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					Solicitation             Document No.            Document Title                       Page 1 of 28
Amendment               N2011100064/0006         NAMA 150274 Lincoln Mem. Pool




                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION C -- Descriptions and Specifications                                     2
      C.1     Amendment #0006                                                    2
SECTION H -- Special Contract Requirements                                       7
      H.1     Wage Rates                                                         7
SECTION I -- Contract Clauses                                                    25
      I.1     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-Reporting Requirements      25
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SECTION C -- DESCRIPTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS


C.1      AMENDMENT #0006


The purpose of this amendment is to make the following changes;

      1. Answer questions received as of July 8, 2010
      2. Incorporate revised wage determinations DC01 and DC04 both dated July 9, 2010
      3. Incorporate Contract Clause 52.204-11, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—
         Reporting Requirements dated July 2010 into the Solicitation

Questions and Answers as of July 8, 2010

1.       On Dwg. S001, note #12 under concrete, it states that there will be no horizontal construction
joints except where shown. This creates a problem between the slab and the grade beams in the pool.
Section 2/S501 shows the grade beam and pool being poured monolithically. This would mean the
grade beams would be dug and left open for quite some time until all the rebar for the slab is in place
and they are poured. Could the question be asked if the grade beams can be poured separately to the
bottom of the slab, RX water stop installed along the grade beam, if required, and the slab be poured
after? This would avoid leaving the grade beams opened for a prolonged period and minimize the grade
beam sides from collapsing from weather or the rodmen walking around them while installing the slab
steel.

ANSWER: The methods described in this question do not appear to conflict with any contract
requirements and are not necessarily unacceptable given the limited information presented. However,
the detailed means and methods of concrete placement by the firm awarded this contract shall be
described in that Contractor's overall Placement and Joint Layout submittal, as required in the contract
documents. This submittal will be subject to review and comment by the Engineer-of-Record and the
Government, any technical concerns of the Engineer or the Government at that time must be addressed
to the satisfaction of the Government, and the submittal must be approved by the Contracting Officer
prior to performing this work.

2.      The same would be true for the Drain Trough, as seen in sections 10/S501 and 12/S501. Instead
of trying to hang the trough sides to pour it all monolithically, pour the bottom first, install water stop, and
then install edge forms for the trough and pour the trough walls as turndowns with the main slab. This
would be quicker and easier to control the forming of the trough and not leave it opened for a longer
period of time.

ANSWER: Please refer to the response to Question #1 above.

3.        A last problem along the same lines is section 3/S513. The short walls along the north and south
sides and west end of the pool also are shown to be poured monolithically with the slab. This is very
difficult to control as a single sided form and extends the length of time the slab subgrade is opened to
the elements if this has to be poured all at once. Horizontal pour construction joints at the bottom of the
wall would greatly improve the constructability of the project.
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ANSWER: Please refer to the response to Question #1 above.

4.       On Sheet L901, detail 3, it refers to using 6" of Netlon ATS400 in the soil mix. It also references
this product in specification section 2.7A.We have not been able to find/contact the company specified to
be the supplier. When a search is done on the product, nylon mesh matting or grass paves are the
result. It seems from the description of the material that it should be an additive to the soil. Please clarify
the product and an alternate supplier. If the company information was incorrect in the specifications,
please issue the correct contact information.

ANSWER: The closest contact is Grid Technologies, Inc,. Admirals Gate Tower, Suite 507, 221 Third
Street, Newport, RI 02840. Mr. Arthur Erhardt (President) Tel:1-401-849-7920. The Netlon product (or
equivalent) is a polypropylene mesh that is mixed into the soil to prevent compaction.

5.     Fence specification calls for galvanized chain link fence for both tree protection and perimeter
fence while the drawings call for black vinyl coated chain link fence. Please verify which is correct.

ANSWER: Both perimeter fence and tree protection fence should match the details on Drawings C-211
and C-502: Black vinyl coated chain link fence. Specification Section 015000 Part 2.1.C and D are
hereby revised to match the drawings and to require black vinyl coated chain link fence.

6.      Regarding electrical grounding and bonding:
Specification section 260526 3.5.C indicates that the equipotential bonding conductor should be
attached to:
C. Install an equipotential bonding conductor(s) to bond the following items:
1. Conductive shell and structural reinforcing steel of the reflecting pool.
2. Perimeter surfaces about the pool.
3. Metallic components of the pool.
4. Metal fittings within or attached to the pool.
5. Electrical equipment associated with the pool, its water pumping and treatment systems.
What is the "conductive shell" of the pool? How will we bond the epoxy coated reinforcing, will every bar
be stripped of epoxy and bonded with individual cad welds? This would entail tens of thousands of cad
welds and seems unnecessary. Are "perimeter surfaces" the surrounding concrete pavements? These
have epoxy coated reinforcing as well and it will be impossible to bond the entire mat of reinforcing,
without cad welding each individual bar.

ANSWER: Refer to Drawing E201 (Rev 1 dated 6/22/10). A copper conductor grid is required extending
3 feet beyond the pool perimeter, which will provide the required equipotential bonding of the pool
structure in lieu of relying on or having to bond the epoxy coated rebar for this purpose.

7.      What is the mesh size (spacing of wires) of the #8 AWG Copper Mesh shown in detail E404?
Specification section 260526 does not indicate a mesh size. The mesh size will greatly influence the
price of the mesh.

ANSWER: See bonding notes on drawing E210, revised on 6/22/10. Grid shall be as per NEC
680.26(3)(1)(B).
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8.     Bid item 0002 entitled "Pool Structure - Excavation and Earthwork includes a compacted gravel
bed within the limits of the reflecting pool. Details of the reflecting pool slab on drawing S-501 does not
show a gravel layer. Is there a gravel layer required under the new 8" reflecting pool slab on grade? If
so, what is the thickness of the layer and describe the material.

