Prevailing Wage

Possible Tracing of Public Funds Did Not Make Project Subject to Prevailing Wage Rates

A construction project was undertaken by the New York Racing Authority (NYRA), a not-for-profit entity established in 2008. Near its inception, NYRA had received $5 million from its predecessor, without any designation or restriction on use of the fu… Read More
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State Supreme Court Orders Official To Set Prevailing Wage Rates

The New Mexico Supreme Court has ordered a public official to establish prevailing wage rates in accordance with current collective bargaining agreements. In what appears to have been a show-down among the legislative and executive branches, the cour… Read More
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Subcontract Is Enforceable Even Though Too Low To Pay Prevailing Wage Rates

A subcontractor agreed to perform site clearing work for $5,000, and only later learned it was a public project requiring payment of prevailing wages. Instead of paying workers $13 and $14 per hour, the sub would have to pay $36 and $43 for a chainsa… Read More
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About Stan Martin

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Stan Martin holds a law degree and an undergraduate degree in architecture. He has been involved with the construction industry for more than 45 years, working in construction prior to law school and beginning his construction law practice. Over the course of his career, he has served on boards and committees for organizations including the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, the Boston Society of Architects, and the Massachusetts Building Congress.

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