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Old 05-05-2009, 08:59 PM   #1
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hi everyone im new to the site, i wanted to know if anyone knew of a site to look up scale rates? my boss is screwing me over with my pay and i can't find anything online to bring to him

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Old 05-05-2009, 09:05 PM   #2
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Maybe here?

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There are different scales for resi work and others along with areas.

http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-...cid=MD20080001

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hi everyone im new to the site, i wanted to know if anyone knew of a site to look up scale rates? my boss is screwing me over with my pay and i can't find anything online to bring to him

Are you a member of a union? If not there are no published rates I know of.

Plus Western MD and Eastern Shore are going to have different rates then Washington DC burbs and Baltimore.
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I hear bricklayers make pretty good money. Bricks are heavy. Weigh more on a scale.
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Where in Maryland ?
Contact the Labor Board. There should be a wage and hour guy that comes to the site. If it is a Davis Bacon job the wage sheet is required to be posted in plain sight on the job site.
If your talking about IBEW rates check with the hall.
Other then that there is no set "pay rate" other then minimum wage.
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i live in somd but the job is by bwi at nsa
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NSA the National Security Agency HQ at Ft Meade (near BWI airport) is a FEDERAL property. Some is Army, some is GSA and some is NSA direct. Depending on the contract and the nature of the work Davis-Bacon may not even apply.

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NSA the National Security Agency HQ at Ft Meade (near BWI airport) is a FEDERAL property. Some is Army, some is GSA and some is NSA direct. Depending on the contract and the nature of the work Davis-Bacon may not even apply.
I know. I was just goofing around with the guy. Washington is a city of alphabet soup.

I've never done any work at the NSA, but I've done a decent amount at Ft. Detrick in the past. The thing I remember most about that place was the one building I worked in had clear glass drain pipes for the whole building. Some kinda funky stainless steel band fitting for each section of pipe.
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Welcome. Google is your friend when looking for wage rates. Here is the latest and greatest. But as someone else said they may not apply.

ELEC0024-009 11/30/2008

Rates Fringes

Electricians (Including HVAC
Low Voltage Wiring)..............$ 32.15 5.25%+11.90



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