Bond County Prevailing Wage for September 2004

Trade Name           RG TYP C Base   FRMAN *M-F>8 OSA OSH H/W   Pensn  Vac  Trng  
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ASBESTOS ABT-GEN        ALL   22.550 23.050 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.500 0.000 0.400 
ASBESTOS ABT-MEC        BLD   24.010 25.010 1.5   1.5 2.0 2.920 4.320 0.000 0.000 
BOILERMAKER             BLD   27.000 29.500 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.650 8.950 0.000 0.210 
BRICK MASON             BLD   24.970 26.590 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.100 7.400 2.000 0.370 
CARPENTER               ALL   29.030 30.530 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.450 3.250 0.000 0.350 
CEMENT MASON            ALL   24.750 25.500 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.700 6.750 0.000 0.100 
CERAMIC TILE FNSHER     BLD   21.750  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 3.850 0.000 0.250 
ELECTRIC PWR EQMT OP    ALL   28.900 34.830 1.5   2.0 2.0 3.870 7.230 0.000 0.140 
ELECTRIC PWR GRNDMAN    ALL   21.580 34.830 1.5   2.0 2.0 2.890 5.400 0.000 0.110 
ELECTRIC PWR LINEMAN    ALL   33.220 34.830 1.5   2.0 2.0 4.450 8.310 0.000 0.160 
ELECTRIC PWR TRK DRV    ALL   23.590 34.830 1.5   2.0 2.0 3.160 5.900 0.000 0.120 
ELECTRICIAN          E  ALL   29.690 31.940 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.650 5.340 0.000 0.450 
ELECTRICIAN          W  ALL   29.700 31.480 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.460 5.490 0.000 0.450 
ELECTRONIC SYS TECH  E  BLD   21.880 23.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 5.150 2.850 0.000 0.440 
ELECTRONIC SYS TECH  W  BLD   23.080 24.580 1.5   1.5 2.0 2.800 3.190 0.750 0.460 
ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTOR    BLD   32.315 36.350 2.0   2.0 2.0 6.525 3.150 1.940 0.000 
FLOOR LAYER             BLD   25.220 25.970 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.450 3.250 0.000 0.330 
GLAZIER                 BLD   27.180  0.000 2.0   2.0 2.0 4.020 7.650 2.170 0.340 
HT/FROST INSULATOR      BLD   28.260 29.260 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.000 6.740 0.000 0.000 
IRON WORKER             ALL   24.040 25.540 1.5   1.5 2.0 5.160 7.300 0.000 0.430 
LABORER                 ALL   22.050 22.550 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.500 0.000 0.400 
MACHINIST               BLD   34.540 36.290 2.0   2.0 2.0 3.200 4.100 2.380 0.000 
MARBLE FINISHERS        BLD   21.750  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 3.850 0.000 0.250 
MARBLE MASON            BLD   24.970 26.590 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.100 7.400 2.000 0.370 
MILLWRIGHT              ALL   29.030 30.530 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.450 3.250 0.000 0.350 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 1 24.250 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 2 23.120 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 3 18.640 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 4 18.700 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 5 18.370 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 6 24.800 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 7 25.100 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
OPERATING ENGINEER      ALL 8 25.380 25.380 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.600 9.500 0.000 1.000 
PAINTER                 BLD   23.800 24.800 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.150 0.000 0.350 
PAINTER                 HWY   25.000 26.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.150 0.000 0.350 
PAINTER OVER 30FT       BLD   24.800 25.800 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.150 0.000 0.350 
PAINTER PWR EQMT        BLD   24.800 25.800 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.150 0.000 0.350 
PAINTER PWR EQMT        HWY   26.000 27.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.900 5.150 0.000 0.350 
PILEDRIVER              ALL   29.030 30.530 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.450 3.250 0.000 0.350 
PIPEFITTER              BLD   28.750 30.000 2.0   2.0 2.0 5.250 4.150 0.000 0.000 
PLASTERER               BLD   24.450 25.450 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.700 6.500 0.000 0.250 
PLUMBER                 BLD   28.750 30.000 2.0   2.0 2.0 5.250 4.150 0.000 0.000 
ROOFER                  BLD   24.750 26.750 1.5   1.5 2.0 4.750 4.850 0.000 0.200 
SHEETMETAL WORKER       ALL   26.470 27.720 1.5   1.5 2.0 5.750 4.310 1.580 0.120 
SPRINKLER FITTER        BLD   29.390 30.890 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.100 4.950 0.000 0.250 
TELECOM WORKER          ALL   21.900 23.400 1.5   1.5 2.0 3.000 2.650 1.430 0.000 
TERRAZZO FINISHER       BLD   29.550  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 
TERRAZZO MASON          BLD   29.050 29.350 1.5   1.5 2.0 0.000 3.750 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            ALL 1 24.385  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            ALL 2 24.785  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            ALL 3 24.985  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            ALL 4 25.235  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            ALL 5 25.985  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            O&C 1 19.508  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            O&C 2 19.828  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            O&C 3 19.988  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            O&C 4 20.188  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 
TRUCK DRIVER            O&C 5 20.788  0.000 1.5   1.5 2.0 6.500 2.850 0.000 0.000 

Legend:  M-F>8 (Overtime is required for any hour greater than 8 worked
each day, Monday through Friday.
OSA  (Overtime is required for every hour worked on Saturday)
OSH  (Overtime is required for every hour worked on Sunday and Holidays)
H/W  (Health & Welfare Insurance)
Pensn (Pension)
Vac (Vacation)
Trng (Training)

Explanations

BOND COUNTY

ELECTRICIANS AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (EAST) - Townships of
Mulberry Grove, Pleasant Mount & Tamalco.

