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March 18, 2014 Vol. 58, Issue #11

MBA  welcomes  new  CEO,  Rick  Wells!       The  Board  of  Marin  Builders  Association  of  Marin  is  pleased  to  announce   the  appointment  of  Rick  Wells  as  the  new  CEO  of  the  Marin  Builders   Association,  effective  May  15.     Wells  brings  over  15  years  of  experience  in  Association  Management  to   the  MBA.  Over  the  past  four  years  he  served  as  the  President  and  CEO  of   the  San  Rafael  Chamber  of  Commerce.  During  his  time  in  San  Rafael,   Wells  and  his  team  created  a  financially  sustainable  business  model  for   the  Chamber.  The  Chamber  has  been  increasingly  visible  in  advocating   for  its  business  membership  including  supporting  workforce;   infrastructure  and  economic  development  projects.    In  2013,  the   Chamber  established  the  Economic  Vitality  Partnership  with  the  City  of   San  Rafael  and  the  Marin  Economic  Forum  with  the  goal  of  keeping  and  growing  businesses  in  San   Rafael.  The  Chamber  also  expanded  partnerships  with  the  San  Rafael  Leadership  Institute,  Marin   Council  of  Chambers  and  Downtown  Business  Improvement  District.    The  Chamber  was  also  recently   recognized  as  Certified  Green  Business  by  the  County  of  Marin  and  adopted  a  highway  in  downtown   San  Rafael.  Wells  plans  to  stay  on  at  the  Chamber  for  several  weeks  in  order  to  help  with  the   leadership  transition.  Before  coming  to  San  Rafael,  Wells  served  as  the  President  and  CEO  of  the   Vallejo  Chamber  and  Director  of  Membership  at  the  Napa  Chamber.       Wells  earned  a  Masters  of  Business  Administration  degree  in  Sustainable  Management  Presidio   Graduate  School  in  San  Francisco.  He  also  holds  degrees  from  the  University  of  California,  Davis  and   Orange  Coast  College.  He  holds  both  the  IOM  (Institute  of  Organizational  Management)  and  CAE   (Certified  Association  Executive)  professional  certification.           “We  are  thrilled  that  Rick  has  decided  to  join  us  at  the  Builders  Association”,  said  Board  President  Jim   Schalich.    “We  were  fortunate  to  have  an  outstanding  group  of  finalists  from  which  to  select  our  new   CEO,  and  we  are  grateful  to  those  who  expressed  their  interest.    The  Board  of  Directors  looks  forward   to  charting  a  new  course  with  Rick  at  the  helm,  and  we  are  sure  the  membership  will  be  enthused  by   Rick’s  appointment.”     "I  am  ecstatic  to  start  work  with  the  Association  staff,  Board  and  membership  team”,  adds  Wells.  “I   look  forward  to  getting  to  work  with  all  of  the  dynamic  people  from  the  MBA  and  will  be  fully  engaged   in  doing  our  part  every  day  to  ensure  this  exceptional  community  continues  to  prosper."     Rick  will  provide  leadership  to  the  Board,  staff,  volunteers,  and  other  stakeholders  in  implementing   the  vision  and  mission  of  Marin  Builders  Association.        


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Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

IN THE NEWS

IN MEMORIAM Catherine Munson died peacefully after a brief illness at the age of 86.

Proudly she worked up until her death. Throughout her life she mentored, served and helped thousands. Catherine was a larger than life energy, passionate about many civic causes; serving on boards of the arts and sciences. She reveled in her garden, music, great chocolate, wine, and world travel. Catherine loved being a real estate broker and owned her own company for 56 years. She is an Icon with Eichler homes. Her life began in humble beginnings in Nebraska and she was a self made woman who forged her own path in every way.

Martin Joseph Bramante passed away peacefully on March

6, 2014 at his home in Belvedere. Martin enjoyed 94 years of a life filled with love for his family, hard work and a great zest for travel, socializing and playing cards. He loved people of all inclinations and found great satisfaction in being able to brighten anyone's day. Martin was fiercely proud of his Italian heritage and had close ties with Fisherman's Wharf where his father was a commercial fisherman for many years. Although he had little formal education, his penchant for figures led to a successful business career in real estate acquisition and development in San Francisco, Marin and Sonoma. He and his partner, Bruce Bernhard, founded Calpox, Inc., which eventually became the parent company of his many business interests. In 1967, Martin and his partner started San Quentin Disposal Site in east San Rafael. Many Marinites have fond memories of Martin handing out lollipops and doggie biscuits to children and dogs along for the ride. He operated the landfill for 20 years, closing it in 1987 to develop the property as Shoreline Center. Martin loved business and was famous for his ability to work complicated financial equations with speed and accuracy and without the benefit of pencil or paper. Martin was the Marin Builders Association Construction Man of the Year in 2005. He was active in local business for over 60 years and came to his office every day until shortly before his passing.

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Notice inviting bids for

CAMINO ALTO, MILLER AVENUE/ALMONTE BLVD IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 @ 2:00 PM

IN THIS ISSUE ________________________ VOL.58 ISSUE#11

MBA

WELCOMES

RICK

WELLS

NEW

CEO,

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In Memoriam ......................................2 Project of the Week

City of Mill Valley

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Save The Date: MBA 2014 Events ........4

Constructing a 10’ wide sidewalk, removing existing concrete & asphalt concrete

The Capitol Connection

pavement, installing curb & gutter, reconstructing driveways, reconstructing a

5 Things YOU Need to Know

median, installing curb ramps, installing & remove drainage inlet(s), relocating roadside signs & traffic signals.

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Phil Vermeulen ..................................14 SAFETY: Table Saws

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Bidders who have questions regarding the project should contact The City of Mill Valley at (415) 388-4033.

Permits

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

2014 Scholarship Application ...........30

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Tax Liens & Completions ..................28

Project Bid Schedule

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Classifieds ..........................................44 __________________________

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

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SAVE THE DATES

03.19.14

2014 events

HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACT WORKSHOP @ MBA Offices 9:00 AM - Noon

04.18.14

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE @ 5:00PM

05.02.14

BOCCE BALL TOURNAMENT Details TBA

06.10.14

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS RECEPTION Details TBA

09.22.14

ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT @ Marin Country Club Time TBA

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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. MBA MEMBER

SECRETARY John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting Past President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets Executive Director Rick Wells

FOR RENT $2.5 / 771 sq ft

Executive office w/ 2 additional spaces (San Rafael) Completely furnished Executive office space plus 2 additional private offices, coat closet, storage area and private restroom located in Terra Linda. Includes alarm system, A/C, utilities, available wi-fi, phone exchange and housekeeping. Space is private but connected to an existing business(owner) with other available amenities. For more information, please contact: Paula Krause at 415.462.1220 or paula@marinba.org

Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Aimi Dutra - The Dutra Group 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 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 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: Marin Builders Association

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BID REQUESTS BHM CONSTRUCTION, INC.

BHM CONSTRUCTION, INC.

E.F. Brett and Company, Inc.,

522 Walnut Avenue

522 Walnut Avenue

is seeking qualified DVBE, MOB, SBE

Vallejo, CA 94592

Vallejo, CA 94592

Subcontractors to bid on the following

Phone: (707) 643-4580

Phone: (707) 643-4580

project:

Fax: (707) 643-4581

Fax: (707) 643-4581 Bret Harte ES Exterior &

Miraloma Elementary School

Gordon J Lau ES Modernization &

ADA Improvements

Modernization (11676)

Commodore Stockton Early Education

Bid Due Date: 3/25/14 at 3:00 p.m.

San Francisco Unified School District

Center (11503)

San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Unified School District

Asphalt Paving, Pavement Markings,

San Francisco, CA

Painting, Roofing Sheet Metal, Carpentry,

BID DATE: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 AT 3:00 PM

HVAC & Electrical. BID DATE: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 AT 2:00 PM

Contact: Jim Mazet, E.F. Brett and Company, Inc.

BHM Construction, Inc. is seeking certified DVBE subcontractors to

BHM Construction, Inc. is seeking certified

PO Box 96, Woodacre Ca 94973

bid the following work: Demolition,

DVBE subcontractors to bid the following

fax 415.524.8349

Hazmat Abatement, Concrete,

work: Demolition, Hazmat Abatement,

phone 415.524.8351

Grading & Paving, Doors/Frames/

Concrete, Structural Steel, Grading

email jimm@efbrett.com

Hardware, Flooring, Roofing, Drywall,

& Paving, Doors/Frames/Hardware,

Painting, Mechanical, Electrical,

Flooring, Glazing, Roofing, Drywall,

Plans and specs at:

Plumbing, Signage, Striping, Insulation,

Painting, Toilet Partitions, Mechanical,

ARC Northern California- Bid Services

Waterproofing, and Metal Fabrication.

Electrical, Plumbing, Casework,

945 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA

Fencing, Signage, Striping, Insulation,

phone 415-537-2235

Waterproofing, and Metal Fabrication.

fax 415-348-0684

PLEASE FAX QUOTES TO:

sf.planwell@e-arc.com

(707) 643-4581 ATTN: SEAMUS DOOHER

PLEASE FAX QUOTES TO: (707) 643-4581

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

ATTN: SEAMUS DOOHER

& Provide Bonding Assistance When Applicable.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer & Provide Bonding Assistance When Applicable.

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Hudson Street Design of Marin Trained, Certified, Experienced Professionals

Contractor’s Breakfast Friday, March 21th, 7am to 8am Sam’s Place 1545 Novato Blvd, Novato Please RSVP 415-924-8300 CSR@HLC-Inc.com

Join Brad Borne, of Häfele America Co. as he takes you for a visual walkthrough the incredible range of Häfele’s sliding door products and LED lighting solutions. This presentation is filled with application photos from the breadth and depth of some of our 20,000 Häfele products and is specifically designed to help contractors, architects, and designers learn about new products, solutions and ideas that you can use for years to come.

3773 Redwood Highway San Rafael 415.924.8300 CSR@HLC-Inc.com www.HLC-Inc.com

A Division of HLC Incorporated

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MBA  Group  Legal  Plan   Provided  by  McLennon  Law  Corporation  (“MLC”)   Designed  to  prevent  legal  problems  before  they  become  a  problem!  This  group  program   provides:   •  Initial  Consultation   •  Access  for  free  monthly  phone  consultations   •  Reduced  hourly  rates   •  Special  contingency  fee  rates   •  Reduced  flat  fee  rates  for  specific  services    

For  more  information  on  this  valuable  benefit     contact  Paula  at  415-­‐462-­‐1220  or  by  email  at  paula@marinba.org.      

