The relevant sections of the collective agreements between organized agreements and management agreements are provided below, as these agreements provide the Department with a guide for determining the prevailing rates of pay. In accordance with M.G.L.c 149, para. 26 ». The hourly rate of wages paid to such mechanics and apprentices, to crews, to drivers and to workers during the construction of public works may not be lower than the rate or rates of remuneration to be fixed by the Commissioner, such as provided… in one of the cities where the works are to be constructed, in certain professions and professions, by means of collective agreements or agreements in the private construction sector between organised work and employers, the rates or rates to be paid for such works must not be lower than the rates thus fixed. » Iron WorkerIron Workers Local 7 Boston (09-15-2022) Iron Workers Local 7 – Western, MA (9-15-2012) Original CBAIron Workers Local 7 – Western, MA (9-15-2017) Iron Workers Local 12 (4-30-2015)Ironworkers local 37 – (9-15-21) Floor CovererCar Local 2168 – Floor Coverers (8-31-2016) – ABRIDGED Pile DriverCarpenters Local 56 – Pile Driver Drivers (7-31-2016). LaborerLaborers – Foundation and Marine (5-31-2017)Laborer`s Heavy Highway CBA (5-31-2022)Laboratories – Statewide Tunnel Contract (5-31-2017)Laborers Local 1421 – Wrecking/Environmental Remediation (6-30-2020). Business Engineer Company Engineer Local 4 (5-30-2022)Operations Engineers Local 25 Dredge (9-30-2012)Operating Engineers Local 25 – Drill boat (9-30-2006)Operations Engineers Local 98, Building & Construction (05-31-2020)Business Engineers Local 98, Schwer & Autobahn (05-31-2020)Local 4 Outdoor Technicians Local 4 (10-31-2022) Plumber, Locksmiths, Gas Grills and Steam LocksmithsLokal 4 Plumbers/Locksmiths (8-31-2022)Plumber Local 12 (8-31-2017) (Mis e up to date 9-1-13)Plumbers/Locksmiths Local 51 (8-31-2016) Local 537 Interior Piping Mechanical (8-31-2021)Local 537 Cooling Piping (8-31-2021) Plumbers/Locksmiths Local 104 (9-16-2024). . . .