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June 17, 2013 Vol. 7, No. 24

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Inside This Issue This table of contents is linked to make it easy for you to get to the information you want. If it looks like a link (blue & underlined) then it is! Just click on it to go directly to the page you want. Use the navigation bar at the bottom of the right-hand pages to return to this page.

Inspiration for the Week

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SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS!

Your Weekly Smile

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They support the PCCA

Industry Links

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The Week’s Weather Forecast

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PCCA Calendar of Events

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Contractor Yellow Pages

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News Briefs

Bottomline Lawyers

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Inland Busines Systems

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Industry News

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Jensen Masonry

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Classified Ads

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Philadelphia Insurance

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Weekly Safety Meeting

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State Fund Insurance

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CalTrans

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Plans On File

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Bid Results

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Legal Ads

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Construction Industry Links Association Links

CSLB

Contractor’s State License Board

OSHA

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GSBE

Golden State Builders Exchange

AIA

American Institute of Architects

AGC

Associated general Contractors

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Building Industry Association

SCIF

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Employers Guardian Human Resources

American Subcontractors Association

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Employer Records of Occupational Injury & Illness

Governor’s Office of Emergency Services

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California Building Standards

California Prevailing Wage Rates

Federal Prevailing Wage Rates

California Dept. of Industrial Relations

California Environmental Protection Agency

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To find what you seek in the road of life, the best proverb of all is that which says: “Leave no stone unturned.”

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Parking Fine “I got a compliment on my driving today,” said a blonde to her friend, there was a note left on my windshield it said “parking fine”.


Board of Directors PCCA:

Placer County Contractors Association 10656 Industrial Ave., Ste.160, Roseville, CA 95678 - 916-771-7229 470 Nevada Street., Ste.209, Auburn, CA 95603 - 530-889-3953 Open Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm

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President Patrick Remington Remington Construction Vice President Chris Harris James L. Harris Painting, Inc. Director Cheryl Gibson Von-Jac Development Director Cyndi Cook Cook Design Company Director Adam Noorani Homewood Lumber

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Director Edward Johnson Warren G. Bender Co. Director Maggie Marfia Moule’s Foothill Glass VP Public Relations Tim Busk Heritage Painting VP Governmental Affairs Jack Remington Andregg Geomatics

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Murphy Austin Presents Construction Contract Seminar at the Roseville PCCA Classroom.

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CPR Class Roseville PCCA Classroom. 9:00 am to 2:00 pm $75.00 per student.

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Should you form a Corporation in 2013? 9:00 to 11:00 at Roseville PCCA hosted by Burnett & Associates.

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Should you form a Corporation in 2013? 1:30 to 3:3 at Roseville PCCA hosted by Burnett & Associates.

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Contractor Yellow Pages

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News Briefs 153 Transportation Projects Get State Funds Continuing the drive to rebuild the state’s infrastructure, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) has allocated $1 billion in funding for 153 transportation projects that will strengthen the state’s economy by sustaining and creating jobs while providing congestion relief for motorists statewide. To see all of the funded projects, which are many more than are listed below, click here. Highlights of the funding allocations include: • $1 million to the City of Roseville to widen Blue Oaks Boulevard from four to six lanes between Crocker Ranch Road and the Industrial Boulevard overcrossing and upgrade bus stops and bicycle lanes. • $1 million to Placer County for the Kings Beach Core Improvement Project to construct one mile of pedestrian/bicycle and water quality improvements along Highway 28 from Highway 267 to Chipmunk Avenue. • $37.97 million to West Sacramento to replace bridge deck concrete on a section of U.S. Highway 50 near the Sacramento River. • $2 million to Colusa County to repave 4.6 miles of State Highway 20 from east of the Colusa Basin Bridge to Sioc Street. • $419,000 to the City of Elk Grove for traffic signal, sidewalk, landscaping and other improvements to the intersection of Elk Gove-Florin Road and Stockton Boulevard. • $91,366,000 in Proposition 1B funds for the Doyle Drive replacement project on Highway 1 in San Francisco. • $8 million to Shasta County to re-

habilitate bridge decks, replace joint seals, and repair unsound concrete pavement. The funding will also be used to clean and paint steel components at 22 locations in order to maintain structural integrity and extend serviceability and useful life of the structures. Some of the bridges in Shasta County include: the Market St. Bridge, the Deschutes Road Bridge, the Anderson Creek Bridge and the Churn Creek Bridge. • $96,820,000 to San Joaquin County for State Route 4 Crosstown Freeway Extension. This work will construct two mixed flow lanes and two auxiliary lanes in each direction from Fresno Avenue to Navy Drive in the city of Stockton. • $2,610,000 for the City of Stockton Weber Avenue Beautification, Phase II. The project will complete the Weber Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project, improving pedestrian safety with new sidewalks, corner bulb-outs; installing landscape medians and street amenities, such as benches, trash receptacles, bicycle racks and street lights, between Stanislaus Street and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks at the Cabral/ACE Station in the city of Stockton. • $940,000 to the City of Manteca for the Louise Avenue Enhancements. Replace existing asphalt median with a new raised landscape median; constructing four linear miles of bike lanes (an enhanced pedestrian/bicycle crossing); installation of an irrigation system and groundcover between Airport Way and Main Street in the city of Manteca. The project includes planting approximately 200 trees, and beautifying and enhancing a two-mile stretch of a main city arterial.

• $835,000 to the City of Lodi for the Sacramento Street Enhancements. Install decorative and pedestrian friendly sidewalks, decorative lighting and amenities from Lodi Avenue to Oak Street in the city of Lodi. • $651,000 to the City of Ceres for the Whitmore Avenue Landscaping Project. Install 5.9 acres of landscaping and irrigation at the Whitmore Avenue Interchange in the city of Ceres. • $7,551,000 to the City of Dinuba for the Avenue 416 Widening project, between Road 56 to Road 80. The widening of three miles of 2-lane road to a 4-lane with a 2-way left-turn lane will ease traffic congestion and eliminate sight distance problems. Funding For Farm Worker Housing In Woodland Allocated Mutual Housing California announced last week that it has been allocated more than $14.5 million in aggregate federal and state tax credits, which it can use to raise more than $12 million for the development of housing in Woodland for agricultural workers. Construction is expected to begin this fall. Spring Lake is the first Mutual Housing community for agricultural workers and is the first permanent housing community in Yolo County targeted to these workers. The community will have open areas, a children’s play area, a basketball hoop and community garden. A community building also will have a computer learning lab and a community room for classContinued on next page


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es, meetings and social events as well as offices. The 62 apartments and townhomes at Spring Lake will be one of the first zero-net energy communities for farm workers in the nation. Energy-efficient design will bring energy use down and a photovoltaic system throughout the complex is expected to generate the needed amounts of electricity. Hospital For Elk Grove Dignity Health officials are moving forward with plans to build a hospital on its medical campus that’s currently set for a 2017 opening. The proposal that includes a design review of the planned hospital is among a handful of items on the agenda for the Elk Grove Planning Commission meeting on June 20. The medical campus planned for 8220 Wymark Drive, just south of Elk Grove Boulevard, is poised to include two medical office buildings, a helistop, and

a parking structure along with the hospital. The site includes a 68,190-squarefoot medical office building that opened last year. Construction on that $35 million facility started early in 2011 when the organization was known as Catholic Healthcare West. Dignity Health officials said the medical center could ultimately include up to a six-story, 456,700-square-foot, 330-bed hospital that would be built in three sections. The first section would be four stories with 106 beds for surgery and maternity. Other onsite facilities include a three-story, 65,000-square-foot medical office building and a five-level parking structure. Federal green Light For HighSpeed Rail Work A federal railroad oversight board has given a green light to the California High-Speed Rail Authority to start construction in the Central Valley. The Surface Transportation

Board ruled that the California project could start building the first 65 miles of the project from Merced to Fresno, as planned. The Surface Transportation Board said in its 67-page decision that California officials and the Federal Railroad Administration have already extensively reviewed potential environmental harm from the project and are taking steps to mitigate it. Oakley Will Get Modern Day Care Center The Oakley City Council has accepted a $700,000 bid on a Neroly Road parcel, where the buyer plans to build a day care center. Seeker Development, a Southern California construction company that specializes in child care centers, submitted the lone bid on a parcel just north of Diamond Hills Sports Club and Spa. According to the proposal the council approved, the company will buy 1.1 acres in return for which the city will contribute $925,000 in developer fees. These so-called child care impact fees are intended to offset the effect of building more homes by paying for the cost of establishing child care facilities. Although the specifics have yet to be formalized, the money in this case likely will cover the cost of designing the structure, having the city sign off on those plans, and obtaining a conditional use as well as a building permit.

http://designcenters.paccoast.com

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The $2.3 million project will consist of a 10,000-square-foot facility that will accommodate about 180 children from very young infants to 6-yearolds. In addition, the facility will have an approximately 12,000-squarefoot outdoor play area.


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Should You Run Your Business As A Corporation Or LLC? By Scott Burnett, Esq. Whether you are a full-time or parttime business owner, everyone in the field of construction can benefit from forming a corporation or an LLC. There are two reasons why: one has to do with lowering your personal taxes and the other one with growing your busi-ness. First, no matter what type of way you make your living, you are going to make income and pay taxes. If you are a business owner, your goal is to have the money you make taxed at the lowest rate allowed by law. If you are doing your business as a sole proprietor, you are going to pay more taxes than if you operated your business as a corporation or an LLC. Period. Second, you are in business. Parttime or full-time, every business owner wants their business to grow and become more successful. However, if you are a sole proprietor, your business cannot grow to its full financial potential because it is limited by you. Look at the facts: Sole Proprietorship vs. Corporation or LLC TAXES If you are doing business as a sole proprietor, you will make money throughout the New Year and report that income at the end of the year. You will claim all expenses and deductions that you are eligible for, and the remainder will be your taxable net income. All of this income is Page 10

now subject to self-employment tax. This is because there are only four ways in which income can come to the owner of a sole proprietorship: cash, fringe benefits, rent, and royalties. Therefore, almost every dollar of income is going to be taxed at the highest possible tax rate. If you operated your business as a corporation or an LLC, even though you would make the same amount of income, the end result would be very different. The tax code provides additional income reduction tools to the owners of corporations and LLC’s. It allows you to take income out of the business in six different ways: wages, fringe benefits, dividends and distributions, loans, rent, and royalties. As a result, you can change the character of the money that comes to you, and reduce your personal taxes! Let’s look at the four most important ways your corporation or LLC can help reduce your personal taxes. 1. Wages Wages consist of the income you take out of your business that pays you for your efforts. Wages are taxed at the same rates as a sole proprietor example. So at first there appears to be no difference between a sole proprietor and our entity. However, the owner of a corporation or LLC can regulate this income. So our owner here can have some of their lifestyle money taxed as wages, but can also take it out in a variety of other ways.

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For instance, he could take some income out as wages, or he could flow the income into one of the other six categories mentioned above, so it can be taxed at a lower rate (if it is taxed at all). This is called regulating income. The owner basically has the ability to change the character of money—an option the sole proprietor does not have because he or she has to declare their income as cash subject to self-employment tax. 2. Fringe Benefits Fringe benefits are legislative tax rules that benefit business. They allow businesses to write off nontraditional business expenses, such as health insurance and retirement plans. Corporations and LLC owners can claim and take these fringe benefits for themselves. Handled this way, the cost becomes a business expense. If you are a sole proprietor and you claimed the same fringe benefit, it would almost always be considered taxable income to the owner for the exact same benefit! 3. Dividends and Distributions A dividend or distribution is considered profit. This profit can be given to an owner throughout the year, or at the end of the year. The key with this type of income is the classification. Since it is not classified as wages, it is not subject to employment tax. Therefore, every dollar paid out as dividend saves the owner 15.3 percent—the going U.S. employment tax rate.


4. Loans A corporation or LLC is considered a separate legal person. Even though you are the owner, you can still interact with it like a separate person. Therefore, you can borrow money from your corporation or LLC. The obvious benefit is that any money you borrow is not considered taxable income. Sole proprietors cannot enjoy this benefit because they are not considered separate from their business.

two different things. As we learned above, we can make the exact same amount of money as we made last year, but end up paying less in taxes if our business is structured differently. Therefore, we could be more successful simply by keeping more of the money we make.

Summary of Tax Benefits The reality of business taxation is that there are just more opportunities to lower your taxes for corporations and LLCs than there are for sole proprietorships. So it’s simply good business to learn the rules and take advantage of them. As a sole proprietor, you will always pay more in personal taxes. Period.

Because your corporation or LLC is considered a separate legal person in the eyes of the law, it has the ability to grow independent of you. It can develop and expand its own financial identity. For example, it can establish credit for itself, which is independent of the owner. That means your business has unlimited growth potential. The sole proprietor and their business are one and the same person. Therefore, a sole proprietor cannot create their own independence and grow financially without the owner.

Sole Proprietorship vs. Corporation or LLC Business Growth We all want our businesses to grow and become more successful. However, success and growth can be

But growth is not simply expansion of the business. We can have our business grow independent of our efforts in our trade. Let me explain.

Another interesting aspect of this

separation concept is that any credit you have, as an individual, is considered a debt. Any credit the business establishes for itself is an asset. If the business was ever sold, the credit it established would be added to the value of the business. This again is not available to the sole proprietor. This is one more of the many ways you can grow your business without making any more money! Sole Proprietorship vs. Corporation or LLC Summary If you want to make extra money and become more successful, you are better off operating your business as a corporation or LLC. Remember, part-time or full-time, this is a business. No matter how much time you spend in it, you always want to make sound business decisions. Scott Burnett, Esq. is considered one of the nation’s leading authorities on Corporation and LLC taxation. He teaches business owners across the country the benefits and responsibilities of Corporation and LLC operations. www.burnettandassociates.com

Should You Run Your Business As A Corporation Or LLC? If you are doing business as a sole proprietor, you will make money throughout the New Year and report that income at the end of the year. You will claim all expenses and deductions that you are eligible for, and the remainder will be your taxable net income. All of this income is now subject to self-employment tax. This is because there are only four ways in which income can come to the owner of a sole proprietorship: cash, fringe benefits, rent, and royalties. Therefore, almost every dollar of income is going to be taxed at the highest possible tax rate. If you operated your business as a corporation or an LLC, even though you would make the same amount of income, the end result would be very different. The tax code provides additional income reduction tools to the owners of corporations and LLC’s. It allows you to take income out of the business in six different ways: wages, fringe benefits, dividends and distributions, loans, rent, and royalties. As a result, you can change the character of the money that comes to you, and reduce your personal taxes! Join the PCCA and Scott Burnett as we present a free class on how to better survive the current economy and position yourself to ride the next wave of growth. 2 Classes to fit your schedule. July 24th at 9:00 am through 11:00 am and July 25th at 1:30 pm through 3:30 pm. RSVP today, this is a very popular class and there is much to learn. Fax this back to 916-0556 or email jhenry@ placerbx.com with your company and how many will be attending.


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Old Folks Were Not Green Checking out at the store, the young cashier suggested to the older woman, that she should bring her own grocery bags because plastic bags weren’t good for the environment. The woman apologized and explained, “We didn’t have this green thing back in my earlier days.” The young clerk responded, “That’s our problem today. Your generation did not care enough to save our environment f or future generations.” She was right -- our generation didn’t have the green thing in its day.

ery time we had to go two blocks. But she was right. We didn’t have the green thing in our day. Back then, we washed the baby’s diapers because we didn’t have the throwaway kind. We dried clothes on a line, not in an energy-gobbling machine burning up 220 volts -- wind and solar power really did dry our clothes back in our early days. Kids got hand-me-down clothes from their brothers or sisters, not always brandnew clothing. But that young lady is right; we didn’t have the green thing back in our day.

Back then, we returned milk bottles, soda bottles and beer bottles to the store. The store sent them back to the plant to be washed and sterilized and refilled, so it could use the same bottles over and over. So they really were truly recycled. But we didn’t have the green thing back in our day. Grocery stores bagged our groceries in brown paper bags, that we reused for numerous things, most memorable besides household garbage bags, was the use of brown paper bags as book covers for our schoolbooks. This was to ensure that public property, (the books provided for our use by the school) was not defaced by our scribbling’s. Then we were able to personalize our books on the brown paper bags. But too bad we didn’t do the green thing back then. We walked up stairs, because we didn’t have an escalator in every store and office building. We walked to the grocery store and didn’t climb into a 300-horsepower machine ev-

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Back then, we had one TV, or radio, in the house -- not a TV in every room. And the TV had a small screen the size of a handkerchief (remember them?), not a screen the size of the state of Montana. In the kitchen, we blended and stirred by hand because we didn’t have electric machines to do everything for us. When we packaged a fragile item to send in the mail, we used wadded up old newspapers to cushion it, not Styrofoam or plastic bubble wrap.

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Back then, we didn’t fire up an engine and burn gasoline just to cut the lawn. We used a push mower that ran on human power. We exercised by working so we didn’t need to go to a health club to run on treadmills that operate on electricity. But she’s right; we didn’t have the green thing back then. We drank from a fountain when we were thirsty instead of using a cup or a plastic bottle every time we had a drink of water. We refilled writing pens with ink instead of buying a new pen, and we replaced the razor blades in a razor instead of throwing away the whole razor just because the blade got dull. But we didn’t have the green thing back then. Back then, people took the streetcar or a bus and kids rode their bikes to school or walked instead of turning their moms into a 24hour taxi service. We had one electrical outlet in a room, not an entire bank of sockets to power a dozen appliances. And we didn’t need a computerized gadget to receive a signal beamed from satellites 23,000 miles out in space in order to find the nearest burger joint. But isn’t it sad the current generation laments how wasteful we old folks were just because we didn’t have the green thing back then? Please forward this on to another selfish old person who needs a lesson in conservation from a smartmouthed young person.


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Kalb Q & A

Capitol Connection Q&A Resource For Contractors By Shauna Krause and David Kalb Capitol Services, Inc. Becoming a Qualifier has certain ‘qualifications’ in whatever form is chosen. Understanding the differences between RME/RMO may take an expert and an example of what can go wrong. A licensed corporate construction company can be ‘removed’ to create a new firm, but they will discover some thing’s can’t be ‘transferred’… Q: My Company’s Responsible Managing Employee (RME) has resigned and I have been asked to be the Responsible Managing Officer (RMO) for the corporation’s license. However, I have my own personal license that I need to keep active for small jobs that I do on the side. I understand that I need to have at least 20% ownership in the company in order to keep both licenses active, which isn’t a problem. My concern is that if something goes wrong on a job that my company contracts for and there is a complaint filed, is that going to affect my Sole Owner license? And will I be held responsible for judgments/claims against the other license? A: While it depends on the circumstance, as the Responsible Managing Officer you do hold some liability for claims, judgments, and complaints against the license. If the company license has an unsatisfied judgment that results in the suspension of the license while you are the RMO, it is likely that the CSLB will also suspend your Sole Owner license until the judgment has been satisfied.

David Kalb

Shauna Krause

In fact, to give you an example of a case where problems with a company license trickled down to an individual license, in a recent case the CEO of a corporation entered in to a contract with a homeowner, took a down payment, and then never did any of the work. This of course resulted in the homeowner filing a complaint. The RMO of the company claimed to know nothing about the project and further claimed that he wasn’t involved in the business operations. The company was cited with several violations that resulted in the license being revoked. A separate order was signed which provided for the revocation to be stayed on the RMO’s individual license provided that he comply with all terms and conditions including a 2-year probation, $15,000 disciplinary bond, and restitution to be paid within 90 days in the amount of the down payment that the homeowner paid.

Q: We are going to close our current corporation down and start a new one. Since the current corporation will no longer need the contractor’s license number, is it possible to transfer the number to the new corporation?

As always, we recommend that you contact a construction attorney to discuss the legal liabilities associated with acting as a Responsible Managing Officer.

A: License numbers cannot be transferred from one corporation to another. When a new entity is formed you are required to obtain a new contractors license number for that entity. Q: We currently have a General “A” license and we have an employee with an inactive “B” license. Can we add that employee as the “B” Qualifier on our license, or do we need to use the same Qualifier that currently holds the “A”? A: You can add your employee as the “B” qualifier on your license and you are not required to use the same Qualifying individual who currently holds the “A” classification. You can have a different Qualifier for each separate classification on your license.


