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Scope of work/Benefits/Holidays
Print Icon Updated On: Oct 14, 2013
The Power construction agreement covers the performance of Line Work and Underground Installation on Electric Light and Power Properties.  The agreement is negotiated with Missouri Valley Line Constructors Chapter, NECA, Inc., a representative for contractors assented to Local Union No. 2, IBEW.

Power work is defined as underground installation (wood, tile, masonry, fiber, metal and all types of electrical duct where such installations come under the outside branch of the electrical industry).

It shall include the following: The moving of men, tools, material and equipment; the excavation and trenching, installation of raceways or ducts, construction manholes, transformer vaults, and hand holes, backfilling, installation of fish wire, pulling, splicing, and laying of wire or cables installed in the raceways or ducts, or direct burial and all operations required for the ultimate completion of such work.

The scope includes not only the new installations as above outlined, but shall also govern the repair, maintenance or dismantling on all above structures, lines or equipment and the handling and operation of all equipment used to transport men, tools, materials, or equipment to or from the job site when moving, raising, or placing materials commonly used in the outside underground branch of the electrical industry.

Holidays - Wage Rates - Fringe Benefits

Holidays

New Year's Day Memorial Day Fourth of July Labor Day
Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day               

When a holiday falls on Sunday, the Monday following shall be observed as the holiday. 

No work shall be performed on Labor Day except in case of an emergency requiring the safeguarding of life and property.

Wage Rates - contact our main office for information on current rates

Fringe Benefits

Apprentice Training
National Electrical Benefit Fund (NEBF)
Health and Welfare (Lineco)
Lineco Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
Retirement (NEAP)
Joint Safety Training Fund 


 
 
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