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BuildGroup 375 Beale Street

Response to Request for General Contracting Services Fee and General Conditions

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Table of Contents

Proposal Strategy

1

Project Experience

2

Proposed Team

3

References

4

Proposal schedule

5

8th Floor tenant obstacle comments

6

Preliminary Schedule

7

ROM Budget

8

Overhead and Fee

9

Financial Information

10

Insurance

11

Clarifications and Exclusions

12

summary

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Proposed Strategy


Proposed Strategy

Our approach.

Build Group would like to thank Cushman & Wakefield for the opportunity to participate in your RFP for 375 Beale Street. Build Group’s leadership has a combined 193 years of construction experience and has played key roles in some of the most prominent and complex buildings constructed in California. We will utilize that experience to provide exceptional support to Cushman & Wakefield’s team. In taking a proactive approach, our team reviewed the monthly meeting minutes (Authority, 375 Beale Street Status Report - February , 2014). From these notes we took into account several facts including that the 8th Floor existing tenant departure has slid from April of this year to January 1st of next year with no confirmation by that tenant of their departure. This obstacle is keeping Cushman & Wakefield from actively leasing the 3rd, 4th and 5th level spaces to viable tenants since they cannot commit a turnover date. It became immediately apparent that the solution to this obstacle is to allow Cushman & Wakefield to immediately start actively leasing these locations.

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After thorough review of all the documents provided, Build Group is prepared to put forth a proposal, which focuses on achieving occupancy of the 3rd through 5th floors regardless of whether the 8th floor tenant has vacated the premises. This can be accomplished by providing temporary services to the 3rd-5th floor until the permanent infrastructure is in place and ready for connection. Products of detailed analysis, the included schedule, and attached comments illustrate multiple options for providing said services to the 3rd without having access to the floors above. Per Bay Area Headquarters Authority’s (BAHA) meeting minutes (Authority, 2014), Build Group is aware of the current onsite generators and is recommending their use for sustaining building services during all construction phases. As noted in the aforementioned minutes, modification work with generators is planned and will lead to the required removal of a fuel storage tank and the relocation of the fire pump. In the event that this work will overlap with our construction it is Build Group’s intentions to be readily available for team coordination and help this process be as seamless as possible. As noted in BAHA’s meeting minutes (Authority, 375 Beale Street Status Report February , 2014), there is a strong interest in the building, especially for full floor leases, allowing for the approval of lease(s) to take place in the next few months. This would potentially allow for the design of the Tenant Improvement phase to take place before December of 2015 (as mentioned in the Request for Proposal) further accelerating the Tenant Improvement construction schedule and inevitably each floor’s turnover.

Citations Authority, B. A. (2014). 375 Beale Street Status Report - February ., (p. 4). San Francisco. Authority, B. A. (2014). Purchase Order Amendment - Maintain Generator Operation: Technology, Engineering & Construction, Inc. DBA Accutite ($106,000)., (p. 2). San Francisco.

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Project Experience


Nespresso, Office Tenant Improvement san francisco, ca

Owner Nespresso

Architect Goring & Straja Architects

Duration 19 weeks

The first signature Nespresso in San Francisco, this Union Square build out features a modern design in a 100-year-old building. A complete structural rebuild of the first and second floors was conducted to make way for the cafĂŠ and retail spaces. The team remained on a tight schedule while coordinating vendors from across the U.S. and Europe that completed high-end finishes throughout. Architectural features include a floating staircase leading customers from the upper cafĂŠ area into the lower retail space.

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Mithun Corporate Office san francisco, ca

Owner Mithun

Architect Mithun

Corporate office tenant improvement in downtown San Francisco.

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Brobeck, Phleger, and Harrison palo alto, ca

Owner Brobeck, Phleger, and Harrison

Architect Robinson, Mills, and Williams

150,000 sf office tenant improvement - Working for this firm six times, Build Group has never ceased to disappoint Brobeck, Phlegar & Harrison. By utilizing the fast track method of building, Brobeck, Phlegar & Harrison was able to maintain their operations uninterrupted during the construction. This approach minimized disruptions to the firm through careful planning and efficient execution.

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The Castling Group san francisco, ca

Owner The Castling Group

Architect BFHL Architects

8,500 sf office tenant improvement - Located in the historic Ghirardelli Square building, this office build-out features ultra-modern design and finishes to create a high-end visual atmosphere. In order to maintain the design aesthetic, Build Group installed all data and electrical ports with close consideration of the overall aesthetic design.

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Wells Fargo Private Investment Group san jose, ca

Owner Wells Fargo Private Investment Group

Architect Gensler

Project Duration 18 weeks

This 20,000 sf office space has custom lighting and finishes and tastefully designed high-end millwork. Art and furnishings compliment the views towards the hills of San Jose in this tailored interior renovation for Wells Fargo Bank’s Private Investment Group offices.

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1355 Market Street * san francisco, ca

Owner Shorenstein Realty Services

Architect Gensler

Completion 2012

Retrofit and renovate the 1.2 million SF landmark, making it a new home for Twitter and other expanding tech firms. Occupying a full city block, this historic renovation project is converting a dilapidated 11-story furniture warehouse into 900,000

SF of Class A office space. Renovation work included structural upgrades, six new elevators, installation of new MEP systems, and all new rooftop equipment. Among the key features is a 20,000 SF roof deck for Twitter employees on the ninth floor, with a view sweeping across the City. A key component of the project is the preservation of the grand marble lobby in order to keep the iconic architecture. The project is pursuing LEED Gold Certification.

*Completed by Build Group team member prior to joining Build Group.

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Electronic Arts Corporate Headquarters* foster city, ca

Owner Electronic Arts, Inc.

Architect Gensler

This 316,000 sf project included a 4-story steel building, a 9,500 sf auditorium and a 232,500 sf 4-story parking structure. The interior portion of the 2 building, phase 1 campus consisted of corporate office space, employee fitness center, cafeteria with commercial kitchen, client training center and central data facility to service the entire build out of the future 6 building campus. Despite approximately 2 months of building permit delays, the job was delivered on-time and on-budget with all critical design and construction criteria met. The project also included complex N+1 redundancy back up for mechanical and electrical systems that would allow the company to operate at a critical level in the event of power failure.

*Completed by Build Group team member prior to joining Build Group.

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Oracle Headquarters and Parking Structure* redwood shores, ca

Owner Oracle

Duration 12 years

Over a 12 year period Build Group Principals served an integral role in the design and construction of the Oracle Corporate Headquarters. The construction team’s input in the initial stage master design and land planning was critical in seeing this corporate headquarters become a reality. During the ebb and flow of the 12 year construction period, onsite construction challenges included: working in and around an active corporate office campus; the high demands of schedule dictated by the hiring trends of Oracle; and the integration of high end finishes/ cutting edge materials into each lobby and interior during the final phases of construction. The structural system of the parking structures consists of one-way, cast-in-place, post-tensioned concrete slab supported on precast, pre-stressed concrete beams supported on concrete columns. The lateral load-resisting system utilizes castin-place concrete shear walls. Foundation system: precast concrete driven piles (Oracle 420 & 520), precast concrete (Oracle 220).

*Completed by Build Group team member prior to joining Build Group.

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LucasFilm Campus* san francisco, ca

Owner LucasFilm, Ltd.

Architect Gensler, HKS

Completion Date June 2011

The project includes three state of the art theatres, motion capture room, employee fitness center, corporate office space, cafeteria, and day care facility. The team’s involvement during design development resulted in a structural system utilizing which optimized all space requirements by the client. The team organized for an onsite concrete batch plant, which allowed them to place 1,700,000 gross sf of structure in just 8 months. The 17 acres park landscape and interior improvements were sequenced concurrently with the building schedule. The bulk of the interior space was conditioned and serviced through a raised access floor system that allowed for ultimate flexibility in space and programmatic churn while providing the best working environment.

*Completed by Build Group team member prior to joining Build Group.

