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RICHLEN CONSTRUCTION Built to Deliver Your Vision

Tenant Improvements • Building Restorations • Lobby Renovations • Abatement • Infrastructure • Design-Build


Richlen Construction Celebrates Thirty-Five Years of Stories

Our first story Alcoa Building (now One Maritime) • San Francisco

Focus Advisors 14th Floor One Market Street • San Francisco

Regus Center 3rd Floor 951 Mariners Island • San Mateo

Duncan / Channon Penthouse & 14th Flr. 114 Sansome Street • San Francisco

888 Brannan Street 6-stories Full Building Restoration • San Francisco

Asurion 3rd Floor 160 Bovet Road • San Mateo

Bell Investment 16th Floor 1111 Broadway • Oakland

Vista Equity Partners 18th & 19th Floors 150 California Street • San Francisco

Attorney’s Lounge for GSA 280 South First Street • San Jose


Main Floor Lobbies

425 Market Street Lobby Fremont & Market • San Francisco

Haas Main Lobby • Remodel 101 Greenwich Street • San Francisco

888 Brannan Street 6-stories Full Building Restoration • San Francisco

High-Rise Office Remodels

USDA 1333 Broadway LEED TI, Steel Framing • Oakland

Experia 3rd Floor 155 Grand Avenue • Oakland

Anchorage Square 2800 Leavenworth Street • San Francisco

to Complete Building Restorations. Richlen Construction is an award-winning Commercial General Contractor. We have offices in San Francisco and Pacheco, California. Our workforce covers The San Francisco Bay Area. [all 6,900 square miles of the metropolitan region!] Founder & Owner Rich Zavala credits his team of build exper ts; Project Managers, Superintendents, Engineers, and Estimators for the company's 35 year successful trackrecord. At Richlen, we honestly believe there is no such thing as a boilerplate project. Every construction job is as distinctive as the company that hires us.

Our Superintendents and laborers are respectable Union members, representing Northern California Carpenters #052233, and Bay Area Painters & Tapers #2021-07273500. Richlen is a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) [certificate #BA07-0073], certified with the Northern California Minority Supplier Development Council, as well a s w i t h C a l i fo r n i a P u b l i c U t i l i t i e s Commission (CPUC) Supplier Clearinghouse [71N00066]. What sets Richlen apart from other General Contractors is we make it a point to treat all projects, as award-winning!


Tools & Services We use Procore Cloud-Based Construction software for with no excuses for switching out material, over-looking managing our projects. No matter the size of the bid particulars, or poor quality workmanship! package, Richlen makes certain that all qualified trade subcontractors and vendors respond to our bid process, SUBCONTRACTOR / VENDOR EVALUATION RATING REPORT This report is divided into three (3) categories: and take an aggressive approach toward it. Administration (20%); Quality of Work (20%); Pricing (60%) CONTRACT#:

Our comprehensive database and individual knowledge of local, national, and international vendors and suppliers, coupled with their prior job completion for us, allows us to evaluate not only the business, but also the person(s) assigned to carry out the work. Richlen’s Project Managers and Superintendents take production schedules seriously

PROJECT COMPLETION DATE:

COST CODE:

PROJECT NAME & ADDRESS: SUBCONTRACTOR OR FIRM NAME: JOB FOREMAN OR PROJECT MANAGER: NUMERICAL RATING SCALE: (0-20%) EXCELLENT 18-20 | SATISFACTORY 14-17 | POOR 0-13

1. Administration (20%): a. Organization

RATE SCORE

Did the company team work well with ours? Is the company well organized? Are they good communicators? Is Company properly staffed?

b. Project Management Did the PM communicate well? PM responsive? In a timely manner? Did they attend job-walk, tail-gate meetings, & owner meetings? Pro-Active with RFI’s and Submittals?

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c. Scheduling Were schedules and milestone dates maintained and met?

d. Financial Are invoices submitted on a regular basis? Complete & accurate? How many change orders were submitted? How many change orders were approved?

TOTAL Average Rating for Category (Totals of a thru d divided by 4)

2. Quality of Work (20%): Jobsite Did they maintain good housekeeping practices? Did they follow safety regulations? Building Standards? Equipment? Did they bring innovation to the jobsite? Did they address constructability issues/concerns?

TOTAL Average Rating for Category (Totals of a thru d divided by 4)

3. Pricing (60%): Value Did they give us their best pricing? Did they consider or recommend value engineering? Did long lead times effect their pricing?