ANSWER: Please refer to the responses to Questions #27 and #28 under Solicitation Amendment
#0005.

9.      Please confirm that the existing top of slab finish grades for the reflecting pool slab are the same
as the existing top of slab grades. If so, confirm that the material to be removed includes 4" of concrete
slab, 5-ply asphaltic Core Board and 4" subbase material, which is equivalent to the new slab thickness.
Additionally, if a compacted gravel bed is required (see question 1 above), will an equivalent amount of
material be required to be removed?

ANSWER: The new top of slab finish grades for the reflecting pool slab are not necessarily the same as
the existing top of slab grades. The new pool slab has different top of slab geometry than the existing
slab in certain locations, and bidders should refer to the contract drawings for further details. Material to
be removed does include the existing pool slab and the underlying asphaltic core board, which has been
determined to be Asbestos Containing Material as described in detail in the contract documents. The
amount of existing material below these layers which will need to be removed can be determined by the
bidders based upon the requirements of the new work depicted in the contract documents.

10.    Note 6 under "Concrete" on sheet S0001 states that "All concrete shall include a coloring
product, see specification for more information". If this statement is true, why are there 2 bid items for
concrete paving, (0008 and 0009) one for CIP Concrete Paving and one for CIP Grey Concrete Paving,
respectfully? Additionally, is the note implying that the reflecting pool concrete is grey? Please clarify
which concrete is to be colored.

ANSWER: The typical CIP concrete sidewalk does not require a coloring agent. The color of the
concrete as it comes from the local plant will be acceptable. The exposed aggregate sidewalks do
require a dark gray coloring agent to match the gray concrete. French Grey manufactured by L. M.
Scofield has been used to successfully achieve the color on past jobs. The gray concrete used for
vendor pads, corner pads, bench pads and trash receptacle/recycling pads requires the same dark gray
coloring agent to make it match the exposed aggregate concrete. The concrete for the reflecting pool
slab structure is intended to contain a grey coloring product.

11.    The notes on drawing S-301 to S306 (Bid Additive Option) indicate that the pile supported west
end plaza slab is a desired feature which has been changed to a bid additive option. If this is correct, the
contract line item number 4 (Pile Construction) quantity needs to be changed from 2172 each to 2133
each. Conversely, the quantity for line item 27 (Option C- Add Pile Construction Pile Supported) should
be changed from 320 each to 359 each.

ANSWER: Correct, the quantities should be changed as this question indicates based on the following
revised pile counts: The pool (CLIN 0004, Base Bid) has 2133 piles; the pile supported sidewalks (for
which the pile installation work will be paid under CLIN 0027, Bid Option C) have 320 piles; and the pile
supported west end plaza (for which the pile installation work will also be paid under CLIN 0027, Bid
Option C) has 39 piles.
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12.      The proposed ductbanks shown on drawing E201 are called out to be 24" steel conduit with
welded joints. But when you look at details 3, 4 and 5 on E401 the ductbanks are clearly not 24" welded
conduit but standard CIP ductbanks with encased PVC conduit varying in size and configuration. Please
clarify your intent as it relates to the under pool ductbanks.

ANSWER: Refer to E201, Revision 1 dated 6/22/10 as the Steel Conduit is 12" not 24". The Details
(3,4, 5) on Sheet E401 are unrelated to the Steel Conduit. These details are correct for the specific call
out indicated (note each leader points to a unique ductbank or conduit). There is no required detail for
the Steel Conduit, only the notes on Sheet E201 apply.

13.     The specifications state the retractable bollards need to be hydraulically operated; the drawings
do not show the location of the Hydraulic Pumping Unit (HPU), where will that be located in relation to
the bollards?

ANSWER: The specifications call for a weather resistant enclosure 5' x 3' x 5'. Drawing Sheet L708
shows the detail from the previous bollard installation at the Lincoln Memorial, which shows integral
pumping units at the bollards. This may eliminate the need for a separate unit, but the bidders are to
verify this information with their supplier of the retractable bollard system.

14.     How will the [retractable] bollards be controlled? I see the two Control Panels in the lower level of
the Lincoln Memorial, but is there a booth that will have the operating panels to make the bollards go up
and down?

ANSWER: The retractable bollards are controlled by the US Park Police from a remote location.

15.     Are we supposed to provide the Remote Master Panel located at 962 Ohio Drive [for the
retractable bollards]?

ANSWER: No. This panel is an existing panel. As indicated on Sheet E502 as revised under previous
Solicitation Amendments, the contractor is required to program this existing panel to accommodate the
new installation.

16.     Regarding Elm Walk Lighting Conduit and conduit in the vicinity of tree roots: Reference Drawing
No. E001 (Sheet 204A of 234) General Note 23: All underground conduit shall be RGC PVC Coated if
not concrete encased unless otherwise noted. Reference also Drawing No. E101 (Sheet 205A of 234)
General Note 8: Contractor shall use directional drilling/trenchless excavation for all Elm walk lighting
conduits and for any conduit installation in the vicinity of tree roots. Reference also Amendment 0002
Questions 40 and 41: indicate that the elm walk conduit should be directionally drilled PVC-coated Rigid
Galvanized steel conduit.
Please clarify that HDPE conduit is suitable for directional boring for all Elm Walk Lighting.
Conduit suppliers have indicated that the rigid conduit is inflexible and not suitable for installation by
directional drilling. It could be pilot bored, but the jacking pit required to make a straight horizontal bore
would be large and would damage tree roots. May the directionally drilled lighting conduit be HDPE or
PVC, rather than rigid galvanized PVC coated steel?