ELECTRICIANS AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (WEST) - Townships of
Shoal Creek, LaGrange, Old Ripley, Central, Burgess & Mills

The following list is considered as those days for which holiday rates
of wages for work performed apply: New Years Day, Memorial/Decoration
Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Day. Generally, any of these holidays which fall on a Sunday
is celebrated on the following Monday.  This then makes work performed
on that Monday payable at the appropriate overtime rate for holiday
pay.  Common practice in a given local may alter certain days of
celebration such as the day after Thanksgiving for Veterans Day.  If
in doubt, please check with IDOL.

Oil and chip resealing (O&C) means the application of road oils and
liquid asphalt to coat an existing road surface, followed by
application of aggregate chips or gravel to coated surface, and
subsequent rolling of material to seal the surface.

EXPLANATION OF CLASSES

ASBESTOS - GENERAL - removal of asbestos material from any place in a
building, including mechanical systems where those mechanical systems
are to be removed.  This includes the removal of asbestos materials
from ductwork or pipes in a building when the building is to be
demolished at the time or at some close future date.

ASBESTOS - MECHANICAL - removal of asbestos material from mechanical
systems, such as pipes, ducts, and boilers, where the mechanical
systems are to remain.

CERAMIC TILE FINISHER AND MARBLE FINISHER

The handling, at the building site, of all sand, cement, tile, marble
or stone and all other materials that may be used and installed by [a]
tile layer or marble mason.  In addition, the grouting, cleaning,
sealing, and mixing on the job site, and all other work as required in
assisting the setter.  The term "Ceramic" is used for naming the
classification only and is in no way a limitation of the product
handled.  Ceramic takes into consideration most hard tiles.

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

Installation, service and maintenance of low-voltage systems which
utilizes the transmission and/or transference of voice, sound, vision,
or digital for commercial, education, security and entertainment
purposes for the following:  TV monitoring and surveillance,
background/foreground music, intercom and telephone interconnect,
field programming, inventory control systems, microwave transmission,
multi-media, multiplex, radio page, school, intercom and sound burglar
alarms and low voltage master clock systems.

Excluded from this classification are energy management systems, life
safety systems, supervisory controls and data acquisition systems not
intrinsic with the above listed systems, fire alarm systems, nurse
call systems and raceways exceeding fifteen feet in length.


TRUCK DRIVER - BUILDING, HEAVY AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
Class 1.  Drivers on 2 axle trucks hauling less than 9 ton.  Air
compressor and welding machines and brooms, including those pulled by
separate units, truck driver helpers, warehouse employees, mechanic
helpers, greasers and tiremen, pickup trucks when hauling materials,
tools, or workers to and from and on-the-job site, and fork lifts up
to 6,000 lb. capacity.

Class 2.  Two or three axle trucks hauling more than 9 ton but hauling
less than 16 ton.  A-frame winch  trucks, hydrolift trucks, vactor
trucks or similar equipment when used for transportation purposes.
Fork lifts over 6,000 lb. capacity, winch trucks, four axle
combination units, and ticket writers.

Class 3.  Two, three or four axle trucks hauling 16 ton or more.
Drivers on water pulls, articulated dump  trucks, mechanics and
working forepersons, and dispatchers.  Five axle or more combination
units.

Class 4.  Low Boy and Oil Distributors.

Class 5.  Drivers who require special protective clothing while
employed on hazardous waste work.

TRUCK DRIVER - OIL AND CHIP RESEALING ONLY.

This shall encompass laborers, workers and mechanics who drive
contractor or subcontractor owned, leased, or hired pickup, dump,
service, or oil distributor trucks.  The work includes transporting
materials and equipment (including but not limited to, oils, aggregate
supplies, parts, machinery and tools) to or from the job site;
distributing oil or liquid asphalt and aggregate; stock piling
material when in connection with the actual oil and chip contract.
The Truck Driver (Oil & Chip Resealing) wage classification does not
include supplier delivered materials.