Classified Ads For Sale: 4 plan bin cabinets, dimensions are 33”d x 33”w x 7’h 24 cubbies in each, $150 per cabinet Please contact Chae Gale for more info. 916-771-7229 For Sale: Commercial General Contractor RETIRING selling everything from office furniture to hand tools, including plan table with digitizer and portable digitizer. Too much to list, call if interested. Rick 916-870-9637 For Sale: Stainless Steel Thermador Double Oven Model #PODC302J New In Box $5,500.00 Bob Hilton 916-508-0723 Seeking: Sacramento company looking for Experienced Gutter Installer. Someone with at least 2 years experience. Clean cut. Working cell phone. Drug test and background checks required Fax Resume to 916-943-0699 or email irina@soldate.net Salary DOE “Surplus” Sale: GHH is doing some Spring cleaning! We have a variety of construction materials and tools ranging from pipe fittings to compressors and generators. Stop by, see what we have and make us an offer! Date: February 15, 2013 Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Location: 11960 Heritage Oak Place, Ste. 2B Auburn, California 95603 Questions: (530) 886-3100 Welder/Fabricator (Newcastle) A Newcastle company is looking for an experienced welder/fabricator to lead our welding/fabrication department. Applicant must be proficient in Welding with multiple processes in ALL positions: Stick, Mig, Air Arc Experience: • Relevant work experience in fabrication, parts manufacturing or directly related fields. *4 years experience in welding/fabrication or related field. Skills, Knowledge, & Abilities: *Must have leadership skills • Must be able to comprehend basic business math calculations. • Must be able to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally in English. *Must have knowledge of shop tools and safe usage. *Must be able to work safely in a team environment *Self starter and hard worker *Organization skills a Must *Applicant must be clean shaven and neat in appearance If you feel you fit the above criteria please send your resume along with two (2) work references. Please make sure to include “Job Application” in the Subject line. Thank You. “Please visit our online catalog” Chris Ferreira General Manager Zone .  June 17, 2013 • Contractor’s Page 16 P. 916-663-2026/ F. 916-663-1858 D.V.B.E. / M.B. - chris@sierrasafetyco.com


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Signs Signs Mean What They Say Take a “Wet Paint” sign, for instance. You know very well that it’s 10 to 1 the sign means what it says. But chances are 10 to 1 you’ll have an overwhelming urge to walk up and stick your finger in it, just to see if the sign means what it says. Well, a little paint isn’t going to hurt your finger, and maybe that’s an easy way to convince yourself that signs really are put up for a reason. When you fail to read and heed traffic and other safety signs, you are risking more than a smeared finger. You are endangering your life and the lives of your fellow citizens. Whether you work in an office, a shop, or outdoors, you’ll find signs posted to keep you safe and sound. But remember that ALL IMPORTANT SIGNS ARE NOT ALWAYS WRITTEN, for example: • A hole in the floor gaps and yawns to be covered. • A leaning pile of material beckons for someone to keep it from falling. • Protruding nails are saying, “Pull me out or hammer me down.” • Machine guards lying on the floor or in the way are telling someone to put them back in place. • Grinding, welding, flying material suggests it’s the eyes that need the protection of goggles. • Falling material points to cleanup of all loose objects. • Defective tools shout to be replaced or repaired. We must believe in unwritten signs to keep safe. Signs Without Words Everyone who drives an automobile is acquainted with a traffic signal, the stop sign, the railroad crossing sign, but how many of us are acquainted with the warning signs on the job? Signs without words—the unprotected floor opening, the unmarked open trench, the mushroomed head of a chisel. If we do recognize them for what they are, signs of trouble pointing the way to an accident, we correct them. We should all observe the signs without words—the potential accident-makers, and correct them as we do not want anyone hurt on the job. Some people seeing such signs shrug them off as not being their responsibility as they didn’t do it or they are not working in that area. When you see such a sign of trouble, remove it even though it isn’t bothering anyone. You could possibly save your fellow workers in other crafts from having a bad fall or puncture wound. Don’t leave the hazard for the next person—he or she may not see it—or the next person may be you on the way back. Watch for hazard signs—correct them. Each correction is an accident prevented—maybe your own. “Presence of mind” means absence of accidents.

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CalTrans CDOT 22

06/19/2013

DOT 04-3S7524 REPLACE CULVERT AND INSTALL ROCK SLOPE PROTECTION.

SONOMA COUNTY

1

CDOT 30

06/20/2013

DOT 12-0L7504 RAMP SHOULDER WIDENING, PLANTING, MODIFY TRAFFIC SIGNAL

ORANGE COUNTY

1

CDOT 15

06/20/2013

DOT 07-4T5804 INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND CONSTRUCT ADA CURB RAMPS.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY

1

CDOT 30

06/25/2013

DOT 03-1A7314 CONSTRUCT STORM WATER BMPS, BIKE LANES AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS.

EL DORADO COUNTY

1

CDOT 15

06/25/2013

DOT 03-0F3004 RETROFIT COLUMNS AND ADD BRACING.

EL DORADO COUNTY

1

CDOT 8

06/25/2013

DOT 06-0N3804 CONSTRUCT CONCRETE SLAB.

KERN COUNTY

1

CDOT 8

06/25/2013

DOT 10-0S9504 PAINT BRIDGE AND SLOPE PAVING

MERCED COUNTY

1

CDOT 30

06/26/2013

DOT 03-0F2304 BRIDGE WIDENING, PCC OVERLAY AND REPLACE CONCRETE BARRIER.

SACRAMENTO COUNTY

0

CDOT 8

06/26/2013

DOT 01-0B1904 INSTALL MEDIAN HIGH TENSION CABLE BARRIER.

HUMBOLDT COUNTY

0

06/26/2013

DOT 01-0C5104 PLACE HIGH FRICTION SURFACE TREATMENT

DEL NORTE AND HUMBOLDT COUNTIES

0

06/26/2013

DOT 06-0E6604 REPLACE CHAIN LINK RAILING, PLACE SLOPE PAVING AND IRRIGATION CONDUIT.

KERN COUNTY

1

CDOT 22

06/27/2013

DOT 11-290404 COLD PLANE, PLACE RHMA-G, RUMBLE STRIPS, MBGR AND CURB RAMPS.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

0

CDOT 15

06/27/2013

DOT 12-0L3804 CURB RAMP AND SIDEWALK IMPROVMENTS.

ORANGE COUNTY

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CDOT 8

06/27/2013

DOT 07-4T5604 UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND CURB RAMPS.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY

0

CDOT 8

07/02/2013

DOT 01-364324 REPLACE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND INSTALL PIPELINERS AND RSP.

MENDOCINO COUNTY

0

CDOT 8

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CDOT 1

07/03/2013

DOT 01-0C3604 INSTALL HIGH FRICTION SURFACE TREATMENT

MENDOCINO COUNTY

0

CDOT 8

07/11/2013

DOT 07-265904 REPLACE BRIDGE RAILING.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY

0

CDOT 8

07/11/2013

DOT 11-404304 CONSTRUCT OUTER SEPARATION BARRIER, WIDEN SHOULDER, MODIFY DRAINAGE.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

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CDOT 44

07/16/2013

DOT 10-0G8004 PAVEMENT REHABILITATION AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION.

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY

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CDOT 1

07/18/2013

DOT 07-278304 REHABILITATE BRIDGE.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY

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CDOT 1

07/18/2013

DOT 08-491804 REHABILITATE ROADWAY PAVEMENT AND WIDEN MEDIAN SHOULDERS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY

0

CDOT 8

07/25/2013

DOT 08-368504 CONSTRUCT COMMERCIAL VEHICLE ENFORCEMENT FACILITY (CVEF)

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY

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07/25/2013

DOT 11-401404 REPLACE MBGR WITH CONCRETE BARRIER AND UPGRADE CRASH CUSHIONS.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

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Plans On File Monday, June 17, 2013 BEARD PAPA PLAN #:52099 Bid Date: 6/17/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Online and Planroom G.C.: Wells Construction Ph: 916-788-4485 FAX: (916) 788-4481 DESCR: Contact, Michelle Snell@ Wells Construction - 916-788-4485Soft demolition, concrete removal, plumbing, electrical trenches, concrete pour back, rough carpentry, wood work, architectural, finished carpentry, counter tops, stainless steel base and counters, doors and hard wares, metal frames and dry wall, ceramic tile, acoustical ceilings, FRP, painting, fire sprinkler, plumbing, HVAC, electrical and fire alarm.

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BBQ’s Fireplaces Brick Rock Etc.

530A LAMPASAS AVE REHAB 2013 PLAN #: 82078 Bid Date: 6/17/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $75,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 5/23 @ 10AM and 5/29 @ 10AM OWNER: Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency FAX: 916-927-6963 DESCR: Contact, Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment (916) 440-6277 Possible subcontracting trades are Asbestos Removal; Cabinet, Millwork & Finish Carpentry; Concrete; Construction Clean-up; Drywall; Electrical; Flooring & Floor Covering; Framing & Rough Carpentry; Glazing; Lathing & Plastering; Painting & Decorating; Pest Control; Plumbing; Roofing; Siding & Decking; Synthetic Products/Countertops/Tub Surrounds; WarmBIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Bob-leon Plastics, Inc. 916-452-4063 916-452-3759 WATSONVILLE 2013 ROAD REPAIR PROJECT PLAN #:123088 Bid Date: 6/17/2013 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Watsonville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,100,000.00 OWNER: City of Watsonville DESCR: Contact, Watsonville, city of (831) 768-3113 Provide and install micro surfacing, asphalt-rubber chip seal, and Type 2 slurry, as well as, striping. AIRPORT BLVD. REHABILITATION PLAN #: 127070 Bid Date: 6/17/2013 Bid Time: 11:30 AM PLANS AT: Watsonville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $700,000.00 OWNER: City of Watsonville DESCR: contact, Watsonville, City of (831) 768-3461 The project consists of performing the following, including, but not limited to: removing 8” of AC and aggregate base, and replacing with 8” HMA. Other work includes grade checking, replacing induction loop traffic detectors, and striping Limit of work includes Rain port Rd. from Driving Range Entrance to

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Monday, June 17, 2013 EXTRIOR PAINTING AND MINOR REPAIRS, PLAN #: 100086 Bid Date: 6/17/2013 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: San Joaquin Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/7, 6/10 & 6/11 between 8-9:30am PREBID: Call Rick Lopez for appointments. OWNER: Housing Auithority of the County of San Joaquin Ph: 209-4160-5000 FAX: 209-460-5100 DESCR: Contact, Rick Lopez 209-649-3804The Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) is seeking bids from licensed and bonded General Contractors to repair water damage/dry-rot, remove and replace a concrete walkway, install one (1) new garden arbor, remove and replace two (2) existing wooden benches, and provide exterior painting of all buildings within the Buthmann community located ay 2525 Buthmann Avenue, Tracy, CA. Items to receive paint shall be the exterior wall surfaces, soffits, trim, and exterior doors of all buildings within the Buthmann community. The Buthmann community consists of ten (10) residential duplex buildings and a community center that shall receive three color palettes. Each building has visible signs of water and dry-rot damage that shall be repaired before exterior painting begins, and shall be included within the contractor’s base quote. For unforeseen water damage and dry-rot repair the Contractor shall provide a cost per unit of measure (i.e. a cost per linear-foot, cost per square-foot, etc.) that shall include prevailing wages for labor performed, cost of materials, required permits, as well as contractor’s overhead, profit and general conditions. Maximum quantities have been provided within the quote sheet for unforeseen water damage and dry-rot repairs. A bid providing a cost per unit of measure that does not include basic costs for labor and materials shall be considered BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 HERNDON AVENUE SYNCHRONIZATION PROJECT Bid Date: 6/18/2013 PLAN #:2024 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Clovis Online & Print On Est Cost: $571,740.00 # OF ADDENDA: 2 Demand OWNER: City of Clovis

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DESCR: Contact, City of Clovis (559) 584-7499 Furnishing, installation, and system integration of a complete fiber optic “ETHERNET 1 GIGABIT” communication system (the System), including, but not limited to, ATMS server and software, desktop computer (with software) to communicate with the ATMS server, type 2070L traffic controllers with Apogee/Patriot Software, laptop computers (with software) to communicate with the 2070 traffic controllers, complete and operational communication equipment cabinets and equipment, communication conduit, vaults, pull boxes, fiber optic cable, fiber cable connections, fiber optic switches and routers, and IP viewing devices, as well as staff training on the usage of the System. The intent of the project is to install a traffic signal management system and equipment in the City of Clovis that is compatible to the regional system installed by the City of Fresno STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS ON ALDERPOINT RD. AT P.M. 27.5, 30.63 & 41.40-41.60 PLAN #: 20011 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Humboldt Online and Planroom Est Cost: $450,300.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 OWNER: County of Humboldt Ph: 707-445-7652 FAX: 707-445-7409 DESCR: Contact, County of Humboldt (707) 445-7493 Work consists of providing traffic control with temporary railing and detour, earthwork to reconstruct the roadway with stabilized and geo grid reinforced embankment, hydro seeding for erosion control, culvert replacement, rock slope protection, and surfacing with aggregate base BIDDERS LIST: Supplier: Sierra Trench Protection 530-887-9413 530-887-9112 FREEZER EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT AT DENT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bid Date: 6/18/2013 PLAN #:32022 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Escalon Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/11 @2pm PREBID: 1998 Yosemite Avenue OWNER: Escalon Unified School District DESCR: Contact,Timothy Huff & Associates (209) 571-2232 Cutting and patching, cleaning, rough carpentry, sealants and caulking, gypsum board, painting, food service equipment, general mechanical provisions, plumbing, basic electrical materials and methods, conductors and cables, lighting, BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600 Continued on next page


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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

ROSELLE AND MERLE INTERSECTION PROJECT PLAN #: 35023 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Modesto Online and Planroom Est Cost: $383,334.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 5/29 @ 11AM PREBID: 1010 Tenth Street OWNER: City of Modesto, Community and Economic Development Dept. DESCR: Contact, Modesto, City of (209) 577-5462 This project will construct a new traffic signal, median and pedestrian improvements at the intersection of Roselle Avenue and Merle Avenue. WATERMAN ROAD CULVERT REPLACEMENTS NEAR ELK GROVE BOULEVARD AND HUDSON RANCH PLAN #: 36016 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Elk Grove Online and Planroom Est Cost: $274,500.00 OWNER: City of Elk Grove DESCR: Contact, Bob Dunn - 916-478-2271Furnish all labor, materials, tax, transportation, equipment and services necessary for the removal of culverts, plug and abandon culvert, construct new culverts, manhole and inlet, reconstruct pavement. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600 Supplier: Sierra Trench Protection 530-887-9413 530-887-9112 SEWER TRUNK LINE REHABILITATION-2013 PLAN #: 46098 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Davis Online and Planroom Est Cost: $834,500.00 # OF ADDENDA: 2 OWNER: City of Daly City DESCR: Contact, City of Davis (530) 757-5686 Work consists of access driveway construction, sewer trunk cleaning, TV inspection of sewer lines, slip lining sewer trunk lines, rehabilitating maintenance holes and abandoning maintenance holes. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Stormwater Specialists 707-280-2510 916-405-4180

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Supplier: Sierra Trench Protection 530-887-9413 530-887-9112 TRAFFIC SIGNAL ENHANCEMENT ON E. OLIVE PLAN #: 51001 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Turlock Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/12 @ 2PM OWNER: City of Turlock DESCR: Contact, City of Turlock - Engineering (209) 6685599 Work consists of installing traffic signal enhancements at the intersections of Olive/Center an Olive/Palm including wireless vehicle detection system, pedestrian push button assemblies, pedestrian signal faces, remove and replace existing traffic signal wiring and install emergency vehicle detection units. SOIL EXCAVATION AND OFFSITE DISPOSAL - PHASE PLAN #: 62007 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Kings Beach Online and Planroom Est Cost: $264,700.00 PREBID: 5/30 @ 11AM PREBID: 8784 North :ake Boulevard OWNER: County of Placer DESCR: Contact, Engineering Technician 530-581-6235Excavation of impacted soil, landing onto trucks, and transportation to an approved offsite facility for disposal. Soil samples are to be collected from the open excavation to confirm the degree of soil contamination remaining at the site by an agency consultant and the collection of soil samples is not apart of the scope of work. The remaining excavation pit is to be backfilled with he clean, imported soil. Contractor shall have 25 HAZARDOUS AND UNIVERSAL WASTE REMOVAL SERVICES PLAN #: 86069 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 1:00 PM PLANS AT: Yountville Online and Planroom OWNER: Department of Veteran Affairs Office of Construction & Facilities DESCR: Contact, Sylvia Gamboa - 707-944-4929The Contractor shall perform hazardous waste preparation, loading, transport and disposal services, provide regulated containers and replacement of regulated containers and services. Hazardous waste characterization services, respond to and provide emergency spill clean

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 SCHOOL ROAD SIDEWALK & REALIGNMENT PROJECT BETWEEN WASHINGTON AVE AND HWY Bid Date: 6/18/2013 PLAN #: 104093 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Humboldt Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,022,000.00 OWNER: County of Humboldt Ph: 707-445-7652 FAX: 707-445-7409 DESCR: Contact, Engineering Division (707) 445-7377 Includes traffic control, clearing, grubbing, removal / adjustment / reconstruction of existing facilities, earthwork required to construct new pedestrian facilities, construction of roundabout, pedestrian crossing, sidewalk facilities, installation of drainage facilities and placement of thermoplastic stripes / pavement markings. WATER IMPROVEMENTS 2013 PLAN #: 113076 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Eureka Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Eureka DESCR: Contact, City of Eureka (707) 445-7652 Work consists of the installation of 12” ductile iron water main, 6”x12” water valve assemblies, 12”x12” water valve assembly, 6”x12” tees and 6” hydrant valves, install long side (1”) water services, install short side (1”) water services, install short side (2”) water service, install water meter boxes in sidewalk. PEACH AVENUE WIDENING, KINGS CANYON ROAD TO BELMONT AVENUE PLAN #: 124082 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Fresno Online and Planroom Est Cost: $7,300,000.00 PREBID: 6/5 @ 10am PREBID: 2600 Fresno ST RM 4017N OWNER: City of Fresno DESCR: Contact, Michael Holly- 559-621-1165new asphalt concrete pavement, grind and overlay of asphalt concrete pavement, construction of curb and gutter, sidewalk, median, islands, curb ramps, pedestrian access ramps, concrete masonry wall construction, bus stop construction, street median island landscaping and irrigation. modifications of storm drainage systems, construction of sanitary sewer mains, traffic signal improvements, wireless ITS and IP camera installation, street lighting , signage and pavement delineation. WHITEWOOD GRAVITY SEWER PLAN #: 126076 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Page 26

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Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Perris Online & Print On Demand PREBID: MAND 5/28 9AM PREBID: Las Brisas and Walnut Creek Circle OWNER: Eastern Municipal Water District Ph: 951-928-3777 FAX: 951-928-6111 DESCR: Contact, Eastern Municipal Water District (951) 928-3777 The work to be constructed is located within APN 900-240-007 (adjacent to Whitewood Road and Sunset Way), along Sunset Way (from Ranch House Street to end of the culde-sac), along EMWD sewer easements (from Sunset Way to Interstate 215), across the Interstate 215 Freeway, and along EMWD easements (from interstate 215 to Las Brisas Road). (See Thomas Guide, Page 928, Grids D2 and E2)The work comprises construction of approximately 2300 linear feet of gravity sewer pipe and appurtenances, ranging in diameter from 15-inch to 18-inch, of which approximately 1500 linear feet shall be constructed within a 30-inch steel casing. The Contractor will connect the new gravity sewer at two locations within the existing system in Whitewood Road and Las Brisas Road as shown on the Contract Drawings. The pipeline construction includes a variation of open cut and pipe jacking areas, including jacking and receiving pits, through a residential street and neighborhood, environmentally sensitive areas, and crossing Interstate-215. Additional work includes installation of new manholes along the pipeline, construction of an AC pavement maintenance road, retaining walls, and driveway access at Las Brisas Road, all as described in accordance with these specifications and the Contract Drawings RIPON FIRE STATION NO.3 PLAN #: 133073 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Ripon Online and Planroom G.C.: Huff Construction Co. Ph: 209-545-7505 FAX: 209-545-2674 OWNER: Ripon Fire District Ph: 2095994209 DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department 209-523-8323Construction of a new 4,500 square foot, residential fire station with separate staff and public parking lots with approximately (1) acre of site improvements and landscaping. he building shall be wood framed with preengineered wood trusses, concrete slab foundation, 50-year composition shingle roof, stucco wall finish, vinyl windows, insulated roll-up doors, textured drywall interior, interior and exterior paint, solid core interior wood doors and trim, metal exterior & interior doors frames and laminated cabinetry. The floor finishes shall be a combination of carpet, tile, polished


concrete and smooth troweled concrete in the apparatus bay. The facility shall have a split HVAC system, a new 400 amp main electrical service and a diesel powered generator. 2013 SIERRA TRACT WATERLINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT Bid Date: 6/18/2013 PLAN #: 135017 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: South Lake Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/05 @ 10AM OWNER: South Lake Tahoe/Public Works Dept Ph: 530-542-6030 FAX: 530-541-3051 DESCR: Contact, Heidi Baugh - 530-543-6205Replacement of approximately 450 linear feet of water main on Chris from Reno to Carson streets with new 6-inch water main and associated water services, water meters, fire hydrants, water main connections, site restoration including landscaping and paving replacement. WASTE GAS FLARE REPLACEMENT ELK RIVER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT PLAN #: 153072 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Eureka Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Eureka PREBID: 6/4 @ 10AM PREBID: 4301 Hilfinker Lane DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department 707-441-4203Construct a 9FTx10FT concrete slab and installation of a waste gas flare assembly and associated piping, valves and controls. Including connections to existing 4 inch PVC digester gas pipe, connection to existing 1 inch digester pipe, extension of secondary stack, miscellaneous fittings, and other items not mentions to be furnished, fabricated, constructed, installed. The gas flare, controls, and associated valves are to be provided by the City of Eureka. Contractor is to supply all PEST CONTROL @ VARIOUS CHP COASTAL DIVISION AREA OFFICE PLAN #: 157073 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $5,000.00 OWNER: Dept. of California Highway Patrol Ph: 916-375-2940 FAX: 916-375-2944 DESCR: Contact, Pete Cornejo- 916-375-2130Contractor agrees to provide all personnel, labor, tools, equipment, materials and permits and license necessary to provide Pest Control at the various CHP Coastal Division Areas Offices, ANGEL ISLAND STATE PARK IMMIGRATION STATION HOSPITAL REHABILITATION PHASE 02 INFRASTRUCTURE REHABILITATION Bid Date: 6/18/2013 PLAN #: 177000

Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Marin Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $550,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/5 @ 10 am OWNER: State of California Natural Resources AgencyParks and Recreations DESCR: Contact, Dept of Parks & Recreation (916) 445-8889 Furnish all labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary to provide and install elevator, fire suppression system, electrical and other various other work for the historic Angel Island Immigration Station Hospital at ANGEL ISLAND STATE PARK in Marin County, California, complete and in accordance with the plans and specifications therefore and such addenda thereto as may be issued prior to bid opening ANGEL ISLAND STATE PARK IMMIGRATION STATION HOSPITAL REHABILITATION PHASE 02 INFRASTRUCTURE REHABILITATION PLAN #: 177000 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Marin Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $550,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/5 @ 10 am DESCR: Contact, Dept of Parks & Recreation (916) 445-8889 Furnish all labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary to provide and install elevator, fire suppression system, electrical and other various other work for the historic Angel Island Immigration Station Hospital at ANGEL ISLAND STATE PARK in Marin County, California, complete and in accordance with the plans and specifications therefore and such addenda thereto as may be issued prior to bid opening INTERIOR PAINTING @ CHP PERALTA PLATFORM SCALES PLAN #: 194002 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Yerba Linda Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/5 @ 10:30AM PREBID: Imperial Hwy and Weir Cyn OWNER: Department of Motor Vehicles Ph: 916-657-7822 DESCR: Contact, Corinne Newcomer - 916-375-2135Contractor agrees to provide all personnel, labor, tools, equipment, materials, permits and license necessary to provide interior paint services at the CHP Peralta Platform Scale. REMOVE AND REPLACE; FENCING; STEEL PLAN #:191089 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Anaheim Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Anaheim DESCR: Contact, James Aguila - 714-765-5218Fencing, wrought iron, including components, fencing, ornamental, remove existing fencing and install new steel construction fencing at it’s Walnut Canyon Reservoir. Continued on next page


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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 UPGRADE LOCKS & REKEY FACILITY WIDE PLAN #: 198004 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: San Francisco Online and Planroom Est Cost: $500,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 5/23 @ 11AM DESCR: Contact,Michael Corral (805) 642-8381 Contractor shall conduct interviews with each SFVAMC department Service Chiefs (or Service Chief’s designee) in order to determine staff access for each door “owned” by the Service. Contractor shall develop a new key code system based on the Best A2 Format which will be property of the VA upon completion. Contractor shall furnish and install two new key machines & associated equipment. Contractor shall provide and cut approximately 11,500 new keys. Contractor shall distribute new keys to SFVAMC staff based on Service Chief Interviews and in coordination with the COR. Contractor shall replace approximately 3,800 locks cylinder cores throughout the SFVAMC campus and outlying CBOC’s, and replace specified non ADA hardware indicated on survey. Contractor shall replace approximately 1,100 mortise locks with cylindrical locks SFVAMC shall provide contractor with (2) two core keys to existing SFVAMC lock core system, (1) one half size set of floor plans, and one complete copy of Door & Lock inventory, and one electronic copy of door lock inventory in MS Excel format via CD/DVD. For solicitation purposes the Door & Lock Inventory spreadsheet has been edited to remove sensitive information that is not necessary to prepare a cost proposal. The complete Door & Lock Inventory spreadsheet contains addition HOME POWER PROGRAM ELECTRICAL REPAIR PLAN #: 254068 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $2,000,000.00 PREBID: 6/4 @ 2PM PREBID: 6201 S Street # OF ADDENDA: 2 OWNER: Sacramento Municipal Utility District Ph: 888-742-7683 DESCR: Contact, Paul Bagley 916-732-6536The HomePower Service (HPS) is a subscription-based service for minor electrical repairs. Customers pay $5.95 per month on their utility bill to participate. Owner-occupants and landlords of single-family dwellings (up to 4 units per dwelling) are eligible to enroll. There is an annual $500 limit for repairs per customer. After enrollment, there is a wait period (up to 6 weeks) before

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the customer is eligible to request repair service. The service includes minor electrical repairs performed by licensed electrical Contractors who are on contract with SMUD. SMUD handles the initial telephone inquiries from customers for the request of service. The Contractor is notified by SMUD of the request for service, which results in a direct referral of the customer to the Contractor who provides the covered services. Approximately 7,000 service requests are expected from HomePower participants during the term of this contract. When the repair is completed, the Contractor invoices SMUD for the work performed. SMUD pays the Contractor directly, based on the fees outlined in their contract. SMUD reserves the right to award one or more contracts for a total combined not-to-exceed amount of $2,000,000 LATERAL 40 UNDERGROUND CANAL PROJECT PLAN #: 277043 Bid Date: 6/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Orland Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 1:30PM DESCR: Contact, Office of City Engineer (530) 895-1422 Construction of street and irrigation improvements including clearing, grubbing, demolition, roadway excavation, construction of concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks and driveways, placement of aggregate base and asphalt concrete, installation of concrete pressure pipe, construction of concrete transition structure and concrete weir, complete. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Santos Excavating, Inc. 530-894-2274 530-894-7767 Trent Construction 530-385-1778 530-385-1421

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 RANCHO SECO PV DECOMMISSIONING PLAN #: 22017 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Sacramento Online & Print On Est Cost: $700,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 3 Demand PREBID: MAND 5/21 @ 9am PREBID: 14440 Twin Cities Road OWNER: Sacramento Municipal Utility District Ph: 888-742-7683 DESCR: Contact, John Slingerland (jslinge@smud.org) Decommission, recycle and remove four utility grade photovoltaic arrays and may include the control buildings;


decommissioning effort will also include final site remediation, restoration and storm water management HATCH ROAD AT CARPENTER ROAD INTERSECTION PROJECT Bid Date: 6/19/2013 PLAN #: 43042 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Stanislaus Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,175,932.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 OWNER: County of Stanislaus DESCR: Stanislaus, County of (209) 525-4130 The work to be accomplished includes Intersection widening in all directions including; left turn lanes, approach tapers, decelerations lanes, and lane transitions. Installation of traffic signals. Installation. INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SEPTIC PLAN #: 44029 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: San Jose Online and Planroom Est Cost: $9,600.00 OWNER: California Department of Food & Agriculture DESCR: Contact, Donna Weber - 916-403-6521The California Department of Food and Agriculture, Pest detection/ emergency projects branch is in need of a contractor to provide two septic holding tanks for the disposal of trap waste. Deliver and install two septic holding tanks, service tanks weekly, remove tanks upon termination of contract. FURNISHING TO THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICES FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER COMPLEX Bid Date: 6/19/2013 PLAN #:55002 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 10AM PREBID: 1400 J Street DESCR: Contact, City of Sacramento 916-808---3564Furnishing to the City of Sacramento Landscape Maintenance Services for the Convention Center Complex. REPLACE CULVERT AND INSTALL SLOPE PROTECTION PLAN #: 64001 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sonoma Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $360,000.00 OWNER: State of CA DESCR: Contact, Denise Silvas - 916-808-6452Sonoma County about 19 miles north of Jenner at Warren Creek. Replace culvert and install rock slope protection. ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE @ CHP DIVISION AREA OFFICE PLAN #: 67085 Bid Date: 6/19/2013

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Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $75,000.00 OWNER: State of CA DESCR: Contact, Jeanne Sacco - 916-843-3819Provide all personal labor, tools, equipment, materials, permits and license necessary to provide elevator maintenance at the CHP Valley Division Area Office. ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE @ CHP VALLEY DIVISION AREA OFFICE PLAN #: 67085 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $75,000.00 DESCR: Contact, Jeanne Sacco - 916-843-3819Provide all personal labor, tools, equipment, materials, permits and license necessary to provide elevator maintenance at the CHP Valley Division Area Office. COOK-RIOLO ROAD AT BASELINE ROAD SIGNAL MODIFICATION PLAN #:75069 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $178,965.00 OWNER: County of Placer DESCR: Contact, Placer, County of - Procurerment Services Division (530) 889-7776 Remove two concrete medians and modify signal facilities including micro surfacing, restriping, overlaying, speed humps, vehicle speed feedback sign. Water pollution control, construction site management, traffic control stem, remove thermoplastic pavement markings, relocate roadside sign, adjust utility box frames and covers, signal electrical work, install pole and mount vehicle speed feedback sign, mobilization. !!!CANCELLED!!OROVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT REHABILITATION OF NORTH SIDE APRON FURNISH AND INSTALL PAPI RUNWAY PLAN #: 108092 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Oroville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,430,000.00 PREBID: 6/6 @ 10AM PREBID: 225 Chuck Yeager Way OWNER: City of Oroville DESCR: Contact, Oroville, City of (530) 5382420 Rehabilitate North Side Apron (approximately 400,000 sq. ft.) including grading, drainage, paving, marking, and new tie downs. Furnish and install new 2-box Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) Runway 02. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Studebaker Brown 530-333-3423 530-823-1341 Continued on next page


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Wednesday, June 19, 2013 NORTH HIGH SCHOOL MODERNIZATION PHASE 1 PLAN #: 121083 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Bakersfield Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/3 @ 10AM PREBID: 300 Galaxy Ave OWNER: Kern High School District Ph: 661-827-3122 FAX: 661-827-3309 DESCR: Purchasing Department - 661-827-3122Provide ceramic carpet special coating per special provisions and as indicated on drawings in building “G” Cafeteria. DISTRICT WIDE ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR FENCING Bid Date: 6/19/2013 PLAN #: 122084 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Bakersfield Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 10AM PREBID: 5801 Sundale Ave DESCR: Contact, Purchasing department - 661256-3319Numerous types and styles of fencing. Chain link fences and gates, ornamental metal fence and gates. Concrete. Exclusion of asbestos products and exclusion of lead products. CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES-PAPER GOODS/ PLASTIC CAN LINERS PLAN #: 134064 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Fresno Online and Planroom OWNER: California State University, Fresno DESCR: Contact, Virginia Matthew - 559-278-2111Formal sealed bids for custodial supplies, paper goods and plastic can liners, Roll tissue, jumbo, 2 ply twin saver, white tissue seat covers, multi fold paper towels, single fold paper towels, plastic can liners. STANDBY GENERATOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROGRAM PLAN #:136064 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Lodi Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Lodi DESCR: Contact, Public Works - 209-333-6740The successful bidder will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of various standby generators as represented in the bid documents provided by the City, including

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maintenance and repair of twenty-five (25) existing standby generators that range in size between 6KW to 2MW. The generators are located at facilities where operation during extended power outages is necessary to maintain public health and/or safety. The successful bidder will also be responsible for all additional parts and consumables as needed to complete the project. Since this is maintenance of existing equipment, a building permit will not be ACCESS SECURITY SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PLAN #: 182004 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Red Bluff Online and Planroom Est Cost: $21,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/5 @ 10am PREBID: 2440 Main Ave, Red Bluff OWNER: State of CA - Dept of General Services DESCR: Contact, Peter Flores - 916-322-8883Furnish and install an integrated card access system to replace the existing system, ensure that during replacement, neither system shall be down for more than one calendar day. Take down the old system in a cutover process. Provide training to building and property management. ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS PLAN #: 166076 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 4:30 PM PLANS AT: Modesto Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/6 # 3PM OWNER: City of Modesto, Human Resources Dept. DESCR: Contact, Gregory Wiliams - 209-577-5392Patio glass door, window, insulation, solar power ventilations, electrical, ceiling fans, solar power ventilation, window screens, sheet rock tape/texture, interior painting, electrical, convert outlets to GFCI, amole and carbon monoxide combo detector, finish plumbing, water heater, all roofing, strip roof, roof sheating, composition roof. WEIGHT EQUIPMENT PURCHASE FOR CLAYTON VALLEY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL PLAN #: 167073 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Pittsburg Online and Planroom OWNER: Mt. Diablo Unified School District Ph: 925-825-7440 FAX: 925-825-2505 DESCR: Contact, John Willford - 925-682-8000 Ext 85670Pendulum brute full rack with red connection links and base with chin and lock n load hooks, Olympic bar ivanko, heavy core bag, 75 lb heavy core bag, monster incline arms in red, cougar drive sled with harness attachments and 2 weight


horns, bumper plate racks, dumbbell racks, rogr pop up tackle sled, speed led, multi grip bar, work horse harness, chalk containers on casters, 5 gallon bucket of adhesive, super shrug ACCESS SECURITY SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PLAN #: 182004 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Red Bluff Online and Planroom Est Cost: $21,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/5 @ 10am PREBID: 2440 Main Ave, Red Bluff OWNER: State of CA - Dept of General Services DESCR: Contact, Peter Flores - 916-322-8883Furnish and install an integrated card access system to replace the existing system, ensure that during replacement, neither system shall be down for more than one calendar day. Take down the old system in a cutover process. Provide training to building and property management. DICK’S SPORTING GOODS STORE PLAN #: 193098 Bid Date: 6/19/2013 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Pleasant Hill Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 1 DESCR: Contact, Chris Reetz, Estimator (360) 949-6662 Ground-up construction of new two story, 67,444 SF Dick’s Sporting Goods store at Crossroads Mall in Pleasant Hills. Building structure Structural Steel with Metal Studs Framing, Masonry and Stucco. Work Scopes: Foundation Excavation & Footings, Surveying, Chain Link Fencing, Structural & Misc. Concrete, Concrete Sealer, Masonry & Thin Brick Veneer, Faux Stone, Structural Steel, Steel Erection, Steel Joists & Deck, Steel Stairs, Ladders, Steel Railings, Metal Framing, Carpentry, Wood Trellis, Protective Bollard Cover, Waterproofing, Insulation, Sheet Metal & Flashing, Metal Wall & Soffit Panels, Single Ply Roofing, Roof Hatch, Firestopping, Sealants, Door & Hardware Install, Access Doors, Storefront & Glazing, Aluminum Curtain Wall, Metal Stud Framing/ Gyp Board/Wood Blocking & Sheathing, Acoustical Ceiling, Stucco, FRP & Wall Surfacing, Painting, Fire Extinguishers, Wall Protection, Toilet Accessories/Partitions, Corner Guards, Elevator, Escalators, Plumbing, HVAC, Fire Suppression, Electrical, and Fire Alarm.

Thursday, June 20, 2013 HAZARDOUS & REGULATED WASTE REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL Bid Date: 6/20/2013 PLAN #:9034 Bid Time: 2:15 PM PLANS AT: Location: Online and Planroom Est Cost: $360,569.00 DESCR: Contact, Sheryl Luoma - 916-227-6038Absorbent pads, absorbent services, aerosol cans, contaminated fuel, corncob absorbents, diesel particulates, floor sweep absorbents, lamp ballasts, lead waste, machine tool

coolant, metal dust, paint booth filters, paint related wastes. WATERSHED SCIENCE RESEARCH CENTER STUCCO INVESTIGATION-REPAIR(PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS) PLAN #: 47019 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Davis Online and Planroom Est Cost: $550,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 2 PREBID: MAND 5/30 @ 10AM PREBID: 255 Cousteau Place OWNER: University Of California, Davis DESCR: Contact, Jill Tomczyk - dcmcontracts@ucdavis. eduRepair external cladding leaks in the existing twostory laboratory building, including landscape demolition / restoration, select cement plaster / flashing demolition / replacement, cleaning / coating the entire exterior and repair of interior window sills of all exterior windows. SEPTAGE AND COLLECTION SYSTEMS PUMPING AND HAULING PLAN #: 83077 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Nevada Online and Planroom Est Cost: $24,000.00 OWNER: Co of Nevada Ph: 530-265-1403 DESCR: Contact,Diana Wilburn (diana.wilburn@co.nevada. ca.us)Provide septage and collection system pumping and hauling for volumes of sludge or septage greater than the County’s equipment can handle. RFQ REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL LIGHTING ON THE DANA TO DOWNTOWN TRAIL PLAN #: 93078 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/13 @1pm OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, Amber Edenburn - 530-225-4135Contractor shall install, terminate, and test all 600V power cables necessary for the operation of the lights (B-101) through (B119) that are installed as shown on the contract drawings. All unused City Furnished cable shall be returned to the City after completion of cable installation. The contractor shall install low voltage power in the existing conduits in accordance with the drawings, the cable lengths on the drawings are only approximations, it shall be the contractors responsibility to determine the actual length of the cable required. Installation should be in accordance

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OLD OASIS WATER PROJECT PLAN #: 102098 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom Est Cost: $110,000.00 PREBID: 6/11 @ 9am PREBID: River Conference Room At City Hall OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, Darren Langfield (530) 225-4469 Install +/- 600’ of 8” water main (100’ of the water main shall be attached to the bridge deck of a new bridge being constructed over Churn Creek by Shasta County. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Whitehawk Construction 530-547-5944 530-547-5944 CONSTRUCTION OF PAVEMENT REHABILITATION ON LAKESHORE BOULEVARD Bid Date: 6/20/2013 PLAN #:105095 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Lakeshore Online and Planroom Est Cost: $680,000.00 OWNER: County of Lake Ph: 707-263-2341 DESCR: Contact, Public Works Department 707-263-2341Replacing asphalt concrete, edge grinding, culvert replacement, storm drain inlet replacement, placement of HMA leveling course, placement of an RHMA - G overlay followed by shoulder backing, pavement markings, pavement striping, pavement markers and final cleanup, you must perform, place or install other items and details not mentioned that are required of the plans under the standard specifications and special MCNAMARA PARK RENOVATION PLAN #:107096 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Merced Co. Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 6/4 @ 10AM PREBID: 678 W. 15’th St. OWNER: City of Merced DESCR: Contact, Merced, City of - Public Works (209) 385-6892 Installation of a synthetic turf field, new fencing, new splash pad, new play equipment, new drainage facilities, new restroom, new arbor, new landscaping and irrigation, concrete work, improvements

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to existing electrical system, resurfacing and striping of parking lot and basketball court and all other such items as described on the plans and in these specifications BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Iomlan Construction 209-664-9960 209-664-9979 NEGOTIATED PROJECT- 16 POWERHOUSEBLDG Bid Date: 6/20/2013 PLAN #:119087 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom G.C.: TRICORP HEARN CONSTRUCTION, INC. Ph: (916) 779-8010 FAX: (916) 779-8011 DESCR: Contact,Brooklyn Erickson (berickson@ tricorphearn.comConstruct an 84,969 SF apartment building with 50 residential units, 1st floor retail shell space and a 49-stall parking garage with vehicle parking systems; building construction is five stories of Type 3A construction over one level of Type 1A concrete podium with a mat slab; DEER PARK ROAD SAFETY ENHANCEMENT PLAN #: 141063 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Napa Co. Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/3 @ 2PM OWNER: County of Napa Ph: 707-253-4351 FAX: 707-253-4627 DESCR: Contact, Public Works Department 707-299-4466Installation of two solar powered vehicle speed feedback sign with radar displays ta include data collection to store, retrieve, and analyze traffic data, near the intersection of Deer Park Road and Sunnyside Road. All construction activities, including staging, shall occur within county right of way. Traffic control will be conducted per CAMUTCD standards. NICE-LUCERNE CUTOFF REHABILITATION FROM HIGHWAY 29 TO 0.27 MILES EAST OF RODMAN SLOUGH BRIDGE Bid Date: 6/20/2013 PLAN #:143061 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Lakeport Online and Planroom Est Cost: $670,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/10 @ 10AM PREBID: Intersection of Nice-Lucerne cutoff and Lakeshore OWNER: County of Lake


Ph: 707-263-2341 DESCR: Contact, County of Lake (707) 263-2341 Vertical realignment of the roadway from Highway 29 to 0.27 East of Rodman Slough Bridge. Cold planning a portion of the existing asphalt surface, placement of an HMA leveling course, placement of an RHMA-G overlay, placement of HMA dike, followed by traffic striping and pavement markings, shoulder backing, and final cleanup. REPLACE AIR CONDITIONING G&T BUILDINGS Bid Date: 6/20/2013 PLAN #: 145070 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Patton Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/17 @ 9AM PREBID: 3102 E. Highland Ave OWNER: State of CA DESCR: Contact, Kristen Hernandez - 909-425-7900The contractor must provide all transportation, hauling, disposing, testing, services, labor, tools, materials, and equipment necessary to replace existing steam heat and evaporative cooling system with HVAC system in the G&T building. The floor plan for G building is approximately 14,000 sf, the floor plan for T building Is approximately 10,000 sf, work shall include supply/return duct work, related electrical upgrade, rewiring, replace main breaker/service panels, install conduit, re land all existing branch circuits, add new circuits, replace old units with new air conditioning condensing units and forced air heating units, install gas SAFE ROUTE 2 SCHOOL PROJECT CARROLL FOWLER & MAE HENSLEY CORRIDOR PLAN #: 159083 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Ceres Online and Planroom Est Cost: $400,000.00 OWNER: City of Ceres DESCR: Contact, Leisser Mazariegos - 209-538-5794Removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutter, curb ramps, driveway approaches, pavement, pavements markings and striping, installation of pavement transitions, in roadway lighting, relocation of existing street signs, water pollution control, and other such items not mentioned that are required in plans and specs. ON CALL, AS NEEDED MAINTENANCE SERVICE WORK FOR THE COMMUNICATIONS CONTROLLED PLAN #: 168081 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:15 PM PLANS AT: Various Online and Planroom Est Cost: $150,000.00 OWNER: Department of Transportation - Division Of Procurement and Contracts

