Class Code: 2799
Per NCCI's Scopes Code Description:
Code 2799 is assigned to the setup and installation of manufactured and modular homes. Operations include the use of any lifts, jacks, cranes, or dollies to place home sections onto the foundation or foundation walls, bolting the sections together, and the removal of wheels or axles.
The code includes the hookup of any preinstalled utilities (i.e., electrical, plumbing, telephone, water, sewer, or cable television) in the foundation to connections on the manufactured or modular home by the specialist contractor.
Covering up or hiding the seams of each section of a manufactured home, installing windstorm tie-downs on a manufactured home, or spiking a modular home through the foundation wall is assigned to this classification if done by a dealer or specialty contractor.
Manufactured homes are also known as mobile homes.
Related Operations Not Classified to Code 2799:
Any construction not associated with the original setup, hookup, or installation of the home, or disassembly and reassembly work required to move the home, must be assigned to the applicable construction code. For example, separately rate the following:
Delivery from the factory shop to a dealer lot or customer building site by an outside trucking company must be separately rated to the appropriate trucking classification. Delivery only by the manufacturer is included in Code 2797.
Shop production of manufactured, modular, or prefabricated homes; nonmotorized construction, home-type, medical and bank trailers, and similar portable buildings; campers that are set on pickup trucks; and truck sleepers that are mounted behind the cab of semitrucks are assigned to Code 2797. Installation or repair of the before-mentioned products assembled at the factory site only is also assigned to Code 2797.