IBEW Local Union #577

Report
Local Union #577
Appleton, WI
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Small Works projects covered under this
Letter of Understanding shall be defined as
office buildings not to exceed two hundred
thousand (200,000) square feet.
Small medical clinics, doctor’s offices and
dental offices where they are free standing
and not attached to or part of a hospital or
medical facility
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Hospital additions, not to exceed two
hundred thousand (200,000) square feet
Renovations and remodel work
Nursing homes
Warehouses
Gas stations
Auto sales agencies and garages
Restaurants
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Motels
Small hotels, not to exceed one hundred
(100) guest rooms
Convenience stores
Shopping centers
Retail and wholesale facilities
Grocery stores
Educational facilities
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This Letter of Understanding shall allow the
use of Journeyman Inside Wiremen, classified
under the terms of the Inside Agreement with
exception of the allowing a wage rate of
eighty (80) percent of the base rate of pay
with the contributions as per Article XIV.
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In addition Section 3.03 shall be modified to
allow the second shift to be paid at the base
hourly rate of plus 10% for all hours worked
and the third shift to be paid at the base
hourly rate plus 15% for all hours worked.
Wage and Benefit Package
Class
% Of IJW
Base
Rate
H&W
NEBF
Local
Pension
0-1000
40%
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3%
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1001-2000
40%
$9.15
3%
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CW2
2001-4000
45%
$9.15
3%
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CW3
4001-6000
50%
$9.15
3%
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CW4
6001-8000
55%
$9.15
3%
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CE1
800110,000
60%
$9.15
3%
5%
CE2
10,00112,000
70%
$9.15
3%
5%
CE3
12,001-
80%
$9.15
3%
5%
CW1
Hours
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Wages – Wage rates are based on the
application percentage of the Inside
Journeyman Wireman base wage rate of pay.
Health & Welfare – Upon completion of 1,000
hours of documented work experience and
successful completion of training
requirements as established by the local JAC.
(Refer to JAC advancement & training
curriculum schedule)
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Vacation – 5% deduct.
Local Pension – Upon completion of 8,000
hours of documented work experience and
successful completion of training
requirements as established by the local JAC.
(Refer to JAC for advancement & training
curriculum schedule.)
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Ratios – A minimum of one (1) Inside
Wireman to four (4) Construction Wiremen,
Construction Electricians or Apprentices per
shop
Scope of Work – Construction Wiremen and
Construction Electricians may work on all
commercial, institutional, industrial* and
residential projects. The Local Union may
target industrial projects with CW/CE’s at
their discretion
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*NOTE: CW/CE’s may be placed on industrial
projects at a ratio of one (1) CW/CE for every
three (3) Journeymen with a maximum of
three (3) CW/CE’s on any single jobsite. The
apprentice ratio is as stated in Section 4.12 of
the Inside Agreement.
Journeymen
3
6
9
CW/CE’s
1
2
3
The Local Union may target industrial projects
with additional CW/CE’s at their discretion.
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Term “Continually Unemployed” – in defining
the term “continually unemployed” for either
Construction Wiremen or Construction
Electricians, it will mean 15% of the total
membership of the respective classification
being unemployed and available for
employment for three (3) consecutive
months.
Larry Narvarrte
Excellence Electric,
Loyal O’Leary
Inc,
2200 Kilgust Road
Madison, WI 53713 1412 E. Main St.
Little Chute, WI
[email protected]
54140
608-221-4650
[email protected]
WI Chapter NECA
ce-electric.com
920-687-2442

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