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Propositions S & N • Quarter Four Contractor Outreach Report • September 30, 2011 - December 31, 2011

San Diego Community College District


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OVERVIEW PROGRAM ENHANCEMENTS PARTICIPATION REPORT PARTICIPATION REPORT

• PROFESSIONAL SERVICES • CONSTRUCTION

2011 FOURTH QUARTER BID PARTICIPATION RESULTS 2011 FOURTH QUARTER BID AWARD RESULTS 2011 FOURTH QUARTER BID DIVERSITY RESULTS 2011 FOURTH QUARTER TASK ORDER RESULTS

• CERTIFICATION VERIFICATION FORM APPENDIX • CERTIFICATION TUTORIAL EMAIL APPENDIX • WORKSHOP PRESENTATION APPENDIX • RECOGNITION PROGRAM MATERIALS APPENDIX • APPRENTICESHIP CHARTS

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach SDCCD Contractor Outreach Overview

SDCCD Contractor Outreach Overview

The San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Contractor Outreach program is designed to encourage local businesses and contractors to bid on District contracts. The District believes it has a responsibility to work with local business enterprise organizations and provide meaningful opportunities to local businesses. The District works to assure that local contractors, subcontractors, vendors and other business service providers are aware of and have opportunities to participate in projects built with funds from Propositions S & N. The mission of the SDCCD Contractor Outreach program is to: Diversify the pool of firms that bid and contract with the District by promoting participation opportunities for small, disadvantaged and historically underutilized businesses that lead to success and progressive, sustainable growth. The SDCCD Contractor Outreach program is currently supported by a team including Gafcon, Inc.; the San Diego Contracting Opportunities Center (SDCOC); and Winstead & Company. Activities performed by the team support the following objectives: • Increase participation of small/historically underutilized businessess • Promote and introduce the small/historically underutilized businesss community to the District’s prime contractors for the purpose of developing working relationships and job opportunities • Promote opportunities for small/historically underutilized contractors ors at the lower tiers • Build capacity within the small/historically underutilized business contracting community • Increase the number of bidders aware of District bid opportunities • Track whether subcontractors are having repeat success in winning g District bids • Identify certified local small/historically underutilized contractors to be notified of bid opportunities • Provide technical assistance and workshops to acquaint small/historically underutilized businesses with Propositions S & N contracting opportunities and District requirements SDCCD Facilities Management provides overall coordination of these activities. Facilities also works to assure information about bid opportunities is made available to the public in a timely fashion

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach SDCCD Contractor Outreach Overview

Contractor and Small Business Outreach includes the following activities: • Issue electronic trade-specific outreach notifications advising contractors of current and future bid opportunities • Promote ongoing District bid opportunities at time of bids and through a variety of communications mechanisms — email, phone, and flyer/ad distribution • Host business-to-business networking events to promote relationships and provided updated information about pending bids and job opportunities • Attend trade association functions that target small/historically underutilized contractors

The 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Report includes the following activities: Program Enhancements

2011 Fourth Quarter Bid Participation Results

A summary of enhancements made to the Contractor Outreach program for the fourth quarter of 2011.

Bid results were reviewed to summarize the participation of small/historically underutilized firms among the bidding pool participants.

Participation Report

2011 Fourth Quarter Bid Award Results

Participation data provides percentages of small and historically underutilized firms contracted to work in the fourth quarter of 2011 on Propositions S & N projects, and includes the percentage of contractors/subcontractors and architects/ consultants and type of firm. While there are several firms with multiple certifications, for the purpose of this report, a firm is counted with a single certification in the category where participation is most challenging.

The certification status of firms awarded contracts during the report period was verified and any prior awards of Propositions S & N contracts are noted. Also noted are those firms with multiple small business certifications. 2011 Fourth Quarter Task Order/Direct Sourcing Results Task orders were audited to verify certifications of recipients to determine participation of small and underutilized firms awarded task orders through direct sourcing.

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Program Enhancements The Propositions S & N outreach team commitment to continuous process improvement requires ongoing assessment of established protocols and activities designed to enhance outcomes. Activities in the fourth quarter 2011 included an audit and review of the internal database, a review of external organizations utilized for outreach notification support, a review of certification protocols, and a review of apprenticeship statistics for local and regional programs. Additionally, the team launched the District’s inaugural Contractor Recognition Program, analyzed workforce trends and apprenticeship program diversity; finalized and distributed a tutorial for firms on the internal database to obtain small business certifications, and launched a social media campaign for the construction bond program.

Review of Certification Protocols During the fourth quarter 2011, the outreach team assessed changes adopted by approved state and federal certifying agencies to strengthen processes to assure certification integrity and mitigate fraud. A review of these process changes was conducted to assure accuracy and transparency in how the District tracks and reports certification information of small and historically underutilized contractors.

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Program Enhancements

Certification Protocols

California Unified Certification Program (CUCP)

California Department of Transportation (CalTrans)

• Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) • State Minority Business Enterprise (SBA size standard) (SMBE) • State Woman-owned Business Enterprise (SBA size standard) (SWBE) The DBE, SMBE, and SWBE certification applications processed by CalTrans include the submission of supporting documents such as company formation and ownership documents, company financial documents, a personal net worth statement, as well as licensing information when applicable. The application packages are reviewed by the Office of Business & Economic Opportunity. A site visit is conducted prior to certification approval for the DBE certification. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) • • • •

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) Small Business Enterprise (SBA size standard) (SBE)

The CUCP DBE, MBE, WBE, and SBE certification applications processed by METRO includes the submission of supporting documents such as company formation and ownership documents, personal financial documents, company financial documents, as well as licensing information when applicable. The application packages are reviewed by the Diversity and Economic Opportunity Department. A site visit is conducted prior to certification approval for the DBE certification.

Central Contractor Registry (CCR) • • • • • •

Small Business (SBA size standard) Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Women-owned Business (WOB) Woman-owned Small Business (WOSB) Veteran-owned Small Business (VOSB) Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

To self-certify with the CCR, a firm must complete an online registration with CCR and then verify the firm’s certification information by completing the Online Representations & Certifications Application (ORCA), which requires electronic signature by an authorized representative of the company. In order to obtain the Women-owned Small Business Certification, additional supporting documents such as company formation and ownership documents, personal financial documents, and company financial documents are required to be uploaded to a central repository.

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California Department of General Services (DGS) • Small Business Enterprise (State size standard) (SBE) • Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) The Small Business Enterprise and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise certifications processed by the California Department of General Services are both online applications that require the annual submission of supporting documents including proof of annual receipts, number of employees and, verification of disability rating from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs when applicable. City of Los Angeles • • • •

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) Small Business Enterprise (SBA size standard) (SBE)

The CUCP DBE, MBE, WBE, and SBE certification applications processed by the City of Los Angeles includes the submission of supporting documents such as company formation and ownership documents, personal financial documents, company financial documents, as well as licensing information when applicable. The application packages are reviewed by the Office of Contract Compliance Centralized Certification Administration. A site visit is conducted prior to certification approval for the DBE certification.

SDCCD Certification Verification Database Audit As part of ongoing efforts to verify and validate certification information for firms included in the District’s database of small/historically underutilized businesses, a review was conducted of Certification Verification forms and other documents submitted by firms asserting certifications for or eligibility to self-certify as a Small, Disadvantaged, Minority, Woman-owned or Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (S/D/M/W/DVBE)1. The review was conducted as a precursor to placing the database on the Propositions S & N website as a resource for contractors and others interested in engaging small business partners. The review was also prompted by certification process changes by a variety of approved certifying agencies, as mentioned in the previous section. A notice about the database review was distributed to all members of the database, providing them with a link to view the database to determine the accuracy of the documentation currently on file with the District. Recipients were requested to review the information for their firm, and provide updated information. Updating activities will be ongoing as firms continue to provide renewed certification information. Analysis of composition of database at the time of review indicated that significant portion of D/M/WBEs were self-certified (20%). Subsequent documentation provided by firms complying with the update request indicates a number of firms pursued and received certifications from approved agencies, allowing the outreach team to modify their status in the database accordingly. The monitoring of self-certification trends will be ongoing, and database review notices and certification tutorials will be sent out as needed to promote the pursuit of certifications by approved agencies.

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Program Enhancements

During the fourth quarter 2011, the Certification Verification database increased in volume by 21% compared to the end of the third quarter, up 140 firms to 793 total firms. Certification(s) per firm increased to 1.86 from 1.8, with a total of 1,472 different certifications among the 793 firms. More than 1.5 new firms were added each day to the database in the fourth quarter.

sbe/m

be/wb

Of the total records, Small Business Enterprise (SBE) certifications comprise 51.5% of total records. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certifications comprise 15%, Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certifications comprise 15.3%, Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) certifications comprise 10.2%, and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) certifications comprise 8%. To assure transparency in certification documentation, hard copies of all documents are retained by the Gafcon program management office and are available for public review.

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dbe/dvbe

San Diego Community College District Certification Verification Database Breakdown as of 1/17/2012 SBE

DBE

MBE

WBE

DVBE

TOTAL CERTS

TOTAL FIRMS

Q2: <6/30/2011

394

133

113

83

57

780

455

Approximate No. of Firms

230

78

66

48

33

50.51%

17.05%

14.49%

10.64%

7.31%

Q3: <9/30/2011

597

187

174

121

95

1174

653

Approximate No. of Firms

332

104

97

67

53

% of Total Certifications

50.85%

15.93%

14.82%

10.31%

8.09%

Avg. Monthly Cert. % Diff.

0.34%

-1.12%

0.33%

-0.33%

0.78%

758

221

225

150

118

1472

793

408.352

119.058

121.213

80.808

63.569

51.49%

15.01%

15.29%

10.19%

8.02%

.64%

-0.91%

0.46%

-0.12%

-0.08%

SBE

DBE

MBE

WBE

DVBE

Q4: <10/1/2011 - 12/31/2011>

123

27

24

21

15

CERTS

RECORDS

Approximate No. of Firms

82

18

16

14

10

210

140

58.57%

12.86%

11.43%

10.00%

7.14%

% of Total Certifications

Q4: <12/31/2011 Approximate No. of Firms % of Total Certifications Avg. Monthly Cert. % Diff.

% of Q4 Certs Added

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Small Business Certifications Tutorial and Workshop As part of its commitment to diversity, the District encourages eligible firms to obtain certifications from District-approved certifying agencies.2 Some certifications may provide for bid preferences or streamlined bid processes when firms pursue State or Federal work. By obtaining all certifications for which these firms are qualified, they will be included in databases utilized by a variety of public agencies, prime bidders, professional services firms and suppliers. An certification tutorial was finalized and distributed to all members of SDCCDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s database of small and historically underutilized businesses in December 2011.3 A corresponding workshop provided by the San Diego Contracting Opportunities Center (SDCOC) on how to obtain these formal certifications was held January 20, 2012.3

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Program Enhancements

Contractor Recognition Program The District is proud of the increased participation of small/historically underutilized businesses (S/HUBE) on its Propositions S & N construction bond program. The District has established a recognition program to acknowledge and celebrate performance by small and diverse businesses, as well as the exemplary efforts of construction and design firms in their engagement of small and diverse businesses on Propositions S & N projects located at City College, Mesa College, Miramar College and six Continuing Education campuses.4 The inaugural awards will recognize the accomplishments of design and construction firms for the 2011 calendar year, for the period of January 1 through December 31. Awards will be presented to a total of seven businesses in the following categories: Construction & Professional Services • •

Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement in Construction Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement in Professional Services

Small and Diverse Businesses • • • • •

Recognition Recognition Recognition Recognition Recognition

Award Award Award Award Award

for for for for for

Exemplary Exemplary Exemplary Exemplary Exemplary

Performance Performance Performance Performance Performance

by by by by by

Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) Disabled-Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)

Program logistics, nomination forms and scoring matrices for the recognition program were distributed to construction managers, general contractors, architecture firms and large specialty trades (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) in November 2011 with an invitation to self-nominate in the Construction and Professional Services categories and to nominate a high-performing subcontractor for the small business awards.5 Nomination forms were due to the campus project managers on January 23, 2012, for the first round of review and shortlisting.6 A final determination will be performed by the Facilities Management team in March, and honorees recognized by the Board of Trustees in April 2012.7

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Construction Workforce Trends & Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Reporting In early October, the outreach team conducted research examining a variety of benchmark data useful in understanding business growth and employment trends in the construction/building trades. The data sources used included the California Department of Industrial Relations Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS), San Diego County Economic Development Corporation, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority 2010 Disparity Study, San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) and the U.S. Census Bureau. Some of the Census data was from the American Community Survey which is conducted annually.

Hispanic & African-American Business Growth: Data confirmed 43.7% growth in the number of Hispanic-owned businesses nationwide between 2002 and 2007, with substantial increases in the construction sector. The growth rate for African-American-owned firms for the same period was 60.5%, but the increases are in non-construction industry sectors. Business ownership data may be driven in part by population growth/changes, the significant participation of Hispanics in the construction workforce; and minimal participation by all other ethnic minority groups in the building trades.

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Program Enhancements

Construction Sector Workforce Diversity:

AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKAN NATIVE

The outreach team reviewed available statistical data on workforce diversity trends in the construction/building trades. Data sources included reports from the State’s Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) and from Propositions S & N Labor Compliance reports. Data from LCP Tracker reports were extracted to provide “snapshot” workforce data on District projects.

AFRICANAMERICAN

The Census Bureau’s 2007 American Community Survey confirms that from 2000 to 2007 there was a significant increase in the number of Hispanics working in the construction sector. A report from DAS tracking apprentice ethnicity data from 1996 to 2004 forecast the more than 10-year trend. The number of Hispanic apprentices grew from 30.6% to 43.5% by 2004; and by 2007, Hispanics represented 55% of all construction workers in Southern California.

