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: SAN DIEGO COUNTY

DETERMINATION: SDI-2004-1

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                            |          |            |          |              EMPLOYER PAYMENTS            |STRAIGHT-TIME|          OVERTIME HOURLY RATE          
  CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL)     |   ISSUE  | EXPIRATION |   BASIC  |  HEALTH  |          | VACATION |          |         |      |TOTAL |          |          |   SUNDAY
                            |   DATE   |    DATE    |  HOURLY  |    AND   |  PENSION |    /     | TRAINING |  OTHER  |HOURS |HOURLY|   DAILY  | SATURDAY |     AND
                            |          |            |    RATE  |  WELFARE |          |  HOLIDAY |          |         |      | RATE |          |          |   HOLIDAY  
# BRICKLAYER:               |02/22/2004|10/31/2004**|A   27.000|     2.800|     4.750|      -   |     0.150|    0.050|   8.0|34.750|    48.250|    48.250|    48.250
  BRICK TENDER B            |02/22/2004|10/31/2004**|    20.480|     3.150|     3.160|C    2.700|     0.100|      -  |   8.0|29.590|    39.830|D   39.830|    39.830
   TRAINEE 1ST PERIOD (0 TO |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   375 HRS) B               |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    10.240|     3.150|      -   |E    0.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|14.090|    19.210|D   19.210|    19.210
   TRAINEE 2ND PERIOD (376  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 750 HRS) B            |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    11.260|     3.150|      -   |E    0.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|15.110|    20.740|D   20.740|    20.740
   TRAINEE 3RD PERIOD (751  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 1125 HRS) B           |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    12.290|     3.150|      -   |E    0.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|16.140|    22.285|D   22.285|    22.285
   TRAINEE 4TH PERIOD (1126 |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 1500 HRS) B           |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    13.310|     3.150|      -   |E    0.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|17.160|    23.815|D   23.815|    23.815
   TRAINEE 5TH PERIOD (1501 |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 1875 HRS) B           |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    14.340|     3.150|      -   |C    2.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|20.190|    27.360|D   27.360|    27.360
   TRAINEE 6TH PERIOD (1876 |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 2250 HRS) B           |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    15.360|     3.150|      -   |C    2.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|21.210|    28.890|D   28.890|    28.890
   TRAINEE 7TH PERIOD (2251 |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 2635 HRS) B           |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    16.380|     3.150|      -   |C    2.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|22.230|    30.420|D   30.420|    30.420
   TRAINEE 8TH PERIOD (2636 |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TO 3000 HRS) B           |02/22/2004|10/31/2004* |    17.410|     3.150|     3.160|C    2.700|      -   |      -  |   8.0|26.420|    35.125|D   35.125|    35.125
# CARPET LAYER:             |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   RESILIENT TILE LAYER     |08/22/2003|06/30/2004* |C   20.320|     2.600|     2.350|     1.500|     0.200|      -  |   8.0|26.970|F   37.130|G   37.130|    47.290
# ELECTRICIAN:              |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   INSIDE WIREMAN,          |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TECHNICIAN               |02/22/2004|05/31/2004**|    29.000|     4.480|H    4.350|      -   |     0.550|    0.170|   8.0|39.420|I   54.355|I   54.355|    69.290
   CABLE SPLICER            |02/22/2004|05/31/2004**|    29.750|     4.480|H    4.350|      -   |     0.550|    0.170|   8.0|40.190|I   55.510|I   55.510|    70.830
   TUNNEL WIREMAN           |02/22/2004|05/31/2004**|    32.630|     4.480|H    4.350|      -   |     0.550|    0.170|   8.0|43.160|I   59.965|I   59.965|    76.770
   TUNNEL CABLE SPLICER     |02/22/2004|05/31/2004**|    33.470|     4.480|H    4.350|      -   |     0.550|    0.170|   8.0|44.020|I   61.255|I   61.255|    78.490
