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Previaling wage rate question for current demo job
May 13, 2009
9:27 PM
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Have a demo/site clear in Los Angeles county that is prevailing wage rate for operators and laborers. Job has been estimated to take about 30 working days. The job is 45 minutes away from home.

Typical day:

Equipment/inspected fluids checked /warm up machines at 6:45 am
Work starts at 7:00 am

Lunch from 12-12:30

Work ends at 3:30.

8 hours at prevailing wage rate.

3:30-4:00 fuel and grease machines/inspect, pack up gear/etc.

Question is this: Is the 6:45 am to 7 am and 3:30 to 4:00 pm work for maintanance and inspections have to be paid prevailing wages as well? I would understand normal wages, but PW rates for this?? Operators are getting $55.30 before burdens and labor is about $10 less..

Thanks for shedding some light on it if you know

RBH

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