TOTAL Average Rating for Category (Totals of a thru d divided by 4)

Self Performed Work CARPENTRY • DRYWALL & TAPING • PAINTING • DEMOLITION A testament to Richlen's commercial General Contracting services is our Self Performed Work capabilities. More often than not, clients who utilize our labor-force find savings results in areas such as scheduling, labor cost, production, expediting materials & equipment, quality control, and increased life safety practices. Because

Richlen self performs work, clients simply get to know us better, and often become repeat clientele. Typically, at Richlen we can produce a cost savings within 2% 5% of the construction fee without compromising functional or aesthetic priorities. Clients save a substantial cost percentage due to our longevity with some of the finest trades-businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Richlen is a Union Contractor Representing Northern California Carpenters #052233 and Bay Area Painters & Tapers #202107273500


Design-Build Pre-Construction•Construction

425 Market Street Lobby Marble at the quarry in Calacatta, Italy

Hitachi Campus Lot Line Adjustment 700 Central Expressway • Santa Clara

Five Star Conference Center Drywall & taped full height walls

We see the details before anyone else! PROJECT APPROACH Engineering, Drawings, & Permits

Mobilization

Warranties

Procurement & Fabrication

Secure Site for Safety

Manuals

Servers, Systems, & Furniture

Commissioning

Close-Out Package

•Project Walk-through

•Manitory Project Meetings

•Guarantee to Owner

•Document Original Site Conditions

•Submittal(s)

•Trades & Vendors Warranties

•Drawings Constructability Reviewed

•Monitor Cost Control

•Identify Extended Warranties

•Value “in” Engineering

•Schedule Control

•Operation & Maintenance Manuals

•Availability of off-the-shelf items

•Project Status & Reports

•Request for Information (RFI’s) Logs

•Procurement Lead-times/Resources

•Quality Assurance

•Submittal Logs

•Preliminary Budget(s)

•Commissioning

•Material Samples

•Coordinate shop drawings

•Final Clean

•MEP “As-Built” drawings

•Submittal Schedule

•Final Inspections

•Punchlist Signed off by Architect

•Subcontractors Bid Packages

•Pre-Punchlist

•Premitted Architectural Drawings

•Preliminary Schedule

•Punchlist

•Lessons Gained Meeting

have built our reputation by surpassing our client's expectations “onWea project-by-project basis.”

Trip Collaro - Vice President of Operations


Randy Keller • Senior Project Manager • Richlen Construction

• Career: Twenty Two (22) years • Richlen: Two (2) years RESUME

Mr. Keller oversees Corporate Construction Tenant Improvements,Abatement & Build Backs projects. He has spent his career in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Keller worked directly for the late Walter Shorenstein, where he gained skills to succeed at his own general contracting consulting firm. Mr. Keller has enabled Richlen to capture new opportunities and diversify our client base. He has done so, while actively managing all operations of existing accounts (whether budget values of $100K or $100 million projects) with urgency and impartiality.

EXPERIENCE •Experian Marketing Services, 3rd Floor, 155 Grand Avenue, Oakland.16,410 sq-ft. Full-Floor Demolition & Tenant Improvement. Five (5) Conference rooms complete with audio visual screen & equipment, fourteen (14) private offices, open floor offices, full kitchen with large breakroom with Plasma Tv’s, featured lighting, reception entry (elaborate wood flooring), quite room, mens & women’s restrooms, server data room, two (2) storage rooms. •Kenneth Rainin Foundation, 10th Floor, 155 Grand Avenue, Oakland. 4,870 sqft. Tenant Improvement. Two (2) Conference rooms complete with audio visual [and a spectacular view of Lake Merritt], twelve (12) offices, a pantry with a breakroom, reception entry, guest seating & waiting area, banquette area, server data TI room, two (2) storage rooms, and one (1) copy room. •5- Star Conference Center (Oakland City Center), 500 12th Street, Oakland, 5,893 sq-ft.Tenant Improvement. Class “A” Multi-Media Executive Conference & Meeting Center.. Pre-construction & construction services. High end materials. Two (2) boardrooms with video conferencing, Eleven (11) private/meeting offices, One (1) large events open room. Scope included: Smart board fabric panels, millwork, offices, kitchen & pantry, and restrooms with lockers. Relocated and upgraded HVAC & MEP. •Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampson, 555 12th Street, 17th Floor, Oakland. Law Firm. 24,240 sq-ft. Tenant Improvement. Demolish existing break room construct forty (40) private offices, two (2) conference room, and main kitchen / lunch room, IT office / server room with two tel/data rooms, storage rooms, central file room, wellness room and men & women’s restrooms. Provided new finishes throughout. Included life safety upgrade to entire floor, sprinkler system, speaker/strobes, and smoke detectors. •Renewable Funding, 155 Grand Avenue, 3rd Floor, Oakland.12,000 sq-ft.Tenant improvement, build back, & demo. One (1) phase.Work performed during business hours. Scope: demo & off haul of 8 LF of ceiling high partitions. New kitchen with significant millwork; fabricate & install 6' cabinet & top, rework existing cabinet. Acoustical ceiling with new Donn grid to match existing. server room, shooting of wires for hanging of light fixtures seismic bracing with metal stud compression posts at new ceiling grid areas only. •Plageman Lund + Cannon, 155 Grand Avenue, Suite 950, Oakland. 5,176 sq-ft. Tenant improvement for new law firm. Demoed a portion of an existing larger suite. All new paint & flooring, reception area, breakroom area, file room, library & production room,. Modifications to existing offices. Design- Build: Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Alarm & Fire Sprinklers.Work finished on turnkey basis for Brandywine Realty Trust.

