Our wage schedule will help you avoid overpaying
inexperienced workers, while fairly compensating everyone
on the job site.
On a public works project, each employer is obligated to
pay not less than the prevailing wage rate — whether you
are union or non-union. Doing so puts all employers on a
level playing field, irrespective of union affiliation.
The economic landscape is rapidly changing. Private
commercial and residential markets are facing significant
financial difficulties. Public work construction is
anticipated to be a stable source of opportunity in the
current economic cycle.
As a union employer, you'll have significant financial
advantages when working on a public works project.
Signatory employers pay fringe benefits to the union's
qualified fringe benefit trust funds instead of directly to
the employee. And the portions of the prevailing wages that
are remitted to these qualified fringe benefits are not
subject to the employer payroll taxes or workers'
compensation payments. This fringe benefit trust fund
structure results in a significant savings benefit to