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: TULARE COUNTY

DETERMINATION: TUL-2010-1

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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, STONEMASON,   |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   MARBLE MASON, CEMENT     |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   BLOCKLAYER, POINTER,     |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   CAULKER, CLEANER         |08/22/2009|04/30/2010* |A   34.640|     5.000|     5.750|B     -   |     0.400|    0.560|C  8.0|46.350|D   63.670|D   63.670|    80.990
# BRICKLAYER:               |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   MASON FINISHER           |02/22/2010|04/30/2010* |A   25.200|     5.000|     6.750|B     -   |     0.400|    0.560|C  8.0|37.910|D   50.510|D   50.510|    63.110
  BRICK TENDER              |08/22/2009|09/30/2009* |&   11.000|     5.540|     6.770|      -   |     0.340|      -  |   8.0|23.650|    29.150|    29.150|    29.150
# CARPET, LINOLEUM,         |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   RESILIENT                |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TILE LAYER               |02/22/2010|06/30/2010* |A   30.070|     7.040|     4.000|      -   |     0.360|    0.100|   8.0|41.570|E   56.600|E   56.600|    71.640
# ELECTRICIAN:              |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   COMM & SYSTEM INSTALLER  |02/22/2010|11/30/2010**|    26.290|     7.350|F    4.000|      -   |     1.100|G   0.310|   8.0|39.970|H   53.570|H   53.570|    67.180
   COMM & SYSTEM TECH.      |02/22/2010|11/30/2010**|    29.930|     7.350|F    4.000|      -   |     1.100|G   0.310|   8.0|43.740|H   59.230|H   59.230|    74.720
   INSIDE WIREMAN,          |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TECHNICIAN               |02/22/2010|05/31/2010**|    32.350|     7.650|F    6.350|B     -   |     0.700|    0.200|   8.0|48.220|I   64.880|I   64.880|    81.540
   CABLE SPLICER            |02/22/2010|05/31/2010**|    35.590|     7.650|F    6.350|B     -   |     0.700|    0.200|   8.0|51.560|I   69.890|I   69.890|    88.220
# FIELD SURVEYOR:           |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   CHIEF OF PARTY           |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (018.167-010) J          |02/22/1996|08/31/1996* |&   17.000|     2.200|      -   |K    0.915|     0.250|      -  |   8.0|20.360|    28.860|    28.860|    28.860
   INSTRUMENTMAN            |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (018.167-034) J          |02/22/1996|08/31/1996* |&   12.000|     2.200|      -   |L    0.650|     0.250|      -  |   8.0|15.100|    21.100|    21.100|    21.100
   CHAINMAN/RODMAN          |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (869.567-010) J          |02/22/1996|08/31/1996* |&   10.000|     2.200|      -   |M    0.540|     0.250|      -  |   8.0|12.990|    17.990|    17.990|    17.990
# GLAZIER                   |08/22/1997|08/31/1998* |&   11.000|      -   |      -   |     0.550|      -   |      -  |   8.0|11.550|    17.050|    17.050|    17.050
# PAINTER                   |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TAPER                    |02/22/2010|06/30/2010**|A   30.460|     7.290|     4.900|      -   |     0.340|    0.460|   8.0|43.450|    58.680|N   58.680|O   73.910
# PAINTER:                  |08/22/2009|08/31/2010**|A   26.910|     6.790|P    4.450|      -   |     0.340|    0.480|N  8.0|38.970|    52.420|    52.420|Q   65.880
   PAPERHANGER, SPRAY       |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PAINTER                  |08/22/2009|08/31/2010**|A   27.910|     6.790|P    4.450|      -   |     0.340|    0.480|N  8.0|39.970|    53.920|    53.920|Q   67.880
   SANDBLASTER              |08/22/2009|08/31/2010**|A   28.410|     6.790|P    4.450|      -   |     0.340|    0.480|N  8.0|40.470|    54.670|    54.670|Q   68.880
   REMEDIAL PATCHER         |08/22/2009|08/31/2010**|A   28.160|     6.790|P    4.450|      -   |     0.340|    0.480|N  8.0|40.220|    54.300|    54.300|Q   68.380
# PLASTERER                 |02/22/2010|06/30/2010**|A   26.430|     8.230|     5.080|     3.290|     0.900|    0.500|   8.0|44.430|    56.930|R   56.930|    69.440
# PLASTER TENDER            |08/22/2009|06/30/2010* |    28.370|     5.540|     6.320|     2.280|     0.340|S   1.020|   8.0|43.870|E   58.060|E   58.060|    72.240
# PLUMBER:                  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PLUMBER, STEAMFITTER,    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   REFRIGERATION FITTER     |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (HVAC)                   |02/22/2010|06/30/2010**|    35.450|     7.520|    10.810|B     -   |     1.350|    1.370|   8.0|56.500|T   74.230|T   74.230|    91.950
   PIPE TRADESMAN           |02/22/2010|06/30/2010* |    13.000|     6.300|     1.000|B     -   |      -   |    0.660|   8.0|20.960|T   27.460|T   27.460|    33.960
