Last weekend, NYSDOL posted interim guidance regarding prevailing wage and aggregate construction material delivery. Per the guidance: §222.1 Definitions For the purposes of Section 220 of the Labor Law: • (A) “Worksite” means the area in which the improvements associated with a specific project, as defined in the construction contract and/or as well as any surrounding areas supporting that specific project. The term “worksite” also includes any location of central stockpiled materials, in this State, solely dedicated for use on a specific public work project. • (B) “Aggregate supply construction materials” includes but is not limited to sand, gravel, stone, crushed stone, dirt, soil, millings, and fill. After passing both the Assembly and Senate, the bill was signed by Governor Hochul on February 24, 2022 amending Labor Law (3-a)(f) to require prevailing wage for work involving the delivery and hauling of aggregate supply construction materials. Paragraph f is amended to read as follows: • f. Prevailing wage shall be paid for work performed on a public works [project] worksite pursuant to this section for any work involving the delivery to and hauling from such [projects] worksites of aggregate supply construction materials, as well as any return hauls, whether empty or loaded and any time spent loading/unloading. (NOTE: Matter in italics is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted.) While a formal rulemaking has not yet been filed, the proposed rule is posted as interim guidance and for public awareness. Please send comments or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.