REFERENCES John LaPorta,Vice President of Construction Brandywine 3141 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church,VA 94612 John.LaPorta@bdnreit.com (703) 560-4700

Sheila Murphy, Property Manager Shorenstein Realty Services 50 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94111 smurphy@shorenstein.com (415) 956-5550


5 Star Worldwide Conference Center, 500 12th Street, Oakland City Center 5 Star Worldwide Conference Center Owner: OCC Venture LLC Property Management: CB Richard Ellis Architect: RMW

Tenant Improvement 5,893 sq-ft. Two (2) Boardrooms,Large Seminar and Events Room Private Corporate Video Conference Meeting Rooms Lobby Remodel, Upgrades to Kitchen & Bathrooms


Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampo, 555 12th Street, 14th Floor, Oakland Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampo Owner: OCC Venture LLC Property Management: CB Richard Ellis Architect: RMW

Full Floor Tenant Improvement 24,240 sq-ft. Forty (40) Private Offices Two (2) Conference Rooms, Breakroom, IT Office & Server Room Two (2) Tel/Data Rooms, Storage Rooms File Room, Law Library, Wellness Room.


Kenneth Rainin Foundation, 155 Grand Avenue, 10th Floor, Oakland Rainin funds cutting-edge ideas in arts, education, & health. Tenant Improvement 4,870 sq-ft. Owner: Kenneth Rainin Foundation Two (2) Conference Rooms, Audio Visual, Twelve (12) Offices Property Management: Brandywine Realty Trust Breakroom, Guest Seating Area, Server Data Room, Architect: Gensler Two (2) Storage Rooms & One (1) Copy Room


Experian Marketing Services, 155 Grand Avenue, 3rd Floor, Oakland Experian is a marketing services company Owner: Experian Property Management: Brandywine Realty Trust Architect: Huntsman

Full Demo &Tenant Improvement 16,410 sq-ft. Five (5) Conference rooms, fourteen (14) private offices Full Kitchen with seating dining area, & Plasma TV’s Server Data room, Two (2) Storage rooms.


Immersa, 350 Rhode Island Street, San Francisco Tenant Improvment High-end 8,100 sq-ft. Strategic Advertising & Marketing Creative Solutions Company Eight (8) Offices Owner: Immersa Marketing Pantry/Breakroom, Guest Seating Area, Server Data TI Room, Property Management: CAC Two “Think Tanks� (conference rooms) Architect: Fennie & Mehl


Regus-Center, 201 Mission Street, 12th Floor, San Francisco Tenant Improvement 15,299 sq-ft. Regus is the world's largest provider of flexible workspaces. Full Floor, 53 Offices Owner: Regus Management Group Business Lounge, Assembly Boardroom, Service Pantry Property Management: Jones Lang LaSalle Refreshment Bar, and Co-working area. Architect: WB Interiors


Hitachi Executive Briefing Center Renovation, Santa Clara Briefing Center provides comfortable setting for Corporate leaders. 21,992 sq-ft., Kitchen and Cafeteria Owner: Behringer Harvard Three (3) Training Rooms Property Management: CB Richard Ellis, Inc. Indoor Game Room, Outdoor Basketball Court Architect: Arc Tec, Inc. BBQ Patio Area with all new Hardscape


123 Mission Street Building’s Main Lobby. 4,200 sq-ft. Owner: Sumitomo Corporation of America Property Management: Ryan Companies Architect: Gensler