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Join  MBA  and  MLC  for  a  Home  Improvement  Contract   Workshop!   In  2006  the  California  legislature  significantly   changed  the  rules  governing  content  and   format  required  for  Home  Improvement   Contracts.   Most  direct  contracts  with  home  owners  do   not  comply  with  the  law,  exposing  the   contractor  to  potential  difficulties  in  collecting   for  work  performed  and  discipline  by  the   licensing  board.     MLC’s  mission  is  to  make  it  easy  for   contractors  to  comply  with  the  law.     Our  promise:    If  you  join  us  for  a  three  hour   workshop,  you  will  receive:     1. A  contract  in  Word  format  that   complies  with  California  Law;  and   2. A  good  understanding  of  how  to  use   your  new  contract.    

To  allow  all  participants  to  have  questions  answered,  workshops  will  be  limited  to  10   participants.    Comments  by  participants:   “I really appreciated the workshop and felt very informed by it. I would love to see some info on subcontractor contracts as well.” – Jennifer, co-owner of general contracting firm “This was a very well presented workshop that made the HIC understandable and useable. It was great that there were meaningful discussions on lien law and other elements of the contract that are useful in and of themselves. . . . the open dialog made the presentation interesting and kept me engaged...this was money very well spent.” – Dan, owner of subcontracting firm.

Date:   Time:   Place:   Cost:  

March  19,  2014   9:00  a.m.  to  Noon  (with  one  break,  continental  breakfast  and  coffee  provided)   MBA  offices  at  660  Las  Gallinas  Ave,  San  Rafael,  CA  94903   $500  per  participant  ($300  for  MBA  members)  

 

To  register  contact  Paula  (415)  462-­‐1220.    Visa  and  MasterCard  are  accepted.  

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FRAME TO FINISH

CARPENTRY CLINICS

WITH MIKE SLOGGATT

Monday, April 7 7:30am-2:30pm Healdsburg Lumber Company 359 Hudson Street Healdsburg, CA 95448

MASTER YOUR CRAFT If you believe in quality craftsmanship, don’t miss this FREE event!

Healdsburg Lumber Company, with support from WindsorONE, Andersen Windows & Doors, Festool, and Typar, is proud to offer one day of hands-on building clinics with Mike Sloggatt, remodeling specialist and a nationally recognized author and teacher. These clinics will highlight WindsorONE’s new line of Classic American Moldings, Andersen windows, as well as new, innovative tools from Festool, and Typar’s weather-protection system. Don’t miss this educational opportunity as well as the special discounts, giveaways, and coupons for some of the best tools and materials in the industry. KATZ ROADSHOW SPONSORS FOR THIS EVENT

RSVP TODAY! Take advantage of this FREE opportunity. Breakfast & Lunch will be served.

By invitation only. RSVP required. To guarantee a seat, you must RSVP to:

Ryan Arata 707-431-9663 x 23 rarata@hlc-inc.com

MIKE SLOGGATT

MIKE SLOGGATT IS A FREQUENT contributor to the Journal of Light Construction magazine and writes for Fine Homebuilding and Tools of the Trade, in addition to moderating the JLC Rough Carpentry Forum. Mike teaches seminars and clinics in all aspects of carpentry and remodeling and is a regular presenter at JLC Live, The Remodeling Show, and the International Builders’ Show. He takes education seriously, especially for the construction industry, and appears frequently at association meetings, including NARI and other regional builder and material groups and lumber yards. Mike has more than thirty years of experience. He specializes in high-end, challenging remodels near his home on Long Island.

INCREASE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY | IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE | HONE YOUR SKILLS | www.KatzRoadshow.com

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FRAME TO FINISH

CARPENTRY CLINICS

WITH MIKE SLOGGATT

7:30AM-8:30AM

WATERPROOF WINDOWS Understanding water vapor and air transfer Maintaining a water-tight weather resistive barrier Self-adhesive membranes Pre-assembly techniques for window and door trim

8:30AM – until –

9:30AM SESSION 2

WATER MANAGEMENT

11:00AM

See the whole picture: moisture meters and wood movement Waterproof underlayment and flashing techniques Wall to Roof details Wood trim and siding requirements

11:00AM-12:00PM

LUNCH

10:00AM – until –

SESSION 3

INSTALLING EXTERIOR PRE-FIT DOORS

12:00PM

Healdsburg Lumber Company 359 Hudson Sreet Healdsburg, CA 95448

HOT BREAKFAST

SESSION 1

Monday, April 7 7:30am-2:30pm

– until –

1:00PM SESSION 4

1:30PM – until –

2:30PM

Preparing the rough opening Storm-proof sill pan details Jamb flashing Alternative trim details DECKS AND STRINGERS Code-approved deck ledgers Deck hardware requirements Innovative deck material Precise deck stringer layout

Continuing Education Credits & Certification are available for all events. For more information, or to book a show, contact Tristan@KatzBrand.com or visit KatzRoadshow.com.

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

Many contractors are taking advantage

So my question is what exactly are our options

LLC, but we want to keep the corporation in

of California now allowing operations as

to make my father the RMO of the new

existence with the Secretary of State in order to

a Limited Liability Company. However,

corporation? What is the cost?

keep selling our product. The corporation will

keeping the license number you had for

not be doing any installs.

years might be an issue. But first, another

A: Since your father has been listed on the

A: The CSLB allows a corporate license

contractor discovers a way to ‘waive’ the

current license as an Officer for over five

number to be reissued to an LLC if the

exam in qualifying a new corporate license…

years he can apply to replace the Qualifier and

following conditions exist: 1) The corporate

request to waive the exams. I understand that

license is in good standing immediately

Q: We are currently exploring the options to

your intentions are to apply for a new corporate

before its cancellation in connection with the

obtain a Class “B” contractor’s license. My

license, however in order to waive the exams

application for an LLC license; 2) The LLC was

father is currently serving as an Officer under

your father will need to first replace the Qualifier

formed by a corporation to continue the business

a Corporate license (also a “B)” and has been

on the existing license. Once he is listed as the

of the corporation subsequent to the cancellation

since Jan. 2008. He currently does not have a

RMO, he can then go apply under a separate

of the corporate entity’s license, and; 3) The

license himself and is looking at his options to

company as the qualifying individual without

personnel listed for each entity are the same.

obtain one. Due to his limited English he has

needing to take the exams since he will already

struggled with examination itself, and from my

be considered “Qualified”.

The law does not stipulate that it must be

own understanding he potentially qualifies for an examination waiver.

converted, so as long as you meet the three The State fee to replace the Qualifying

requirements above, you can keep your existing

Individual is $75.00. The State fee for the

corporation in place to use for other purposes

Unfortunately that’s where my confusion

new corporate license is $480.00 for one

not related to performing construction work and

begins. It seems there are a variety of options,

classification. If you, or anyone else, needs help

transfer the corporation’s license number to the

particularly replacing and becoming the new

with this process just give us a call.

newly formed LLC.

Responsible Managing Officer (RMO). But before I go further let me explain our intentions.

Q: We currently have a corporate contractor’s

We intend to incorporate a new business and

license that we want to change to a Limited

While knowledge is power, knowing where to go for the answers

run a separate company entirely once his license

Liability Company (LLC). Are we required

is half the battle. Get expert assistance immediately when you call

is obtained, as we no longer plan on working

to convert the corporation to an LLC with the

with the individuals that are part of the current

Secretary of State in order to keep the same

Corporate contractor’s license, and we are all in

contractor’s license number, or can we form a

agreement to dissolve the current corporation in

new LLC while keeping the existing corporation

the future.

in existence? We want to have the license

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

BIG

5 things 1 THING you need to know Marin Builders Association working for YOU!

1 “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.”

. I AM PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE MARIN BUILDERS ASSOCIATION AND ASSEMBLY MEMBER MARC LEVINE ARE

SPONSORING BILL AB 2355. THE BILL STATES THAT BY JANUARY 1, 2017, A LOCAL GOVERNMENT THAT HAS JURISDICTION OVER A STREET OR HIGHWAY WILL NEED TO ADOPT THE STANDARDS DEVELOPED BY CALTRANS FOR RECYCLED PAVING MATERIALS AND FOR RECYCLED BASE, SUB-BASE, AND PERVIOUS BACKFILL MATERIAL OR DISCUSS WHY IT IS NOT ADOPTING THOSE STANDARDS AT A PUBLIC HEARING. MARIN COUNTY HAS A POPULATION OF LESS THAN 260,000, MORE THAN 4,800 TONS OF ROOFING SHINGLES ARE DUMPED INTO MARIN LANDFILLS EVERY YEAR. IN ADDITION TEAR-OFF ROOFING SHINGLES ARE A BURDEN ON THE COUNTY’S GOAL OF ZERO WASTE BY 2025. WITH LANDFILLS FILLING TO CAPACITY AND VIRGIN MATERIALS BECOMING SCARCE TO ASCERTAIN, AB 2355 ‘THE ROOF TO ROADS’ MEASURE IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF GOOD PUBLIC POLICY THAT PROMOTES CONSERVATION WITH LITTLE COST TO THE PUBLIC.

― Winston Churchill

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MBA Sponsors “Roof to Roads” Legislation by Phil Vermeulen, MBA Legislative Advocate

Also In This Update

specification which allows for the use of up to

street or highway to either adopt the standards

Short-term Solutions Being Pursued to

25% RAP. By encouraging the use of RAP it

developed by Caltrans for recycled paving

Deal with Transportation Fiscal Cliff

increases the use of recycled materials, thereby

materials and for recycled base, sub-base,

Momentum Growing for New Water

increasing conservation of natural resources.

and pervious backfill material or discuss why

Bond with More Storage Capabilities •

it is not adopting those standards at a public

GO-Biz Offers New Round of California

In 2012, AB 812 (Ma) (Chapter 230 of 2012

Competes Tax Credit Workshops

Statutes) was signed into law. The measure

Bills Set For Hearing Next Week

authorizes the California Department of

Incredibly, although Marin County has a

IRS Encourages Small Employers to

Transportation (Caltrans) to establish

population of less than 260,000, more than

Check Out Small Business Health Care

specifications for the use of up to, and possibly

4,800 tons of roofing shingles are dumped

Tax Credit; Helpful Resources, Tax Tips

in excess of, 40% reclaimed asphalt pavement

into Marin landfills every year. Not to mention

Available on IRS.gov

(RAP) for hot asphalt mixes on or before

that tear-off roofing shingles are a tremendous

WHAT IS THE ENERGY

January 1, 2014. It also requires Caltrans to

burden on the County’s goal of zero waste by

COMMISSION’S PUBLIC DOMAIN

report to the Legislature regarding the progress

2025. Multiply the numbers for the remainder

SOFTWARE FOR COMMERCIAL

toward developing and implementing the

of the state and the amount is staggering!

