMINATION: LOS-2005-2 THE PREDETERMINED INCREASE SHOWN IS TO BE ALLOCATED TO WAGES AND/OR EMPLOYER PAYMENTS. PLEASE CONTACT THE DIVISION OF LABOR STATISTICS AND RESEARCH AT (415) A 703-4774 WHEN THE PREDETERMINED INCREASE BECOMES DUE TO CONFIRM THE DISTRIBUTION. PLEASE ALSO EXAMINE THE IMPORTANT NOTICES TO SEE IF ANY MODIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN ISSUED, AS THERE MAY BE REDUCTIONS TO PREDETERMINED INCREASES. B $0.35 TO THE BASIC HOURLY RATE. C $0.60 TO HEALTH AND WELFARE. D $0.45 TO THE BASIC HOURLY RATE. E RATE ONLY APPLIES TO WORK PERFORMED IN ANTELOPE VALLEY. F DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES, FOURTH EDITION, 1977, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. G $1.00 TO BASIC HOURLY RATE, $0.90 TO HEALTH & WELFARE, AND $0.10 TO PENSION. H PIPE TRADESMEN SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED ON ANY JOB WITHOUT A JOURNEYMAN. $0.06 TO THE BASIC HOURLY RATE, $0.50 REDUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELFARE, $0.44 TO PENSION THE LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN MAY BE UTILIZED ONLY AS THE FIFTH WORKER ON THE JOB. ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMEN MAY BE J ADDED AS THE 10TH WORKER, 15TH WORKER, 20TH WORKER AND SO ON. K $.06 TO THE BASIC HOURLY RATE, $0.50 REDUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELFARE, $0.31 TO PENSION. TRADESMEN SHALL ONLY BE USED IF THE FIRST WORKER ON THE JOB IS A LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER, SECOND WORKER MUST BE A LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER OR APPRENTICE L LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER. THE 3RD AND 4TH WORKER MAY BE A TRADESMAN. M $.06 TO PENSION N WE ARE UNABLE TO FIT THE FULL CLASSIFICATION TITLE OF REFRIGERATION TRADESMAN ON THE BODY OF THE DETERMINATION. PLEASE NOTE THIS TRADESMAN APPLIES TO REFRIGERATION FITTER (HVAC). I

O RATE APPLIES TO REMAINDER OF COUNTY. P $0.50 TO PENSION, $0.40 TO HEALTH AND WELFARE Q $1.30 TO THE BASIC HOURLY RATE R $0.50 TO PENSION, $0.50 TO HEALTH AND WELFARE S APPLIES TO THAT PORTION OF THE COUNTY SOUTH OF THE IMPERIAL HIGHWAY AND EAST OF THE LOS ANGELES RIVER, INCLUDING ALL OF THE CITIES OF POMONA, CLAREMONT AND LONG BEACH.

APPLIES TO THAT PORTION OF THE COUNTY BOUND BY A LINE DRAWN BETWEEN BIG PINES RECREATIONAL AREA AND THROUGH THE CITY OF GORMAN TO THE VENTURA COUNTY LINE IN T THE NORTH, SOUTH ALONG THE VENTURA COUNTY LINE TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN, EAST TO THE CITY LIMITS OF LONG BEACH, NORTH ALONG THE LOS ANGELES RIVER, THEN EAST ALONG THE IMPERIAL HIGHWAY TO THE ORANGE COUNTY LINE THEN NORTH TO THE BIG PINES RECREATIONAL AREA. U $0.75 TO BASIC HOURLY RATE, $1.15 HEALTH & WELFARE, AND $0.10 TO PENSION. V $1.00 TO BASIC HOURLY RATE, $0.54 TO HEALTH & WELFARE, $0.35 TO PENSION, AND $0.01 TO COMPLIANCE TRUST.

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