ANSWER: The requirement for directional drilling for all Elm Walk lighting conduits and for any conduit
installation in the vicinity of tree roots stands, and HDPE conduit is acceptable for use in lieu of the
specified conduit when directional drilling installation methods are being utilized.
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17.    Can some more space be allocated on site for the lay down of the granite coping stones? Lying
these stones on the ground spaced 1 foot apart will take over a half acre of space.

ANSWER: The Government agrees to allow for an increase in the size of the staging area as indicated
in the contract documents to allow for the stacking of the coping stones. The exact location and extents
of this additional area will be determined after contract award and will be approved by the Contracting
Officer. For bidding purposes, bidders shall assume that this area will be contiguous with the staging
area depicted in the contract documents and will be approximately 10,000 sf in size. This additional area
should allow for stacking of the approximately 740 coping stones three high with a little room in between
the stacks.

18.    On Sheet E101, missing wall fixture type?

ANSWER: The wall fixtures indicated on Sheet E101 are called-out in the Lighting Fixture Schedule on
Sheet E001.

19.    On Sheet E101, missing wire size for wall lighting?

ANSWER: Refer to Note 6 on Sheet E101 and Note 5 on Sheet E102 for wall lighting wire sizing.

20.    Sheet E101, this dwg reference[s] detail 2 on L702, but L702 doesn't have any pole footing.
Please clarify.

ANSWER: The details for the Elm Walk light pole footing are on Sheets E403 and S515.

21.    Sheet E102 (note 5) says "install RGC ½" C" but the wiring on the drawing calls for 1-1/2" RGC.
Please clarify.

ANSWER: The wording in Note 5 on Sheet E102 is incorrect and should state to install RGC 1-1/2" C
underground between the junction box on the wall and the "event" service. The callout on the revised
drawings indicating this conduit as 1-1/2" is correct. Similar correction for Sheet E101.

22.    Sheet E201 asks for 12#18 & 2#18 in 1"C but E502 calls for 2"C. Please clarify.

ANSWER: It is not clear exactly which conduit this question is referring to. The new conduit from the
existing junction box north of the plaza to the north set of retractable bollards is called out as 1" on Sheet
E201 and Sheet E502. Offerors shall ensure that they are referring to the most recent version of the
contract documents, and many revisions have been made through the solicitation amendments.

23.    Please provide the type of the manhole (MH) from drawing(E205).

ANSWER: As indicated on Sheet E205, Note 6, refer to the details on Sheet E701.
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SECTION H -- SPECIAL CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS


H.1   DSC-17     WAGE RATES                                              JANUARY 1999


General Decision Number: DC100001 07/09/2010         DC1

Superseded General Decision Number: DC20080001

State: District of Columbia

Construction Types: Heavy (Heavy and Sewer and Water Line) and Highway


County: District of Columbia Statewide.

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (Including Sewer and Water Lines); HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
PROJECTS

Modification Number         Publication Date
          0                  03/12/2010
          1                  03/19/2010
          2                  04/23/2010
          3                  05/07/2010
          4                  06/11/2010
          5                  07/09/2010

 ASBE0024-001 10/01/2009

                                      Rates                Fringes

Asbestos Worker/Heat and Frost Insulator
     Includes the application
     of all insulating
     materials, protective
     coverings, coatings and
     finishes to all types of
     mechanical systems..........$ 30.43            14.43
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 ASBE0024-002 10/01/2009

                                      Rates                Fringes

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL HANDLER
     Includes preparation,
     wetting, stripping,
     removal, scrapping,
     vacuuming, bagging and
     disposing of all
     insulation materials,
     whether they contain
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     asbestos or not, from
     mechanical systems..........$ 18.85             7.10
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 ASBE0024-005 10/01/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

Fire Stop Technician.............$ 24.10                     6.94

Includes the application of materials or devices within or around penetrations and
openings in all rated wall or floor assemblies, in order to prevent the passage of
fire, smoke of other gases. The application includes all components involved in
creating the rated barrier at perimeter slab edges and exterior cavities, the head of
gypsum board or concrete walls, joints between rated wall or floor components,
sealing of penetrating items and blank openings.
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 BOIL0193-001 10/01/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

Boilermakers:....................$ 37.66            16.36
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 BRDC0001-001 05/04/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

 Bricklayer......................$ 26.31             7.11
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 BRMD0001-004 04/28/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

BRICKLAYER
     Refractory (Firebrick)......$ 33.65             7.11
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 CARP0132-001 05/01/2010

                                     Rates               Fringes

Carpenter/Lather.................$ 26.38             7.00
Piledriver.......................$ 24.48             7.80
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 CARP1831-001 04/01/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

Carpenters:
     Millwrights.................$ 29.39             6.55
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 CARP2311-002 05/01/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

DIVER TENDER.....................$ 24.48                     7.80
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DIVER............................$ 36.13             7.80
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 ELEC0026-001 06/01/2010

                                     Rates                Fringes

Electricians.....................$ 39.02                   12.82+a

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday, Inauguration
Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day
after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day or days designated as legal holidays by the
Federal Government.
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 ELEC0026-008 07/01/2003

                                     Rates                Fringes

Motor Repairmen
     Removal and reinstallation
     of electrical motors........$ 23.69                 7.73+3%+a

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday, Inauguration
Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July,Labor Day, Veterans Day,Thanksgiving Day, the day
after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day or days designated as legal holidays by the
Federal Government.
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 ELEC0070-001 05/04/2009

                                     Rates                Fringes

Line Construction:
     Cable Splicers..............$ 30.06      18.75%+4.75
     Equipment Mechanic..........$ 21.82      19.75%+4.81
     Equipment Operators.........$ 30.06      18.75%+4.75
     Groundman/Truck Driver......$ 15.34      19.75%+4.81
     Line Truck with Auger.......$ 20.09      19.75%+4.81
     Linemen.....................$ 30.06      18.75%+4.75
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 ENGI0077-001 05/01/2010

                                     Rates                Fringes

Power equipment operators:   (HEAVY AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION)
     GROUP 1.....................$ 32.09         7.87+a+b
     GROUP 2.....................$ 31.09         7.87+a+b
     GROUP 3.....................$ 30.63           7.87+a
     GROUP 4.....................$ 29.92           7.87+a
     GROUP 5.....................$ 27.89           7.87+a
     GROUP 6.....................$ 23.35           7.87+a
     GROUP 7.....................$ 32.46           7.87+a

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

GROUP 1: Tower Cranes and Cranes 100 ton and over.
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GROUP 2: 35 ton cranes & above, tower & climbing cranes, derricks, concrete boom
pump, drill rigs (equivalent to L & Double L), mole.