DESCR: Contact, Betty Graham- 916-227-6048This invitation to bid is for on call, as needed maintenance service work for the communications controlled Environmental Vaults or hubs in Cal trans District 4 in the following counties; Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma and Napa. The service will be based on a three year tern contract. POLYESTER CONCRETE BRIDGE DECK OVERLAY PLAN #: 179097 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Santa Cruz Online and Planroom DESCR: Contact, Tim Bailey (831) 454-2391 The project provides for the placement of a polyester concrete overlay on the Mt. Hermon Road Bridge over Zayante Creek and the Glen Arbor Road Bridge over the San Lorenzo River. SOUTH TENNIS COURT RESURFACING PROJECT PLAN #: 181005 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Rohnert Park Online and Planroom Est Cost: $115,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 6/6@2PM PREBID: Optional -1801 E. Cotati Ave OWNER: Sonoma State University DESCR: Contact, Sonoma Development Center (707) 9386000 Sonoma State University is seeking qualified contractors to provide all labor, materials, equipment and transportation necessary to resurface up to 3 pairs of south side tennis courts at Sonoma State University. FOUR SEASONS TANKAND WOODHILL-WOODVIEW WATERLINE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PLAN #: 189022 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Tahoe City Online & Print On Est Cost: $390,241.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 Demand PREBID: MAND 5/29 @ 10am PREBID: 221 Fairway Drive OWNER: Tahoe City Public Utility District Ph: 530-583-3796 DESCR: Contact, Tahoe City Public Utility District (530) 583-3796 All labor, materials, tools, equipment, and incidentals necessary to construct apprx 2,084 linear feet of 12’ water line, valves, an air release valve assembly, a blow off assembly, electrical service and associated items as shown on the construction drawings. BIDDERS LIST: Supplier: Sierra Trench Protection 530-887-9413 530-887-9112 Continued on next page


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Thursday, June 20, 2013 CHABOYA DIVISION PAVING REHABILITATION PLAN #: 317018 Bid Date: 6/20/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Santa Clara Online and Planroom PREBID: 5/30 @ 10am PREBID: 3331 North First Street Bulding A (Site inspection OWNER: Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Ph: 408-321-7189 FAX: 408-955-9729 DESCR: Contact, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (408) 321-2300 Work consists of pavement rehabilitation of the bus parking area at the Chaboya Division including dig-out and repair areas, edge wedge cutting, BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Ghilotti Construction Co 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376

Friday, June 21, 2013 MCDONALD’S PLAN #: 89076 Bid Date: 6/21/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Antelope Online and Planroom OWNER: Wells Construction Ph: 916-788-4485 FAX: (916) 788-4481 DESCR: Contact, Wells Construction, Inc (916) 788-4485 Project consists of the major remodel of and existing 3,824 SF single story wood Frame McDonald’s restaurant. Site work consists of modifications to the existing single drive thru to a double drive thru and associated upgrades. The project is scheduled to begin construction 7/8/13 and complete by 8/12/13. We are accepting bids for the following trades: STUCCO REPAIR AT DELTA VIEW ELEMENTARY PLAN #:109088 Bid Date: 6/21/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Pittsburg Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/10 @ 10AM PREBID: 2913 Rio Verde OWNER: Mt. Diablo Unified School District Ph: 925-825-7440 FAX: 925-825-2505 DESCR: Contact, MT Diablo Unified School- (925) 6828000 Preparation of surface including demo and removal. Installation of new Dens Glass sheathing as necessary. Install new stainless steel flashing, embedded sealant, weep, metal lath, 2 Ply 60 WRB and control joints to match existing. Patch stucco finish to match existing Page 34

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texture. Prime and paint all new stucco including recent test work areas to match existing REMEDIATION WORK AT DELTA VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLAN #:163078 Bid Date: 6/21/2013 Bid Time: 2:30 PM PLANS AT: Pittsburg Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/10 @10:30 Am PREBID: 2916 Rio Verde OWNER: Mt. Diablo Unified School District Ph: 925-825-7440 FAX: 925-825-2505 DESCR: Contact, Mt. Diablo USD (925) 825-7440 Disassemble affected wall shelving and demolition of affected drywall using abatement best practices for mold. Abate remaining effected area including the affected shelving. Re-install shelving, install new drywall, finish tape and paint to match existing. Work to be completed during non-

Monday, June 24, 2013 NORTH TAHOE INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY LAB PLAN #: 27026 Bid Date: 6/24/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Truckee Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/10 @ 2PM PREBID: 2945 Polaris Road OWNER: Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Ph: 530-582-2548 DESCR: Contact, Anna Klovstad at(530) 582-2548, aklovstad@ttusd.orgmodifications to the woodshop at North Tahoe High School including construction of an audio/visual room, a robotics room, a computer lab and moving the existing work shop equipment as more particularly set BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Landmark Construct 916-663-1953 9 16-663-1867 Bobo Construction, 916-685-2285 9 16-714-4850 CITRUS TOWN CENTER PAD BUILDING PLAN #: 60091 Bid Date: 6/24/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Citrus Heights Online and Planroom OWNER: Moorefield Construction Ph: 916-614-7888 FAX: 916-614-7898 DESCR: Contact, Matt Zilch - mzilch@moorefieldconstruction. comSurveying, demolition, grading and paving, underground utilities, concrete, masonry, structural steal, rough carpentry,


insulation, built up roofing, caulking doors, frames and hardware, storefront, plaster, painting, awnings, fire sprinklers, plumbing, HVAC and electrical and fire NELSON WELL SUBMERSIBLE PUMP PROJECT PLAN #: 74069 Bid Date: 6/24/2013 Bid Time: 9:00 AM PLANS AT: Lincoln Online and Planroom Est Cost: $200,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 10AM PREBID: 600 Sixth Street OWNER: City of Lincoln DESCR: Contact, City of Lincoln (916) 434-2400 Work consists of the furnishing of all labor, materials, plant, and equipment, and constructing therewith the City of Lincoln Nelson Well Submersible Pump Project, complete and in satisfactory operating condition, all as shown on the plans and/ or specified herein. The contractor shall remove and salvage to the City the existing verticle turbine pump, column, and motor to a location at the City to be determined by City personnel. BRIDGE REMOVAL, BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AND ROADWAY WIDENING PLAN #: 196094 Bid Date: 6/24/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Napa Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $2,380,000.00 OWNER: County of Napa Ph: 707-253-4351 FAX: 707-253-4627 DESCR: Contact, Denise Silvas - 916-Napa County about 2 miles south of junction of Route 128 at Capell Creek Bridge, bridge removal and bridge replacement and roadway

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 2428 IVY STREET ,LIVE OAK PLAN #: 7028 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 B id Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Live Oak Online and Planroom PREBID: 06/18 @ 10:30 AM OWNER: Regional Housing Authority of Sutter & Nevada County DESCR: Contact, Regional Housing Authority of Sutter & Nevada Co. (530) 671-0220 replace both shower and tub control in the hall bath, new control shall fit into the same location as existing, new control shall be “Moen” or approved equal. Water line, master bath shower, kitchen floor, toilets, exterior garage, windows, patio door REVISED 2013 STATE WATERLINE PROJECT PLAN #:8016 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: South Lake Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 5/23 @ 1PM PREBID: 1275 Meadwow Crest Drive OWNER: South Lake Tahoe/Public Works Dept Ph: 530-542-6030 FAX: 530-541-3051

DESCR: Contact, Shannon Coltulla (530) 544-6574 Includes replacement of +/- 6,200 LF of water main with new 8” and 6” water main and associated water services, water meters, fire hydrants, water main connections, site restoration, landscaping, paving, etc. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: California Drilling 775-626-7733 7 75-626-7731 EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS ON FERN STREET PLAN #: 45004 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Humboldt Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $682,200.00 OWNER: County of Humboldt Ph: 707-445-7652 FAX: 707-445-7409 DESCR: Contact, Humboldt, County of (707) 445-7652 Includes placing a temporary culvert and stream diversion, removing existing culverts and stockpiled unsuitable material, structure excavation (culvert and channel), placing 96” reinforced concrete pipe culvert on rock bedding, embankment, placing mechanically stabilized embankment (wire wall) at inlet and outlet with 1/2-ton rock slope protection, stream bed control rock and river run gravel, erosion control items and hydro. CONSTRUCT STORM WATER BMP’S, BIKE LANES AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS PLAN #: 48018 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: El Dorado Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $5,400,000.00 OWNER: County of El Dorado DESCR: Contact, Denise Silva - 916-227-6259El Dorado County in and near Meyers from Johnson Pass Road to Incline Road. Construct Storm Water BMPs, Bike Lanes And Drainage Systems. In El Dorado County In And Near Meyers From Johnson Pass Road To Incline Road The Contractor must have either a Class A license or a combination of Class C licenses which constitutes a majority of the work. 125 Working Days * 7% DBE Requirement * Cost per set: Bidders: $E-ad, NonNEES AVENUE STREET IMPROVEMENTS PLAN #: 54013 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Clovis Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Clovis DESCR: Contact, Clovis, City of (559) 584-7499 Clearing and grubbing, earthwork and grading, street construction, grind and overlay, miscellaneous concrete work, street striping and signage, relocation of communication boxes and adjustment of existing facilities to Click on the plan title to go directly to that plan on the Online Planroom Continued on next page


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Tuesday, June 25, 2013 CITYWIDE ROADWAY AND MEDIAN IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 6/25/2013 PLAN #:68070 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Folsom Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Folsom DESCR: Contact, Brian Reed - 916-355-8322. Mobilization, SWPPP, traffic control, saw cut, clearing and grubbing, median demo, roadway excavation, export, import topsoil, median preparation, type 4 curb, type 5 median curb, AC, AB, pavement striping, abandon existing water service, irrigation controller. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: B & M Builders, Inc. 916-862-0095 866-903-3437 SWITCHGEAR TESTING AND SYSTEM MAINTENANCE PLAN #: 72090 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $53,500.00 PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 10 am PREBID: 901P Street OWNER: State of CA - Dept of General Services DESCR: Contact, Dept of General Services (916) 651-6396 The Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment and materials required for inspection, testing, calibration, and maintenance of switchgears in accordance with manufacturer’s standards. RIOSA ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJEC PLAN #:76073 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Sheridan Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,126,000.00 OWNER: County of Placer DESCR: Contact,Public Works Project Manager (publicworks@placer.ca.gov Replace / improve the roadway and drainage facilities along 1,600’ in Riosa Road, from +/- 9th Street to mid block between 12th and 13th Streets, including addition of curb / gutter on both sides of Riosa Road, asphalt concrete overlay, an attached concrete sidewalk on the north side of the road, drainage inlets, underground storm drain pipe, grading BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Sierra Valley Construction 916-772-0800 916-772-0825 Westcon Construction 916-663-2425 916-663-2448 Westcon Construction 916-663-2425 916-663-2448 Page 36

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BRENTWOOD DR, CHURCH ST, SHERIDAN DR AND SPRING CREEK DR SEWER AND WATER Bid Date: 6/25/2013 PLAN #: 96092 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Santa Rosa Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,950,000.00 PREBID: 6/18 @ 10AM PREBID: 69 Stony Circle OWNER: City of Santa Rosa DESCR: Contact, Santa Rosa, City of (707) 543-3800 Water pollution control, traffic control, potholing to verify utility clearance, remove tree and grind stump, remove barricades, roadway excavation, asphalt concrete surface, asphalt concrete base, remove and replace concrete, permanent trench paving, storm drain pipe, allowance, curb and gutter, sewer lateral, sanitary sewer system, pedestrian ramp, valley gutter, traffic stripes, sidewalk and driveway apron, replacement, 8 inch water main, dual water service reconnection, backflow device testing, remove and salvage existing fire hydrant, fire hydrant and lateral, assembly, commercial, trench bracing and shoring, water, adjust existing BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Suulutaaq, Inc. Unit 2 707-427-3209 707-419-4851 Argonaut Constructors 707-542-4862 707-542-4897 Supplier: Ferguson Enterprises 916-381-6100 916-381-7445 HORTICULTURE GREENHOUSE ADDITION PLAN #: 98072 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Stockton Online and Planroom Est Cost: $475,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/12 @ 11Am OWNER: San Joaquin Delta College - Bond Management Office Ph: 209-951-8869 FAX: 209-9518867 DESCR: Contact, San Joaquin Delta College District (209) 954-5065 Purchase and installation of a new greenhouse at the Horticulture Area. This will include the purchase and erection of a new greenhouse building (including new benches as shown on plans), concrete pad, plumbing, HVAC and electrical connections from existing infrastructure to the new greenhouse. There will also be a sidewalk installed to meet DSA access requirements between the new greenhouse and the main Stockton BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: A-vet Construction, Inc. 209-371-8880 209-371-8960 Seward L. Schreder 530-229-0001 530-229-0070 Bc Construction 209-531-1252 209-531-1254 Bobo Construction, Inc. 916-685-2285 916-714-4850 Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600


SONOMA CREEK SENIOR HOUSING REROOFING, EXTERIOR REPAINTING & REPAIR PROJECT Bid Date: 6/25/2013 PLAN #: 99077 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sonoma Online and Planroom Est Cost: $475,800.00 PREBID: MAND 6/5 @ 10AM PREBID: 751 Oregon Street G.C.: Midstate Construction Ph: (707) 762-3200 FAX: (707) 762-0700 OWNER: Sonoma Creek Senior Housing Ph: 707-933-2211 DESCR: Contact, Development Service Department 707-938-3681Removal and replacement of composition shingle roof, removal and replacement of gutters and downspouts, damage repair, replacement and repair of various garden railings, painting of the entire exterior of all buildings, replacement of existing smoke alarms, with new dual smoke/carbon monoxide alarms and installation of new smoke alarms in C.U.S.D. METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORK PHASE 3 PLAN #: 120077 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Fresno Online and Planroom Est Cost: $2,700,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 OWNER: City of Fresno PREBID: 5/31 @ 11AM PREBID: 4017N, City Hall DESCR: Contact,Fresno, City of - Dept Purchasing Division (559) 621-1332 The scope of work includes but not limited to installation of conduits, PRIMARY CLARIFIER COATING REPLACEMENT 2013 PROJECT PLAN #: 131073 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Vallejo Online and Planroom Est Cost: $175,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 6/12 @ 10am PREBID: 450 Ryder Street OWNER: City of Vallejo DESCR: Contact, Vallejo Sanitation & Flood Control District (707) 644-8949 Removing existing epoxy coating from the primary clarifier mechanism and walkway, and all other metal and piping inside and outside the primary clarifier by method of abrasive blasting. Coating the primary clarifier mechanism and walkway; and all other metal and piping inside & outside the primary clarifier. Contractor shall be responsible for all RUSSIAN RIVER COIUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT TREATMENT PLANT PLAN #: 139070 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Sonoma Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $2,400,000.00 DESCR: Contact, Public Works Department 707-547-1900Construct a biological nutrient removal system,

including construction of baffle walls, pumping recirculation, micro digester aeration, blowers mixers, motor control center, electrical panels, instruments and controls. OVERLAY PROJECT 2013 PLAN #: 142058 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,070,000.00 OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, City of Redding (530) 225-4170 Work consists of street surface preparation, approx. 7,500 tons of asphalt concrete overlay, replace AC surfacing, cold milling, pavement marking, traffic control and all other work shown. 2012/13 PAVEMENT SLURRY SEAL PROJECT PLAN #:151069 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Danville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $652,000.00 OWNER: Town of Danville DESCR: Contact, Danville, Town of (925) 314-3346 The work generally includes, but is not limited to, preparatory tree trimming, removal and replacement of existing asphalt concrete pavement, sealing of cracks, removal of existing pavement striping and markers, slurry seal of asphalt pavement, installation of new pavement striping and markers, removal and replacement of existing signs, traffic control, and other items that are required by the plans, standard FURNISH LANDSCAPE AND TURF MAINTENANCE SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF CORNINGGGG Bid Date: 6/25/2013 PLAN #: 170002 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Corning Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Corning DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department530-824-7029Mowing of all lawn areas on a weekly basis during the growing seasons and as needed, lawn area will b edged, lawn areas to be fertilized, trash or debris in the lawn area is to be removed, the tree and shrub areas to be pruned and weeded at start up and pruned and weeded as needed, tree and shrub areas to be fertilized in early May and early November, treatment for weed control, sprinkler system to be inspected weekly for leaks, Contractor shall provide equipment, landscape watering controls

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Tuesday, June 25, 2013 RETROFIT COLUMNS AND ADD BRACING PLAN #: 251049 Bid Date: 6/25/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: El Dorado Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,140,000.00 OWNER: County of El Dorado DESCR: Contact, Denise Silva - 916-227-6248El Dorado County in Placerville at Coloma Street Pedestrian Overcrossing and at Smith Flat Road undercrossing.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013 RFP 300 RICHARDS BLVD 2ND FLOOR PLAN #:57007 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 5:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Paul Sheridan - 916-808-5961RFP for the procurement of 6,000 single spaced parking meters, component enhancements and associated back and support software systems and services. PORT OF STOCKTON FORWARD COMMAND POST (FCP) PROJECT Bid Date: 6/26/2013 PLAN #:61085 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Stockton Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/12 @ 10am PREBID: 2201 W. Washington Street OWNER: Port of Stockton DESCR: Contact- Stockton, Port of (209) 946-0246 The Port of Stockton was awarded FY2011 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provision for the development of their Forward Command Post, located at the Port of Stockton on the West Complex. PARKS IRRIGATION REHAB-PHASE 4 FREEMAN PARK PLAN #:78079 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Woodland Online and Planroom Est Cost: $353,000.00 OWNER: City of Woodland DESCR: Contact, Clara Olmedo-530-661-5820Replace the in ground irrigation system that will include turf

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replacement and other enhancements such as benches, picnic tables, paths, landscaping of the park’s parking lot and a bid alternate for a basketball 5TH STREET, 5TH STREET VIADUCT AND RAILYARDS BOULEVARD AT SACRAMENTO RAILYARDS Bid Date: 6/26/2013 PLAN #: 13028 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $23,000,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 6/6 @ 10AM (Highly Recommended) PREBID: 5’th Street Railyards Boulevard OWNER: City of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Job Blank - 916-808-7914Includes construction of +/- 712 LF of roadway and utility improvements from H Street north to the existing 5th Street overhead bridge, including accompanying retaining walls and embankment; +/- 391 LF of elevated viaduct; +/- 725 LF of roadway and utility improvements from the 5th Street viaduct to Railyards Boulevard, including accompanying retaining walls and embankment; +/- 2,795 LF of roadway and utility improvements from Bercut Drive to 7th Street; construction of lined retention basin and design / fabrication / installation of shade structures located at two locations on the 5th Street Overhead Bridge. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Shasta Constructors 530-365-3930 530-365-5465 Sub Contractor: Preston Pipelines 408-262-1418 408-262-1870 Supplier: Ferguson Enterprises 916-381-6100 916-381-7445 RFP 300 RICHARDS BLVD 2ND FLOOR PLAN #: 57007 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 5:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Paul Sheridan - 916-808-5961RFP for the procurement of 6,000 single spaced parking meters, component enhancements and associated back and support software systems and services. PORT OF STOCKTON FORWARD COMMAND POST (FCP) PROJECT Bid Date: 6/26/2013 PLAN #: 61085 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Stockton


Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/12 @ 10am PREBID: 2201 W. Washington Street OWNER: Port of Stockton DESCR: Contact- Stockton, Port of (209) 946-0246 The Port of Stockton was awarded FY2011 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provision for the development of their Forward Command Post, located at the Port of Stockton on the West Complex. PARKS IRRIGATION REHAB-PHASE 4 FREEMAN PARK PLAN #: 78079 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Woodland Online and Planroom Est Cost: $353,000.00 OWNER: City of Woodland DESCR: Contact, Clara Olmedo-530-661-5820Replace the in ground irrigation system that will include turf replacement and other enhancements such as benches, picnic tables, paths, landscaping of the park’s parking lot and a bid alternate for a basketball EAST ARBORETUM AREA, CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT GARDEN (CNPG) AND DAVIS COMMON PARKING LOT (DCP) PLAN #:79057 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Davis Online and Planroom Est Cost: $496,700.00 PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 1PM PREBID: 255 Cousteau Place OWNER: University Of California, Davis DESCR: Contact, heather Eckels - 530-752-6115Provide all labor, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, insurance, and services to remove some existing asphalt, concrete, and trees. Work shall include, but is not limited to, grading area, installation of irrigation systems, shade structure with footings, asphalt paths, bike paths, and other hardscape. Work shall also include footings for a future sculpture BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Landmark Construction 916-663-1953 916-663-1867 Bobo Construction, Inc. 916-685-2285 916-714-4850 Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600 300 HP SUBMERSIBLE VERTICAL TURBINE PUMP AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY Bid Date: 6/26/2013 PLAN #: 101089 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding

Online and PlanroomPREBID: 6/13 @8am DESCR: Contact, Mari Szynal - 530-225-4138Pump and motor assembly, installation, furnish and install to the City of Redding, 300 HP Submersible Vertical Turbine Pump and Motor Assembly per the specifications and general conditions. 300 HP SUBMERSIBLE VERTICAL TURBINE PUMP AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY PLAN #: 101089 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/13 @8am PREBID: Enterprise well 23 3830, Meadowview Drive OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, Mari Szynal - 530-225-4138Contractor shall furnish and install a new 300HP submersible vertical turbine pump and motor assembly of current manufacture and all material, labor, tools and equipment as required to install the complete 300 horsepower submersible vertical turbine pump and motor assembly rated at 1500 gallons per minute on an existing ten inch pipe column LOW LIFT ACCESS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS PLAN #:106098 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Yuba Online and Planroom Est Cost: $265,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 5/29 @ 10am PREBID: 701 Northgate Drive OWNER: City of Yuba City DESCR: Contact, Mandeep Chohan 530-822-4694Construction of a 20-33’ access road approximately 2,584 LF in length. Work includes roadway excavation, a 12” scarification and od native material and installation of reinforced geotextile fabric followed by placement of 12” compacted class 2 aggregate base. The work includes mobilization, demobilization, furnishing of all labor, tools, equipment, materials, tax, incidentals and services for the work described in the

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013 CHANATE ROAD PEDESTRIAN PATH PLAN #:146072 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Santa Rosa Online and Planroom Est Cost: $130,000.00 PREBID: 6/19 @ 10AM PREBID: Chanate Road OWNER: City of Santa Rosa DESCR: Contact, Santa Rosa, City of (707) 543-3800 Includes utility clearances, removal of trees, stump grinding, resetting fence, clearing, grubbing, earthwork, roadway excavation, geogrid, subgrade stabilization fabric, erosion control, class 2 aggregate base, asphalt concrete, asphalt concrete dike, CIP bridge abutments, concrete modular retaining wall, pedestrian bridge, relocation of street signs, reinforced concrete storm drain pipe, bridge abutment drain, curb / gutter, minor concrete, redwood fence, metal beam guard rail, object markers, traffic striping, pavement markings, raised pavement markers, TRASH COMPACTOR FOR THE NEW SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS BUILDING PLAN #:150065 Bid Date: 6/26/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: San Joaquin Online and Planroom Est Cost: $50,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/6 @ 10AM OWNER: San Joaquin Delta Community College District Ph: 209-954-5065 FAX: 209-954-5601 DESCR: Contact, San Joaquin Delta College District (209) 954-5065 Construction of a new CMU trash compactor enclosure for the New Science & Mathematics Complex, including but not limited to: Earthwork, CMU enclosure, metal gate, concrete footings and slab-ongrade, electrical and water service. With the exception of electrical connections to the Trash Compactor, which are included in this scope, the Trash Compactor equipment is furnished and installed by others. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Bc Construction 209-531-1252 2 09-531-1254 WEST AVENUE, SHEPPARD, ROSELAND ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROJECT Bid Date: 6/26/2013 PLAN #:158066 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sonoma Co.

