IRON OR STEEL ERECTION — structural — in the construction of buildings not over two stories in height
This classification applies to the structural steel framing of buildings that do not exceed two stories in height.
This classification also applies to specialty contractors engaged in welding or cutting structural steel at construction sites in connection with the steel framing of buildings that do not exceed two stories in height.
This classification includes non-structural iron or steel erection operations when performed by the same employer in connection with the structural steel framing of buildings not exceeding two stories in height at the same job or location.
Structural steel framing of buildings that equal or exceed three stories in height shall be classified as 5040(1), Iron or Steel Erection — structural and exterior installation.
Structural framing of residential or commercial structures using light gauge, cold formed steel studs and joists shall be classified as 5632/5633, Steel Framing.
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At a particular job or location, Classification 5059 shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classification 5040(1), Iron or Steel Erection — structural and exterior installation.
This classification includes the erection of staircases and exterior iron or steel work in connection with buildings not exceeding two stories in height. The erection of structural frame members in connection with buildings over two stories in height shall be separately classified as 5040(1), Iron or Steel Erection — structural.
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