First Lobby in City to earn LEED Gold Certification Used Wood containing no added-urea or formaldehyde 75% of construction waste produced was recycled Worked conducted while tenant occupied


MAIN LOBBY REMODEL 5,880 sq-ft. 425 Market Street, San Francisco


South-of-Market 888 Brannan Street, San Francisco Owner(s): SKS Investments & Vantage Property Property Management: Transwestern Vantage Property Investors Architect: Gensler


Full Building Multi-Floor Five (5) Story Abatement & Restoration 300,000 sq-ft.,178 Tenants, 170,000 sq-ft office space, Exterior Skin, Custom Windows, Lobby, Atrium, & Balconies Court Yard & Stuarts Tunnel, Atrium Elevators, Restrooms, Transformer & Generator.


Our References Represent Small and Large Businesses, throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

• 425 Market Street Lobby, San Francisco • George Chu, Architect • gchu@metlife.com

• 550 California Street, San Francisco • Joel Hirigoyen, PM, Morlin Asset Mgmt. • joel@333market.com • (415) 546-0333

• 360 22nd Street, Lobby& TI’s Oakland • David Zeff, Pacific Partners, Partner • dzeff@prepartners.com • (415) 464-4845

• Regus Business Centers • Shari Perkins, Construction Manager • Shari.perkins@regus.com • (415) 462-9805

• Wells Fargo, San Francisco • Gary Smith, Sr. Project Manager • smithg@wellsfargo.com • (415) 894-3211

• Watson Wyatt Worldwide, San Francisco • David Gonzales, Managing Dir. & Principal • David.Gonzales@avisonyoung.com • (415) 322-5065

Metropolitan Life

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LEED LEED Gold Certification - 123 Mission Street Lobby, SF LEED Silver Certification - Barclays Global Investors, SF (Financial) LEED Silver Certification - Forest City Residential West, SF LEED Silver Certification - USDA Judges Chambers, Oakland LEED Silver Certification - Wells Fargo, SF (Design Assist) LEED EB Certification - 360 22nd Street Building, Oakland LEED Certification - Season Capital Management, SF (Financial) LEED Certification - UBOC Administrative Offices Branches LEED Certified - Lumetra Healthcare Solutions, SF (Healthcare) LEED Committed - StoneTurn Group, SF (Law Firm) LEED Committed - RW Baird Company, SF (Design-Build) ON-CALL MAINTENANCE •One California, 32-story, 484,129 sq-ft •45 Fremont, 34-story, 588,764 sq-ft •50 California, 37-story, 687,574 sq-ft •120 Howard, 9-story, 143,000 sq-ft •360 22nd St., Oakland, 8-story, 115,000 sq-ft •555 California, 52-story, 1.5 Million sq-ft STATE, GOVERNMENT, & UTILITIES •101 Market St., SF (Financial District) American Red Cross, SF (Community Emergencies) California Emerging Infection Program, Oakland California Public Utilities Commission, SF California State Automobile Association •British Consulate, SF Food & Drug Administration, Oakland Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, SF •GSA Attorney’s Lounge, San Jose GSA, 450 Golden Gate, SF INS/Department of Homeland Security, SF Internal Revenue Service, SF •PG&E, SF GC Yard, Napa, Petaluma, Beale St. SF & Rocklin State Public Utilities Commission, Oakland United States Coast Guard, Oakland •United States District Court, SF HEALTHCARE Archadian Health •Kaiser Program Offices, Oakland Renbaum Medical, SF Sutter Delta Medical Center, Antioch Vision Critical, SF MEP INFRASTRUCTURE 550 California St., SF - Emergency Chiller Generator One California St., SF - Water Riser 50 California St., SF - Condenser Water Riser 50 California St., SF - Abatement & Rebuild MEP Systems 333 Market St., SF - Boiler Replacement 460 Hegenberger, Oakland, (2) 100 tons roof units 1001 Marina Village Pkwy, Alameda (2) 5 Tons Roof Units 123 Mission St., SF - Roof Top Cooling Tower & Fire Pump 640 Second St., SF- Seismic Retrofit R&D, ENERGY, & ENVIRONMENTAL •Cryptography Research, SF (Network/Data Security) Geo Petro, SF Genentech, SF (Biotech Company) GWF Power Systems, Pittsburg DMJM Harris, Oakland, (Transportation) Orion Energy Group, Oakland Sierra Club Foundation, SF RESEARCH, EDUCATION, & ARTS •California Culinary Academy, SF & Oakland Continuing Education for the Bar, Oakland Graduate School, SF Kenneth Rainin Foundation University of California San Francisco, SF