GROUP 3: Backhoes, cableways, cranes, cherry pickers, elevating graders, hoists,
paving mixers, power shovels, tunnel shovels. batch plants, shields, tunnel mining
machines, gradalls, front end loaders, 3 1/2 cu. yds. and above, power driven wheel
scoops and scrapers (50 cu. yds. struck capacity or above), rail tamper, draglines,
boomcat, mucking machines, graders in tunnels, pile driving engines.

GROUP 4: Front end loaders below 3 1/2 cu. yds, boom trucks, hydraulic backhoes 1/2
yds. capacity or below rubber or track mounted, tug boats, power driven wheel scoops
& scrapers, blade graders, motor graders, bulldozers, trenching machines, concrete
mixer, speed swing pettibone, ballast regulator, concrete pump, mechanic, welder,
mechanic welder, shotcrete machines, Hoeram, locomotive (standard, narrow gauge),
tuggers.

GROUP 5: High lifts above 10 feet, boilers (skelton), asphalt spreaders, bullfloat
finishing machines, concrete finishing machines, concrete spreaders, fine graders,
air compressors, welding machines, pumps, generators, well points, deep wells,
hydraulic pumps, elevators, freeze units, tunnel motorman or dinky operator, roller,
conveyors, well drilling machines, grout pump, fireman.

GROUP 6: Fork lifts, ditch witch, bobcat 1/3 cu. yd. and below, space heaters,
sweepers, assistant engineers, oilers.

GROUP 7: Master mechanic.

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, Inaugural Day, Decoration Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday
after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
b. PREMIUM PAY: Tower crane and cranes 100-ton and over to receive $1.00 per hour
premium over Group One.
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 ENGI0077-002 06/01/2010

                                     Rates               Fringes

Power equipment operators:
(PAVING AND INCIDENTAL GRADING)
     GROUP 1.....................$   25.29                  6.30
     GROUP 2.....................$   22.40                  6.30
     GROUP 3.....................$   19.24                  6.30
     GROUP 4.....................$   17.40                  6.30
     GROUP 5.....................$   25.88                  6.10

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

GROUP 1: Gradall operator, Crane.
GROUP 2: Boom Truck, Milling Machine, Excavator, Rubber Tire Backhoe, Asphalt Paver,
Asphalt Plant Engineer, Motor Grader, Track Loader, Rubber Tire Loader, Track Dozer,
Concrete Paver.
GROUP 3: Broom Truck, Asphalt Roller.
GROUP 4: Air Compressor, Grade Rollers.
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GROUP 5: Mechanic.
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 ENGI0077-003 07/01/2009

                                       Rates               Fringes

Power equipment operators:   (SEWER, GAS AND WATER LINE CONSTRUCTION)
     GROUP 1.....................$ 22.48           6.12+a
     GROUP 2.....................$ 22.08           6.12+a
     GROUP 3.....................$ 21.57           6.12+a
     GROUP 4.....................$ 21.25           6.12+a
     GROUP 5.....................$ 20.43           6.12+a

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

GROUP   1:   Excavators, Cranes, Gradalls.

GROUP 2: Backhoes, Front-end Loaders, Forklift/Lull, Bulldozers, Motor Graders.
Qualified Mechanics, Hydraulic Tamper and Hoe Pack, Paving Mixers, Pile Driving
Engines, Batch Plant, Concrete Pumps, Low-Boy Driver, Lube Truck.

GROUP 3: Trenching Machine, Well Drilling Machines, Concrete Mixers, Motor Graders,
Truck Driver.

GROUP 4. Roller, Air Compressors, Pumps, Welding Machines, Well Points, Firemen.

GROUP   5: Oiler

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Inaugural Day, Washington's Birthday, Decoration
Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and
Martin Luther King's Birthday.
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 IRON0005-001 06/01/2009

                                       Rates               Fringes

Ironworkers:
     Structural, Ornamental and
     Chain Link Fence............$ 28.83           13.295
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 IRON0201-001 05/01/2009

                                       Rates               Fringes

Ironworkers:
     Reinforcing.................$ 25.20            14.33
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 LABO0657-003 06/01/2009

                                       Rates               Fringes

Laborers: (HEAVY AND HIGHWAY AND SEWER & WATER LINES CONSTRUCTION)
     GROUP 1.....................$ 21.11             5.25
     GROUP 2.....................$ 21.43             5.25
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     GROUP   3.....................$   21.60                  5.25
     GROUP   4.....................$   21.77                  5.25
     GROUP   5.....................$   22.22                  5.25
     GROUP   6.....................$   22.78                  5.25
     GROUP   7.....................$   23.33                  5.25
     GROUP   8.....................$   24.06                  5.25
  LABORERS    CLASSIFICATIONS:

GROUP 1: Carloaders, choker setter, concrete crewman, crushed feeder, demolition
laborers, including salvaging all material, loading, cleaning up, wrecking, dumpmen,
flagmen, fence erector and installer (other than chain link), including
installation and erection of fence, guard rails, medial rails, reference posts, guide
posts and right-of-way markers, form strippers, general laborers, railroad track
laborers, riprap man, scale man, stake jumper, structure mover, includes foundation,
separation, preparation, cribbing, shoring, jacking and unloading of structures,
water nozzleman, timber bucker and faller, truck loader, water boys, tool room men.