OPERATING ENGINEERS

GROUP I.  Cranes, Dragline, Shovels, Skimmer Scoops, Clamshells or
Derrick Boats, Pile Drivers, Crane-Type Backhoes, Asphalt Plant
Operators, Concrete Plant Operators, Dredges, Asphalt Spreading
Machines, All Locomotives, Cable Ways, or Tower Machines, Hoists,
Hydraulic Backhoes, Ditching Machines or Backfiller, Cherrypickers,
Overhead Cranes, Roller, Steam or Gas, Concrete Pavers, Excavators,
Concrete Breakers, Concrete Pumps, Bulk Cement Plants, Cement Pumps,
Derrick-Type Drills, Boat Operators, Motor Graders or Pushcats, Scoops
or Tournapulls, Bulldozers, Endloaders or Fork Lifts, Power Blade or
Elevating Graders, Winch Cats, Boom or Winch Trucks or Boom Tractors,
Pipe Wrapping  or Painting Machines, Asphalt Plant Engineer,
Journeyman Lubricating Engineer, Drills (other than Derrick  Type),
Mud Jacks, or Well Drilling Machines, Boring Machines or Track Jacks,
Mixers, Conveyors (Two),  Air Compressors (Two), Water Pumps
regardless of size (Two), Welding Machines (Two), Siphons or Jets
(Two), Winch Heads or Apparatuses (Two), Light Plants (Two),
Waterblasters (two), All Tractors regardless  of size (straight
tractor only), Fireman on Stationary Boilers, Automatic Elevators,
Form Grading Machines,  Finishing Machines, Power Sub-Grader or Ribbon
Machines, Longitudinal Floats,  Distributor Operators on  Trucks,
Winch Heads or Apparatuses (One), Mobil Track air and heaters (two to
five), Heavy Equipment  Greaser, Relief Operator, Assistant Master
Mechanic and Heavy Duty Mechanic, all Operators (except those  listed
below).

GROUP II.  Assistant Operators.

GROUP III.  Air Compressors (One), Water Pumps, regardless of Size
(One), Waterblasters (one), Welding  Machine (One), Mixers (One Bag),
Conveyor (One), Siphon or Jet (One), Light Plant (One), Heater (One),
Immobile Track Air (One), and Self Propelled Walk-Behind Rollers.
GROUP IV.  Asphalt Spreader Oilers, Fireman on Whirlies and Heavy
Equipment Oilers, Truck Cranes, Dredges, Monigans, Large Cranes -
(Over 65-ton rated capacity) Concrete Plant Oiler, Blacktop Plant
Oiler, and Creter Crane Oiler (when required).

GROUP V.  Oiler.

GROUP VI.  Master Mechanics, Operators on equipment with Booms,
including jibs, 100 feet and over, and less than 150 feet long.

GROUP VII.  Operators on equipment with Booms, including jibs, 150
feet and over, and less than 200 feet long.

GROUP VIII.  Operators on Equipment with Booms, including jibs, 200
feet and over; Tower Cranes;  Whirlie Cranes; and Operator Foreman.

TERRAZZO FINISHER

The handling of all materials used for Mosaic and Terrazzo work
including preparing, mixing by hand, by mixing machine or transporting
of pre-mixed materials and distributing with shovel, rake, hoe, or
pail, all kinds of concrete foundations necessary for Mosaic and
Terrazzo work, all cement terrazzo, magnesite terrazzo, Do-O-Tex
terrazzo, epoxy matrix ter-razzo, exposed aggregate, rustic or rough
washed for exterior or interior of buildings placed either by machine
or by hand, and any other kind of mixture of plastics composed of
chips or granules when mixed with cement, rubber, neoprene, vinyl,
magnesium chloride or any other resinous or chemical substances used
for seamless flooring systems, and all other building materials, all
similar materials and all precast terrazzo work on jobs, all scratch
coat used for Mosaic and Terrazzo work and sub-bed, tar paper and wire
mesh (2x2 etc.) or lath.  The rubbing, grinding, cleaning and
finishing of same either by hand or by machine or by terrazzo
resurfacing equipment on new or existing floors.  When necessary
finishers shall be allowed to assist the mechanics to spread sand bed,
lay tarpaper and wire mesh (2x2 etc.) or lath.  The finishing of
cement floors where additional aggregate of stone is added by
spreading or sprinkling on top of the finished base, and troweled or
rolled into the finish and then the surface is ground by grinding
machines.


Other Classifications of Work:

For definitions of classifications not otherwise set out, the
Department generally has on file such definitions which are available.
If a task to be performed is not subject to one of the classifications
of pay set out, the Department will upon being contacted state which
neighboring county has such a classification and provide such rate,
such rate being deemed to exist by reference in this document.  If no
neighboring county rate applies to the task, the Department shall
undertake a special determination, such special determination being
then deemed to have existed under this determination.  If a project
requires these, or any classification not listed, please contact IDOL
at 618/993-7271 for wage rates or clarifications.

LANDSCAPING

Landscaping work falls under the existing classifications for laborer,
operating engineer and truck driver.   The work performed by landscape
plantsman and landscape laborer is covered by the existing
classification  of laborer.  The work performed by landscape operators
(regardless of equipment used or its size) is covered  by the
classifications of operating engineer.  The work performed by
landscape truck drivers (regardless of  size of truck driven) is
covered by the classifications of truck driver.