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January 14, 2014 Vol. 58, Issue #02

Happy New Year! This past year has brought many changes to MBA – one of the most notable is our new database, MemberZone, which provides us with many new features we will be sharing with you soon. You will have access to your personal MBA website and have the opportunity to to share “hot deals and opportunities” and create more interaction with other MBA members. We are in the process of planning our annual Crab Feed, which will be held Friday, January 31st, at the Margaret Todd Senior Center. Details are on the events calendar which can be found on our website. This event is always lots of fun and the proceeds go to support our scholarship program. We hope you can join us! Here are our upcoming trainings: • A CPR class is scheduled for Tuesday, January 21st from 8:30AM – 12:30PM and GHS • Training (Hazard Communication) will be held that afternoon from 1PM – 3PM. Details on these classes can be found on our website events calendar. As you can see, we are working hard to provide you with benefits and services that relate to your business success. We would appreciate hearing from you to let us know if there are special needs we can provide to you and your business. We hope that the New Year will bring you success and prosperity, and we look forward to seeing you soon! Regards, Barbara Jones Membership Manager


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  GHS  TRAINING   (Hazard  Communication)   Tuesday  –  January  21st  2014   1:00  P.M.  –  3:00  P.M.   660  Las  Gallinas  Avenue,  San  Rafael   $30  Members        ~        $45  non-­‐members   Are  you  prepared  for  December  2013?                                                                        ●  OSHA’s  deadline  for  workers  to  be  trained  on  the  revised                                                  Hazard  Communication  standard  is  quickly  approaching.                                                                            ●The  new  GHS  system  will  replace  the  old  MSDS  system.                                                                            ●This  90-­‐minute  class  will  certify  you  in  GHS/HAZ  Com  standards.                                                                            ●Class  includes  trainee  wallet  cards  and  GHS  poster.     Company  Name:  ______________________________________________      Phone:      ________________     Person(s)  attending:      ___________________________________________________________________    

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Notice inviting bids for

O’Reilly Auto Parts Wednesday, January 15th, 2014 @ 4:00 PM

IN THIS ISSUE ________________________

San Rafael, CA

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Details: Do NOT contact with Owner, Architect, Mechanical/Electrical engineers,

MBA Member Manager Letter ...............1

structural engineers, etc. This is a Remodel/Tenant Improvements Project For

REGISTER: GHS Training ..................2

questions: Bill Canning 209-536-6240

Project of the Week

Plans and specifications may be viewed online by subscribers to the MBA Online Plan Service.

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REGISTER: CPR-First Aid Class .............4 SIGN-UP: Crab Feed 2014 .....................5 The Capitol Connection

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5 Things You Need to Know

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SAVE THE DATE: MBA 2014 Events ...9 Phil Vermeulen

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Guest Article by Dan McLennon .....12 SAFETY: Van Safety Permits

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Tax Liens & Completions Project Bid Schedule

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Classifieds ..........................................43 __________________________

CONTACT MBA 660 Las Gallinas Avenue San Rafael, CA 94903 ◆ Office: 415-462-1220 Fax: 415-462-1225

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“CRAB FEED”

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FUNDRAISER Friday – January 31st, 2014 Margaret Todd Senior Center 1560 Hill Road, Novato 6:00 P.M. No-host cocktails 7:00 P.M. Dinner

“Live Auction” & “50/50 Raffle” ***************************************

We wish to purchase ___ dinner tickets @ $70 each. We would like to sponsor a table for 10 @ $750____. (Sponsorship includes 10 drink tickets, gift bags, company name on table, event advertising and special recognition in Marin Home Magazine.)

We would like to support the MBA Scholarship Program with a contribution of: $100___ $250___ $500___ $1,000___ Other___

(Contributor names will be included in event advertising and recognized in Marin Home Magazine.)

Return reservation form to MBA, 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903; fax to (415) 462-1225 or go to our website www.marinba.org to register and pay online. We accept Visa and MasterCard. ***************************************************************************** You are hereby authorized to charge our Visa ( ) MasterCard ( ) account for $_________

Company Name/Name on Card:________________________________________ MC/Visa Account #______________________________Expiration Date_________3 Digit Code______ Credit Card Billing Address_______________________________________________ City, State, Zip__________________________________________________________ Approved Signature______________________________________Date____________ (Billing address, zip code and 3 digit security code (last 3 digits on back of card) required for processing.)

PLEASE INCLUDE PAYMENT WITH ALL RESERVATIONS. (No cancellations or refunds after January 24th.)

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The Capitol Connection Q&A for Contractors By Shauna Krause, Capitol Services, Inc.

The New Year brings us new laws in

for the time period “between the expiration

charged as a misdemeanor by a prosecutor. Now,

California. A bevy of bills signed by the

date and the date of submission of a correct and

if a prosecutor does not file charges, CSLB has

Governor are important to contractors this

acceptable renewal application.” So while you

administrative authority to discipline violators.”

year. State legislation, taking effect January

might save $180.00, your license record will still

first is as common as the ball dropping in

show an expiration that could have an adverse

While AB 44 does not actually take effect

Times Square -- and 2014 is no exception.

impact if you are involved in any future lawsuit.

until the middle of 2014, it is worth noting. At present, “The Subletting and Subcontracting

With CA experiencing a record dry year, it is

As this column has mentioned many times, it

Fair Practices Act requires the entity taking

interesting to note that a water conservation law

is best to send or deliver your renewal to the

bids for the construction of any public work or

added to the state Civil Code in 2009 (Senate

CSLB early. Make sure to double check that the

improvement to specify that any person making

Bill 407) will make a ‘splash’. This requires

correct personnel have signed the application

a bid or offer to perform the work shall, in his or

anyone applying for building alterations or

and that the correct fee is attached. It you

her bid or offer, include specified information,

improvements to single-family residences

want to make sure the Board has received your

including the name and location of the place of

built before January 1, 1994 to replace all

renewal, send it priority or overnight, hand-

business of each subcontractor”

plumbing fixtures with water-saving models

deliver it in person or call Capitol Services for

“as a condition for issuance of a certificate of

assistance.

Commencing July 1, 2014, this new law will

final completion and occupancy or final permit

require that the California contractor license

approval by the local building department”. In

Existing law allows for disciplinary action

number of each subcontractor be provided as

other words, if a homeowner contracts for a

against a licensed contractor who aids an

a part of the bid document. Now is the time to

kitchen remodel, they may also be required to

unlicensed person in evading the Contractors’

prepare for the change. If you have questions

replace their old toilets and install water-saving

State License Law. Under existing law, any

about how new laws impact your license just

showerheads throughout the residence. It has

person who willfully and intentionally uses, with

give us a call.

generally been left to “public entities that supply

intent to defraud, a contractor’s license number

water” to pass an ordinance or resolution to

that does not correspond to a currently valid

enact and enforce this law.

contractor’s license held by that person, is guilty

While knowledge is power, knowing where to

of a crime. SB 261 will now allow the CSLB

go for the answers is half the battle. Get expert

Contractors who send in their renewal on time,

to take additional administrative action against

assistance immediately when you call 866-443-

only to have it returned for corrections, will

licensed or unlicensed individuals who commit

0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us

not be required to pay a delinquency fee if a

violations related to the fraudulent possession,

at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 580,

“corrected and acceptable renewal application is

alteration, or use of a contractor’s license –

Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns

returned by the licensee within 30 days after the

such as allowing an unlicensed person to use

at www.cutredtape.com.

license expiration date.” Senate Bill 822 made

his or her license. According to the CSLB,

this change; however, it did NOT change the

“previously, an offense could not be alleged

fact that your license will still show as “expired”

administratively, as the law only allowed it to be

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2013-2014 MBA DIRECTORS & OFFICERS President jim Schalich - Schalich Bros. Construction Vice President Tyler Doherty - Cal-West Rentals, Inc. Chief Financial Officer Tom Barr - Ghilotti Bros., Inc. SECRETARY John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting

January 16-17

Past President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets REGISTER BEFORE SPOTS FILL UP! Questions? Call 866-878-6008 or visit BayAreaEnergyUpgrade.org today.

Executive Director KLIF KNOLES

Aimi Dutra - The Dutra Group Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Clayton Fraser - West Bay Builders Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Jeff Grady - California Mortgage Advisors Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Dan McLennon - McLennon Law Corporation Herb Moran - Insurance Consultant Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Dave Trahan - Patriot Mechanical Michelle Whiteside - Whiteside Construction STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception MBA MEMBER

CONSULTANTS Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst Terrence Knoles - Publications The weekly bulletin is owned by MBA. Archive available at www.marinba.org 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903 Publisher: Klif Knoles Marin Builders Association ◆ WEEKLY BULLETIN ◆ Page 7


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BY CASEY MAZZONI MARIN BUILDERS ASSOCIATION LEGISLATIVE ANALYST casey@marinba.org

5 things you need to know Marin Builders Association working for YOU!

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. SUPERVISOR KATE SEARS IS VOTED AS BOARD PRESIDENT. http://www.marinij.com/marinnews/ci_24866193/southern-marinsupervisor-takes-turn-board-president

“Cheers to a

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. NOVATO HAS A MANY VACANCIES ON BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES. APPLY NOW! http://www.ci.novato.ca.us/Index. aspx?page=316

new year and another chance

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. 2014 NORTH BAY CONSTRUCTION TRENDS http://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/85138/2014-trends-northbay-enjoys-surge-in-industrial-construction/

for us to get it right.”

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. NOVATO CITY COUNCIL LIFTS MORATORIUM ON THE REDWOOD CORRIDOR. http://www.marinij.com/novato/ci_24866432/novato-residentsspeak-out-at-city-council-meeting

― Oprah Winfrey

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. LEVINE HEADS UP FRACKING MORATORIUM. http://sanrafael.patch.com/groups/politics-and-elections/p/sanrafael-assemblyman-leads-fracking-moratorium-push

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SAVE THE DATES

01.21.14

2014 events

CPR/FIRST AID CLASS @ Marin Builders Association 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

01.21.14

GHS TRAINING @ Marin Builders Association 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

01.31.14

ANNUAL CRAB FEED @ Margaret Todd Center 6:00 PM

05.02.14 09.22.14

BOCCE BALL TOURNAMENT Details TBA

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DIR To Implement New Contractor Fee For Prevailing Wage Compliance on Public Works by Phil Vermeulen, MBA Legislative Advocate

governor has his way, this will be no more!

prevailing wage determinations, monitoring, and enforcement throughout the state. This represents an increase of more than 20 positions compared to prior enforcement levels.”

For Compliance

As you will read in the next article, the governor

Here’s how this will work if it is approved. ALL

If your company does public works projects in

released his proposed budget yesterday. Buried in

contractors performing public works projects will

California then you know that the Compliance

the hundreds of pages on Page 129 (see attached

have to pay an annual fee of $300. Contractors

Monitoring Unit or “CMU” is a component

budget summary) is the following blurb:

will be required to pay the fee online and receive a

Also In This Update

Since the creation of this program, funding to run

Governor Releases Proposed Budget

it has come from charging the awarding bodies

Legislature Rejects Flex Time

(the public works agencies), along with the

Legislation

state’s general fund and state bonds. BUT, if the

Public Works To Assess New Contractor Fee

within the Department of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE). The CMU assumed prevailing wage enforcement on most public works projects (state and local) commencing back on January 1, 2012. Since then all public agencies have been required to submit to the “CMU’ information about their construction projects, including the names of all contractors, and all other pertinent information. But wait, there’s more! Did you know that as a public works contractor you are required to submit your certified payroll records online (in PDF Format) to the CMU? Registration to have authorization to do this is at https://apps.dir.ca.gov/eCPR/DAS/altlogin (press control + click to access the link). For questions on the new system, you may also send an email to CMU@DIR.CA.GOV.

registration number that you will then be required

“• Public Works/Prevailing Wage Consolidation — The Budget includes multiple adjustments to consolidate all public works and prevailing wage enforcement activities within a single unit supported by a new registration fee on contractors who choose to work on public works projects. The fee will support an $11.4 million program with 83 positions. The new fee will eliminate the program’s reliance on the General Fund and bond funds tied to public works projects, which have resulted in funding challenges in the past. These funding changes, along with programmatic efficiencies realized through the consolidation, will provide the program with a stable funding source to support

to list on all public works bids. The final logistics has not been determined yet. I called my longtime friend Christine Baker, Director of the Department of Industrial Relations, this afternoon and she promised to send me more detailed information as soon as she can write it. Stay tuned! I will “keep you in the loop” to ensure you are on top of all of this. Again, at this juncture it is only proposed. Governor Releases Proposed Budget Bracing against calls for more spending after years of recession-era cuts, Gov. Jerry Brown yesterday proposed modest increases for social services next fiscal year, with billions of dollars in surplus revenue going to reduce state debt. The plan includes funding for about $6 billion in deferred payments to schools and a $1.6 billion contribution to a rainy-day fund.