BUILDINGS?

specification on or before March 1, 2016.

With landfills filling quickly and virgin

hearing.

materials becoming more scarce to ascertain, AB 2355 (Levine) ‘Roof to Roads’

Caltrans is currently in the committee

AB 2355 ‘the Roof to Roads’ measure is a

Legislation Sponsored By MBA

review process with the goal of increasing

perfect example of good public policy that

The MBA membership spoke and we reacted!

the allowable percentage of RAP to 40%. It

promotes conservation with little cost to the

AB 2355 (Levine) has been introduced by our

is anticipated that the study, along with the

public.

own Assemblyman Marc Levine which will

revised specification will be approved by June

mandate that all local governments implement

of 2014.

Short-term Solutions Being Pursued to Deal with Transportation Fiscal Cliff

an asphalt shingle recycling program. RAP (the term given to reprocessed materials

In anticipation that Caltrans will approve the

My colleagues and I within the transportation

containing asphalt pavement) is created when

40% RAP content by this summer, Assembly

community are pressing policy-makers to take

asphalt pavements are crushed, screened, and

Member Marc Levine introduced AB 2355 for

action in the current budget discussions to

recoated with a binder before being re-applied

MBA. By January 1, 2017, it will require a

keep some short-term funding flowing into the

as pavement. Currently Caltrans is using a

local government that has jurisdiction over a

transportation infrastructure pipeline until a

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This is a BAD bill that we have joined forces

longer-term solution can be achieved to address

previous years. Early payback of most or all

California’s looming Transportation Funding

of this money would buy-down the debt even

with many other employer groups to oppose.

Cliff.

further and put thousands of people to work.

It is set to be heard in the Assembly Labor Committee on March 19th. The measure

With Caltrans contracts dropping to half what

Other solutions

proposes a costly double-appeal process that

they were just two years ago, it is critical that

A modest transportation bond to invest in

presumes guilt for employers and undermines

these short-term solutions be adopted this year.

critical goods-movement projects, completing

due process with regards to citations for

HOV networks and relieving congestion

workplace safety violations and is unnecessary

Redirect truck weight fees

choke-points would provide funding for

in light of recently adopted regulations for an

At the top of the list is the proposal to redirect

essential capital projects that lack sufficient

expedited appeals process for these situations.

approximately $1 billion a year in truck weight

funding from existing revenue streams. AB 1634 requires employers to abate safety

fees back to the state highway account. The fees were historically used for road repair and

These steps alone won’t solve the more than

hazards for which they have been cited prior to

rehabilitation until the funds were shifted to

$10 billion annual funding shortfall afflicting

resolution of the appeal. In other words, while

the general fund to help fill the state’s budget

our state and local transportation systems, but

the employer exercises his right to contest the

shortfalls during the recession.

they will employ thousands of workers and

existence of a violative condition, California

enable the state to keep a bare-bones program

Division of Occupational Safety and Health

Now that the economy and state budget are

in place while the transportation community

(Cal/OSHA) could order the employer to

improving, it’s critical that truck weight fees be

and policy-makers work to achieve a long-term

fix the alleged violative condition before the

redirected back to the State Highway Account,

solution over the next two or three years. The

Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board

because each 40-ton semi causes as much

challenge is indeed daunting! Stay tuned!

(Appeals Board) has determined whether that alleged violative condition even exists!

damage to our highway system as 9,600 cars. GO-Biz Offers New Round of California Early repayment of transportation loans

Competes Tax Credit Workshops

The requirements for abatement are already

We are also strongly supporting Gov. Jerry

Gov. Jerry Brown’s Office of Business

grounds for appealing a citation issued by Cal/

Brown’s proposal to repay $351 million

and Economic Development (GO-Biz) is

OSHA. Moreover, Cal/OSHA has authority

borrowed from transportation accounts ahead

hosting a second series of workshops on its

to issue an Order Prohibiting Use where it

of schedule this year. By repaying the loans

new California Competes Tax Credit (CCC)

concludes a condition, process or piece of

---- also made to shore-up state finances during

program. To learn more about the program and

machinery poses an imminent hazard to

the depths of the recession ---- the Governor is

when the workshops will be held, please go to:

employee safety. Requiring employers to

helping pay down the state’s wall of debt and

http://www.business.ca.gov/Home.aspx?utm_

specifically contest an abatement where it

further stimulating the economy by putting

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would otherwise be stayed creates two separate

more people back to work rebuilding our

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appeals where currently there is one. The creation of a new ground for appeal concerning

crumbling infrastructure. Bills Set For Hearing Next Week

abatement is not needed and will place an unnecessary burden on Cal/OSHA, employers,

However, there is at least $1.5 billion more in transportation funding that has been taken

AB 1634 (Skinner) - OCCUPATIONAL

or borrowed from transportation accounts in

SAFETY AND HEALTH – VIOLATIONS

and other parties.

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There are many other areas of concern about

themselves or a family member. Pursuant to

included in the Affordable Care Act enacted in

this bill. It is for these reasons that we are

AB 1522, any unused sick leave accrued in the

2010. Under the ACA, eligible small employers

strongly opposed. One final note, the governor

preceding year could be carried over to the next

can claim the credit for 2010 through 2013 and

vetoed a similar bill last year. His veto

year, which is a significant change in existing

for two additional years beginning in 2014.

message stated:

law. While many employers voluntarily offer

For 2010 through 2013, the maximum credit is

“I am returning Assembly Bill 1165 without

sick leave for full-time employees, expanding

35 percent of premiums paid by eligible small

my signature. I share the author’s concern

this to all employees including temporary,

businesses and 25 percent of premiums paid

that workplace safety risks need to be abated

seasonal, and part-time employees will create a

by eligible tax-exempt organizations. In 2014,

quickly and not delayed during the appeals

huge burden on employers.

the maximum credit rate rises to 50 percent for small businesses and 35 percent for tax-exempt

process. Unfortunately, this measure would require the creation of a separate hearing

IRS Encourages Small Employers to Check

process at the Division of Occupational Safety

Out Small Business Health Care Tax Credit;

and Health duplicating an expedited Cal/

Helpful Resources, Tax Tips Available on

Small employers that pay at least half of the

OSHA Appeals Board process which was

IRS.gov

premiums for employee health insurance

recently adopted. I am directing Cal/OSHA

With business tax-filing deadlines fast

coverage under a qualifying arrangement

to consult with the author to make sure the

approaching, the Internal Revenue Service

may be eligible for this credit. The credit is

Appeals Board process is working as intended

today encouraged small employers that provide

specifically targeted to help small businesses

and, if necessary, to recommend any additional

health insurance coverage to their employees

and tax-exempt organizations provide health

administrative or regulatory actions that may

to check out the small business health care tax

insurance for their employees.

be needed.”

credit and then claim it if they qualify.

Depending upon how they are structured,

organizations.

eligible small employers are likely subject to AB 1522 (GONZALEZ) EMPLOYMENT:

The Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

one of the following three tax-filing deadlines,

PAID SICK DAYS

page on IRS.gov is packed with information

which fall in coming weeks:

Another bad bill that is set for March 19th

and resources designed to help small employers

March 17

is AB 1522 (Gonzalez). It would add to the

see if they qualify for the credit and then figure

April 15

already growing number of costs for California

it correctly. These include a 2013 tax credit

May 15

businesses by requiring both small and large

estimator, examples of typical tax savings

employers to provide their employees with

under various scenarios and answers to

Taxpayers needing more time to determine

mandatory, protected, paid sick leave.

frequently-asked questions.

eligibility should consider obtaining an automatic tax-filing extension, usually for six

AB 1522 mandates that all employers, except

Additionally, the IRS has Health Care Tax

months. See Form 4868 for individuals, Form

those with collective bargaining agreements,

Tips, designed to provide useful information

7004 for businesses and Form 8868 for tax-

provide any employee who has worked in

to employers, families and individuals. These

exempt organizations.

California for seven days with paid sick

tips include a new Small Business Health Care

leave, the accrual rate at one hour for every

Tax Credit tip as well as tips covering other

Businesses that have already filed and later find

thirty hours worked. After the 90th day of

Affordable Care Act topics.

that they qualified in 2013 or an earlier year can still claim the credit by filing an amended

employment, employees would be allowed to utilize their paid sick leave to care for

The small business health care tax credit was

return for the affected years.

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Corporations use Form 1120X, individuals use

Efficiency Standards (Title 24, Part 6 and Part 11).

engineers, and energy consultants may also use

Form 1040X and tax-exempt organizations use

-- CBECC-Com was developed as Open-

these tools to demonstrate compliance with the

Form 990-T. A three-year statute of limitations

Source Public Domain software and is

energy codes or beyond-code programs.

normally applies to these refund claims. See

available at no charge to users to calculate

WE WELCOME YOUR FEEDBACK

the instructions to these forms for details.

the impact of the 2013 Standards on newly

If you experience any issues with the software,

constructed nonresidential buildings and

please submit an issue (see http://bees.

additions to existing buildings.

archenergy.com/issue.html ) to help improve

Some businesses and tax-exempt organizations

CBECC-Com.

that already locked into health insurance plan structures and contributions may not have

-- CBECC-Com is used to determine the

had the opportunity to make any needed

energy use of the proposed design of a building

For more information:

adjustments to qualify for the credit for 2013 or

and compares it to an energy budget and

http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/training/

earlier years. These employers can still make

standard design to determine if the proposed

(If link above doesn’t work, please copy entire

changes so they qualify to claim the credit on

building meets the 2013 Building Standards.

link into your web browser’s URL)

future returns. -- To get started with CBECC-Com, a series To learn more about the Small Business Health

of short tutorial videos have been developed to

Care Tax Credit and view tips about other ACA

help users understand the software workflow,

topics, visit the Health Care Tax Tip page on

and specific features, as listed below. CBECC-

IRS.gov/aca. Newly added tips include:

Com software is available at http://bees.

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

archenergy.com.

What You Need to Know about the

Amount of Health Insurance Reported on

CBECC-COM TUTORIAL VIDEOS

Form W-2 - Learn about the amount of

These videos provide step-by-step procedures

What do I need to know about the Health

for modeling tasks using examples. You can

Care Law for my 2013 Tax Return?

view these online videos at http://www.energy.

