US Department of Labor seeks New Hampshire heavy construction industry employers’ input for survey to establish accurate prevailing wage rates
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division is asking the heavy construction industry in New Hampshire to participate in a survey to help the agency establish prevailing wage rates, as required under the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts.
The DBRA directs the department to set prevailing wage rates that reflect the actual wages and fringe benefits paid to construction workers in the county where the work takes place.
The survey includes heavy construction projects in all New Hampshire counties where construction occurred between Feb. 1, 2021, and March 31, 2022 and is not limited to federally funded construction projects. The data collection period will begin on July 8, 2022 and will conclude on Oct. 7, 2022. The department encourages all stakeholders to participate in the survey.
Full participation by contractors and interested parties is key to the establishment of accurate prevailing wages and the development of complete wage determinations. Accurate wages and complete determinations also reduce the need for contractors to request additional labor classifications.
The division will send notification letters and WD-10 data collection forms to interested parties and contractors known to the agency. Contractors and other interested parties do not need to receive a letter to participate in the survey. The survey can also be completed online. Learn more about the surveys. If you would like to participate, or have questions regarding the survey process and forms, please contact LaDonna Vick at email@example.com. To be included in the survey, please postmark all data submissions by Oct. 7, 2022.
The division will host briefing webinars to provide information on the survey process as well as instructions for completing WD-10 data collection forms. These events will be held online and there is no cost to attend. The webinars are currently scheduled for Aug. 2, 2022 and Aug. 4, 2022. Register to attend an upcoming briefing webinar.