   SOUND AND SIGNAL         |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TECHNICIAN               |08/22/2003|05/31/2004**|    22.250|     3.610|H    2.050|      -   |     0.550|      -  |   8.0|29.130|J   40.590|K   40.590|    52.050
   SOUNDMAN                 |08/22/2003|05/31/2004**|    17.800|     3.200|H    1.640|      -   |     0.550|      -  |   8.0|23.720|J   32.885|K   32.885|    42.050
   STREETLIGHTING, TRAFFIC  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   SIGNAL, UNDERGROUND      |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   SYSTEMS JOURNEYMAN       |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TECHNICIAN GRADE 1 L     |02/22/2003|09/30/2003* |    18.150|     2.470|H    1.350|      -   |     0.050|      -  |   8.0|22.560|    31.905|    31.905|    41.250
   TECH GRADE 2 L           |02/22/2003|09/30/2003* |    16.500|     2.470|H    1.350|      -   |     0.050|      -  |   8.0|20.865|    29.360|    29.360|    37.860
   TECH GRADE 3 L           |02/22/2003|09/30/2003* |    13.250|     2.470|H     -   |      -   |     0.050|      -  |   8.0|16.170|    22.995|    22.995|    29.820
   TECH GRADE 4 L           |02/22/2003|09/30/2003* |    11.500|     2.470|H     -   |      -   |     0.050|      -  |   8.0|14.365|    20.290|    20.290|    26.210
# FIELD SURVEYOR:           |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   CHIEF OF PARTY           |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (018.167-010) M          |02/22/2004|09/30/2004* |C   33.710|     6.050|     3.750|N     -   |     0.750|    0.050|   8.0|44.310|O   60.615|P   76.920|Q  109.530
   INSTRUMENTMAN            |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (018.167-034) M          |02/22/2004|09/30/2004* |C   31.360|     6.050|     3.750|N     -   |     0.750|    0.050|   8.0|41.960|O   57.090|P   72.220|Q  102.480
   CHAINMAN/RODMAN          |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (869.567-010) M          |02/22/2004|09/30/2004* |C   30.780|     6.050|     3.750|N     -   |     0.750|    0.050|   8.0|41.380|O   56.220|P   71.060|Q  100.740
# GLAZIER                   |08/22/2003|09/30/2003* |    27.350|R    3.300|     6.300|      -   |     0.150|      -  |S  8.0|37.100|T   50.775|T   50.775|    64.450
   GLASS WORKER U           |08/22/2003|09/30/2003* |    16.160|R    3.300|     1.250|      -   |     0.150|      -  |S  8.0|20.860|T   28.940|T   28.940|    37.020
# PAINTER:                  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT  |02/02/2004|06/30/2004**|A   25.520|     2.950|     2.200|     1.040|     0.450|    0.420|   8.0|32.580|    45.340|    45.340|    45.340
   DRYWALL FINISHER         |02/22/2003|03/31/2003* |&   15.000|     2.200|     1.850|     3.070|     0.160|      -  |   8.0|22.280|V   29.780|V   29.780|V   29.780
# PLASTERER                 |08/22/2003|08/03/2004**|W   24.770|     4.020|     2.540|     2.980|     0.400|      -  |   8.0|34.710|    46.595|X   46.595|    58.480
# PLASTER TENDER Y          |02/22/2004|08/03/2004**|    23.000|     4.150|     3.610|Z    3.040|     0.460|    0.550|   8.0|34.810|AA  46.310|AA  46.310|    57.810
   PLASTER CLEAN-UP LABORER |02/22/2004|08/03/2004**|    20.450|     4.150|     3.610|Z    3.040|     0.460|    0.550|   8.0|32.260|AA  42.485|AA  42.485|    52.710
# PLUMBER:                  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PLUMBER, INDUSTRIAL AND  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   GENERAL PIPEFITTER       |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AB  30.410|     4.270|AC   6.060|AD    -   |     0.470|      -  |   8.0|41.210|AE  56.145|AE  56.145|    69.590
   SEWER AND STORM DRAIN    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PIPELAYER                |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AB  20.490|     4.270|AC   5.820|AD    -   |     0.360|      -  |   8.0|30.940|    40.915|AF  40.915|    49.850
   SEWER AND STORM DRAIN    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PIPE TRADESMAN AG        |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AB  11.680|     4.270|     0.250|      -   |     0.080|      -  |   8.0|16.280|    21.850|AF  21.850|    27.420
   SERVICE & REPAIR         |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (PLUMBER/HVAC-FITTER)    |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AB  29.420|     4.270|AC   5.820|AD    -   |     0.140|      -  |   8.0|39.650|    54.090|AH  54.090|    67.040
   LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION     |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   FITTER                   |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AI  23.620|     4.270|AC   5.590|AD    -   |     0.350|      -  |AF 8.0|33.830|    45.640|    45.640|    56.255
   LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION     |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN AJ  |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AI  22.340|     4.270|AC   4.140|AD    -   |     0.350|      -  |AF 8.0|31.100|    42.270|    42.270|    52.370
   LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION     |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TRADESMAN AK             |08/22/2003|06/30/2004**|AI  10.570|     2.000|AC   0.750|      -   |     0.050|      -  |AF 8.0|13.370|    18.655|    18.655|    23.940
   FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (PROTECTION AND CONTROL  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD AND    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   UNDERGROUND)             |02/22/2004|03/31/2004**|    24.500|     4.900|AL   5.050|      -   |     0.250|    0.100|   8.0|34.800|    47.050|    47.050|    59.300
# ROOFER                    |02/22/2004|03/31/2005* |AM  20.950|     2.830|     1.250|     1.000|     0.050|    0.200|AF 8.0|26.280|    36.415|    36.415|    46.550
   PITCH WORK               |02/22/2004|03/31/2005* |AM  22.450|     2.830|     1.250|     1.000|     0.050|    0.200|AF 8.0|27.780|    38.665|    38.665|    49.550
# SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC) |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   AN                       |02/22/2004|06/30/2004**|A   25.650|AO   6.620|AP   5.730|      -   |     0.500|AQ  0.460|AF 8.0|38.960|    51.785|    51.785|    64.610
   SHEET METAL TECHNICIAN AN|02/22/2004|06/30/2004**|A   18.770|AO   2.170|     0.750|      -   |     0.450|AQ  0.410|AF 8.0|22.550|    31.935|    31.935|    41.320
   UTILITY WORKER AR        |02/22/2004|06/30/2004* |     7.500|AO   2.170|      -   |      -   |     0.450|AQ  0.410|AF 8.0|10.530|    14.280|    14.280|    18.030
# TERRAZZO WORKER           |02/22/2001|08/31/2001* |W   26.780|     3.000|     1.790|AD    -   |     0.550|      -  |AF 8.0|32.120|AS  45.510|AT  45.510|AU  58.900
   TERRAZZO FINISHER        |02/22/2001|08/31/2001* |W   20.530|     3.000|     1.790|AD    -   |     0.550|      -  |AF 8.0|25.870|AS  36.135|AT  36.135|AU  46.400
  TILE & MARBLE FINISHER    |02/22/2001|01/31/2002* |W   14.000|     1.930|     1.200|      -   |     0.350|      -  |   8.0|17.480|    24.480|    24.480|AV  31.480
# TILE SETTER               |02/22/2001|01/31/2002* |W   22.000|     1.930|     1.200|      -   |     0.350|      -  |   8.0|25.480|    36.480|    36.480|AV  47.480
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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


*  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 RATES 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.

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A  INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR WORKING DUES.
B  EACH EMPLOYER WILL BE ALLOWED AT LEAST ONE MASON TENDER TRAINEE.  WHEN TWO (2) MASON TENDERS ARE EMPLOYED ON A PROJECT, ONE (1) MAY BE A MASON TENDER
   TRAINEE.  WHEN MORE THAN TWO (2) MASON TENDERS ARE EMPLOYED, A RATIO OF NO MORE THAN 40% MASON TENDER TRAINEES WILL BE PERMITTED.
C  INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES.
D  WORK ON SATURDAYS IS PAID AT STRAIGHT-TIME UNLESS THE HOURS EXCEED 8 HOURS PER DAY OR 40 HOURS PER WEEK.
E  AMOUNT IS FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES.
F  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 OVERTIME HOURS.
G  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 10 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY.  ALL OTHER HOURS ARE PAID AT THE SUNDAY/HOLIDAY RATE.
H  IN ADDITION, AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 3% OF THE  BASIC HOURLY RATE IS ADDED TO THE TOTAL HOURLY RATE AND OVERTIME HOURLY RATES FOR THE NATIONAL EMPLOYEES
   BENEFIT BOARD.
I  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.
J  RATE APPLIES TO FIRST 4 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY RATE.
K  APPLIES TO THE FIRST 8 HOURS; ALL OTHER TIME WILL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE STRAIGHT-TIME RATE.  IF THE WORK WEEK IS TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, THE
   SATURDAY FOLLOWING A RECOGNIZED HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON MONDAY, SHALL BE PAID AT 1 1/2 STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE.
