Labor Management Compliance Council (LMCC) strives to maintain an equal playing field for all construction projects subject to prevailing wage laws in Southern California as well as ensuring that all workers are receiving the correct pay for the work performed. Although LMCC reports non-compliant contractors to the proper enforcing agencies, the Council believes in educating contractors and public agencies on how important it is to abide by the State and Federal laws.



State law requires contractors on public-works projects to pay the prevailing wage and benefits to all workers employed on a public works project when the public works project is over $1,000. 


The Davis-Bacon Act, enacted in 1931, requires contractors to pay the local prevailing wage on most federally funded construction projects. The wage rates are set by the U.S. Department of Labor.


Wage investigations by the United States Department of Labor as well as the Bureau of Field Enforcement are increasing, and that’s good news for contractors who play by the rules.

The Labor Management Compliance Council (LMCC) is a non-profit organization formed for the purpose of maintaining high standards and a level playing field for construction projects subject to prevailing wage laws in the plumbing and piping industry. To achieve this purpose the LMCC carries out an active program to assure that laws governing the public works construction labor laws, public contract laws and contractor license laws are enforced by the public agencies charged with their enforcement. 

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Years of combined experience in the field of Labor Compliance
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(Based on referrals from LMCC to DLSE) from Jan 2021 - current


You can make a difference winning back mechanical jobs stolen from you through contractor fraud and misconduct by reporting non-compliance on public works prevailing wage projects. Just fill out the information below to request a compliance investigation in Southern California.



For questions or for more information, please call 

213-385-LMCC (5622) Ext.100 or fill out the following form:


501 Shatto Place, Suite #260

Los Angeles, CA 90020


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Tel: 213-385-LMCC (5622) Ext.100