To receive copies of IRS tax tips via email,

ca.gov/title24/training/.

subscribe at www.irs.gov/uac/Subscribe-toIRS-Tax-Tips.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Visit the FAQs ( http://bees.archenergy.com/

WHAT IS THE ENERGY

Documents/faq.pdf ) for more information

COMMISSION’S PUBLIC DOMAIN

on CBECC-Com. You can learn about the

SOFTWARE FOR COMMERCIAL

Building Energy Efficiency Software (BEES)

BUILDINGS?

Consortium’s mission to advance open

-- The California Building Energy Code

source software tools that may be used by

Compliance for Commercial (CBECC-Com) is

code agencies, rating authorities, or utility

a public domain software program developed

programs in the development of energy codes,

by the Energy Commission for modeling

standards, or efficiency programs. (See http://

nonresidential buildings for the 2013 Building

bees.archenergy.com/about.html ) Architects,

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54th Annual AIBD California Society Conference: Building Design + Building Science Skyline College in San Bruno / April 2 - 4, 2014

Attendance open to all: Building Designers, Architects, Engineers, Building Contractors, Subcontractors, Energy Consultants and Students. It is our goal to increase the working knowledge of attendees in the categories of building performance, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, building materials, construction methods, design practice skills and design business media. If you work within the residential construction industry as a building designer, contractor, consultant, student or educator, this conference is not to be missed. It is the first conference of its kind addressing building design while operating hands-on devices, bridging the gap between design and science. This year our conference will be at the Skyline College in San Bruno, a large and engaging facility, with 3 days filled with speakers, presentations, demonstrations, education, and networking. There will be sessions featuring the new Building Science Lab, a full-scale two-story portion of a house, to demonstrate and learn the dynamics of home performance with actual measuring instruments. During each day there will two educational tracks, Building Science and Design Practice, where attendees may choose to bounce from one track to the other. With each day building upon the educational sessions, it will conclude with a keynote presentation, for a total of three keynote addresses during the entire conference. Our Keynote speakers are:

Rick Chitwood, author of Measured Home Performance, mechanical engineer, mechanical contractor, educator and expert on optimizing residential home performance.

Ann Edminster, author of Energy Free, Homes for a Small Planet, primary author of LEED for Homes, educator and expert on Zero Net Energy homes. Dan Perunko and Gavin Healy, owners of Balance Point Home Performance, an HVAC and insulation contracting company, educators and building science experts in the practical applications of home performance. Additional Educational Sessions: Hand Drawn Renderings; Whole Building Energy Modeling; Experience the Building Science Lab; Learn how to Specify Energy Efficiency Features; Manage Condensation, Water Intrusion and Energy in the Real World; Embrace the new Energy Code; Videos and your Business; Passive House for All of California and Successful Passive House Design. We Thank our Sponsors:

Skyline College • Prosoco • PG&E • Knauf Insulation • Air Pohoda

Information and registration = www.aibdcaconference.org

Or go to www.aibdca.org then click on “Conference Information” in the right hand column AIBD California Society, 197 La Colina Drive • Alamo, CA 94507, www.aibdca.org Contact: Clay Johnson, AIBD, 707-834-1129, claycj@gmail.com

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New Workers’ Comp. & Insurance Program forsubject the: Permit lists to change, SAFETY

please check with Association.

All New Bills Introduced as Deadline Passes by Phil Vermeulen, MBA Legislative Advocate

Reasons to Enroll in the New MBA Insurance Program: 1.

MBA members receive preferred pricing and benefit from group buying power through exclusive carrier

2.

Access to George Petersen’s exclusive online Human Resources and Safety & Loss Control portal

3.

Work with one of three highly knowledgeable agents from George Petersen Insurance Agency who specialize in construction, and have access to their dedicated support team

4.

Access to the George Petersen Insurance Agency Newsletter

5.

Outstanding customer service

6.

Continued access to MBA’s safety programs For more information, please contact:

Bruce Okrepkie: 707.360.4117 or bokrepkie@gpins.com Daniel Walters: 707.525.4168 or dwalters@gpins.com Sean Parsons: 707.525.2715 or sparsons@gpins.com

Brought to you by:

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SAFETY

Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

Table Saws—Safe Operation Table saws are used for straight sawing. Depending on the blade, they cut either across (crosscutting) or with (ripping) the grain of the wood. When using a table saw, consider the following tips and safety measures. Basic operating steps: •

Only use equipment you are trained and authorized to operate.

When using hand-fed saws, adjust the height and angle of the blade.

Hold the stock and push it into the blade.

Use the guide to maintain a straight cut at the desired width.

At the end of the cutting stroke, change the position of the stock or push it past the blade.

Self-fed or power table saws are equipped with rollers or conveyor systems to hold the lumber and force-feed the stock into the rotating saw blade.

Table saw with guard properly in place.

Point of operation hazards: •

Injuries can occur if your hands slip while feeding the stock into the saw, or if you are holding your hand too close to the blade while cutting.

Injuries can also result when removing scraps or finished pieces of stock from the table.

If the saw is set up improperly, e.g., with the fence out of adjustment or the blade too high, the stock can either “kick back,” or your hand can be pulled toward the blade.

Additional hazards: •

Injuries may occur if the operator makes contact with the blade or power transmission apparatus under the table. − Always guard the portion of the blade below the table. Protect operators from possible contact with any parts under the table when the saw is in operation. − Always make sure the power transmission apparatus (belts, pulleys, chains, sprockets, etc.) is guarded.

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SAFETY

Table Saws—Safe Operation Kickbacks: •

Kickbacks occur when the blade catches the stock and throws it back toward the operator. They are more likely to occur when performing rip cuts, rather than crosscuts.

They can result when: − The blade height is not correct. − The blade is not maintained properly. − Guards with anti-kickback devices or spreaders are not used or adjusted correctly, particularly when using wet or poor-quality lumber.

To avoid kickbacks: − When ripping stock, use a spreader to prevent material from squeezing the saw or kicking back during the process. − Use anti-kickback fingers to hold the stock down. − Maintain the blade so that the teeth are in line with one another. The blade needs to be as close to perfectly flat as possible and needs to stay that way during the cut. − Maintain the blades and sharpen blade teeth on a regular basis.

Safety precautions: •

Ensure that the saw components (blade, guard, arbor, fence, etc.) are adjusted correctly and the blade is sharp.

Ensure that the blade is designed for the type of cutting being done and fits the saw's arbor precisely.

Enclose the portion of the saw above the table with a self-adjusting guard that will adjust to the thickness of the material being cut and remain in contact with it.

Ensure that anti-kickback and spreader devices are in place and adjusted correctly.

Establish and follow lockout requirements for service or maintenance of the table saw.

Wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

Use a push stick for small pieces of wood and for pushing stock past the blade.

Keep your hand positioned on the fence as you are feeding stock.

Do not reach over the blade.

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SAFETY

Sierras de mesa—operación segura Las sierras de mesa se utilizan para el corte recto. Dependiendo de la cuchilla, cortan ya sea a través de (transversal) o con (al hilo) la veta de la madera. Cuando se utiliza una sierra de mesa, considere los siguientes consejos y medidas de seguridad. Pasos básicos de operación: •

Utilice únicamente los equipos que usted está capacitado y autorizado para operar.

Cuando se utilizan las sierras de avance manual, ajuste la altura y el ángulo de la cuchilla.

Sierra de mesa con la guarda en su lugar correctamente

Agarre el material y empújelo en la cuchilla.

Utilice la guía para mantener un corte recto en la anchura deseada.

Al final del movimiento de corte, cambie la posición del material o empújelo más allá de la cuchilla.

Las sierras de mesa automáticas o de auto-alimentación están equipadas con los sistemas de rodillos o transportadoras para sujetar la madera y auto-alimentar el material en la cuchilla de sierra rotatoria.

Peligros en el punto de operación: •

Las lesiones pueden ocurrir si sus manos se resbalan mientras introduciendo el material en la sierra, o si su mano está demasiado cerca de la cuchilla durante el corte.

Las lesiones también pueden resultar al quitar trozos o piezas acabadas de material de la tabla.

Si la sierra está configurada incorrectamente, por ejemplo, con la guía mal ajustada o la cuchilla demasiado elevada, el material puede “contragolpear,” o la mano puede tirarse hacia la cuchilla.

Peligros adicionales: •

Las lesiones pueden ocurrir si el operador hace contacto con la cuchilla o el aparato de transmisión de energía debajo de la mesa. − Siempre proteja la parte de la cuchilla por debajo de la mesa. Proteja a los operadores de posible contacto con cualquier parte debajo de la mesa cuando la sierra esté en funcionamiento. − Siempre asegúrese de guardar el aparato de transmisión de energía (correas, poleas, cadenas, piñones, etc.).

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SAFETY

Sierras de mesa—operación segura Contragolpes: •

Los contragolpes ocurren cuando la cuchilla atrapa el material y lo tira hacia el operado. Ellos son más propensos a ocurrir cuando se realizan cortes al hilo, en lugar de cortes transversales.

Pueden resultar cuando: − La altura de la cuchilla no está correcta. − La cuchilla no se mantiene correctamente. − Las guardas con dispositivos de anti-contragolpe o esparcidores no se utilizan o se ajustan correctamente, especialmente cuando se utiliza la madera húmeda o de mala calidad.

Para evitar contragolpes: − Al cortar al hilo el material, utilice un esparcidor para evitar que el material aprieta la sierra o contragolpea durante el proceso. − Utilice los deditos de anti-contragolpe para mantener el material hacia abajo. − Mantenga la cuchilla de manera que los dientes estén alineados entre sí. La cuchilla tiene que estar lo más cerca a perfectamente plana como sea posible y debe permanecer así durante el corte. − Mantenga las cuchillas y afile los dientes de las cuchillas de manera regular.

Precauciones de seguridad: •

Asegúrese de que los componentes de la sierra (cuchilla, guarda, eje, guía, etc.) estén correctamente ajustados y la cuchilla esté afilada.

Asegúrese de que la cuchilla esté diseñada para el tipo de corte que se realiza y que se ajuste al eje de la sierra con precisión.

Encierre la parte de la sierra sobre la tabla con una guarda de auto-ajuste que se ajusta al grosor del material a cortar y permanecer en contacto con él.

Asegúrese de que los dispositivos de anti-contragolpe y esparcidor estén en su lugar y correctamente ajustados.

Establezca y siga los requisitos de cierre para el mantenimiento de la sierra de mesa.

Use el equipo de protección personal (PPE) apropiado.

Utilice un bastón para empujar para las piezas pequeñas de madera y para empujar el material más allá de la cuchilla.

Mantenga la mano colocada en la guía mientras alimenta el material.

No se estire sobre la cuchilla.