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In a message to lawmakers, Brown says past

employers to pay daily overtime after eight hours

AB 907 would have relieved employers,

borrowing, unfunded retirement obligations and

of work and weekly overtime after 40 hours of

especially smaller employers, from the

other costs have created a “mountain of long-term

work.

administrative cost and burden of adopting an

liabilities” and that “wisdom and prudence should be the order of the day.”

alternative workweek schedule. Pursuant to AB Even the other two states that impose daily

907, at the request of the employee, an employer

overtime requirements allow the employer and

would be able to implement a flexible work

Brown planned to release his annual spending

employee to essentially waive the daily eight-

schedule that allows the employee to work up to

outline at a series of news conferences today

hour overtime requirement through a written

10 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week, without

(Friday), with appearances in Sacramento,

agreement.

the payment of overtime. Employers should be

San Diego and Los Angeles. His office hastily

able to negotiate through a written agreement,

rescheduled those events for yesterday after the

California, however, provides no such common-

revocable by either party, the daily/weekly

document became public.

sense alternative. Rather, California requires

schedule that satisfies the needs of both the

employers to navigate through a multi-step

employee(s) and the employer.

The election-year spending plan will open six

process to have employees elect an alternative

months of budget negotiations at the Capitol, with

workweek schedule that, once adopted, must be

Key Vote

Brown preparing for a likely re-election bid.

“regularly” scheduled. This process is filled with

AB 907 failed to pass Assembly Labor and

potential traps for costly litigation, as one misstep

Employment on January 8 on a party-line vote of

may render the entire alternative workweek

2-5.

CLICK HERE (marinba.org/Legislation/CAbudget2014.pdf ) for a summary copy of the budget proposal.

schedule invalid and leave the employer on the hook for claims of unpaid overtime wages.

Ayes: Gorell (R-Camarillo), Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga).

Legislature Rejects Flex Time Legislation

So, who would oppose such a common sense

Noes: Alejo (D-Salinas), Chau (D-Alhambra),

A bill we strongly supported that sought to

bill? Public worker unions!

Gomez (D-Los Angeles), Hernández (D-West Covina), Holden (D-Pasadena).

eliminate the burdensome alternative workweek election process and allow the employee the

Alternative Workweek Use

opportunity to request a workweek schedule

Currently, there are 23,994 alternative workweek

addressing the needs of both the employer and

schedules reported with the Division of Labor

employee failed to pass the Assembly Labor and

Standards and Enforcement. According to

Employment Committee this week.

the Employment Development Department’s

CLICK HERE

calculations in 2009, there are approximately

(marinba.org/Legislation/CAbudget2014.pdf )

AB 907 (Conway; R-Tulare) would have

1,347,245 employers in California.

allowed an employee to voluntarily request a

At best, approximately 2% of California

flexible work schedule, with an opportunity

employers are utilizing the alternative workweek

to work four 10-hour workdays without the

schedule option. More realistically, however,

employer incurring overtime.

given that the information in the database is

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according to work unit instead of employer, it is California 1 of 3 States

likely that less than 1% of employers in California

California is one of only three states that require

are utilizing this process.

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New Employment Laws for 2014 In 2013, Governor Brown signed into law several important bills that significantly impact the landscape of employment law. Below are summaries of some of the most important new employment laws. Each of the summaries is brief, focusing on the gist of the bill, while some of the bills have additional provisions that are not mentioned. Links are provided to the full text of each of the bills for those wanting to know in detail the provisions of the new law. Unless otherwise indicated, all of the bills will have an effective date of January 1, 2014. Employers are encouraged to review these laws with management and supervisors to ensure that existing policies and employee handbooks are updated to comply with the new laws. State Minimum Wage Increase (A.B. 10) Effective July 1, 2014, California’s minimum wage will increase from $8.00 per hour to $9.00 per hour. Effective January 1, 2016, the minimum wage will increase from $9.00 per hour to $10.00 per hour. While the financial impact of the minimum wage increase is apparent, the legal effect of the minimum wage increase requires careful consideration and analysis. One of the most significant impacts the increase in minimum wage will have is on the legal standard for classifying certain employees as exempt versus non-exempt. Misclassification of exempt versus non-exempt employees can be an extremely costly mistake for employers to make and is a heavily litigated area of employment law. Exempt employees are exempt from the Labor Code’s overtime and meal and rest period requirements, among other things, while non-exempt employees are not. To qualify as exempt, one of the tests that must be satisfied is the “salary basis” test. (Exempt employees must also satisfy the “duties” test.) To satisfy the “salary basis” test, the employee must be paid (1) on a guaranteed, minimum salary basis that cannot be reduced no matter how many hours are actually worked; and (2) a minimum salary of at least two times the state minimum wage. This means that beginning July 1, 2014, salaried exempt employees must make at least $37,440 in annual salary to satisfy the “salary basis” prong of the exempt employee test. [$9.00/hr x 2080 hours per year = $18,720 x 2 = $37,440] Beginning January 1, 2016, salaried exempt employees must make at least $41, 600. [$10.00/hr x 2080 hours per year = $20,800 x 2 = $41,600]

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Additionally, the regular rate of pay for exempt commissioned salespeople must equal at least 1.5 times the state minimum wage. This amount will increase to $13.50/hr or $2340 per month on July 1, 2014, then to $15.00/hr or $2600 per month on January 1, 2016. Employers who misclassify non-exempt employees as exempt face potentially significant penalties in overtime and meal and rest period wage claims. Employers Who Fail to Pay Minimum Wage Must Also Pay to Employees Liquidated Damages In Addition to Other Penalties (A.B. 442) AB 442 amends Labor Code section 1194.2 and 1197.2 by adding liquidated damages to be paid to employees by employers who the Labor Commissioner has cited to be in violation of the minimum wage laws. The California Court of Appeal recently clarified that recovery of liquidated damages under Labor Code section 1194.2 is subject to a one-year statute of limitation, unlike the three-year statute of limitation applicable to unpaid wages and waiting time penalties. (Bain v. Tax Reducers, Inc. (2013) 219 Cal. App. 4th 110.) Employers Who Successfully Defend Wage Claims Are No Longer Automatically Entitled to Attorney’s Fees and Costs under Cal. Labor Code 218.5 (S.B. 462) Employers who prevail against an employee filing a wage claim action must now show that the employee filed his or her action in bad faith in order to recover its attorney’s fees and costs incurred in defense of the action. Prior to this amendment to Labor Code 218.5, prevailing employers in wage actions could automatically recover their attorney’s fees and costs against unsuccessful plaintiff employees. The Legislature determined that under this prior law, the risk of being subjected to a defending employers’ attorney’s fees and costs were deterring employee plaintiffs from pursuing valid wage claims. With the new law, employees with legitimate and valid wage claims may now pursue their claims against their employers without any exposure for their employer’s potentially astronomical attorney’s fees and costs. Labor Commissioner Award to Employee May Become a Lien on Employer’s Real Property (AB 1386) This bill amends section 98.2 of the Labor Code. It sets forth rights to appeal following determination by the Labor Commissioner of amounts owing by an employer to an employee. A bond must be posted as a condition to proceeding with an appeal. If the appealing party loses the appeal, that party pays the other parties’ attorney fees and costs. If the determination order becomes final and is not satisfied, the Labor Commissioner may record a certificate of lien in the amount of the order on the employer's real property.

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Enforcement of Prevailing Wage Law is Expanded S.B. 377 establishes deadlines by which the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) must issue “coverage determinations” that will determine what projects are “public works” upon request. S.B. 377 also extends the time for the Labor Commissioner and private joint labormanagement committees to assess and to sue to recover unpaid prevailing wages and penalties. Additionally, parties filing a notice of completion and public agencies accepting completion of public works are required to report the notice or acceptance to the Labor Commissioner. If this is not reported to the Labor Commissioner, the time for the Labor Commissioner to issue a wage and penalty assessment and the time for the joint labor-management committee to file an action for unpaid prevailing wages is tolled until proper notice is given. Time is also tolled for any time required for the Director of the DIR to issue a coverage determination and time for an action against a contractor or subcontractor who fails properly to provide certified payroll records in response to a request from the Labor Commissioner, a join labor-management committee, or a DIRapproved labor compliance program. A.B. 1336 extends the time for the Labor Commissioner to issue wage and penalty assessments for unpaid wages, penalties and liquidated damages against a contractor and subcontractor from 180 days to 18 months following the filing of a notice of completion or acceptance of the work. This bill also similarly extends the time for a joint labor-management committee to bring an action against an employer for prevailing wage violations from 180 days to 18 months and authorizes recovery of liquidated damages, civil penalties, interest, and injunctive and equitable relief in addition to unpaid wages. Effective January 1, 2015, S.B. 7 prevents a charter city from receiving or using state funding for city construction projects if the city has a charter provision or ordinance that allows the charter city to take advantage of the “home rule” exemption of the California Constitution allowing such cities to avoid paying prevailing wages for locally funded projects. This prohibition also applies to charter cities who have awarded, within the prior two years, a public works contract without requiring the contractor to comply with the Prevailing Wage Law. This bill places substantial pressure upon charter cities to require compliance with the Prevailing Wage Law on its charter city projects. For the first time in legislative history, S.B. 54 applies training and prevailing wage rate obligations to private industry. Specifically, prevailing wage rates will now apply to employers and employees working in the construction, alteration, demolition, installation, repair, or maintenance work at certain chemical manufacturing and processing facilities, including refineries, whether or not the construction is subsidized by public funds. S.B. 776 closed loopholes in prevailing wage law by clarifying that deductions from workers’ paychecks for fringe benefits such as monitoring and enforcing worker protection laws could not count as a credit towards a contractor’s obligation to pay prevailing wages. This bill was put forth in response to anti-union contractors who used money taken from workers’ paychecks to fund “labor compliance” committees that had no worker participation and were arguably used to advance the employer’s anti-worker agenda. 3 of 6 Compiled by Christine Lee of McLennon Law Corporation ©2013