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Proposed Team


Proposed Team

Eric Owen Preconstruction Executive

Our proposed team structure

Michael Appleton Cushman & Wakefield

Eric Horn Project Sponsor

Kevin Smith Scheduling / Logistics John Hammons MEP/BIM Manager Darcie Reynolds Estimator

core team Jamileh Cannon Project Manager

Ryan Browne Superintendent

TBD Project Engineer #1

Doug Ludlow Superintendent

TBD Project Engineer #2

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Project Executive

Eric Horn

LEED@ AP

A top tier leader of the Bay Area building community, Eric brings over 30 years of building expertise in the construction industry. In 2007, Eric cofounded Build Group with a mission of gathering a group of builders together that are committed to making real, innovative, and definable differences in the built environment. As COO, Eric directs construction activities for the company and oversees company operations to manage processes, profit, systems and workforce organization. He also leads the company’s marketing and entrepreneurial endeavors into new markets.

Education / Credentials B.S. Civil Engineering California Polytechnical State University, San Luis Obispo LEED Accredited Professional California General Building License Class B

Relevant Experience Oracle Corporate Headquarters ­ edwood City, CA R 6 buildings, 8-16 stories each, 1,554,000 sf, 4 concrete parking structures, 5 stories each Foundry Square San Francisco, CA 3 buildings, 11 stories each, 1,294,468 sf, 4 total levels below grade parking Lucas Film, Presidio San Francisco, CA 4 buildings, 4-stories each, 893,000 sf, 3 levels below grade parking LEED Gold Certified Broadway 655 San Diego, CA 23-story commercial office building, 2 levels retail, 695,000 sf, 3 levels above grade, 2 levels below grade parking Seahaus Condominiums La Jolla, CA Mixed-use 13 buildings, 2 to 3 stories, 236,000 sf, Residential & retail, 1 level below grade parking 45 Lansing San Francisco, CA 39-story tower, 453,396 sf, 320 units, 4 levels subterranean parking

VA Hospital Solar Canopy Installation Bay Pines, FL 1.6MW on hospital campus VA Hospital Solar Canopy Installation Martinez, CA 0.504MW on hospital campus East Side Union High School District Solar Canopy Installation San Jose, CA 7MW on 13 school campuses, 655 T ­structures, DSA Project Camp Jejune Solar Canopy Installation North Carolina 1.3MW on 2 locations, 135 T structures, NAVFAC project VA Hospital Solar Canopy Installation, Phase I & II West Los ­Angeles, CA 2 MW on hospital campus, 626 T structures, 562,293 sf elevated ­structure Foothill College Solar Canopy Installation, Phase I & II Los Altos, CA 2MW on college campus, 216 T structures, 150,889 sf of elevated structures, DSA project

973 Market San Francisco, CA 9-story building, 67 apartment units, 67,540 sf tenant improvement

Letterman Digital Arts CenterExecutive Offices San Francisco, CA 65,00 sf interior buildout, extensive millwork, vaulted ceilings, $10.5 million

Epiphany Hotel Palo Alto, CA 57,000 sf remodel, 86 luxurious hotel rooms and suites

Electronic Arts Campus Redwood Shores, CA

Maxwell Parking Garage Berkeley, CA 2-level parking garage, 1.5-level subterranean parking, 440-546 parking space garage Alma del Pueblo Santa Barbara 97,692 sf mixed-use building, 37 condominiums, green roof garden and public market

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Radisson Hotel South San Francisco, CA California Academy of Sciences Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA 409,178 sf, 5-story museum, LEED Platinum Certified


Preconstruction Executive

Eric Owen

Eric Owen brings over 20 years of experience in construction as a Project Engineer, Project Manager, to Chief Estimator, and Business Development Manager. His strong skills in Preconstruction and client relations, leads him to successfully identify and bring value to projects. Eric has strong talents for working with both clients and contractors to get the team going in the right direction. His overall quality, performance, and customer satisfaction are fully realized.

Education / Credentials B.S. Construction Management, California State University, Chico

Relevant Experience Hog Island Oyster Company Restaurant San Francisco, CA $2 million build-out in San Francisco Ferry Building

Residence Inn by Marriott Pleasanton, CA 100,000 sf hotel, 3 building wood framed structure, 135 guest rooms

Crystal Jade Restaurant San Francisco, CA 20,000 sf signature restaurant

San Francisco Towers San Francisco, CA 13-story, 250-unit life care facility, 4 levels subterranean parking, OSHPD

5th Avenue Office Building San Rafael, CA Regal Cinemas at LA Live, Los Angeles 14-cinema theater project Metroplex Office Centre Concord, CA 237,250 sf 10-story office building, artic blue glass and granite exterior, lobbies built with imported Italian marble walls and floors Cypress Hotel Cupertino, CA 9-story, design-build, 4-star hotel, 224 guest rooms, meeting rooms and a highend restaurant 400 Castro Street Mountain View, CA 370,000 sf, 4-story, design-build office building, cast-in-place subterranean parking with 6-story structural office building above, German Stone exterior using a Cygnus System Robinson Oil Corporation Headquarters Santa Clara, CA Preconstruction for new office headquarters Lonetree Center Brentwood, CA Multiple ground-up buildings with 35,000 sf of site construction EmeryStation 3 Parking Garage Emeryville, CA 251,000 sf, design-build parking structure, 1 level below grade, 4 levels above, cast-in-place parking structure

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US Geological Survey Menlo Park, CA 3 levels of laboratory and office space San Antonio Center Mountain View, CA 2-level mixed-use podium supporting, 330 residential units, 286,000 sf of elevated deck Trinity Plaza, Phase II San Francisco, CA 23 stories, 340,000 sf, high-rise residential Crescent Village Buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 San Jose, CA 5 buildings: 237,948 sf, 241,308 sf, 204,560 sf, 205,930 sf, 192,007 sf, mixed-use, luxury rental units H5 San Francisco, CA Multi-floor tenant improvement Intuit San Francisco, CA Office build out Club Nokia at L.A. Live Los Angeles, CA Park Place Restaurant Cupertino, CA Regal Cinemas at L.A. Live Los Angeles, CA


Estimator

Darcie Reynolds Darcie has a rich estimating history with experience working on a multitude of challenging projects ranging from $200,000 to $80 million. Her ability to communicate with a variety of people and her inventive approach to all projects make her a key component of a successful preconstruction team. With extensive work in the Northern California area, she also brings the benefit of long-term relationships with architects, engineers, subcontractors and vendors throughout the region. Her expertise ranges from tenant improvement to ground-up laboratories to education buildings.

Education / Credentials B.S. Engineering Santa Clara University

LEED@ AP

Relevant Experience 1355 Market Street Building Renovation San Francisco, CA Conversion of 900,000 sf warehouse into office space, historic building project pursuing LEED Gold Certification San Rafael Corporate Center Campus San Rafael, CA 282,000sf, two new 4-story office buildings and 4-story parking structure. LEED Gold Certified. 259 East Grand Shell and Core South San Francisco, CA 170,000 sf 5-story office building and tenant build-out 455 Mission Bay, Block 26 South San Francisco, CA 219,000 sf, two, 5-story office and research buildings, LEED Gold Certified UC Davis, Brewery, Winery and Food Pilot Facility Davis, CA Design-build, $16 million, teaching and research facility, classrooms, offices, labs, LEED Platinum Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula, Marina Campus Monterey, CA 10-acre site, $20 million, medical office building and adjacent health and wellness center, OSHPD-III, LEED Silver Certified Alma del Pueblo Santa Barbara, CA 97,692 sf mixed-use building, 37 condominiums, green roof garden and public market Illumina, Lab and Office Tenant Improvement Hayward, CA 3 phases including relocation of the second floor facilities to the first floor

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1800 Van Ness San Francisco, CA 98-unit luxury condominium 8-story concrete, 2-story below grade parking 35 Dolores San Francisco, CA 51,580 sf 4-level wood frame residential building, 38 residential units 1 level subterranean parking 45 Lansing San Francisco, CA 39-story tower, 453,396 sf, 320 units, 4 levels subterranean parking 101 Polk San Francisco, CA 154,196 sf, 13-story tower, 162 units, 1 level below-grade parking 973 Market San Francisco, CA 9-story building, 67 apartment units, 67,540 sf tenant improvement 1415 Mission San Francisco, CA 138,512 sf, 12-story building, 121 units, 2 levels below-grade parking 2558 Mission San Francisco, CA 151,379 sf 8-story mixed-use building, 114 condominium units, 14,750 sf of ground level retail, 1 level subterranean parking Epiphany Hotel Palo Alto, CA 57,000 sf remodel, 86 luxurious hotel rooms and suites Renoir Hotel 1100 Market Street San Francisco, CA Estimating Coordination for tenant improvement projects The Metropolitan San Francisco, CA 416,500 sf mixed-use building with residential, street-level retail, subteranean parking and common areas


Scheduling / Logistics

Kevin Smith Kevin Smith brings over 25 years of construction experience to the Build Group team. He began his career in the field and worked up to Superintendent, Project Manager, and Project Director. As Project Director, Kevin is responsible for budgeting, cost reporting, scheduling, contract management, estimating, and commissioning. His broad range of project experience includes life science, education, residential, hospitality, and public work.

