IRON OR STEEL WORKS — structural — shop — fabricating or assembling girders, beams, columns, trusses, stringers or other structural iron or steel
This classification applies to the fabrication of structural iron or steel components, including but not limited to girders, beams, columns, trusses, communications towers, light standards and stringers from materials such as "I", "H" and "C" beams; channel, angle and bar stock; pipe; tubing; and sheet plate.
The erection of structural steel shall be separately classified.
Employers engaged in the fabrication of both structural and non-structural iron or steel products shall be classified as 3030 if 50% or more of the shop time is devoted to the fabrication of structural iron or steel products. If more than 50% of the shop time is devoted to the fabrication of non-structural iron or steel products, the operations shall be classified as 3040, Iron or Steel Works — non-structural.
The fabrication of miscellaneous non-structural metal products shall be classified as 3620(2), Plate Steel Products Fabrication, if more than 50% of the metal used is #9 gauge or heavier.
The cutting, bending, forming and assembly of reinforcing steel at a permanent shop or yard shall be classified as 3039, Reinforcing Steel Fabrication.
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Classification 3030 shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classification 3040, Iron Works, unless the operation described by Classification 3030 constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classification 3040.
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