PREVAILING WAGE RATES. The contractor shall comply with prevailing wage rates as defined by the United States Department of Labor Xxxxx-Xxxxx Wage Determination at xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/whd/contracts/dbra.htm and at the Wage Determinations website xxx.xxxx.xxx for Xxxxxx County, Texas (WD-2509).
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. Contractor shall be deemed and construed to be aware of the requirements of the prevailing wage laws (Labor Code Sections 1720, et seq.). Contractor acknowledges and agrees that the Work is subject to the prevailing wage laws, and Contractor and Contractor’s subcontractor(s) shall adhere to the prevailing wage rate, and all applicable determinations, rules, regulations, notices, and directives made by the DIR pursuant to the Labor Code. Prior to commencing the Work, Contractor shall obtain a copy of the prevailing rates of per-diem wages for each craft, classification or type of worker needed to perform the Work. Copies of the prevailing wage rates shall also available at District’s offices. Contractor shall post copies of the prevailing wages and all job site notices required by applicable law at Contractor’s principal place of business and at the Site. Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1775, Contractor and Contractor’s subcontractors shall forfeit, as a penalty to District, not more than Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) for each calendar day or portion thereof for each worker paid less than the prevailing wages as determined by the DIR. Contractor acknowledges that the Work may be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by DIR. Contractor shall comply, at no additional cost to District, with all applicable compliance requirements under the prevailing wage laws, including, but, not limited to, maintenance, inspection and submittal (electronically, as required) of payroll records, and interviewing of records. Contractor shall require Contractor’s subcontractors to comply with all compliance requirements at no extra cost to District.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. Prevailing wage rates apply to this Agreement. Pursuant to San Diego Municipal Code section 22.3019, construction, alteration, demolition, repair and maintenance work performed under this Agreement is subject to State prevailing wage laws. For construction work performed under this Agreement cumulatively exceeding $25,000 and for alteration, demolition, repair and maintenance work performed under this Agreement cumulatively exceeding $15,000, the Design Professional and its subconsultants shall comply with State prevailing wage laws including, but not limited to, the requirements listed below.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. The work being bid under this IFB is subject to the prevailing wage rate provisions of New York State Labor Law. See "Prevailing Wage Rates - Public Works and Building Services Contracts" in Appendix B, OGS General Specifications. Any federal or State determination of a violation of any public works law or regulation, or labor law or regulation, or any OSHA violation deemed "serious or willful" may be grounds for a determination of vendor non-responsibility and rejection of bid. The applicable Prevailing Wage Rate Schedule for this project is PRC# 2013900315. For access to the Department of Labor (DOL) Prevailing Wage Schedule, use the following link: xxxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/wpp/xxxxxxXxxxXxxxxxx.xx?method=showIt&id=865800 For Prevailing Wage Updates, use the following DOL link: xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/wpp/xxxxxxXxxxXXXxxxxxx.xx?method=showIt Links to schedule updates appear in the table at the bottom of the web page.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. For public work projects whose cost is $100,000 or more, the Contractor hereby acknowledges that pursuant to the provisions of NRS 338.040 and 338.050, any person who is employed by the Contractor or Subcontractor at the Work Site, or who performs work on a public work project (regardless of any contractual relationship alleged to exist between the xxxxxxx and his other employer), is subject to the prevailing wage rate provisions of NRS 338.010 to 338.090, inclusive. Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) shall pay 90 percent of the prevailing wage rate in accordance with AB 136. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that the aforementioned persons are paid in accordance with the current prevailing wage rates approved by the State Labor Commissioner. Any Change Order causing a contract to equal or exceed $100,000 will subject the Contract to the provisions of Prevailing Wage Rate Law and to audit by the State Labor Commissioner. Any work performed after regular working hours, or on Sunday or a legal holiday, shall be performed without additional expense to the Owner. In accordance with NRS Chapter 338, the Contractor shall post the current prevailing wage rates and applicable addenda in a place generally visible to the workmen. The prevailing wage rates and applicable addenda are available from the office of the State Labor Commissioner (xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/). The Contractor agrees to investigate, or to assist in the investigation of, each claimed violation of the prevailing wage law as may be requested by the Owner or the State Labor Commissioner.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. The Contractor shall be required to comply with the Requirements of the "Wage Scale Determinations" as provided for each trade.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. (Construction/Public Works Projects ONLY) Vendor and all subcontractors of Vendor shall comply with all laws regarding prevailing wage rates, including but not limited to, TEX. GOV’T. CODE Chapter 2258, applicable to the construction of a public work, and any related federal requirements, including the XXXXX-XXXXX ACT. In the event TEX. GOV’T. CODE Chapter 2258 applies to a product or service provided by Vendor to R13 PC or a Member, Vendor and any subcontractor(s) shall comply with the prevailing wage rates set by R13 PC or the Member.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. If the work under this Agreement involves the construction of public works the Contractor agrees to pay the prevailing wage and comply with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter. 149, §§ 26 - 27D and a Statement of Compliance is included in the Contract Documents. Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter. 149 §§ 26 & 27B, the Contractor (and every Subcontractor) shall file weekly certified payroll records with the Town for all employees who have worked on the Project. The Town and the Contractor must preserve said records for a period of not less than three years.
PREVAILING WAGE RATES. Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1773.2, copies of the prevailing rate of per diem wages can be found at xxxx://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/OPRL/PWD/index.htm and are on file at the DISTRICT, which shall be made available to any interested party upon request. CONTRACTOR shall post a copy of the determination of the director of the prevailing rate of per diem wages at each job site. Said per diem wages are deemed to include employer payments for health and welfare, pension, vacation and travel time, and subsistence pay, all in accordance with Section 1773.1 of the Labor Code.