HISPANIC

State Division of Apprenticeship San Diego Program Enrollment

CAUCASIAN

the San Diego region as of May 31, 2011. Regional workforce statistics were also compared with data from Orange, Los Angeles Counties and statewide.8

Increases for all minorities groups were also reported with gains from 48.5% in 1996 to 57.7% in 2004. By 2007, minorities represented 63% of the Southern California construction workforce. Apprenticeship registration for Caucasians began a slow but steady decline in 1996; and there were also consistent decreases in the number of registered apprentices for all other (non-Hispanic) ethnic minority groups with the exception of Asian/Pacific Islanders who had a 0.1% increase over nine years.

The apprenticeship program enrollment data indicates 49.5% of 1,491 enrollees are Caucasian; and 35.75% are Hispanics. AfricanAmerican are reported at 8.25%; Asian/Pacific Islander enrollment is 3.35%; American Indian/ Alaskan Native enrollment is 1.34%, and Filipino enrollment is 1.27%; 0.54% is “unknown.” When compared with Orange and Los Angeles counties and statewide data, San Diego is the only county where Caucasian enrollment exceeds Hispanic enrollment. Los Angeles has 6,284 registered apprentices while Orange County reports 1,428, a number similar to San Diego County. Statewide enrollment totals 32,908 with 38% Caucasian; 50% Hispanic, 7.2% African-American, and 3% Asian/Pacific Islander. American Indian/Alaskan Native and Filipino enrollment is 0.8% each; 0.05% of all enrollees are reported as “unknown.”

The State Division of Apprenticeship Standards also provided reports that allowed the outreach team to analyze some characteristics of the “pipeline” into the construction industry. Statistical data on the diversity and completion rates of apprenticeship programs administered in San Diego County were reviewed and summarized. The team vetted apprenticeship program completion statistics for the period from 2004 through 2009; and enrollment diversity statistics for 41 apprenticeship programs administered in

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FILIPINO UNKNOWN

ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER

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Propositions S & N “Snapshot” Data: The assessment of diversity on District projects required a review of employee work hours for the total workforce, and apprentice hours. The team analyzed work hours over a 15-month period for the Automotive Technology Building at Miramar College. The “snapshot” review confirmed the largest percentages were Caucasian hours at approximately 43% overall, i.e., journey and apprentice hours. Caucasian apprentices generated 45.7% of the total apprentice hours; but there was no ethnicity/gender data reported for 32.4% of the total hours worked. Hispanic hours totaled 25.2% of the total work hours with Hispanic apprentices generating 20.7% of all apprentice hours. There were no hours reported for African-Americans, Asians, or Native Americans. Eighteen apprentice hours were reported as “Other.” Similar “snapshot” data was generated during the analysis of work performed at the Arts & Humanities and Math & Business Technology buildings at City College. Caucasian and Hispanic work hours constitute 66.5% of the total; and 55% of the apprentice work hours. In this case, the percentage of apprentice hours that were “not specified” was 39.6% of the total. All other discrete minority group work hours were less than 2% of the total. The review period was 12 months; from March 2010 through March 2011.

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Program Enhancements

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Reporting: Journey-level tradespersons are not legally required to declare their ethnicity/gender and previous analyses conducted by the outreach team indicate one-third consistently fail to provide the requested information. Declaration of ethnicity/gender for apprentices is, however, required and tracked by the State DAS. In response, Facilities Management will again be advising all contractors of the importance of reporting accurate and comprehensive workforce data. All prime contractors will receive a letter from the Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vice Chancellor at the time of award. The letter will advise prime contract awardees of their EEOrelated reporting obligations, and encourage them to disseminate the letter to subcontractors at all tiers. The letter will also reiterate the Board of Trustees and staff commitment to assure equal employment opportunity; and note the broader use of workforce diversity and other data sets in public policy development and federal and state resource allocation. Organizational Outreach Update A review and update was conducted of regional business organizations and small and historically underutilized business advocates engaged as resource partners in assuring broad-based, cost-effective outreach. Efforts included both online research and a telephone survey. The primary purpose of the survey was to assess the benefits and effectiveness of the electronic notifications of Propositions S & N contracting opportunities forwarded to business organizations and advocates. Notifications include important information for potential bidders including trade-specific bid packages, estimates, prequalification and insurance requirements; relevant pre-bid and bid dates. Its secondary purpose is to confirm the current status and contact information for the business organizations and advocates serving their varied constituencies. The outreach team learned that some organizations are no longer in existence, but new ones have emerged; and that the Propositions S & N bid notifications are very helpful to some constituencies, but not all. The feedback received from more than 30 organizations has, in broad terms, allowed the team to quantify the outreach being conducted. The surveys will facilitate refinements to enhance the effectiveness of outreach notifications.

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Social Media Campaign In an effort to keep the community informed and engaged on activities related to the Propositions S & N construction bond program, a social media campaign was established in October 2011 using Facebook and Twitter. The District is using these social media tools to provide the contracting and design community information about bid and proposal activities. Photos, videos and information about overall construction activities and milestones are also posted. Visit Propositions S & N on: Facebook (www.facebook.com/PropsSN) Twitter (twitter.com/sdccdpropssn)

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Participation Report â&#x20AC;˘ Professional Services

Participation Report â&#x20AC;˘ Professional Services

Consultant Participation There have been 623 individual consultant contracts for professional services related to Propositions S and N projects awarded through December 31, 2011. Of these, 408 were awarded to firms certified as small/ historically underutilized firms. This is approximately 65% of total consultants, up one percent from the third quarter 2011, and up seven percent from the end of 2010.

SBE

MBE

Consultant Participation WBE DBE OTHER

DVBE

Targeted Consultant Group

Number of Contracts

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

Percentage of Participation

238

38%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

101

16%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

37

6%

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

20

3%

12

2%

Other Business Enterprise

215

35%

Total Consultants

623

100%

Total Consultants Qualified as Small/Underutilized

408

65%

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)

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Consultant Contract Volume Contracts awarded to consultants performing professional services on Propositions S & N projects totaled more than $156 million through December 31, 2011. Approximately 54% of the contract totals were awarded to firms certified as small/historically underutilized, down one percent from the end of the third quarter 2011, but up from 38.99% at the end of the fourth quarter 2010.

MBE

SBE WBE

Consultant Contract Volume DBE DVBE

OTHER

Targeted Consultant Group

Contract Volume

Percentage of Volume

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

$35,840,966.33

22.96%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

$22,754,623.94

14.58%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

$22,607,981.39

14.48%

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

$2,858,010.73

1.83%

$901,164.00

0.58%

$71,122,038.10

45.57%

$156,084,784.49

100%

$84,962,746.39

54.43%

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Other Business Enterprise Total Contract Volume to Consultants Total Volume to Small/Underutilized Firms

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Participation Report â&#x20AC;˘ Construction

Participation Report â&#x20AC;˘ Construction Contractor Participation There have been 648 individual construction contracts awarded to contractors for work related to Propositions S & N projects awarded through December 31, 2011, representing the addition of more than 60 new contracts. Of the total contracts, approximately 56% went to firms certified as small/historically underutilized, a percentage essentially unchanged from the end of the third quarter 2011, but up from 39% at the end of 2010.

SBE

WBE DVBE

Contractor Participation

MBE DBE

OTHER

Targeted Contractor Group

Number of Contracts

Percentage of Participation

220

34%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

54

8.5%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

33

5%

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)

29

4.5%

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

27

4%

Other Business Enterprise

285

44%

Total Contractors

648

100%

Total Contractors Qualified as Small/Underutilized

363

56%

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

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Contractor Contract Volume There have been $727 million in contracts awarded to contractors performing work on Propositions S & N projects through December 31, 2011. Of these contracts, more than $172 million went to firms certified as small/historically underutilized, approximately 25% and essentially unchanged from the end of the third quarter 2011. The contract volume for firms which are not small/historically underutilized continues to drop, and is down more than 10% from 86.05% at the end of 2009 to 75.07% at the close of 2011. This figure also includes approximately $233.5 million in contracts for Design/Build projects where the builder retains the contracts instead of the District.

SBE

MBE WBE

Contractor Contract Volume

DBE DVBE E

OTHER

Targeted Contractor Group

Contract Volume

Percentage of Volume

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

$115,746,687.65

15.92%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

$30,254,097.37

4.16%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

$23,336,437.62

3.21%

$11,068,521.28

1.52%

$809,426.87

0.12%

$545,825,571.45

75.07%

$727,040,742.24

100%

$181,215,170.79

24.93%

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Other Business Enterprise Total Contract Volume to Contractors Total Volume to Small/Underutilized Firms

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Bid Participation Results

Bid Participation Results From October 1 through December 31, 2011, there were six bids issues for Propositions S & N projects. The results for participation by small/historically underutilized businesses (shown as S/HUBE) are as follows:

Number of Bid Packages

Total 1st Tier Bidders

S/HUBE 1st Tiers

Percent

Heavy Duty Advanced Transportation - Rebids Miramar College October 6, 2011

2

3

2

67%

North City Campus Classroom Building - Rebids Continuing Education October 18, 2011

3

10

7

70%

Library/Learning Resource Center â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Kitchen Equipment Miramar College October 20, 2011

1

2

1

50%

Athletic Field/Stadium Restrooms Mesa College November 10, 2011

1

9

8

89%

College Services Center - Rebids Miramar College November 15, 2011

2

9

7

78%

Business & Humanities Building â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Plumbing Systems - Rebid City College November 21, 2011

1

4

3

75%

Project Bid

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San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Bid Award Results

Bid Award Results From October 1 through December 31, 2011, there were six bids issued for Propositions S & N projects. Where firms have multiple certifications, the certification in bold is the certification used for tracking participation. Results are as follows: Project/Campus Winning Bidder

Underutilized Business Eligibility

Contract Amount

Contract History (First/Previous)

Heavy Duty Advanced Transportation Technology Center Rebids • Miramar College • October 5, 2011 Kone Cranes (Single responsive bidder for cranes package)

Not certified

$66,275

First contract with SDCCD

EC Constructors (Lowest of two responsive bidders for dynamometer package)

Certified as a WBE and SBE

$414,368

Previously contracted with SDCCD

North City Campus Classroom Building Rebids • Continuing Education • October 18, 2011 Westech Contracting (Lowest of four responsive bidders for earthwork package)

Certified SBE

$79,425

Previously contracted with SDCCD

Industrial Coating and Restoration (Lowest of two responsive bidders for waterproofing package)

Certified MBE, WBE and SBE

$59,730

Previously contracted with SDCCD

Brady Company (Lowest of four responsive bidders for operable partitions and site furnishings package)

Not certified

$66,112

Previously contracted with SDCCD

Library/Learning Resource Center Kitchen Equipment • Continuing Education • October 20, 2011 Kitcor Corporation (Lowest of two responsive bidders)

Not certified

$24,414

Previously contracted with SDCCD

$1,360,000

First contract with SDCCD

Athletic Field/Stadium Restrooms • Mesa College • November 10, 2011 Gordon-Prill San Diego, Inc. (Lowest of nine responsive bidders)

Certified SBE

College Services Center Rebids • Miramar College • November 15, 2011 CMS Interiors (Lowest of two responsive bidders for acoustical ceiling package)

Certified SBE

$19,395

First contract with SDCCD

APR Construction (Lowest of seven responsive bidders for painting package)

Certified DBE, MBE and SBE

$32,000

First contract with SDCCD

Business & Humanities Building Plumbing Systems Rebid • City College • November 21, 2011 Pro-Craft Construction, Inc. (Lowest of four responsive bidders)

Certified SBE

$1,254,744

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Previously contracted with SDCCD


San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Bid Diversity

Bid Diversity Miramar College

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Heavy Duty Advanced Transportation Technology Rebids

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October 6, 2011

Of the three firms to bid on the two re-bid packages, two have a verified certification as a small/historically underutilized business, or approximately 67%. Of the total contract volume, 86% was awarded to a small/ historically underutilized firm, EC Constructors, which has certifications as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) through the California Department of General Services Central Contractor Registry (CCR) and as a Womanowned Business Enterprise (WBE) and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) through the Central Contractor Registry (CCR). For the purposes of the charts below, EC Constructors is considered a WBE, since there is less representation among WBEs as a business subset on District projects than there is for SBE firms.

Business Subset SBE

WBE

Bid Participation

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

33.3%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

33.3%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

67%

Other Business Enterprise

33%

Total (rounded)

100%

Business Subset

Participation

OTHER

WBE

Bid Awards

OTHER

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

50%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

50%

Other Business Enterprise

50%

Total

100%

Business Subset

WBE

Contract Volume

OTHER

Contract Volume

Participation

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

$414,368

86%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

$414,368

86%

$66,275

14%

$480,643

100%

Other Business Enterprise Total

21


Continuing Education

North City Campus Rebids

October 18, 2011

Of the ten firms to bid on the three re-bid packages, seven of them had a verified certification as a small/ historically underutilized business, or approximately 70%. Of the three bid awards, two were awarded to certified small/historically underutilized businesses. Of these, one firm (Industrial Coatings and Restorations) has multiple certifications – Small, Woman-owned and Minority Business Enterprise. For the purposes of the charts below, Industrial Coatings is considered a MBE, since there is less representation among MBEs as a business subset on District projects than there is for SBE or WBE firms.

DVBE

Business Subset

SBE

Bid Participation MBE

OTHER

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

30%

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)

20%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

20%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

70%

Other Business Enterprise

30%

Total

100%

Business Subset SBE

MBE

Bid Awards

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

33.3%

Minority Business Enterprise (WBE)

33.3%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

66%

Other Business Enterprise

33.3%

Total (rounded)

100%

Business Subset

Contract Volume Participation

OTHER OTHER

MBE SBE

Contract Volume

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

$79,425

39%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

$59,730

29%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

$139,155

68%

$66,112

32%

$205,267

100%

Other Business Enterprise Total

OTHER 22


San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Bid Diversity

Miramar College

Library/Learning Resource Center

Kitchen Equipment

October 20, 2011

The Kitchen Equipment bid package for the Miramar College Library/Learning Resource Center (LLRC) drew two bidders. The apparent low bidder, Kitcor, does not have any certifications as a small/historically underutilized bidder. The second bidder, OAR Industries, is certified by the Department of General Services (DGS) as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and a Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE). OAR is also listed on the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) as a self-certified small Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE). Kitcor’s bid was $24,414, approximately 51% under the estimate of $50,000. For the purposes of the charts below, OAR Enterprises is considered a DVBE, since there is less representation among DVBEs as a business subset on District projects than there is for SBE or DBE firms.