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Employers Must Pay Premium One-Hour Wage for Each Day a “Recovery Period” or “Cool Down Period” Is Not Provided. (S.B. 435) Most employers know that Labor Code Section 226.7 imposes a one-hour premium wage penalty for each day that the employer fails to provide a non-exempt employee with meal and rest periods. Effective January 1, 2014, SB 435 amends Labor Code Section 226.7 to apply the one hour premium wage penalty additionally for any missed “recovery period.” “Recovery period” is defined as “a cool down period afforded an employee to prevent heat illness.” CAL-OSHA regulations require that when the temperature is 85 degrees or higher employees be ”allowed and encouraged to take a cool-down rest in the shade for a period of no less than five minutes at a time when they feel the need to do so.” There is no limit to the number of cool-down periods an employee may request. See 8 California Code of Regulations 3395(d)(3). Employers should review CA OSHA resources for preventing heat illness. This new amendment will undoubtedly lead to new individual and class-action litigation particularly involving construction and agricultural employers. Harsh Consequences for Employers for “Unfair Immigration-Related Practices” and Retaliation Re Immigrant Workers (S.B. 666 and A.B. 263) Effective January 1, 2014, S.B. 666 imposes a civil penalty of up to $10,000 per violation against employers who report or threaten to report an employee’s, former employee’s, employee’s family member, or prospective employee’s suspected immigration status, in response to protected conduct. Protected conduct includes claims made (in writing or verbally) for unpaid wages or overtime or claims made under any federal or state labor and employment laws. In addition to the civil penalty, employers violating this law may also have their business license suspended or revoked. Additionally, this law provides that attorneys may be disbarred, suspended, or subject to disciplinary action for reporting or threatening to report a witness’s suspected immigration status. A.B. 263 mirrors the language of S.B. 666 but also authorizes a private right of action for any individuals aggrieved by the violation of these laws and allows such individuals to recover equitable relief, damages and penalties. The exhaustion of administrative remedies is not required in order to enforce the rights contained in these laws. Importantly, if an adverse employment action is taken within 90 days of the exercising of protected conduct, a rebuttable presumption is created that the adverse action was made for the purpose of retaliation. Employers are cautioned to be wary during this 90 day period and to document well the basis for taking any employment action against certain employees to rebut this legal presumption. 4 of 6 Compiled by Christine Lee of McLennon Law Corporation ©2013

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Sexual Desire Not Required to Establish Sexual Harassment under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (S.B. 292) This amendment to the Fair Employment Housing Act (FEHA) clarifies that sexual harassment need not be motivated by actual sexual desire or intent to establish a sexual harassment claim. This amendment was proposed in response to the Court of Appeal’s decision in Kelley v. Conco Companies, 196 Cal. App. 4th 191 (2011) where the Court held that the male plaintiff who was subjected to repeated crude sexual comments by other male co-workers could not establish a sexual harassment claim since he could not establish actual sexual desire or intent on the part of the alleged harassers. San Francisco Ordinance Supports Work Schedule Flexibility for Working Parents San Francisco Mayor Edward Lee signed into law the San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance which grants parents and caretakers the right to request modified work schedules, such as change in start times, part-time and part-year schedules, telecommuting and schedule predictability. The ordinance applies to San Francisco employers with 20 or more employees, including part-time employees, who have worked for at least 6 months and who work at least 8 hours per week. Employers must also inform employees of the new ordinance and post information about it in the workplace. Under the ordinance, employers must meet with the employee within 21 days of the employee’s request for change in schedule and provide a verbal and written response. If the request is denied, the employer must provide a bona fide business reason for the denial which may include: (1) the identifiable cost of the change in a term or condition of employment, including the cost of productivity loss, retraining or hiring employee, or transferring employees from one facility to another; (2) the detrimental effect on the ability to meet customer or client demands; (3) the inability to organize work among other employees; and (4) insufficient work to be performed during the time the employee proposes to work. If denied, the employee then has 30 days to seek reconsideration which will again require the employer to meet within 21 days and respond in writing. San Francisco’s Office of Labor Standards Enforcement can investigate violations and take administrative and legal action to enforce the ordinance and pursue certain remedies. The ordinance does not create a private right of action.

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Paid Family Leave Benefits Expanded To Those Caring For Seriously Ill Extended Family Members (S.B. 770) Effective July 1, 2014, employees who are eligible to take family leave and who have contributed to the State Disability Insurance (SDI) are entitled to up to six weeks of partial-pay each year while taking time off from work to: (1) bond with a newborn, adopted or fostered child; (2) care for a seriously ill parent, child, spouse, or domestic partner; and now (3) care for seriously ill grandchildren, grandparents, siblings or parents-in-law. Employers will need to distribute updated Paid Family Leave notices to new hires and existing employees requesting time off for a covered reason. Notably, this bill does not change who is eligible to take job-protected family leave--it simply expands the paid family leave benefits to those already eligible for such benefits. The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) and federal Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which affords paid or unpaid job protected leave, is not available to all employees. The CFRA/FMLA apply to employers who employ 50 or more employees and authorize job-protected leave to those caring for a child, spouse, or parent. These laws do not apply to care for grandparent, grandchild, sibling or parent-inlaw. Further, the CFRA applies only to employees who have (1) worked for at least 12 months before the date of leave begins, (2) worked at least 1250 hours in the 12 month period prior to the leave; and (3) work at a location where the employer has at least 50 employees within a 75 mile radius of the employee’s worksite. Comment Many of the foregoing changes in law will undoubtedly create more litigation in the employment law arena. Employers are strongly urged to review the laws carefully, update their employee handbooks and policies properly, and take steps to ensure that all supervisory personnel are adequately informed and trained in how properly to handle issues related to employee rights and claims. --Christine Lee

New Employment Laws for 2014 In 2013, Governor Brown signed into law several important bills that significantly impact the landscape of employment law. Below are summaries of some of the most important new 6 of 6 employment laws. Each of theby summaries is of brief, focusing on the gist ©2013 of the bill, while some of the Compiled Christine Lee McLennon Law Corporation Marin Builders Association ◆ WEEKLY BULLETIN ◆ Page 17 bills have additional provisions that are not mentioned. Links are provided to the full text of each of


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New Laws for 2014 that Affect Contractors Over 2500 bills were introduced by the California Legislature in the first half of the 2013-2014 session. Below are summaries of some of the more important bills affecting contractors in their roles as contractors, effective January 1, 2014 unless otherwise noted. Many other bills will impact them in other roles, such as being businesses, taxpayers, and employers. For MLC’s Law Note reporting on changes in the laws affecting employers in 2014, please visit our website’s Employment Law Notes page. Each of the summaries are brief, focusing on the gist of the bill, while most of the bills have additional provisions that are not mentioned. Links are provided to the full text of each of the bills for those wanting to know in detail the provisions of the new law. Lastly, reference is made to failed bills that are likely to be revisited next session. Payment and Performance Protections Performance and Payment Bonds Required for P3’s - Public Private Partnerships. (AB 164) (Wieckowski D) Sponsored by ASAC As with other public works projects, this bill requires performance and payment bonds in leaseleaseback deals between a governmental agency undertaking an infrastructure project and a private entity (“P3” Projects) as security to ensure the completion of the construction of the facility and to ensure payment of claims of laborers, mechanics, and materials suppliers employed on the work under contract. Licensure CSLB Gains Additional Weapons against Persons Fraudulently Using Contractor’s License Number Not Their Own. (SB 261) (Monning D) Sponsored by Contractor’s State License Board It is already a crime in California for someone to use fraudulently a contractor’s license number that does not belong to him or her. Presently, the CSLB may issue citations and cease and desist orders to such persons, and this new law gives the CSLB the power to prosecute such persons under its administrative agency disciplinary powers. It Is Now a Crime for a Qualifying Individual to Fail to Exercise Sufficient Direct Supervision and Control over the Company’s Construction Operations. (SB 262) (Monning D) Sponsored by Contractor’s State License Board A qualifying person is responsible for exercising that direct supervision and control needed to secure compliance by the company with secure full compliance with the Contractors’ State License 1 of 4 © 2013 McLennon Law Corporation Special thanks to Skip Daum of Capitol Communications Group for his assistance in sifting through and summarizing bills.

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Law and the regulations of the Contractors’ State License Board relating to construction operations. This law makes violation of these provisions grounds for disciplinary action and a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not to exceed 6 months and/or a fine of $3,000 to $5,000. The frightening part of this new law is that it is not clear what level of supervision and control is required to comply with the law. Prevailing Wage Big Brother Is Watching: Revenue Recovery and Collaborative Enforcement Team Act. (AB 576) (V. Manuel Pérez D) Sponsored by Board of Equalization This law authorizes creation of a multiagency team to be known as “the Revenue Recovery and Collaborative Enforcement Team,” consisting of the Franchise Tax Board, Department of Justice, State Board of Equalization, and Employment Development Department. Its purpose is to collaborate in combating criminal tax evasion associated with the underground economy by, among other activities, developing a plan for a central intake process and organizational structure to document, review, and evaluate data and complaints. The bill would authorize other specified state entities to participate in the pilot program in an advisory capacity. This authority sunsets January 1, 2019. Deductions from Worker Paychecks for Certain Fringe Benefits May Not Be Counted Toward Prevailing Wage Payments. (SB 776)(Corbett D) Sponsored by State Building & Construction Trades Council and various unions This amendment closes loopholes in prevailing wage law by clarifying that deductions from workers’ paychecks for fringe benefits such as monitoring and enforcing worker protection laws do not count as a credit towards a contractor’s obligation to pay prevailing wages. This bill was put forth in response to anti-union contractors who used money taken from workers’ paychecks to fund “labor compliance” committees that had no worker participation and were arguably used to advance the employer’s anti-worker agenda. Charter Cities Must Pay Prevailing Wages if They Receive State Funding. (SB 7) (Steinberg D) Sponsored by State Building and Construction Trades Council of California, AFL-CIO Effective January 1, 2015, SB 7 prevents a charter city from receiving or using state funding for city construction projects if the city has a charter provision or ordinance that allows the charter city to take advantage of the “home rule” exemption of the California Constitution allowing such cities to avoid paying prevailing wages for locally funded projects. This prohibition also applies to charter cities who have awarded, within the prior two years, a public works contract without requiring the contractor to comply with the Prevailing Wage Law. This bill places substantial pressure upon charter cities to require compliance with the Prevailing Wage Law on its charter city projects.

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Bidding Listing of Subcontractors in General Contractor’s Bid Must Include Subcontractor License Numbers. (AB 44) (Buchanan D) Sponsored by Northern California Carpenters Regional Council The Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act requires the entity taking bids for the construction of any public work or improvement to specify that prime contractors include in their bids the name and location of the place of business of each subcontractor who will perform at least .05% of the total bid amount. Commencing July 1, 2014 the prime contractor must also include the listed subcontractor’s license number. The public entity, at its option, may allow the prime contractor to supply the subcontractor’s license number up to 24 hours after the deadline for submitting bids. Insurance Surplus Lines Carriers May Provide Insurance to Licensed LLC’s. Sponsored by Association of California Insurance Companies

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LLC’s holding construction licenses in California must maintain liability insurance. This bill allows surplus lines carriers to provide this insurance. Surplus lines coverage is not protected under the California Insurance Guaranty Act, and there is no source of funds aside from the LLC itself if the surplus lines carrier cannot pay policy benefits. Construction Defects Home Sellers Must Disclose Construction Defects Claims. (SB 652) (DeSaulnier D) Sponsored by California Building Industry Association This bill requires that residential property sellers must include in their Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS) any claims for damages previously made. Design Build Transportation: design-build: highways. (AB 401) (Daly D) Sponsored by Professional Engineers in CA Government (PECG) & several transportation authorities and unions This new law authorizes CalTrans (for up to 10 projects), regional transportation systems for certain projects (projects on or adjacent to the state highway system and expressways that are not on the state highway system) to use design-build procurement based on either best value or lowest responsible bid. This bill is likely to result in litigation over “best value” determinations. Counties’ Design-Build Authority Extended to July 1, 2016. (AB 195) (Hall D) Sponsored by Los Angeles County This bill extends from July 1, 2014 to July 1, 2016 authority for counties to use design-build procurement for certain county construction projects in excess of $2,500,000.

