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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
                                                                          FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, HIGHWAY, HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AND DREDGING PROJECTS

LOCALITY: ORANGE COUNTY
DETERMINATION: ORA-2010-2                                                                                EMPLOYER PAYMENTS                                          STRAIGHT-TIME          OVERTIME HOURLY RATE
                                                                           BASIC       HEALTH                                                                               TOTAL                               SUNDAY
                                                           EXPIRATION                                              VACATION/                    OTHER
          CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL)               ISSUE DATE                  HOURLY         AND         PENSION                      TRAINING                      HOURS      HOURLY       DAILY     SATURDAY        AND
                                                              DATE                                                  HOLIDAY                    PAYMENTS
                                                                           RATE        WELFARE                                                                               RATE                               HOLIDAY
#       BRICKLAYER, STONEMASON,
          MARBLE MASON, CEMENT
          BLOCKLAYER, POINTER, CAULKER,        8/22/2010   04/30/2011**   A   34.550       5.000          6.160    B      -          0.400             0.560    C    8.0   46.670   D    63.940   D    63.940        81.220
          CLEANER
#       BRICKLAYER:

          MASON FINISHER                       8/22/2010   04/30/2011*    A   25.200       5.000          5.750    B      -          0.400             0.560    C    8.0   36.910   D    49.510   D    49.510        62.110
#       BRICK TENDER                           8/22/2009   06/30/2010*        27.170       4.760          5.750    E   3.600         0.640             0.280    C    8.0   42.200        55.790        55.790        69.370
#       BRICK TENDER:

          FORKLIFT OPERATOR                    8/22/2009   06/30/2010*        27.620       4.760          5.750    E   3.600         0.640             0.280    C    8.0   42.650        56.460        56.460        70.270

#         CARPET, LINOLEUM,

          RESILIENT TILE LAYER                 2/22/2010   04/30/2010*    A   30.850       5.330          2.700        2.050         0.460             0.200         8.0   41.590   F    57.010   F    57.010        72.440
          MATERIAL HANDLER - FIRST SIX
                                               8/22/2007   09/30/2007*    A   9.250           -             -          0.550            -                 -          8.0    9.800   F    14.430   F    14.430        19.050
          MONTHS
          MATERIAL HANDLER - AFTER SIX
                                               2/22/2010   04/30/2010*    A   9.250        5.330          0.950        0.550         0.100             0.150         8.0   16.330   F    20.950   F    20.950        25.580
          MONTHS
#       DRYWALL FINISHER

          DRYWALL FINISHER                     8/22/2010   10/05/2010**   A   33.220       5.300          3.400        3.070         0.420             0.470         8.0   45.880        62.490   G    62.490        79.100
#       ELECTRICIAN:

          COMM & SYSTEM INSTALLER              2/22/2010   11/28/2010**       27.030       5.500     H    2.450           -          0.650      I      0.210         8.0   36.650   J    50.570   J    50.570        64.490
          COMM & SYSTEM TECH.                  2/22/2010   11/28/2010**       28.830       5.500     H    2.450           -          0.650      I      0.210         8.0   38.500   J    53.350   J    53.350        68.200
          INSIDE WIREMAN, TECHNICIAN           8/22/2010   05/31/2011*        39.540       5.750     H    6.650    B      -          0.150             0.170         8.0   53.450   K    73.810   K    73.810        94.170
          CABLE SPLICER                        8/22/2010   05/31/2011*        41.360       5.750     H    6.650    B      -          0.150             0.170         8.0   55.320   K    76.620   K    76.620        97.920
          TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
                                               8/22/2010   05/31/2011*        39.540       5.750     H    6.650    B      -          0.150             0.170         8.0   53.450   K    73.810   K    73.810        94.170
          ELECTRICIAN

          TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
          ELECTRICIAN (CABLE SPLICING,         8/22/2010   05/31/2011*        40.140       5.750     H    6.650    L      -          0.150             0.170         8.0   54.060   K    74.740   K    74.740        95.410
          WELDING AND FIBER OPTIC SPLICING)
          TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
                                               8/22/2010   05/31/2011*        29.660       5.750     H    6.650    L      -          0.150             0.170         8.0   43.270   K    58.540   K    58.540        73.820
          TECHNICIAN
          MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN              8/22/2010   05/31/2011*        23.350       5.750     H    6.650    B      -          0.150             0.170         8.0   36.770   K    48.800   K    48.800        60.820