Business Subset

DVBE

Bid Participation

Participation

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)

50%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

50%

Other Business Enterprise

50%

OTHER

Total

100%

Business Subset Bid Awards

Participation

Other Business Enterprise

100%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

0%

* Note - Rebid involved single bid package

OTHER

Business Subset Other Business Enterprise Contract Volume

Total Small/Underutilized Business * Note - Rebid involved single bid package

OTHER 23

Contract Volume Participation $24,414

100% 0%


Mesa College

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Athletic Field/Stadium Restrooms

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November 10, 2011

Of the nine firms to bid, eight of them had a verified certification as a small/historically underutilized business, or approximately 89%. Of the total contract volume, 100% was awarded to a small/historically underutilized firm, the Augustine Company, which has certifications as a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) through the Central Contractor Registry (CCR). For the purposes of the charts below, the Augustine Company is considered a WBE, since there is less representation among WBEs as a business subset on District projects than there is for SBE firms.

WBE

Business Subset

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

SBE

Bid Participation MBE

44.5%

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

22.25%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

22.25%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

89%

Other Business Enterprise

11%

Total

100%

OTHER

Business Subset Bid Awards

Participation

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

100%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

100%

* Note - Rebid involved single bid package

WBE

Business Subset Contract Volume

Contract Volume Participation

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) Total Small/Underutilized Business * Note - Rebid involved single bid package

WBE 24

$1,409,595

100% 100%


San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Bid Diversity

Miramar College

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College Services Center Rebids

November 15, 2011

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Of the nine firms to bid on the two re-bid packages, seven of them had a verified certification as a small/ historically underutilized business, or approximately 78%. Both bid packages were awarded to a certified small/historically underutilized business. The Acoustical Ceilings package went to CMS Interiors, a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) certified by the California Department of General Services (DGS). The Painting package went to APR Construction, which is certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by the California Department of Transportation (DOT or CalTrans), a Small (Micro) Business Enterprise (SBE) by the DGS, and a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the Central Contractor Registry (CCR). For the purposes of the charts below, APR Construction is considered a DBE, since there is less representation among DBEs as a business subset on District projects than there is for SBE or MBE firms.

DVBE

Business Subset DBE

SBE

Bid Participation WBE

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

22.20%

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

22.20%

Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)

22.20%

Disabled Veteran-owned Business Enterprise (DVBE)

11.20%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

77.8%

Other Business Enterprise

22.20%

OTHER

Business Subset

SBE

Bid Awards

DBE

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

50%

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

50%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

SBE

Contract Volume

DBE

100%

Business Subset

Contract Volume Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

$19,395,000

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) $32,000,000 Total Small/Underutilized Business

25

38% 62% 100%


City College

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Business & Humanities Building Rebid

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November 21, 2011

Of the four firms to bid on this bid package, three have a verified certification as a small/historically underutilized business, or 75%. The contract was awarded to a small/historically underutilized firm, Pro-Craft Construction, which has certifications as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) through the California Department of General Services and with the Central Contractor Registry (CCR).

Business Subset

SBE

Bid Participation

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

75%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

75%

Other Business Enterprise

25%

Total

100%

OTHER

Business Subset Bid Awards

Participation

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

100%

Total Small/Underutilized Business

100%

* Note - Rebid involved single bid package

SBE

Business Subset Contract Volume

Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Total Small/Underutilized Business * Note - Rebid involved single bid package

SBE 26

Contract Volume Participation $1,354,744

100%

-

100%


San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) Propositions S & N 2011 Fourth Quarter Contractor Outreach Task Order Results

Task Order Results The ability to direct-source task order work ensures specific and strategic participation of targeted small and underutilized firms on Propositions S & N projects. While some task order work does not require competitive bidding, campus project managers are directly to obtain quotes from two to three firms for the majority of the task requests and to proceed with the lowest responsive quote. The tracking of task order awards began in the first quarter of 2011. A total of eight task orders were awarded to small firms in the fourth quarter 2011, resulting in non-competitive awards of more than $24,000.

Contract

S/HUBE Status

Campus/Project

Task Order Description

Task Order Value

Contract History

Ameribuilt Construction

DVBE

Miramar College Aviation Maintenance

Remaining tenant improvements

$

Angel Brothers Tree Service

MBE

Miramar College Aviation Maintenance

Tree removal

$

1,880

New contractor

Angel Brothers Tree Service

MBE

Miramar College Parking Structure/Police Station

Tree removal and trimming

$

1,100

New contractor

Collins Plumbing

MBE

Miramar College Aviation Maintenance

Unforeseen plumbing rework $

Curto Electric

SBE

Miramar College Parking Structure/Police Station

Furniture whip installation/ miscellaneous labor

$

1,695 Previous contractor

Bertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office Trailers

SBE

Continuing Education North City campus

Trailer rental for Inspector

$

2,370.78 Previous contractor

Cable, Pipe, & Leak Detection

S/D/MBE

Mesa College Infrastructure

Marking/locating utilities just north of J100 building and $ service road from LRC-K200

1,000 Previous contractor

McMillin Contracting Services

SBE

Mesa College Math+Science

Provide and install Knox Box

2,276

27

$

9,381.78 Previous contractor

$4,577.47 Previous contractor

New contractor


Appendix


S/D/M/W W/DVBE CERTIFIC CATION V VERIFICA ATION FO ORM The S SDCCD Prop positions S & N Outreach Program P is in place to prom mote and mon nitor the particcipation of Sm mall Busiinesses Ente erprises, Disa advantaged Business En nterprises, M Minority-owne ed Business s Enterprises s, Womanowne ed Business s Enterprises s, Service-Dis sabled and Disabled D Vete eran-owned Business En nterprises in construction porting of acccurate bond d program pro ojects. Complletion of this form f is reques sted to assurre transparenccy and the rep Committee. S/D/M M/W/DVBE utilization statiistics to the District’s D Board d of Trustees and Citizenss’ Oversight C

LL CERTIFIE TO O BE COMPL LETED BY AL ED CONTRAC CTORS/CON NSULTANTS//VENDORS and ALL FIRMS SEEKING S/D/M/W/DVB E SELF-CER RTIFICATION N PLEASE WRITE W LEGIB BLY AS INFORMATION TH HAT CANNO OT BE READ CANNOT BE E ADDED INT TO THE CERTIFICATION VERIFICATIO V ON DATABAS SE h dccdprops-n.c orsDoc/SDCC CDCertificatio onForm.pdf Fiillable format available at http://public.sd com/Contracttors/Contracto TION I - CON NTACT INFOR RMATION SECT al Business Name _______ Lega ___________ ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ____________ _ ___________ ___________ ___________ ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ han LBN)____ ___________ DBA (if different th ___________ ___________ ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ate, Zip: _____ ____________ _ Addrress, City, Sta ne #: _______ ______ ___________ ___________ Phon

Fax #: _____ ___________ ___________ ____________ __

___________ ___ Email: _ ___________ ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ____________ _ Webssite: _______ ness Type (Professional Services or Co ontractor): ___ ___________ ___________ ___________ ____________ _ Busin go County Y Yes_____ Princcipal office of the business is located witthin San Dieg

N No_____

TION II – CERTIFICATION TION - To be completed b by currently N VERIFICAT S/D/M/W/DVB BEs SECT y certified S ny of the follow ent of Genera wing certifica ow if you currrently hold an Pleasse check belo ations filed witth the California Departme al d Certification Program OR ase identify tthe certifying R any CUCP p Services, the California Unified participating a agency. Plea g ncy, certifica ber, and expiration date in the blank cation numb d include a copy of your ks below and agen ation identific the submission of th of certificatio on status. his form to a onfirmation o certification docu assist with co umentation with w ess Enterprise ____________ ___________ e - Agency: _ ___________ ___________  SBE: Small Busine _ ___________ cation I.D. #:_ __ Certific ____________

___________ ___________ n Date: _____ Expiration _

ged Business Enterprise - A ____________ ___________  DBE: Disadvantag ___________ Agency: ____ _ ___________ cation I.D. #:_ Certific __ ____________

___________ ___________ n Date: _____ Expiration _

siness Enterprise - Agencyy: _________  MBE: Minority Bus ____________ ___________ ___________ _ ___________ cation I.D. #:_  Certific __ ____________

___________ ___________ n Date: _____ Expiration _

 WBE: Women Bus siness Enterprise - Agencyy: __________ ___________ ___________ ____________ _  Certific ___________ cation I.D. #:_ __ ____________

___________ ___________ n Date: _____ Expiration _

V  DVBE: Disabled Veteran Enterp ___________ ___________ ___________ prise - Agencyy: _________ cation I.D. #:_  Certific ___________ __ ____________

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___________ ___________ _ n Date: _____ Expiration


SECTION III – LICENSES Please list all licenses or certificates held: ____________________________________________________________ SECTION V – SELF-CERTIFICATION This section is for firms seeking self-certification. Please review the certification definitions provided on pages 5-6 before filling out the following section. Please also review the list of certifying agencies and certifications approved for the program at http://public.sdccdprops-n.com/Contractors/ContractorsDoc/ACAP_Directive.pdf. You are encouraged to include documentation to corroborate eligibility. All information will be reviewed and validated before your firm is included in the SDCCD Certification Verification Database. I affirm I have reviewed the certification definitions and list of approved certification agencies/resources. 1. Has your firm submitted an application for certification within the last three (3) years? Yes _____ No _________ a. Agency: __________________________________

Date: __________________________________

b. Certification Type:  SBE: Small Business Enterprise  DBE: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise  MBE: Minority Business Enterprise  WBE: Women Business Enterprise  DVBE: Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise 2. Has your firm ever been denied certification by a public agency? Yes ________ No ________ a. Agency: __________________________________ b. Date: __________________________________ b. Certification Type:  SBE: Small Business Enterprise  DBE: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise  MBE: Minority Business Enterprise  WBE: Women Business Enterprise  DVBE: Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise c.

Basis for rejection/denial: _______________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________

If self-certifying as a MBE, please specify the appropriate ethnic minority group.  African American  Hispanic American  Native American  Asian-Pacific American  Subcontinent Asian American If self-certifying as a DBE, please specify the appropriate group membership.  African American  Hispanic American  Native American  Asian-Pacific American  Subcontinent Asian American  Women

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If self-certifying as a SBE, please affirm that your firm’s combined gross annual receipts (and affiliates) average no more than $14 million over the three (3) previous years.  The statement above is true. If self-certifying as a WBE, please affirm that you and/or other women own no less than 51 percent of the business concern for which certification is sought; and that management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more female owners. In the case of a corporation, 51 percent of the stock must be owned by one or more such individuals. 

The statement above is true.

If self-certifying as a DVBE, please a ffirm that you have received an Entitl ement Letter from the U.S. Depa rtment of Veteran Affairs (800 -827-1000) or Department of Defense (80 0-321-1080). The letter must verify a service-co nnected disability rating of at least ten (10) percent. Please include a copy of the letter to corroborate eligibility.  The statement above is true.

If self-certifying, please affirm that the applicant’s management and daily business operations are controlled by: _______________________________________________ (Name)

________________________________________________ (Title)

SECTION V - AFFIDAVIT I hereby certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that I have read the certification form and know the contents thereof, and that th e business category and certification information indicated above are true and correct in accordance with Title 2, California Code of Regulations, U.S. DOT Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26; U.S. Small Bus iness Administration and U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, pertaining to small, disadvantaged, minority-owned, women-owned, and disabled veteran business enterprises. I understand that falsely certifying the status of this business, obstructing, impeding or othe rwise inhibiting any San Diego Community College District office who is attempting to verify the inf ormation on this form may result in suspension from participation in San Diego Community College District business contracts for a period up to five (5) years and the imposition of any civil penalties allowed by law. INFORMATION FURNISHED BY: ____ By:

________________________________________________________________________________ (Name of Business) _________________________________________ (Print Name)

____ (Signatu

_____________________________________ re) (Date

______________________________________ (Title) ______________________________________ )

Please provide a copy of this form and all required documentation to Ursula Kroemer, SDCCD Outreach Coordinator, at ukroemer@sdccd.edu or fax to (619) 388-6509. It may also be mailed to SDCCD Facilities Management, 3375 Camino del Rio South, San Diego, CA 92108, attn: Ursula Kroemer. Please note this form is a required document for all public bids, and a hard copy must be included in your bid to be considered responsive.

SDCCD Certification Verification Form 20110818 Appendix - 31


Text Message Notification Campaign Opt-In Document The San Diego Community College District is committed to promoting opportunities for small and underutilized businesses by now offering the ability to be notified via text message reminders of the following:  Bid Walks  Requests for Proposals  Etc, etc, etc, etc The SDCCD will not distribute this data with any other person or entity and it is to be used for communications functions only. If at any point you would like to opt out of receiving text message notification please send an email to aschweizer@gafcon.com with SMS NOTIFICATION OPT OUT in the subject line and you will be removed from the notification group.

