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(a) A rough carpenter is a specialty contractor who provides services in the following areas:
(1) framing and lay-up work;
(2) concrete form work;
(3) trusses, beams, and columns;
(4) structural work, (e.g., wood placed for purposes of structural integrity);
(5) partition studs of metal or wood;
(7) roof shingles;
(8) exterior wall sheathing;
(9) roof sheathing;
(11) wooden walkways, rails, treads, and risers;
(13) docks, dock planking, and bull rails;
(14) pilings driven for purposes of foundation for dwellings, warehouses, or similar fixed structures (not pilings for piers, docks, or floats);
(15) heavy timber;
(16) wooden fencing;
(17) metal doors and frames;
(18) metal joists and structural metal framing;
(19) metal or plastic windows;
(20) operable partitions;
(21) overhead door installation; or
(22) scaffold erection.
(b) Rough carpentry is either performed by the contractor or subcontracted to another similarly registered contractor.
History: Eff. 7/26/90, Register 115
Authority: AS 08.01.080
AS 08.18.171 (8)
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