#       FIELD SURVEYOR:

    M     CHIEF OF PARTY (018.167-010)         2/22/2010   09/30/2010*    E   42.810       8.200          5.550    N      -          0.750             0.100         8.0   57.410   O    78.230   P    99.050   Q    140.690
    M     INSTRUMENTMAN (018.167-034)          2/22/2010   09/30/2010*    E   40.310       8.200          5.550    N      -          0.750             0.100         8.0   54.910   O    74.480   P    94.050   Q    133.190
    M     CHAINMAN/RODMAN (869.567-010)        2/22/2010   09/30/2010*    E   39.730       8.200          5.550    N      -          0.750             0.100         8.0   54.330   O    73.610   P    92.890   Q    131.450
#       GLAZIER                                8/22/2010   12/31/2010**   R   38.900   S   6.350          11.640   T      -          0.620             0.340         8.0   57.850   U    76.300   U    76.300        94.750
        MARBLE FINISHER                        8/22/2010   05/31/2011*    V   27.040       7.010          2.510           -          0.250             0.360    W    8.0   37.170   X    50.690   Y    50.690        64.210
#       PAINTER:

          PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT              8/22/2010   12/31/2010**   Z   29.320       5.300          2.790        1.050         0.540             0.670         8.0   39.670   AA   54.330   AA   54.330   AA   54.330

          REPAINT PAINTER, LEAD ABATEMENT      8/22/2010   12/31/2010**   Z   26.050       5.300          2.790        1.050         0.540             0.670         8.0   36.400   AB   49.420   AB   49.420   AB   49.420
          INDUSTRIAL PAINTER                   8/22/2010   12/31/2010**   Z   29.320       5.300          2.790        1.050         0.540             0.670         8.0   39.670   AA   54.330   AA   54.330   AA   54.330
                                                                      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: ORANGE COUNTY
DETERMINATION: ORA-2010-2                                                                              EMPLOYER PAYMENTS                                              STRAIGHT-TIME          OVERTIME HOURLY RATE
                                                                            BASIC        HEALTH                                                                               TOTAL                               SUNDAY
                                                            EXPIRATION                                               VACATION/                   OTHER
           CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL)               ISSUE DATE                  HOURLY          AND        PENSION                      TRAINING                      HOURS       HOURLY       DAILY     SATURDAY        AND
                                                               DATE                                                   HOLIDAY                   PAYMENTS
                                                                            RATE         WELFARE                                                                               RATE                               HOLIDAY
           INDUSTRIAL REPAINT PAINTER           8/22/2010   12/31/2010**   Z    26.050      5.300          2.790         1.050        0.540             0.670          8.0   36.400   AB   49.420   AB   49.420   AB   49.420
#        PLASTERER                              8/22/2010   08/02/2011**   AC   32.260      6.380          4.210         3.010        0.440             0.650    AD    8.0   46.950        62.060   AE   62.060        77.160
# AF     PLASTER TENDER                         8/22/2010   08/02/2011**        29.200      5.750          5.400    AG   3.990        0.810             0.550          8.0   45.700        60.300   AH   60.300        74.900
           PLASTER CLEAN-UP LABORER             8/22/2010   08/02/2011**        26.650      5.750          5.400    AG   3.990        0.810             0.550          8.0   43.150        56.470   AH   56.470        69.800
#          PLUMBER:
           PLUMBER, INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL
                                                8/22/2010   06/30/2011*    V    35.890      5.950     AI   10.520   AJ   3.030        1.270     AK      0.470          8.0   57.130   AL   76.110   AL   76.110        93.590
           PIPEFITTER

