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A-17 Electrical and Transmission Lines (Commercial) (2016-03-18)

Installation, alteration, and repair of transmission lines on public right-of-ways, including erection of poles, guying systems, tower line erection, street lighting of all voltages, and all underground systems including ducts for signal, communication, and similar installations. Installing transformers, circuit breakers, capacitors, primary metering devices and other related equipment of all electrical construction is included. All systems of less than 600 volts on or inside a building are excluded.

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