CONTRACTORS

Notice to Contractors

For your use are the NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS referenced below indicating the Union’s allocations that go into effect July 1, 2021 for the following agreements:

MLA Wage Rates 2021-22

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Appliance Installation MOA 2021-22

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Fence Projects Understanding- 2021-22 Rates

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General Construction Worker Classification-Private Work 2021-22

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Gunite Shortcrete Rates 2021-22

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Housemovers Master Agreement Rates 2021-22

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Landscape Maintenance Agreement (Tree Trimmer) - 2021-2022 allocation

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Mladen Buntich MOA 2021-22

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Private Grading Residential Agreement Rates 2021-22

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Private Traffic Control Rates 2021-22

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Rooftop Solar MOA Rates 2021-22

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RRT- Maintenace Rates 2021-22

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Solar Subsistence Addendum Rates 2021-22

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Tilt Up Concrete Construction -MOA Notice 2021-22

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Tunnel Master Agreement Rates 2021-22

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Utility Master Agreement Rates 2021-22

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WCA -Landscape (Tree Trimmer) High Voltage MOA Rates-Eff May 30, 2021

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Light Commercial Construction Rates 2021-22

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Shop Work Penhall 2021-22

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Solar GCW Rates 2021-22

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Specialty Concrete Rates 2021-22

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Contractors partner with LIUNA Local 652 because of the value LIUNA members provide.

Here Are Just A Few Of The Ways LIUNA Makes Your Job Easier By Providing:

  • The best trained, highest skilled, hardest working people in the industry with top notch training facilities wherever LIUNA members are working.

  • Training that meets or exceeds OSHA, EPA, and other regulatory standards.

  • Assistance making work safer, reducing accident rates, controlling workers’ compensation costs, and saving lives.

  • Ability to help firms meet hiring requirements to comply with city ordinances, community benefits agreements, and project labor agreements.

  • Automated tracking of project and bid opportunities.

  • A voice on issues of importance to the entire construction industry – including fighting for fair and comprehensive immigration reform, infrastructure investment that will make America more competitive and create good jobs, and protecting laws such as the Davis Bacon Act.

  • Assistance to firms in accessing capital and bonding resources, providing marketing support, and navigation of MBE/DB certification processes.

  • A commitment to diversity and community unparalleled in the industry.

  • The California Laborers Health and Welfare Fund