           SEWER AND STORM DRAIN PIPELAYER      8/22/2010   06/30/2011*    V    24.300      5.950     AI   9.620    AJ   2.130        1.000     AK      0.470          8.0   43.470        56.210   W    56.210        67.890
           SEWER AND STORM DRAIN PIPE
    AM                                          8/22/2010   06/30/2011*    V    14.910      6.020          0.370           -          0.430     AK      0.320          8.0   22.050        29.030   W    29.030        36.010
           TRADESMAN
           LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER          8/22/2010   06/30/2011**   AN   27.350      5.950     AI   8.130    B      -          0.610             0.270    W     8.0   42.310        55.990        55.990        68.420
    AO     LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION TRADESMAN       8/22/2010   06/30/2011*    AN   12.430      2.000     AI   0.870           -          0.100             0.320    W     8.0   15.720        21.940        21.940        28.150
           REFRIGERATION FITTER (HVAC)          2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    A    33.300      7.550    AP    5.050    B      -          1.350     AQ      0.400          8.0   47.650   AL   64.300   AL   64.300        79.830
           SERVICE & REPAIR (HVAC)              2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    A    33.300      7.550    AP    5.050    B      -          1.350     AQ      0.400          8.0   47.650        64.300   AR   64.300   AS   79.830
    AT     REFRIG. TRADESMAN 1                  2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    V    11.600      5.320          0.630           -          0.850     AU      0.250          8.0   18.650   AL   24.450   AL   24.450        30.250
    AT     REFRIG. TRADESMAN 2                  2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    V    13.180      5.320          0.880    B      -          0.850     AU      0.250          8.0   20.480   AL   27.070   AL   27.070        33.370
    AT     REFRIG. TRADESMAN 3                  2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    V    14.180      5.320          0.880    B      -          0.850     AU      0.250          8.0   21.480   AL   28.570   AL   28.570        35.370
    AT     REFRIG. TRADESMAN 4                  2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    V    15.180      5.320          0.880    B      -          0.850     AU      0.250          8.0   22.480   AL   30.070   AL   30.070        37.370
    AT     REFRIG. TRADESMAN 5                  2/22/2006   08/30/2006*    V    16.500      5.320          0.880    B      -          0.850     AU      0.250          8.0   23.800   AL   32.050   AL   32.050        39.850
           FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER (PROTECTION
    AV     AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD        2/22/2010   03/31/2010*         33.750      7.600    AW    9.700           -          0.300             0.250          8.0   51.600        68.470        68.470        85.350
           AND UNDERGROUND)

           FIRE SPRINKLER FITTER (PROTECTION
    AX     AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, OVERHEAD        8/22/2010   08/31/2011*         40.980      7.850          13.450   B      -          1.350     AY      0.550          8.0   64.180        84.670   AZ   84.670        105.160
           AND UNDERGROUND)

#        ROOFER                                 8/22/2010   07/31/2011**   BA   34.650      5.000    BB    3.770    T      -          0.300             0.350          8.0   44.070   AL   59.610   AL   59.610        75.140
           PITCH WORK                           8/22/2010   07/31/2011**   BA   36.400      5.000    BB    3.770    T      -          0.300             0.350          8.0   45.820   AL   62.230   AL   62.230        78.640
           PREPARER                             8/22/2010   07/31/2011**   BA   35.650      5.000    BB    3.770    T      -          0.300             0.350          8.0   45.070   AL   61.100   AL   61.100        77.140
#        SHEET METAL WORKER                     8/22/2010   12/31/2010**   Z    42.540      6.620          9.560           -          1.470             0.370          8.0   60.560        81.830   W    81.830        103.100
#        TERRAZZO WORKER                        8/22/2008   08/30/2009*    A    33.630      6.860          3.150    B      -          0.570             0.120    W     8.0   44.330   BC   61.150   BD   61.150   AS   77.960
         TERRAZZO FINISHER                      8/22/2008   08/30/2009*    A    26.590      6.200          3.150    B      -          0.360             0.120    W     8.0   36.420   BC   49.720   BD   49.720   AS   63.010
#        TILE FINISHER                          8/22/2010   05/31/2011*    V    22.370      6.450          1.600           -          0.250             0.350    W     8.0   31.020   X    42.210   Y    42.210        53.390
#        TILE LAYER                             8/22/2010   05/31/2011*    V    33.550      7.110          5.300           -          0.250             0.510    W     8.0   46.720   X    63.490   Y    63.490        80.270
                                                 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
     LOCALITY: ORANGE COUNTY
     DETERMINATION: ORA-2010-2
     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.

A    INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF.

B    INCLUDED IN STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE.
     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
C
     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    INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES.

