NORTH CAROLINA PREVAILING WAGE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON STATE PREVAILING WAGE
Whether you are just starting out as a prevailing wage contractor or just looking to keep yourself updated, we have compiled these resources about state prevailing wage. Here are the most common questions of prevailing wage contractors and workers to help expand your knowledge!
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To know more about Prevailing Wage compliance in North Carolina, read through the questions below commonly asked by contractors like you.
I am a contractor, working for a government project in North Carolina. Where can I find the current prevailing wage rates applicable here?
Current North Carolina Prevailing Wage rates can be found in this link. The actual prevailing wage rates for your project can vary, and you can find this in your bid specifications.
Where do sub-contractors need to file their paperwork for prevailing wage jobs in North Carolina?
What are the filing requirements for North Carolina prevailing wage?
For Davis-Bacon projects in North Carolina, are there rules and regulations that govern hiring apprentices?
Is there anything I should take note of while I wait for my special prevailing wage determination for my Davis-Bacon job in North Carolina?
What should I do if I wish to obtain a Special Prevailing Wage for my Davis-Bacon project in North Carolina?
You can request for Special Prevailing Wage Determinations from the Wage and Hour Division for your Davis-Bacon project. Davis-Bacon & Related Acts provisions contain a conformance procedure which establishes benefits for classifications that are missing or unlisted.
A Standard Form 308 (SF-308) “Request for Determination and Response to Request” should be used by the agency (normally a federal agency) to request the Wage Determination for a project. The completed SF-308 needs to be submitted to: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Standards Administration, Wage and Hour Division, Branch of Construction Wage Determinations, Washington, D.C. 20210.
Please Note: A project decision is effective for 180 days and is only applicable to the particular Davis-Bacon project for which it is issued. If the project decision is not used in the period of its effectiveness, it is void. The contractor must submit a Request for Authorization of Additional Classification and Rate (SF1444) to the Contracting Officer or Agency.
Will there be any updates, increases, or Special Wage Determinations that may affect my government project in North Carolina?
How can I get my Prevailing Wage Determinations for my Prevailing Wage job in North Carolina?
Where can I find Wage Decisions for my North Carolina Davis-Bacon job?
How is compliance to the Davis-Bacon Act audited and enforced in North Carolina?
Who is responsible for enforcing compliance to the Davis-Bacon Act in North Carolina?
Does North Carolina have a state law on Prevailing Wage?
WORK WITH ARCHER JORDAN FOR YOUR PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS IN NORTH CAROLINA.
ARCHER JORDAN is a third party administrator who will help you provide fringe benefits to your hourly prevailing wage workers. We are here to ensure that you are compliant with the federal law, specifically the Davis-Bacon Act.
Our team of experts are here to help you in your North Carolina government contracts. You can focus on getting the job done, and we will take care of you employees’ benefits in accordance with prevailing wage laws.