Small Works Category Codes 2018

Small Works Category Codes 2018
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Asbestos, PCB, Lead Removal & Hazardous Waste Disposal
Hazardous waste abatement and removal by licensed abatement contractors only.
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Earthwork & Grading
This work to include all types of earthwork and the use of various construction equipment, such as backhoes, excavators, rollers, dumptrucks, etc.
11
General Construction by General Contractors
Broad category, all types of general construction considered.
13
HVAC Systems Installation/Repair
Heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. Work to include new construction, repair work, plus maintenance work.
14
Landscape and Irrigation Installation & Repair
New installations, repairs and maintenance work. To include weed control for both landscaping and irrigation systems.
16
Painting, Industrial Coating & Power Washing
All aspects of painting & industrial coatings. Could include sandblasting, priming and preparation work.
18
Asphalt Paving & Gravel Surfacing
All aspects of asphalt paving, preparation, and maintenance, including striping and sweeping.
2
Roofing Installation and Repair
All aspects of the roofing industry. Could include new installation, repairs and maintenance.
22
Steel Fabrication & Welding, Machine Work
Basics of steel fabrication, welding, and machine work, to the more specialized work of rebabbit bearings, metal stitching, heat treatment and retubing heat exchangers.
23
Well & Piezometer Drilling
All types of machine drilling are included in this classification.
24
Fencing
Chain link and wood fencing; new construction, repairs and maintenance.
27
Elevator Maintenance
Elevator maintenance.
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Building Construction & Remodeling
Work to include all aspects of new building construction, plus all types of remodel work. For example, inside electrical wiring, plumbing, cabinetry, door/overhead door and window installation, carpet and flooring installation.
3
Fishing Services
Provide manpower resources and equipment needed to capture predator fish.
31
Water
Contractors selecting this category must also complete the Water/Wastewater Classifications Section.
33
Electrical Distribution Overhead
Construction and maintenance of overhead electrical distribution lines and equipment, rated 5kV to 15kV located on wood or other type structures. Work typically involves energized work using hot line tools.
34-Aa
Electrical Distribution Underground
Construction and maintenance of underground electrical distribution lines and equipment rated 5kV to 15kV, including splices and terminations.
34-Ab
Distribution Underground, secondary
Installation and maintenance of secondary voltage cable and equipment typically rated 600V or less.
34-Ac
Electrical Overhead Transmission 34kv-230kv
Construction and maintenance of Electrical Overhead Transmission lines, including wood, steel and concrete poles, towers, conductor and appendages.
34-Ba
Transmission Underground 34kv-230kv
All phases of underground transmission line work from 34kV to 230kV. Conductor, splices and terminations included.
34-Bb
Transmission Insulator Rehabilitation
Cleaning of Electrical Transmission Insulators, from 34kV to 230kV, using various methods .
34-Bc
Substation Complete Installation
Substation high and low voltage construction of all phases including grounding, steel structures, control wiring, bus installation, fencing, commission testing, etc.
34-Ca
Substation Control Wiring and Metering
Protection control systems, both AC and DC, using common utility panel wiring methods.
34-Cb
Substation Foundations, Grounding, Earthwork and Conduit Installations
Layout of footings / foundations, ground grid, conduit trenching and stub-up locations. Proper excavation, grading, prep and necessary compacting of holes and trenches. Fabrication of re-enforcement steel for footings / foundations plus forming and pouring of concrete. Exothermic welding  of grounding grid conductor intersections and attachments to all required structures and fencing. Installation of conduit runs. Backfilling, compacting and grading of disturbed areas.       
34-Cc
Substation, Steel Erection, Aluminum Bus Work, Switch Installation
Unloading, handling, placing and plumbing / leveling of various steel framing components including but not limited to switch supports, bus supports and dead-end supports. Unloading, handling, placing and welding of bus and connecting jumpers. Unloading, handling and installing switches and related equipment, including tolerance adjustments.
34-Cd
Substation Work Within an Energized Yard
All work taking place in an energized substation must be executed by qualified electrical workers who have successfully completed the  District’s Dispatching  Operating and  Safety Rules Training and Testing. Any work components performed by other than qualified electrical workers must have 1 District qualified electrical worker for every 4 non qualified workers, acting as safety watch.  
34-Ce
Substation Maintenance
General scheduled and preventive maintenance on Distribution Substation equipment including power transformers, breakers, current and potential transformers, capacitors, etc.
34-Cf
Substation Insulator Rehabilitation
Cleaning and restoring electrical properties to 5kV to 230kV insulators.
34-Cg
Area/Street Light Installation and Maintenance
Installation and maintenance of Street and Area lights less than 600V.
34-Da
Fiber Optic Overhead Construction
All phases of overhead fiber optic construction where work is located within the high voltage zone of power system where voltage is 5kV to 230kV
34-Ea
Fiber Optic Underground Construction
All phases of underground fiber optic construction where work is located within the high voltage zone of power system where voltage is 5KV to 230kV.
34-Eb
Underground Conduit Installation
Install underground electrical and fiber conduit by plowing,trenching or directional boring.
34-Fa
Tree Pruning and Hazard Tree Removal
Prune and remove trees along the District’s overhead electrical transmission & primary wire and along the fiber optical lines. Proper arboriculture pruning methods are required following ANSI A300 part 1.
34-T
Right-of-Way Clearing, Mowing
Clearing trees and brush and mowing along the District’s overhead electrical transmission & primary wire and along the fiber optical lines.