F    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 OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
     RATE APPLIES TO FIRST 8 HOURS ONLY.   DOUBLE TIME THEREAFTER.    SATURDAYS IN THE SAME WORK WEEK MAY BE WORKED AT STRAIGHT-TIME IF JOB IS SHUT DOWN DURING THE NORMAL WORK
G
     WEEK DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER.
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    INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR THE NATIONAL LABOR-MANAGEMENT COOPERATION FUND AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE MAINTENANCE FUND.
J    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.
K    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.
L    INCLUDED IN BASIC HOURLY RATE.
M    DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES, FOURTH EDITION, 1977, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
     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
N    EARNINGS IS PAID AFTER 10 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE; AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 8% OF THE PRECEDING YEAR'S STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY EARNINGS IS PAID AFTER 15 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 REVEIVE 8 PAID HOLIDAYS
     PER YEAR.
     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
O
     INCLUDE VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT.
     RATE APPLIES AFTER THE 12 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAY. RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT. PLEASE SEE FOOTNOTE FOR
P
     VACATION/HOLIDAY.
     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
Q
     VACATION/HOLIDAY PAYMENT.
R    INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECKOFF, WHICH IS FACTORED IN THE OVERTIME RATES. INCLUDES $2.00 OF VACATION THAT IS NOT FACTORED IN THE OVERTIME RATES.
S    INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED OR PAID TO DISABILITY FUND.
T    INCLUDED IN STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE WHICH IS NOT FACTORED IN THE OVERTIME RATES.
     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
U
     RATE.
V    INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR ADMINISTRATIVE DUES.
W    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.
X    RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 2 OVERTIME HOURS ONLY; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
Y    RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 10 HOURS WORKED OR UP TO 50 HOURS IN A GIVEN WEEK. ALL HOURS IN EXCESS OF 10 HOURS OR 50 HOURS ARE AT THE SUNDAY/HOLIDAY RATE.
Z    INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR WORKING DUES.
AA DOUBLE TIME SHALL BE PAID FOR ALL HOURS WORKED OVER 12 HOURS IN ANY ONE DAY.
   ON REPAINT WAGE WORK ANY 8 HOURS IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY SHALL BE THE WORK DAY AND ANY 40 HOURS IN A WEEK SHALL BE THE WORK WEEK, PROVIDED THAT THE 40
AB HOURS IS WORKED IN 5 CONSECUTIVE DAYS (LEGAL HOLIDAYS WILL NOT BE COUNTED IN THE 5 CONSECUTIVE DAYS). FOR ALL WORK UNDER THIS CRAFT/CLASSIFICATION DOUBLE TIME SHALL BE
   PAID FOR ALL HOURS WORKED OVER 12 HOURS IN ANY ONE DAY.
AC INCLUDES AN AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF.      EMPLOYEES WORKING ON SCAFFOLDS SUSPENDED BY CABLE OR ROPE SHALL RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL ONE DOLLAR ($1.00) PER HOUR.
                                                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
     LOCALITY: ORANGE COUNTY
     DETERMINATION: ORA-2010-2