Siempre lea y siga el manual del dueño cuidadosamente.

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SAFETY

Table Saws—Safe Operation This form documents that the training specified above was presented to the listed participants. By signing below, each participant acknowledges receiving this training.

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PERMITS

Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Banakus Daniel J & NeidreTJ BUILT CONSTRUCTION INC 1 Palomino Cr Novato 146-292-09 (23) Interior Rem Orr Elizabeth C GUTIERREZ ROOFING CO. 859 Marin Dr Mill Valley 049-221-13 (53) Reroof Martin Peter T COOKE CONSTRUCTION 205 Reed St Mill Valley 048-042-04 (21, 22) Remodel Talke Pekka O & VERSAGGI CONSTRUCTION 365 Vista Grande Greenbrae 070-041-12 (13) DeckT.D 1/2 San Francisco Zen Cntr OWNER 1601 Shoreline Hwy Mill Valley 200-020-21 (53) Reroof Cox James S /Tr/ & Etal GOLD HAMMER CONSTRUCTION 296 Greene St Mill Valley 050-132-14 (23) Rmdl Kit Dour Lisa PREMIER CONSTRUCTION 63 Chalda Ct San Rafael 180-380-50 (93) Minor Water Hee Robert & Sophia L /Tr SWETT CONSTRUCTION INC 617 College Ave Kentfield 075-052-05 (29/#1/#4) (12) D Allen Marlene Bypass Tr MORRIS ROOFING 301 E Strawberry Dr Mill Valle 043-233-23 (53) Reroof Alotto Smith Trust Etal CORNERSTONE ROOFING INC 459 Oceana Dr Dillon Beach 100-331-01 (53) Tear Off & R Strawberry Village Retail PACIFIC CONSTRUCTION 800 Redwood Highway # 120 / 12 043-321-03 (33) Remove Wall Solomon Michael SUMMIT PROFESSIONAL BUILD 432 Woodland Rd Kentfield 074-232-11 (11,12) Ret Wall Solomon Michael SUMMIT PROFESSIONAL BUILD 432 Woodland Rd Kentfield 074-232-11 (10,13,50,54)New Van Acker-Bleier Livi T VAN ACKER CONSTR ASSOC IN 1060 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd M 034-062-08 (12, 33, 56) Ten Fiddyment Diane RevoTru SOLARCITY CORP 55 Estates Dr San Anselmo 176-122-16 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Searle Claudia R SOLARCITY CORP 502 Palma Way Mill Valley 049-045-36 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Ko Brian J & Amanda OWNER/BUILDER 2790 Heatherstone Dr San Rafae 164-164-06 (21, 22) Interior Zeichner Sandra B ARMSTRONG INSTALLATION SE 26 Meadow Dr San Rafael 180-133-19 (53) Reroof Gowan Carl A Tr & DE MELLO ROOFING 58 Mt Muir Ct San Rafael 164-481-17 (53) Reroof Larance Benjamin & OWNER 1209 Lattie Ln Mill Valley 048-223-17 (12,55) Rpr/Rpl D Paff Revoc Trust Etal AMERICAN SOLAR 19 Rosebank Ave Kentfield 074-051-15 (60) 9.2 Kw Roof Rivera Eden J REC SOLAR INC 3 Silver Lace Ct San Rafael 164-582-12 (60) 2.55 Kw Roof Roffman Edward /Tr/ & BUSH CONSTR. & DES. INC. 64 Milland Dr Mill Valley 043-361-40 (23) Rmdl Kit - E Safanda John F & NEAL HOUX CONSTRUCTION 35 Deer Hollow Rd San Anselmo 177-101-04 (22)(23)(13) Remo Lutz-Carlson Family Trust PACIFIC RIDGE CONSTRUCTIO 351 Laurel Way Mill Valley 049-205-10 (23, 58) Kitchen, Follett Christopher M HOLDEN CHEMERS 72 Upper Briar Rd Kentfield 075-141-07 (13) Increase Siz Tobin Real Property Llc ACME ROOFING 268 Seadrift Rd Stinson Beach 195-340-74 (53) Reroof

Value $52,175 $15,358 $100,000 $70,000 $60,000 $36,300 $20,765 $1,000,000 $19,485 $18,995 $20,000 $50,000 $175,000 $400,000 $15,400 $14,300 $70,000 $14,000 $13,890 $25,000 $33,200 $14,000 $40,000 $175,000 $70,000 $35,000 $15,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Address 22188 State Route 1 Unit #2 Marshall 22188 State Route 1 Unit #1 Marshall 7 Sea View Dr San Rafael 1 Palomino Cr Novato 3800 Lucas Valley Rd Nicasio 303 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 412 Ash St Mill Valley 680 Goodhill Rd Kentfield 68 Bahama Reef Novato 110 Carlotta Cir Mill Valley 55 Estates Dr San Anselmo 502 Palma Way Mill Valley 19 Rosebank Ave Kentfield 3 Silver Lace Ct San Rafael 64 Milland Dr Mill Valley

Owner Work Straus Land Co Llc 20.4-1/2 Manufactured Rancher Straus Land Co Llc 20.4-1/2 Manufactured Rancher Louise Kayer Trust (62) Demolish Fire-Damaged Hou Banakus Daniel J & Neidre J (23) Interior Remodel - Expres Lucas Ltd (50) Verizon - Repl 2 Panel An Gould Bryan /Tr/ & (23) Remdl Kit, Ba, Bdrm, Liv 412 Ash St Llc (29-1/3, 12) New Single Family Havlek David A (22,23,12,13,58) Rmdl, Addn, E Tyurin Sergey (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 3 K W - Ex Euskadi Properties I Llc (11) Replace (E) Concrete Reta Fiddyment Diane Revoc Trust (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 7 K W -Exp Searle Claudia R (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 6.5 K W - Paff Revoc Trust Etal (60) 9.2 Kw Roof Mounted Phot Rivera Eden J (60) 2.55 Kw Roof Mounted Phot Roffman Edward /Tr/ & (23) Rmdl Kit - Express

Value $129,000 $129,000 $50,000 $52,175 $10,000 $30,000 $517,000 $700,000 $20,910 $23,450 $15,400 $14,300 $33,200 $14,000 $40,000

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Corte Madera

3/3/2014

Mulcahy Kevin

Corte Madera

3/3/2014

Corte Madera

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Enstad Construction 261 Morningside Dr

Remodel

$75,000

Murphy David

CMB Enterprises

Drywall

$13,200

3/3/2014

Bastacky Jacob

Ally Electric & Solar, 62 Corte Madera Ave Inc.

Electrical

$10,000

Corte Madera

3/4/2014

Koll P.J.

Advanced Home Energy

390 Corte Madera Ave Replace A/C Unit, Furnace & Ducts

$15,000

Corte Madera

3/5/2014

Harrison Cory & Stephanie

James Martinez

244 Golden Hind Psge

Kitchen Remodel

$25,000

Corte Madera

3/6/2014

Gospodnetich Chris

Abel C Maldonado

639 Meadowsweet Dr

Remodel Bathroom

$18,000

San Rafael

3/4/2014

Hardman Christopher

229 Southern Heights Blvd

ALTER-SFD

$104,000

San Rafael

3/4/2014

O Dell Wesley A &

11 Dunfries Ter

ALTER-SFD

$65,000

515 Tamalpais Dr

San Rafael

3/4/2014

Morris Katie A &

Morris Katie A &

42 Crestwood Dr

ALTER-SFD

$48,000

San Rafael

3/4/2014

Mc Entee James J&

Mc Entee James J&

105 Du Bois St

ALTER-SFD

$13,000

San Rafael

3/4/2014

Cline Revoc Trust Eta

12 Sienna Way

ALTER-SFD

$30,000

San Rafael

3/4/2014

Monjure Martha F /Tr

James Flanagan Build

31 Arguello Cir

ALTER-SFD

$10,000

San Rafael

3/4/2014

Beltramo Residence

Alb Designs

107 1St St

ALTER-SFD

$30,000

San Rafael

3/5/2014

Graham Center Llc Pars Power 5 Fairchild Dr

815 Francisco Blvd W

ALTERCOMMERCIAL

$15,000

San Rafael

3/6/2014

Kern Gregory G

204 Mcnear Dr

ALTER-SFD

$174,230

San Rafael

3/6/2014

Terzino David M &

14 Pleasant Ln

ALTER-SFD

$28,000

San Rafael

3/6/2014

Buckelew Programs

All Phase Construction

30 Fairfax St B

NEW APARTMENTS

$30,000

San Rafael

3/6/2014

Holbrook Johnathan

Marin Kitchen Works

7 Lagoon Rd

ALTER-SFD

$40,000

San Rafael

3/7/2014

Montecito Mkt Place

Evenich Construction

315 3Rd St

ALTERCOMMERCIAL

$60,000

Miguel Cardoso

San Rafael

3/10/2014

Hansen Leslie V

Mc Leran Inc

301 H St

ALTER-SFD

$18,200

San Rafael

3/10/2014

San Rafael Manor Inc

Brandon Riedel

1016 Los Gamos Rd

ALTERAPARTMENTS

$27,980

Tiburon

3/10/2014

Christopher Wand

Owner Builder

5 Burrell Court

Seismic Upgrade

$12,000

Tiburon

3/10/2014

Roger & Elizabeth Bartels

Owner Builder

2334 Paradise Drive

Kitchen Remodel

$20,000

Tiburon

3/10/2014

Edward Holroyde

McGuire & Sons

1 Acacia Drive

Remodel Bath and Mini-Kitchen

$26,000

Tiburon

3/10/2014

Ian Schwartz

Torsen Construction 1 Round Hill Terrace

Remodel Master Bath and Bedroom

$40,000

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PERMITS

City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Tiburon

3/11/2014

Noel Leca

Sausalito Construction

34 Linda Vista Avenue Expand Kitchen

$20,000

Tiburon

3/12/2014

Daniel & Yoon Costello

Lawrence Fraser Construction

14 Bay Vista Drive

Renovate bathroom

$18,000

Tiburon

3/12/2014

Gurinder S Kalra & Gustavo Mendonca Rahvi Berry

4653 Paradise Drive

Convert one bathroom and closet space. Remodel ground floor.

$177,000

Tiburon

3/13/2014

Michael & Ann Diemar

Bay County Builders 2200 Vistazo East Inc Street

Rebuild decks

$11,500

Tiburon

3/13/2014

Keith & Alisa Stimson

Sausalito Construction

2 Indian Rock Court

Add roof, Add Media Room, Remodel Baths

$485,000

Tiburon

3/13/2014

Matt Coleman

Tom Ganley Construction Inc

140 Hacienda Drive

New Pool

$200,000

Tiburon

3/13/2014

Avais & Frances Ahmad

Marshal Builders & Contractors, Inc.

