Public Works. Installation work which is considered public works is excluded from purchase under this Contract. Historically, the New York State Bureau of Public Works has maintained that installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment attached to any wall, ceiling, or floor, or affixed by hard wiring or plumbing is public work. In contrast, installation of a piece of equipment which is portable or a “plug-in” free-standing unit would not be considered public work. Thus, this Contract does not authorize installation where the equipment becomes a permanent part of the building structure, or is otherwise incorporated into the fabric of the building (e.g. installation on a wall, ceiling, or floor in a fixed location, or affixed by hard-wiring or plumbing). See Xxxxxxxx X, §00 Prevailing Wage Rates – Public Works
Public Works. If OWNER is required by this Agreement to construct any public works facilities which will be dedicated to COUNTY or any other public agency upon completion, and if required by applicable laws to do so, OWNER shall perform such work in the same manner and subject to the same requirements as would be applicable to COUNTY or such other public agency if it would have undertaken such construction.
Public Works. When work performed on Public Works is subject to prevailing wages, terms and conditions pursuant to applicable law, then such published wages, terms and conditions shall govern and take precedence over any other wages, terms or conditions as set forth in this Agreement, provided that the Employer will pay all increases in fringe benefit contributions required pursuant to this Agreement.
Public Works. If the Work provided under this Agreement involves Public Works as defined by the California Department of Industrial Relations (“DIR”), this section applies: Contractor understands this Agreement is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR; and Contractor understands that special provisions for Public Works projects apply to this Agreement and are located at xxxx://xxx0.xxxxxxxxx.xx.xxx/Prevailing-Wage-Attachment.pdf. Vendor and Contractor are synonymous for the purposes of said special provisions; and Contractor understands that it is its sole responsibility to maintain compliance with Public Works laws, regulations and rules at all times. Recycling. If this Agreement provides for the purchase or use of goods specified in PCC 12207 (for example, certain paper products, office supplies, mulch, glass products, lubricating oils, plastic products, paint, antifreeze, tires and tire-derived products, and metal products), this section is applicable with respect to those goods. Without limiting the foregoing, if this Agreement includes (i) document printing, (ii) parts cleaning, or (iii) janitorial and building maintenance services, this section is applies: Contractor shall use recycled products in the performance of this Agreement to the maximum extent doing so is economically feasible. Upon request, Contractor shall certify in writing under penalty of perjury, the minimum, if not exact, percentage of post-consumer material as defined in the PCC 12200, in such goods regardless of whether the goods meet the requirements of PCC 12209. With respect to printer or duplication cartridges that comply with the requirements of PCC 12156(e), the certification required by this subdivision shall specify that the cartridges so comply.
Public Works. This Master Contract is not a “Public Works” contract. Depending on the nature of the work to be performed, the Purchaser may declare any project (or work) performed under the contract to be a “Public Works.” If a project is a Public Works, it will be declared in the Purchase Order/Statement of Work. It is the responsibility of the Purchaser to make a determination as to whether work performed under this agreement qualifies as a public work. See RCW 39.04 for more information. Contractor shall comply with all statutory and administrative requirements concerning public works, including without limitation, prevailing wage.
Public Works. An employee assigned to standby duty must report to the emergency scene (if assigned a City vehicle) or their normal work reporting station within sixty (60) minutes of receiving the call. Failure to respond in one (1) hour will result in the loss of standby pay for that day and possible disciplinary action. Employees, who cannot respond within the sixty (60) minute response time, will not be eligible for standby. Employees may trade standby duties amongst themselves, upon prior approval from the Section Supervisor, provided that the Division Manager, administrative staff and Police dispatch are notified prior to the trade. Trades must be in 24-hour increments. Employees on sick leave for their shift are not eligible for standby pay for that day except if the case of sick leave is for a scheduled medical appointment. The standby employee should first attempt to contact the reporting party to determine if a response is necessary. Where the standby employee telephones the reporting party, and based on the content of the conversation is able to determine that the situation does not require after hours response by City personnel thereby eliminating the need for an after-hours response, the employee is entitled to compensation of one (1) hour time at straight time in addition to their standby pay. The standby employee shall notify their supervisor immediately after the decision. Employees assigned to standby duty will be assigned a cellular telephone and those employees that need to respond directly to field locations will be given the option of taking a City vehicle home, subject to the written terms and conditions established by the City. A minimum of two (2) hours of overtime shall be credited to each employee on standby duty who responds to an emergency call. An employee assigned standby duty may elect to take compensatory time off in an amount equal to the applicable hourly compensation for standby pay. However, once an employee’s total compensatory time off balance exceeds forty
Public Works. This Master Contract was solicited and awarded pursuant to Washington’s procurement code for goods and services, RCW 39.26. It was not solicited and awarded pursuant to Washington’s procurement code for public works, RCW 39.04. Accordingly, Contractor shall not represent to any Purchaser that this Master Contract is a public works contract and Purchasers shall determine whether this Master Contract is an appropriate procurement solution for their needs. Purchasers must determine whether their anticipated work qualifies as a public work. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, this Master Contract does not exempt Contractor or Purchasers from complying with applicable public works requirements including, without limitation, requirements to pay prevailing wage for public works, retainage, and/or bonding requirements.