     SATURDAY IN THE SAME WORKWEEK MAY BE WORKED AT THE STRAIGHT-TIME HOURLY RATE IF IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO COMPLETE FORTY HOURS OF WORK MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY WHEN THE JOB IS
AD
     SHUT DOWN DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER OR SIMILAR ACT OF GOD, OR BEYOND THE CONTRACTOR'S CONTROL.
AE   RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 8 HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
     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
AF   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.
AG   INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED OR PAID FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DUES.
     RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST EIGHT HOURS ON SATURDAY. ALL OTHER TIME IS PAID AT THE SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY OVERTIME RATE. SATURDAY WORK MAY BE PAID AT THE STRAIGHT TIME RATE IF
AH
     THE JOB IS SHUT DOWN DURING THE NORMAL WORK WEEK DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER.
AI   INCLUDES AMOUNT FOR NATIONAL PENSION AND RETIREE'S X-MAS FUND.
AJ FACTORED AT 1.5 TIMES FOR ALL OVERTIME.
AK INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR THE P.I.P.E. LABOR MANAGEMENT COOPERATION COMMITTEE AND THE CONTRACTOR EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT FUND.
AL 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.
AM PIPE TRADESMEN SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED ON ANY JOB WITHOUT     A JOURNEYMAN.
AN INCLUDES AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE DUES.
   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
AO
   LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION FITTER. THE 3RD AND 4TH WORKER MAY BE A TRADESMAN.
AP INCLUDES AMOUNT FOR 401K PLAN.
AQ INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR THE P.I.P.E. LABOR MANAGEMENT COOPERATION COMMITTEE TRUST FUND AND FOR PROMOTION FUND.
AR SATURDAY MAY BE PAID AT STRAIGHT TIME IF THE WORK WEEK IS TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.
AS RATE APPLIES TO WORK ON HOLIDAYS ONLY; SUNDAYS ARE PAID AT THE SATURDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
   WE ARE UNABLE TO FIT THE FULL CLASSIFICATION TITLE OF REFRIGERATION TRADESMAN ON THE BODY OF THE DETERMINATION. PLEASE NOTE THIS TRADESMAN APPLIES TO REFRIGERATION
AT
   FITTER (HVAC).
AU AMOUNT IS FOR PROMOTION FUND.
AV RATE APPLIES TO REMAINDER OF COUNTY.
AW INCLUDES AN AMOUNT FOR SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION FUND.
   RATE APPLIES TO ORANGE COUNTY, EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING CITIES OR COMMUNITIES: ALISO VIEJO, CAPISTRANO BEACH, COTO DE CAZA, DAINA POINT, EL TOROUSMC AIR STATION, EMERALD
AX BAY, LAGUNA BEACH, LAGUNA HILLS, LAGUNA NIGUEL, LAKE FOREST, LEISURE WORLD (LAGUNA BEACH AREA), MISSION VIEJO, MODJESKA, RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, SAN CLEMENTE, THREE ARCH
   BAY, SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, SAN JUAN HOTSPRINGS, SILVERADO CANYON, SOUTH LAGUNA & TRABUCO CANYON.
AY AMOUNT IS FOR INDUSTRY PROMOTION FUND AND P.I.P.E. FUND.
AZ RATE APPLIES TO THE FIRST 10 HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY.     ALL OTHER HOURS ARE PAID AT THE SUNDAY/HOLIDAY RATE.
BA INCLUDES AN AMOUNT WITHHELD FOR DUES CHECK OFF WHICH IS NOT FACTORED IN OVERTIME AND HOLIDAY WAGE RATES.
BB INCLUDES AN AMOUNT PER HOUR WORKED FOR ANNUITY TRUST FUND.
BC RATE APPLIES TO FIRST TWO DAILY OVERTIME HOURS WORKED; ALL OTHER OVERTIME IS PAID AT THE HOLIDAY OVERTIME HOURLY RATE.
   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
BD
   PAID AT THE HOLIDAY RATE.