Education / Credentials Solano Community College LEED Green Associate California General Building License Class B

LEED@ GA

Relevant Experience Systron Donner Expansion Walnut Creek, CA Tennant Improvement of 24000, square foot office building with some manufacturing equipment added Mechanics Bank Office Expansion Walnut Creek, CA Renovation of an 80,000 SF office building including new Mechanical, Phone and Data, Fire alarm and Fire sprinklers and finishes Tesoro Tank 902 Carson, CA Siesmic upgrade and repairs to a 248,000 SF In ground fue reservoir built in 1928 Mt Diablo Region YMCA Concord, CA Renovation and expansion of an existing, operating 20,000 sf fitness facility Christ the King Catholic Church Pleasant Hill, CA Construction of a 10,000 sf new Classroom, Admin and Library building Making Waves School Richmond, CA TI Buildout of existing 20,000 SF Tiltup Building to House new Junior High Aragon High School Theater San Mateo, CA 320 Seat Performing Arts theater with Accoustic rated ventilation system and theatrical rigging, Lighting, Tension Grids, Stage, Balcony etc. Armed Forces Reserve Center Concord, CA 120,000 SF design Build military Facility with Motorpool Building, Office Buiding, Site improvements and Solar Array USPS Expansion San Jose, CA 200,000 SF tilt-up expansion of an existing Postal Facility

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Genentech Facility Expansion Vacaville, CA Civil package for 4 buildings totaling 1,500,000 SF. 13000 cubic yard matslab with base Isolator pedestals, concrete decks, cooling tower, etc. Our Savior Middle School Livermore, CA Conversion of a 25,000 SF historic winery building Into a Junior High Classroom and Admin Building Lawrence Berkeley Labs, Advanced Light Source User Support Building Berkeley, CA Design and Construction of a 30,000 SF LEED Gold User support building with Labs, Admin, Meeting areas and Experiment erection complete with Gantry Crane Blackhawk Country Club Danville, CA Remodel of the existing 14000 sf Clubhouse and restaurant. Construction of a new 20,000 SF Proshop, Cartbarn, and Banquet facility complete with Bar, Mezzanine, Commercial Kitchen and site improvements Los Positas College Performing Arts Theater Livermore, CA State of the art performing Arts and training facility Designed by John Sergio Fischer. Includeed 450 seat theater, Black Box theater and outdoor ampitheater as well as classrooms, staging and costume areas and site Improvements Tesoro Central Control Room Carson, CA 12,000 SF tilt-up building with site improvements. Pressurized and Blast resistant where all refinery unit controls were consolidated.


Project Manager

Jamileh Cannon Jamileh Cannon brings over 9 years of architecture and construction field experience to Build Group. As a registered California architect, she possesses the unique ability to easily understand a designer’s intent and the constraints of the building process. She is able to facilitate smooth collaboration and the quick mitigation of issues that arise on all projects. Jamileh has extensive experience in constructability review recommendations, construction phasing plans and working in occupied buildings with a gifted ability to bring architectural plans to fruition.

Education / Credentials Bachelor of Architecture, California Polytechnical State University Registered Architect, California LEED Accredited Professional

LEED@ AP, RA

Relevant Experience Alma del Pueblo Santa Barbara, CA 97,692 sf mixed-use building, 37 condominiums, green roof garden and public market SFUSD School San Francisco, CA All work completed in occupied buildings, during school hours, structural retrofits, interior additions, major plumbing rework, upgrades to bathrooms, building access and coordination with DSA Theresa Mahler Child Development Center San Francisco, CA Modernization of fire life safety and handicap accessibility upgrades, structural reinforcement to the existing foundation, additional retaining wall built, project completed on time and under budget, major structural renovation work including the construction of a 50-foot tall by 300-foot long retaining wall Mission Child Development Center San Francisco, CA Modernization upgrades to existing public school Edison Charter Academy San Francisco, CA Modernization upgrades to existing K-8 public school

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Buena Vista Elementary School San Francisco, CA Modernization upgrades to existing public school, addition of interior elevator, project completed 5 months early and under budget Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley, CA 150,000 sf laboratory facility, design & coordination of building typologies, schematic design alternatives, coordination of MEP and architectural design elements M.Y. China Restaurant Westfield Centre San Francisco, CA 6,800 sf signature restaurant build out, high-end, high-class, exhibition style eating experience, custom eucalyptus woodwork, laser cut metal screens and antique Chinese furnishings


Superintendent

Ryan Browne Ryan has over 16 years of experience in the construction industry beginning as a carpenter apprentice. Work experience includes healthcare, life science, advanced technology, commercial office, and seismic retrofits. With a strong focus on planning and site logistics, he is accomplished at all phases from preconstruction through project completion.

Certifications Certified Quality SWPPP Practitioner CESSWI Certified OSHA 30-Hour Certified

Relevant Experience Genentech, Building 10 Project Olive Vacaville, CA $40 million, 135,000 sf, ground-up building to house offices, 10,000 sf cafeteria, training center, 3,500 sf data center, 7,200 sf of labs Wareham Development Emeryville, CA $2.5 million, 20,000 sf, Amyris, Office space build out to service adjoining lab facilities 365 Main, LA Ph2 Data Center Oakland, CA 17,000 sf, four-story data center shell upgrade to increase power and HVAC density of 150 watts/psi. The upgrade entails approximately 50,000 sf of data center floor including associated support electric rooms located on all four floors. the site will have a new equipment yard to house new back-up powef generators and utility service. 2121 Third Street San Francisco, CA 117,198 sf 7 & 8-story structural concrete building, 105 apartment units, 1 level below grade parking with car stackers LPCH-I Expansion Phase II Palo Alto, CA $550 million, 547,000sf, OSHPD, two parking levels below 2 bedtowers, 5 stories each, 150 private patient rooms. New concrete, steel frame childrens hospital adjacent to existing facility. Apple Store Stanford, CA $12 million, 12,000 sf, demolition of existing building and construction of new retail space.

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Genentech, RO Upgrades Vacaville, CA $12 million, new ozonization systems, oxygen distribution from central storage, and upgrades to piping materials Wareham Development Emeryville, CA $17 million, 70,000 sf, Amyris Tl, Pharmaceutical lab tenant improvement Genentech, Project CARVE Vacaville, CA $12 million, modifications to the existing CCP2 manufacturing facility to allow contract manufacturing. Genentech, B3 Seismic Upgrades South San Francisco, CA $11 million, structural seismic reinforcement to an existing manufacturing complex including exterior piles and foundation for external buttresses that was tied to the existing structure. K2 Pure Solutions Pittsburg CA $80 million, salt to bleach plant. The project will use nearly 1 million gallons of water per day, 36 MW of power and produce up to 400 tons of bleach per day. Genentech, CCP-2 Vacaville, CA $410 million, 250,000sf, largest fermentation plant in the world, new manufacturing plant, utilities plant and new cGMP warehouse


Superintendent

Doug Ludlow Doug Ludlow has 35 years of building experience. With a wide variety of projects to his credit, Doug has led concrete, core and shell, high-rise, midrise and tenant improvement projects. Known for his ability to push schedules and problem solve, he keeps projects with aggressive time-frames running smoothly. Doug also places heavy importance on safety while running all operations, keeping workers safe and preventing lost time.