Please fill out the bottom portion of the form COMPLETELY and sign at the bottom

Point of Contact Name (First and Last) _____________________________________________________ Point of Contact Title ________________________________________ Point of Contact Company ____________________________________ Point of Contact Phone number (in XXX-XXX-XXXX format) ________________________________ Cell Carrier (Verizon, AT&T, etc) _______________________________

Signature: __________________________________

Date: _________________________

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DEFINITIONS: http://public.sdccdprops-n.com/Contractors/Pages/Outreach.aspx Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)   

The firm must be at least 51% owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. The firm must be an independent business, and one or more of the socially and economically disadvantaged owners must control its management and daily operations. Only existing for-profit “Small Business Concerns,” as identified by the Small Business Act and Small Business Administration (SBA), may be certified. DBE applicants are first subject to the applicable small business size standards of the SBA. Second, the average gross receipts for the firm (include its affiliates) over the previous three fiscal years must not exceed must not exceed the U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT) cap of $20.41 million. The Personal Net Worth (PNW) of each socially and economically disadvantaged owner must not exceed $1.32 million, excluding the individual’s ownership in interest in the applicant firm and the equity in his/her primary residence.

Socially and economically disadvantaged individual means any individual who is a citizen or lawfully admitted permanent resident of the United States and who is a member of the following groups:  African American  Hispanic American  Native American  Asian-Pacific American  Subcontinent Asian American  Women  Any individual found to be social and economically disadvantaged on a case-by-case basis by certifying agency pursuant to the standards of the U.S. DOT 49 CFR Part 26. Reference: California Department of Transportation http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/bep/downloads/Word/Application_for_Regular_DBEs_2.22.08.doc

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) "Minority-owned business" means (1) a business enterprise (a) that is at least 51% owned by a minority individual or group(s) or (b) if a publicly owned business, at least 51% of the stock of which is owned by one or more minority groups, and (2) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of those individuals. The contracting utility shall presume that minority includes, but is not limited to, Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian Pacific Americans, and other groups. Reference: California Public Utilities Commission http://162.15.7.24/PUBLISHED/GENERAL_ORDER/59939.htm

Service/Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise (S/DVBE)  

The firm must be at least 51% owned, managed and operated by one or more service disabled veterans, or In the case of a publicly owned business, at least 51% of the stock must be owned, and the business managed and operated by service disabled veterans.

Reference: Department of Veterans Affairs http://www4.va.gov/vetbiz/vip/eligible.htm

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Small Business Enterprise (SBE) In order to be considered a “small business” as determined by the State of California, businesses must meet these eligibility requirements:  Must be independently owned and operated;  Cannot be dominant in its field of operation;  Must have its principal office located in California;  Must have its owners (or officers in the case of a corporation) domiciled in California; and  Together with its affiliates, be either: o A business with 100 or fewer employees and an average annual gross receipts of $14 million or less (over the previous three tax years), or o A manufacturer with 100 or fewer employees. Reference: California Department of General Services http://www.pd.dgs.ca.gov/smbus/sbcert.htm

Women Business Enterprise (WBE) A for-profit business concern whose daily management is controlled by one or more individuals who are women; and the business is at least 51 percent owned by one or more individuals who are women. In the case of a corporation 51 percent of the stock must be owned by one or more such individuals

Reference: California Department of Transportation http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/bep/downloads/Word/SMBE_Cert_App.doc

SDCCD Certification Verification Form 20110818 Appendix - 34


Ursula Kroemer From: Sent: To: Subject:

Ursula Kroemer Tuesday, December 06, 2011 9:58 AM Ursula Kroemer Small Business Certifications and Benefits

Dear Small and Historically Underutilized Business Enterprise,   

As part of its commitment to diversity , the San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) encourages eligible  firms to obtain certifications from District‐approved certifying agencies.    Eligible small and historically  underutilized business enterprises may report their status using the SDCCD’s Certification Verification Form  and affidavit while awaiting certifying agency determinations.       While the SDCCD does not currently have any numeric goals for small or historically underutilized business  participation, some certifications may provide for bid preferences or streamlined bid processes when pursuing  State or Federal work.  By obtaining all certifications for which you are qualified, you will be included in  databases utilized by a variety of public agencies, prime bidders, professional services firms and suppliers.    Small Business Enterprise (SBE)   The SDCCD recognizes SBE and microbusiness certifications obtained through the California Department of  General Services (DGS) and relies on the DGS’ Bid Sync tool to identify local SBE‐certified firms to notice for bid  opportunities.  Resources to help you get certified include:   

SBE Eligibility Requirements and Benefits 

Certification Requirements 

Certification Instructions 

The SDCCD also recognizes SBE certifications from the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) and utilizes its CCR  Search tool to identify small and underutilized firms using federal small business size standards.      To certify with the CCR, you must complete an online registration with CCR and then verify your certification  information by completing your Online Representations & Certifications Application (ORCA), which requires  electronic signature by an authorized representative of the company. You may find it helpful to review what  you need to register and the list of Frequently Asked Questions for CCR registration.  A reference guide,  handbook, and frequently asked questions are also available to assist you in completing your ORCA.    Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)  The SDCCD recognizes DBE certifications obtained through California Department of Transportation’s Unified  Certification Program (UCP) and relies on the UCP’s DBE Firm Search Query tool to identify local DBE firms to  notice for bid opportunities.  Resources to help you obtain DBE certification include:  1 Appendix - 35


DBE Eligibility Requirements and Application 

DBE Certification Frequently Asked Questions   

The SDCCD also recognizes DBE self‐certifications from the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) detailed in the  SBE certification section above.    Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)  Certification programs for MBE firms vary among public agencies.  The SDCCD relies on the California United  Certification Program (UCP) Firm Search Query tool to identify State certified MBE firms to notice for bid  opportunities.  Eligible firms may submit applications to the State of California Minority Business Enterprise  (SMBE) and Women Business Enterprise (SWBE) program.  The SDCCD also recognizes MBE self‐certifications  from the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) detailed in the SBE certification section above.    Woman Business Enterprise (WBE)  Certifications for WBE firms vary among public agencies. The SDCCD relies on the United Certification Program  (UCP) Firm Search Query tool to identify WBE firms to notice for bid opportunities.  The UCP has a State of  California Minority Business Enterprise (SMBE) and Women Business Enterprise (SWBE) program.  The SDCCD  also recognizes WBE self‐certifications from the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) detailed in the SBE  certification section above.    Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)  The SDCCD recognizes DVBE certifications obtained through California’s Department of General Services (DGS)  and relies on the DGS’ Bid Sync tool to identify DVBE‐certified firms to notice for bid opportunities.  Resources  to help you get certified include:   

DVBE Eligibility Requirements and Benefits 

Certification Requirements 

  The SDCCD does not recognize certifications from agencies or organizations which charge a fee and/or a  renewal fee for the certification.  Please review the District’s list of approved certifying agencies to learn more.   No‐cost workshops and training to help firms obtain certification(s) are periodically offered by business  development organizations including:  

San Diego Contracting Opportunities Center  For assistance with certifications, please Apply here or e‐mail Leanne Cabling at lcabling@ptac‐ sandiego.org. In either case, indicate that certification assistance is needed for SDCCD  purposes.  Additionally, SDCOC offers a “Small Business Certifications” workshop that discusses  the benefits, eligibility requirements and application process for S/M/W/DVBE certifications. 

2 Appendix - 36


The next workshop is scheduled for Friday, January 20, 2012 from 9am‐Noon. Please click here  to register or learn more about this upcoming workshop.  

Small Business Development Center 

Small Business Administration, San Diego 

SCORE Business Counseling 

  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.    Regards,    gafcon Ursula Kroemer  Communications Director/Outreach Coordinator  San Diego Community College District – Propositions S and N  Office: 619‐819‐5484 | Cell: 760‐705‐6919 | Fax: 619‐283‐1286  3443 Camino del Rio S, Suite 311 San Diego, CA 92108  www.gafcon.com 

   

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Overview 1. Federal Certifications

An Introduction to

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Small Business Cert i f i cat i ons

Self certifications in CCR & ORCA HUBZone & 8(a) processed by SBA DBE processed by CALTRANS for DOT

2. CA DGS Certifications: Small & DVBE 3. WBE & MBE processed by Supplier

“Your Quick Guide to the Certs” © by the San Diego Contracting Opportunities Center January, 2012

Clearinghouse for California Public Utilities Commission

4. WBE & MBE Corporate Certifications 5. Local Certifications

1. Federal Certifications Self-certify via CCR and ORCA registrations: 1. SB: Small Business 2. SDB: Small Disadvantaged Business 3. SDVOSB: Service Disabled Veteran-owned small business, and Veteran Owned 4. WOSB: Woman-owned Small Business 5. EDWOSB: Economically Disadvantaged Womanowned Small Business WOSB & EDWOSB certifications require uploading of documents into an online repository. See: http://www.sba.gov/content/contracting-opportunities-womenowned-small-businesses www.ccr.gov

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Requirements for WOSB & EDWOSB Set-Asides

Eligibility Requirements for EDWOSBs

Contracting officers may set aside contracts for WOSBs and EDWOSBs if they meet the following requirements: WOSB Set Aside

EDWOSB Set Aside

Industries

• NAICS code assigned to solicitation, IFB or quote is in an industry in which WOSBs are substantially underrepresented

• NAICS code assigned to solicitation, IFB or quote is in an industry in which WOSBs are underrepresented

Rule of two

• Contracting officer has reasonable • Contracting officer has reasonable expectation that 2 or more expectation that 2 or more WOSBs will submit an offer EDWOSBs will submit an offer

(38 4-digit NAICS designated)

* Note: All EDWOSBs are WOSBs

Award price

Same requirements as WOSBs PLUS:  Personal net worth (assets minus liabilities) is less than $750,000 excluding: • Ownership in business and primary personal residence • Income reinvested or used to pay taxes of business • Funds reinvested in IRA or other retirement account* • Transferred assets within two years if to or on behalf of immediate family member for select purposes**

(45 4-digit NAICS designated)

* Must be IRA or other official retirement account that is unavailable until retirement age without significant penalty ** Select purposes are for that individual’s education, medical expenses or other essential support or to family member in recognition of special event

* Note: Not all WOSBs are EDWOSBs

• Anticipated award price including options does not exceed the statutory thresholds of $5M for manufacturing or $3M for other contracts

Note: SBA will look at a spouse’s finances if the spouse has a role in the WOSB/EDWOSB, has lent money to or provided financial support (including credit or guarantee of loan) to the business. SBA may also look at spouse’s finances if both spouses are in same or similar line of business and businesses share names, websites, equipment and employees.

• Contract can be awarded at fair market price A complete list of applicable NAICS codes can be found at www.sba.gov/wosb 7

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Eligibility Requirements for EDWOSBs

Eligibility Requirements for WOSBs  Meet small business size standard for primary NAICS code and contract

 Adjusted gross income average over three years is $350,000 or less excluding: • Income reinvested or used to pay taxes of business

 At least 51% unconditionally and directly owned by women who are U.S. citizens*

 Fair market value of assets is $6 million or less excluding: • Funds reinvested in IRA or other official retirement account

 The woman must manage the day-to-day operations

* Must be IRA or other official retirement account that is unavailable until retirement age without significant penalty ** Select purposes are for that individual’s education, medical expenses or other essential support or to family member in recognition of special event

 The woman must make the long-term decisions for the business  A woman must hold highest officer position  The woman must work at the business full-time during normal working hours

Note: SBA will look at a spouse’s finances if the spouse has a role in the WOSB/EDWOSB, has lent money to or provided financial support (including credit or guarantee of loan) to the business. SBA may also look at spouse’s finances if both spouses are in same or similar line of business and businesses share names, websites, equipment and employees.

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Federal Certifications

ORCA

Processed by: • HUBZone Certification • 8(a) Business Development Program

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HUBZone Eligibility Criteria

HUBZone Benefits Recognized by Federal agencies & prime contractors

Principal office located in an eligible “Historically Underutilized Business Zone”, New HUBZone locations were updated in 2011, maps will be up soon.

Competitive HUBZone contract set-asides Possibility of sole-source contracts

Small Business per SBA Size standards. 51% owned and controlled by one or more US citizens.

Possibility of 10% price evaluation preference on full & open contracts.

At least 35% of employees must reside in a HUBZone; an employee must work at least 40 hrs per month.

Federal prime contractors’ have subcontracting goal Overall federal contracting goal of 3%

Address look-up to see if office & employees are located in a HUBZone:

https://eweb1.sba.gov/hubzone/internet/general/faqs.cfm#Q9

http://map0.sba.gov:82/gis/esri/hubzone/index.html

HUBZone Application Process 1.

Register in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) & complete your SBA Profile: www.ccr.gov

2.

Register in SBA’s General Login System (GLS):

8(a) Business Development Program

The purpose of the 8(a) program is to assist eligible small disadvantaged businesses to compete in the American Economy through greater access to federal contracts. It is a nine year business development program. An individual claiming disadvantage status can only be in the program once.

https://eweb1.sba.gov/hubzone/internet/general/dsp_gls_register.cfm

3.

Start your online HUBZone application:

https://eweb1.sba.gov/hubzone/internet/general/dsp_enter_application.cfm

8(a) Eligibility Criteria

8(a) Business Development Program

Meet SBA’s small business size standards.

Benefits:

Owned at least 51% by US citizens.

Federal Procurement Goal: SDB = 5%

Generating revenue for at least 2 years prior to application. Federal Agencies & Primes have 5% goal

A product/service regularly purchased by Federal govt.

8(a) Set-asides

51% owned by socially disadvantaged individual/s:  Black American, Hispanic American, Native American, Asian Pacific American, Subcontinent Asian American, & Others AND

Sole-source contracts up to $3.5 million, or $5.5 million for manufacturing

51% owned by economically disadvantaged individual/s:

Access to training, surplus property, mentor-protégé programs

 personal net worth = $250,000 or less (excluding primary residence & equity in business)  Adjusted gross income, 3 yr ave. = $250,000 or less

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Federal Certifications

8(a) Business Development Program SBA prefers that you use the online application:

Processed by Caltrans for U.S. Dept of Transportation:

Link to online application: https://sba8a.symplicity.com/applicants/guide

• DBE: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise • UDBE: Underutilized Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

Link to short training course on eligibility & application: http://web.sba.gov/sbtn/registration/index.cfm?CourseId=2

UDBE is a subcategory of DBE. There is only one California Unified Certification Program application (CUCP) that is used for DBE & UDBE.