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Online and Planroom OWNER: County of Sonoma DESCR: Contact,Sonoma, County of (707) 585-2231 The project consists of construction curb ramps, bulb outs, lighted pedestrian signs; installation of new sidewalk, curb and gutter, and pavement markings and striping. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 Sub Contractor: Stormwater Specialists 707-280-2510 916-405-4180

Thursday, June 27, 2013 ELK GROVE BOULEVARD/STATE ROUTE 99 INTERCHANGE MODIFICATIONS PROJECT Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #:3023 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Elk Grove Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/14 @ 10Am PREBID: 8401 Laguna Palms Way OWNER: City of Elk Grove DESCR: Contact, Danielle Dees- 916-627-3218The proposed work shall be performed in accordance with the plans, specifications and other contract documents and shall consist of the following: a northbound loop on-ramp to State Route (SR) 99 from East Stockton Boulevard, south of Elk Grove Boulevard, eliminate the signal at the existing northbound on-ramp at Elk Grove Boulevard, and to add a second left tum lane to westbound Elk Grove Boulevard at the existing southbound on-ramp. This Project includes parking lot reconfiguration, roadway excavation and construction, signing and striping, traffic signal installation, irrigation and landscaping NAPA COUNTY LIBRARY LIGHTING RETROFIT PLAN #:4018 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Napa Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $54,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/10 @ 3AM and 6/18 @ 9AM PREBID: 580 Coombs St, Napa OWNER: County of Napa Ph: 707-253-4351 FAX: 707-253-4627 DESCR: Contact, Zandra Massari zandra.massari@ countyofnapa.org The work generally consists of, but is not limited to all labor and materials for: 1. Removal and disposal of certain portions of existing light fixture and controls. 2. Installation of new energy efficient retrofit lights.


3. Work also includes validation of existing light levels and post retrofit light levels. 4. Contractor shall provide all labor and materials to have a complete and operable system whether shown or not shown. All work shall meet all applicable codes. YUBA CITY COURTHOUSE PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS PLAN #: 5025 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Yuba Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Yuba City DESCR: Contact, Leland Roberts -leland.roberts@jud. ca.govPre Qualified Contractors list is in the “Bidders list” TabConstruct a new courthouse consisting of five multi-use courtrooms and one large courtroom along with support spaces that totals +/- 73,780 GSF; it will be three-stories, above grade with a basement level containing the main in-custody holding area; structure is a steel monument frame system in spread footings; exterior finishes include Acrylic modified cement plaster, exterior wall tile, glass curtain wall, exposed architectural grade steel structure, concrete masonry unit wall with cement plaster and louvered metal fencing and gates area with a deep roof overhang for shading; trades will include site civil engineering, landscaping, architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, electrical, audiovisual, telecommunications, security, vertical transportation, furniture, equipment and signage. BIDDERS LIST: Construction Management: Turner Construction 916-452-4882 916-452-4887 General Contractor: Swinerton Builders 916-383-4825 916-388-9197 Sundt Construction 415-892-0848 000-000-0000 Dpr Construction 916-568-3434 916-568-3442 Swinerton Builders 408-567-9755 408-567-9754 Sub Contractor: Presidential Fire Protect 916-379-9199 916-379-9099 Stormwater Specialists 707-280-2510 916-405-4180 Supplier: Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 916-381-6100 916-381-7445 REPLACEMENT OF I STREET OVERHEAD STRUCTURE & APPROACHES WITH A NEW BRIDGE OVER SACRAMENTO RIVER Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 15028 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom PREBID: 5/29 @ 11am # OF ADDENDA: 1 OWNER: City of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Jesse Gothan (916) 808-6897 Provide professional services to complete all necessary engineering plans and studies, environmental studies and documentation for a new bridge crossing of the Sacramento River that would

accommodate the existing highway overhead structure of the I Street Bridge. REPLACEMENT OF I STREET OVERHEAD STRUCTURE & APPROACHES WITH A NEW BRIDGE OVER SACRAMENTO RIVER Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 15028 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 3 PREBID: 5/29 @ 11am OWNER: City of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Jesse Gothan (916) 808-6897 Provide professional services to complete all necessary engineering plans and studies, environmental studies and documentation for a new bridge crossing of the Sacramento River that would accommodate the existing highway overhead structure of the I Street Bridge. METHACRYLATE BRIDGE DECK SEAL 2013 PROJECT PLAN #: 18032 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom Est Cost: $170,000.00 OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, Dennis Russo - 530--245-7154Clean and seal existing concrete bridge decks, place traffic stripes and pavement markers, provide traffic control, and complete other items of work in accordance with plans, standard specs and these special BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Shasta Constructors 530-365-3930 5 30-365-5465 TAHOMA MEADOWS MUTUAL WATER CO. TRANSMISSION PIPELINE PROJECT- PHASE 2 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 19033 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Tahoe Online and Planroom Est Cost: $368,395.00 PREBID: MAND 6/4 @ 2PM PREBID: 221 Fairway Drive OWNER: Tahoe City Public Utility District Ph: 530-583-3796 DESCR: Contact, Cory Allison (callison@tcupd.org) (x 11) (530) 583-3796 Construct +/- 1,743 LF of 10” waterline, 570 LF of 8” waterline, an elevated creek crossing in a 24” steel casing, an air release valve BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Herback General 775-267-6800 7 75-786-7595 Burdick Excavating 530-546-7217 5 30-546-7891 Continued from last page


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FIRST NEW GROUND LEVEL TANK PLAN #: 23027 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Woodland Online and Planroom Est Cost: $6,200,000.00 OWNER: City of Woodland DESCR: Contact, Liz Houek- 530-661-5973Construction of a 3.0 million gallon pre stressed concrete water storage reservoir and a booster pump station with a rated capacity of 6,000 gallons per minute. The concrete reservoir is a circular tank with a diameter of about 130 feet and a height of about 35 feet. The booster pump station consists in pumps, an automatic control valve, electrical controls, and chemical feed housed in a single story, masonry building. Additional work includes standby power water transmission mains, site piping, paving, electrical and instrumentation, landscaping and wrought BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Preston Pipelines 408-262-1418 408-262-1870 RENOVATIONS AT SENIOR HOUSING UNITS, LAWRENCE ST. CERES Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #:24017 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Ceres Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/06 @ 9AM PREBID: 2490 Lawrence St. OWNER: Housing Authority of County of Stanislaus Ph: 209-557-2008 FAX: 209-557-2011 ARCHITECT: Timothy P. Huff & Assoc. Ph: 209-571-2232 DESCR: Contact,Stanislaus Co Housing Authority (209) 557-2008 Removal and disposal of existing flooring, cabinetry, plumbing and electrical fixtures, windows and doors. Installation of new flooring, cabinets, countertops, plumbing and electrical fixtures, windows ad BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Diede Construction 209-369-8255 2 09-368-0600 Iomlan Construction 209-664-9960 2 09-664-9979 RFQ ON CALL THERMAL INSULATION REPAIR Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 40019 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Redding Page 42

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DESCR: Contact, Amber Edenburn - aedenburn@ci.redding. ca.usThe City of Redding power plant is a natural gas fired power station rated at 185 MW electrical generating capacity, the facility utilizes 5 gas turbines and one steam turbine, two of the gas turbines operate in combined cycle with the steamed turbine. SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PLAN #: 49015 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Lincoln Online and Planroom Est Cost: $355,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 6/10 @ 10AM OWNER: City of Lincoln DESCR: Contact, City of Lincoln - (916) 434-2400 Work consists of placement of clearing, grubbing roadway excavation, and construction of curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveway, landscaping, irrigation, striping and roadway appurtenances associate with such BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: All Phase Construction & 916-771-4602 916-771-4603 C & C Construction 916-434-5280 916-434-5288 2012 STREET RESURFACING TURNER ST & MAIN ST (SPRING ST TO CANAL ST) PLAN #: 65006 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Placerville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $250,000.00 OWNER: City of Placerville DESCR: Contact, Engineering Division 530-642-5250Construction of new road surface on these two streets, including asphalt grinding, traffic control, AC patching, AC paving, raising utility manholes, grates, and valve covers to final grade, and traffic striping to provide a new improved asphalt surface for these City Streets. FLIGHTLINE DRIVE REHABILITATION PHASE 1 PLAN #: 70081 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Lincoln Online and Planroom Est Cost: $593,600.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: MAND 6/10 @ 11AM PREBID: 600 Sixth Street OWNER: City of Lincoln DESCR: Contact, Lincoln, City of (916) 434-2450 Work shall include Full Depth Rehabilitation of existing roadway pavement and base material, sidewalk reconstruction, driveway replacement, asphalt paving, and pavement striping BIDDERS LIST:


General Contractor: All Phase Construction & 916-771-4602 916-771-4603 Suulutaaq, Inc. Unit 2 707-427-3209 707-419-4851 CAPITAL FUND ADA SITE & ROADWAY PLAN #:71079 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Winters Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/11 @ 10AM PREBID: 62 Shams Way OWNER: Yolo County Housing Authority Ph: 530-669-2240 FAX: 530-669-6255 DESCR: Contact - Yolo County Housing 530-669-2240Includes demolition of existing concrete sidewalks, curbs, fences, pavement markings and asphalt concrete; install concrete curbs, sidewalks, concrete paving, asphalt paving, asphalt seal coat, wheel stops, signing, striping, detectable warning devices and rip rap. GREEN VALLEY ROAD/SILVER SPRINGS PARKWAY INTERSECTION, SILVER SPRINGS PARKWAY REALIGNMENT ONSITE PHASE 2, GREEN VALLEY ROAD/DEER VALLEY ROAD TURN LANES JOINT TRENCH COMPOSITE DRAWINGS FOR SILVER SPRINGS UNIT Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 84086 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Rescue Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 3 PREBID: 5/29 @ 1:30PM PREBID: Green Valey Road OWNER: County of El Dorado DESCR: Contact, Janel Gifford (530) 621-5974 Construction of a new intersection, new roadway, existing intersection improvements, and roadway improvements consisting of; traffic signal improvements; stage construction; clearing and grubbing; permanent and temporary fence removal and construction; drainage removal and construction; concrete drainage inlets; grading ditches, asphalt paving, permanent and temporary erosion control; signage and striping; traffic signal and electrical work; Portland cement concrete curb, gutter and sidewalks; water system facility construction; sanitary sewer facility construction; retaining wall construction; and joint utility trench construction. CITY OF STOCKTON IT DEPARTMENT RELOCATION PROJECT PLAN #:87079 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Stockton Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,800,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/13 @ 10am OWNER: City of Stockton DESCR: Contact, Stockton, City of (209) 937-8088

Perform tenant improvements, including but not limited to architectural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components as described in the Plans and Specifications to accommodate the relocation of the City of Stockton’s Information Technology Division. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Bobo Construction, Inc. 916-685-2285 916-714-4850 Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600 Sub Contractor: National Electric, Inc. 510-475-9400 510-475-9411 CITY OF STOCKTON IT DEPARTMENT RELOCATION PROJECT Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #:87079 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Stockton Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,800,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/13 @ 10am DESCR: Contact, Stockton, City of (209) 937-8088 Perform tenant improvements, including but not limited to architectural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components as described in the Plans and Specifications to accommodate the relocation of the City of Stockton’s Information Technology Division. WATER MAINS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PLAN #:91071 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Vallejo Online and Planroom Est Cost: $2,000,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 PREBID: 5/30 @ 2PM PREBID: 202 Fleming Hill Road OWNER: City of Vallejo DESCR: Contact, Vallejo, City of (707) 648-4315 Installation of apprx 1,120 linear feet of 12’ PVC; 3,800 lineal feet of 8’ PVC’ 100 lineal feet of 6’ PVC; 100 lineal feet of 4’ PVC; 7 -12’ butterfly valves; 26 -8’ gate valves; 12 fire hydrant assemblies, 128-3/4’ & 1’ service reconnects, 3 new 3/4’ and 1’ water service installation, 3-2’ permanent blow offs, 1-1’ combination air/vacuum relief valves, and 1-2 combination air/vacuum relief valves, including tie ins, reconnections, miscellaneous fittings, paving and all other work and facilities necessary or incidentals to construct the completed improvement as directed by the plans or specifications and as directed by the Water Superintendent. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Ghilotti Construction 707-585-1221 7 07-585-1601 Supplier: Ferguson Enterprises 916-381-6100 9 16-381-7445 Continued on next page


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Thursday, June 27, 2013 FENCE REPLACEMENT FOR LOW RENT HOUSING Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 117079 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Modesto Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/4 @ 10AM PREBID: 1701 Robertson Rd. OWNER: Housing Authority of County of Stanislaus Ph: 209-557-2008 FAX: 209-557-2011 DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department - 209-557-2007Fence removal, contractor shall remove and dispose of all existing fencing including pickets, rails, posts, gates and hardware, all debris must be removed from the site daily or placed in a waste collection bin provided by the contractor, contractor shall fill all holes left by post removal that will not be reused for the new posts, holes will be filled and compacted so that they are flush to existing grade. TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT CITY WIDE Bid Date: 6/27/2013 PLAN #: 130075 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Covina Online and Planroom DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department - 408-7773354 Furnishing all materials, equipment, tools, labor and incidentals as required by the standard plans, specs and contract documents, for the above stated project. Painting traffic lanes ,bicycle lanes, directional arrows, guidelines, curb and parking lot markings, parking lines, crosswalks, raised pavement markers, maintenance or traffic control devices and signs on streets, bike trails and parking lots and other items RESIDENTIAL STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PLAN #: 152066 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Anaheim Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Anderson DESCR: Contact, CityofAnaheim@planetbids.comAsphalt concrete, cold plane existing asphalt concrete, remove existing PCC curb and gutter and reconstruct per COA std plan, remove existing driveway. remove existing gutter, remove existing sidewalk, adjust water valve, adjust sewer manhole, install traffic sign, construct information signs, furnish and install survey monument per COA std plan, install double yellow center line with raised pavement markers, paving markers, install 12’ solid white stop bar per city std plan, place blocked crosswalk. Page 44

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MARTINEZ LNTERMODAL FACILITY PHASE ILL PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS PLAN #:195001 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Martinez Online and Planroom DESCR: contact,Joe Enke (925) 372-3524 Construction a new parking lot north of the Martinez Amtrak Station and Union Pacific Railroad tracks. The work includes clearing and grubbing; demolishing of concrete slabs and foundations; grading; placing aggregate base and hot mix asphalt paving; constructing concrete curb and sidewalk, storm water treatment basins, drainage inlets and headwalls; and installing storm drain pipe, landscaping and irrigation, parking lot lighting, chain link fence and gates, wood railing, signing BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Suulutaaq, Inc. Unit 2 707-427-3209 707-419-4851 Ghilotti Construction Co 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 RFQ CONSTRUCTION OF LED STREET LIGHT SYSTEM 18TH & 20TH STREET PLAN #: 282061 Bid Date: 6/27/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Santa Monica Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Santa Monica DESCR: Contract, Mark Cuneo - mark.cuneo@smgov. netConstruction of light emitting diode (led) street light system 18’th &20’th Street (between Pico and Ashland) Furnish and install pull boxes, conduit, wire and connections, furnish and install LED street light luminaire, concrete pole and foundation.

Friday, June 28, 2013 BART 17TH STREET GATEWAY PLAN #: 6035 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Oakland Est Cost: $900,000.00 PREBID: 3/5 @ 10am OWNER: City of Oakland DESCR: Denise Louie, 510-238-3682. Demolition and construction of approximately 3,244 sf of plaza re-paving, vent modification, drainage, lighting, guardrail to stairs, Bart sign installation 1725 K ST. & 2516 H ST. ACCESS CONTROL 2013 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 PLAN #:16030 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $90,000.00 PREBID: 6/6 @ 10am and/or 6/12 @ 10AM PREBID: 801 12’th Street 2’nd floor


OWNER: Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency Ph: 916-566-1200 FAX: 916-927-6963 DESCR: Contact, Project Manager- Mike Taylor 916-449-6285Concrete, construction clean up; doors, gates and activating devices, earthwork and paving; electrical, fencing, low voltage systems, ornamental metal, painting and decorating and tree service. DATA COLLECTION SYSTEM FOR THE SPECIAL WASTE COLLECTION CENTER FOR THE CITY OF ELK Bid Date: 6/28/2013 PLAN #: 26098 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Elk Grove Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Elk Grove DESCR: Contact, Cedar Kehoe - ckehoe@elkgrovecity. orgThe vendor shall provide for the following equipment needs, full alpha numeric keyboard, touch screen, scanner, lithium ion battery pack, magnetic strip reader, 2d barcode reader, built in camera to record, all required network and or wireless network hardware. RFQ LANDFILL ENGINEERING SERVICES ON AN AS- NEEDED BASIS FOR LANDFILLS IN MONO COUNTY Bid Date: 6/28/2013 PLAN #:33023 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Mono Co. Online and Planroom OWNER: County of Mono FAX: 760-932-5441 DESCR: Contact, Tony Dublino - 760-932-5453Reports of disposal site information, landfill gas monitoring and control plans, corrective action plans. Provide consulting services for projects on an as needed basis. WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION PROJECT PLAN #: 95068 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Visalia Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 5/8 @ 9am PREBID: 7579 Ave 288 OWNER: City of Visalia # OF ADDENDA: 1 Ph: 559-713-4334 FAX: 559-713-4802 DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Division - 55-713-4334Waste water treatment plant expansion. BIDDERS LIST: Supplier: Ryan Process 800-839-0670 9 25-837-4832 Sierra Trench Protectio 530-887-9413 5 30-887-9112 Misco 925-225-1900 9 25-225-9200

Friday, June 28, 2013 LIGHTHOUSE BUS SHELTER PLAN #: 59010 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Print On

Demand Location: Placer Co. Online & Print On Est Cost: $47,000.00 Demand OWNER: County of Placer DESCR: Contact, Procurement Department 530-886-2122Furnishing all materials and constructing a bus passenger shelter in Tahoe City near Burton Creek State Park campground along highway 28, other items and details, not mentioned above that are required by the plans or specs, or provisions shall be performed, place and constructed. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Pullman Construction 707-355-0156 000-000-0000 2012 ANNUAL SLURRY SEAL PROJECT PLAN #: 94071 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Emeryville Online and Planroom OWNER: County of Los Angeles DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department 510-596-4330Performing crack sealing, dig out repairs, slurry sealing and traffic striping I=on Hornton Street between Sherwin Avenue and 65’nd Street, on Stanford Ave between Hornton Street and Hollis Street, on 53’rd street between Hornton street and Boyer Street, on Peladeau Street between Haruff Street and Stanford Ave on Doyle Street between Powell Street and approximately 75 north of Ocean Ave INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT DEMAREE STREET AND GOSHEN AVENUE PLAN #: 116084 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 Bid Time: 1:00 PM PLANS AT: Visalia Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/11 @ 11am PREBID: 707 W Acequia Ave OWNER: City of Visalia Ph: 559-713-4334 FAX: 559-713-4802 DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department - 559-7134334Full land surveying services including but not limited to; a full topographic survey, all street right of way limits and centerlines based on found monuments and record information. RFP - ENGINEERING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES PLAN #: 174007 Bid Date: 6/28/2013 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Tehama Co. Online and Planroom OWNER: County of Tehama DESCR: Contact, County of Tehama Public Works (530) 385-1462 Work consists of the request for proposals for performing engineering and project management services for Kirkwood Rd. Bridge @ Jewett Creek and Columbia Ave. Bridge @ Jewett Creek. Continued on next page


