STREET OR ROAD CONSTRUCTION — paving or repaving, surfacing or resurfacing or scraping — all kinds — including airport runways, warming aprons, incidental field plants, fence or guardrail construction
This classification applies to paving or repaving streets, roads, highways or airport runways using asphalt or concrete. This classification also applies to asphalt paving off-street areas, including but not limited to parking lots, driveways and cart or bike paths. This classification includes grinding existing paved surfaces in preparation for repaving and the application of sealants onto paved surfaces.
This classification also applies to the installation or application of paved surface improvements, including but not limited to truncated domes; wheel stop bumpers; and thermoplastic or painted lines or traffic markings to paved surfaces such as streets, roads or parking lots.
This classification also applies to the installation of street signs when conducted by the same employer engaged in street or road construction or asphalt paving operations at the same job or location.
Concrete paving of off-street areas, including but not limited to parking lots, sidewalks, driveways or other concrete flatwork shall be classified as 5201(1)/5205(1), Concrete or Cement Work — pouring or finishing of concrete sidewalks, driveways, patios, curbs or gutters.
Grading when performed in connection with the construction of streets, roads, highways or airport runways, or grading of all other areas in preparation for asphalt paving, shall be classified as 5507, Street or Road Construction — grading.
Grading that is not performed in connection with the construction of streets, roads, highways or airport runways, or not in preparation for asphalt paving, shall be classified as 6218(2)/6220(2), Grading Land, or 6218(3)/6220(3), Land Leveling.
Tunneling, quarrying, bridge or culvert building, earth or rock excavation, clearing of right-of-way, stone crushing or sand or gravel digging shall be separately classified.
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