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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
5201(2)
 
Phraseology:

CONCRETE OR CEMENT WORK — pouring or finishing of concrete floor slabs, poured in place and on the ground, and concrete slab-type foundations, for other than concrete buildings or structural steel buildings of multi-story construction — including the making or stripping of forms — employees whose regular hourly wage does not equal or exceed $25.00 per hour

Footnote:

This classification applies to the pouring or finishing of concrete foundations, footings and slabs for residential buildings not exceeding three stories in height. This classification also applies to the pouring or finishing of concrete slab foundations, with or without integrated footings, for one or two story wood framed or masonry commercial buildings and single story structural steel commercial buildings. This classification includes the incidental installation of reinforcing steel by the employer engaged in the pouring or finishing of concrete flatwork.

This classification also applies to the installation and removal of forms at the job site whether performed by the employer engaged in the pouring or finishing of concrete or by a separate employer.

This classification also applies to the pouring or finishing of lightweight cellular concrete floors within buildings.

The pouring or finishing of concrete floor slabs, foundations, retaining walls, basement walls and/or footings in connection with the construction of poured in place concrete buildings, residential buildings exceeding three stories in height, masonry commercial buildings exceeding two stories in height, and multi-story structural steel buildings, shall be separately classified as 5213, Concrete Construction — N.O.C.

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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$9.72New/Renewal
7/1/2017$10.15New/Renewal
1/1/2017$11.00New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:
CONCRETE OR CEMENT WORK — pouring or finishing of concrete floor slabs, poured in place and on the ground, and concrete slab-type foundations, for other than concrete buildings or structural steel buildings of multi-story construction — including the making or stripping of forms — employees whose regular hourly wage does not equal or exceed $24.00 per hour

Footnote:
This classification applies to the pouring or finishing of concrete foundations, footings and slabs for residential buildings not exceeding three stories in height. This classification also applies to the pouring or finishing of concrete slab foundations, with or without integrated footings, for one or two story wood framed or masonry commercial buildings and single story structural steel commercial buildings. This classification includes the incidental installation of reinforcing steel by the employer engaged in the pouring or finishing of concrete flatwork.

This classification also applies to the installation and removal of forms at the job site whether performed by the employer engaged in the pouring or finishing of concrete or by a separate employer.

This classification also applies to the pouring or finishing of lightweight cellular concrete floors within buildings.

The pouring or finishing of concrete floor slabs, foundations, retaining walls, basement walls and/or footings in connection with the construction of poured in place concrete buildings, residential buildings exceeding three stories in height, masonry commercial buildings exceeding two stories in height, and multi-story structural steel buildings, shall be separately classified as 5213, Concrete Construction — N.O.C.

1/1/2017
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