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Construction Manager At-Risk Counties Now Authorized to Use “Construction Manager At-Risk” Procurement for Projects over $1,000,000. (SB 328) (Knight R) Sponsored by San Bernardino County and other counties A county, with approval of the board of supervisors, may now for projects over $1,000,000 use construction manager at-risk construction contracts for the erection, construction, alteration, repair, or improvement of any building owned or leased by the county. Such contracts may be awarded using either the lowest responsible bidder or best value method, so long as the construction manager atrisk entity provides sufficient bonding. This law sunsets January 1, 2018. This bill is likely to result in litigation over “best value” determinations. Excavation Events Mandatory State-Wide Reporting of Excavator Downtime, Damages, Near Misses, and Violations. (AB 811) (Lowenthal D) Sponsored by Underground Service Alert North & South Operators and excavators must report “facilities events”, defined as: “the occurrence of excavator downtime, damages, near misses, and violations” using the California Regional Common Ground Alliance’s Virtual Private Damage Information Reporting Tool. Heavy fines may be levied against violators, and the Attorney General, a district attorney, a state or a local agency that issued a permit to excavate may bring an action to enforce the penalties. Further, reporting of facility events must be compiled by regional notification centers and posted on their websites.

NEW MBA Workers’ Compensation & Commercial Insurance Program We are excited to announce that George Petersen Insurance Agency has developed a new workers’ compensation & commmercial insurance program for the Marin Builders Association. With a 76-year history of insuring local contractors, George Petersen Insurance Agency has the experience and expertise to protect your business.

By partnering with George Petersen Insurance Agency, you’ll receive preferred pricing on your workers’ compensation rates. In addition, you can benefit from working closely with one of George Petersen’s construction-industry professionals. With over 50 years of combined experience, George Petersen’s specialized construction agents have a deep understanding of the industry, allowing them to assess the unique characteristics of your business, its exposures and its evolving needs. Support the MBA and protect your business by contacting one of our construction specialists today: Bruce Okrepkie 707.360.4117 bokrepkie@gpins.com

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SAFETY

15-Passenger Van Safety Why should we be careful? Fifteen-passenger vans are more likely to be involved in single-vehicle rollover crashes than any other type of vehicle. In recent years, the mortality rate of such accidents has ranged from 52% to 81%. Because of this, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued safety advisories on these vehicles. If using 15-passenger vans to transport passengers, be informed on how to: • • •

Reduce rollover risks. Avoid potential dangers. Better protect occupants in the event of a rollover crash.

Here are some 15-passenger van safety precautions: •

Keep your passenger load light: Research has shown that 15-passenger vans have a rollover risk that increases dramatically as the number of occupants increases from fewer than five to more than ten. In fact, 15-passenger vans with 10 or more occupants have a rollover rate in single vehicle crashes that is nearly three times the rate of those that were lightly loaded.

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15-Passenger Van Safety 15-passenger van safety precautions (continued): •

Check your van’s tire pressure at least once a week: One study found that 74% of all 15-passenger vans had improperly inflated tires. By contrast, 39% of passenger vehicles had improperly inflated tires. Improperly inflated tires can change handling characteristics, thereby increasing the prospect of a rollover crash in 15-passenger vans.

Require all occupants to use their seat belts or the appropriate child restraints: Nearly 80% of those who died nationwide in 15-passenger vans were not buckled up. Wearing seat belts dramatically increases the chances of survival during a rollover crash.

If at all possible, seat passengers and place cargo in front of the rear axle and avoid placing any loads on the roof: By following these guidelines, you’ll lower the vehicle’s center of gravity and lower the chance of a rollover crash.

Be mindful of speed and road conditions: Analysis of 15-passenger van crashes also shows that the risk of rollover increases significantly at speeds over 50 miles per hour and on curvy roads.

Only qualified drivers shall be permitted to operate the vehicle: Special training and experience is required to properly operate a 15-passenger van. Make sure your driver is properly trained and that he/she only operates these vehicles when well rested and fully alert.

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Seguridad en camionetas de 15 pasajeros ¿Por qué debemos tener cuidado? Las camionetas de quince pasajeros tienen más probabilidades de involucrarse en accidentes de volcadura de un solo vehículo que ningún otro tipo de medio de transporte. En los últimos años, la tasa de mortalidad en este tipo de accidentes se ha elevado desde 52% hasta 81%. Por esta razón, la Administración Nacional de Seguridad de Tráfico en Carreteras (NHTSA por sus siglas en inglés) ha emitido comunicados de seguridad sobre estos vehículos. Si está utilizando una camioneta de 15 pasajeros para transporte de personas, debe contar con información sobre cómo: • • •

Reducir los riesgos de una volcadura. Evitar los daños potenciales. Proteger mejor a los ocupantes en caso de un accidente de volcadura.

A continuación presentamos algunas precauciones que debe tomar al utilizar una camioneta de 15 pasajeros: •

Mantenga la carga de peso ligera: estudios han demostrado que las camionetas de 15 pasajeros tienen un riesgo de volcadura que se incrementa dramáticamente a medida que el número de ocupantes aumenta desde menos de 5 hasta más de 10. De hecho, una camioneta de 15 pasajeros con 10 o más ocupantes presenta una tasa de volcadura en accidentes de un solo vehículo que es tres veces mayor a la tasa en aquellos vehículos que llevan carga ligera.

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Seguridad en camionetas de 15 pasajeros Precauciones de seguridad en camionetas de 15 pasajeros (continuación): •

Revise la presión de los neumáticos de la camioneta al menos una vez a la semana: Un estudio dio a conocer que el 74% de todas las camionetas de 15 pasajeros contaba con neumáticos que no estaban inflados apropiadamente. En contraste, el 39% de los vehículos de pasajeros tenían las llantas infladas inadecuadamente. Las llantas infladas incorrectamente pueden modificar las características de manejo y por lo tanto incrementar la probabilidad de un accidente con volcadura en una camioneta de 15 pasajeros.

Exija que todos los ocupantes lleven puesto el cinturón de seguridad o el sistema de retención de niños: Cerca del 80% de los que murieron en todo el país en accidentes relacionados con camionetas de 15 pasajeros no llevaban puesto el cinturón de seguridad. El uso del cinturón de seguridad incrementa de manera importante las probabilidades de sobrevivir en un accidente de volcadura.

Si es posible, siente a los pasajeros y coloque la carga al frente del eje trasero y evite colocar cualquier tipo de carga en el techo: Siguiendo estas medidas, disminuirá el centro de gravedad del vehículo y reducirá la probabilidad de un accidente de volcadura.

Esté pendiente de la velocidad y las condiciones del camino: Un análisis de los accidentes de camionetas de 15 pasajeros muestra también que el riesgo de volcaduras se incrementa significativamente cuando la velocidad es superior a 50 millas por hora y en caminos sinuosos.

El vehículo debe ser operado únicamente por choferes calificados: Se requiere capacitación y experiencia especial para operar adecuadamente una camioneta de 15 pasajeros. Asegúrese de que su chofer está capacitado adecuadamente y de que opera estos vehículos cuando está descansado y completamente alerta.

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COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Rose Sean R 103 Via De La Vista Inverness 112-220-19 (20--1/2) (13) Ne Rose Sean R 103 Via De La Vista Inverness 112-220-19 (11) New Retainin E Lazy Land And Livesto A1 SOLAR POWER 4691 Chileno Valley Rd Petalum 106-130-05 (60) Install Roof Cohen Peter F & Rice Juli ARROW CONSTRUCTION AND R 470 Aberdeen Way Inverness 112-173-01 (23) Kitchen Remo Rai Mantravadi D EAGLE LIFT, INC 274 Morning Sun Ave Mill Valle 051-261-22 (54) Minor Repair Goltermann John K C GOLTERMANN CONSTRUCTION 25 Corte Lodato Greenbrae 070-103-13 (22,12,13) Addn & Cantor Mitch Revoc Trust BUILDERS OF MARIN 9 Walsh Dr Mill Valley 046-330-32 (22) (13) Remodel Abel Peter & Rebecca N T CONSTRUCTION 315 Vista De Valle Mill Valley 200-302-47 (13) Replace Exis Buck Paul /Tr/ MASSA CONST. CO INC 20 Rock Rd Kentfield 074-152-03 (54) Foundation R Davey Thomas L & ROCKAS, ALEX, CONST. 371 Carrera Dr Mill Valley 200-263-13 (21-0/0) Addition Perotti David E /Tr/ & LUMINALT ENERGY CORP 44 Oak Valley Dr Novato 125-441-19 (60) Ground Mount Chang Paulita Tr SALARPI, ANGELO CONST 18 Circle Way Mill Valley 048-124-15 (13) Repl Deck W/ Screve Francois & LARWOOD, DONALD T 212 Poplar Dr Kentfield 071-031-06 (56) Replace Sidi Bank Jonathan CURRY, ROBERT CONST. 2 Arroyo Dr Kentfield 071-033-06 (21) Add 25’ Sq T Fitzpatrick Matthew S & VALENTINE BUILDERS INC 21 Toussin Ave Kentfield 071-121-54 (12) (13) Enclose Levi Michael & Roe Natali RODONI CONSTRUCTION CO 75 Pine Crest Inverness 114-120-87 (13,21,23,51,58) Kertzman Mitchell E & FLOYD CONSTRUCTION 22 Sky Rd Mill Valley 034-430-08 (23) Rmdl Kitchen Rire Workwear Llc LEON CONSTRUCTION 396 Pinehill Rd Units #11,#12, 050-151-33 (23) Kitchen & Ba Hatvany Nandine F Tr 919 W California Ave Mill Vall 050-013-41 (60) Photovoltaic Mc Farland Ronald & Lis WEDGE ROOFING, INC 10 Vendola Dr San Rafael 180-132-05 (53) Roof Overlay Gamboa Henry & Susan WEDGE ROOFING, INC 25 Meadow Dr San Rafael 180-181-39 (53) Tear-Off & R Allen Sheila S /Tr/ Etal WEDGE ROOFING, INC 27 Stetson Ave Kentfield 071-144-32 (53) Roof Overlay Hougen James R A1 SOLAR POWER 530 Fawn Dr San Anselmo 177-081-26 (60) Ground Mount Kim Samuel H & Jennifer OWNER 18 Elm Ave Kentfield 071-132-15 (23) Interior Rem Geittmann Clay D /Tr/ LEO’S ROOFING 266 SEAdrift Rd Stinson Beach 195-340-75 (53) Tear-Off & R Svanfeldt Per-Johan /Tr/ OWNER 16 Milland Ct Mill Valley 043-361-46 (13) Replace Exis Wright Glenn L & Sue E KRUETZFELDT CONSTRUCTION 24 Calypso Shores Novato 157-321-03 (60) Roof Mounted Mc Clary Arthur & Sandra KRUETZFELDT CONSTRUCTION 1034 Bel Marin Keys Blvd Novat 157-302-03 (60) Roof Mounted Hetherington Valerie M Tr SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES 45 Corte Patencio Greenbrae 070-041-06 (60) Roof Mount P Kemik Erdem & FIRST IMPRESSIONS PAINTIN 534 Shoreline Hwy B Mill Valle 050-081-38 (23,13) Rmdl Kit; Ratliff Matt R & Etal M R BUILDER, INC 104 Estelle Ave Kentfield 075-131-67 (22-0/1) Add’/Rem Vuille Ann AL FRESCO CONCEPTS INC 30 Westwood Dr Kentfield 075-061-12 (60) Rooftop Phot