GROUP 2: Combined air and water nozzleman, cement handler, dope pot fireman
(nonmechanical), form cleaning machine, mechanical railroad equipment (includes
spiker, puller, tile cleaner, tamper, pipe wrapper, power driven wheelbarrows,
operators of hand derricks, towmasters, scootcretes, buggymobiles and similar
equipment), tamper or rammer operator, trestle scaffold builders over one tier high,
power tool operator (gas, electric or pneumatic), sandblast or gunnite tailhose man,
scaffold erector, (steel or wood), vibrator operator (up to 4 feet), asphalt cutter,
mortar men, shorer and lagger, creosote material handler, corrosive enamel or equl,
paver breaker and jackhammer operators.

GROUP 3: Multi-section pipe layer, non-metallic clay and concrete pipe layer
(including caulker, collarman, jointer, rigger and jacker, thermal welder and
corrugated metal culvert pipe layer.

GROUP 4: Asphalt block pneumatic cutter, asphalt roller, walker, chainsaw operator
with attachment, concrete saw   (walking), high scalers, jackhammer operator (using
over feet of steel), vibrator operator (4 feet and over), well point installer, air
trac operator.

GROUP 5: Asphalt screeder, big drills, cut of the hole drills (1 1/2 " piston or
larger), down the hole drills (3 1/2" piston or larger) gunnite or sandblaster
nozzleman, asphalt raker, asphalt tamper, form setter, demolition torch operator,
shotcrete nozzlemen and potman.

GROUP 6: Powderman, master form setters.

GROUP 7: Brick paver (asphalt block paver, asphalt block sawman, asphalt block
grinder, hastings block or similar type)

GROUP 8: Licensed powdermen.
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 LABO0657-004 06/01/2009

                                       Rates               Fringes

Laborers: (HAZARDOUS WASTE REMOVAL, EXCEPT ON MECHANICAL SYSTEMS:
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Preparation for, removing and encapsulation of hazardous materials from non-
mechanical systems)
     Skilled Asbestos Abatement
     Laborers....................$ 17.45             5.25
     Skilled Toxic and
     Hazardous Waste Removal
     Laborers....................$ 20.46             5.25
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 LABO0657-005 06/01/2009

                                     Rates               Fringes

Laborers: (TUNNEL, RAISE & SHAFT (FREE AIR) FOR HEAVY AND SEWER & WATER LINES
CONSTRUCTION)
     GROUP 1.....................$ 21.84             5.25
     GROUP 2.....................$ 22.50             5.25
     GROUP 3.....................$ 24.18             5.25
     GROUP 4.....................$ 24.89             5.25
  LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS:

  GROUP 1: Brakeman, Bull Gang, Dumper, Trackmen, Concrete Man.

GROUP 2: Chuck Tender, Powdermen in Prime House, Form Setters and Movers, Nippers,
Cableman, Houseman, Groutman, Bell or Signalman, Top or Bottom Vibrator Operator.

GROUP 3: Miners, Re-Bar Underground, Concrete or Gunnite Nozzlemen, Powdermen,
Timbermen and Re-Timbermen, Wood Steel Including Liner plate or Other Support,
Material Motorman, Caulkers, Diamond Drill Operators, Riggers, Cement Finishers-
Underground, Welders and Burners, Shield Driver, Air Trac Operator, Shotcrete
Nozzlemen and Potman.

GROUP 4: Mucking Machine Operator (Air).
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Laborers: (TUNNEL, RAISE AND SHAFT (COMPRESSED AIR) FOR HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ONLY
  Gauge Pressure Work Period
  (Pounds)        (Hours)
     1-14            7...........$ 27.66             5.25
     14-18          6............$ 32.55             5.25

FOOTNOTE: On any requirement for air pressure in excess of 18 PSI, work periods and
rates should be negotiated at a pre-bid conference.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Laborers: (PAVING AND INCIDENTAL GRADING)
     Asphalt Raker & Concrete
     Saw Operator................$ 17.14                    4.30
     Asphalt Shoveler............$ 16.59                    4.30
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     Asphalt Tammer & Concrete
     Shoveler....................$ 16.84             4.30
     Jack Hammer.................$ 17.03             4.30
     Laborer.....................$ 16.48             4.30
     Sand Setter & Form Setter...$ 17.76             4.30
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                                     Rates               Fringes

LABORERS (BRICK MASONRY WORK)
     Mason Tenders...............$ 15.06             5.25
     Scaffold Builders,
     Mortarmen...................$ 15.90             5.25
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Marble & Stone Mason
     Includes Pointing,
     Caulking and Cleaning of
     All Types of Masonry,
     Brick, Stone and Cement
     Structures..................$ 32.63            12.99
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Mosaic & Terrazzo Worker,
Tile Layer
     Marble Mason and Tile Layer.$ 25.29             9.09
     Terrazzo Worker.............$ 26.04             9.09
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Marble, Tile & Terrazzo
Finisher.........................$ 20.48             8.19
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Painters:
     All Industrial Work.........$ 26.68                    7.86
     Bridges, Heavy Highway,
     Lead Abatement and
     Flame/Thermal Spray.........$ 30.32                    7.86
     Commercial and Mold
     Remediation, Painters,
     Wallcovers and Drywall
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     Finishers...................$ 24.64             7.86
     Metal Polishing and
     Refinishing.................$ 25.64             7.86
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Cement Masons:
     HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ONLY.....$ 27.15             6.47
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Cement Masons: (PAVING &
INCIDENTAL GRADING)
     Cement Masons...............$ 17.35             4.35
     Concrete Saw Operators......$ 17.35             4.35
     Form Setters................$ 17.35             4.35
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Plumbers.........................$ 37.67                 14.69+a