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Monday, July 01, 2013 RFP OPERATE & MAINTAIN, AND PROVIDE ENGINEERING, ADMINISTRATION AND BILLING SERVICES FOR A WATER SYSTEM WITHIN THE CITY Bid Date: 7/1/2013 PLAN #:63098 Bid Time: 5:00 PM PLANS AT: Dixon Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Dixon DESCR: Contact, Cgiola@ci.dixon.ca.usNine wells, one aerial storage tank, one above grade storage tank and 32 miles of pipeline to deliver approximately one and half million gallons of groundwater per day. RFP THE MCBEAN PARKWAY BRIDGE OVER AUBURN RAVINE REPLACMENT PROJECT PLAN #: 148066 Bid Date: 7/1/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Lincoln Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/18 @10Am OWNER: City of Lincoln DESCR: Contact, Ray Leftwich - 916-434-2457The City of Lincoln Public Services Department is seeking proposals for professional engineering and related services for the development and management of the McBean Parkway bridge over Auburn Ravine Replacement project. Services will range from project initiation through construction and project closeout.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom Est Cost: $300,000.00 OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, Redding, City of (530) 225-4170 Work consists of the construction of Turtle Bay East trail head parking area, approximately 820 feet of AC paved View Trail, and other miscellaneous items of work. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Seward L. Schreder 530-229-0001 530-229-0070 PREQUALIFICATION-TECERO STUDENT HOUSING PHASE4 PLAN #: 29021 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Davis Online and Planroom Est Cost: $41,000,000.00 OWNER: University Of California, Davis DESCR: Contact, Chris McGuire - 530-754-1021 All design work, labor, materials, tools, equipment, excavation, shoring, testing, inspection, commissioning and all other necessary general conditions that may be reasonably inferred from the contract documents to provide all design work and construction work for; student housing with approximately 500 beds in single and double rooms, including bathrooms, common rooms, residence assistance apartments, lounges, recreation rooms administrative offices, community space, community kitchen, music room, maintenance shop and laundry facilities. This project also includes demolition of existing wood framed student housing

2013 CAPE / SLURRY SEAL PROJECT PLAN #: 16029 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Roseville Online & Print On Est Cost: $1,865,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 Demand OWNER: City of Roseville DESCR: Contact, City of Roseville (916) 746-1300 Place roadway resurfacing application of cape seal and slurry seal utilizing California Recycled Rubber to various residential streets. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Sierra Striping, Inc./sierra 916-652-0430 916-652-9663

LATHROP ROAD/UPRR OVERHEAD PROJECT PLAN #:31021 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Lathrop Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/13 @ 1PM PREBID: 390 Towne Centre Dr. OWNER: City of Lathrop DESCR: Contact, City of Lathrop (209) 941-7430 Lathrop Road realignment, widening, and grade separation with UPRR from west of 5th Street to the Sharpe Depot southern entrance and construction of a new residential access road. This work includes construction of a new overhead structure, retaining walls, 24” water main with fire hydrant and irrigation leads, new subsurface drainage systems and basins/ditches,

TURTLE BAY EAST TRAIL HEAD PARKING AND VIEW TRAIL PROJECT Bid Date: 7/2/2013 PLAN #:28025

2013 PARKING LOT CAPE/SLURRY SEAL PROJECT PLAN #: 33022 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On

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Demand Location: Roseville Online & Print On Est Cost: $1,030,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 1 Demand OWNER: City of Roseville DESCR: Contact, City of Roseville (916) 746-1300 Work consists of roadway and parking lot resurfacing at the City Corporation Yard and the Dry Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant including dig-outs and replacement of concrete curb, gutter and BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Sierra Striping, Inc./sierr 916-652-0430 916-652-9663 2013 ARTERIAL MICROSURFACING PROJECT PLAN #: 39022 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Roseville Online & Print On # OF ADDENDA: 2 Demand OWNER: City of Roseville DESCR: Contact, Roseville, City of - Public Works/Eng (916) 746-1300 The scope of this project includes placing a new pavement surface of Hot Mix Asphalt Micro surfacing to various arterial and collector streets in the City of Roseville. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Sierra Striping, Inc./sierra 916-652-0430 916-652-9663 GLORIA DRIVEMEEKLAND COURT COLLECTION SYSTEM REPLACEMENT AND GLORIA DRIVE & VALERIE WAY WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT Bid Date: 7/2/2013 PLAN #:92080 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Sonoma Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $3,500,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/11 @ 10am and - or 6/13 @ 2PM DESCR: Contact, Sonoma County Water Agency (707) 547-1900 Replacing approximately 6,570 feet of existing 6-inch and 8-inch sewer main pipe and appurtenant sewer laterals, manholes, and main line cleanouts with new 8-inch PVC sewer main and appurtenant sewer laterals, manholes, and main line cleanouts; replacing approximately 2,078 feet of existing appurtenance water services; and the addition of DEPOT PARK PARKING AREA AND ADA IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT PLAN #: 97072 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Sonoma Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Sonoma DESCR: Contact, Terrie Zwillinger- 707-236-1551Parking lot rehabilitation and improvements, including miscellaneous demolition work, edge grinding existing asphalt pavement,

repairing localized pavement failures, correcting pavement grading and drainage. placing asphalt pavement and overlay, pavement markings and signing, asphalt milling of existing Class 1 bike path and placement of asphalt overlay, re grading bike path approach for ADA improvements, upgrading existing cub ramps for ADA compliance, removal and replacement of concrete curb and gutter, tree removal, traffic control, and other related work as set forth on the project plans and specifications. LAKE BOULEVARD SAFETY PROJECT PLAN #:138067 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Redding Online and Planroom Est Cost: $285,000.00 OWNER: City of Redding DESCR: Contact, City of Redding (530) 225-4469 Work consists of the construction of concrete curbs, gutters, driveways, sidewalks, and center medians; slurry seal and striping per the plans and specifications. The DBE Contract goal is 13% Bidders shall meet this DBE goal and/or provide a Good Faith Effort as described in the Instruction to Bidders and the Special Provisions. RFP NELSON LANE AT MARKHAM RAVINE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT PLAN #: 140064 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Lincoln Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Lincoln DESCR: Contact, RayLeftwich - 916-434-3557The City of Lincoln Public Services Department is seeking written proposals from qualified firms to perform construction management services for the construction of the Nelson Lane at Markham Ravine Bridge, the selected consultant must have strong bridge and civil engineering construction knowledge.

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Tuesday, July 02, 2013 DISTRICT 5 INTERCEPTOR TRUNK SEWER SECTION 2A REHABILITATION Bid Date: 7/2/2013 PLAN #: 156091 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Whittier Online and Planroom PREBID: OWNER: County Sanitation District No. 2 Ph: 562-699-7411 FAX: 562-699-5422 DESCR: Contact, Michael Tatalovich - 562-908-4288 ext 1623This project rehabilitates a portion of the District 5 Interceptor Trunk Sewer that was constructed of reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) in 1962, which is severely corroded and in need of repair. The project consists of lining approximately 9,000 feet of 57-, 63-, and 66-inch diameter RCP sewer with cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liners and sliplining with fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) pipe. The project also includes the rehabilitation or replacement of sixteen (16) manholes and construction of two (2) junction structures.Several structures and approximately 10,700 feet of 57-inch and 63-inch diameter corroded RCP sewer will be sprayed with a high pH slurry and removed from service. House connections and local sewers connected to these sewers will be relocated as part of this= project and includes constructing 10 feet of 12inch diameter vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer, 200 feet of 10inch diameter VCP sewer, and one (1) manhole. The project begins in Normandie Avenue Service Road approximately 200 feet south of 214th Street (the service road is located approximately 60 feet to the west of Normandie Avenue), then continues northerly in the service road to Torrance Boulevard, then northerly in private property and public right-of-way to 190th Street, all within the City of Los Angeles RESIDENCE HALL MODERNIZATION PLAN #: 164081 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Taft Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,750,000.00 PREBID: 6/20 @ 10AM PREBID: Ash Dorms building ARCHITECT: AP Architects Ph: 661-327-1690 FAX: 661-327-7204 DESCR: Contact, AP Architects, 661-327-1690Residence hall modernization, selective demolition, utility materials, site clearing, excavation support and protection, earthwork, water distribution, hot mixed asphalt paving, Portland cement concrete paving, storm drainage, chain link fences, synthetic turf, cast in place concrete, unit masonry, cast stone, metal

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fabrications, woods and plastics and rough BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Seward L. Schreder 530-229-0001 530-229-0070 IOWA HILL OWNER’S ENGINEERING SERVICES PLAN #: 243055 Bid Date: 7/2/2013 Bid Time: 5:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Camino Online & Print On Est Cost: $30,000,000.00 Demand # OF ADDENDA: 2 PREBID: 5/7 @ 9 AM, see bid invite for more OWNER: SMUD Ph: 888-742-7683 DESCR: Contact, Gary Van Meter (gvanmet@smud.org) (916) 732-5603 Complete the functional design and assist SMUD in coordinating work to prepare the project for the design-build phase of the Iowa Hill Pumped-

Wednesday, July 03, 2013 TWAIN HARTE POOL RENOVATION PLAN #: 165082 Bid Date: 7/3/2013 Bid Time: 1:30 PM PLANS AT: Tuolumne Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/19 @ 1:PM PREBID: 23075 Fuller Road OWNER: County of Tuolumne DESCR: Contact, Sonora Blueprint- 209-533-5663Furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, transportation and services for the completion of the project. ELK GROVE RAPID RESPONSE PILOT PROJECT ENGINEER, PROCURE & CONSTRUCT PLAN #: 53000 Bid Date: 7/3/2013 Bid Time: 5:00 PM PLANS AT: Elk Grove Online and Planroom Est Cost: $35,000,000.00 # OF ADDENDA: 5 PREBID: 5/1 @ 2 PM Online-see bid invite for more info OWNER: Sacto Municipal Utility District Financing Au DESCR: Contact, Kiauna Norman (kiauna.norman@ smud.org) (916) 732-7443 Permit, design, procure, install, commission, test, maintain and warranty a complete and fully functioning reciprocating engine based natural fired thermal power plant.

Monday, July 08, 2013 AVAYA EQUIPMENT PLAN #: 88071

TELECOMMUNICATIONS Bid Date: 7/8/2013


Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: El Dorado Co. Online and Planroom OWNER: County of El Dorado DESCR: Contact, Rick Blake (rick.blake@edcgov.usThis is a brand name specific bid, all items must be for Avaya products, new equipment. New and Used telecommunications equipment, purchase will be made on an as requested basis during the awarded 12 ARTERIAL STREETS REHABILITATION PROJECT PLAN #: 169093 Bid Date: 7/8/2013 Bid Time: 10:00 AM PLANS AT: Costa Mesa Online and Planroom Est Cost: $937,000.00 DESCR: Contact, Irina Gurovich - 714-754-5324Bristol St405 FWY to Anton Blvd, Sunflower Ave - Avenue of the Arts to Main St, Aton Blvd- Avenue of the Arts to Sakiota Dr. Town Center D r-Bristol St to Park Center Dr. Park Center Dr. -Town Center Dr. to

Tuesday, July 09, 2013 OAKDALE ROAD PAVEMENT REHABILITAION PLAN #: 38027 Bid Date: 7/9/2013 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Modesto Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,388,596.00 PREBID: 6/21 @ 11AM PREBID: 1010 Tenth Street OWNER: City of Modesto, Community and Economic Development Dept. DESCR: Contact, Modesto, City of (209) 577-5256 This project will rehabilitate the pavement on Oakdale Road between Briggsmore Avenue and Floyd Avenue. Also included will be storm drainage improvements and numerous curb ramp upgrades to current ADA standards. The road will be restriped to include bike lanes. Bid alternates include additional hot mix asphalt and additional striping and PREQUALIFICATION- INTERNAL COMPLEX PHASE 1 PLAN #: 69073 Bid Date: 7/9/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Davis Online and Planroom Est Cost: $21,500,000.00 OWNER: University Of California, Davis DESCR: Contact, Vanda Rovis - dcmcontracts@ucdavis.eduWork and construction for a three story classroom building, including a commons/lounge, administrative offices, outdoor courtyard, landscaping and support spaces for facility. include all design work, labor, materials, tools, equipment, shoring, testing, inspection, commissioning, and all other necessary general conditions. IRVINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER HVAC AND ROOFING REPLACEMENT PLAN #: 125090 Bid Date: 7/9/2013

Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Fremont Online and Planroom Est Cost: $750,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/20 @ 10am PREBID: 41885 Blacow OWNER: City of Fremont DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department - 510-4944620HVAC and roofing replacement, specifically the HVAC work consists of replacement of five rooftop HVAC units and related ducts and plumbing lines. The roofing replacement includes removal of an existing built up roofing system and installation of a new PVC single membrane mechanically attached roofing system on all roof areas. The project also includes structural supports for HVAC units and new conduit in preparation for future installation of rooftop PV panels. MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION PLAN #: 155067 Bid Date: 7/9/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Merced Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $5,000,000,000.00 PREBID: 6/19 @ 10AM PREBID: 2100 Cooper Ave OWNER: CT Brayton & Sons, Inc. Ph: 209-838-7388 FAX: 209-838-3960 DESCR: Greg Branch- 209-838-7388Pre manufactured metal buildings into administrative offices, site specific warehousing, conference center, and associated parking and site upgrades, scope includes selective demo, concrete removal and replacement, AC paving, landscape and irrigation, building modernization includes repair/replacement of exterior metal siding, metal stud framing and all finishes, insulation, drywall, doors and hardware, glass and glazing, polished concrete, FRP ceramic tile, carpet, acoustical ceiling tiles, painting, casework, specialty items, plumbing, HVAC and electrical including low voltage such as fire, voice and data. JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER ROOFING AND HVAC PROJECT Bid Date: 7/9/2013 PLAN #:192083 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Modesto Online and Planroom DESCR: Contact, DIEDE CONSTRUCTION (209) 3698255 (209) 368-0600 a. Demolition of 10 roof top air handler HVAC units, b. 10 new self-contained roof top HVAC units, c. Replacing the existing HVAC controls system with a new DDC system, d .Demolition of an existing HVAC central plant system, e. Demolition of an electric boiler system, f. Replacement of approximately 35,000 SF of the Juvenile Hall roof, g. Upgrading of approximately 12,000 SF of the Probation Building roof, h. Remediation and disposal of existing, regulated hazardous building materials, BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600 Continued on next page


Plans On File Wednesday, July 10, 2013 RFQ PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES SEPTAGE AND SUPERNATANT LIQUID DISPOSAL Bid Date: 7/10/2013 PLAN #: 12014 Bid Time: 4:00 PM PLANS AT: Butte Co. Online and Planroom # OF ADDENDA: 1 OWNER: Co of Butte FAX: 530-538-7171 DESCR: Contact, Public Works Department- 530-538-7681The County of Butte’s Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility is seeking qualified engineering firms to conduct feasible study for an alternative to disposing of septage supernatant at a municipal wastewater treatment CARMICHAEL WATER DISTRICT RUSTIC WOODS PIPELINE AND BOYER DRIVE WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROJECT Bid Date: 7/10/2013 PLAN #: 21026 Bid Time: 11:00 AM PLANS AT: Carmichael Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 6/14 @ 10AM OWNER: Carmichael Water District DESCR: Contact, Sara Rogers - 916-933-1997Construction and testing of approximately 460 Linear feet of new 8 inch diameter water main along Boyer Dive and Sarah Court, 20 linear feet of new 5 inch diameter water main, 60 linear feet of 4 inch ductile iron pipe connections in Oak Ave and Boyer drive, 450 linear feet of 3 and 430 linear feet of 2 inch diameter schedule 80 PVC within the Rustic Woods Condominiums, installation of new services, installation of new hydrants, and other appurtenances and restoration of existing surfaces. RFQ WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT SECONDARY AND TERTIARY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT Bid Date: 7/10/2013 PLAN #:42015 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Davis Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Davis DESCR: Contact, Michael Lindquist @ mlindquist@ cityofdavis.orgDB Contractor will be required to design, construct, acceptance test, startup, commission, and obtain designated governmental approvals for secondary and tertiary improvements and upgrades to the City’s existing wastewater treatment plant. PSYCHIATRIC HEALTH FACILITY - REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS PLAN #: 190096 Bid Date: 7/10/2013 Page 50

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Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Ceres Online and Planroom DESCR: Contact, DIEDE CONSTRUCTION (209) 3698255 Later this year, Stanislaus County intends to receive sealed Bids from Bidders pre-qualified through this Request for Statements of Qualifications (“RFSOQ”) for the construction of the Psychiatric Health Facility (“Project”) in Ceres, California. The Project will consist of constructing a 16-bed Psychiatric Health Facility (PHF) by remodeling an existing County-owned building located at 1904 Richland Avenue, Ceres, California 95307. The building is currently vacant, and was most recently used as a clean and sober living facility. Remodeling of the current facility will be needed to meet the varying code requirements of licensing a PHF within the existing building. A minor remodel was performed in 1998. The existing facility will be remodeled to meet State Department of Social Services licensing requirements and California Health and Safety Code Section 1250.2. The facility is not regulated by OSHPD. The Project generally includes the following requirements for the new PHF facility: a. 16-bed in-patient rooms with restrooms, showers, and storage lockers b. Intake & Processing Rooms and Visitors Lobby c. Offices for: 1 Psychiatrist, 2 Administrative Personnel, Patient Interview Room(s), Hearing/Conference Room and 1 Exam Room d. Nurses Station(s), 1 Group Therapy Room, 1 Day Room/ Dining Room with adjacent food prep and warm-up kitchen, 1 Activity Room e. Staff support components: break room with storage lockers, restroom f. Separate client shower room g. Seclusion Rooms, Quiet Room h. Storerooms for: cleaning supplies, hygiene, food, patient records, patient personal items, miscellaneous i. Secure storage room for drugs j. HVAC system replacement or renovation, potentially including HVAC roof top package unit and ductwork k. Roofing system replacement or repair l. A new fire alarm system, subject to evaluation of the existing system BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Diede Construction 209-369-8255 209-368-0600

Thursday, July 11, 2013 NEW HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY AT THE AMERICAN AVENUE DISPOSAL SITE Bid Date: 7/11/2013 PLAN #: 1029


Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Fresno Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/27 @ 9AM PREBID: 18950 W. American Avenue, Kerman OWNER: County of Fresno Ph: 559-262-4866 DESCR: Contact, Public Works - 559-600-4399Constructing a new 15,000 square foot household hazardous waste facility at the American avenue disposal site, the construction work shall include but is not limited to the following; Native soil excavation and compaction, placement and separation geotextile fabric, placement and compaction of aggregate base cast in place steel, reinforced concrete slabs, landings and liquid recovery basins, parking painting, pre fabricated toilet building, reverse osmosis water purification plant, booster pump, drains and pipe, selective epoxy painting of concrete surfaces, shade canopy structure, electrical main panel, telephone and low voltage alarm wiring, site plumbing to include water, sewer and drain pipe, below grade liquid recovery, chain link fencing and gates, placement and electrical grounding of owner supplied shipping storage containers. KIEFER LANDFILL MULTI- PURPOSE AREA ASPHALT REHABILITATION PLAN #: 30026 Bid Date: 7/11/2013 Bid Time: 2:30 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $417,118.00 PREBID: 6/19 @ 10AM PREBID: 12701 Kiefer Boulevard OWNER: County of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Michael Anderson (andersonmi@saccounty. net)Apply an asphalt concrete overlay with a thickness of 8” to extend the service life by 10 years, including cold milling 3” of the existing asphalt and using Caltrans hot mix asphalt Type C for the overlay. WHITE ROCK DUMP CLOSURE DUMP-1 AND DUMP-2 PLAN #:37020 Bid Date: 7/11/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/18 @ 8AM or 6/25 @ 8AM PREBID: 10951 White Rock Road, Room 103 OWNER: County of Sacramento DESCR: Contact, Dennis Fong - 916-876-6313Clean closure of White Rock Dump 2 and consolidation of burn dump debris and contaminated soil at the White Rock dump 1. Site preparation, earthwork, excavation and transport of burn debris from WRD 2 to WRD1. installation of perimeter fence along White Rock Road and installation of temporary fencing as necessary. BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Bobo Construction, Inc. 916-685-2285 916-714-4850

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2013 WATER PROJECT PLAN #: 73071 Bid Date: 7/11/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Williams Online and Planroom Est Cost: $2,800,000.00 PREBID: 6/28 @ 10AM OWNER: City of Williams DESCR: Contact, Project Manager PACE Engineering (530) 244-0202 Work consists of theater drive pump station, 1.0 million gallon welded steel tank, approximately 1,400 feet of 16” water main, Well 9 manganese filtration system, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system improvements at Wells 6, and 10. DAVIS ROAD AND WAGNER HEIGHTS ROAD TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION PROJECT PLAN #: 161066 Bid Date: 7/11/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Stockton Online and Planroom Est Cost: $350,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/20 @ 10am PREBID: 425 N. El Dorado Street OWNER: City of Stockton DESCR: Contact, Dennis Yep - 209-937-8825Furnish and installation, termination of fiber optic cables, conduits and accessories in Weston Ranch area and at San Joaquin Regional Transit District office.

Friday, July 12, 2013 STANFORD RANCH ROAD RECONSTRUCTION & INTERSECTION MODIFICATIONS PLAN #: 50008 Bid Date: 7/12/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Rocklin Online and Planroom PREBID: MAND 7/9 @ 10am PREBID: 4081 Alvis Court OWNER: City of Rocklin DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Department 916-625-5119Reconstructing paved roadway, constructing new sidewalks, pedestrian ramps, curbs and decorative concrete, modify existing and installing new traffic signals, applying slurry seal, applying pavement striping and related improvements.