Value $150,000 $12,500 $48,000 $60,790 $55,000 $250,000 $500,000 $15,000 $15,000 $26,400 $45,572 $46,500 $15,000 $15,000 $48,000 $120,000 $50,000 $68,000 $11,000 $19,250 $12,900 $14,900 $32,130 $20,000 $50,000 $12,000 $18,000 $20,000 $28,500 $25,000 $175,000 $26,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Address 30 Pacheco St Sausalito 132 Richardson Dr Mill Valley 415 Sherwood Dr Sausalito 439 Sherwood Dr Sausalito 463 Sherwood Dr Sausalito 17 South 40 Dock Sausalito 66 Starbuck Dr Sausalito 12700 State Route 1 Point Reyes Station 61 Via De La Vista Inverness 971 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 390 Carrera Dr Mill Valley 110 Diablo Dr Kentfield 280 Fawn Dr San Anselmo 109 Greenbrae Boardwalk Greenbrae 1800 Indian Valley Rd Novato 4 Jasmine Ln San Rafael 161 Linden Ln Mill Valley 239 Johnstone Dr San Rafael

Owner Work Hector Byron (60) Install Rooftop Photovolt Barrett Leslie (23) Interior Remodel - Expres Tishman Speyer Archstone-Smith Sausalito (23) Kitchen & Bath Remodel In Tishman Speyer Archstone-Smith Sausalito (23) Kitchen & Bath Remodel In Tishman Speyer Archstone-Smith Sausalito (23) Kitchen & Bath Remodel In Lilienthal Victoria (91) Barge Transfer - Replace Kidd Greg (12, 13, 52) Add Trellis, Deck Doughty Sharon, Steve (40) Agricultural Barn Callagy Elisabeth B Revoc Trust (23) Interior Remodel Arisian Christopher L /Tr/ & Etal (60) 4.75 Kw Roof Mounted Phot Mokri Lee J & (22)Structural Kitchen Remode Lazor James & Jessica Revoc Trust Etal (21)(22) Addition And Remodel Carroll Darla & Bruce (60) Rooftop Photovoltaic (7.7 Melendy Trust 2011 Etal (21) Addition Wallenfels Michael T /Tr/ & Etal (60) Roof Mounted Photovoltaic Tripp Catherine G (60) 13.25 Kw Roof Mounted Pho Kahn Wendy (60) Rooftop Photovoltaic (2.7 O Hara Timothy J & (60) Photovoltaic Express

Value $12,155 $72,600 $10,440 $10,817 $15,682 $55,000 $150,000 $12,000 $75,000 $104,975 $92,334 $109,000 $55,000 $10,000 $24,000 $29,282 $19,250 $21,000

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PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Address 419 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 320 E Strawberry Dr Mill Valley 20 Rock Rd Kentfield 22 Sky Rd Mill Valley 919 W California Ave Mill Valley 530 Fawn Dr San Anselmo 18 Elm Ave Kentfield 24 Calypso Shores Novato 1034 Bel Marin Keys Blvd Novato

Owner Work Schoenfeld Dan (13) Replace Deck Michaud Susan W (58) Replace 1 Window & 1 Door Buck Paul /Tr/ (54) Foundation Repair Kertzman Mitchell E & (23) Rmdl Kitchen And Pantry R Hatvany Nandine F Tr (60) Photovoltaic-Express 2.7 Hougen James R (60) Ground Mount Photovoltaic Kim Samuel H & Jennifer (23) Interior Remodel - Expres Wright Glenn L & Sue E (60) Roof Mounted Photovoltaic Mc Clary Arthur & Sandra D M Tr (60) Roof Mounted Photovoltaic

Value $45,000 $20,000 $15,000 $50,000 $11,000 $32,130 $20,000 $18,000 $20,000

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Mill Valley

12/2

Haldan Glenn A &

James Josephs

343 Summit Ave

Construction of retaining wall at sideyard.

$30,000

Mill Valley

12/3

Brodkin Laurence D /Tr/

61 Roque Moraes Dr

OTC Bathroom Remodel.

$14,000

Mill Valley

12/3

Todd Speece

MAC Construction Dba Divisio

574 Summit Ave

OTC Deck Repair + Guardrails

$35,000

Mill Valley

12/5

Patterson Richard D&

Paoli Construction

530 Miller Ave

Replace wood deck

$17,500

Mill Valley

12/5

Burton Sophia J / Tr/

Bay Area Window 57 Park Ter Pros

replace three windows and one door

$11,000

Mill Valley

12/5

Wagner Robert H Tr &

Bay Area Window 75 Catalpa Ave Pros

Replace six windows

$12,000

Mill Valley

12/10

Yutan Elaine &

R W Construction 137 Sunnyside Ave

OTC Renovation of Facade of street side of house & garage.

$33,000

Mill Valley

12/10

Ryan Patrick J &

Kevel Home Performance

172 Florence Ave

Replacement of existing furnace with 95% unit. All work shal

$11,500

Mill Valley

12/12

Haldan Glenn A &

James Josephs

333 Summit Ave

Site work and reconstruction of existing deck and stairs.

$108,500

Mill Valley

12/12

Stevens C William Tr &

Domet Construction

18 Eucalyptus Knoll

Kitchen Remodel

$25,000

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Mill Valley

12/12

Mc Intyre Martha M Tr

Keith Sedwick

25 Locke Ln

New detatched deck

$11,000

Mill Valley

12/13

Kraemling Markus &

Finnegan Construction

278 E Blithedale Ave

OTC Kitchen Remodel.

$50,000

Mill Valley

12/13

Franklin, Matthew

Northgate Builders Inc

13 Heather Way

OTC Residential Remodel, Added Bathroom.

$30,000

Mill Valley

12/16

D Angelo Severino /Tr/Etal

Don Lingeman

33 Rose Ave

Minor addition and Remodel including Deck rebuild.

$85,000

Mill Valley

12/17

Carter Cheryl D C Living T

Chris Lopes Construction

156 Lovell Ave

Kitchen Remodel. Some window and door changes.

$120,000

Mill Valley

12/17

Noble Christopher M

Floyd Construction

61 Lee St

Remodel of Existing Second Unit

$125,000

Mill Valley

12/17

Steve Jones

Lowry Construction Inc.

800 Edgewood Ave

OTC Install 4 Doors and Relocate one switch.

$20,000

Mill Valley

12/19

Mogan Trust Dtd August

Hettrich Construction Inc.

29 Plymouth Ave

Front entry

$32,000

Mill Valley

12/19

Steen Moller

Steen Moller

225 Eldridge Ave

Conversion of enclosed porch to open porch

$50,000

Mill Valley

12/19

Moutafian Todd & Ruthie

Schalich Brothers 26 Alvarado Ave Construction

Roof mounted PV system. 4 kw system. All work shall meet cur

$15,000

Mill Valley

12/23

Rogers Nancy Tr & Etal

Jamba Construction Inc.

215 Throckmorton Ave Voluntary Seismic Upgrade

$30,000

Mill Valley

12/24

Sean And Debra Jackson

Camello, Inc.

151 Elm Ave

Residential remodel and addition of 600 sq ft

$650,000

Mill Valley

12/24

Erskine Elizabeth / Tr/

20 Rowan Way

Kitchen remodel

$34,000

Mill Valley

12/30

Valentino Robert E /Tr/

Nute Construction 11 E Blithedale Ave 15 T. I. Known as Urban Remedy (address aka 15 E Blithedale).

$12,000

Mill Valley

12/30

Aversa Fabio

Sausalito Construction

$49,921

Mill Valley

12/30

Butowski Nicholas A

One Hour Heating 96 Shelley Dr & Air

Mill Valley

12/31

Overline Harry M &

San Rafael

1/2

Mansour Emad O&

San Rafael

1/2

San Rafael

1/2

157 Throckmorton Ave Added Partition Walls to create tenant spaces A, B, C Upgrade Main Electrical to 200 Amp

$11,000

92 Cypress Ave

Remodel kitchen and bathroom, replace six windows

$57,000

Barry Stompe

95 Bret Harte Rd

ALTER-SFD

$60,000

Bascre L P

Meylan Construction

3160 Kerner Blvd

ALTER-COMMERCIAL

$72,000

Yates John D Tr &

Aussie Roofing Inc

810 Pine Ln

ALTER-SFD

$12,900

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Rafael

1/2

Mac Pherson John W&

Charles Window & Door

59 Broadview Dr

ALTER-SFD

$40,380

San Rafael

1/2

Toll Thomas

Moak Construction

332 Riviera Dr

ALTER-SFD

$61,000

San Rafael

1/2

Barnett Robert A &N

Capstone Roofing 20 Tweed Ter Inc

ALTER-SFD

$19,000

San Rafael

1/2

Gant Sarah R /Tr/

Capstone Roofing 16 Locksly Ln Inc

ALTER-SFD

$12,500

San Rafael

1/6

Burns Jonathan

Burns Jonathan

533 D St

ALTER-SFD

$12,000

San Rafael

1/6

Pierceco Properties Fs Installations

711 D St B

ALTER-COMMERCIAL

$15,000

San Rafael

1/6

Leonard James E /Tr/

Mc Leran Inc

112 Twelveoak Hill Dr

ALTER-SFD

$12,700

San Rafael

1/6

Reed William T & Nina

Mc Leran Inc

54 Sandalwood Ct

ALTER-SFD

$23,700

San Rafael

1/7

Wilcox Ginger M

Floyd Construction In

37 Sunset Way

ALTER-SFD

$82,000

San Rafael

1/7

Bramble Outlet Llc

Bay County Builders

1654 2Nd St

ALTER-COMMERCIAL

$200,000

San Rafael

1/7

Errante Eleanor V&

Dan Young Construction

216 Humboldt St

ALTER-SFD

$55,000

San Rafael

1/7

Apf Development Llc

Sykches Corporation

21 Eye St

ALTER-SFD

$22,000

San Rafael

1/7

Atkinson Lauren A

Mulhall Construction

34 Wharf Cir

ALTER-SFD

$35,000

San Rafael

1/8

Brent David

Brent David

171 Terrace Ave

ALTER-SFD

$25,000

San Rafael

1/8

Breen Randall P

Marin County Roofing

99 Marinita Ave

ALTER-SFD

$10,000

San Rafael

1/8

Hengst Sandra

Mc Leran Inc

95 Valley View Ave

ALTER-SFD

$13,600

San Rafael

1/9

Sonora Group Llc

Sonora Group Llc 1476 Lincoln Ave

ALTER-APARTMENTS

$10,000

San Rafael

1/9

O Neill Thomas J & Bath By Schicker

36 Villa Ave

ALTER-SFD

$27,470

Tiburon

1/2

Shirley Silvestri

Roy A Tanner Builder, Inc.

5 Corinthian Court #12

Remodel Two Bathrooms

$15,000

Tiburon

1/6

Mudahar & Livea Glasgow

Heritage Landscapes

16 Mateo Drive

Install hot tub and deck

$44,789

Tiburon

1/7

Loy Price & William Juan Vasquez & Strickland Construction, Inc.

54 Red Hill Circle

Enclose carport

$10,000

Tiburon

1/7

Kathleen J. Forte

Juan Vasquez & Construction, Inc.

44 Red Hill Circle

Enclose carport

$10,000

Tiburon

1/7

William & Deborah Luby

Juan Vasquez & Construction, Inc.

42 Red Hill Circle

Enclose carport

$10,000

Tiburon

1/7

James Deitz

Northgate Roofing

10 Acela Drive

Reroof

$15,500

Tiburon

1/9

West Shore Heights Llc

James Flanagan Builder

17 Circle Drive

Remove and replace decks

$21,680

Tiburon

12/12

David Petrini

Solarcity Corporation

338 Blackfield Drive

Solar

$12,000

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Tiburon

12/16

Essex Property Trust

Monterey Construction Company

45 Red Hill Circle #O

Kitchen and Bath Remodel

$29,990

Tiburon

12/16

Essex Property Trust

Monterey Construction Company

45 Red Hill Circle #N

Kitchen and Bath Remodel

$29,990

Tiburon

12/16

Essex Property Trust

Monterey Construction Company

45 Red Hill Circle #L

Kitchen and Bath Remodel

$29,990

Tiburon

12/16

Essex Property Trust

Monterey Construction Company

45 Red Hill Circle #C

Kitchen and Bath Remodel

$29,990

Tiburon

12/16

Essex Property Trust

Monterey Construction Company

45 Red Hill Circle #B

Kitchen and Bath Remodel

$29,990

Tiburon

12/16

James & Patricia Lyness

Jmd Construction

19 Linda Vista Avenue Replace sidewall shingles

$15,000

Tiburon

12/16

Artur Alexandrovich All Fusion Construction, Inc.

