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6006F Scope Sheet
Posted 01 Jun 2008 12:00:01
MARINE PILE DRIVING, DOCK & SEAWALL, JETTY OR
BREAKWATER, DIKE OR REVETMENT CONSTRUCTION—ALL OPERATIONS TO
COMPLETION & DRIVERS
(For reference only. Not to be used for classification of risks for workers compensation purposes.)
237990—Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
Code 6006F includes the construction of jetties, breakwaters, seawalls, groynes, dikes, revetments, etc.
A jetty involves substantially more construction than either a dike or a levee in that it must extend into a
body of water. A jetty will extend from the shore out into the water and will be constructed of heavy
timber cribbing filled with boulders or heavy stones. Frequently a jetty built of stones or boulders will be
topped off with an asphalt surface or with concrete.
Code 6006F includes the construction or repair of wharfs, docks and piers on a body of water. Code
6006F includes floating docks that are attached to these structures, while floating docks used in
boatbuilding or repair are separately rated to the appropriate boatbuilding code. The construction of
groynes (rigid structures built out from a shore to protect the shore from erosion), seawalls, bulkheads,
and jetties or breakwaters including marine pile driving is assignable to this code.
Applies In: Replaced By:
FL Not Applicable
July 2006 Not Applicable
Discontinued: NCCI Schedule and Group:
Not Applicable Schedule 26, Group 265
River work and shoreline construction are included in Code 6006F. The manufacturing of
concrete piles at the job location or the pouring of concrete into hollow steel piles is separately
rated as concrete construction. Caisson or cofferdam work is separately rated as Code 6252—
Shaft Sinking—All Operations. Refer to Code 6004 for land pile driving operations in Florida.
Floating docks used in boatbuilding or repair are separately rated to the appropriate boatbuilding
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Equipment and Materials:
Related Operations Not Classified to Code 6006F:
• Code 6006F is assigned to the wrecking or demolition of piers and wharfs.
• Code 6006F includes carpentry work of decking, railings and boathouses associated with marine
• The construction of docks, seawalls and other similar structures on land prior to installation on
the water is included in Code 6006F. This includes all construction, assembly or prep work
performed at a contractor’s yard prior to installation.
• The construction of a dike as contemplated by Code 6006F involves operations in which an
embankment of earth is thrown up along the edge of the river. The embankment is frequently
paved with loose stone. In addition to the stones, the embankment may be anchored by lumber or
willow mattresses which are laid against the surface of the dike and held down by stone or
piling. Another type of construction involves the building of crib work, which may be filled in
with stone or other types of fill, for the purpose of keeping the embankment in place.
• Revetment work involves a facing or sheathing or woven mattresses of willow, lumber, etc., that
are usually anchored to piles driven a few feet above the mean low water line and extended out
into the river as the work progresses. Ballast stones are placed on the graded dike slope from the
top down into the water's edge. This type of work is performed in the water from work barges
for pile drivers, derrick barges, mat and weaving barges, stone barges, etc.
• Code 6006F is assigned to marine pile driving associated with the construction or repair of
bridges. All other bridge work should be assigned to the appropriate construction classifications.
• Rocks, soil, concrete, asphalt, wood
• Cranes, bulldozers, derricks, barges
• Please refer to Code 5403 for extra-territorial premium determination guidelines that may be
applicable to insureds that have operations outside their headquarters' state.
• Land-based pile driving is assigned to Code 6004 in Florida.
• Structures other than boathouses, decking and railings are assigned to the appropriate
construction classifications (with an ‘F’ load if applicable).
• The manufacturing of concrete piles at the job location or the pouring of concrete into hollow
steel piles is rated as concrete construction.
• Caisson or cofferdam work to be separately rated as Code 6252—Shaft Sinking—All
• Diving operations, including deck hands or other “diving tender” support personnel who assist in
diving activities, conducted in conjunction with marine construction are separately rated to the
appropriate diving code.
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