20 Sonora Court

Addition

$35,000

Tiburon

3/13/2014

Anishiya Taneja

McLeran Inc.

1778 Vistazo West Street

Reroof

$21,000

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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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

3/6

CITY OF SAN RAFAEL (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008102

3/6

CITY OF SAN RAFAEL (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008144

3/6

COASTSIDE CONCRETE (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008144

3/6

SAN RAFAEL CITY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008144

3/8

MARIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008396

3/8

SAN RAFAEL CITY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008102

3/8

TEAM GHILOTTI INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0008396

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

3/4

GLAGOLA CONST (O)

MICKEL ROB (E)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/4

GLAGOLA CONST (O)

ZIMMERMAN MARILYN (E)

LIEN

2014-0007813

LIENS

3/4

GLAGOLA CONSTRUCTION (O)

MICKEL ROB (E)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/4

GLAGOLA CONSTRUCTION (O)

ZIMMERMAN MARILYN (E)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/4

MICKEL ROB (E)

GLAGOLA CONST (O)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/4

MICKEL ROB (E)

GLAGOLA CONSTRUCTION (O)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/4

ZIMMERMAN MARILYN (E)

GLAGOLA CONST (O)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/4

ZIMMERMAN MARILYN (E)

GLAGOLA CONSTRUCTION (O)

LIEN

2014-0007813

3/5

BAHIA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

SHORT ANDREA L (O)

LIEN

2014-0007917

3/5

BAHIA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

SHORT CHRISTOPHER J (O)

LIEN

2014-0007917

3/5

DONS GARAGE DOORS (E)

PERKINS TOM (O)

LIEN

2014-0007915

3/5

PERKINS TOM (O)

DONS GARAGE DOORS (E)

LIEN

2014-0007915

3/5

SHORT ANDREA L (O)

BAHIA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION LIEN (E)

2014-0007917

3/5

SHORT CHRISTOPHER J (O)

BAHIA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION LIEN (E)

2014-0007917

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

3/7

BUTLER NANCY (E)

CAPITAL ONE BANK /USA/ (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0008313

3/7

CAPITAL ONE BANK /USA/ (O)

BUTLER NANCY (E)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0008313

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

3/4

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BELLUS BEAN INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007798

3/4

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PEARLS INTERNATIONAL BEVERAGES (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007798

3/4

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PRESERVE CAPITAL GROUP LLC (O) TAX LIEN

2014-0007799

TAX LIENS

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS TAX LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

3/4

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ASCENT MANAGEMENT GROUP INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007800

3/4

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

THOMPSON DEVCO INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007801

3/4

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TRG TOTAL RETAIL (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007802

3/5

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TOBIAS ANTHONY (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007975

3/5

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WOODALL DAVID A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007976

3/5

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HAMBLY DAVID A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007977

3/5

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HYNES DAVID (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007978

3/5

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HYNES KIM (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007978

3/5

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MALOTT MARC B (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007979

3/5

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MEISNER CHERYL (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007863

3/5

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC COLLUM MARK J (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007864

3/5

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BURNS CHRISTOPHER E (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007865

3/5

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

EDWARDS CAITLIN E (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0007866

3/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BLACKADAR RUSSELL L (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0008115

3/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BARON AVI (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0008116

3/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HERRERA JOSE D (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0008117

3/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KATZENBACH CHRISTOPHER W (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0008118

3/8

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

C V INVESTORS LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0008454

3/8

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

LAKSHMI ENTERPRISES LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0008455

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2014 MBA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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2014 MBA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION OR GO TO http://marinba.org/scholarship/Scholarship_Application_2014.pdf

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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

3/14/2014

3:00 PM

Central Avenue Sidewalk Improvements

Napa*

021C

3/14/2014

3:00 PM

Replacement of Traffic Loop Detectors

San Jose

Online

3/14/2014

1:00 PM

St. Mary's Operating/General Surgery Renovation (SMMC) OR's & Hospital Improvements (ETC Projects)

San Francisco

Online

3/14/2014

5:00 PM

RFP-Provide Engineering Survey Services for the 2014 Citywide Benchmark Project

Dixon

ONLINE Dixon, city of

3/14/2014

2:00 PM

Fremont Main Library UPS Installation

Fremont

ONLINE Alameda, County of

3/14/2014

12:00 PM

BBVA-Compass Bank

Walnut Creek

ONLINE

3/14/2014

2:00 PM

Avis/Budget Car Rental Tenant Improivements

San Francisco

ONLINE

3/14/2014

4:00 PM

Oakdale Senior Center Exterior Painting

Oakdale

Online Onl

3/17/2014

2:00 PM

Mount Zion (MZ) A Building Freight Elevator No. 8 Upgrade

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

3/17/2014

11:00 AM

Neighborhood Market # 2468

Rohnert Park

ONLINE

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Construction of East Contra Costa Bart Extension Project Trackwork, System, and Facility Finishes

Contra Costa County 009C/B6 San Francisco Bay 66 Area Rapid Transit District

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

BART Substations CNC, ANA, WCR, CER, LRT, LEC, LSR 34.5KV Transformers Upgrade and Replacement

Oakland; Various

023C/S9 San Francisco Bay 01 Area Rapid Transit District

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

On-Call Weed Abatement Services

San Ramon

ONLINE San Ramon, City of

3/18/2014

3:00 PM

B-Tech Science Lab Modification

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley Unified School District

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Elevator Repair, Service & Maintenance

Fresno

Online

3/18/2014

12:00 PM

Potter Taylor Processing Plant

West Sacramento

Online

3/18/2014

10:00 AM

Elda Tank Staircase Project

San Anselmo

ONLINE Marin Municipal Water District

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Central Park Service Center Wash Pad

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Police/Fire Administration Bldg Refurbishments

Mountain View

ONLINE Mountain View, city of

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Measure A Group 6 Pavement Rehabilitation Contract 1 Roadway Preparation & Concrete Work

Novato

ONLINE Novato, City Of

San Jose, City Of

Oakdale, City of

California State University, Fresno

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Jersey Mike's Subs - Chico

Chico

Online

3/18/2014

12:00 PM

Folsom Central Plaza-Exterior Painting

Folsom

ONLINE

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Pershing Elementary & Green Oaks Elementary Student Toilet Orangevale Upgrades

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

West Sacramento Station 41 Emergency Generator Installation West Sacramento

ONLINE West Sacramento, City of

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Residential Airport Noise Insulation Program 2012-2014

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

3/18/2014

10:00 AM

Finish Hall Exterior Painting

Rocklin

ONLINE Rocklin, City of

3/18/2014

3:00 PM

Paradise Library Roof Replacement

Paradise

ONLINE Butte, County of

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Tercero Student Housing, Phase 4

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Street Signs

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

3/18/2014

5:00 PM

Citywide Sewer Lateral Replacement

Concord

ONLINE Concord, City of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

3/18/2014

11:00 AM

Walmart - Tenant Improvements

Rohnert Park

ONLINE

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Regional Water System Emergency Intertie 6

Felton

ONLINE

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

East Tabor Avenue & Grande Circle Crosswalk Project

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

3/18/2014

11:00 AM

Construction of Right Turn Lane Street Improvements at Eastbound Bangs Avenue to Southbound Prescott Road

Modesto

Online Onl

3/18/2014

2:00 PM

Burlingame High School New Two Story Classroom Building

Burlingame

Online Onl

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Purchase of CCTV Pipeline Inspection Equipment

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Strategic Consulting Services - RFP

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Ridgeway Swim Center Pool Boiler Replacement

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Furnish & Install New Pumping Equipment at Pump Station 313 Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Design-Build Proposal for Stanislaus County Project two-Day Reporting Center

Modesto

ONLINE

3/19/2014

5:00 PM

CG Alameda Bldgs 24 & 26 Barracks Repair

Alameda

Online

3/19/2014

2:30 PM

Various Locations Pavements Preservation FY 2014-2015

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

3/19/2014

10:00 AM

Regnart Elementary Modernization Upgrade of Fire Alarm, HVAC Upgrade, Restroom, Casework, Roofing, Painting, and Finishes

Cupertino

Online

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

9th St. Sewer Replacement FY 14

Tracy

ONLINE Tracy, City of

3/19/2014

1:30 PM

Non-chemical landscape bid for DMV Redwood City

Redwood City

Online

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Parking Lot C Extension

Gilroy

ONLINE Gavilan Joint Community College District

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

Oakmont Sewer Lift Station 17 Improvements

Santa Rosa

Online

3/19/2014

11:00 AM

Ulta # 1051

Pinole

ONLINE

3/19/2014

2:30 PM

Floating Dock Systems at Rancho Seco Recreational Park

Herald

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

3/19/2014

2:30 PM

Fell Street & Oak Street Streetscape Enhancements

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

3/19/2014

2:00 PM

CVS #9251 - Pleasanton

Pleasanton

Online

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

E Basin Sanitary Sewer Cleaning

San Mateo

008C/R0 San Mateo, City of 09

3/20/2014

2:30 PM

Point San Pedro Road Improvements Project

San Rafael

026C/E0 15B

3/20/2014

10:00 PM

Acappella Site Test Well And Commodore Site Test Well

San Bruno*

087C

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Laguna Water Meter Installation Project - Area C

Sacramento

E669B/0 Sacramento, County of 11C

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Noah's Bagel (Specs on Plans)

Walnut Creek

ONLINE

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Valley Manor Reroof

Newman

Online

3/20/2014

3:00 PM

Chilled Water Production System, De Anza College

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

Modesto, City of

Cupertino Union School District

Department of Motor Vehicles

Santa Rosa, City of

Stanislaus, County of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Cunningham Science & Math Replacement - Phase 3 & 4 Front Stockton End Documents

ONLINE San Joaquin Delta Community College District

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Dyer Kelly Elementary & Skycrest Elementary Student Toilet Room Upgrades

Sacramento & Citrus ONLINE San Juan Unified Heights School District

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Homestead High School New Cafeteria & Main Quad

Cupertino

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Unit Repair at Hacienda Public Housing Development Unit 965 Martinez CA110011

ONLINE Housing Authority of Contra Costa Co.