Relevant Experience Oracle Pleasanton, CA 150,000 sf 5-story office building gym, full restaurant & kitchen, 400,000 sf 4-story poured in place parking garage 400 Castro Mountain View, CA Core & shell office space project, 4.5 stories subterranean parking totalling 100,000 sf, 6 stories above grade structural steel building totalling 650,000 sf 2121 Third Street San Francisco, CA 117,198 sf 7 & 8-story structural concrete building, 105 apartment units, 1 level below grade parking with car stackers 105 apartment units Tower 88 San Jose, CA 330,000 sf 22-story condominium building, 3.5 levels subterranean & 1 level above grade parking, 215,000 sf of common area & parking San Jose State Student Housing San Jose, CA 5-building student housing complex: two 6-story, two 10-story & one 16-story building, totalling 1,000,000 sf Emeryville Station Parking Garage Emeryville, CA 350,000 sf 3-level parking garage

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BIM Director

John Hammons John Hammons leads the adoption of BIM tools and innovation within the company. He reviews project contract conditions to ensure compliance with contract terms in relation to BIM. He also assists project teams in determining required Subcontractor contracts, participation and functions for assigned projects, including model submittal schedule and updates as well as updating of the model(s) to reflect as-built conditions for submittal of the record set / project close-out. John is also responsible for managing all BIM MEP coordination and is part of the Preplanning team.

Education / Certifications A.S. Electro-Mechanical Drafting & Design Las Positas College

Relevant Experience Clorox Pleasanton, CA 360,000 sf, span of 6 buildings, ground up construction of 60,000 sf pilot plant and warehouse, interior improvements to 5 existing buildings, $80 million

Mercy General Hospital Expansion Sacramento, CA New 5-story wing to existing hospital, new patient rooms and surgery center, 75,000 sf, $35 million

Letterman Digital Arts CenterExecutive Offices San Francisco, CA 65,00 sf interior buildout, extensive millwork, vaulted ceilings, $10.5 million

Mission Place, N1 Block San Francisco, CA Mixed use, 595 apartment units

Utah Data Center Salt Lake City, Utah New NSA data center comprised of 4 separate data center buildings, 4 generator plants, 4 cooling plants and 2 fuel stations, 900,000 sf, $1.2 billion PAMF Medical Office Building and Parking Structure Sunnyvale, CA The new 120,000 sf, 2-story medical facility will house 70 primary care physicians and specialists. 120,000 sf MOB and 45,000 sf parking structure UCSF Women’s and Children’s Hospital at Mission Bay San Francisco, CA 6-story hospital and medical office building project in the Mission Bay, new energy center for the campus, women’s and children’s specialty hospital, 875,000 sf, $1.6 billion UCSF Institute for Regenerative Medicine San Francisco, CA 4-story split level researcher housing, 46,000 sf, $123 million Sutter Medical Center at Castro Valley Castro Valley, CA SMCCV, a new, state-of-the-art 130-bed hospital, 80,000 sf, $320 million

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Kaiser San Ramon MOB San Ramon, CA Renovation of 3-story, 90,000 sf office building into a medical office building, $25 million The Infinity at 300 Spear, Phase II San Francisco, CA 43-story cast-in-place condominium tower, $160 million Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life Palo Alto, CA 12 buildings on 8 acres, mixed-use community center with senior living facility The Cathedral of Christ the Light Oakland, CA Cathedral complex, 1000+seat sanctuary, glulam frame, exterior curtain wall and zinc roof, $80 million Legacy Apartments Hollywood, CA 1 1 million sf of luxury apartments and retail Century / Avenue of the Stars Los Angeles, CA San Francisco International Airport Expansion San Francisco, CA


References


References

Who can vouch for us.

Craig Hartman SOM 415.503.8696

Duane Carlson Avalon Bay Communities 408.983.1500

Dean Givas Oyster Development Corp 415.298.3326

Joan Price Gensler 415.728.6412

Alex Samek KOR Group 424.244.1729

Marc Babsin Emerald Fund 415.489.1313

Joel Roos Pacific Union 415.929.6708

Toby Levy Levy Design Partners 415.777.0561

Sal Masotto Westfield San Francisco Center 415.268.8343 (MY China and 10+ Restaurants)

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Proposed Schedule


Proposed Schedule

Comments on the schedule.

Build Group spent a lot of time trying to decide the best approach to this project. We feel both the Infrastructure part of the project as well as the Tenant Improvement side can be accomplish with a large portion of overlap. This overlap creates efficiencies and cost savings to both the tenant and landlord, more importantly our means and methods expedites the delivery of the future operational tenants. It is important to note that Build Group’s schedule emphasizes the Prelease and Preconstruction part of the schedule over the Construction Schedule. It is all about making commitments of Turnover Dates to Cushman & Wakefield. It is about having time to do Do Diligence to make those commitments. It is important to note that Build Group’s confirmation of drawings from fitting plans through CD’s and permit drawing from both James Mallery, project architect, and Sara Anderson, director of Interior Design, both with Perkins and Will. Obviously at this early stage we need a lot more information from the Cushman & Wakefield Team in order to solidify those Turnover Dates.

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8th floor tenant obstacle comments


8th Floor Tenant Obstacle Comments

Our understanding of what you want.

After reviewing Bay Area Headquarters Authority (BAHA) monthly meeting minutes dated as early as September 2013, it is clear that the 8th floor tenant has not confirmed leaving by January 1st. Our recommendation is to allow Cushman & Wakefield to proceed with signing tenant leases as the opportunity becomes available. In order to accomplish this we have been looking at several options in order to give the new tenants temporary occupancy. After meeting with several mechanical engineers we have come up with several options, all of them include the coordination with the existing onsite generators to provide temporary power and life safety. These options are as follow:

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1. Install duct and piping risers on the exterior of the building in five (5) locations, four (4) shall be for supply and return ductwork, and one (1) shall be for general building exhaust. These risers would run to the 5th floor, where they would enter the building, and be connected to the shafts as they are shown on the Conformed Set. The exterior risers and shafts shall be demolished once the core & shell systems have been run to the 5th floor, where they shall connect to the duct and piping as shown on the Conformed Set. 2. Install four (4) temporary air handling units on the 2nd floor. This would require chilled water be run to the temporary air handling units, which we would run from the roof similar to Option 1 above. The air handling units would deliver supply and return air to the shafts shown on the Conformed Set. In addition, we would furnish and install one (1) temporary general exhaust fan to address building pressurization. The temporary systems shall be demolished once the core & shell systems have been run to the 5th floor, where they shall connect to the duct and piping as shown on the Conformed Set.

3. Decommission an elevator shaft to run the supply, return, and exhaust duct from the roof to the 5th floor. From there, the duct shall be run to the existing shafts as defined in the Conformed Set. The temporary rooftop and shaft ductwork shall be removed once the core and shell systems are run to the 5th floor, where they shall connect to the duct and piping as shown. After reviewing each of these potential possibilities, option 3 appears to be the easiest and most economical. This choice also allows for the smoothest conversion from temporary to permanent building services.

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Preliminary Schedule


Preliminary Schedule

Speed matters.

Please see attached preliminary project schedule.

P r e limin a ry Sc h e d u le


375 BEALE ST OVERALL SCHEDULE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE BUILD GROUP INC SUBJECT TO CHANGE ID 1 2 20 21 22 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 88

Task Name

Infrastructure GC Bid Phase Design Phase Infrastructure Pricing Submittals Infrastructure Construction Level 3 Electrical Mobilization Transformers Sub Panels  Rough In Emergency Lighting Mechanical Mobilization 4 HVAC Distribution Loops Hot Water Loop Fire Protection Mobilization Remove existing lines Install Sprinkler Loops Install Sprinker Heads Life Safety DDC/BMS Controls Elevator Lobby Finishes Lighting Elevator Doors Hoistway Paint Carpet & Wall Base Corridor Floors Level 4 Level 5