34-U
Pole Treatment & Inspection
Contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment and products to inspect, test and treat wooden poles. The wooden poles are the infrastructure for overhead electric and fiber optic lines.
34-V
Railroad Repair & Maintenance
Maintenance and repair of spur line railway.
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Solar Power Generation Installation
Construction of new solar power generation applications.
40
Smoke/Fire Detection and Suppression
Installation and maintenance of fire & smoke detection systems. Control wiring and software programming for the Districts current alarm system.
41
Logging, Tree Removal, Chipping, Right of Way Clearing, Mowing
Logging of land and chipping of woody debris, mowing - outside of the hot zone.
42
Transformer Transport, Load, Unload and Set
Transportation, loading and unloading, or the placement of large power transformers onto concrete pads.
43
Commercial Laundry Service Provider
Coveralls, shop towels, floor mats, floor mops and dust towels
45
Traffic Control
Flaggers shall have current flagging card approved by WA State, transportation to job site, portable and stationary signs, cones, flagging vest, stop and slow paddles. Knowledge of WA State Traffic Control/Flagging safety laws.
46
Noxious Weed Control
Noxious weed control by certified licensed contractors only. Work to include, but is not limited to, abatement of purple loosestrife, dalmatian toadflax, knapweed, thistle and/or other terrestrial noxious weeds.
48
Radio Systems Installation & Testing Services
Installation and testing of antennas and radio frequency transmission lines. Installation, configuration, and testing of fixed radio transceivers and other radio frequency equipment and devices.
50
Electrical - Commercial/Industrial
Contractor’s desiring to bid on work within this classification DO NOT need to be prequalified to perform work as required by RCW 54.04.085. Licensed contractors as required by RCW 19.28 capable of installing low voltage and high voltage up to 480/3/60.
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Security
Installation of security systems including detection devices, electronic access controls, CCTV cameras, monitoring equipment and control panels. Limited energy electrical contractor's license required pursuant to RCW 19.28.041.
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Telecommunications Wiring
Inside building wiring, termination and testing using NORDX/CDT/Belden wiring systems with Cat-5, Cat-5e and Cat-6 cable with Gigabix terminal blocks. Occasional applications may also include telephone cable and coaxial cable.
53
Interpretive Facilities and Exhibits
Creation of exhibits for museums, visitor centers, interpretive centers, interpretive graphics and interpretive signage.
54
Janitorial Services
Labor, equipment, and all custodial cleaning products necessary to perform janitorial services.
55
Commercial Carpet Cleaning
Labor, equipment, and products necessary to clean carpets.
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Concrete & Masonry
New construction, maintenance and repair work.
6
Tree Pruning/Tree Removal
Tree pruning and or removing of trees and chipping branches. The tree pruning work will require proper arboriculture methods found in the American National Standard (ANSI) A300 for Tree Care Operations – Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Maintenance – Standard Practices.
63
Building and Grounds Maintenance
Includes window cleaning, waxing, shampooing, janitor, sweeping, pest control and/or feces removal, drain inspection, paved surface maintenance, sport court maintenance, plumbing services, septic pumping, and grease trap cleaning.
64
Sign Making and Installation
Includes fabrication, installation, repair, alteration, maintenance and dismantling of commercial signs, bulletins and poster panels in accordance with WAC 296-127-01374.
65
Pond Maintenance
Involves sediment and hazardous waste removal from ponds.
66
Station Battery Installation and Removal
Installation, removal, replacement and recycling of station batteries in a variety of locations, possibly including electrical substations and remote radio sites. Applicant must show evidence of proper equipment, experience and insurance to safely move and transport various styles of lead-acid station batteries.
67
Snow Removal
Involves snow removal at various District locations.
68
Fiber Optics - Overhead Construction in Communication Zone
Installation of fiber optic hardware, stringing, sagging, clipping, guying, and setting anchors for fiber optic cable within the communication zone.
69
Crane & Operator
Services to include both operational usage, plus repairs and maintenance of cranes, boomtrucks and lifting devices. Could include rental/leasing of cranes for extended periods.
7
Fiber Optics - Splicing & Terminating in Communication Zone
New and existing installations of fiber optic systems which include underground and overhead inside the communication zone.
70
Fiber Optics - Underground
Installation of fiber optic hardware and pulling cables through conduit and vaults or laying cable in an open trench.
71
Diving and Marine Work Services
Work may include hardhat and scuba diving. Other work to include all aspects of marine work. For example, pile installation, dock repair, and marine river data collection.
9
Water Mains and Appurtenances
Installation of water mains, services, hydrants and all appurtenances typical of a water distribution system, including piping within booster pump stations and storage tanks.
W-A2
Water Booster Pumps
Removal, repair and replacement of municipal booster pump station pumps and motors.
W-A5
Wastewater STEP Tanks
Installation of STEP tanks and appurtenances and connection to collection system in entirety and repair/replacement of individual components.
W-B1
Wastewater Pressure Mains
Installation of pressurized wastewater treatment plant and collection system piping, service laterals and appurtenances and repair/replacement of individual components.
W-B2
Wastewater Gravity Sewers
Installation of gravity sewers, service laterals and appurtenances and repair/replacement of individual components.
W-C1
Wastewater Treatment Facility Equipment
Installation, removal, repair and replacement of wastewater pumps and treatment equipment.
W-C4