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Street Rehabilitation at 17th St between Castro St & Lakeside Dr & Jackson St between 11th St & Lakeside Dr

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Kitchen Flooring Replacement

Ukiah

Online

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Hazelton Diversion Structure

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

3/20/2014

3:00 PM

Santa Clara Street Concrete Rehabilitation Project - Measure ‘B’ Vallejo FY13/14,

Online

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Cordova High School Performing Arts Center

Rancho Cordova

Online

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

VBT Plaza Renovation Project

Hayward

Online

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

St. Mary's Sterile Processing Department & Kitchen Remodel

San Francisco

ONLINE

3/20/2014

10:00 AM

Repaving of North Parking Lot at Proctor Elementary School

Castro Valley

ONLINE Castro Valley Unified School Dist

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Loop Road & Pool Area Lighting Replacement

Fremont

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

3/20/2014

4:00 PM

90Ft, 105Ft, 120Ft Custom Galvanized Steel Poles

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

3/20/2014

12:00 PM

The Fountains - Pad F

Roseville

Online

3/20/2014

5:00 PM

Centrifugal Chillers Teardown Inspection, Installation & Repair Services

Oakland

ONLINE Department Of Transportation

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Ceres

ONLINE Ceres, City Of

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Salinas Grade Guardrail Upgrade

Hollister

Online Onl

San Benito, County of

3/20/2014

2:00 PM

Fairview/John Smith Road Guardrails

Hollister

Online Onl

San Benito, County of

3/21/2014

2:00 PM

South Trunk Sanitary Sewer Relieif Project - Phase I

San Mateo

004C/R0 25

3/21/2014

3:00 PM

Hot Applied Asphalt Cracksealer

El Dorado

ONLINE El Dorado, County of

3/21/2014

2:00 PM

Corepower Yoga San Francisco (Non-Union)

San Francisco

Online

3/21/2014

2:00 PM

Panera Bread # 1785

Barstow

ONLINE

3/21/2014

10:00 AM

Benicia Vegetation Management Project

Benicia

ONLINE Benicia, City of

3/21/2014

2:00 PM

Richmond Parkway Lighting Boxes

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

3/21/2014

2:00 PM

O'Farrell Towers Exterior Bldg Maintenance & Solar Hot Water System

San Francisco

ONLINE

3/21/2014

2:00 PM

It's Sugar-Fisherman's Wharf (Specs On Plans)

San Francisco

ONLINE

3/21/2014

10:00 AM

CG Bodega Bay Heating System Upgrade & Waterfront Repairs Bodega Bay

Online

3/24/2014

2:00 PM

Stoneridge Mall Sewer By-Pass Project

Pleasanton

089C/E6 Pleasanton, City of 81B

3/24/2014

12:00 PM

Eaton Village Apartments - Phase II

Chico

ONLINE

3/24/2014

2:00 PM

Unit Repair at El Pueblo Public Housing Development Unit 385 Pittsburg CA011005

ONLINE

State of California

Vallejo, City of

California State University East Bay

ONLINE Housing Authority of Contra Costa Co.

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

3/24/2014

12:00 PM

New Dollar General

Fortuna

ONLINE

3/24/2014

1:00 PM

Generator Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Services

Various

ONLINE California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Repair of Damaged and Displaced Sections of Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks, Unit No. 16 San Lorenzo, in Eden Township

Eden Township

E007B/0 Alameda, County of 70c

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Repair of Damaged and Displaced Sections of Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks, Unit No. 16 Castro Valley, San Leandro & Hayward

Eden Township

E008B/0 Alameda, County of 71c

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Tennis Facilities Expansion and Improvements

Vallejo

E010B

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

New Dillard Elementary School - Increment 2

Wilton

ONLINE

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Traffic Signal Modication & Pedestrian Island Modification at S. Cupertino De Anza Blvd and Prospect Road

ONLINE Cupertino, city of

3/25/2014

2:30 PM

South Tennis Courts Resurfacing Project

Online

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Centerville Unified Site Utility Remova,l Foundation Removal & Fremont Oil Spill Clean Up

ONLINE Fremont, City of

3/25/2014

4:00 PM

395 Golden Gate Avenue Landlord Improvements

San Francisco

Online

Hasting College of Law

3/25/2014

4:00 PM

Covington Road Class I Pathway

Los Altos

Online

Los Altos, City of

3/25/2014

2:30 PM

1040 Emeline Paint and Carpet Project

Santa Cruz

Online

Santa Cruz, County of

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Utility Conduit Projects

Healdsburg

ONLINE Healdsburg, City Of

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Exterior Door Repair Cesar Chavez Student Center

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

3/25/2014

3:00 PM

Mission College Facilities-Replacement Building Increment 2

Santa Clara

ONLINE West Valley-Mission Community College

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Clovis Avenue Street Improvements

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

3/25/2014

3:00 PM

Bret Harte ES Exterior & ADA Improvement Project

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

3/25/2014

4:00 PM

Intersection Bicycle Loops and Traffic Signal Improvement (San Los Altos Antonio Road & Cuesta Road/First Street)

Online

3/25/2014

3:00 PM

SJCC Physical Security Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose Evergreen Community College Dist

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Rubberized Cape Seal 2014

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Standard Sewer Rehabilitation Project

El Cerrito

ONLINE Stege Sanitary District

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Boyes Hot Springs Area Water Main Replacement - 2013

Sonoma

ONLINE

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Perform Repairs & Upgrades to HVAC Systems at Selected Facilities:B325 Boiler Replacement (Informal Bid)

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

2014 On-Call Sweeping Service Contract(s) for Various Road Maintenance Work

Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

2014 On-Call Grinding Services Contract For Various Road Maintenance Work

Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

3/25/2014

10:00 PM

2014 Road Seal

Sutter County

ONLINE Sutter, County Of

3/25/2014

11:00 AM

Pennsylvania Drive at Clifford St Operational Improvements

Watsonville

ONLINE Watsonville, city of

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Richmond Swim Center

Richmond

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

3/25/2014

2:00 PM

Sonoma City Hall Bell Tower Repair Project

Sonoma

ONLINE Sonoma, City of

Rohnert Park

Sonoma State University

Los Altos, City of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

DI Water Project at Science & Mathematics

Stockton

3/26/2014

1:30 PM

I-80/San Pablo Dam Road Interchange Relocation

San Pablo

014C/E6 East Bay Municipal 78B Utility District

3/26/2014

1:30 PM

Recoat Mokelumne Aqueduct No 3 - Phases 10 & 11

Oakland

E017B/0 East Bay Municipal 74C Utility District

3/26/2014

10:00 AM

Point San Pedro Road Medians Routine Landscape Maintenance

San Rafael

E671B/0 San Rafael, city of 75C

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Spawning Gravel Supplementation-Lower Feather River

Oroville

E683B/0 California Natural 91C Resources Agency

3/26/2014

2:30 PM

San Marcos Ave & Santa Rita Ave Wall & Stair Repairs (Micro- San Francisco LBE Set-Aside Program)

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

CVS #9635 - San Leandro

Online

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Maintenance & Modification of Power Generation Equipment & Sacramento Assets

ONLINE

3/26/2014

2:30 PM

Taraval Streetscape Improvements

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

3/26/2014

2:30 PM

1400 Emeline Storm Drain Improvement Project

Santa Cruz

Online

3/26/2014

5:00 PM

1845 El Camino Mix Used Building

Palo Alto

ONLINE

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Albert Schweitzer Elem School Restroom Upgrades

Carmichael

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

East Del Paso Heights Water Improvements

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

City Sports Club

Hayward

ONLINE

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Sanitary Sewer System Rehabilitation Package 1:CCTV Inspection of No Survey Piplines. Package 2:Spot Repair, CCTV Inspection & Lining of Abandoned Survey Pipelines

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

3/26/2014

3:00 PM

Janitorial Services for City Facilities

San Pablo

ONLINE San Pablo, City of

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Install Grease Interceptors at Presidio of Monterey, ORD Military Community & City of Monterey Buildings

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

West End Neighborhood North Sewer & Water ImprovementsPhase 1

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Del Valle Education Center Slide Mitigation Project Measure E

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Acalanes Union High School District

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Tomatina TI

San Mateo

ONLINE

3/26/2014

2:00 PM

Apply Energy Conservation Measures in Multiple Buildings:POM B838 Install Boiler, HVAC, VFD's & Controls

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

3/26/2014

11:00 AM

2014-2015 Fence Repair Program

Lodi

ONLINE Lodi, City of

3/26/2014

3:00 PM

Wellness & Human Performance Addition

Santa Clara

ONLINE West Valley-Mission Community College

3/27/2014

2:30 PM

Marin County Jail ACU #7 Replacement

San Rafael

016C/E6 70B

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Westside Pump Station Discharge Manifold Upgrade - THIS PROJECT WILL NOT BE SCANNED

San Francisco*

175c

San Francisco, City & County of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Cattle Fencing at Santa Teresa County Park

San Jose

E682B

Santa Clara, County of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

American River College Student Services Addition

Sacramento

ONLINE Los Rios Community College District

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

El Dorado Transit Tenant Improvements

Diamond Springs

ONLINE El Dorado, County of Transit Authority

3/27/2014

3:00 PM

Three Creeks Trail Pedestrian Bridge

San Jose

Online

San Jose, City Of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Hollister Hills State Vehicle Recreation Area Infrastructure and Rehabilitation

Hollister

Online

State of California

San Leandro

BIN # Plan Issuer San Joaquin Delta Community College District

Santa Cruz, County of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

3/27/2014

San Jose

Online

San Jose, City Of Santa Cruz, County of

3:00 PM

Emergency Diesel Generator Package 2A Project

3/27/2014

2:30 PM

126 Front Street Bathroom Remodel Project

Santa Cruz

Online

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Parking Lot Repair, Seal, and Stripe, and Bollard and Tree Grate Installation for the DMV Office in Los Gatos

Los Gatos

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Field Hockey Complex

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

3/27/2014

5:00 PM

UARP Roofing Services (3 Years) - New and Repair

Sacramento

Online

3/27/2014

10:00 AM

EVC & SJCC Parking Lot Lighting Fixture Replacement Project San Jose

ONLINE San Jose Evergreen Community College Dist

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Interior Structural Repair and Exterior Painting for 2500, 2520, & 2530 Barbers Point Road

Alameda

Online

Alameda, City of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Upper Northwest Interceptor Sections 1 & 2 Ground Improvement Project, Phase 2

Elk Grove

Online

Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

200 6th Street

San Francisco

ONLINE

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Well Pump Project, Equipping Replacement Well # 4

Aptos

ONLINE Cabrillo Community College District

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

East Elevation Repairs University Park North

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

3/27/2014

10:00 AM

Mission Bay-Storm Water Pump Station 5

San Francisco

ONLINE

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Edward Downer Elementary School Playfield Renovations

San Pablo

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Thomas Kelly Elem School Restroom Upgrades