112

Tenant Improvement Construction

116

Turnover Grand Opening

120

Duration

Start

Finish

ry 1 1/19

259 days Tue 3/25/14

Fri 3/20/15

59 days Tue 3/25/14 34 days Mon 6/16/14 21 days Fri 8/1/14

Fri 6/13/14 Thu 7/31/14 Fri 8/29/14

22 days

Fri 8/1/14

March 1 2/16 3/16

May 1 4/13 5/11

6/16

6/8

July 1 7/6

34 days

8/3

September 1 8/31 9/28

November 1 10/26 11/23

January 1 12/21 1/18

March 1 2/15 3/15

Design Phase 8/1

21 days

Infrastructure Pricing

Mon 9/1/14

70 days Mon 9/1/14 Fri 12/5/14 50 days Mon 9/1/14 Fri 11/7/14 37 days Mon 9/1/14 Tue 10/21/14 2 days Mon 9/1/14 Tue 9/2/14 35 days Wed 9/3/14 Tue 10/21/14 35 days Wed 9/3/14 Tue 10/21/14 35 days Wed 9/3/14 Tue 10/21/14 50 days Mon 9/1/14 Fri 11/7/14 2 days Mon 9/1/14 Tue 9/2/14 48 days Wed 9/3/14 Fri 11/7/14 48 days Wed 9/3/14 Fri 11/7/14 50 days Mon 9/1/14 Fri 11/7/14 2 days Mon 9/1/14 Tue 9/2/14 48 days Wed 9/3/14 Fri 11/7/14 48 days Wed 9/3/14 Fri 11/7/14 48 days Wed 9/3/14 Fri 11/7/14 50 days Mon 9/1/14 Fri 11/7/14 50 days Mon 9/1/14 Fri 11/7/14 8 days Wed 9/24/14 Fri 10/3/14 5 days Wed 9/24/14 Tue 9/30/14 1 day Wed 10/1/14 Wed 10/1/14 1 day Wed 10/1/14 Wed 10/1/14 1 day Thu 10/2/14 Thu 10/2/14 1 day Fri 10/3/14 Fri 10/3/14 3 days Tue 9/30/14 Thu 10/2/14 50 daysMon 9/15/14 Fri 11/21/14 50 daysMon 9/29/14 Fri 12/5/14 78 days Tue Thu 3/12/15 11/25/14 54 days

Tue 1/6/15

Fri 3/20/15

1 day

Fri 3/20/15

Fri 3/20/15

9/1

Mobilization

9/3

35 days

Transformers

9/3

35 days

Sub Panels 

9/3

35 days

Rough In Emergency Lighting

9/1

Mobilization

9/3

48 days

4 HVAC Distribution Loops

9/3

48 days

Hot Water Loop

9/1

Mobilization

9/3

48 days

Remove existing lines

9/3

48 days

Install Sprinkler Loops

9/3

48 days

Install Sprinker Heads

9/1

50 days

Life Safety

9/1

50 days

DDC/BMS Controls

9/24

5  Lighting

10/1

Elevator Doors

10/1

Hoistway

10/2

Paint

10/3

Carpet & Wall Base

9/30

Corridor Floors

3/20 Page 1

May 4/12


375 BEALE ST OVERALL SCHEDULE FOR TENANT IMPROVEMENT BUILD GROUP INC SUBJECT TO CHANGE ID

Task Name

Duration

Start

Finish March 2014

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 44 49 54 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67

Tenant 1

226 days?

Fri 4/4/14

Fri 2/13/15

Prelease

70 days?

Mon 4/7/14

Fri 7/11/14

40 days Mon 4/7/14 10 days Mon 6/2/14 5 days Mon 6/16/14 10 days Mon 6/23/14 3 days Tue 7/1/14 1 day Fri 7/4/14 5 days Mon 7/7/14

Fri 5/30/14 Fri 6/13/14 Fri 6/20/14 Fri 7/4/14 Thu 7/3/14 Fri 7/4/14 Fri 7/11/14

24 days? Mon 7/14/14

Thu 8/14/14

Cushman Wakefield (CW) Procures Tenant Fitting Plan Approval of Fitting Plan by Tennant Build Group (BG) budgets Fitting Plan BG completes Overall Schedule CW approvees BG Budget & Overall Schedule LOI

Lease CW submits LOI Landlord accepts LOI Lease Negotiations Lease is Signed

Preconstruction Concept Drawing Stage Concept Design Drawings CW Approves Concept Design Build Group Budgets Concept Drawings Build Group Schedules Concept Drawings CW Reviews approves Concept Budget & Schedule CW& BG decide on a Construction Contingency to be added to Concept Budget

Schematic Drawing Stage Schematic Design Drawings Tenant Approves Schematic Design Build Group Budgets Schematic Drawings Build Group Schedules Schematic Drawings Tenant Reviews approves Concept Budget & Schedule CH & BG reduce the Construction Contingency to Schmatic Budget

MEPS Engineering Stage (Design Build) MEPS Engineers writes Proforma for MEPS DB Team reviews & approves MEPS Proforma Build Group bids Proforma to MEPS subcontractors (Minimum of 3# bidders/trade) Build Group contracts with MEPS subcontractors (Drawings Only)

Mechanical Electrical & Life Safety Plumbing Fire Protection

Design Development Stage Architect does DD Drawings Architects incorporate MEPS Engineering Dwgs into DD Drawings Build Group Revises Schedule for DD Drawings CW approves DD Drawings & Schedule Build Group budgets D Drawings w/approved Schedule Cushman Wakefield reviews & approves Final Budget CW & BG meet & agree to a reduction of Construction Contingency

2 days 1 day 20 days 1 day

Mon 7/14/14 Wed 7/16/14 Thu 7/17/14 Thu 8/14/14

Tue 7/15/14 Wed 7/16/14 Wed 8/13/14 Thu 8/14/14

185 days?

Fri 4/4/14

Thu 12/18/14

26 days? Mon 7/14/14

Mon 8/18/14

10 days 2 days 10 days 5 days 2 days 1 day

Mon 7/14/14 Mon 7/28/14 Wed 7/30/14 Thu 8/7/14 Thu 8/14/14 Mon 8/18/14

Fri 7/25/14 Tue 7/29/14 Tue 8/12/14 Wed 8/13/14 Fri 8/15/14 Mon 8/18/14

29 days? Mon 7/28/14

Thu 9/4/14

15 days Mon 7/28/14 2 days Mon 8/18/14 10 days Wed 8/20/14 2 days Thu 8/28/14 2 days Mon 9/1/14

Fri 8/15/14 Tue 8/19/14 Tue 9/2/14 Fri 8/29/14 Tue 9/2/14

2 days

Wed 9/3/14

Thu 9/4/14

33 days? Wed 7/30/14

Fri 9/12/14

10 days Wed 7/30/14 2 days Wed 8/13/14 10 days Fri 8/15/14

Tue 8/12/14 Thu 8/14/14 Thu 8/28/14

2 days

Fri 8/29/14

Mon 9/1/14

9 days 9 days 9 days 9 days? 185 days?

Tue 9/2/14 Tue 9/2/14 Tue 9/2/14 Tue 9/2/14 Fri 4/4/14

Fri 9/12/14 Fri 9/12/14 Fri 9/12/14 Fri 9/12/14 Thu 12/18/14

15 days Mon 8/18/14 10 days Mon 9/8/14

Fri 9/5/14 Fri 9/19/14

3 days 2 days 10 days

Tue 9/16/14 Fri 9/19/14 Tue 9/23/14

Thu 9/18/14 Mon 9/22/14 Mon 10/6/14

5 days

Tue 10/7/14

Mon 10/13/14

1 day Tue 10/14/14

Tue 10/14/14

2nd Quarter April 2014 4/4 226 days? 4/7 4/7

May 2014

June 2014

3rd Quarter July 2014

70 days?

August 2014

September 2014

4th Quarter October 2014

November 2014

December 2014

1st Quarter January 2015

Prelease

40 days 6/2

Cushman Wakefield (CW) Procures Tenant 10 day Fitting Plan 6/16 5 d Approval of Fitting Plan by Tennant 6/23 10 day Build Group (BG) budgets Fitting Plan 7/1 3 BG completes Overall Schedule 7/4 CW approvees BG Budget & Overall Schedule 7/7 5 d LOI 7/14

24 days?

Lease

7/14 CW submits LOI 7/16 Landlord accepts LOI 7/17 20 days Lease Negotiations 8/14 Lease is Signed 4/4

185 days?

Preconstruction 7/14 7/14

26 days?

Concept Drawing Stage 

10 day Concept Design Drawings  7/28 CW Approves Concept Design 7/30 10 days Build Group Budgets Concept Drawings 8/7 5 da Build Group Schedules Concept Drawings 8/14 CW Reviews approves Concept Budget & Schedule 8/18 CW& BG decide on a Construction Contingency to be added to Concept Budget

7/28 7/28

29 days?

Schematic Drawing Stage

15 days Schematic Design Drawings  8/18 Tenant Approves Schematic Design 8/20 10 days Build Group Budgets Schematic Drawings 8/28 Build Group Schedules Schematic Drawings 9/1 Tenant Reviews approves Concept Budget & Schedule 9/3

7/30 7/30

33 days?