L  THE FIRST WORKER ON THE SITE MUST BE A JOURNEYMAN TECHNICIAN GRADE #1 OR #2; THEREAFTER THE CONTRACTOR MAY EMPLOY FIVE (5) JOURNEYMAN TECHNICIAN OF
   ANY GRADE.
M  DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES, FOURTH EDITION, 1977, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
N  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 IS 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.
O  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 INCLUDE VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT.
P  RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT.
Q  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.
R  INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED OR PAID TO DISABILITY FUND.
S  IN THE EVENT CONDITIONS OR CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH ARE BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE EMPLOYER, PREVENTS EMPLOYEES FROM WORKING ON ANY ONE OF THE REGULAR
   MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY WORK DAYS, THEN SATURDAY MAY BE SCHEDULED AS A MAKE-UP DAY AT THE EMPLOYEE'S REGULAR STRAIGHT TIME RATE.
T  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.
U  THE EMPLOYER MAY UTILIZE THE GLASSWORKER ON A ONE(1) TO ONE (1) RATIO TO THE JOURNEYMAN (GLAZIER) WITH A MAXIMUM OF FOUR (4) GLASSWORKERS PER JOB SITE.
V  PURSUANT TO SECTION 1815 OF THE LABOR CODE, "WORK PERFORMED BY EMPLOYEES OF CONTRACTORS IN EXCESS OF 8 HOURS PER DAY, AND 40 HOURS DURING ANY ONE
   WEEK, SHALL BE PERMITTED UPON PUBLIC WORK UPON COMPENSATION FOR ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF 8 HOURS PER DAY AT NOT LESS THAN 1-1/2 TIMES THE BASIC
   RATE OF PAY."
W  INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF.
X  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
Y  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 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 PLASTERERS TO 1 PLASTER TENDER.
Z  INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED OR PAID FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES.
AA 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 OVERTIME RATE.
AB INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR ADMINISTRATIVE DUES.
AC INCLUDES AMOUNT FOR NATIONAL PENSION AND RETIREE'S X-MAS FUND.
AD INCLUDED IN STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE.
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 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.
AG PIPE TRADESMEN SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED ON ANY JOB WITHOUT  A JOURNEYMAN.
AH SATURDAY MAY BE WORKED AT STRAIGHT-TIME RATE, PROVIDED THAT THE HOURS DO NOT EXCEED 8 HOURS PER DAY OR 40 HOURS PER WEEK.
AI INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE DUES.
AJ THE LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN MAY BE UTILIZED ONLY AS THE FIFTH WORKER ON THE JOB.  ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT
   JOURNEYMEN MAY BE ADDED AS THE 10TH WORKER, 15TH WORKER, 20TH WORKER AND SO ON.
AK 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 LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER.  THE 3RD AND 4TH WORKER MAY BE A TRADESMAN.
AL INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION FUND.
AM INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR WORKING ASSESSMENT.
AN ON COMMERCIAL WORK , ONE TECHNICIAN MAY BE EMPLOYED ON EACH JOB SITE.  IN ADDITION, ONE TECHNICIAN MAY BE EMPLOYED FOR EACH THREE BUILDING TRADES
   JOURNEYMAN.  ON LIGHT COMMERCIAL WORK, ONE TECHNICIAN MAY BE EMPLOYED FOR EACH BUILDING TRADES JOURNEYMAN.
AO INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR THE SHEET METAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH INSTITUTE TRUST.
AP INCLUDES AMOUNT FOR 401K PLAN.
AQ INCLUDES AMOUNTS FOR NATIONAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE (NEMI) FUND, SHEET METAL WORKERS' INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND (SMWSF) AND INDUSTRY FUND.
AR THE EMPLOYER MAY EMPLOY ONE UTILITY WORKER, PLUS ONE FOR EACH FIVE(5) BUILDING JOURNEYMAN OR PORTION THEREOF.
AS RATE APPLIES TO FIRST TWO DAILY OVERTIME HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER OVERTIME IS PAID AT THE HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
AT 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. 
   ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE HOLIDAY RATE.
AU RATE APPLIES TO WORK ON HOLIDAYS ONLY; SUNDAYS ARE PAID AT THE SATURDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
AV RATE APPLIES TO WORK PERFORMED ON HOLIDAYS ONLY.