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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by jimmyjack, Nov 27, 2009.
Come on now junior, pull out your pocket dictionary your teacher gave you.
A prevailing wage is the median wage paid to workers in a specified locality. Prevailing wage may include both wages and benefits. It encompasses the compensation for a worker given for performed labor.....
Does that makes sense or should I draw you a picture.
thats what that was? I used it as fire starter!
Do you want to hug it out?
Not exactly sure where your goin with this, but no.
ive worked here before ,its not bad ,its a job ......... yea i think theres 6 or 7 backhoes , skid steer and a 311 excavator for the smaller streets or the 320 were it will fit , its and older part of town so the streets are pretty small....give me a shout next time your down this way
its a federally funded project , so it goes by the Davis bacon act , you should take the time to look it up ,i cant explain it that well on this , but i know it changes from time to time but i know it pays well to on a "rate" job
all loaded up ....my partner came back from sc last week from the same job i was on , left it loaded to go to ny this week with him again , now i just need to find a nice priced one for side work at home ...oh yea bought the gooseneck and grapple when we were working in sc ,gotta love bank repo's
Don't feel bad Jr. I was going to ask the same thing about the prevailing wage. I was not exactly sure what that meant either.
While not a requirement on private work, pretty much all Governmental work requires that prevailing wage be paid to workers directly involved in a project.