MEPS Engineering Stage (Design Build)

10 days MEPS Engineers writes Proforma for MEPS  8/13 DB Team reviews & approves MEPS Proforma 8/15 10 days Build Group bids Proforma to MEPS subcontractors (Minimum of 3# bidders/trade)  8/29 9/2 9/2 9/2 9/2

4/4

CH & BG reduce the Construction Contingency to Schmatic Budget

2  Build Group contracts with MEPS subcontractors (Drawings Only) 9 days 9 days 9 days 9 days

Mechanical  Electrical & Life Safety Plumbing Fire Protection 

185 days?

 Design Development Stage 8/18

15 days Architect does DD Drawings 9/8 10 day Architects incorporate MEPS Engineering Dwgs into DD Drawings 9/16 3 Build Group Revises Schedule for DD Drawings 9/19 2  CW approves DD Drawings & Schedule 9/23 10 days Build Group budgets D Drawings w/approved Schedule 10/7

5 da Cushman Wakefield reviews & approves Final Budget

10/14

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CW & BG meet & agree to a reduction of Construction Contingency

February 2015 Tenant 1

March 2015

2nd Quarter April 2015


375 BEALE ST OVERALL SCHEDULE FOR TENANT IMPROVEMENT BUILD GROUP INC SUBJECT TO CHANGE ID

Task Name

Duration

Start

Finish March 2014

68 69 74 75 76 77 78 79

80 81 82 83

84 85 86 87 96 101 106 110 116 121 125 134 139 140

Permit Stage Construction Documents Stage Architect does CD Drawings Architects incorporate MEPS Engineering Dwgs into CD Drawings Build Group Revises Schedule for CD Drawings CW approves Final CD Drawings & Schedule Build Group bids Final CD Drawings w/approved Schedule (Minimum of 3# bidders/trade) Cushman Wakefield reviews final bids & approves Final Budget Build Group issues LOI to Subcontractors CW & BG meet & agree to a final reduction of Construction Contingency CW considers Design Contingency for Project to be Incorporated into Final Contract amount (Optional) Final Contract Amount is incorporated into Approved Contract

Submittals HVAC (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget) Electrical (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget) Plumbing (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget) Fire Protection (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget) Millwork Steel Work Doors & Hardware Stone & Tile Wood Floors (option)

Construction  ROUGH CONSTRUCTION

141

 MOBILIZATION

142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165

 Layout  Wall layout  Lighting Layout  Millwork Layout by Build Group  Structural Steel @ Storefront?  Install Walls   Millworker Confirms Layout Install All Backing  Install Door Jambs  Install Ductwork & Lineal Diffusers  Install HVAC Equipment  Rough In Electrical  Rough In Plumbing  Relocate Sprinklers  Install Steel Supports for Countertop   Frame in Ceilings & Soffits   Install Lighting  Rough In Emergency Lighting  Rough In Low Voltage  Rough In Security Alarm System  Rough In Low Voltage Cabling  Rough In Fire Alarm System   Rough In Telephone System   Rough In IT Wiring 

2nd Quarter April 2014

May 2014

June 2014

3rd Quarter July 2014

August 2014

September 2014

4th Quarter October 2014

November 2014

December 2014

1st Quarter January 2015

February 2015

March 2015

41 days?

Mon 9/8/14

Mon 11/3/14

9/8

41 days?

40 days?

Mon 9/8/14

Fri 10/31/14

9/8

40 days?

20 days 3 days

Mon 9/8/14 Tue 9/30/14

Fri 10/3/14 Thu 10/2/14

3 days Mon 9/29/14 2 days Thu 10/2/14 10 days Mon 10/6/14

Wed 10/1/14 Fri 10/3/14 Fri 10/17/14

5 days Mon 10/20/14

Fri 10/24/14

1 day Mon 10/27/14 1 day Tue 10/28/14

Mon 10/27/14 Tue 10/28/14

10/27 10/28

1 day Wed 10/29/14

Wed 10/29/14

10/29

2 days Thu 10/30/14

Fri 10/31/14

10/30

38 days? Tue 10/28/14

Thu 12/18/14

10/28

38 days?

28 days Tue 10/28/14

Thu 12/4/14

10/28

28 days

 HVAC (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget)

28 days Tue 10/28/14

Thu 12/4/14

10/28

28 days

 Electrical (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget)

28 days Tue 10/28/14

Thu 12/4/14

10/28

28 days

 Plumbing (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget)

28 days Tue 10/28/14

Thu 12/4/14

10/28

28 days

 Fire Protection (Assuming Original Designer meets Budget)

Tue 10/28/14 Tue 10/28/14 Tue 10/28/14 Tue 10/28/14 Tue 10/28/14

Thu 12/18/14 Thu 12/4/14 Thu 12/4/14 Thu 12/4/14 Thu 12/4/14

10/28 10/28 10/28 10/28 10/28

59 days? Tue 11/25/14

Fri 2/13/15

38 days 28 days 28 days 28 days 28 days? 11/25

24 days? Tue 11/25/14

Fri 12/26/14

11/25

5 days Tue 11/25/14 3 daysWed 11/26/14 2 days Wed 11/26/14 1 day Fri 11/28/14 1 day Fri 11/28/14 3 days Fri 11/28/14 5 days Fri 11/28/14 1 day Mon 12/1/14 2 days Fri 12/5/14 2 days Tue 12/9/14 8 days Fri 11/28/14 3 days Tue 11/25/14 8 days Fri 12/5/14 3 days Fri 12/5/14 3 days Wed 12/10/14 2 days Fri 12/5/14 8 days Wed 12/10/14 7 days Wed 12/17/14 3 days Mon 12/22/14 4 daysMon 12/22/14 2 days Mon 12/22/14 2 days Wed 12/24/14 3 days Mon 12/22/14 1 day Thu 12/25/14 2 days Mon 12/22/14

Mon 12/1/14 Fri 11/28/14 Thu 11/27/14 Fri 11/28/14 Fri 11/28/14 Tue 12/2/14 Thu 12/4/14 Mon 12/1/14 Mon 12/8/14 Wed 12/10/14 Tue 12/9/14 Thu 11/27/14 Tue 12/16/14 Tue 12/9/14 Fri 12/12/14 Mon 12/8/14 Fri 12/19/14 Thu 12/25/14 Wed 12/24/14 Thu 12/25/14 Tue 12/23/14 Thu 12/25/14 Wed 12/24/14 Thu 12/25/14 Tue 12/23/14

38 days 28 days 28 days 28 days 28 days?

9/8

20 days 9/30

2nd Quarter April 2015

Permit Stage Construction Documents Stage Architect does CD Drawings 3 Architects incorporate MEPS Engineering Dwgs into CD Drawings

9/29 3 Build Group Revises Schedule for CD Drawings 10/2 CW approves Final CD Drawings & Schedule 10/6 10 day Build Group bids Final CD Drawings w/approved Schedule (Minimum of 3# bidders/trade)

10/20

5 d Cushman Wakefield reviews final bids & approves Final Budget Build Group issues LOI to Subcontractors CW & BG meet & agree to a final reduction of Construction Contingency CW considers Design Contingency for Project to be Incorporated into Final Contract amount (Optional)

Final Contract Amount is incorporated into Approved Contract

 Submittals

11/25

 Millwork   Steel Work  Doors & Hardware  Stone & Tile  Wood Floors (option) 59 days? 24 days?