   UNDERGROUND UTILITY      |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   PIPEFITTER               |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|    25.450|     3.950|     2.500|     1.900|     0.400|    0.600|N  8.0|34.800|    47.530|    47.530|    60.250
   LANDSCAPE PIPEFITTER     |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|    25.450|     3.950|     2.500|     1.900|     0.400|    0.550|N  8.0|34.750|    47.480|    47.480|    60.200
   UNDERGROUND UTILITY      |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN U   |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|    14.250|     3.950|     2.500|     1.900|     0.400|    0.600|N  8.0|23.600|    30.720|    30.720|    37.850
   LANDSCAPE ASSISTANT      |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   JOURNEYMAN U             |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|    14.250|     3.950|     2.500|     1.900|     0.400|    0.550|N  8.0|23.550|    30.670|    30.670|    37.800
   UNDERGROUND UTILITY      |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   TRADESMAN U              |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|     9.950|     3.950|     2.500|     1.900|     0.400|    0.600|N  8.0|19.300|    24.270|    24.270|    29.250
   LANDSCAPE TRADESMAN I V  |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|     9.950|     3.950|      -   |     1.900|     0.400|    0.550|N  8.0|16.750|    21.720|    21.720|    26.700
   LANDSCAPE TRADESMAN II V |08/22/2009|06/30/2010**|     9.950|     3.950|     2.500|     1.900|     0.400|    0.550|N  8.0|19.250|    24.220|    24.220|    29.200
   FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   (PROTECTION AND CONTROL  |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD AND    |          |            |          |          |          |          |          |         |      |      |          |          |
   UNDERGROUND)             |02/22/2010|03/31/2010* |    32.650|     7.600|W    9.700|      -   |     0.300|    0.250|   8.0|50.500|    66.820|    66.820|    83.150
# ROOFER                    |02/22/2010|08/31/2010* |X   27.650|     3.750|     4.150|B     -   |     0.150|      -  |   8.0|35.700|    49.520|    49.520|    63.350
   PITCH WORK               |02/22/2010|08/31/2010* |X   29.650|     3.750|     4.150|B     -   |     0.150|      -  |   8.0|37.700|    52.520|    52.520|    67.350
# SHEET METAL WORKER (HVAC) |08/22/2009|09/30/2009* |Y   33.180|     8.550|    12.650|      -   |     1.270|      -  |   8.0|55.650|    72.240|    72.240|    72.240
   METAL DECK & SIDING      |02/22/2010|03/31/2010* |Y   33.180|     8.550|    12.650|      -   |     1.270|      -  |   8.0|55.650|    72.240|    72.240|    72.240
# TILE FINISHER             |08/22/2009|03/31/2010**|A   19.550|     7.310|     2.560|     1.300|     0.350|    0.430|   8.0|31.500|    41.270|N   41.270|    51.050
# TILE SETTER               |08/22/2009|03/31/2010**|A   27.350|     7.310|     3.810|     2.350|     0.400|    0.530|   8.0|41.750|    55.430|N   55.430|    69.100
  WATER WELL DRILLER        |05/22/1986|12/15/1986* |    10.530|     0.990|     0.250|Z    0.460|      -   |      -  |   8.0|12.230|AA  17.500|AA  17.500|AA  22.760
   PUMP INSTALLER           |05/22/1986|12/15/1986* |    11.030|     0.990|     0.260|AB   0.490|      -   |      -  |   8.0|12.770|AA  18.280|AA  18.280|AA  23.800
   HELPER                   |05/22/1986|12/15/1986* |     9.260|     0.990|     0.220|AC   0.410|      -   |      -  |   8.0|10.880|AA  15.510|AA  15.510|AA  20.140
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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.  EFFECTIVE AS OF JULY 1, 2008, THE ISSUANCE AND PUBLICATION OF THE PREVAILING WAGE APPRENTICE SCHEDULES/APPRENTICE
   WAGE RATES HAVE BEEN REASSIGNED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS FROM THE DIVISION OF LABOR STATISTICS AND RESEARCH TO THE DIVISION OF
   APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS.  TO OBTAIN ANY APPRENTICE SCHEDULES/APPRENTICE WAGE RATES, PLEASE CONTACT THE DIVISION OF APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS OR REFER
   TO THE DIVISION OF APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS' WEBSITE AT http://www.dir.ca.gov/das.das.html.
&  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 DUES CHECK OFF.
B  INCLUDED IN STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE.
C  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, OR REASONS
   BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE EMPLOYER.
D  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.
