Prevailing wage statutes

Massachusetts statutes relating to prevailing wage law

The Department of Labor Standards (DLS) issues prevailing wage schedules to cities, towns, counties, districts, authorities, and agencies of the Commonwealth for construction projects and several other types of public work. These prevailing wage schedules contain hourly wage rates that workers must receive when working on a public project.

Statutes

Chapter 195 of the Acts of 2014. Massachusetts Convention Center Authority security guard services

Chapter 6C, Section 44. MassDOT relocation of utility or utility facility

Chapter 7, Section 22(18). Purchase of supplies and equipment; rules and regulations; duties of state purchasing agent.

Chapter 71, Section 7A. Transportation of pupils; payment of costs; limitations

Chapter 121B, Section 29. Accounts and reports of housing authorities; investigations by department; rules and regulations of department

Chapter 149, Section 26. Public works; preference to veterans and citizens; wages.

Chapter 149, Section 27. List of jobs; classification; schedule of wages; penalty; civil action.

Chapter 149, Section 27A. Appeals from classifications and wage determinations.

Chapter 149, Section 27B. Records of employees; payroll records; statements of compliance.

Chapter 149, Section 27C. Violation of secs. 26—27B; penalty.

Chapter 149, Section 27D. "Construction" and "constructed" defined.

Chapter 149, Section 27E. Employment of residents in highway districts.

Chapter 149, Section 27F. Wages of operators of rented equipment; agreements; penalty; civil action.

Chapter 149, Section 27G. Wages of employees of moving contractors; contracts; civil action.

Chapter 149, Section 27H. Wages of employees of maintenance or cleaning contractors; contracts; civil action.

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