 ROUGH CONSTRUCTION

5 da  MOBILIZATION

11/26 3  Layout 11/26  Wall layout 11/28  Lighting Layout 11/28  Millwork Layout by Build Group 11/28 3 d  Structural Steel @ Storefront? 11/28 5 da  Install Walls  12/1  Millworker Confirms Layout 12/5 2  Install All Backing 12/9  Install Door Jambs 11/28 8 days  Install Ductwork & Lineal Diffusers 11/25 3  Install HVAC Equipment 12/5 8 days  Rough In Electrical 12/5 3 d  Rough In Plumbing 12/10 3  Relocate Sprinklers 12/5 2   Install Steel Supports for Countertop  12/10 8 day  Frame in Ceilings & Soffits  12/17 7 day  Install Lighting 12/22 3  Rough In Emergency Lighting 12/22 4   Rough In Low Voltage 12/22  Rough In Security Alarm System 12/24  Rough In Low Voltage Cabling 12/22 3  Rough In Fire Alarm System  12/25  Rough In Telephone System  12/22  Rough In IT Wiring 

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Construction


375 BEALE ST OVERALL SCHEDULE FOR TENANT IMPROVEMENT BUILD GROUP INC SUBJECT TO CHANGE ID

Task Name

Duration

Start

Finish

2nd Quarter April 2014

March 2014 166 167 168

 Rough In Inspections

 FINISH CONSTRUCTION

169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202

 Install Sheetrock @ Walls & Ceilings  Taping  Finish Electrical  Finish Lighting   Finish Painting & Wallcovering  Finish HVAC  Finish Fire Protection  Install Doors & Hardware Install Stone Install Protective Covering on Stone Install Wood Flooring (Weekends) Install Protective Covering on Wood Flooring Install Perimeter Millwork Install Protective Covering on Millwork   Bathroom  Install Tile on floors and walls Install Countertop Install Stone Top Install Finish Plumbing Install Accessories  Storage Room   Install VCT on Storage Room Floor  Install Storage Shelving   Seismic Support Shelving  Secure Storeroom Carolina Herrera Stocks Storeroom Install Loose Fixturing  Finish All Low Voltage Wiring   Security Alarm System  Fire Alarm System   Low Voltage Cabling  Telephone System  IT Wiring

203 204

 Punchlist

205 206 207 208 414 415

 Final Inspections

TURNOVER GRAND OPENING

1 day

Fri 12/26/14

Fri 12/26/14

35 daysMon 12/29/14

Fri 2/13/15

10 days Mon 12/29/14 6 days Thu 1/8/15 8 days Fri 1/16/15 6 days Wed 1/28/15 10 days Mon 2/2/15 3 days Thu 2/5/15 2 days Tue 2/10/15 3 days Fri 1/23/15 4 days Thu 1/22/15 1 day Wed 1/28/15 6 days Wed 1/28/15 1 day Thu 2/5/15 15 days Fri 1/16/15 1 day Fri 2/6/15 5 days Fri 1/16/15 1 day Fri 1/16/15 1 day Mon 1/19/15 1 day Tue 1/20/15 1 day Wed 1/21/15 1 day Thu 1/22/15 11 days Fri 1/16/15 1 day Fri 1/16/15 2 days Mon 1/19/15 2 days Wed 1/21/15 1 day Fri 1/23/15 5 days Mon 1/26/15 3 days Mon 2/9/15 2 days Wed 1/28/15 1 day Wed 1/28/15 1 day Thu 1/29/15 1 day Wed 1/28/15 1 day Thu 1/29/15 1 day Wed 1/28/15 1 day Thu 2/5/15 10 days Fri 1/30/15 1 day Fri 4/4/14

May 2014

June 2014

3rd Quarter July 2014

August 2014

September 2014

4th Quarter October 2014

November 2014

1st Quarter December 2014 January 2015 February 2015 12/26  Rough In Inspections 12/29 12/29

Fri 1/9/15 Thu 1/15/15 Tue 1/27/15 Wed 2/4/15 Fri 2/13/15 Mon 2/9/15 Wed 2/11/15 Tue 1/27/15 Tue 1/27/15 Wed 1/28/15 Wed 2/4/15 Thu 2/5/15 Thu 2/5/15 Fri 2/6/15 Thu 1/22/15 Fri 1/16/15 Mon 1/19/15 Tue 1/20/15 Wed 1/21/15 Thu 1/22/15 Fri 1/30/15 Fri 1/16/15 Tue 1/20/15 Thu 1/22/15 Fri 1/23/15 Fri 1/30/15 Wed 2/11/15 Thu 1/29/15 Wed 1/28/15 Thu 1/29/15 Wed 1/28/15 Thu 1/29/15 Wed 1/28/15 Thu 2/5/15 Thu 2/12/15 Fri 4/4/14

4/4

TURNOVER

4/4

GRAND OPENING

35 days

Fri 4/4/14

Fri 4/4/14

Tenant 2

236 days?

Fri 4/4/14

Fri 2/27/15

4/4

236 days?

Tenant 3

251 days?

Fri 4/4/14

Fri 3/20/15

4/4

251 days?

2nd Quarter April 2015

FINISH CONSTRUCTION

10 day  Install Sheetrock @ Walls & Ceilings 1/8 6 da Taping 1/16 8 days Finish Electrical 1/28 6 da Finish Lighting  2/2 10 day Finish Painting & Wallcovering 2/5 3 d Finish HVAC 2/10 Finish Fire Protection 1/23 3 d Install Doors & Hardware 1/22 4 d Install Stone 1/28 Install Protective Covering on Stone 1/28 6 da Install Wood Flooring (Weekends) 2/5 Install Protective Covering on Wood Flooring 1/16 15 days Install Perimeter Millwork 2/6 Install Protective Covering on Millwork  1/16 5 da Bathroom 1/16 Install Tile on floors and walls 1/19 Install Countertop 1/20 Install Stone Top 1/21 Install Finish Plumbing 1/22 Install Accessories 1/16 11 days Storage Room  1/16 Install VCT on Storage Room Floor 1/19 Install Storage Shelving  1/21 Seismic Support Shelving  1/23 Secure Storeroom 1/26 5 d Carolina Herrera Stocks Storeroom 2/9 3 Install Loose Fixturing 1/28 Finish All Low Voltage Wiring  1/28 Security Alarm System 1/29 Fire Alarm System  1/28 Low Voltage Cabling 1/29 Telephone System 1/28 IT Wiring 2/5 Final Inspections 1/30

1 day

March 2015

10 days Punchlist

Tenant 2

Tenant 3

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ROM Budget


ROM Budget

The numbers.

Please see attached for ROM Budget.

R OM b u d ge t


Standard Estimate Report

Estimate Company

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375 Beale Street

Item

Description

01000

01010

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Mobilization 1000 Mobilize Mobilization

01020 1010 1030 1060 1080 1090 1100

01042 ----

Total Amount

Takeoff Qty

1.00

Supervision Project Director Project Manager Superintendant Safety Engineer - Part time Project Engineer Project Administrator Supervision 2,360.00 Labor hours Temporary Utilities Temporary Toilets and Wash Stations Temporary Utilities

3.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 12.00 12.00

ea

week week week week week week

13.00

13,500 49,200 43,000 10,000 36,000 30,900 182,600

5,525 5,525

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2,360.00

2,500 2,500

190,625

Labor hours

15000

MECHANICAL

15300 ----

Fire Sprinklers Insatll Code Compliant System Fire Sprinklers

15400 ----

Plumbing Heating Hot Water Piping Loop Plumbing

1.00

LS

383,120 383,120

15500 ----

HVAC Duct Loop Budget HVAC

1.00

LS

385,700 385,700

695,000 695,000

MECHANICAL 16000

16100 -------

1,463,820

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Tenant Sub Panels /Transformers for Lighting an Power Life Safety System Electrical

ELECTRICAL

1.00

LS

434,023

1.00

LS

330,000 764,023

764,023


Standard Estimate Report

Estimate Company

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375 Beale Street

Estimate Totals Description

Amount

Labor

188,125

Totals

Hours

Rate

Cost BasisCost per Unit

2,360.000 hrs

1.045 /SF

Material Subcontract

2,227,843

12.377 /SF

Equipment Other

2,500 2,418,468

Policy / Bond y DIC (OCIP) Fee

Total

0.014 /SF 2,418,468

23,943 30,231 84,646

13.436 /SF

0.990 % 1.250 % 3.500 %

2,557,288

T T T

0.133 /SF 0.168 /SF 0.470 /SF

14.207 /SF


Overhead and Fee


Overhead and Fee

The details.