185 Gilmartin Drive

Install Rainwater Harvest System

$60,000

Tiburon

12/17

George & Margaret Hoffman Barry Construction

39 Paseo Mirasol

Kitchen Remodel

$56,000

Tiburon

12/18

Sage Equity Inc

Owner Builder

35 Rancho Drive

Replace seven windows

$10,000

Tiburon

12/18

Lynda Gatti

Josmari Builders

1839 Centro West Street

Addition

$130,000

Tiburon

12/18

Rhanda Dunn

Mc Leran Inc

3 Miraflores Lane

Reroof

$20,090

Tiburon

12/19

Davoud Sadeghi

All Bay Solar

2 Miraflores Ave

Solar

$24,000

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

1/8

MARIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000820

1/9

COUNTY OF MARIN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0001235

1/9

MAGGIORA & GHILOTTI INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0001093

1/9

MARIN COUNTY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000820

1/11

COUNTY OF MARIN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000820

1/11

HILBERS INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0001235

1/11

MARIN COUNTY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000650

1/8

TEAM GHILOTTI INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000935

1/9

SAN RAFAEL SANITATION DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0001093

1/9

VALENTINE CORPORATION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0001235

1/11

SANTA DAN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000650

1/11

STEPHEN E JOHNSON INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0000935

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

1/8

KENNEDY PATRICK (E)

TUREEN JAY (O)

LIEN

2014-0000647

1/8

KENNEDY PATRICK (E)

TUREEN NIKKI (O)

LIEN

2014-0000647

1/11

NORTHVIEW OWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

CRABTREE FAMILY TRUST (O)

LIEN

2014-0001181

1/11

NORTHVIEW OWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

CRABTREE KENNETH M /TR/ (O)

LIEN

2014-0001181

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

LIENS

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

1/7

FONAROW BRUCE C (E) MARIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0000473

1/8

JCC CALIFORNIA PROPERTIES (E)

J D DRYWALL (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0000567

1/7

SALTWATER (E)

CREDITORS TRADE ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0000422

1/7

SALTWATER (E)

GREAT WESTERN RELEASE OF LIEN COLLECTION BUREAU (O)

2014-0000422

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS RELEASE OF LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

1/7

SALTWATER OYSTER DEPOT & WINE BAR (E)

CREDITORS TRADE ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0000422

1/7

SALTWATER OYSTER DEPOT & WINE BAR (E)

GREAT WESTERN RELEASE OF LIEN COLLECTION BUREAU (O)

2014-0000422

1/7

SHUCKED LLC (E)

CREDITORS TRADE ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0000422

1/7

SHUCKED LLC (E)

GREAT WESTERN RELEASE OF LIEN COLLECTION BUREAU (O)

2014-0000422

1/8

PRASZKER KENNETH M (E)

BELFOR USA GROUP INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0000749

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

GIANNONE ELLEN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000549

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

NICHOLS D ANN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000550

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

COFFEE LEE S (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000551

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

JAHANI FRANK (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000552

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CANNIZZARO JEFFREY S (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000553

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KENNEY L L (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000553

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

ODANOVICH Y (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000554

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

STEWART CHRISTOPHER (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000554

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MOSS DENNIS P (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000710

1/8

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PENA MARIA ELENA M (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0000711

TAX LIENS

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/10/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ - Streetscape Improvements Along First Street

Napa

ONLINE Napa, City of

1/10/2014

4:00 PM

Dollar General

Rio Dell

ONLINE

1/10/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ - ACB Commissioning Agent

Fremont

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

1/10/2014

3:00 PM

Swim Center Cogeneration HHW Modifications, De Anza College

Los Altos Hills

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

1/10/2014

3:00 PM

Hazardous Waste Removal Services

Santa Cruz

Online Onl

Departmemt of Parks & recreation

1/10/2014

11:00 AM

Maple Lane Mainline Extension and Valle Vista Lane Tie in Project

Carmichael

Online Onl

Carmichael Water District

1/10/2014

2:00 PM

Hayworth Condos

West Hollywood

Online Onl

1/10/2014

2:00 PM

200 Ocean

Long Beach

Online Onl

Ed Grush General Contractor

1/10/2014

5:00 PM

Sewer Interceptor Outfall Gravity Section Rehabilitation

Rohnert Park

Online Onl

Rohnert Park, city of

1/10/2014

4:00 PM

WOODWARD -CIVIL

Duarte

Online Onl

1/10/2014

2:00 PM

Off-Track Wagering and Restaurant

Norco

Online Onl

Dempsey Construction Inc.

1/10/2014

2:00 PM

Yurok Casino & Hotel- Landscaping Package Re-Bid

Klamath

Online Onl

Flint Builders, Inc.

1/10/2014

2:00 PM

Varna Estates

Burbank

Online Onl

Legendary Builders Corporation

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

Future Ford

Clovis

ONLINE SD Deacon General Contractors

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

Construction of Visalia Animal Control Facility - CANCELED

Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

1/13/2014

4:00 PM

Architectural and Engineering Service for Americans with Disabilities Act Project at the Madera County Library in Madera

Madera

ONLINE Madera, County Of

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

FAMILY DOLLAR - PALMDALE

Palmdale

Online Onl

Bergman KPRS

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

CALIFORNIA PLACE

Long Beach

Online Onl

Ed Grush General Contractor

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

CITY OF CORONA - DE-SALTER FACILITY TRAINING

Corona

Online Onl

DLS Builders

1/13/2014

10:00 AM

Adult Community Center Improvement Project

San Carlos

Online Onl

San Carlos, City of

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

On-Call Weed Abatement and Debris Removal Services

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/13/2014

2:00 PM

Roosterfish - San Diego

San Diego

Online Onl

Ellis Contracting, Inc.

1/14/2014

2:30 PM

El Charro Specific Plan Infrastructure, Phase 2A

Livermore

011C/R0 12

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Power Transformer Replacement & Installation for SBS & SPS Auxiliary Substations

San Francisco

E317B/0 Bay Area Rapid Trnsit 83C District

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Controllers & Power Savers for O & K Escalators

San Francisco

E322B/0 Bay Area Rapid Trnsit 66C District

1/14/2014

3:00 PM

Eureka Way Substation Communication Tower

Redding

ONLINE Redding, City Of

1/14/2014

12:00 PM

Peach/Gettysburg Traffic Signal Modification

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

1/14/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ - ASB School of Nursing

Davis

ONLINE University of California, Davis

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Contra Costa Boulevard Improvements - Viking Drive to Golf Club Road to Chilpancingo Parkway

Plesant Hill

ONLINE Pleasant Hill, City of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/14/2014

2:00 AM

Site Accessibility Renovation for South Hayward Parish

Hayward

ONLINE Hayward, city of

1/14/2014

12:00 PM

Love's Travel Stop #538

Lodi

ONLINE

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Hartnell Community College Science & Planetarium - REBID

Salinas

ONLINE

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Clovis Avenue & Nees Avenue Traffic Signal

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

FAX Parking Lot Fence - Masonry

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Cell Tower Park Play Structure Rebuild

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Regional Renewable Energy Procurement

Alameda County

ONLINE Alameda, County of

1/14/2014

3:00 PM

California Avenue Transit Hub Corridor Streetscape Improvements Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Countywide Project Stabilization/Community Benefits Agreement and Labor Compliance Monitoring Serices

Alameda County

ONLINE Alameda, County of

1/14/2014

3:00 PM

Left Turn Phasing Signal Modification at Shields and Millbrook - Fresno REBID

ONLINE Fresno, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Removal and Replacement at San Quentin Prison

San Quentin

ONLINE California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Pump Station B Discharge Manhole

Clovis

ONLINE

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

PD Headquarters 6" HVAC Pipe Replacement

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Town & Country - Building - C1

Sacramento

Online Onl

Moorefield Construction

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Two Natural Gas Powered Engines and Pumps Replacement Project

Foster City

Online Onl

Foster City, City of

1/14/2014

10:00 AM

Southern Marin Line Valve Replacement Project

Corte Madera

Online Onl

Marin Municipal Water District

1/14/2014

12:00 PM

STANFORD PLAZA REMODEL

Hemet

Online Onl

Dempsey Construction Inc.

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Buckland Tanks Replacement Project

Belmont

Online Onl

Pakpour Consulting Group Inc.

1/14/2014

1:00 PM

TEMECULA DMV FIELD OFFICE RENOVATION

Temecula

Online Onl

Sigma Services Inc

1/14/2014

3:00 PM

NEW MANHOLE ACCESS SEWER STRUCTURES

Fresno

Online Onl

Fresno, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

FAX PARKING LOT FENCE-WROUGHT IRON SECURITY

Fresno

Online Onl

Fresno, City of

1/14/2014

11:00 PM

Emerald Trunk Sewer Relief Project

Modesto

Online Onl

Modesto, City of

1/14/2014

11:00 AM

Construction on State Highway in Stanislaus County in the City of Modesto from 0.35MI North of Pelandale Avenue OC TO 0.75MI South of Pelandale Avenue OC (State Route 99)

Modesto

Online Onl

Modesto, City of

1/14/2014

11:00 AM

Stormwater Drywell Construction Services

Modesto

Online Onl

Modesto, City of

1/14/2014

3:00 PM

Design and Construction Management Services for Coating and Palo Alto Seismic Upgrades of Four Existing City Reservoirs and Rehabilitation of Three Receiving Stations

Online Onl

Palo Alto, City of

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Marketplace at El Paseo (4 New Bldgs.)

Fresno

Online Onl

Moorefield Construction

1/14/2014

2:00 PM

Wendy's - Riverside

Riverside

Online Onl

Bergman KPRS

1/15/2014

1:30 PM

39th Avenue and Redwood Pumping Plants Rehabilitation

Oakland

008C/S1 East Bay Municipal 51 Utility District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/15/2014

1:30 PM

Fontaine Street, El Portal Drive, & Euclid Avenue Pipeline Improvements

Oakland, Berekeley, San Pablo

020C / E32

East Bay Municipal Utility District

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Replacement Los Gatos DMV Field Office

Los Gatos

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

1/15/2014

4:00 PM

O'Reilly Auto Parts

San Rafael

ONLINE

1/15/2014

1:00 PM

2014- NOFA - Notice of Finacial Availability

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

1/15/2014

3:00 PM

Concrete Sidewalks, Curbs, Gutters, and Driveway Approaches - 2014

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Security Fiber Optic Network Expansion & Redundancy

Oakland

Online

1/15/2014

12:00 PM

Mens Warehouse Expansion

Santa Rosa

ONLINE

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

El Camino Real Trees Project - Phase III

Menlo Park

ONLINE Menlo Park, City of

1/15/2014

3:00 PM

Main Public Library Counter Streamlining Project

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Panatoni Building HVAC Replacement

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Ornamental Streetlight Assemblies for Curtis Park Neighborhood Streetlight Replacement Project

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

SANTA ROSA PARK PLAY EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

San Luis Obispo

Online Onl

San Luis Obispo, City of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

CVS Santa Monica

Santa Monica

Online Onl

The Hatch Group

1/15/2014

10:00 AM

Downtown Sewer and Streetscape Improvements Phase II

Concord

Online Onl

Concord, City of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Fruitridge Road & 58th Street Traffic Signal Project

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/15/2014

10:00 AM

Fire Flow Improvement Program, Larkspur Pipeline Replacement Project

Corte Madera

Online Onl

Marin Municipal Water District

1/15/2014

4:00 PM

Blue Lake Levee Evaluation Project

Humbolt County

Online Onl

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Pizza Hut - Vista

Vista

Online Onl

Ellis Contracting, Inc.

