BCA L 14-14B Rates 7-1-2023 thru 6-30-2024

OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL #14 – 148 Wage Rates and Fringe Benefits 7/1/2023 to 6/30/2024 JURISDICTION: New York City WAGES – HOURLY RATE: Double Drum Single Drum , 4 Pole hoist Relief Eng/Crane erection & dismantle House Cars and Rack & Pinion House Cars (New Projects) *Basic Crane **Basic Wage Rate ***”B” Rate Lead Engineers/ Working Steward CONTRIBUTIONS – FOR HOURS PAID (EXCEPT AS NOTED): Annuity Fund ****IAP Fund (per hours worked) Pension Fund (per hours worked) Training Fund Union Assessment (tax) Defense Fund (tax) Vol. Annuity (tax) Welfare Fund LMCTF *Stone Derrick, Cranes (up to 100′), Hydraulic Cranes **Fork Lifts, Plaster (Platform Machine), Plaster Bucket Concrete Pumps and all other equipment used to Hoist Material. 7/1/2023 TO 6/30/2024 $ 89.00 $ 80.71 $ 81.57 $ 64.28 $ 51.40 $ 94.30 $ 73.47 $ 55.13 $ 86.89 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 10.50 0.50 6.20 1.15 2.37 0.05 4.50 13.75 0.25 39.27 ***Compressors, Welding Machines, (Cutting Concrete – Tank Work), Paint Spraying, Sand Blasting, Pumps (with the exclusion of Concrete Pumps), All Engines irrespective of power (Power Pac) used to drive Auxiliary Equipment, Air, Hydraulic, Jacking System & Boliers. ****Separate check for IAP Fund payable to the “Industry Advancement Program”, to be presented at same time purchase of stamps is made at Union Fund Office. CRANE: Boom rates, crawler or truck Additional hourly rates to be added to “Basic Crane Rate” listed above: 100′ – 149′ = $ 1.75 150′ – 249′ = $ 2.00 250′ – 349′ = $ 2.25 350′ – 450′ = $ 2. 75 Tower Crane = $ 2.00 OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL #14-14B – CONT *The Engineer on a climbing crane shall receive an additional one hour per day climbing time at the double time rate. Climbing time shall start when the equipment is power activated. LUNCH: If he remains in the cab = If he works any time during lunch = one half hour’s wage at double time one hour’s wage at double time SURETY BOND: Number of Engineers Employed 1 to 10 Amount of Surety Bond $ 10,000.00 11 to 30 $ 20,000.00 over 30 $ 50,000.00 WORK HOURS: *7 hour day 35 hour week Between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. – 1/2 hour lunch 7 hours actual machine running time with machine ready to start at 8:00 a.m. *If Engineer works with mechanics of a trade who work an 8 hour day – Engineer will also work 8 hours at straight time. NOTE: OVERTIME: If hoisting for concrete contractor exclusively, and is employed only one or two consecutive days within 5 consecutive working days, he will receive a minimum of 3 days pay for each p payroll week. Conditions: : Excess of 7 hours in any one day, Saturday, Sundays and Holidays Wages: Double time (Except Rack & Pinion and House Cars, bid after 7/1/2011, are at time and a half) Fringes: Welfare, Annuity, Training, Union Assessment, Vol Annuity and Defense Funds are paid double for overtime hours Pension and IAP Funds are paid at straight time for all hours worked. PAID HOLIDAYS: New Year’s Day Lincoln’s Birthday Presidents’ Day Thanksgiving Day Memorial Day Fourth of July Labor Day Christmas Day Columbus Day Veteran’s Day Friday after Thanksgiving 451 Park Avenue South 4th Floor New York, NY 10016 Tel: 212-683-8080 Fax: 212-683-0404 www.ny-bca.com International Union of Operating Engineers Local 14-14B All Employees covered by this agreement shall receive eight (8) hours pay at the double time rate and double time fringe. If the said above-mentioned holiday is worked. If the employee works four (4) days in the payroll week from a single employer and he or she does not work this at holiday, the employee shall receive eight (8) hours straight time pay and eight-hour (8) holiday stamp. There will be no benefit fund contributions on the Annuity, Vacation, Voluntary, Annuity, Apprentice and/or Training Funds, Medical Re-imbursement, PAC, Defense Fund or LMCT funds. Said member will receive a holiday stamp, which shall include welfare, pension, and supplemental dues only. When a member covered by this agreement is employed in a payroll week with said holiday the members to receive two (2) hours pay plus two (2) hour holiday prorated stamp for each date worked in a payroll week(i.e.: one day- two (2) hours, two days – four hours, three days – six hours, four days – eight hours). During the week of Thanksgiving/Day After Thanksgiving holidays if both holidays are not worked, employees that work one day in the payroll week shall receive six (6) hours of holiday pay and five hours of holiday pay for each additional day worked that week, not to exceed 16 hours of holiday pay. Any of the aforementioned holidays that falls on a Saturday will be observed in accordance with the New York State General Construction Law Article 2, Section 24. When the holiday is worked and the operating engineer is unable to work then only the replacement operating engineer receives holiday pay. ®~36