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: Labor Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after
Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, Memorial
Day and the Fourth of July.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Steamfitter, Refrigeration &
Air Conditioning Mechanic........$ 36.87                 15.47+a

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after
Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Sheet Metal Worker...............$ 35.59            13.01
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Truck drivers: (HEAVY & HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION)
     Tractor trailer, Low Boy....$ 20.50                  2.00+a
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     Truck Drivers...............$ 18.50                  2.00+a

  a. VACATION: Employees will receive one (1) week's paid vacation after one (1) year
of service.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

Truck drivers: (PAVING & INCIDENTAL GRADING)
     All paving projects where
     the grading is incidental
     to the paving...............$ 18.00             4.00
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WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is
incidental.
================================================================

Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within the scope of the
classifications listed may be added after award only as provided in the labor
standards contract clauses (29CFR 5.5 (a) (1) (ii)).
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In the listing above, the "SU" designation means that rates listed under the
identifier do not reflect collectively bargained wage and fringe benefit rates.
Other designations indicate unions whose rates have been determined to be
prevailing.
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                   WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS

1.) Has there been an initial decision in the matter? This can be:

* an existing published wage determination
* a survey underlying a wage determination
* a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on a wage determination
matter
* a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling

On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests for summaries of
surveys, should be with the Wage and Hour Regional Office for the area in which the
survey was conducted because those Regional Offices have responsibility for the
Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial contact is not
satisfactory, then the process described in 2.) and 3.) should be followed.

With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal process described here,
initial contact should be with the Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write
to:

      Branch of Construction Wage Determinations
      Wage and Hour Division
      U.S. Department of Labor
      200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
      Washington, DC 20210
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2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an interested party (those
affected by the action) can request review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour
Administrator (See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7). Write to:

      Wage and Hour Administrator
      U.S. Department of Labor
      200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
      Washington, DC 20210

The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the interested party's
position and by any information (wage payment data, project description, area
practice material, etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the issue.

3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an interested party may
appeal directly to the Administrative Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board).
Write to:

      Administrative Review Board
      U.S. Department of Labor
      200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
      Washington, DC 20210

4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final.
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          END OF GENERAL DECISION




BUILDING RATE

General Decision Number: DC100004 07/09/2010         DC4

Superseded General Decision Number: DC20080004

State: District of Columbia

Construction Type: Building

County: District of Columbia Statewide.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include single family homes or apartments up
to and including 4 stories).

Modification Number         Publication Date
          0                  03/12/2010
          1                  03/19/2010
          2                  06/11/2010
          3                  07/09/2010

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                                     Rates               Fringes

ASBESTOS WORKER/HEAT & FROST
INSULATOR........................$ 30.43                   14.43

Includes the application of all insulating materials, protective coverings, coatings
and finishes to all types of mechanical systems
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                                     Rates               Fringes

ASBESTOS WORKER: HAZARDOUS MATERIAL HANDLER (REMOVAL FROM MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, WHICH
WILL NOT BE REPLACED OR
SCRAPPED)........................$ 18.85             7.10
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                                     Rates               Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 26.31             7.11
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                                     Rates               Fringes

CARPENTER, Including Drywall
Hanging, Formsetting and
Carpet/Soft Floor Laying.........$ 26.38             7.00
PILEDRIVERMAN....................$ 24.48             7.80
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                                     Rates               Fringes

MILLWRIGHT.......................$ 29.39             6.55
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                                     Rates               Fringes

ELECTRICIAN, Including HVAC
Temperature Control
Installation.....................$ 39.02                 12.82+a

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday, Inauguration
Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day
after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day or days designated as legal holidays by the
Federal Government.
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                                     Rates               Fringes
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ELECTRICIAN: COMMUNICATION
TECHNICIAN.......................$ 24.25                  3%+6.87

SCOPE OF WORK: Includes low voltage construction, installation, maintenance and
removal of teledata facilities (voice, data and video) including outside plant,
telephone and data inside wire, interconnect, terminal equipment, central offices,
PABX, fiber optic cable and equipment, railroad communications, micro waves, VSAT,
bypass, CATV, WAN (Wide area networks), LAN (Local area networks) and ISDN
(Integrated systems digital network).

WORK EXCLUDED: The installation of computer systems in industrial applications such
as assembly lines, robotics and computer controller manufacturing systems. The
installation of conduit and/or raceways shall be installed by Inside Wiremen. On
sites where there is no Inside Wireman employed, the Teledata Technician may install
raceway or conduit not greater than 10 feet. Fire alarm work is excluded on all new
construction sites or wherever the fire alarm system is installed in conduit. All
HVAC control work.
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                                      Rates               Fringes

ELEVATOR MECHANIC................$ 37.30              20.035+a+b

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and the Friday after Thanksgiving.
b. VACATIONS: Employer contributes 8% of basic hourly rate for 5 years or more of
service; 6% of basic hourly rate for 6 months to 5 years of service as vacation pay
credit.
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                                      Rates               Fringes

IRONWORKER, ORNAMENTAL AND
STRUCTURAL.......................$ 28.83           13.295
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                                      Rates               Fringes

IRONWORKER, REINFORCING..........$ 25.20            14.33
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                                      Rates               Fringes

LABORER:   Skilled................$ 20.22                    5.25

FOOTNOTE: Potmen, power tool operator, small machine operator, signalmen, laser beam
operator, waterproofer,   open caisson, test pit, underpinnig, pier hole and ditches,
laggers and all work associated with lagging that is not   expressly stated,
strippers, operator of hand derricks, vibrator operators, pipe layers, or tile
layers, operators of ackhammers, paving breakers, spaders or any machine that does
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the same general type of work, carpenter tenders,   scaffold builders, operators of
towmasters, scootcretes , buggymobiles and other machines of similar character,
operators of tampers and rammers and other machines that do the same general type of
work, whether powered by air, electric or gasoline, builders of trestle scaffolds
over one tier high and sand blasters, power and chain saw   operators used in
clearing, installers of well points, wagon drill operators, acetylene burners and
licensed powdermen, stake jumper, structural demolition.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