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Wild Rose Park

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

West Tunnel Ramp Access

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/15/2014

11:00 AM

Walmart #2110-05

Paramount

Online Onl

Shames Construction

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

DUTTON BUICK/GMC

Riverside

Online Onl

Ed Grush General Contractor

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

Vacant Lot Weed Abatement Services

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

CVS Pacific Beach

San Diego

Online Onl

The Hatch Group

1/15/2014

2:00 PM

HEALTH SCIENCES CAMPUS CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY

Irvine

Online Onl

LCS Constructors Inc.

1/16/2014

2:30 PM

Guardrail Project PT. Reyes Petaluma Rd. M.P. 11.93 - 12.03

San Rafael

E336B/0 Marin, county of 10C

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

2013-2014 Street Rehabilitation Phase I

San Mateo

E343B/0 23C

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Santa Clara County Telecommunication Cabling

San Jose

ONLINE Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Parking Structures at Milpitas and Berryessa Stations

Milpitas

ONLINE Santa Clara Valley Transporation Authority

Port Of Oakland

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Hacienda Apartments - Pleasanton

Pleasanton

ONLINE

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Owen Apartments - Pleasanton

Pleasanton

ONLINE

1/16/2014

10:30 PM

Cogeneration Cooling System Improvements

San Rafael

ONLINE Central Marin Sanitation Agency

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Speed Hump, Speed Cushion, and Speed Table Project

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Spandrel Panel Replacement

Sacramento

ONLINE Department of General Services

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Folsom, Mission, Marin, and Park Avenue Sewers

Various

ONLINE West County Wastewater District

1/16/2014

2:30 PM

Employee Restrooms Renovation at the Hayward DMV Field Office

Hayward

ONLINE Department of General Services

1/16/2014

12:00 PM

Vista Alternate High School Parking Improvements

San Pablo

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

1/16/2014

3:00 PM

Refurbish and Polish Concrete Floors at Iris Garrett Juvenile Justice Facility Housing Units

Merced

ONLINE Merced, County of

1/16/2014

3:00 PM

ULTA #769

San Jose

ONLINE

1/16/2014

1:00 PM

CARPINTERIA VISITOR CENTER

Carpinteria

Online Onl

Sigma Services Inc

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Santa Rosa Sewer Line Replacement

San Luis Obispo

Online Onl

San Luis Obispo, City of

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

MARRIOT RESIDENCE INN GATEHOUSE

Torrance

Online Onl

Ed Grush General Contractor

1/16/2014

3:00 PM

Gelsons #7 - Pacific Palisades (Remodel)

Pacific Palisades

Online Onl

A.J. Padelford & Son, Inc.

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Final Bidding - Lutheran Church of Incarnation

Poway

Online Onl

Strategic Business Partnerships, Inc.

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Demolition of Commercial Building at 550 Westside Road and Residential Structure at 611 Healdsburg Avenue

Healdsburg

Online Onl

Healdsburg, City Of

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Fremont High School New Cafeteria, Kitchen, Classroom Building

Sunnyvale

Online Onl

Lathrop Construction Associates, Inc.

1/16/2014

10:00 AM

VA SAN DIEGO PARKING GARAGE PHASE 1

San Diego

Online Onl

D-Square Construction

1/16/2014

1:30 PM

Surface Drainage Improvement Project

Richmond

Online Onl

Richmond, City of

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Miramar Cash and Carry

San Diego

Online Onl

Ellis Contracting, Inc.

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Breezeways Pavement Rehabilitation at Laney College

Oakland

Online Onl

Peralta Community College District

1/16/2014

2:00 PM

Silicon Valley Berryesa Extension Project - Residential Noise Insulation Program

Milpitas

S500/01 Santa Clara Valley 9C Transporation Authority

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Alameda Landing

Alameda

Online

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Ambrose Recreation & Park District Lynbrook Park Irrigation Well

Bay Point

ONLINE

1/17/2014

1:00 PM

Engineering Design Services for the Visalia Parkway Crossing of Packwood Creek Project

Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Marina Bay Park Restroom Facility

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Bleacher Replacement Project Electrical Package

San Ramon

ONLINE San Ramon Valley Unified School District

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Corepower Yoga-Redondo

Lawndale

Online Onl

Ellis Contracting, Inc.

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Floor Project Cleaning

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/17/2014

4:00 PM

Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services Facilities Construction Management 2014-002

San Mateo

Online Onl

San Mateo, County Of

Moorefield Construction

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/17/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ - Health Sciences Education Building, Phase I

Davis

Online Onl

University of California, Davis

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Corepower Yoga-Winchester

San Jose

Online Onl

Ellis Contracting, Inc.

1/17/2014

2:00 PM

Corepower Yoga-Almaden

San Jose

Online Onl

Ellis Contracting, Inc.

1/20/2014

2:00 PM

5 Points Shopping Center

Carmichael

ONLINE

1/20/2014

2:00 PM

TOMATINA - T.I.

San Jose

online

Moorefield Construction

1/20/2014

2:00 PM

Renaissance Village - Murrieta

Murrieta

Online Onl

Watkins Landmark Construction

1/20/2014

5:00 PM

DXL Store #9708

Pleasant Hill

Online Onl

Harvey, Inc

1/20/2014

2:00 PM

Discovery Science Center of Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Online Onl

KPRS Construction Services

1/21/2014

3:00 PM

Historic Streetlights Restoration Project

Alameda

E332B

Alameda Municipal Power

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Repair of Damaged and Displaced Section of Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks, Unit No. 16

Alameda County

E338B/0 64C

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Repair of Damaged and Displaced Section of Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks, Unit No. 16

San Lorenzo

E339B/0 Alameda, County of 62C

1/21/2014

3:00 PM

Traffic Signal Intersection Improvements on Fresno Street. Cooridor from E Street to R Street

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

1/21/2014

2:30 PM

1020 Emeline Remodel Project

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

FY 2013-14 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

Larkspur

ONLINE Larkspur, city of

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Crow Canyon Road Sound Walls

Danville

ONLINE Danville, Town of

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Walnut Avenue, Argonaut Way, Parkhurst Drive Lane Reduction & Roundabout Intersection Street Improvements

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Window Replacement and Exterior Repairs Thornton Hall West Elevation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

1/21/2014

1:00 PM

Architectural/Engineering Services for Visalia Fire Station No. 53 Project

Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Concrete and Asphalt Sawcutting, Removal and Replacement Services

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Japantown Senior Apartments

San Jose

ONLINE

1/21/2014

3:00 PM

Fresno Yosemite International Airport Building T-262 Demolition Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Sheriff's Frank Bland Regional Training Center Expansion

San Bernadino

Online Onl

Construct One Corp

1/21/2014

2:00 PM

Harrison Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project

South Lake Tahoe

Online Onl

Lake Tahoe, City of

1/21/2014

11:00 AM

REFURBISHED TRAFFIC SIGNS

Modesto

Online Onl

Modesto, City of

1/22/2014

2:00 PM

Middlefield Utility Relocation

Mountain View

069C/E3 Santa Clara Valley 41B Transportation Authority

1/22/2014

1:30 PM

Main Wastewater Treatment Plant West End Property Demolition Phase 1

Oakland

E345B

1/22/2014

2:30 PM

Job Order Contracts J25 General Building Services

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

1/22/2014

2:30 PM

Pavement Renovation & Sewer Replacement - Upper Market Street

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

1/22/2014

3:00 PM

Water Tanks and Pump Stations Seismic Improvements

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

East Bay Municipal Utility District

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Bid list subject to change prior to bid date, please check with Association.

PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/22/2014

2:00 PM

Backhoe and Boring Services (3YRS)

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

1/22/2014

11:00 AM

Wastewater Main Rehabilitation Program

Lodi

ONLINE Lodi, City of

1/22/2014

2:30 PM

Job Order Contracts J26 General Building Services

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

1/22/2014

2:30 PM

Excelsior and Bernal Heights Bulbouts 09-10 Traffic Calming Implementation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

1/22/2014

2:30 PM

Raymond S. Kimbell Playground Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

1/22/2014

1:30 PM

Orchard Substation T-1 Bushing Replacement

Ukiah

ONLINE Ukiah, City Of

1/22/2014

1:30 PM

K-Rail Barriers

Rutherford

ONLINE East Bay Municipal Utility District

1/22/2014

3:00 PM

Merrill College Renovatione Phase 3 Dormitories C, D, Guzman Santa Cruz Apartments

ONLINE Santa Cruz, UC

1/22/2014

3:00 PM

MUNI METRO SUBWAY ESCALATOR REHABILITATION PHASE 2

San Francisco

Online Onl

San Francisco, City & County of

1/22/2014

2:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance Services General Fund: Right-of-Way and General Fund: Miscellaneous

Clovis

Online Onl

Clovis, City of

1/22/2014

3:00 PM

Low Lift Pump Station Security Improvements

Yuba City

Online Onl

Yuba City, City of

1/22/2014

2:00 PM

Powell Street & Suiter Street Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Hollister

Online Onl

Hollister, City Of

1/22/2014

2:00 PM

Regency Community Park Softball Field

Sacramento

Online Onl

Sacramento, city of

1/22/2014

2:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance Services LMD Zone 1, LMD Zone 2 and Loma Vista & LMD Zone 3 sites.

Clovis

Online Onl

Clovis, City of

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

Site Grading and Paving - EDD Santa Barbara Alteratrions

Santa Barbara

ONLINE Department of General Services

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

Baseball Dugouts Del Mar, Leigh & Prospect High Schools

San Jose

ONLINE Bartos Architecture

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

Moffitt Long (M.L) Ground Floor Distribution Panel A Replacement

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

1/23/2014

10:00 AM

Pleasant Hill Police Department Security Fence, Phase II

Pleasant Hill

ONLINE Pleasant Hill, City of

1/23/2014

1:00 PM

Generator Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Services

Various

ONLINE California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

Asbestos and Lead Abatemend Services

Various

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

1/23/2014

10:00 AM

RFQ-CA DMV Disributed Antenna System

Sacramento

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

SCC Hilton F. Lusk Center

Sacramento

ONLINE Los Rios Community College District

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

Valley Center Drive & Village Side Drive Sewer & Water Improvements

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

1/23/2014

2:30 PM

2011 Storm Damage Repairs on Branscomb Road, CR 429, M.P. 17.30

Mendocino County

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

1/23/2014

2:30 PM

Watsonville Health Center Expansion

Freedom

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

1/23/2014

2:00 PM

2011 Storm Damage Repairs On Mountain View Road, CR 510, Mendocino County m.p. 20.59

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

1/23/2014

3:00 PM

San Jose City College HVAC & Plumbing Upgrades

San Jose

ONLINE

1/23/2014

5:00 PM

Combustion Inspection Services for Cosumnes Power Plant Units 2 and 3

Herald

Online Onl

1/23/2014

12:00 PM

Street Lighting Conversion to LED Project

Berkeley

Online Onl

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/24/2014

4:00 PM

Operations Equipment and Storage Facilities

Various

ONLINE Delta Diablo Sanitation District

1/24/2014

2:00 PM

East Side Regional Park & Groundwater Recharge Project Design

Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

1/24/2014

2:00 PM

Palomar Gas & Car Wash - New Build

Chula Vista

Online Onl

Souza & Souza Construction Inc.

1/24/2014

2:00 PM

Hoehn Maserati Showroom Remodel

Carlsbad

Online Onl

Watkins Landmark Construction

1/24/2014

2:00 PM

Met West

Hollywood

Online Onl

White Residential Inc.

