Capital and Infrastructure Improvements:




Moving services: the transportation of furniture and other goods from one location to another done with state money over $1,000, and not involved with any other contract, is not subject to prevailing wage. See examples below: 

  1. Company A disassembles modular office system furniture and stacks it, Company B moves the modular furniture to a different location and stacks it for storage. DIR ruling: Company A work is subject to prevailing wage, and moving Company B work is not. 
  2. Company A disassembles modular office systems furniture and stacks it, Company B moves it to a new location and stacks it, and Company A reassembles it Company A under one contract to CSU and Company B under separate contract to the owner. DIR ruling: Company A is subject to Prevailing wage and Company B is not. If two separate contracts, Company B would not be subject to public works statutes. 
  3. Company A disassembles the furniture, moves it, and then reassembles it. DIR ruling: All of the work subject to prevailing wage, as the moving portion is part of the same contract as the assembly and disassembly, and integral to the flow of the work. The entire process would be subject to the public works statutes.



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