MARBLE/STONE MASON...............$ 32.63                   12.99

INCLUDING pointing, caulking and cleaning of All types of masonry, brick, stone and
cement EXCEPT pointing, caulking, cleaning of existing masonry, brick, stone and
cement (restoration work)
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                                     Rates               Fringes

TERRAZZO WORKER/SETTER...........$ 26.04             9.09
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                                     Rates               Fringes

TERRAZZO FINISHER................$ 20.48             8.19
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                                     Rates               Fringes

TILE SETTER......................$ 25.29             9.09
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                                     Rates               Fringes

TILE FINISHER....................$ 20.48             8.19
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                                     Rates               Fringes

GLAZIER
     Glazing Contracts $2
     million and under...........$ 25.12             7.76
     Glazing Contracts over $2
     million.....................$ 27.84             7.76
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                                     Rates               Fringes

PAINTER
     Brush, Roller, Spray and
     Drywall Finisher............$ 24.64             7.86
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                                     Rates               Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 27.00             5.82
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                                     Rates               Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 27.15             6.47
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                                     Rates               Fringes

FIREPROOFER
     Handler.....................$ 11.50                    3.93
     Mixer/Pump..................$ 14.00                    3.93
     Sprayer.....................$ 19.00                    3.93

Spraying of all Fireproofing materials. Hand application of Fireproofing materials.
This includes wet or dry, hard or   soft. Intumescent fireproofing and refraction
work, including, but not limited to, all steel beams, columns, metal decks, vessels,
floors, roofs, where ever fireproofing is required. Plus any installation of thermal
and acoustical insulation. All that encompasses setting up for Fireproofing, and
taken down. Removal of fireproofing materials and protection. Mixing of all materials
either by hand or machine following manufactures standards.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

PLUMBER
     Apartment Buildings over 4
     stories (except hotels).....$ 22.66                  9.36+a
     ALL Other Work..............$ 37.67                 14.69+a

a. PAID HOLIDAYS: Labor Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after
Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, Memorial
Day and the Fourth of July.
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                                     Rates               Fringes

PIPEFITTER, Including HVAC
Pipe Installation................$ 36.87                  15.47+a
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a. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after
Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
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                                      Rates               Fringes

ROOFER...........................$ 25.80             8.26
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                                      Rates               Fringes

SPRINKLER FITTER (Fire
Sprinklers)......................$ 30.45            16.35
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                                      Rates               Fringes

SHEET METAL WORKER (Including
HVAC Duct Installation)..........$ 35.59            13.01
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                                      Rates               Fringes

LABORER:   Common or General......$ 13.04                    2.80

LABORER: Mason Tender -
Cement/Concrete..................$ 15.40                     2.85

LABORER: Mason Tender for pointing, caulking, cleaning of existing masonry, brick,
stone and cement structures (restoration work); excludes pointing, caulking and
cleaning of new or replacement masonry, brick,
stone and cement.................$ 11.67

POINTER, CAULKER, CLEANER:
Includes pointing, caulking, cleaning of existing masonry, brick, stone and cement
structures (restoration work); excludes pointing, caulking, cleaning of new or
replacement masonry, brick, stone or
cement...........................$ 18.88
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WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is
incidental.
========================================================
Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within the scope of the
classifications listed may be added after award only as provided in the labor
standards contract clauses (29 CFR 5.5(a)(1)(ii)).
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In the listing above, the "SU" designation means that rates listed under the
identifier do not reflect collectively bargained wage and fringe benefit rates.
Other designations indicate unions whose rates have been determined
to be prevailing.
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                   WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS

1.) Has there been an initial decision in the matter? This can be:

* an existing published wage determination
* a survey underlying a wage determination
* a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on a wage determination
matter
* a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling

On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests for summaries of
surveys, should be with the Wage and Hour Regional Office for the area in which the
survey was conducted because those Regional Offices have responsibility for the
Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial contact is not
satisfactory, then the process described in 2.) and 3.) should be followed.

With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal process described here,
initial contact should be with the Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write
to:

      Branch of Construction Wage Determinations
      Wage and Hour Division
      U.S. Department of Labor
      200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
      Washington, DC 20210

2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an interested party (those
affected by the action) can request review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour
Administrator (See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7).
Write to:

      Wage and Hour Administrator
      U.S. Department of Labor
      200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
      Washington, DC 20210

The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the interested party's
position and by any information (wage payment data, project description, area
practice material, etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the issue.

3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an interested party may
appeal directly to the Administrative Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board).
Write to:

      Administrative Review Board
      U.S. Department of Labor
      200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
      Washington, DC 20210
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4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final.

                   END OF GENERAL DECISION
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SECTION I -- CONTRACT CLAUSES

I.1     52.204-11      AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT-                                JULY 2010
                       REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

52.204-11 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—Reporting Requirements.
As prescribed in 4.1502, insert the following clause:

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—Reporting Requirements (Jul 2010)

(a) Definitions. For definitions related to this clause (e.g., contract, first-tier subcontract, total
compensation etc.) see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) available at
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/recovery_faqs_contractors. These FAQs are also linked under
http://www.FederalReporting.gov.

(b) This contract requires the contractor to provide products and/or services that are funded under the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act). Section 1512(c) of the Recovery Act
requires each contractor to report on its use of Recovery Act funds under this contract. These reports will
be made available to the public.