1/27/2014

2:00 PM

International Complex Phase 1

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

Shuhaw Hall HVAC Replacement

Santa Rosa

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

Maintenance Yards Surface Improvement - Ory

Oakland

E340B/0 San Francisco Bay 65C Area Rapid Transit District

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

SAN RAFAEL BUS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

San Rafael

ONLINE Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

Giannini Hall Station Cables

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

Citywide Park Pathways Resufacing for ADA Access

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

1/28/2014

5:00 PM

Revibe Cafe & Scoop Bar

Sebastopol

ONLINE

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

City Hall Tot Lot Safety Surfacing Installation

South San Francisco ONLINE South San Francisco

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

1650 Stony Point Road House Relocation

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

1/28/2014

4:00 PM

Oak Creek Terrace Apartments

Napa

ONLINE Sunseri Construction

1/28/2014

3:00 PM

City of Redding Softball Field Restroom

Redding

Online Onl

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

Pump Station F Rehabilitation

Discovery Bay

R011

1/28/2014

2:00 PM

Grant Avenue Sidewalk and Drainage Improvements

San Leandro

R017/02 1C

1/29/2014

2:00 PM

Municipal Improvements On-Call Contract 2014

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

1/29/2014

3:00 PM

Cabrillo Avenue/Main Street Sewer Replacement

Santa Clara

ONLINE Santa Clara, City of

1/29/2014

2:00 PM

Led Street Light Installation on Mowry Avenue from Farwell Drive to Peralta Blvd and on Walnut Avenue from Mowry Avenue to Overacker Avenue

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

1/29/2014

4:00 PM

Quotation for Installation of Play Equipment at Cesar E. Chavez Modesto Park

Online Onl

1/29/2014

4:00 PM

Quotation for Installation of Play Equipment at Mellis Park

Modesto

Online Onl

1/30/2014

3:00 PM

Placerville Jail Control Panel Upgrade

Placerville

ONLINE El Dorado, County of

1/30/2014

3:00 PM

TG08.2 Exterior Awning System

San Francisco

ONLINE

1/30/2014

2:00 PM

Washington Colony Elementary School Traffic Signal on Lincoln Fresno Avenue

ONLINE Fresno, County of

1/30/2014

2:00 PM

9300 Jefferson

Culver City

ONLINE

1/30/2014

2:00 PM

Exit Drive Improvements

Stockton

ONLINE San Joaquin, County of

1/30/2014

2:00 PM

TG08.1 Curtain Walls and Skylights

San Francisco

ONLINE

Sonoma County Junior College District

Redding, City Of

Modesto, City of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

1/30/2014

1:30 PM

Northwest Tracy Streets Resurfacing (Bethany Road: Lammers Tracy Road to Naglee Road; Larch Road: Naglee Road to Corral Hollow Road; Naglee Road: Larch Road to Bethany Road)

Online Onl

San Joaquin, County of

1/30/2014

2:00 PM

Domestic Terminals Lower Level Crosswalk Lighting

San Francisco

Online Onl

San Francisco International Airport

1/30/2014

2:00 PM

Grant Line Road Widening Phase I Project

Elk Grove*

T013/003 C

1/31/2014

4:00 PM

445 Arberdeen Residence

Inverness

ONLINE

1/31/2014

3:00 PM

Temporary Modular Living Facility

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

1/31/2014

5:00 PM

WWTP On-Call Construction Management and Support Services

San Mateo

Online Onl

San Mateo, City of

1/31/2014

4:00 PM

Consulting Engineering Services for Groundwater Banking Demonstration Project – Phase I Project Development

San Joaquin County

Online Onl

San Joaquin, County of

1/31/2014

2:00 PM

Boulder Canyon - Menifee

MENIFEE

Online Onl

JCA Enterprise

1/31/2014

2:00 PM

Aqueduct Relocation AEEP Reaches A-D / MSN B3

Novato

S150

2/3/2014

2:00 PM

Fremont Main Library UPS Installation

Fremont

ONLINE Alameda, County of

2/3/2014

2:00 PM

MURRIETA RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT

Murrieta

Online Onl

2/4/2014

2:00 PM

Pond Aeration Project

Napa

E342B

2/4/2014

10:00 AM

Bollman Water Treatment Plant Clearwell Roof Waterproofing Membrane Installation Project

Concord

E346B

2/4/2014

12:00 PM

Annual Sewer Root Foaming

Los Altos

ONLINE Los Altos, City of

2/4/2014

2:00 PM

Janitorial Services for the Sacramento-Florin Business Service Center (BSC).

Sacramento

Online Onl

Department of Motor Vehicles

2/4/2014

3:00 PM

RWQCP Secondary Clarifier No.1 Mechanism Replacement

Palo Alto

Online Onl

Palo Alto, City of

2/5/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ - Construction Management Support Services Office of Chief Medical Examiner Project

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

2/5/2014

2:00 PM

Valley Oak Park Development

Sacramento

ONLINE

2/5/2014

2:00 PM

REPLACEMENT OF PUMP HOUSE NO. 6, SOUTH FIELD

Oakland

Online Onl

Port Of Oakland

2/5/2014

10:00 AM

Cooper Academy Middle School Locker Room Heater Replacement

Fresno

Online Onl

Fresno Unified School District

2/5/2014

1:00 PM

San Clemente Branch Library- Expansion Project

San Clemente

Online Onl

Sigma Services Inc

2/6/2014

2:00 PM

TG18.1 Bus Ramp Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

2/6/2014

2:00 PM

PE Building Renovation at Mt. Diablo High School

Concord

ONLINE Mt Diablo Unified School District

2/6/2014

2:00 PM

8-Inch Ductile Iron Water Main Installation & Pavement Renovation on Mission Street

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

2/6/2014

2:00 PM

Civic Center FOB Security System

Brentwood

Online Onl

Brentwood, city of

2/6/2014

3:00 PM

Foothill 6MG Reservoir Repair Project

Redding

Online Onl

Redding, City Of

2/6/2014

11:00 AM

Clear Creek Road (1C01B) - Guardrail Repairs

Redding

Online Onl

Shasta County

2/7/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ - Jail Security Systems Maintenance & Upgrade Project

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

2/10/2014

5:00 PM

Maintenance Services for LCNG Fueling Station

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District

Temecula Land LLC

Contra Costa Water District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

2/11/2014

2:00 PM

Modernization, Department of Water Resource Data Center

Sacramento

ONLINE Department of General Services

2/11/2014

2:00 PM

TG07.2 Structural Concrete Superstructure Package Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

2/11/2014

12:00 PM

Roselle and Merle Intersection Project

Modesto

Online Onl

2/13/2014

2:00 PM

Asphalt Paving Service

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

2/17/2014

2:00 PM

Installation of Upgrades to Closed Circuit Video Surveillance Systems

Various

ONLINE Contra Costa County Superior Court

2/17/2014

2:30 PM

ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE

Chico

Online Onl

2/20/2014

2:00 PM

TG05.8 Rooftop Cranes Professional Services Package

San Francisco

ONLINE

2/20/2014

2:00 PM

TG05.10 Temporary Facilities Professional Package

San Francisco

ONLINE

2/20/2014

2:00 PM

John Smith Road Overlay Project

Hollister

ONLINE San Benito, County of

2/25/2014

2:00 PM

Wayside Fence Refurbishment, R-Line

Various

022C

2/26/2014

3:00 PM

Transbay Block 8

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

2/27/2014

3:30 PM

SMD2 Sewer Improvements - Olive Grove Tank Replacement

Granite Bay

ONLINE Placer, County of

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Tercero Student Housing, Phase 4

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

6/30/2014

1:00 PM

Inclusion Letter for Licensed Contractors, City of Richmond, Re- Richmond Issue

Modesto, City of

California State University-Chico

Bay Area Rapid Trnsit District

ONLINE Richmond, City of

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CLASSIFIED ADS SEEKING ESTIMATOR FOR CONCRETE CONTRACTOR Concrete company seeks an experienced Estimator for residential/ commercial projects. Must have experience in estimating concrete to apply. Be able to prepare complete estimates for assigned project by doing a thorough and complete takeoff of the scope and quantities of work. Review proposal specifications, drawings, attend pre-bid meetings, etc. to determine scope of work and required contents of estimate. Prepare subcontracts, materials list once job is awarded.. Prepare, RFI’s, change orders and all other construction related documentation. Interface with owners, vendors, subcontractors and lower tier employees. Must have clean DMV and pass drug test. Qualified applicants may reply with a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Trisha@Sonomarin.com

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SEEKING EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL WITH EXTENSIVE OFFICE MANAGEMENT SKILLS Must be highly motivated and organized with strong human resource skills. The primary duties of the position include: • Direct and manage all accounting functions • Produce all monthly and yearend financial reports • Responsible for all human resource functions • Responsible for all payroll related activities including state and federal tax filings and reporting • Assist with all insurance activities, including auto, liability, personal property and workers compensation Experience – minimum of five years experience in increasingly complex accounting positions with a similar level of managerial responsibility. Experience with computers and accounting software is required, construction accounting and software experience a plus. Qualified applicants may reply with a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Trisha@Sonomarin.com

SEEKING ESTIMATOR FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION Seeking Estimator/Project Manager for a Marin based Residential General Contractor. Requirements: • Minimum 10 years experience in Residential Construction. Field experience desired. • Offering Benefits • Salary DOE Please reply to the email below with your resume if you are interested.

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Lee Bonilla - Fontana Construction Inc. 1945 E. Francisco Blvd. Suite N., San Rafael ,CA 94901 415-457-1290 P | 415-457-1294 F | Fontanaleeb@aol.com

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CLASSIFIED ADS

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PLUMBER/SERVICE TECHNICIAN (NOVATO) Family owned Novato based plumbing company seeking full time Plumber/Service Technician experienced in residential/ commercial plumbing and drain cleaning. We will train the right candidate who meets the following criteria: • Clean DMV, CA Driver’s License • Clean and neat appearance, drug-free • Self-motivated, attention to detail • Able to take direction, willing to learn, team player • Strong communication skills On-call work required. Compensation based on experience. We offer medical benefits, and vacation. Call 415.898.2700 for more information.

WEEKEND-HOLIDAY DISPATCHER WANTED Family owned Novato based plumbing company seeking weekend dispatcher. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays. Duties include: answer calls from customers and service technicians, provide great customer service, dispatch jobs to our technicians, coordinate operations necessary to assure safe, on-time service and customer satisfaction, maintain a master list of jobs, maintain paperwork in a neat and orderly fashion. Qualifications include: High School diploma or GED, previous dispatch experience preferred but not required, excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, knowledge of surrounding area (Marin County) and routing, multi-tasking and priority management skills, ability to balance conflicting demands related to customer care and job routing. Pay based on experience.

SEEKING ESTIMATOR/ PROJECT MANAGER WHO WILL: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Seek out projects to bid Complete estimates and produces proposals Create material list for the job and compares to bid Review purchase orders from jobs and manages any discrepancies Participate in job scheduling Review job site prior to start of job and throughout project to completion for quality Determine material and equipment schedule and assure delivery to job Visit job sites as needed throughout the project Maintain contact and communication with client representative on the job Schedule subcontractors and follow up to assure work is done as needed, on time, and to specifications Assure job site inspections are occurring Coordinate job payment schedule with Accounting Dept. Document job changes in writing with assistance from Project Assistant

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • 5 years experience in concrete construction estimating and project management • 5 years construction field experience • College or other coursework in construction management or estimating • Strong organizational, interpersonal skills • Proficient on MS Office • Clean DMV, drug free

Please forward resume and salary requirements to Trisha@Sonomamarin.com

Call 415.898.2700 for more information.

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