DBE/UDBE Certification

DBE/UDBE Eligibility Criteria 51% owned & controlled by socially & economically disadvantaged individual(s) – includes women.

Requires completion of the California Unified Certification Program application, also referred to as the “Caltrans” application.

Personal net-worth limit of those claiming disadvantaged status < $1.32 million

Is recognized by State & Local agencies when using federal funding from the Department of Transportation.

Average annual gross receipts for the firm (including its affiliates) over the previous three fiscal years shall not exceed the cap of $22.41 million*

Other federal agencies, like EPA, may also use this certification.

Small, Independently-owned, for-profit business. *DOT may adjust for inflation.

Cap for airport concessions is $52.47 million.

Caltrans/DOT Procurement Goals

DBE/UDBE Eligibility Criteria Ownership and control must be in substance, not just in form. The disadvantaged individual must possess the “critical expertise”, and must hold the license if the State requires a license for operation of your type of business. Review the regulations here:

African American Asian Pacific American Women* Native American Hispanic American Subcontinent Asian

http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/textidx?region=DIV1;type=boolean;c=ecfr;cc=ecfr;sid=14e071f96d5d61 cb9d2410ed56c59d3d;q1=dbe;rgn1=Section%20Heading;op2=and;r gn2=Section;op3=and;rgn3=Section;view=text;idno=49;node=49%3 A1.0.1.1.20;rgn=div5

DBE X X X X X X 6.75%

UDBE X X X X 6.75%

SB Goal: 25% DVBE Goal: 5% • For DBE & UDBE, Caltrans will require that social disadvantage be documented, and will conduct a site visit to affirm ownership, critical expertise, and control.

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DBE/UDBE Benefits

CUCP DBE Certification Application:

U.S. Dept of Transportation (DOT) program. 13.5% participation goals on CALTRANS DOT funded projects.

Paper application only: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/bep/business_forms.htm

Recognized by Caltrans & any project funded by Caltrans or U.S. DOT:

Generally 3 - 4 months processing time, and requires a site visit!

More info: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/bep/

Dept of General Services

2. CA Dept of General Services

Small Business Eligibility Criteria:

CA Department of General Services

Independently owned & operated; Principal office located in California; Owners or officers must live in California; Together with its affiliates, have: – 100 or fewer employees & $14 million or less annual revenue (average over previous three tax years), or – A manufacturer with 100 or fewer employees.

Small Business Certification Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Certification

Both require that you register for an account at: www.bidsync.com Sign up for the FREE account, no need to pay!

Dept of General Services

Dept of General Services

California Small Business Certification DVBE Certification

Benefits: Eligibility:

SB goal – 25% of State’s annual contract $ SB/DVBE Option: $5,000 - $250,000 SB Certified Firms – 5% Bid Preference Listed in Certified Database Recognized by CA State agencies & some local

51% owned by one or more service disabled veterans Veteran owner/s must live in CA. 51% controlled by one or more disabled veterans. U.S. service-connected disability of 10% or more; Home office located in U.S.

Apply online: http://www.dgs.ca.gov/pd/Programs/OSDS/GetCertified.aspx

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Dept of General Services

3. California Public Utilities Commission

DVBE Certification Benefits: Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Certification

Recognized by CA State agencies and primes. DVBE goal - 3% of State's annual contract $ SB/DVBE Option: $5,000 - $250,000 3% goal for Primes Listing in Certified Database

Women Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification

Apply online: http://www.dgs.ca.gov/pd/Programs/OSDS/GetCertified.aspx

CA Public Utilities Commission: MBE & WBE

Utility Company Certification

CA Public Utilities Commission: MBE & WBE

Benefits:

Eligibility:

No Fee Centralized Listing in Supplier Database Goals: 5% women, 15% minorities, 1.5% DVBE Comparable Agency Verification

51% owned & controlled by minorities or women More information and online application: http://www.sdbnetwork.com/SDBNetwork/Affiliates/CPUC/

List of Participating Utilities: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/PUC/SupplierDiversity/utilities.htm

4. Corporate Certifications

Natâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Minority Supplier Development Council Eligibility 51% owned and controlled by one or more minorities (U.S. citizens)

National Minority Supplier Development Council (MBE Certification)

Benefits

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Business Enterprise National Council (WBE Certification)

Recognized by various corporations Council has partnerships with corporate members

Apply online, via the San Diego chapter: These cost money (from $350-$1,000).

http://msdc.adaptone.com/gsdbdc/app/template/cont entMgmt%2CContentPage.vm?contentid=1291

These certifications do provide you with any advantages in the government market.

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Women’s Business Enterprise Nat’l Council

5. Local Certifications & Registrations The Network http://www.govbids.com/scripts/ TheNetwork/public/info/regoptio ns.asp

Eligibility 51% owned and controlled by one or more women (U.S. citizens)

San Diego Community College District https://bussrv.sdccd.edu/purchasing/vendors/

Benefits

The Public Agency Consortium (PAC)

Recognized by various corporations Council has partnerships with corporate members

This partnership includes: California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC) City of San Diego County of San Diego San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) San Diego County Regional Airport Authority San Diego County Water Authority San Diego Housing Commission San Diego Unified Port District San Diego Unified School District

Apply online: http://www.wbec-west.org/

http://www.sandiego.gov/eoc/boc/pac/index.shtml

California Unified Certification Program (CUCP/CALTRANS) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise State Minority Business Enterprise (SBA size standard) State Woman‐owned Business Enterprise (SBA size standard)

District Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Approved Certifying Agency Policy Directive Directive for Small, Disadvantaged, Minority, Woman‐owned, and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises

2. California Department of General Services (DGS) Small Business Enterprise (State size standard),

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise

3. Central Contractor Registry (CCR –must also complete ORCA) Small Business (SBA size standard), Small Disadvantaged Business Women‐owned Business, Woman‐owned Small Business Veteran‐owned Small Business, Service‐disabled Veteran‐owned Small Business

Recognizes other agency certifications

4. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO)

Requires completion of SDCCD Propositions S & N Certification Verification Form

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Minority Business Enterprise Woman‐owned Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise (SBA size standard)

5. City of Los Angeles Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Minority Business Enterprise Woman‐owned Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise (SBA size standard)

http://public.sdccdprops-n.com/Contractors/ContractorsDoc/ACAP_Directive.pdf

http://public.sdccdprops-n.com/Contractors/ContractorsDoc/ACAP_Directive.pdf

Certifications Summary

Small Local Business Certification Complete the CA Small Business and/or DVBE certification first, to simplify your SLBE/ELBE application.

1. Know your target customers. 2. Obtain the certifications they recognize. 3. Make sure you are eligible! 4. Obtaining a certification generally takes time, it is a business decision. 5. Processing times are sometimes 3 – 6 months, 8(a) can be 6 – 12 months. http://www.sandiego.gov/eoc/boc/slbe.shtml

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Questions on a Certification Application?

Thank you for your attention.

If not already a client of SDCOCâ&#x20AC;Ś 1. 2. 3. 4.

Questions?

If you have not done so already, fill-out SDCOC application: www.ptac-sandiego.org/application.html. Complete Appointment Preparation Steps Call to schedule APPT to meet with a counselor. Continue working with us, we want to grow with you!

Trisha Ferrand Senior Procurement Specialist

619-285-7020 You are always welcome to attend any SDCOC classes:

tferrand@ptac-sandiego.org

http://www.ptac-sandiego.org/workshop.html

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Dear Propositions S and N Construction Bond Project Partners, The San Diego Community College District is proud of the increased participation of small and historically underutilized businesses (S/HUBE) on the District’s $1.555 billion Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program. This increase is due in part to your support of the District’s Contractor Outreach Program objectives and project-specific outreach efforts. I am pleased to announce that the District has established a recognition program to acknowledge and celebrate exemplary performance by design, engineering and construction firms in small business outreach and engagement. The Recognition Program for Exemplary Performance will highlight the accomplishments of firms that share and strongly demonstrate the District’s commitment to diversity in contracting and employment. The inaugural awards recognize the accomplishments of design and construction firms for the Calendar Year 20102011, for the period of January 1 through December 31, 2011. Awards will be presented to seven businesses in the following categories: Construction & Professional Services • Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement Practices in Construction • Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement Practices in Professional Services Small and Diverse Businesses • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Disabled-Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) The District is obligated to assure excellence in the design and construction of instructional and career training facilities and infrastructure funded by the voter-approved Propositions S & N Construction Bond Program. As part of this assurance, the District’s Board of Trustees has directed that the Bond Program be as inclusive of small and historically underutilized businesses as possible. I appreciate and value your efforts supporting this goal. Attached please find an overview of the program, nomination forms, and scoring matrices. I encourage you to review these documents and consider a self-nomination in the Contractor and Professional Services Awards, and the nomination of exemplary project partners and subcontractors for the Small and Diverse Business Awards. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Sincerely,

David Umstot, PE, CEM Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management

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San Diego Community College District Propositions S & N Construction Bond Program Small Contractor Outreach Program

Recognition Program for Exemplary Performance

Overview The San Diego Community College District is proud of the increased participation of small and historically underutilized businesses (S/HUBE) on the District’s $1.555 billion Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program. The District has established a recognition program to acknowledge and celebrate excellence in efforts of firms serving as Construction Managers and Design/Builders of Propositions S and N projects located at City College, Mesa College, Miramar College and six Continuing Education campuses. The Recognition Program for Exemplary Performance will highlight the accomplishments of firms that share and strongly demonstrate the District’s commitment to diversity in contracting and employment. The inaugural awards recognize the accomplishments of design and construction firms for the Fiscal Year 2010-2011, for the period of January 1 through December 31, 2011. Awards will be presented to seven businesses in the following categories: Construction & Professional Services • Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement Practices in Construction • Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement Practices in Professional Services Small and Diverse Businesses* • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) • Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by a Disabled-Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) *The Small and Diverse Business Award categories include small and historically underutilized firms as identified in the District’s Small Contractor Outreach Program. The program description details relevant size standards and certification guidelines.

The performance of firms nominated for award will be vetted in a process that involves input from multiple stakeholders including the District’s Facilities Management personnel, Campus Project Managers, Propositions S and N contractors and consultants, and Labor Compliance support staff. Statistical and other data collected and maintained by the District’s Program Management team will be reviewed as a part of the award recipient selection process. Firms selected for award will be acknowledged by the San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees and featured in local and trade media. The District is obligated to assure excellence in the design and construction of instructional and career training facilities and infrastructure funded by the voter-approved Propositions S & N Construction Bond Program. As part of this assurance, the District’s Board of Trustees has directed that the Bond Program be as inclusive of small and historically underutilized businesses as possible. The recognition program celebrates exemplary performance by design, engineering and construction firms in small business outreach and engagement, and their demonstrated commitment to the objectives of the District’s Small Contractor Outreach Program.

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Award Descriptions Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement Practices in Construction Recognition Awards for Construction acknowledge contractors that demonstrate a strong commitment to the District’s Small Contractor Outreach Program objectives and achievements. Innovative and successful strategies to mitigate barriers, promote economic opportunity, build capacity and enhance business sustainability for small and historically underutilized businesses will be strongly considered as part of the award evaluation process. Recognition Award for Exemplary Small Business Outreach & Engagement Practices in Professional Services Recognition Awards for Professional Services, including architectural and engineering firms, acknowledge firms’ demonstrated commitment to the District’s Small Contractor Outreach Program objectives and achievements. Actions taken to be inclusive of small and historically underutilized businesses as part of design and consulting team and/or services will be strongly considered as part of the award evaluation process. Recognition Award for Exemplary Performance by Small and Diverse Business The District’s five Recognition Awards for small and historically underutilized businesses (S/HUBE) may be presented to professional services firms or construction contractors at any tier. Awards acknowledge excellence in each nominated firm’s respective discipline or skill set and in their performance on Propositions S and N projects. Award recipients must demonstrate adherence to the District’s design, building, and safety standards, assure on-time delivery within budget and compliance with all regulatory requirements. Consideration will be given firms who demonstrate exemplary performance in several areas, including but not limited to: • Working collaboratively with other contractors and District personnel • Professionalism on the job, and adherence to project and meeting schedules • Interest in accessing and utilizing available resources to enhance business capacity and marketability, including technical assistance, training, bonding and financial assistance, and additional business certifications • Proactive efforts to assure on-the-job performance is consistent with project requirements and District expectations Recognition Awards will be presented to the five small business categories recognized by the District: • Small Business Enterprise (SBE) • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) • Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE) • Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) • Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)

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Nomination Processes Contractor and Professional Services Recognitions 1) Nominations will be solicited from Construction Managers (CMs) or General Contractors (GCs) from City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and Continuing Education campuses where construction or design activity was performed during the timeframe of January 1, through December 31, 2011. Firms may self-nominate using the Contractor and Professional Services Recognition Award Nomination Form for their category. Firms may also be nominated by any of the four Campus Project Management teams. Nomination forms will be provided to the Campus Project Manager (CPM) who supervised the work of the CM or GC. 2) Campus Project Managers (CPMs) will perform the initial vetting of the nominations, using the Contractor and Professional Services Recognition Award Scoring Matrix to document evaluation of nominations and provide additional input based on their experiences working with the firms. The CPMs will prepare a shortlist of four firms if needed. The nomination forms and matrices will be provided to the Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Outreach Coordinator, Ursula Kroemer, to distribute to Outreach and Labor Compliance team members (Rachel Fischer, Gunnar Schalin, Roz Winstead and Marty Glaske) for secondary review and input based on their experiences working with the shortlisted firms. 3) The compiled worksheets and data will be provided to Facilities Management (Richard Burkhart, Cindy Lasley and Ryan Murphy) for a third and final review to provide additional input as needed and to develop recommendations with rankings if needed. 4) Worksheets, recommendations and suggested rankings will be provided to Facilities Management Vice Chancellor Dave Umstot for selection of awardees. 5) Awardees will receive formal notification from Facilities Management, coordinated with a formal announcement and notification to stakeholders and the media. 6) Awardees will be recognized by Board of Trustees at April 19, 2012 meeting. Small and Diverse Business Awards 1) Nominations will be solicited from CMs or GCs from City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and Continuing Education campuses where construction or design activity was performed during the timeframe of January 1 through December 31, 2011. Nominations will be submitted using Small Business Recognition Award Nomination Form for the appropriate category. Nomination forms will be provided to the appropriate CPM. 2) Campus Project Managers (CPMs) will perform the initial vetting of the nominations, using the Small Business Recognition Award Scoring Matrix to document evaluation of nominations and provide additional input as appropriate based on experiences working with the firms. The CPMs will prepare a shortlist of four firms if needed. The nomination forms and matrices will be provided to the Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Outreach Coordinator, Ursula Kroemer, to distribute to Outreach and Labor Compliance team members for secondary review and additional input based on experiences working with the shortlisted firms. 3) The compiled worksheets and data will be provided to Facilities Management (Richard Burkhart, Cindy Lasley and Ryan Murphy) for a third and final review to additional input if needed and to develop recommendations with rankings if indicated. 4) Worksheets, recommendations and suggested rankings will be provided to Facilities Management Vice Chancellor Dave Umstot for selection of awardees. 5) Awardees will receive formal notification from Facilities Management, coordinated with a formal announcement and notification to stakeholders and the media. 6) Awardees will be recognized by Board of Trustees at April 19, 2012 meeting.