     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
     CURRENT OR SUPERSEDED DETERMINATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING THE PREVAILING WAGE UNIT AT (415) 703-4774.


     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.
                                                                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: ORANGE COUNTY
DETERMINATION: ORA-2010-2                                          INCREASE 1                 INCREASE 2                INCREASE 3                INCREASE 4               INCREASE 5            INCREASE 6
                                                              DATE OF               DATE OF            AMOUNT      DATE OF      AMOUNT       DATE OF         AMOUNT    DATE OF               DATE OF
                                 ISSUE      EXPIRATION                    AMOUNT OF                                                                                              AMOUNT OF
      CRAFT (JOURNEY LEVEL)                                    NEXT                  NEXT                OF         NEXT          OF          NEXT             OF       NEXT                  NEXT
                                  DATE         DATE                        INCREASE                                                                                               INCREASE
                                                              CHANGE                CHANGE            INCREASE     CHANGE      INCREASE      CHANGE         INCREASE   CHANGE                CHANGE
      BRICKLAYER,
      STONEMASON,
        MARBLE MASON,
        CEMENT BLOCKLAYER,
                                8/22/2010   04/30/2011**      5/1/2011      $0.75    A    5/1/2012    $1.00   A
        POINTER, CAULKER,
        CLEANER
      DRYWALL FINISHER
        DRYWALL FINISHER        8/22/2010   10/05/2010**     10/6/2010      $0.35    B    1/5/2011    $0.40   C    10/5/2011    $0.87   D
      ELECTRICIAN:
        COMM & SYSTEM
                                2/22/2010   11/28/2010**     11/29/2010     $1.65    A    7/25/2011   $0.50   A
        INSTALLER
        COMM & SYSTEM TECH.     2/22/2010   11/28/2010**     11/29/2010     $1.65    A    7/25/2011   $0.50   A
      GLAZIER                   8/22/2010   12/31/2010**      1/1/2011      $1.25    E
      PAINTER:
        PAINTER, LEAD
                                8/22/2010   12/31/2010**      1/1/2011      $0.40    F    7/1/2011    $0.30   G    7/1/2012     $0.05   H
        ABATEMENT
        REPAINT PAINTER, LEAD
                                8/22/2010   12/31/2010**      1/1/2011      $0.40    F    7/1/2011    $0.30   G    7/1/2012     $0.05   H
        ABATEMENT
        INDUSTRIAL PAINTER      8/22/2010   12/31/2010**      1/1/2011      $0.40    F    7/1/2011    $0.30   G    7/1/2012     $0.05   H
        INDUSTRIAL REPAINT
                                8/22/2010   12/31/2010**      1/1/2011      $0.40    F    7/1/2011    $0.30   G    7/1/2012     $0.05   H
        PAINTER
      PLASTERER                 8/22/2010   08/02/2011**      8/3/2011      $1.75    A    8/1/2012    $1.00   A
  I   PLASTER TENDER            8/22/2010   08/02/2011**      8/3/2011      $1.75    A    8/1/2012    $1.00   A    8/7/2013     $0.75   A
        PLASTER CLEAN-UP
                                8/22/2010   08/02/2011**      8/3/2011      $1.75    A    8/1/2012    $1.00   A    8/7/2013     $0.75   A
        LABORER
        PLUMBER:
        LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION
                                8/22/2010   06/30/2011**      7/1/2011      $1.75    A
        FITTER
        LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION
  J     ASSISTANT               8/22/2009   06/30/2010**      7/1/2010      $1.50    A    7/1/2011    $1.75   A
        JOURNEYMAN
      ROOFER                    8/22/2010   07/31/2011**      8/1/2011      $1.50    A
        PITCH WORK              8/22/2010   07/31/2011**      8/1/2011      $1.50    A
        PREPARER                8/22/2010   07/31/2011**      8/1/2011      $1.50    A
      SHEET METAL WORKER        8/22/2010   12/31/2010**      1/1/2011      $2.00    K
INCREASE 6       INCREASE 7
              DATE OF    AMOUNT
    AMOUNT OF
               NEXT        OF
     INCREASE
              CHANGE    INCREASE
                                           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
    LOCALITY: ORANGE COUNTY
    DETERMINATION: ORA-2010-2
  THE PREDETERMINED INCREASE SHOWN IS TO BE ALLOCATED TO WAGES AND/OR EMPLOYER PAYMENTS. PLEASE CONTACT THE DIVISION OF LABOR STATISTICS AND RESEARCH AT
A (415) 703-4774 WHEN THE PREDETERMINED INCREASE BECOMES DUE TO CONFIRM THE DISTRIBUTION. PLEASE ALSO EXAMINE THE IMPORTANT NOTICES TO SEE IF ANY
  MODIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN ISSUED, AS THERE MAY BE REDUCTIONS TO PREDETERMINED INCREASES.
B $0.35 TO PENSION
C $0.40 TO HEALTH AND WELFARE
D $0.37 TO PENSION AND $0.50 TO WAGES AND/OR FRINGES
E $1.25 TO PENSION
F $0.40 TO HEALTH AND WELFARE
G $0.25 TO PENSION AND $0.05 TO OTHER PAYMENTS
H $0.05 TO OTHER PAYMENTS
  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
I 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.
  THE LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMAN MAY BE UTILIZED ONLY AS THE FIFTH WORKER ON THE JOB. ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPE/IRRIGATION ASSISTANT JOURNEYMEN
J
  MAY BE ADDED AS THE 10TH WORKER, 15TH WORKER, 20TH WORKER AND SO ON.
K $0.10 TO TRAINING AND $1.90 TO WAGES AND/OR EMPLOYER PAYMENTS.