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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
5213
 
Phraseology:

CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION — N.O.C.

Footnote:

This classification applies to concrete construction operations that are not more specifically described by another construction or erection classification. This classification includes the pouring or finishing of concrete foundations, retaining walls, basement walls, footings and floors at or above ground level when performed in connection with the construction of poured in place concrete buildings, masonry commercial buildings exceeding two stories in height, multi-story structural steel buildings and residential buildings exceeding three stories in height.

This classification applies to the erection and placement of precast concrete wall panels and includes the pouring and finishing of floors above the ground floor when performed in connection with the construction of tilt-up buildings. The pouring or finishing of precast concrete wall panels, floor slabs or roof slabs at ground level, and the pouring or finishing of concrete ground floors of buildings for which precast concrete wall panels, floor slabs or roof slabs become an integral part shall be classified as 5214, Concrete or Cement Work.

This classification also applies to the pouring or finishing of concrete bases for communication towers, concrete median barriers, sound walls, and concrete piers, docks and wharves.

This classification also applies to raising or leveling concrete foundations, slabs, driveways, porches and patios by injecting cement below the surface (mud jacking).

This classification includes the incidental setting up and taking down of falsework or concrete distributing apparatus by the employer engaged in concrete construction. This classification also includes the installation and removal of forms at the job site whether performed by the employer engaged in concrete construction or by a separate concern.

Excavation, reinforcing steel installation, pile driving and all work in connection with sewers, tunnels, subways, bridges, streets, roads, caissons or cofferdams shall be separately classified.

The pouring or finishing of concrete floor slabs and concrete slab-type foundations in connection with residential buildings not exceeding three stories in height, one or two story wood framed or masonry commercial buildings, and single story structural steel commercial buildings shall be separately classified as 5201(2)/5205(2), Concrete or Cement Work.

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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$7.29New/Renewal
7/1/2017$7.20New/Renewal
1/1/2017$7.81New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION — N.O.C. — including foundations, or the making, setting up or taking down of forms, scaffolds, falsework or concrete distributing apparatus

At a particular job or location, Classification 5213 shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 5222(1), Concrete Construction — bridges or culverts, 5040(2), Bridge Building — metal, 6003(3), Bridge or Trestle Construction — wood, or 5506 or 5507, Street or Road Construction.

Excavation, reinforcing steel installation, pile driving and all work in connection with sewers, tunnels, subways, caissons or cofferdams shall be separately classified.

This classification includes the pouring of concrete floor slabs, foundations, retaining walls, basement walls and/or footings in connection with poured in place concrete, masonry and structural steel buildings, and the subsequent pouring of on-grade concrete slabs and any concrete floors and decks above ground level.

The pouring or finishing of concrete floor slabs and concrete slab-type foundations for other than concrete buildings or structural steel buildings of multi-story construction, and the pouring or finishing of concrete foundations for private residences for occupancy by one or two families or other wood frame family dwellings not exceeding three stories in height shall be separately classified as 5201(2)/5205(2), Concrete or Cement Work.

1/1/2016
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