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Plans On File Friday, July 12, 2013 RFP ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES (EEM) RETROFIT PROJECT CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Bid Date: 7/12/2013 PLAN #:147066 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Visalia Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/18 @ 11AM PREBID: 707 W Acequia Ave OWNER: City of Visalia Ph: 559-713-4334 FAX: 559-713-4802 DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Division - 559-713-4802Act as a liaison with the City project Manager, review all product submittals from the construction contractor, facilitate all construction meetings, manage the overall project timeline to ensure completion within the 90 day project period. Confirm that all EEM retrofit work is conducted to applicable state and local codes. RFP LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICES PLAN #:209010 Bid Date: 7/12/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Marin Co. Online and Planroom OWNER: County of Marin DESCR: Contact, Ilya Filmus (415) 491-2525 The Housing Authority of the County of Marin (MHA) is requesting proposals from qualified contractors to provide landscape maintenance services at its six public housing properties and central office. The initial term of the contract is for two years with options to extend by one-year terms for up to a total of five years.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 RFQ NACIMIENTO WATER TREATMENT PLANT Bid Date: 7/16/2013 PLAN #: 112089 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Paso De Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/26 @ 2PM PREBID: 1600 Ramada Drive, Paso Robles OWNER: City of El Paso de Robles DESCR: Contact, City of Paso Robles Public Works Dept. (805) 237-3861 The City wishes to construct a water treatment plant (WTP) to treat surface water received from Lake Nacimiento, utilizing this additional water source to increase supply reliability,

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particularly during the summer months. The treatment plant will be located on an 18-acre City-owned parcel within the City limits. Five City drinking water wells and the NWP pipeline flow control and metering structure are currently located on the parcel. The WTP is to provide a daily treatment capacity of approximately 2.4 MGD of potable RFQ WATER TREATMENT PLANT PLAN #: 171002 Bid Date: 7/16/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: El Paso De Online and Planroom PREBID: 6/26 @ 2PM OWNER: City of El Paso de Robles DESCR: Contact, Christopher Alakel- calakel@prcity.com The City of El Paso de Robles invites general contractors to apply for pre qualification in connection with the City’s upcoming Water Treatment Plant Project.

Thursday, July 18, 2013 PASO ROBLES UPTOWN FAMILY PARK PROJECT PLAN #:111091 Bid Date: 7/18/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: El Paso De Online and Planroom Est Cost: $1,861,650.00 OWNER: City of El Paso de Robles DESCR: Contact,Paso Robles, City of (805) 227-7245 Furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, services, testing, permits, temporary controls and construction facilities, and all general conditions, general requirements and incidentals required to complete the Work for the Paso Robles Uptown Family Park Project, Project No. 11-13A, in its entirety as described in the Contract Documents, which includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following: installation of entry elements, buildings, community garden, amphitheatre, pervious pavement and asphaltic concrete parking lot; play equipment, shade structures, site furnishings, hardscape, poured-in place resilient surfacing, walkways, stairs, walls, fencing, railings, drainage elements, utilities, irrigation, electrical, and surrounding landscape areas, as more fully described in the bidding and contract documents

Friday, July 19, 2013 RFQ CA DMV SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL MAINTENANCE Bid Date: 7/19/2013 PLAN #: 58018 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Sacramento Online and Planroom Est Cost: $200,000.00 OWNER: State of CA - Dept. of Motor Vehicles


DESCR: Contact, Rafael Gonzales - 916-648-8591Provide quarterly preventative maintenance, inspections and remedial services for DMV Headquarters Complex Security and Access Controls System, including a one-time purchase of additional security,

Saturday, July 20, 2013 JANITORIAL SERVICES FOR THE WATSONVILLE DMV FIELD OFFICE PLAN #: 144069 Bid Date: 7/20/2013 Bid Time: 1:30 PM PLANS AT: WAtsonville Online and Planroom OWNER: Department of Motor Vehicles Ph: 916-657-7822 DESCR: Contact, Allison Stanek - 916-657-9810The Department of Motor Vehicles is inviting responses for the janitorial services bid for the Watsonville DMV field office located at 90 Alta Vista Ave. Janitorial services at the Watsonville DMV field office.

Monday, July 22, 2013 RFP BODIE CEMETARY STONE & CEMENT FEATURES CONSERVATION PLAN #: 132074 Bid Date: 7/22/2013 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Bodie Online and Planroom Est Cost: $90,000.00 PREBID: MAND 6/20 @ 1PM PREBID: Bodie State Historic Park OWNER: State of CA DESCR: Contact, Betsey Leber - 916-653-9921Conservation of cemetery headstones, copings and wall, wood grave features. Seeking a firm to provide conservation 9of historic stone and cement coping, walls and monuments in the cemeteries at Bodie SHP.

Thursday, July 25, 2013 NAPA COUNTY HALL OF JUSTICE FIRE DAMPER REPAIR PROJECT PLAN #: 56071 Bid Date: 7/25/2013 Bid Time: 3:30 PM PLANS AT: Napa Co. Online and Planroom Est Cost: $862,000.00 PREBID: MAND 7/12 @ 10AM PREBID: A valid security Clearance form and a notarized bi OWNER: County of Napa Ph: 707-253-4351 FAX: 707-253-4627 DESCR: Contact, Frank Lucido - Frank.Lucido@countyofnapa. orgThe work involves demolition and replacement of existing Ruskin smoke damper actuators and testing the assembly, installing a damper monitoring and control system, installing electrical conduit, smoke testing, smoke and fire proofing, and interfacing with the existing fire

BIDDERS LIST: General Contractor: Bobo Construction, Inc. 916-685-2285 916-714-4850 COLONY ROAD OVERLAY PROJECT PLAN #: 80071 Bid Date: 7/25/2013 Bid Time: 3:00 PM PLANS AT: Ripon Online and Planroom OWNER: County of San Joaquin DESCR: Contact,Purchasing Department - 209-523-8323 Conform grind 2’x8’0 at intersection, leveling course, pavement fabric, AC deep lift repairs, pavement markings, thermoplastic, adjust utilities to grade, traffic control, SWPPP, yellow centerline stripe thermo, white bike lane, white edge line thermo, bike symbol, type D11+1 sign, conform grind, grind of existing AC, leveling course, pavement fabric, asphalt overlay, adjust utilities to grade, traffic control, SWPPP.

Friday, July 26, 2013 WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION PROJECT Bid Date: 7/26/2013 PLAN #: 95068 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Print On Demand Location: Visalia Online & Print On # OF ADDENDA: 3 Demand PREBID: MAND 5/8 @ 9am PREBID: 7579 Ave 288 OWNER: City of Visalia Ph: 559-713-4334 FAX: 559-713-4802 DESCR: Contact, Purchasing Division - 55-713-4334 Waste water treatment plant expansion. BIDDERS LIST: Supplier: Sierra Trench Protection 530-887-9413 530-887-9112 Ryan Process 800-839-0670 925-837-4832 Misco 925-225-1900 925-225-9200

Friday, August 09, 2013 CONSTRUCTIN OF WESTERN PLACERVILLE INTERCHANGES PROJECT PHASE 1A Bid Date: 8/9/2013 PLAN #: 77072 Bid Time: 2:00 PM PLANS AT: Placerville Online and Planroom Est Cost: $5,000,000.00 PREBID: 7/19 @2pm1 PREBID: 3’rd Floor City Hall OWNER: City of Placerville DESCR: Contact, Engineering Division 530-642-5250Construction of westbound on ramp from Ray Lawyer Drive onton Highway 50 and a westbound auxiliary lane between the new westbound on ramp and the existing westbound off ramp at Placerville Drive. Realignment of Fair Lane, retaining wall to support realigned Fair lane and auxiliary lane, and utility improvements including new storm drain and sanitary sewer facilities and a detention basin. Continued on next page


Plans On File Tuesday, December 31, 2013 LIST OF QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS/YUBA CITY PLAN #: 211098 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Yuba City Planroom OWNER: City of Yuba City DESCR: Contact, (dlangley@yubacity.net) 530-822-4694. THe City of Yuba City invites all licensed contractors to submit their name for inclusion on the CIty’s list of qualified bidders for calendar year 2013. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201 PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION - LIST OF QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS PLAN #: 223091 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Placer Co. Online and Planroom OWNER: Placer Office Education Ph: 916-415-4424 DESCR: In accordance with the State of California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Commission, The Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) is inviting all interested licensed contractors to submit their company for inclusion on the PCOE list of qualified bidders for the calendar year 2013. You must resubmit to be included on the 2013 list even if your company has submitted an application in prior years. Per California Public Contract Code 22032, any Public Works Project that is estimated to be below $175,000 is subject to the Contact, Matt Shawver, 530-889-8020. Informal Bidding Procedures set forth by the State of California Uniform Construction Cost Accounting Commission. All trade categories are subject to Informal Bidding Procedures. Contactors that are interested in being on the 2013 Informal Bidding Contractor List are required to have a current license and are subject to verification through the Contractors State License Board. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Kitchen Art, Inc. 916-852-8111 916-852-7981 Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201 CO OF TUOLUMNE - QUALIFIED BIDDERS LIST PLAN #: 247054 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Tuolumne Co. Online and Planroom OWNER: County of Tuolumne DESCR: County of Tuolumne, Sharon Mikesell, (SMikesell@

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co.tuolumne.ca.us) Inviting all licensed contractors to submit the name of their firm for inclusion on the Agency’s list of qualified bidders for 2013. SOLANO COUNTY WATER AGENCY - QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS LIST PLAN #: 248050 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Solano Online and Planroom OWNER: Solano County Water Agency DESCR: Sandra McLean, 707-451-6090. Inviting contractors to submit their company’s information to be placed on the Agency’s list of qualified bidders for the following year. QUALIFIED BIDDERS - CITY OF CUPERTINO PLAN #: 253057 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Cupertino Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Cupertino Ph: 408-777-3354 DESCR: Contact, City of Cupertino, 408-777-3354. City of Cupertino is in the process of updating their Contractors List to establish and maintain a list of qualified contractors to receive future public projects. APPLICATION - CALIFORNIA UNIFORM PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION COST ACCOUNT ACT/2013 CALENDAR YEAR Bid Date: 12/31/2013 PLAN #: 256052 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Carmichael Online and Planroom OWNER: San Juan Unified School District DESCR: Aida Gonzales, (aida.gonzalez@sanjuan.edu) Complete form and return to San Juan Unified School District Purchasing Department if you wish to be included in the 2013 Calendar year California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Program FOLSOM-CORDOVA USD BIDDERS LIST PLAN #: 274042 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Folsom/Ranch Online and Planroom OWNER: Folsom Cordova USD Ph: 916-355-1111 DESCR: Contact, Folsom Cordova Unified School District, 916294-9000. Requesting all licensed contractors to submit the name of their firm to the District’s list of qualified bidders for 2013. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201


SUMMERVILLE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT PLAN #: 291049 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Summerville Online and Planroom OWNER: Summerville Union High School District Ph: 209-928-1955 FAX: 209-928-4454 DESCR: (wvanbolt@summbears.k12.ca.us) or 209-9281955. Summerville Union H.S. District, Maintenance Dept. in Tuolumne Co., is requesting Contractors’s PreQualification Applications for upcoming year. TWIN RIVERS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS PLAN #: 301009 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: North Online and Planroom OWNER: Twin River Unified School District Ph: 916-566-1600 FAX: 916-286-4959 DESCR: Twin Rivers Unified School District, Facilities Planning & Construction. Requesting all licensed contractors to submit the name of their firm to the District’s list of qualified bidders for 2013. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201 SANTA CRUZ PORT DISTRICT’S/LIST OF QUALIFIED BIDDERS Bid Date: 12/31/2013 PLAN #: 304012 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Santa Cruz Online and Planroom OWNER: Santa Cruz Port District DESCR: Contact, Santa Cruz Port District, (831) 475-6161. Santa Cruz Port District is inviting licensed contractors to submit the name of their firm for inclusion on the Port Districts list of potential bidders. Provide the name and address to which a Notice to Contractors or proposal should be mailed, a phone number, the type of work in which you are interested and are currently licensed to do, the class of contractor’s licenses held and the contractor license numbers. Mail information to Santa Cruz Port District at scpd@santacruzharbor. org and reference “Contractor List” in the subject line. CITY OF LINCOLN/CONTRACTOR’S PREPLAN #: 311007 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Lincoln Online and Planroom OWNER: City of Lincoln DESCR: City of Lincoln, 916-434-2450. City of Lincoln inviting all qualified contractors to submit their name and company for inclusion on the qualified bidders list for the year 2013. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201 Kitchen Art, Inc. 916-852-8111 916-852-7981 Guardian Environmental, 916-997-1830 916-641-5690

SIERRA COLLEGE - LIST OF QUALIFIED PLAN #: 314007 Bid Date: 12/31/2013 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Rocklin Online and Planroom OWNER: Sierra Community College DESCR: Contact, Kerri Hester, 916-624-3333. Sierra Joint Community College District is updating its list of Qualified Contractors for the 2013 calendar year. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201

Wednesday, December 31, 2014 ARDEN PARK RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT’S CONTRACT BID LIST PLAN #: 315005 Bid Date: 12/31/2014 Bid Time: 12:00 PM PLANS AT: Roseville Office Location: Sacramento Online and Planroom OWNER: Arden Park Recreation and Park District Ph: 916-483-6069 DESCR: Colin Miller, (cmiller@aprpd.org) or 916-4836069. Arden Park Recreation and Park District invite licensed contractors to submit their information to be included on their contract bid list. BIDDERS LIST: Sub Contractor: Oxford Fire Inc. 916-865-6146 916-987-0201

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NITRATE AREA 25, PHASE 4, UNIT 1, CHICO VECINO NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECT , Chico

NIRATE AREA 25, PHASE 4, UNIT 2, CHICO VECINO NEIGHBORHOOD, Chico

Plan Number:

Plan Number:

269037

Visinoni Brothers $1,274,090 FOLSOM BOULEVARD IMPROVEMENTS (ROUTE 50 TO WOODMERE ROAD), Folsom

Plan Number:

75068

B & M Builders Inc. $1,135,529 Central Valley Engineering & Asphalt $1,170,827 BGI @ UC DAVIS JOINT GENOMIC CENTER TELECOMMUNICATIONS CABLING, Sacramento

Plan Number:

56070

Irish Communications $34,173 Y Communications, Inc. $43,400 BUSH STREET AND SOUTH E STREET SEWER, WATERR AND STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS , Santa Rosa

Plan Number:

164080

Team Ghilotti $1,348,900.80 Argonaut Constructors $1,377,566 LAKE FOREST SERVICE LATERAL RELOCATIONS PROJECT, Tahoe City

Plan Number:

21023

Vinciguerra Construction $125,310 THERMAL SOLAR HEATING SYSTEM MAINTENACE, Ukiah

Plan Number:

109087

Clark Construction

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268049

Visinoni Brothers $1,141,854 Santos Excavating $1,233,000 R & R Horn, Inc. $1,239,799 WEST STREET SEWER REPLACEMENT , Redding

Plan Number:

4017

R A Martin Constructors $1,428,062 Sunrise Excavating $1,514,713 BANJAMIN HOLT DRIVE AND INGLEWOOD AVE TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND SAFETY LIGHTING, Stockton

Plan Number:

196093

Columbia Electric $368,274 Pacific Excavation, Inc. $373,484 Steiny & Co. $430,327 BENJAMIN HOLT DRIVE & CUMBERLAND PLACE TRAFFIC SIGNAL & SAFETY LIGHTING, Stockton

Plan Number:

190095

Pacific Excavation, Inc. $377,985 Columbia Electric $382,802.10 2011 STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS ON TOMKI ROAD, Ukiah Plan 170001 Number: L.D. Giacomini

$85,061

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Legal Ads ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Subject to conditions prescribed by the University of California, Davis Health System, sealed bids for a lump-sum contract are invited for the following work: PROJECT NO. 9577400 DTLL PHARM HVAC Modifications to CIVA Room Description of Work: Selective demolition of suspended ceiling, ductwork, and supports. Relocate existing 5 ton AC unit and reconfigure ductwork. Relocate DX and hydronic piping to new location. Construct new wall and infill openings. Install doors and window. Flooring patches with base. Paint and patch. Install new suspended ceilings. Procedures: Bidding Documents will be available at 9:00 AM on June 14, 2013, and will be issued only at: Facilities Design and Construction 4800 2nd Ave., Ste. 3010, Sacramento, CA 95817-2216 Tel.: 916-734-7024; Fax: 916-734-7751 contracts@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu Bidders must attend a MANDATORY pre-bid conference at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, June 25, 2013. For details, see our website (http:// www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/facilities/) that provides all details including location and parking instructions. Bids will be received only at: Facilities Design and Construction Bid Deadline: Sealed bids must be received on or before 10:00 AM, Thursday, July 11, 2013. The successful Bidder will be required to have the following California current and active contractor’s license at the time of submission of the Bid: B – General Building. Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University within the limits imposed by law or University policy. Each Bidder may be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy. The successful Bidder and its subcontractors will be required to follow the nondiscrimination requirements set forth in the Bidding Documents and to pay prevailing wage at the location of the work. The work described in the contract is a public work subject to section 1771 of the California Labor Code. Estimated Construction Cost: $150,000 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA University of California, Davis Health System JUNE 2013

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Legal Ads INVITATION FOR BID The Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency, on behalf of the Isleton Brannan-Andrus Historical Society, is soliciting sealed bids for Invitation for Bid (IFB) No. 2013023-LGmp for Bing Kong Tong Center Structural Stabilization, 29 Main Street, Isleton, CA 95641. Possible subcontracting trades are Concrete; Doors, Gates & Activating Devices; Framing & Rough Carpentry; Glazing; Insulation & Acoustical; Lead Removal; Painting & Decorating; and Roofing. The estimated bonding range is between $175,000 and $200,000. Note: All “B” General Building Contractors intending to bid on this project are required to have experience performing work on historical structures. Proof of such experience will be required as part of the bid or the bid will be considered non-responsive. Interested licensed “B” General Building Contractors should plan to attend one of the two Pre-Bid Conferences to be held at 801 12th Street, 2nd Floor, Sacramento, CA: • June 27, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. with a site visit following the Pre-Bid Conference. • July 2, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. with a site visit following the Pre-Bid Conference. Please Note: Contractors are responsible to bring their own personal protective equipment (PPE) to the site visit. All contractors are urged to attend one of the two Pre-Bid Conferences including the site inspection, and are encouraged to bring any subcontractors interested in the project. Although attendance is not mandatory, contractors will be required to verify that they are aware of the existing site conditions. Bids will be received at the Procurement Services Division, 801 12th Street, 2nd Floor, Sacramento, California until 2:00 p.m. on July 23, 2013 at which time and place all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. A bid package, plan holders list, and other contract documents relating to the project may be obtained beginning June 24, 2013 through: Signature Reprographics 620 Sunbeam Avenue Sacramento, CA 95814 916-454-0800 http://www.planroom.us/shra Please direct all general and contractual questions to Laurie Greenquist, Buyer – Procurement Services, at 916-440-1352. For any questions regarding the Technical Plans and Specifications, please contact Michael Ordonia, Project Manager, at 916-449-6275. For information on other construction projects, visit our website at http://www.shra.org. This contract is subject to State and Federal labor standards, affirmative action requirements, Section 3 Requirements of the HUD Act of 1968, Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise standards. All bidders will be required to furnish and pay for a satisfactory Bid Bond in the amount of not less than 10% of the total bid price. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay for a satisfactory Performance Bond and Payment Bond in the amount of not less than 100% of the contract price. Pursuant to the California Public Contract Code Section 22300 the Contractor may request that the Agency substitute a security in the amount of the performance retention. The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive any informalities in the bidding. The Agency is an Equal Opportunity Employment employer. Page 58

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REQUEST FOR QUOTES FROM QUALIFIED DBE, MBE AND WBE- SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS FOR: East Bay Municipal Utility District, Spec #2073 Powell and Hollis Street Pipeline Replacement. Subtrades include but not limited to: Fencing, Striping, Traffic Control, Trucking and Welding. BID OPENING: 6/26/2013 @ 1:30 pm Plans and specifications are available for review in our office by appointment or by viewing the EBMUD website https://portal.ebmud.com/cbo/specifications/default.aspx Performance and payment bonds may be required. Please contact Daire O’Rourke with any questions regarding insurance, bonds, job overview or lines of credit.

Ranger Pipelines, Inc.