DESIGN-BUILD Berman DeValerio, SF (Law Firm) •California Nurses Association, Oakland (Healthcare) •Constellation Wines, SF (World’s Largest Wine Co.) Duncan/Channon, SF (Advertising) Godfrey Q, SF (Advertising) •Pacific Partners, Oakland (Property Management) Pond North LLP, SF (Law Firm) Redwood Trust, Mill Valley (Financial) LAW FIRMS Beyer Weaver & Thomas LLP, Oakland •Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith, SF •Littler Mendelson, SF McGrane Greenfield, SF Miller, Brown, & Dannis, SF N.F. Stroth & Associates, LLC, SF Pachulski, Stang, Ziehl & Jones, SF Plageman Lund + Cannon, Oakland Prindle, Amaro, Barnes, Hillyard, Goetz, & Reinholtz, SF •Quinn, Emanuel, Urquhart, Oliver, & Hedges, SF •Sidley Austin, LLP., SF Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, Oakland Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampson, Oakland •Wendel, Rosen, Black, & Dean, Oakland

LOBBIES MAIN FLOOR 45 Fremont Street Lobby, SF (Design-Build) 123 Mission Street Lobby, SF (LEED) 275 Battery Street Lobby, SF (Design Assist) 333 Market Street Lobby, SF 360 22nd St. Lobby Plaza, Oakland (LEED) 222 Kearny Street Lobby, SF 425 Market Street Lobby, SF INTERNET & SOFTWARE •Ask.com, & Ask Jeeves, Oakland Credit.com, San Francisco Gracenote, Emeryville Hitachi Corporation, Santa Clara (TI Design-Build) Hyperion/Oracle, Santa Clara LoopNet, San Francisco Marin Software, San Francisco Mynewplace.com, San Francisco Personify, San Francisco Velti, San Francisco

FINANCIAL & INVESTMENT Alliance Capital Management, SF •Bank of America Wealth Management, SF •Barclays Capital, SF •Bell Investors Advisors, Oakland Centerview Partners, SF INSURANCE •Charles Schwab Bank, SF Atlantic Mutual Insurance, SF California State Automobile Associations, Walnut Creek •Citigroup/Smith Barney, SF (Design-Build) Credit.com, SF Colemont Insurance, SF E*TRADE, Menlo Park Commodore Insurance, Emeryville Farallon Capital Management, SF Stewart Title, SF Focus Advisors Savitr Capital, SF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT HSBC Securities, SF •Boston Properties Instinet, SF •Brandywine Global •Liberty Mutual, SF •Broadway Real Estate Services •Merrill Lynch, Oakland, Multiple Properties •CB Richard Ellis •Morgan Stanley, SF •CIM Group Sanford Group, SF •Cushman & Wakefield Segal Company, SF •Hines •Union Bank of California, SF, Multiple Properties •Jones Lang LaSalle UBS Financial Firm, SF •Morlin Management •US Bank/NorthMarq, SF •PM Realty Watson Wyatt Worldwide, SF •RREEF Management •Visa U.S.A., Foster City, Multiple Properties •Ryan Companies Vista Equity Partners, SF •Shorenstein ADVERTISING & MEDIA •Swig Company Aon Benfield, Inc., SF (Calling Center) •Transwestern •AT&T Structural Retrofit, SF •Vornado Clear Channel, Oakland ARCHITECTUAL FIRMS Fleishman Hillard, SF •Aston Pereira Immersa Marketing, SF •Brereton Leagas Delaney,SF •Development One Quad Graphics, SF •Huntsman Studio Archetype, SF •Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK) Vangent, Emeryville •HOOK ASD •Virgin Mobile, SF (Design Assist) •IA Interior Architects RETAIL & HOSPITALITY •Gensler •Anchorage Square, SF •Mulvanny G2 Beacon, Broadway, & Common Areas, SF •nicholsbooth Carnelian Room (Demolition), SF •Perkins & Will Claremont Hotel Club & Spa (Ballrooms), Berkeley •Pollack Architecture Eastmont Town Center Mall, Oakland •RMW 5-Star Conference Center, 12th Street, Oakland •RAW International •Hilton, SF •SmithGroup Hitachi/Behringerharvard Café, Santa Clara •SOM Kimpton Hotel Group, SF •Studios Architecture •Oakland City Center, Oakland •Studio TMT •Omni Hotel, SF •Ware Malcomb Toaster Oven Restaurant(s), SF •Repeated Clients


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