Prevailing Wage Compliance


Certified Payroll Reporting


Both general contractors and subcontractors working on Massport construction contracts must comply with the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law. If the construction is partially or fully funded by the federal government, contractors must comply with the federal Davis-Bacon Act as well as the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law.

Guidelines for Prevailing Wage Compliance
This guide describes the procedures your company needs to follow to comply with state and federal prevailing wage laws when working on a Massport construction contract as well as instructions for certified payroll reporting.

Forms for Massport-Funded Construction Contracts
Weekly Certified Payroll Report Form (Form CP2)
General contractors and subcontractors working on Massport standard construction contracts using hourly workers are required to file Certified Payroll Reports on Massport Form CP2 to comply with the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law. Updated Form CP2 will also address the Workforce Utilization Report requirement, within a single report form.

Statement of Compliance Form
General contractors and subcontractors working on Massport standard construction contracts using hourly workers are required to file the Statement of Compliance Form for certification compliance at the end of each contractor’s work on the contract.

Form for Federally-Funded Construction Contracts
Weekly Federal Certified Payroll Report Form (Form MWH-347A)
General contractors and subcontractors working on Massport federally-funded construction contracts using hourly workers are required to file Certified Payroll Reports on Massport Form MWH-347A to comply with the federal Davis-Bacon Act. Updated Form MWH-347A will also address the Workforce Utilization Report requirement, within a single report form.

Request Forms in Excel Format
The guide and forms available here are in PDF format.  To request forms in Excel format, send an e-mail to prevailingwageauditor@massport.com and include “Request for Excel Forms” in the subject line.