Construction projects — Notice to be posted by prime contractor — Penalty.
(1) For any construction project costing more than five thousand dollars the prime contractor shall post in plain view for the duration of the construction project a legible notice at the construction job site containing the following:
(a) The legal description, or the tax parcel number assigned pursuant to RCW 84.40.160, and the street address if available, and may include any other identification of the construction site by the prime contractor;
(b) The property owner's name, address, and phone number;
(c) The prime contractor's business name, address, phone number, current state contractor registration number and identification; and
(i) The name, address, and phone number of the office of the lender administering the interim construction financing, if any; or
(ii) The name and address of the firm that has issued a payment bond, if any, on behalf of the prime contractor for the protection of the owner if the bond is for an amount not less than fifty percent of the total amount of the construction project.
(2) For any construction project which requires a building permit under local ordinance, compliance with the posting requirements of RCW 19.27.095 shall constitute compliance with this section. Otherwise, the information shall be posted as set forth in this section.
(3) Failure to comply with this section shall subject the prime contractor to a civil penalty of not more than five thousand dollars, payable to the county where the project is located.
[1991 c 281 § 28; 1984 c 202 § 3.]