P.O. Box 24109, San Francisco, CA 94124 Contact Person: Daire O’Rourke License No.: 417996 Class A (415) 822-3700 Fax (415) 822-3703 Equal Opportunity Employer


Legal Ads ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Subject to conditions prescribed by the University of California, Davis, sealed bids for a lump-sum contract are invited for the following Work: Tall Corn Greenhouse Project & Native Plant Screenhouse Screenhouse and Greenhouse Site Utilities and Interior Fit-Up, Project Number: 9571900 & 9571780. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: A. Provide all labor, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, insurance, and services to construct the site utilities and interior fit-up for the Native Plant Screenhouse and the Tall Corn Greenhouse. Trade work includes trenching, electrical, plumbing, asphalt patching, concrete flatwork, ADA striping and signage. Includes both interior and exterior work. B. Interior Screenhouse work must take into account gravel floor. Interior Greenhouse work must take into account an uncompacted, bare earth floor. C. Work does not include the screenhouse structures, cladding or foundations. Estimated Construction Cost of this project is $125,000 (Base Bid) Contract Time: 60 days. Procedures: NOTE: Only credit card orders for documents are accepted on our Reprographics website at http://reprographics. ucdavis.edu/store/ Downloadable Bidding Documents will be available to Bidders on Thursday, June 13, 2013. A non-refundable fee will be required in the amount of $25.00. All payments must be received at UCD Reprographics before documents can be made available for download. Plan Holder’s List and Bid Results are available on our website at http://dcm.ucdavis.edu/index.htm (Contractors) or by calling (530) 754-9235 or 754-1111 or by fax (530) 754-0116. Bid Deadline: Sealed bids must be received on or before: 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 3, 2013 Bids will be opened at: 2:01 P.M. or promptly thereafter. A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference and MANDATORY Job Walk will be conducted on Thursday, June 20, 2013 beginning promptly at 10:00 a.m. Participants shall meet at Design and Construction Management, 255 Cousteau Place, Davis, CA 95618. Bidders must be present at the Pre-Bid Conference no later than the scheduled start time. Only bidders who participate in both the Conference and the Job Walk in their entirety will be allowed to bid on the Project as prime contractors. For further information, contact Angela Marchbanks at (530) 754-9235 or (530) 754-1111. It is currently anticipated that the Conference/Job Walk will last approximately 2 hours. Transportation will be provided to the Job Walk. Bids will be received only at: Design and Construction Management, University of California, 255 Cousteau Place, Davis, California 95618. The successful Bidder will be required to have the following California current and active contractor’s license at the time of submission of the Bid: GENERAL ENGINEERING-A, GENERAL BUILDING-B. Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University within the limits imposed by law or University policy. Each Bidder may be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy. The successful Bidder and its subcontractors will be required to follow the nondiscrimination requirements set forth in the Bidding Documents and to pay prevailing wage at the location of the work. The work described in the contract is a public work subject to section 1771 of the California Labor Code. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA University of California, Davis June 11, 2013

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McCarthy Building Companies, Inc

is looking for DVBE and local interested subcontractors and suppliers to participate with the project: Yuba City Courthouse – Yuba City, CA. BIDS: June 27, 2013 at 2:00 pm Job Scope comments: The new Courthouse is sited on approximately 4.1 acres located at the South east corner of Civic Center Blvd. and Veterans Memorial Circle, Yuba City, CA. This facility will consist of 6 multi-use courtrooms, and long with support spaces, and total 73, 326 square feet. Space for a seventh court-set is left unfinished. The courthouse will be three stories in height and has a basement in-custody secured holding area. The structure is a steel moment frame system on spread footings. Exterior finishes include thin set porcelain tile, cement plaster, glazed windows and glazed aluminum curtain wall. The exterior focal point of the new Yuba City Courthouse is its North West Courtyard and three story entry and the open stair that connects the public activities on the first floor with the courtrooms and waiting areas on the second floor. Trades involved: Concrete, Reinforcing, Site Concrete, Masonry, Structural Steel, Miscellaneous Metals, Steel Decking, Ornamental Railings, Casework, Waterproofing, Insulation, EIFS, Metal Panels, TPO Roofing, Standing Seam Roofing, Flashings, Fireproofing, Sealants, Doors, Coiling Doors, Smoke Containment Doors, Glazing, Louvers, Drywall, Plaster, Acoustical Ceilings, Flooring, Tile, Access Flooring, Painting, Visual Display Boards, Signage, Toilet Accessories, Wire Mesh Partitions, Operable Partitions, Wall & Corner Guards, Fire Extinguishers, Lockers, Storage Systems, Flagpoles, Detention Equipment, Shades, Fixed Seating, Site Furnishings, Bullet Resistant Paneling, Elevators, Fire Protection, Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, Earthwork, Paving, Utilities, Barrier Gates, & Landscape. Jeffrey Drake, Preconstruction Director Phone: 916-786-3833; Fax: 916-786-3234 Email: jdrake@mccarthy.com

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc

2241 Douglas Blvd., Suite 200, Roseville, CA 95661 Phone: (916) 786-3833 Fax: (916) 786-3234 Equal Opportunity Employer

REQUEST FOR QUOTES FROM QUALIFIED MBE AND WBE SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS FOR: CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PUMP STATION ALONG LINE B- Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Subtrades include but not limited to: Concrete, Fencing, Landscaping, Paving and Street Sweeping. Should you have any questions or need assistance relative to the bid package, cost estimates, sub-bid requirements or bonding requirements please contact the undersigned. BID OPENING: 7/2/2013 @ 2:00 pm

Ranger Pipelines, Inc.

P.O. Box 24109, San Francisco, CA 94124 Contact Person: Daire O’Rourke License No.: 417996 Class A (415) 822-3700 Fax (415) 822-3703 Subcontractors that are selected may be required to provide a Performance and Payment Bond. All subcontractors are required to provide Ranger Pipelines with a certificate of insurance listing Ranger Pipelines as an additional insured. Plans and specifications may be reviewed in our office or may be downloaded from the following site: http://projectzone.plancommand.net/ NewPlanroom/?East%20Bay%20Blue%20Print&VIEW=alco Equal Opportunity Employer


Legal Ads ADVERTISEMENT FOR DESIGN BUILDER PREQUALIFICATION Subject to conditions prescribed by University of California, Davis, Design and Construction Management, responses to the University’s prequalification documents for a Design Build contract are sought from proposers for the following project: Tercero Student Housing Phase 4 Project No: 2829260 PREQUALIFICATION OF PROSPECTIVE PROPOSERS: The University’s primary objective in utilizing the design build approach is to bring the best available integrated design and construction experience to this project. The University has determined that proposers who submit proposals on this project must be prequalified. Prequalified proposers will be required to have the following California contractor’s license: “B” General Building Contractor and valid California architect’s license. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Work shall include all design work, labor, material, tools, equipment, excavation, shoring, testing, inspection, commissioning and all necessary general conditions that may be reasonably inferred from the Contract Documents to provide all Design Work and Construction Work for: student housing with approximately 500 beds in single and double rooms, including bathrooms, common rooms, residence assistant apartments, lounges, recreation rooms administrative offices, community space, community kitchen, music room, maintenance shop and laundry facilities. The project also includes abatement and demolition of existing wood framed student housing buildings. The site plan has been established, and includes the location of 3 buildings, open spaces, and landscaping. Preservation of several heritage and other trees is of utmost importance. Work also includes relocating existing lines without interruption of service, and developing workable utility corridors through the site. The size and shape of buildings indicated on the given site plan are based on typical floor plans successfully used in recent student housing projects at UC Davis. The floor plans may be reconfigured slightly to match proposed structural or mechanical systems, but in general are expected to follow the typical floor plans that will be provided. Other aspects of the buildings, including elevations and quality of materials, are left open for the proposer and will be evaluated in the selection process. Work shall also include achieving LEED Gold certification with the US Green Building Council, including preparing all submittal requirements. The University will employ the University Controlled Insurance Program (UCIP) on this project. Target Contract Amount: $41,000,000 Estimated Contract Time: 1,100 calendar days. Scheduled completion in June, 2017. PROCEDURES: The prequalification process will be conducted in two steps and will result in the selection of up to three finalists who will be prequalified and will be issued proposal documents for this Project. The prequalified proposers will submit price and technical proposals. The technical proposals will be scored according to an established scoring system. The price will be divided by the score to determine a price per technical point. The prequalified proposer submitting the lowest price per technical point will be the apparent low proposer for the Project. Level I Requirements: Minimum requirements for prequalification include the following (detailed submittal requirements are contained in the Prequalification Questionnaire): Requests for clarifying information and additional data may be required by the University during this phase. After receipt and review of the clarifications and additional data each prequalification submittal will receive a final point score. 1. Proper licenses 2. Surety and Insurance requirements 3. History of Prior disqualification, fines, disciplinary action, false claims, or termination 4. List proposed team members including Contractor’s Project Manager, Superintendent, Architect’s Project Manager,

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Mechanical Subcontractor, Electrical Subcontractor, Civil Engineer and Landscape Designer. 5. Minimum requirements for 3 submitted projects: • Each project must be either designed by the proposed architectural firm or constructed by the construction company or both. At least one project submitted must be by each. • All three must be multi-unit residential projects, 8 stories or less. • Two of the three must be student residence projects that are on-campus, owned, and operated by the institution (not a third party). The third project may be a condominium, or apartment building. • Two of the three must be at least 400 beds or 200 apartments. • One of the projects must be wood frame. • One may currently be under construction (projects in design will not be considered). • Projects completed prior to 2005 will not be considered. • One must be in California for both the construction company and the Architect. 6. Additional experience required for Contractor and Subcontractor/Consultants: • The Contractor must have successfully completed at least one project since 2005 that was design/build delivery, i.e. where the architect for that project was a subconsultant to the Contractor or a joint venture with the Contractor (negotiated or construction management does not meet this requirement). • The Contractor must have successfully completed at least one project since 2005 that was a public works project—i.e. through a construction contract directly to a Public University, Federal, state, county, or municipal agency. • The Contractor must have successfully completed, or is under construction with, a project that has been registered with the US Green Building Council for LEED certification. Certification may be still in progress. • The Contractor’s Project Manager must have managed both a design/build project and a project in California (need not be same project), completed since 2005, that was over $20,000,000 construction value. • The proposed Architect must have managed a project in California, completed since 2005, that was over $20,000,000 construction value. • The proposed Mechanical Subcontractor must have managed a project in California, completed since 2005, where total project cost (not mechanical portion) was over $20,000,000 construction value. • The proposed Electrical Subcontractor must have managed a project in California, completed since 2005, where total project cost (not electrical portion) was over $20,000,000 construction value. • Both the Contractor’s Project Manager and Superintendent must have been an employee of this contractor a minimum of 3 years. Only Proposers who meet all of the minimum requirements listed above will be evaluated further by scoring the criteria listed below. Level I Scoring Criteria: A Maximum of 60 points is possible. Approximately five to seven of the proposers with the highest scores in Level I will be invited to participate in Level II. The following criteria are worth 15 points: • (3 points) One or more of the submitted projects were by same contractor/architect team. • (3 points) Contractor has successfully completed at least one project on a college or university campus. • (3 points) Contractor’s Project manager has managed one or more of the submitted projects. • (3 points) Architect’s Project manager has managed the design of one or more of the submitted projects. • (3 points) Contractor’s Superintendent supervised construction on one or more of the submitted projects. UC Davis ad continued on next pages.


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Each comparable project submitted is worth 15 points each, totaling 45 points as follows: • (10 points) Similarity to other student residences in the UC Davis Tercero area • (5 points) Energy Efficient Components Level II Interview Process: Approximately five to seven of the proposers with the highest scores in Level I will be invited to participate in Level II. A Maximum of 40 points is possible. The three proposers receiving the highest points in the interview only will be prequalified to compete in the design competition. Points scored in Prequalification Scoring will not be considered in scoring the final 5 proposers for the interview. Criteria evaluated and scored through the interview will include: • (10 points) Architect’s design experience and ability, especially in projects of similar massing to existing, recently built student housing projects in the Tercero area—additional projects may be presented at the interview. • (10 points) Contractor’s experience with other projects that are most similar and relevant, including scale, scope, and building components—additional projects may be presented. • (10 points) Project team qualifications, organization and communication skills, as demonstrated by (must be present at the interview) the project manager, architect, superintendent, LEED manager, mechanical and electrical engineers, and the mechanical and electrical subcontractors’ project managers. Any changes to listed personnel must be approved by University prior to interview. • (10 points) Project approach—initial thoughts on work plan, schedule, possible innovations. University may request additional information to be covered in the interview. Proposers will be notified whether or not they have been prequalified after the University evaluates the results of the Level II Interview. PREQUALIFICATION SCHEDULE: On Thursday, June 13, 2013, the Prequalification Documents will be available on Design and Construction Management Web Page at http://dcm.ucdavis.edu/index.htm (Contractors/Bidders) Projects Out to Bid. Complete the Document Distribution Form and return it to dcmcontracts@ucdavis.edu. Requests for clarification or interpretation of the Prequalification Documents shall be addressed in writing only to: Jill Tomczyk, Project Manager c/o dcmcontracts@ucdavis.edu On or before Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 3:00 P.M., the completed original signed Prequalification Questionnaire (1 set only) and associated documents will be received at: Design and Construction Management Contracts Unit University of California (530) 754-1111 255 Cousteau Place, Davis, California 95618-5412 (NOTE: Electronic qualifications are invalid and will not be accepted.) The Prequalification Questionnaire and associated documents are due at the time stated above. However, the University reserves the right to request, receive, and evaluate supplemental information after the above time and date at its sole determination. Successful proposers will be notified of location, date and time of Level II Interview. PROPOSAL SCHEDULE: Following is the anticipated proposal schedule: 1. Proposal Documents available to the prequalified proposers – September 2013 2. Proposals received – March 2014 3. Proposals evaluated and the apparent best value proposal determined – April 2014 The exact dates, times, and location will be set forth in an “Announcement to Prequalified Proposers.”

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The University reserves the right to reject any or all responses to Prequalification Questionnaires and any or all proposals and to waive non-material irregularities in any response or proposal received. Proposal Security in the amount of 10% of the lump sum price proposal, excluding alternates, shall accompany each proposal. The Surety issuing the Bid Bond shall be, on the Bid Deadline, an admitted surety insurer (as defined in the California Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.120). Prospective proposers desiring to be prequalified are informed that they will be subject to and must fully comply with all of the proposal conditions including 100 percent payment and 100 percent performance bonds. All information submitted for prequalification evaluation will be considered official information acquired in confidence, and the University will maintain its confidentiality to the extent permitted by law. Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons shall have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University, regardless of: race; color; religion; sex; age; ancestry; national origin; sexual orientation; physical or mental disability; veteran’s status; medical condition; genetic information; marital status; gender identity; pregnancy; service in the uniformed services; or citizenship within the limits imposed by law or University’s policy. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA University of California, Davis June 12, 2013

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Legal Ads ADVERTISEMENT FOR DESIGN BUILDER PREQUALIFICATION Subject to conditions prescribed by University of California, Davis, Design and Construction Management, responses to the University’s prequalification documents for a Design Build contract are sought from proposers for the following project: International Complex Phase 1, Project No: 9522700 PREQUALIFICATION OF PROSPECTIVE PROPOSERS: The University’s primary objective in utilizing the design build approach is to bring the best available integrated design and construction experience to this project. The University has determined that proposers who submit proposals on this project must be prequalified. Prequalified proposers will be required to have the following California contractor’s license: B General Building Contractor and valid California architect’s license. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Work shall include all design work, labor, material, tools, equipment, excavation, shoring, testing, inspection, commissioning and all necessary general conditions that may be reasonably inferred from the Contract Documents to provide all Design Work and Construction Work for: a three story classroom building, including a commons/ lounge, administrative offices, outdoor courtyard, landscaping and support spaces for facility. The site plan has been established, and includes the location of the building, open spaces, hardscape and landscaping. Preservation of several trees on site will be required. The floor plans have been established and may be reconfigured slightly to match proposed structural or mechanical systems, but in general are expected to follow the floor plans that will be provided. Other aspects of the buildings, including elevations and quality of materials, are left open for the proposer and will be evaluated in the selection process. Work shall also include achieving LEED Gold certification with the US Green Building Council, including preparing all submittal requirements. Target Contract Amount $21,500,000.00. Estimated Contract Time: 1,020 calendar days. Scheduled completion in August, 2016. PROCEDURES: The prequalification process will be conducted in two steps and will result in the selection of up to three finalists who will be prequalified and will be issued proposal documents for this Project. The prequalified proposers will submit price and technical proposals. The technical proposals will be scored according to an established scoring system. The price will be divided by the score to determine a price per technical point. The prequalified proposer submitting the lowest price per technical point will be the apparent low proposer for the Project. Prequalification Requirements Submitted information (see submittal requirements in Prequalification Questionnaire) will be evaluated based on both minimum requirements and criteria that are scored as described below. Requests for clarifying information and additional data may be required by the University during this phase. After receipt and review of the clarifications and additional data each prequalification submittal will receive a final point score. Level I Requirements Level 1 minimum requirements to advance to Level 2 are as follows: 1. Proper licenses 2. Surety and Insurance requirements 3. History of Prior disqualification, fines, disciplinary action, false claims, or termination 4. List proposed team members including Contractor’s Project Manager, Superintendent, Architect’s Project Manager, Mechanical Subcontractor, Electrical Subcontractor and Civil Engineer. 5. Three submitted projects that meet the criteria below:

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• Each project must be either designed by the proposed architectural firm or constructed by the construction company or both. At least one project submitted must be by each. • All 3 must be educational facilities with classrooms. • One of the three must be projects on a college or university campus. The remaining two may be a K through 12, trade school or other educational building. • One of the three must include a lounge/commons area greater than 1,500 square feet. • One may currently be under construction (projects in design will not be considered). • Projects completed prior to 2005 will not be considered. • One must be in California for both the construction company and the Architect. 6. Additional experience required for Contractor and Subcontractor/Consultants: • The Contractor must have successfully completed at least one project since 2005 that was design/build delivery, i.e. where the architect for that project was a subconsultant to the Contractor or a joint venture with the Contractor (negotiated or construction management does not meet this requirement). • The Contractor must have successfully completed at least one project since 2005 that was a public works project—i.e. through a construction contract directly to a public university, Federal, state, county, or municipal agency. • The Contractor must have successfully completed, or is under construction with, a project that has been registered with the US Green Building Council for LEED certification. Certification. • The Contractor’s Project Manager must have managed both a design/build project and a project in California (need not be same project), completed since 2005, that was over $12,000,000 construction value. • The proposed Architect must have designed a project in California, completed since 2005, that was over $12,000,000 construction value. • The proposed Mechanical Subcontractor must have designed a project in California, completed since 2005, that was over $12,000,000 (total) construction value. • The proposed Electrical Subcontractor must have designed a project in California, completed since 2005, that was over $12,000,000 (total) construction value. • Both the Contractor’s Project Manager and Superintendent must have been an employee of this contractor a minimum of 3 years. Only Proposers who meet all of the minimum requirements listed above will be evaluated further by scoring the criteria listed below. Level 1 Scoring Criteria: A Maximum of 70 points is possible. Approximately five to seven of the proposers with the highest scores in Level I will be invited to participate in Level II. The following criteria are worth 10 points total max: • (2 points) One or more of the submitted projects were by same contractor/architect team. • (2 points) Contractor has successfully completed at least one project on a college or university campus. • (2 points) Contractor’s Project manager has managed one or more of the submitted projects. • (2 points) Architect’s Project manager has managed the design of one or more of the submitted projects. • (2 points) Contractor’s Superintendent supervised construction on one or more of the submitted projects. The following criteria apply to the 3 submitted projects and are worth a maximum of 20 points each: UC Davis ad continued on next pages.


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• (10 points) Responsiveness of submitted projects to architectural quality and distinction that UC Davis strives for. Architecture that fits the context of campus, particularly immediate location of project site. • (5 points) Innovation • (5 points) Energy Efficient Components Level II Interview Process: Approximately five to seven of the proposers with the highest scores in Level I will be invited to participate in Level II. A Maximum of 40 points is possible. The three proposers receiving the highest points in the interview only will be prequalified to compete in the design competition. Points scored in Prequalification Scoring will not be considered in scoring the final 5 proposers for the interview. Criteria evaluated and scored through the interview will include: • (10 points) Architect’s design experience and ability, especially in projects of similar massing to proposed project —additional projects may be presented at the interview. • (10 points) Contractor’s experience with other projects that are most similar and relevant, including scale, scope, and building components—additional projects may be presented. • (10 points) Project team qualifications, organization and communication skills, as demonstrated by (must be present at the interview) the project manager, architect, superintendent, LEED manager, mechanical and electrical engineers, and the mechanical and electrical subcontractors’ project managers. Any changes to listed personnel must be approved by University prior to interview. • (10 points) Project approach—initial thoughts on work plan, schedule, possible innovations. University may request additional information to be covered in the interview. Proposers will be notified whether or not they have been prequalified after the University evaluates the results of the Level II Interview. PREQUALIFICATION SCHEDULE: On June 13, 2013, the Prequalification Documents will be available on Design and Construction Management Web Page at http://dcm.ucdavis.edu/index.htm (Contractors/Bidders) Projects Out to Bid. Complete the Document Distribution Form and return it to dcmcontracts@ucdavis.edu. Requests for clarification or interpretation of the Prequalification Documents shall be addressed in writing only to: Vanda Rovis, Project Manager c/o dcmcontracts@ucdavis.edu On or before Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 3:00 P.M., the completed original signed Prequalification Questionnaire (1 set only) and associated documents will be received at: Design and Construction Management Contracts Unit University of California (530) 754-1111 255 Cousteau Place, Davis, California 95618-5412 (NOTE: Electronic qualifications are invalid and will not be accepted.) The Prequalification Questionnaire and associated documents are due at the time stated above. However, the University reserves the right to request, receive, and evaluate supplemental information after the above time and date at its sole determination. Successful proposers will be notified of location, date and time of Level II Interview. PROPOSAL SCHEDULE: Following is the anticipated proposal schedule: 1. Proposal Documents available to the prequalified proposers – August 2013 2. Proposals received – October 2013 3. Proposals evaluated and the apparent best value proposal determined – October 2013 The exact dates, times, and location will be set forth in an “Announcement to Prequalified Proposers.”

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The University reserves the right to reject any or all responses to Prequalification Questionnaires and any or all proposals and to waive non-material irregularities in any response or proposal received. Proposal Security in the amount of 10% of the lump sum price proposal, excluding alternates, shall accompany each proposal. The Surety issuing the Bid Bond shall be, on the Bid Deadline, an admitted surety insurer (as defined in the California Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.120). Prospective proposers desiring to be prequalified are informed that they will be subject to and must fully comply with all of the proposal conditions including 100 percent payment and 100 percent performance bonds. All information submitted for prequalification evaluation will be considered official information acquired in confidence, and the University will maintain its confidentiality to the extent permitted by law. Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University within the limits imposed by law or University policy. Each Proposer may be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy. The successful Bidder and its subcontractors will be required to follow the nondiscrimination requirements set forth in the Bidding Documents and to pay prevailing wage at the location of the work. The work described in the contract is a public work subject to section 1771 of the California Labor Code. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA University of California, Davis June 5, 2013

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