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Proposed Program Timeline •

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Program Introduction o November 3, 2011 - Roll-out to Campus Project Managers at CPM meeting o November 10, 2011 - Recommended revisions/edits due to Ursula Kroemer o November 11, 2011 - Final version distributed to Facilities Management/CPMs o November 14, 2011 - Facilities Management distribution to all CMs/GCs/Design-Builders  Contractor and Professional Services Recognition Award Nomination Form  Small and Diverse Business Recognition Award Nomination Form Nomination Solicitation – November 21, 2011 – January 20, 2012 Nomination Submittal Deadline – January 23, 2012 Primary Review by CPMs o January 24 – February 10, 2012 (14 business days) o Shortlisted firms due to Ursula Kroemer no later than February 10, 2012 Secondary Review of Shortlisted Firms by Outreach/Labor Compliance (Ursula Kroemer, Rachel Fischer, Gunnar Schalin, Roz Winstead, Marty Glaske) o February 13 – 17, 2012 o Worksheets provided to Facilities Manager (Richard Burkhart, Cindy Lasley and Ryan Murphy) no later than February 17, 2012 Third/Final Review and Ranking of Shortlisted Firms by Facilities Management o February 20 – 24, 2012 o Rankings and recommendations provided to Vice Chancellor Dave Umstot no later than Friday, February 24, 2012 Award Nomination Review and Selection – Vice Chancellor Dave Umstot – February 24 – March 7, 2012 Award Notification – Vice Chancellor Dave Umstot – March 9, 2012 Award Information Due to Office of the Board of Trustees no later than April 3, 2012 Media Distribution – March 12 – April 30, 2012 o Trade Publications o Community Papers (Serving awardees’ neighborhood and/or ethnicity) Award and Recognition Ceremony – April 19, 2012 Board of Trustees meeting

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San Diego Community College District Recognition Program for Exemplary Performance Large Contractor & Professional Services Award Nomination Solicitation Form â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2011-2012 NOMINEE & PROJECT INFORMATION Nominee: Nominee Phone #s, Email and Mailing Address: Nominee Category:

Phone #s: Email: Mailing Address: Design/Eng.

Construction Manager

Prime/GC

Design/Builder

Project(s) Name: Multiple projects completed by the nominated firm may be listed if applicable

Campus & CPM: Project Description: Brief synopsis of the Prop S & N project including any unique or relevant characteristics impacting small and historically underutilized firms.

Nomination By: Nominator Phone, Email and Mailing Address:

Phone #s: Email: Mailing Address:

Basis for Nomination: Brief synopsis of nomination rationale. Please include any available quantitative data.

Signature: The undersigned nominates the firm identified herein for consideration of the Recognition for Exemplary Performance Award. _________________________________________________ Signature Date

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NOMINATION EVALUATION QUESTIONS

Please answer the questions utilizing specific examples. Explain each item in 250 words or less.

A) How did the nominated firm demonstrate buy-in and commitment in addressing the objectives of the District’s Small Contractor Outreach Program? Please describe at least three specific examples and their outcomes. B) Please describe the nominee’s efforts to identify and engage small and historically underutilized contractors as “defined” by the District? C) Please describe any technical or other assistance the nominee provided to small and historically underutilized subcontractors or subconsultants. D) Does the nominated firm have corporate policies that address diversity in contracting and employment and, if so, was the policy disseminated to potential bidders? E) Did the nominee respond to the District’s request to encourage self-declaration/reporting of tradespersons’ ethnicity and gender? F) Is a commitment to diversity reflected in the composition of the nominee’s consultant team? * Question for A&E nominees only.

G) Please list and/or attach any relevant project data and/or materials that support the information submitted in the application. Materials may include: advertisements, outreach event marketing and presentation materials; progress meeting agendas/minutes, written policies/directives referencing EEO/workforce diversity; subcontracting reports/data; lower tier data; correspondence to/from S/HUBEs; and closeout reports.

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San Diego Community College District Recognition Program for Exemplary Performance Small & Diverse Business Award Nomination Solicitation Form â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2011

I.

CONTRACT/PROJECT INFORMATION

Nominee: Nominee Contact Information:

Phone #s: Email: Mailing Address:

Award Category: Project Name:

Multiple projects completed by the nominated firm may be listed if applicable.

Project Description:

Brief synopsis of the Prop S & N project including any unique or relevant characteristics impacting small and historically underutilized firms.

Project Size:

$

Please list the dollar amount of the project (portion completed by Nominee).

Campus: Nomination Submitted By: Nominator Contact Information:

Phone #s: Email: Mailing Address:

Basis for Nomination: Brief synopsis of nomination rationale. Please include any available quantitative data.

Signature:

The undersigned nominates the firm identified herein for consideration of the Recognition for Exemplary Performance Award. _________________________________________________ Signature Date Appendix - 71


NOMINATION EVALUATION QUESTIONS

Please answer the questions utilizing specific examples. Explain each item in 250 words or less.

A) How did the firm work collaboratively with other contractors and with District personnel on the project? Please describe two examples of exemplary collaboration. (25 points). Examples may include: •

Consistently participated in meetings held by the project team or District staff to address field issues, safety, schedule, etc.

Respect for the skills, abilities, and efforts of other contractors on the project

Willingness to help other contractors on the project

Demonstrated and communicated the importance of team play to their workers/employees

Clear and continual communication with all team members

Proactively communicated issues that may have impacted the project

Consistently responded to issues brought to the firm’s attention during the project, i.e., was responsive

Cooperated in addressing potentially contentious issues

B) Please describe the firm’s professionalism on the job, including clear and accurate communication, adherence to schedule and deadlines, and preparedness. (25 points) Examples may include: •

Communicated clearly and accurately

Successfully followed the project schedule, meeting all deadlines

Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of startup phase tasks and requirements

Arrived prepared for all meetings and scheduled work

Accommodated contract financing to mitigate worker issues and delays

Managed personnel to encourage performance and accountability

Demonstrated competence in completing required reports; submitted all project-related reports, updates, and paperwork on time

Demonstrated possession of requisite communications skills to assure successful project delivery

When encountering challenges on the project, demonstrated a proactive (rather than reactive ) approach to achieve resolution

Demonstrated ability to mitigate obstacles in schedule adherence

Demonstrated contingency planning with regard to workers, materials and equipment availability Appendix - 72


C) Please describe how the firm performed on the project in relation to completion of work within allotted schedule, completion of work within budget, as well as compliance with safety and regulatory requirements. (25 Points) Examples may include: •

Successfully followed the project schedule, meeting all deadlines

Completed scope of work within the allotted budget

Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of District expectations regarding worksite safety

Demonstrated preparation sufficient to avoid delays and rework on the jobsite

Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Public Contract Code

Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Labor Standards

Cooperated in learning/utilizing LCP Tracker and other resources required to assure data accuracy and regulatory compliance

Complied with all safety requirements, including following fall protection guidelines, equipment safety guidelines, project site fire safety guidelines, waste and hazardous material disposal procedures, personal protective equipment guidelines, recordkeeping and incident reporting procedures, timely submittal of safety reports, etc.

Complied with all regulatory requirements, such as prevailing wage requirements, labor compliance reporting, environmental requirements, storm water prevention regulations, etc.

D) Please describe any proactive efforts taken by the firm to assure on-the-job performance is consistent with project requirements and District expectations. (25 points) Examples may include: •

Asked questions for clarification to ensure highest quality of work was delivered

Collaborated with other contractors on the project

Consistently participated in meetings held by the project team or District staff to address field issues, safety, schedule, etc.

Demonstrated knowledge of risk mitigation strategies on the jobsite

Demonstrate understanding of staging area issues and safety requirements

Maintain relevant manuals and instructional materials to address jobsite activities and performance

Demonstrate responsible equipment and material handling and storage procedures

Demonstrate familiarity with construction jobsite storm water, waste management, dust and other environmental regulatory requirements

Demonstrate knowledge of worker hours, breaks and mealtime regulations Appendix - 73


Optional Question E) Please describe the firm’s interest in accessing and utilizing available resources to enhance business capacity and marketability, including technical assistance, training, bonding and financial assistance, and additional business certifications. (10 Bonus Points) This question may be answered in partnership with the District’s Outreach Team.

Examples may include: •

Attendance at outreach events and workshops

Completed SDCCD Certification Verification Form

Attended SDCOC workshops or received SDCOC technical assistance

Applied for additional small business certifications

Solicited technical assistance to enhance knowledge and competence regarding: o Bonding o Contract Financing o Prevailing Wages

Purchased scheduling or other software to enhance project management proficiency & competitiveness

Pursued and /or participated in a mentor/protégé program

Appendix - 74


San Diego Community College District Propositions S and N Contractor Recognition Program Evaluation Worksheet: Contractor and Professional Services Awards Nominee: ___________________________________________________________

Construction Contractor ď&#x201A;Ł

Project(s) _________________________________

________________________________

Nominated By: _____________________________

Reviewer: _________________________________

Section

Commitment to Small Contractor Outreach Program Objectives

Campus: _______________________________

Score

Point scale ranges are provided for each category and should be weighed independently of other categories. Your total score will be entered at the bottom of the form.

1

Nominee possesses understanding of outreach program intent, standards and components; and demonstrates commitment to achieving objectives. (15 points possible)

2

1-5

Demonstrated an understanding of the outreach program intent, standards and available resources.

1-5

Cooperated in implementing strategies suggested to engage S/HUBEs as bidders on Propositions S and N projects.

1-5

Demonstrated buy-in and commitment to outreach objectives by proactively implementing aggressive outreach to S/HUBEs

Nominee possesses knowledge of viable outreach strategies, commits time and resources to address District objectives and S/HUBE outreach expectations. (25 points possible)

1-5

Incorporated language in advertisements addressing diversity in contracting and employment to encourage S/HUBE interest.

1-5

Worked with District staff to develop a coordinated outreach effort, using in-house resources and others provided and recommended by District staff and consultants.

1-5

Hosted outreach events to encourage S/HUBE participation in the bidding and award pool. Appendix - 75

Professional Services Firm ď&#x201A;Ł

Review Date: __________________

Additional Data and/or Scoring Comments


1-5

Initiated other proactive efforts to engage S/HUBEs and encourage their interest in bidding.

1-5

Monitored outreach efforts, outcomes and incorporated diversityrelated objectives in criteria vetted with staff for successful project delivery.

Section

Outreach Strategies and Outcomes

Score

3

Nominee conscientiously implemented a range of outreach strategies to mitigate barriers for S/HUBEs and to generate increases in their utilization on District projects. (40 points possible)

1-5

Implemented outreach strategies to identify S/HUBEs and to assess their capabilities for potential subcontracting or subconsultant opportunities.

1-5

Expanded outreach to increase the diversity in the pool of firms solicited for multi-tier sub-bids or subconsultant opportunities.

1-5

Utilized sizing, packaging and contract breakout to encourage S/HUBE participation on District projects.

1-5

Provided assistance to S/HUBEs in securing bonding, insurance or contract financing.

1-5

1-5 1-5 1-5

Provided assistance to firms in addressing prevailing wage reporting requirements (construction only) OR Assembled consultant teams that reflect a commitment to diversity (A&E nominees only) Provided assistance to firms with administrative functions Provided assistance as an informal mentor to assist S/HUBE with challenges encountered on a District project. Assured timely payment to subcontractors or subconsultants.

Appendix - 76

Additional Scoring Comments


Section

Commitment to Workforce Diversity and Contracting

Score

4

Nominee demonstrated a commitment to diversity in both contracting and employment, and established policy directives and dissemination procedure. (20 points possible)

1-5

Established and broadly disseminates a policy addressing a corporate commitment to diversity in contracting and employment.

1-5

Establishes objectives and maintained documentation validating efforts to achieve SDCCD Propositions S and N Contractor Outreach Program objectives in contracting.

1-5

Establishes objectives and maintained documentation validating efforts to achieve SDCCD Propositions S and N Contractor Outreach Program objectives in employment.

