Amendments to the Prevailing Wage Act: The Impact of Public Bidding
Posted December 15, 2022
Adrienne L. Isacoff, Of Counsel to the firm and Co-Chair of its Construction Law Section, was recently published in New Jersey State Bar Association’s Construction Law Section Newsletter. Her article, Amendments to the Prevailing Wage Act: The Impact of Public Bidding, discusses new legislation that clears up confusion when bidders do not specify the payment of prevailing wages when pricing their bids for public construction projects.
Under the new amendments, the lowest bidder must certify to the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development that the prevailing wage rates required by the Prevailing Wage Act shall be paid in performing the work under the contract. There are also several new requirements for the bidder which are addressed in the article. To read it in its entirety, please click here.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Adrienne.
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