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Quarry Not "On-site" For Wage Rate Purposes Suppliers; Regulations

Wednesday, March 03, 2004 12:21 pm

 
Quarry Not "On-site" For Wage Rate Purposes Suppliers; Regulations

The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that a quarry was not "on-site" for purposes of the state prevailing wage statute.

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities awarded a contract to Knik Construction Co. to resurface an airport runway in Nome. The contract was subject to the state Little Davis-Bacon Act, AS 36.05.070, requiring contractors on public works projects to pay prevailing wages as determined by the Wage and Hour Division of the Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development.

The contract did not specify a source for aggregate to be used as sub-base m [...]

 
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