Pile Drivers Sample Clauses

Pile Drivers. The “Pile Drivers’” jurisdiction shall mean the unloading, distribution, handling, preparation, splicing and welding, jetting, bailing, pumping or siphoning, driving, cutting and pulling of all types of piling, including, but not limited to, sheet, pipe, H-beam, corrugated shell, fluted, treated and untreated wood, auger cast, pressure injected or “bulb” piles and the drilling or driving of land caissons. The erecting, dismantling and unloading of pile driving equipment (including rigs, cranes, derricks and gin poles); floating docks; the cribbing and leveling of pile driving or drilling rigs; and the use of winches and valves not attached to the crane where the operator can control safely for pile driving operations. The underpinning, shoring and bracing of structures, trestling and dock work (including bumper guard installation, walers and capping). All diving, including salvage and inspection work.
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Pile Drivers. 1. On Conventional Pile Drivers and Engineer and Oiler will be required.
Pile Drivers. All terms of this Agreement shall apply to pile drivers, plus the following:

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