E  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 12 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME
   HOURLY RATE.
F  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.
G  IN ADDITION, AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 0.5% OF THE BASIC HOURLY RATE, WHICH IS FACTORED AT THE APPLICABLE OVERTIME MULTIPLIER, IS ADDED TO THE TOTAL HOURLY
   RATE AND OVERTIME HOURLY RATES.
H  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY. ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME
   RATE.
I  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 2 DAILY OVERTIME HOURS AND THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS.  ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY/HOLIDAY OVERTIME
   RATE.
J  DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES, FOURTH EDITION, 1977, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
K  $1.11 AFTER 5 YEARS SERVICE; $1.44 AFTER 6 YEARS SERVICE.
L  78 AFTER 5 YEARS SERVICE; $1.02 AFTER 6 YEARS SERVICE.
M  65 AFTER 5 YEARS SERVICE; 85 AFTER 6 YEARS SERVICE.
N  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.
O  DESIGNATED DAYS OFF SHALL BE PAID AT THE SATURDAY OVERTIME RATE; PLEASE REFER TO THE HOLIDAY PROVISIONS FOR A LIST OF DESIGNATED DAYS OFF.
P  INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED FOR ANNUITY TRUST FUND.
Q  SUNDAY IS PAID AT SATURDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
R  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
S  AMOUNT IS FOR VALLEY MORTAR TRADES FUND ($1.00) AND INDUSTRY STABILIZATION ($0.02)
T  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.
U  THERE MUST BE AT LEAST ONE JOURNEYMAN PIPEFITTER PER CONTRACTOR ON EACH JOBSITE.
V  THERE MUST BE AT LEAST ONE JOURNEYMAN PIPEFITTER PER CONTRACTOR ON EACH JOBSITE. MAINTENANCE WORK, BOTH DURING AND AFTER THE PLANT ESTABLISHMENT
   PERIOD, MAY BE PERFORMED BY LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION TRADESMEN WITHOUT THE SUPERVISION OF A JOURNEYMAN.
W  INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION FUND.
X  INCLUDES AMOUNT FOR VAC/HOL AND DUES CHECK OFF.
Y  BASIC HOURLY RATE AND EMPLOYER PAYMENTS ARE BASED ON THE DAVIS-BACON WAGE DETERMINATION FOR THIS CRAFT.
Z  RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT ONLY: 67 AFTER 2 YEARS; 87 AFTER 8 YEARS; $1.07 AFTER 15 YEARS.
AA RATE APPLIES TO ALL TIME WORKED IN EXCESS OF 8 HOURS PER DAY OR 40 HOURS PER WEEK AND FOR ALL HOURS ON SUNDAY. DOUBLE-TIME IS PAID FOR WORK ON
   HOLIDAYS. RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY ADDITIONAL AMOUNT THAT MAY BE REQUIRED FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT.
AB RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT ONLY: 70 AFTER 2 YEARS; 92 AFTER 8 YEARS; $1.13 AFTER 15 YEARS.
AC RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT ONLY: 59 AFTER 2 YEARS; 76 AFTER 8 YEARS; 94 AFTER 15 YEARS.

RECOGNIZED HOLIDAYS: HOLIDAYS UPON WHICH THE GENERAL PREVAILING HOURLY WAGE RATE FOR HOLIDAY WORK SHALL BE PAID, SHALL BE ALL HOLIDAYS IN THE
   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT, APPLICABLE TO THE PARTICULAR CRAFT, CLASSIFICATION, OR TYPE OF WORKER EMPLOYED ON THE PROJECT, WHICH IS ON FILE WITH
   THE DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS.  IF THE PREVAILING RATE IS NOT BASED ON A COLLECTIVELY BARGAINED RATE, THE HOLIDAYS UPON WHICH THE PREVAILING
   RATE SHALL BE PAID SHALL BE AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 6700 OF THE GOVERNMENT CODE.  YOU MAY OBTAIN THE HOLIDAY PROVISIONS FOR THE CURRENT DETERMINATIONS
   ON THE INTERNET AT HTTP://WWW.DIR.CA.GOV/DLSR/PWD.  HOLIDAY PROVISIONS FOR THE CURRENT OR SUPERSEDED DETERMINAT

TRAVEL AND/OR SUBSISTENCE PAYMENT: IN ACCORDANCE WITH LABOR CODE SECTIONS 1773.1 AND 1773.9, CONTRACTORS SHALL MAKE TRAVEL AND/OR SUBSISTENCE PAYMENTS
   TO EACH WORKER TO EXECUTE THE WORK.  TRAVEL AND/OR SUBSISTENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR EACH CRAFT, CLASSIFICATION, OR TYPE OF WORKER MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE
   PREVAILING WAGE UNIT AT (415) 703-4774.