SIGN ERECTION OR REPAIR — N.O.C.
This classification applies to the erection, installation, service or repair of free-standing signs, including but not limited to pole signs, tower signs, monument signs and street signs (not in connection with street or road construction). This classification includes electrical wiring activities within 6 feet of the sign in connection with sign installation.
If electrical wiring activities are not within 6 feet of the sign in connection with sign installation, the electrical wiring operations shall be separately classified as 5140/5190, Electrical Wiring — within buildings, or 6325, Conduit Construction.
The installation, service or repair of signs affixed to interior or exterior building surfaces shall be classified as 5146(2), Sign Installation or Repair.
The installation of street signs, when conducted by employers engaged in street or road construction, shall be classified as 5506, Street or Road Construction — paving or repaving, surfacing or resurfacing or sraping, or 5507, Street or Road Construction — grading, depending on which classification develops the most payroll for the job or location.
The installation of temporary signs, including but not limited to real estate and construction site signs shall be classified as 8028, Equipment or Machinery Rental Yards.
The installation of signs by employers selling space for advertising purposes shall be classified as 9549, Advertising Companies.
The operation of mobile billboard trucks (mobile advertising signs) shall be classified as 9549, Advertising Companies.
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The installation of street signs, when conducted by firms contracted to construct the road or street, shall be classified as 5506, Street or Road Construction, or 5507, Street or Road Construction.
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