1-5

Responded to Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s directive to encourage self-declaration and reporting of tradesperson ethnicity and gender on certified payroll reports (construction only) OR Established internal initiatives to address workforce diversity. TOTAL SCORE

Additional Comments and Recommendations:

Appendix - 77

Additional Scoring Comments


EEO / PRA Data Analysis Data reflects May 31, 2011 statistics Data run on 10/19/11, except for those noted with * which were retrieved on 11/1/11 AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKAN NATIVE

ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER

BLACK

CAUCASIAN

FILIPINO

HISPANIC

SUMMARY TOTAL

UNKNOWN

Apprenticeship Program Sponsors: Associated General Contractors of San Diego, Inc. 05043 ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF AMERICA, SAN DIEGO CHAPTER*

2

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF SAN DIEGO, INC. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 10112 OPERATOR U.A.C. 19161 SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS J.A.C.*

3

1

4

1

5

62

145

9

20

155

5

386

3

7

3

79

2

34

1 7

2 5

5 58

2

2

3 37

1

13 110

2

9

7

39

3

28

1

89

26

215

19

49 4

583

Associated Builder & Contractors (ABC): multiple trades 19224 ASSOCIATED BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS OF SAN DIEGO, INC. ELECTRICAL U.A.C. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS OF SAN DIEGO, INC. ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 05041 TECHNICIAN (SOUND TECH.) 19814 ASSOCIATED BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS OF SAN DIEGO, INC. PLUMBING / PIPEFITTING U.A.C. 19821 ASSOCIATED BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS OF SAN DIEGO, INC. SHEET METAL U.A.C.

128

San Diego & Imperial Counties: multiple trades 07055 SAN DIEGO & IMPERIAL COUNTIES BRICKLAYERS & STONE MASONS J.A.T.C. 14700 SAN DIEGO & IMPERIAL COUNTIES GLAZIERS J.A.C.

2 3

00002 SAN DIEGO & IMPERIAL COUNTIES PIPE TRADES J.A.C. 07293 SAN DIEGO & IMPERIAL COUNTIES SLATE, TILE & COMPOSITION ROOFER J.A.C.

3

4

2

5

9

31

10

44

9

132

44

193

2

5

1

16

23

52

23

33

1

111

3

11

5

20

12

73

Innercity Community Unilateral Apprenticeship (BCA) INNERCITY COMMUNITY UNILATERAL APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE (CARPENTRY19718 DRYWALL/LATHER)

2

Unilateral Apprenticeship Committee (UCA): multiple trades 10629 MASONRY INDUSTRY TRAINING ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BRICKLAYERS U.A.C. 19731 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PAINTING AND DECORATING CONTRACTORS OF AMERICA, U.A.C.

1

85

Joint Apprenticeship Committees: multiple trades 00029 JOINT APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE TILE & TERRAZZO INDUSTRY 10710 LABORERS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA JOINT APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE

8

00016 PAINTER & PAPERHANGER DECORATORS J.A.C. 03262 SAN DIEGO CARPET, LINOLEUM & FLOOR COVERING INDUSTRIES J.A.C. 07257 SAN DIEGO COUNTY CEMENT MASONS J.A.C.

11

1 1

00131 SAN DIEGO SHEET METAL J.A.C. 15139 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LABORERS CEMENT MASON JOINT APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE

6

20

138

157

28

42

3

78

104

789

1106

259

330

6

1

17

24

61

77

41

129

15

17

1

6

6

2

4

5

78

1

2

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LABORERS LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION FITTER JOINT 05146 APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE 09554 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OPERATING ENGINEERS J. A. C.

6

2

26

34

5

9

14

223

81

332

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PLASTERING INSTITUTE APPRENTICESHIP TRUST & JOINT 00014 APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE 17293 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURVEYORS J.A.C.

1

1 3

6 3

7 72

68 21

82 100

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EEO / PRA Data Analysis Data reflects May 31, 2011 statistics Data run on 10/19/11, except for those noted with * which were retrieved on 11/1/11 AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKAN NATIVE

ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER

BLACK

CAUCASIAN

FILIPINO

HISPANIC

SUMMARY TOTAL

UNKNOWN

Joint Apprenticeship Training Committees: multiple trades 05142 DISTRICT COUNCIL #36 INDUSTRIAL PAINTER JOINT APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING COMMITTEE SAN DIEGO BRIDGE, STRUCTURAL, ORNAMENTAL AND REINFORCING IRONWORKERS J.A.T.C 07813 LOCAL 229 00058 SAN DIEGO ELECTRICAL J.A.T.C. 00019 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CARPENTRY J.A.T.C. (SAN DIEGO) * 14612 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DRYWALL FINISHERS JOINT APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING COMMITTEE

4

2 6

1

3

15

2

40

60

7 15

54 164

1 4

74 88 1

138 281 1

8

29

1

165

204

13

14

19757 TERRAZZO FINISHER J.A.T.C. FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA*

1

Programs Located Outside San Diego County, but Serving San Diego County: Joint Apprenticeship Training Committees: multiple trades 99120 CAL-NEV POWER LINEMAN J.A.T.C.* 19719 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ACOUSTICAL INSTALLER J.A.T.C.*

6

13

167

1

4

10

93

17444 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DRYWALL/LATHER J.A.T.C.*

5

12

56

591

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTOR JOINT APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING 05040 COMMITTEE* 09565 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MILLWRIGHTS & MACHINERY ERECTORS J.A.T.C.*

2

9

8

2

4

32

4

16

46

16129 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PILE DRIVERS J.A.T.C.* 19757 TERRAZZO FINISHER J.A.T.C. FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA*

3

86 143

275 1

252

4

1700

2368

164

1

86

270

126

1

91

256

2

48

116

1

13

14

7

2

10

Other 05147 CONSTRUCTION TEAMSTERS APPRENTICESHIP FUND OF SO CALIFORNIA J.A.C.*

1

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PAVEMENT STRIPER, ROAD SLURRY, SEAL COAT & HIGHWAY 10789 MAINTENANCE J.A.C.* 10837 WBFAA U.A.T.C.*

2

1

1

19

8

3

62

2

24

45

30

107

Total Participation in Construction Programs: (as of 11/1/11) SAN DIEGO COUNTY

20

50

123

738

19

533

8

percentages

1.34

3.35

8.25

49.50

1.27

35.75

0.54

42

115

473

1831

32

3791

percentages

0.67

1.83

7.53

29.14

0.51

60.33

14

34

58

576

7

738

1

percentages

0.98

2.38

4.06

40.34

0.49

51.68

0.07

286

1018

2362

12501

257

16466

18

percentages

0.87

3.09

7.18

37.99

0.78

50.04

0.05

LOS ANGELES

ORANGE COUNTY

TOTAL STATEWIDE PARTICIPATION IN CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS

Appendix - 79

1491

6284

1428

32908


Program completions past 5 years

2006 ASBESTOS WORKERS COMMITTEES 09449 Southern California Heat & Frost Insulators & Allied Workers J.A.C. 16427 Northern California Heat & Frost Insulators And Allied Workers J.A.C.

BOILERMAKER COMMITTEES 09502 Boilermakers Western States Area J.A.C.

BRICKLAYER COMMITTEES

20 9 12 12

Completion Count 2007 2008 2009 2010 20 9 10 10

2011

21 11 14 14

28 11 4 4

28 12 5 5

23 12 7 7

2 2 20

2 12

1 12

1

85

20

8

10 307 304 7

07055 San Diego & Imperial Counties Bricklayers & Stone Masons J.A.T.C. 10121 Bricklayers & Allied Crafts Local 3 J.A.T.& E.C.

1 3 15

10629 Masonry Industry Training Association Of Southern California Bricklayers U.A.C. 11526 Bricklayers & Allied Craftsman Local #4 California J.A.C.

26

31 1 12

456 371

687 320

695 393

679 314

2 17 28 1 35 1

2 17 57 3 26 2

4 15 44 26 5

9 14 41 3 43 6

495 297 14 1 9 36 1 21 3

18 14

33 35

42 26

58 27

29 20

11 23

41 10 25 2

65 6 52 16

57 6 50 9

46 6 37 11

28

39 2 16 10

111 265 6 3

122 276 14 1

144 262 17

119 591 19

87 349 12 1

100 223 11

21 4 55 1

46

40 2 55 3

45 2 36 1

27 32 2

11 1 36 1

181 79 75 10 6 24 29 9

130 26 59 16 10 23 25 10

114 45 74 8 6 22 26 6

312 38 24 14 15 35 29 3

217 46 60 17 6 46 35 8

110 45 85 5 7 32 50 10

05022 Walton & Sons Masonry, Inc.

CARPENTRY COMMITTEES 00008 Southern California Carpentry J.A.T.C. 00038 Carpenters Training Committee For Northern California 05137 14150 16129 19161

Southern California Modular Furnishings Installer Joint Apprenticesip & Training Committe Los Angeles County Carpenter Floor Workers J.A. & T.C. Southern California Pile Drivers J.A.T.C. San Diego Associated General Contractors J.A.C.

19718 Innercity Community Unilateral Apprenticeship Committee 19719 Southern California Acoustical Installer J.A.T.C. 19950 Associated Builders & Contractors Golden Gate Chapter Carpentry U.A.C.

CARPET, LINOLEUM & SOFT TILE COMMITTEES 04789 Northern California Floor Covering J.A.T.C. 08280 Southern California Resilient Floor & Decorative Covering Crafts Jatc

CEMENT MASONS COMMITTEES 00824 Southern California Cement Masons J.A.C. 07257 San Diego County Cement Masons J.A.C. 18496 Northern California Cement Masons J.A.T.C. 19161 San Diego Associated General Contractors J.A.C.

DRYWALL / LATHER COMMITTEES 00038 Carpenters Training Committee For Northern California 17444 Southern California Drywall/Lather J.A.T.C. 19161 San Diego Associated General Contractors J.A.C. 19718 Innercity Community Unilateral Apprenticeship Committee

DRYWALL FINISHING (TAPING) COMMITTEES 00040 Painters & Decorating J.A.T.C. Of The Bay Area Inc. 00076 Central Valley Painters, Decorators And Paperhangers J.A.C. 14612 Southern California Drywall Finishers Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee 19161 San Diego Associated General Contractors J.A.C.

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC COMMITTEES 00004 Los Angeles Electrical J.A.& E.T.C. 00030 San Francisco J.A.T.C. For The Electrical Industry - Inside Wireman 00058 San Diego Electrical J.A.T.C. 00065 San Joaquin & Calaveras Counties Electrical J.A.T.C. 00081 Santa Barbara County Electrical J.A.C. 00098 San Mateo County J.A.T.C. For The Electrical Construction Industry 00113 Contra Costa County Electrical J.A.C. 00119 Tri-County Electrical J.A.T.C.

Comp past 5 years BT.DIS.Comp 5yr

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39

29 7

9 25 1 23 2

17-JAN-12


Program completions past 5 years

00137 00139 00146 00152 00169 00374 00375 00425 00494 02012 05041

2006 77 Santa Clara County Electrical Trades J.A.T.C. 21 Fresno, Madera, Kings & Tulare Counties Electrical Industries Jatc 48 Alameda County J.A.T.C. For The Electrical Inside Wireman Trade 29 Solano & Napa Counties Electricians J.A.T.C. 37 Redwood Empire Electrical J.A.T.C. 14 Ventura County Electrical J.A.T.C. 25 San Bernardino, Mono And Inyo Counties Electrical J. A. C. 13 Central Valley Electrical J.A.T.C. 46 Orange County Electrical J.A.C. 21 Riverside Area Electrical J. A. C. 2 Associated Builders & Contractors Of San Diego, Inc., Electronic Systems Technician (So

05075 Western Electrical Contractors, Inc. (Weca) Apprenticeship & Training Committee 05102 Crater Lake Electrical J A T C 05129 Orange County Electrical (Transportation) J.A.C. 08685 08805 08819 08912

Kern County Electrical Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee San Luis Obispo Electrical Workers J.A.C. Los Angeles County Intercommunication & Sound J.A.C. San Diego County Sound Technicians J.A.C.

09333 Reno Electricians Jatc For The Electrical Industry 09600 10552 10607 10628

Shasta-Butte Electricians J.A.T.C. Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter Of A.B.C. Inc. E.U.A.C. I.B.E.W. Local Union No. 40 Los Angeles County Chapter Neca J.A.C. Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc. (Weca) Apprenticeship And Training Com

10837 Wbfaa Uatc 16435 Sacramento Area Electrical J.A.T.C. 19167 Northern California Sound And Communication J.A.T.C. 19224 Associated Builders & Contractors Of San Diego, Inc. Electrical U.A.C. 19327 Southern California Chapter Of The Associated Builders And Contractors Inc. Electrical U 19602 Western Electrical Contractors Assoc., Inc. (Weca) Apprenticeship And Training Committe 19790 Communication Workers Of America/American Communication Contractors Association J 19791 Orange County Sound Technician Joint Apprenticeship Committee 19885 Associated Builders & Contractors Golden Gate Chapter Electrical U.A.C.

11 6 10 3 12 1 8 3 8 33 53 41 61 62 11 23

19924 Riverside, San Bernardino, Mono & Inyo Counties Sound Technician J. A. C.

ELEVATOR COMMITTEES 05040 Southern California Elevator Constructor Joint Apprenticeship And Training Committee 10835 Northern California Elevator Industry Joint Apprenticeship And Training Committee

82 44

Completion Count 2007 2008 2009 2010 46 51 47 99 18 25 27 19 28 6 22 27 32 20 34 17 18 28 18 16 15 5 14 23 15 9 44 29 8 5 13 14 41 44 74 71 20 20 25 15 6 7 4 6 5 3 5 2 7 12 1 13 18 10 9 5 9 7 26 17 4 30 2 2 1 9 10 15 32 14 2 4 1 19 27 41 24 1 4 4 3 13 1 4 8 28 42 21 29 30 73 75 80 63 32 59 53 63 62 65 58 51 31 57 76 49 3 12 11 12 14 25 31 44 13 10 1 2 143 162 109 151 143 33 48 57

ENGINEER COMMITTEES 05073 J.A.C. For Operating Engineers For The 46 Counties Of Northern California - Constructio 09431 Joint Apprenticeship Committee For Operating Engineers For The 46 Northern Counties I 09554 Southern California Operating Engineers J. A. C. 10112 Associated General Contractors Of San Diego, Inc. Construction Equipment Operator U.A

GLAZIER & GLASS WORKERS COMMITTEES 00370 Northern California District Council 16 Glaziers, Architectural Metal And Glass Workers Ja 01403 Southern California Glaziers & Glassworkers Industry J.A.C. 14700 San Diego & Imperial Counties Glaziers J.A.C.

