CABINET OR FIXTURES — portable; interior trim — installation — N.O.C.
At a particular job or location, Classification 5146(1) shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 5403/5432, Carpentry, or 5632/5633, Steel Framing.
This classification applies to the following operations when the employer does not also perform construction framing at the job or location: installation of cabinets, fixtures, paneling, shutters, laminate wood or plastic countertops, sliding wardrobe doors, accordion doors, bathtub enclosures, interior trim, builders finish, display racks, exhibit booths, restaurant and store fixtures, theatrical scenery and modular office partitions; and to the assembly from prefabricated kits of wooden residential greenhouses and similar wooden backyard structures, including but not limited to, gazebos, play structures and hot tub enclosures.
The installation of doors, door frames and sash, and pre-glazed windows shall be classified as 5107, Door, Door Frame or Pre-Glazed Window Installation, provided no framing is performed by the employer at the same job or location.
If the employer is engaged in wood or steel framing, any work described above that is performed at such job or location shall be classified as 5403/5432, Carpentry, or 5632/5633, Steel Framing.
The installation of hardwood floors, including baseboard molding in connection therewith, shall be classified as 5436, Hardwood Floor Laying.
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At a particular job or location, Classification 5146(1) shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 5403, Carpentry, or 5432, Carpentry.
The installation of doors, door frames and sash shall be assigned to Classification 5107, Door, Door Frame or Pre-Glazed Window Installation — no overhead doors.
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