Cafeteria Renovations Highland School (Replace Government Freezer) Addendum #1

Agency: Town of Cheshire
State: Connecticut
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
Posted Date: Jun 27, 2019
Due Date: Aug 16, 2019
Solicitation No: RFP 1920-01
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RFP 1920-01 - Cafeteria Renovations Highland School (Replace Government Freezer)

Addendum #1 - Prevailing Wages

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Project: Cafeteria Renovations
Minimum Rates and Classifications
for Building Construction
Connecticut Department of Labor
ID# : B 26293
Wage and Workplace Standards Division
By virtue of the authority vested in the Labor Commissioner under provisions of Section 31-53 of the
General Statutes of Connecticut, as amended, the following are declared to be the prevailing rates and
welfare payments and will apply only where the contract is advertised for bid within 20 days of the date on
which the rates are established. Any contractor or subcontractor not obligated by agreement to pay to the
welfare and pension fund shall pay this amount to each employee as part of his/her hourly wages.
Project
State#
Number:
1920-01
FAP#:
Project Town:Cheshire
Project: Cafeteria Renovations
CLASSIFICATION
Hourly Rate
1a) Asbestos Worker/Insulator (Includes application of insulating materials,
protective coverings, coatings, & finishes to all types of mechanical
systems; application of firestopping material for wall openings &
penetrations in walls, floors, ceilings
38.25
Benefits
27.96
1b) Asbestos/Toxic Waste Removal Laborers: Asbestos removal and
encapsulation (except its removal from mechanical systems which are not to
be scrapped), toxic waste removers, blasters.**See Laborers Group 7**
1c) Asbestos Worker/Heat and Frost Insulator
40.21
29.30
As of: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Project: Cafeteria Renovations
2) Boilermaker
38.34
26.01
3a) Bricklayer, Cement Mason, Concrete Finisher (including caulking),
Stone Masons
34.72
32.55 + a
3b) Tile Setter
34.90
25.87
3c) Terrazzo Mechanics and Marble Setters
31.69
22.35
3d) Tile, Marble & Terrazzo Finishers
26.70
21.75
3e) Plasterer
33.48
32.06
As of: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Project: Cafeteria Renovations
------LABORERS------
4) Group 1: Laborers (common or general), acetylene burners, concrete 30.75
specialists, wrecking laborers, fire watchers.
20.84
4a) Group 2: Mortar mixers, plaster tender, power buggy operators,
powdermen, fireproofer/mixer/nozzleman (Person running mixer and
spraying fireproof only).
31.00
20.84
4b) Group 3: Jackhammer operators/pavement breaker, mason tender
(brick), mason tender (cement/concrete), forklift operators and forklift
operators (masonry).
31.25
20.84
4c) **Group 4: Pipelayers (Installation of water, storm drainage or sewage
lines outside of the building line with P6, P7 license) (the pipelayer rate
shall apply only to one or two employees of the total crew who primary
task is to actually perform the mating of pipe sections) P6 and P7 rate is
$26.80.
31.75
4d) Group 5: Air track operator, sand blaster and hydraulic drills.
31.50
20.84
20.84
As of: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Project: Cafeteria Renovations
4e) Group 6: Blasters, nuclear and toxic waste removal.
33.75
20.84
4f) Group 7: Asbestos/lead removal and encapsulation (except it's removal 31.75
from mechanical systems which are not to be scrapped).
20.84
4g) Group 8: Bottom men on open air caisson, cylindrical work and boring 29.03
crew.
20.84
4h) Group 9: Top men on open air caisson, cylindrical work and boring 28.49
crew.
20.84
4i) Group 10: Traffic Control Signalman
18.00
20.84
5) Carpenter, Acoustical Ceiling Installation, Soft Floor/Vinyl Floor/Carpet
Laying, Metal Stud Installation, Form Work and Scaffold Building, Drywall
Hanging, Modular-Furniture Systems Installers, Lathers, Piledrivers,
Resilient Floor Layers.
33.53
25.66
As of: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Project: Cafeteria Renovations
5a) Millwrights
34.04
26.09
6) Electrical Worker (including low voltage wiring) (Trade License required: 38.50
E1,2 L-5,6 C-5,6 T-1,2 L-1,2 V-1,2,7,8,9)
28.61+3% of
gross wage
7a) Elevator Mechanic (Trade License required: R-1,2,5,6)
53.37
33.705+a+b
-----LINE CONSTRUCTION----
Groundman
26.50
6.5% + 9.00
Linemen/Cable Splicer
48.19
6.5% + 22.00
As of: Thursday, June 27, 2019

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