HEATING VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING 00010 Bay Area Sheet Metal Jac 00012 J. A. & T. C. , Plumbing, Pipe Fitting & Refrigeration Industry Of San Mateo

Comp past 5 years BT.DIS.Comp 5yr

Appendix - 81

2011 56 16 30 25 11 12 11 13 36 23 5 6 10 1 11 5 27 6 7 1 22 1 2 10 31 49 29 57 66 2 7 13 2 70 21

141 109 2

102 146 8

94 166 5

71 148 8

112 85 5

2 102 92 5

49 10 4

34 18 5

38 23 6

35 41 2

37 25 4

43 30 10

36 12

74 6

54 8

35 14

18 11

16 11 17-JAN-12


Program completions past 5 years

2006 00015 Napa/Solano Counties Plumbers And Steamfitters J.A.T.C. 00037 Plumbing & Pipefitting Industry Of Sacramento & Yolo District J.A.C.

11

00052 Fresno Sheet Metal Workers J.A.T.C. 00117 Fresno Area Plumbers, Pipe & Refrigeration Fitters J.A.T.C. 00122 Los Angeles & Orange Counties Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration J.J.A.T.C. 00123 Northern California Valley Sheet Metal Industry J.A.C. 00125 Pipe Trades J.A.T.C. Of Santa Clara And San Benito Counties 00134 The Joint Apprenticeship And Training Committee Of The Plumbing And Pipefitting Ua Lo 00156 United Association Local Union 342 J.A.T.C. 00238 Kern, Inyo & Mono Counties Plumbing, Pipefitter & Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Mechan 00368 San Joaquin- Stanislaus Area Plumbers, Pipe & Refrigeration Fitters, J.A.T.C. 07238 Monterey, Santa Cruz And San Benito Counties Sheet Metal Joint Apprenticeship Comm 07240 Yuba, Sutter & Colusa Counties Plumbers J.A.C. 09307 Inland Refrigeration J.J. & A.T.C.

5 3 57

19809 Beutler Heating And Air Conditioning Uatc

IRON & STEEL WORKERS COMMITTEES 00667 Intl. Assoc. Bridge, Structural, Ornamental & Reinforcing Ironworker L433 J.A.T.C. 01501 Int'L Association Of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental And Reinforcing Ironworkers, Local 11 07205 Intl. Assoc. Of Bridge, Structural,Ornamental & Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 378 Oaklan 07646 07813 08885 09076

5 38 5 24 5 21 2

Intl.Assc.Of Bridge, Structural,Ornamental & Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 377 San Fran San Diego Bridge, Structural, Ornamental And Reinforcing Ironworkers J.A.T.C Local 229 Intl Assoc Bridge, Structural, Ornamental & Reinforcing Ironworker L416 J.A.T.C. International Assoc Of Bridge, Structural,Ornamental& Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 155

09271 Intl.Assoc. Of Bridge,Structural,Ornamental & Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 377 Santa C

LABORERS COMMITTEES 05043 Associated General Contractors Of America, San Diego Chapter

LINEMAN COMMITTEES 10627 Irby Construction Company Line Erectors Apprenticeship Program 99120 Cal-Nev Power Lineman J.A.T.C.

MILWRIGHT COMMITTEES 00038 Carpenters Training Committee For Northern California 09565 Southern California Millwrights & Machinery Erectors J.A.T.C.

PAINTING & DECORATION COMMITTEES 00016 Painter & Paperhanger Decorators J.A.C. 00040 Painters & Decorating J.A.T.C. Of The Bay Area Inc. 00076 Central Valley Painters, Decorators And Paperhangers J.A.C. 05115 Engineering & Utility Contractors Association & Automotive Marine & Speciality Painters L 05142 District Council #36 Industrial Painter Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee 14612 Southern California Drywall Finishers Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee

Comp past 5 years BT.DIS.Comp 5yr

Appendix - 82

7 5 39 5 17 8 21 1 1 4

69 16 44 49 32 62 9 26

73 7 13 9 44 20 8 2

105 38 39 17 56 55 6 25

82 24 42 15 52 87 14 13

117 36 17 5 29 54 11 9

18

34 1

48 17 3

18 2 3

22 1 2

4 91

5 48 2 219 14 19

17 1 2 3 1 61 244 12 16

05115 Engineering & Utility Contractors Association & Automotive Marine & Speciality Painters L 10060 Associated Builders & Contractors Golden Gate Chapter Construction Craft Laborer U.A.C

10710 Laborers Southern California Joint Apprenticeship Committee 10748 Southern California Plaster Tenders J.A.C. 10789 Southern California Pavement Striper, Road Slurry, Seal Coat & Highway Maintenance Ja

2011

69 29 34 40 45 62 15 14

05087 Northern California District Council Of Laborers Hod Carrier J.A.C. 05096 Northern California District Counil Of Laborers Parking & Highway Improvement Painter (L

10061 Northern California District Council Of Laborers Construction Craft Laborers J.A.T.C. 10679 Southern California Brick Tenders J.A.C

Completion Count 2007 2008 2009 2010 1 14 8 11 4 1 3 4 6 3 24 25 28 28 4 5 7 9 14 1 17 15 8 2 4 9 19 15 12 10 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 15

95 4 334 22 7

418 20 15

1 103 4 362 7 21

5 37

3 59

2 68

1 78

2 62

48

21 18

12 18

12 18

9 20

18 21

11 12

83 42 10

85 83 6

60 94 9

58 112 8

53 79 4 3 2 32

43 35 2

55

39

55

36

8 48 1 243 1 8 48

13 36 17-JAN-12


Program completions past 5 years

19161 San Diego Associated General Contractors J.A.C. 19731 Southern California Painting And Decorating Contractors Of America, Uac 19912 Associated Builders & Contractors Golden Gate Chapter Painting U.A.C.

PLASTERERS COMMITTEES 00014 Southern California Plastering Institute Apprenticeship Trust & Joint Apprenticeship Comm 00018 Bay Area Plastering Industry J.A.T.C. 00762 Northern California Plasterers J.A.T.C.

2006 5 5 6

00002 San Diego & Imperial Counties Pipe Trades J.A.C. 00011 Los Angeles Metropolitan Plumbers J.A.T.C. 00012 J. A. & T. C. , Plumbing, Pipe Fitting & Refrigeration Industry Of San Mateo 00015 Napa/Solano Counties Plumbers And Steamfitters J.A.T.C. 00021 Glendale, Burbank, San Fernando Valley & Antelope Valley Plumbers & Steamfitters J.A 00023 00037 00042 00056

The Joint Apprenticeship And Training Committee Of The Plumbing & Pipe Fitting Industr Plumbing & Pipefitting Industry Of Sacramento & Yolo District J.A.C. Contra Costa County Plumbing & Pipefitting Industry J A T C Long Beach Plumbers Jatc

00061 Monterey & Santa Cruz Counties Plumbers & Pipefitters J.A.T.C. 00117 00125 00156 00163

Fresno Area Plumbers, Pipe & Refrigeration Fitters J.A.T.C. Pipe Trades J.A.T.C. Of Santa Clara And San Benito Counties United Association Local Union 342 J.A.T.C. San Bernardino & Riverside Counties Plumbing & Steamfitter Trade J.A.C.

00238 Kern, Inyo & Mono Counties Plumbing, Pipefitter & Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Mechan 00277 Santa Barbara County Pipe Trades J.A.C. 00280 Los Angeles & Vicinity Steamfitters & Industrial Pipefitter J.A.T.C. 00368 San Joaquin- Stanislaus Area Plumbers, Pipe & Refrigeration Fitters, J.A.T.C. 00656 Orange County Plumbers & Steamfitters Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee 03029 Pomona And San Gabriel Valleys Plumbers & Steamfitters J.A.C. 04088 Ventura County Plumbing & Pipefitting J.A.C. 04391 Sprinkler Fitters U. A. Local 483 Joint Apprenticeship Committee 04501 Sprinkler Fitters U.A. Local 709 J.A.C. 07240 08378 08902 09334 10043

Yuba, Sutter & Colusa Counties Plumbers J.A.C. San Luis Obispo County Plumbing J.A.C. Oregon Sw Washington/Nw California Plumbers J.A.T.C. Reno Plumbers & Fitters J.A.T.C. Associated Builders & Contractors Golden Gate Chapter Plumbing U.A.C.

10556 Landscape & Irrigation Fitter Of Southern California J.A.T.C. 19570 California American Fire Sprinkler Association, U.A.C. 19699 Northern California Local 355 J.A.T.C. 19810 P.H.C.C. Of The Greater Sacramento Area Plumbers U.A.C. 19814 Associated Builders & Contractors Of San Diego, Inc. Plumbing / Pipefitting U.A.C. 19837 Southern California Chapter Of The Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc. Plumbers U.A 99100 Road Sprinkler Fitters U. A. Local 669 J.A.T.C.

ROOFERS COMMITTEES 00109 West Bay Counties Roofers And Waterproofers J.A.T.C. 00177 Southern California Roofers Waterproofers J.A.C. 02898 East Bay And North Bay Counties Roofers/Waterproofers J.A.T.C.

Comp past 5 years BT.DIS.Comp 5yr

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2011 9 2 5

29 7 13

18 11 11 1

19 10 15 1

12 4 5 11

8 2 3 6

11 5 2 4

25 17 20 24 30 30 28 11 1 8 13 28 34 15 5 5 34 15 15 34 9 37 21 6 4

36 29 14 16 31 25 24 15 3 2 7 28 13 13 11 10 28 9 21 31 6 35 25 4 6

18 41 21 13 26 31 24 14 4 5 3 37 37 18 10 12 23 13 28 28

28 55 11 14 31 19 14 13 5 3 5 25 34 14 4

30 21 15 13 13 38 12 10 9 3 6 22 24 21

19 11 27 15

20 12 11

26 23 1

7 5 10 16 6 10 18 11 26

39 24 2 6 1 12 5 20 24 5 6 15 10 18

15 29 4

12 1 11 8 4 6 14 10 20

26 23 21 14 31 37 13 8 4 4 10 36 21 21 17 6 41 9 16 24 1 3 12 9 4 2 21 7 8 9 2 15 9 8 22

18 2 7 14 3 8 11 8 14

17 5

13 66 20

18 70 14

23 95 17

12 54 25

8 44 14

13 31 20

05090 Southern California Plastering Apprenticeship Trust & Joint Apprenticeship Committee

PLUMBING COMMITTEES

Completion Count 2007 2008 2009 2010 10 16 8 14 9 2 7 9 8 8 7 4

9 4 3 11 15 8

17-JAN-12


Program completions past 5 years

07293 San Diego & Imperial Counties Slate, Tile & Composition Roofer J.A.C. 07294 Central Valley Roofers, Waterproofers & Allied Workers J.A.T.C.

2006 1 5

09028 Valley Roofers & Waterproofers J.A.T.C. 09069 Santa Clara Valley Area Roofers J.A.T.C. 10646 Roy O. Huffman Roof Company

19

19704 Independent Roofing Contractors Of California, U.A.C.

SHEET METAL COMMITTEES 00010 Bay Area Sheet Metal Jac 00020 Southern California Sheet Metal J.A.&T.C. 00045 Kern & Northern Los Angeles Counties Air Conditioning & Sheet Metal Workers J.A.T.C. 00052 Fresno Sheet Metal Workers J.A.T.C. 00123 Northern California Valley Sheet Metal Industry J.A.C. 00131 San Diego Sheet Metal J.A.C. 03275 Modesto Area Sheet Metal Workers Jatc 03327 04489 07238 19421

Southern California Sheet Metal J.A.&T.C. Tri Counties Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Industry J.A.C. Monterey, Santa Cruz And San Benito Counties Sheet Metal Joint Apprenticeship Comm Air Conditioning Trades Association U.A.C.

19821 Associated Builders & Contractors Of San Diego, Inc. Sheet Metal U.A.C.

SURVEYOR COMMITTEES 09442 Northern California Surveyors Joint Apprenticeship.Committee 17293 Southern California Surveyors J.A.C.

TILE LAYER/SETTER COMMITTEES 00029 Joint Apprenticeship Committee Tile & Terrazo Industry 00088 Northern California Tile Industry Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee 10121 Bricklayers & Allied Crafts Local 3 J.A.T.& E.C. 10999 Sacramento Area Tile, Terrazzo & Marble Trades J.A.T.C. 19757 Terrazzo Finisher Jatc For Southern California 19760 Terrazzo Setters Jatc For Southern California

Comp past 5 years BT.DIS.Comp 5yr

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128 53 3 3 10 10

Completion Count 2007 2008 2009 2010 2 6 2 1 6 4 1 3 2 12 6 1 4 1 12 38 16 23

6

22

136 82 3

106 79 3

132 74 6

28 14

17 14

17 6

22 12 1 2 6

24 15 9 9 5

48

8

114 53 3 16 28 18 1 32 10 10 3 6

17 48

27 112

14 83

11 70

10 38

8 18

45 62 2 39 6 1

73 53 1 24

81 42 6 20

49 16

33 14 3 3 1

31 8

26 13 11 9 3

142 50 8 11 20 19 3 26 6 3

2011 1

1 1

4 5 7

4 2

17-JAN-12


Propositions S & N Contractor Outreach Report - Quarter Four