Please see attached.

ove r h e a d a n d fe e


FEE PROPOSAL

FORM

A T Attachment IV

   

Fee: Please include the following Fee information as part of your submittal: Pre-Construction Services: Base Building Infra-Structure Review

$ 15,000.00

Total Infra-Structure Budget, by Discipline via separate sheet

$2,557,288.00 *Based on proposal Subitted in Item 8* Infra-Structure Budget

     

   

     

   

   

Budget Development of “Building Standards”

$ 7,500.00

Hypothetical “Fit Plan” Budget Development

$ 15,000.00

Sub-Contractor Selection (Infra-Structure and Tenant Improvements)

$ 7,500.00

Prospective Tenant ROM Budget Development

$ 15,000.00

Tenant / Services:

Project

Specific

Fee (inclusive of overhead, profit, insurance and Subgaurd) 138,820.00 *Based on proposal Subitted in Item 8* Infra-Structure Budget

$

General Conditions (based on 13 weeks of construction) *Based on proposal Subitted in Item 8*

$ 190,625.00

Cost of General Conditions (Per Week)

$ 17,458.00

Change Orders: Additive Fee: Per Above items in Fee

% 5.75

Change Orders: Deductive Fee

% 3.5


Standard Estimate Report

Estimate Company

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GC Breakdown TI

Item

Description

01000

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01020 1010 1030 1050 1050 1080 1090 1090 1100

01042

01070

Total Amount

Takeoff Qty

Supervision Project Director Project Manager Sr. Superintendant Sr. Superintendant Safety Superintendant Project Engineer Project Engineer Project Administrator Supervision 272.00 Labor hours

0.30 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00

week week week week week week week week

1,350 4,100 4,300 4,996 1,750 3,000 3,000 2,575 25,071

Temporary Utilities 1040 Temporary Toilets and Wash Stations Temporary Utilities

1.00

week

900 900

Reprographic Services 1240 Preconstruction Plan Sets / Prints 1260 Construction Plan Sets / Prints Reprographic Services

1.00 1.00

Week week

523 523 1,046

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 272.00

Labor hours

27,017


Standard Estimate Report

Estimate Company

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375 Beale Street GC BD

Item

Description

01000

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01020 1010 1030 1050 1080 1090 1100

01042

01070

Total Amount

Takeoff Qty

Supervision Project Director Project Manager Sr. Superintendant Safety Superintendant Project Engineer Project Administrator Supervision 180.00 Labor hours

0.30 1.00 1.00 0.20 1.00 1.00

week week week week week week

1,350 4,100 4,300 700 3,000 2,575 16,025

Temporary Utilities 1040 Temporary Toilets and Wash Stations Temporary Utilities

1.00

week

575 575

Reprographic Services 1240 Preconstruction Plan Sets / Prints 1260 Construction Plan Sets / Prints Reprographic Services

1.00 1.00

Week week

335 523 858

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 180.00

Labor hours

17,458


Financial Information


Financial Information

Our financial strength.

The Build Group of companies employs a very conservative financial management philosophy dedicated to capital preservation, risk management, low overhead and controlled sustainable growth. We are backed by Zurich of America, one of the leading bonding companies in the United States. We have a current bonding capacity of $200 million. Our most recent audited financial statements have been provided on the following pages.

Fin a n c ia l In for mation


Insurance


Insurance

Our back-up.

Our insurance certificate has been provided on the following page.

in s u r a n c e


DATE (MM/DD/YYYY)

CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE

4/3/2014

THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ies) must be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). CONTACT NAME: PHONE (A/C, No, Ext):415-391-1500 E-MAIL ADDRESS:gcssfcerts@ajg.com

PRODUCER

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA, Inc. LIC #0726293 1255 Battery Street, Suite 450 San Francisco CA 94111

FAX (A/C, No):415-391-1882

INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE

NAIC #

INSURER A :Old

Republic General Insurance Corp INSURER B :National Union Fire Ins Co Pittsbur

INSURED

Build Group, Inc 457 Minna Street San Francisco, CA 94103

24139 19445

INSURER C : INSURER D : INSURER E : INSURER F :

COVERAGES

CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 1461750527

REVISION NUMBER:

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. INSR LTR

A

TYPE OF INSURANCE

X

ADDL SUBR INSR WVD

Y

GENERAL LIABILITY

Y

POLICY NUMBER

A1CG98751302

POLICY EFF POLICY EXP (MM/DD/YYYY) (MM/DD/YYYY)

12/31/2013

12/31/2014

COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CLAIMS-MADE

X

OCCUR

GEN'L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: PROPOLICY X LOC JECT

A

X

X

MED EXP (Any one person)

$ 5,000

PERSONAL & ADV INJURY

$ 1,000,000

GENERAL AGGREGATE

$ 2,000,000

PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG

$2,000,000

Y

A1CA98751303

12/31/2013

12/31/2014

COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT (Ea accident) BODILY INJURY (Per person)

ANY AUTO ALL OWNED AUTOS

SCHEDULED AUTOS NON-OWNED AUTOS

HIRED AUTOS

X

UMBRELLA LIAB EXCESS LIAB

A

X

PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident)

BE034545040

OCCUR

12/31/2013

12/31/2014

CLAIMS-MADE

DED X RETENTION $ 10,000 WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY Y/N ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? (Mandatory in NH) If yes, describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below

$1,000,000 $

BODILY INJURY (Per accident) $ $

COMP/COLL Ded : B

$ 1,000,000 $ 100,000

$

Y

AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY

LIMITS

EACH OCCURRENCE DAMAGE TO RENTED PREMISES (Ea occurrence)

$1,000

EACH OCCURRENCE

$5,000,000

AGGREGATE

$5,000,000 $

Y

A1CW98751304

12/31/2013

12/31/2014

X

WC STATUTORY LIMITS

OTHER

E.L. EACH ACCIDENT

N/A

$1,000,000

E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE $1,000,000 E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT

$1,000,000

DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES (Attach ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, if more space is required)

RE: Prequalification for General Contracting Services @ 375 Beale Street, San Francisco, CA Upon successful award of the project Cushman & Wakefield of California, Inc. will be named as Additional Insureds and Waiver of Subrogation shall apply as required by written contract.

CANCELLATION

CERTIFICATE HOLDER

Cushman & Wakefield of California, Inc. 425 Market Street, Suite 2300 San Francisco CA 94105

ACORD 25 (2010/05)

SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE

© 1988-2010 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD


Clarifications and Exclusions


Clarifications and Exclusions

Just to be clear...

Please see attached for clarifications and exclusions.

Cl arification s a n d E x clu s ion s


Qualifications 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Assumes only a single tenant per floor Preconstruction Schedule is based on confirmation with Perkins and Will Mans and methods are based on input provided in BAHA monthly meeting minutes Based on unimpeded access and cooperation from base building contractor Access to a designated elevator Temporary Power to space Our Tenant improvement schedule shows leases staggered by Cushman & Wakefield every month starting from June 1st. 8. The following scopes are not included in the General Conditions or General Requirements, but are rather captured as a direct cost of work 9. Gross receipts taxes have not been included in budget pricing

Exclusions 1. Miscellaneous Fees, are excluded, including: a. City, County, State and Federal Fees b. PG&E Fees c. Pacific Bell Fees d. Traffic Fees e. Traffic Control f. City Police Department Fees. g. Legal Fees h. School Impact i. Development Fees j. Water k. Sewer l. Fire m. EIR Report 2. Temp stairs for egress during construction are excluded. Use of existing facility stairs. 3. Security guard service is excluded. 4. 3rd party testing is excluded. 5. Concrete or asphalt cutting or patching for plumbing and electrical is excluded. 6. Temporary weather protection is excluded. 7. Testing and Inspection Costs are by owner. 8. Builder’s Risk and OCIP Insurance including Deductibles are by owner. 9. General Contractor and Subcontractor Payment and Performance Bonds are excluded. 10. Power and gas consumption fee are excluded. 11. Continuous staging onsite using areas under construction. 12. Special inspections by owner. 13. Trade permits for MEP included. All other permits will be picked up by Build Group and Reimbursed by Owner 14. FF/FL Testing is excluded. 15. Hazardous Materials Remediation or Testing is excluded. 16. Street Use Permits or Permit costs are excluded  


summary


Summary

Why Build Group.

Thank you for considering Build Group for the renovation at 375 Beale Street. We are extremely well-qualified for this project for many reasons: Experienced Team - Our entire proposed team has extensive experience with not only commercial office tenant improvements, but in particular, building these spaces in downtown San Francisco. We are familiar with working in and around occupied facilities with site restrictions and tight logistics. Proactive Approach - As you have read in our thorough approach, we have thought through every aspect of your project. We look forward to exploring these options with you and creating a plan that will not only meet your schedule and budget goals but will be a high-quality space you will be proud of. Innovation - We have an incredible in-house MEP / BIM resource, John Hammons, who will help us pre-plan your entire project. We will work through any potential coordination issue long before we ever set foot on site. Eliminate Obstacles - The biggest objective of our approach is to eliminate any obstacles and deliver an operating tenant to Cushman & Wakefield to off-set the immediate carrying cost for MTA. This project is right in our wheelhouse and we are ready and excited to get to work! We look forward to working with Cushman & Wakefield to make this an incredibly successful project. Thank you, Build Group

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