(c) Reports from the Contractor for all work funded, in whole or in part, by the Recovery Act, are due no
later than the 10th day following the end of each calendar quarter. The Contractor shall review the
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Federal Contractors before each reporting cycle and prior to
submitting each quarterly report as the FAQs may be updated from time-to-time. The first report is due no
later than the 10th day after the end of the calendar quarter in which the Contractor received the award.
Thereafter, reports shall be submitted no later than the 10th day after the end of each calendar quarter. For
information on when the Contractor shall submit its final report, see
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/recovery_faqs_contractors.

(d) The Contractor shall report the following information, using the online reporting tool available at
www.FederalReporting.gov.

(1) The Government contract and order number, as applicable.

(2) The amount of Recovery Act funds invoiced by the contractor for the reporting period. A cumulative
amount from all the reports submitted for this action will be maintained by the government’s on-line
reporting tool.

(3) A list of all significant services performed or supplies delivered, including construction, for which the
contractor invoiced in this calendar quarter.

(4) Program or project title, if any.
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(5) A description of the overall purpose and expected outcomes or results of the contract, including
significant deliverables and, if appropriate, associated units of measure.

(6) An assessment of the contractor’s progress towards the completion of the overall purpose and
expected outcomes or results of the contract (i.e., not started, less than 50 percent completed, completed
50 percent or more, or fully completed). This covers the contract (or portion thereof) funded by the
Recovery Act.

(7) A narrative description of the employment impact of work funded by the Recovery Act. This narrative
should be cumulative for each calendar quarter and address the impact on the Contractor’s and first-tier
subcontractors’ workforce for all first-tier subcontracts valued at $25,000 or more. At a minimum, the
Contractor shall provide—

(i) A brief description of the types of jobs created and jobs retained in the United States and outlying
areas (see definition in FAR 2.101). This description may rely on job titles, broader labor categories, or
the Contractor’s existing practice for describing jobs as long as the terms used are widely understood and
describe the general nature of the work; and

(ii) An estimate of the number of jobs created and jobs retained by the prime Contractor and all first-tier
subcontracts valued at $25,000 or more, in the United States and outlying areas. A job cannot be reported
as both created and retained. See an example of how to calculate the number of jobs at
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/recovery_faqs_contractors.

(8) Names and total compensation of each of the five most highly compensated officers of the Contractor
for the calendar year in which the contract is awarded if—

(i) In the Contractor’s preceding fiscal year, the Contractor received—

(A) 80 percent or more of its annual gross revenues from Federal contracts (and subcontracts), loans,
grants (and subgrants) and cooperative agreements; and

(B) $25,000,000 or more in annual gross revenues from Federal contracts (and subcontracts), loans,
grants (and subgrants) and cooperative agreements; and

(ii) The public does not have access to information about the compensation of the senior executives
through periodic reports filed under section 13(a) or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15
U.S.C. 78m(a), 78o(d)) or section 6104 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

(9) For subcontracts valued at less than $25,000 or any subcontracts awarded to an individual, or
subcontracts awarded to a subcontractor that in the previous tax year had gross income under $300,000,
the Contractor shall only report the aggregate number of such first tier subcontracts awarded in the
quarter and their aggregate total dollar amount.

(10) For any first-tier subcontract funded in whole or in part under the Recovery Act, that is valued at
$25,000 or more and not subject to reporting under paragraph 9, the Contractor shall require the
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subcontractor to provide the information described in paragraphs (d)(1)(i), (ix), (x), (xi), and (xii) of this
section to the Contractor for the purposes of the quarterly report. The Contractor shall advise the
subcontractor that the information will be made available to the public as required by section 1512 of the
Recovery Act. The Contractor shall provide detailed information on these first-tier subcontracts as
follows:

(i) Unique identifier (DUNS Number) for the subcontractor receiving the award and for the
subcontractor’s parent company, if the subcontractor has a parent company.

(ii) Name of the subcontractor.

(iii) Amount of the subcontract award.

(iv) Date of the subcontract award.

(v) The applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code.

(vi) Funding agency.

(vii) A description of the products or services (including construction) being provided under the
subcontract, including the overall purpose and expected outcomes or results of the subcontract.

(viii) Subcontract number (the contract number assigned by the prime contractor).

(ix) Subcontractor’s physical address including street address, city, state, and country. Also include the
nine-digit zip code and congressional district if applicable.

(x) Subcontract primary performance location including street address, city, state, and country. Also
include the nine-digit zip code and congressional district if applicable.

(xi) Names and total compensation of each of the subcontractor’s five most highly compensated officers,
for the calendar year in which the subcontract is awarded if—

(A) In the subcontractor’s preceding fiscal year, the subcontractor received—

(1) 80 percent or more of its annual gross revenues in Federal contracts (and subcontracts), loans, grants
(and subgrants), and cooperative agreements; and

(2) $25,000,000 or more in annual gross revenues from Federal contracts (and subcontracts), loans, grants
(and subgrants), and cooperative agreements; and

(B) The public does not have access to information about the compensation of the senior executives
through periodic reports filed under section 13(a) or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15
U.S.C. 78m(a), 78o(d)) or section 6104 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
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(xii) A narrative description of the employment impact of work funded by the Recovery Act. This
narrative should be cumulative for each calendar quarter and address the impact on the subcontractor’s
workforce. At a minimum, the subcontractor shall provide—

(A) A brief description of the types of jobs created and jobs retained in the United States and outlying
areas (see definition in FAR 2.101). This description may rely on job titles, broader labor categories, or
the subcontractor’s existing practice for describing jobs as long as the terms used are widely understood
and describe the general nature of the work; and

(B) An estimate of the number of jobs created and jobs retained by the subcontractor in the United States
and outlying areas. A job cannot be reported as both created and retained. See an example of how to
calculate the number of jobs at http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/recovery_faqs_contractors.

(End of clause)

				
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