Carmichael

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

3/27/2014

3:00 PM

Hillside Boulevard Improvements Project

Colma

ONLINE Colma, Town Of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Modernization Project-Increment 2 Del Valle Educational Center Walnut Creek

ONLINE Acalanes Union High School District

3/27/2014

3:00 PM

6967-Pine Avenue Sanitary Sewer Replacement

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

3/27/2014

3:00 PM

7206-Madrona Avenue Storm & Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Linden Park Improvements

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

3/27/2014

3:00 PM

7431-Sanitary Sewer Condition Assessment Repairs Package 1 San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Dudley Avenue Sidewalk Improvements Project

Piedmont

ONLINE Piedmont, City of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Sedgwick Elementary Modenization

Cupertino

Online

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Operated Equipment Supply Contract for Maintenance and Emergency Work for Flood Control Facilities

Alameda County

ONLINE Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation Dist

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

7483-2014 ADA Accessibility Ramps Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

3/27/2014

2:30 PM

RFQ-14052 County of Butte Repair of Tile Roof

Chico

ONLINE Butte, County of

3/27/2014

2:00 PM

Athletic Facility Improvements at Clayton Valley Charter High School (CVCHS)

Concord

Online Onl

Mt Diablo Unified School District

3/28/2014

3:00 PM

Gallagher Well Pipeline Project

Marin

E001B

North Marin Water District

3/28/2014

3:00 PM

RFQ - Upgrade Passenger Elevator at Children's Discovery Museum

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

3/28/2014

2:00 PM

Castroville Boulevard Overlay

Castroville

ONLINE Monterey, County of

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Cupertino Union School District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

3/28/2014

3:00 PM

Castroville Boulevard Pavement Delineation

ONLINE Monterey, County of

3/31/2014

1:30 PM

Real Time Display Information Infrastructure

San Jose

083C/E6 Santa Clara Valley 75B Transportation Authority

3/31/2014

3:00 PM

Temporary Modular Living Facility

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

3/31/2014

4:00 PM

Cattle Fencing at Joseph Grant County Park

Los Gatos

ONLINE Santa Clara, County of

3/31/2014

4:30 PM

RFQ - Engineering Technology (ET) Building Renovation

Pleasant Hill

ONLINE Contra Costa Community College District

3/31/2014

2:00 PM

Texas Street Brick Paver Replacement Project

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

3/31/2014

2:00 PM

Atria El Camino Gardens - Facility Improvements

Carmichael

ONLINE

4/1/2014

10:00 AM

404 Aviation Boulevard Roof Replacement

Santa Rosa

073C/E0 Sonoma County Water 16B Agency

4/1/2014

3:00 PM

Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course Reconfiguration Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

Russell Substation Shotcrete Wall Extension and Slope Improvements

Rio Vista

Online

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

Improvements to Tamalpais Unit at Old Juvenile Hall, for the Probation Department

Martinez

Online

Contra Costa, County of

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

District-Wide Exterior LED Lighting Upgrade

Oakland

ONLINE Peralta Community College District

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

Intersection Improvements on Fremont Boulevard at Adler Avenue

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

Track & Field Improvements for Lawson Middle School

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

Hoffman Marsh Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project

El Cerrito

ONLINE Stege Sanitary District

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

Intersection Improvements at Fremont Boulevard & Eggers Drive

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

4/1/2014

2:00 PM

MST Recycled Water Project Booster Pump Station No. 1

Napa

S450

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

North Palo Alto & Burns Easement Project Replacement & Construction of Sanitary Sewer Mains

Menlo Park/Atheron

E675B/0 West Bay Sanitary 85C District

4/2/2014

3:00 PM

Emergency Generator Replacement Project at Hamilton Menlo Park/Portola Henderson Sanitary Sewer Pump Stn & Village Square Sanitary Valley Sewer Pump Station

E676B/0 West Bay Sanitary 86C District

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

McKinley Park Restroom

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City of

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ #1636: Fire System Testing

Contra Costa County ONLINE Mt Diablo Unified School District

4/2/2014

1:30 PM

Exterior Lighting Retrofit for 15' Poles-Mission College

Santa Clara

4/2/2014

2:30 PM

9-1-1 Emergency Communications Center Clean Agent System San Francisco & Electrical Upgrades

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

Reroofing Project at James Denman Middle School

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

Guy West Bridge Painting & Rehabilitation Project

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

North Bay Operations & Maintenance Facility Waterside Construction Phase & Passenger Float Project

Vallejo

ONLINE Water Emergency Transportation Authority

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

Sidewalk Curb& Gutter Replacement

Tracy

Online

4/2/2014

3:00 PM

Fairview Substation Project

Santa Clara

ONLINE Santa Clara, City of

4/2/2014

2:00 PM

Kingswood K-8 Student Toilet Room Upgrade-Bid Package 1

Citrus Heights

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

Napa Sanitation District

ONLINE West Valley-Mission Community College

Tracy, City of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Citywide Street Name Sign Replacement Project

Oakley

090C

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Kovanda Avenue Storm Drain Improvement Project

Sacramento

E012B/0 Sacramento County 78C Municipal Services Agency

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Rowena Way Storm Drain Improvement Project

Sacramento

E013B/0 Sacramento County 77C Municipal Services Agency

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Kingswood K-8 Landscape & Irrigation Ph1-Bid Package 2

Citrus Heights

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Center For Aquatic Biology & Aquaculture (CABA) Well Replacement Project

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

TG10.5 Fire Protection and Fire Suppression

San Francisco

ONLINE

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Polymer for Wastewater Treatment

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Robertson Park Stadium Railing & Retaining Wall Project

Livermore

ONLINE Livermore Area Recreation & Park District

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Kitchen/Cafeteria Equipment Platform at the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center

Martinez

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

As-Needed Sewer Cleaning & Inspection

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

4/3/2014

3:00 PM

County of El Dorado Job Order Contracting

Placerville

ONLINE El Doardo, County Of

4/3/2014

11:00 AM

2014 Citywide Curb Ramp Improvements Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Brushy Canyon Adit & MF Rollout Road Restorations

Auburn

ONLINE Placer County Water Agency

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

Laguna Creek Weir Repair, East of Lewis Stein Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

4/3/2014

1:30 PM

Dustin Road Resurfacing (Peltier Road to Liberty Road)

Stockton

Online Onl

San Joaquin, County of

4/3/2014

2:00 PM

MST Recycled Water Pipeline Project

Napa

S451

Napa Sanitation District

4/4/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ-Architectural/Engineering & Other Related Services for Napa County Fire Station Projects

Napa

4/4/2014

11:00 AM

Madison Street & Yount St Pavement Rehabilitation & Sewer Repair Project

Yountville

ONLINE Yountville, town of

4/4/2014

12:00 PM

RFQ- Solano Community College HVAC & EMS Efficiency Project Implementation

Fairfield

ONLINE Solano Community College Distr

4/4/2014

2:00 PM

Island Annexation Sanitary Sewer Installation Areas 10, 11 & 14 Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

4/4/2014

4:00 PM

Asphalt Overlay Resurfacing of Two Tennis Courts in Marinwood Community Parks

San Rafael

ONLINE Marinwood Community Services District

4/4/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Power Prime Heavy Duty Trash & Sewage Pump

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

4/4/2014

2:00 PM

Glenn Dyer Detention Facility (GDDF) Water Conservation

Oakland

R015/07 Alameda, County of 9C

4/7/2014

2:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance Services City of Rohnert Park

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Rohnert Park, city of

4/7/2014

2:00 PM

2013 Pavement Maintenance Project-Phase 2

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino, city of

4/7/2014

3:00 PM

Job Order Contract No. 1272

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

4/7/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Baggage Handling System Services at Mineta San Jose International Airport

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

4/7/2014

2:00 PM

2013 Reconstruction of Curbs, Gutters & Sidewalks-Phase 2

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino, city of

4/7/2014

2:00 PM

West Valley Elementary School Modernization & Voluntary Seismic Upgrades

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

Napa, County of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

4/7/2014

3:00 PM

Muni Metro Subway Escalator Rehabilitation Phase 2

San Francisco

Online Onl

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

Bart Earthquake Safety Program Seismic Tetrofit Miscellanious Contra Costa County 003C/B6 San Francisco Bay Structures 67 Area Rapid Transit District

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

BART Wayfinding Improvements Phase II

Oakland

025/S90 San Francisco Bay 0 Area Rapid Transit District

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

Secondary Improvements Project (Master Plan Projects 4)

Discovery Bay

ONLINE Discovery Bay, Town of

4/8/2014

3:00 PM

Berkeley High Track Resurfacing

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley Unified School District

4/8/2014

3:00 PM

BHS Track Re-Surfacing

Berkeley

Online

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Micro-Surfacing Projects

Kensington

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

4/8/2014

3:00 PM

Millbrook Road Diet & Bike Lanes-Shields Avenue to Gettysburg Avenue

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Discovery Bay Asphalt Rubber Cape Seal

Discovery Bay

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

Camino Alto, Miller Avenue/Almonte Blvd Improvements Project Mill Valley

ONLINE Mill Valley, City of

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

Christmas Hill Park Copper Wire Theft Repairs Project

Gilroy

ONLINE Gilroy, city of

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-On-Call Traffic Engineering Services

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

El Cerrito High School Air Conditioning for Dance Studios & Multi-Use Classrooms

El Cerrito

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

4/8/2014

2:00 PM

Old Student Union HVAC & Electrical Upgrades

Hayward

ONLINE California State University East Bay

4/8/2014

1:00 PM

Annual Contract for Maintenance of Interactive Water Features Visalia (Parks/Recreation)

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

4/9/2014

2:00 PM

TG10.2 Plumbing Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

4/9/2014

2:00 PM

Emeryville Center of Community Life Bid Package 2

Emeryville

ONLINE

4/9/2014

2:00 PM

Hydropneumatic Tanks at Skyfarm 3 & Tournament Sites

Burlingame

ONLINE Hillsborough, Town of

4/9/2014

3:00 PM

2014 Jardin De Ninos Park Renovation Project

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

Bus Stop Pavement Improvements FY13

San Jose

E680B/0 Santa Clara Valley 05c Transportation Authority

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Transit Bus Rehabilitation

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

Phase II:Sanitary Sewer Design

Belvedere Tiburon

ONLINE San Francisco State University

4/10/2014

3:00 PM

Parking & Circulation Phase 3-Lot 1 Stairs

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

4/10/2014

11:00 AM

RFP-Airport Security Systems Maintenance/Repair & Video Surveillance System Upgrade

Oakland

ONLINE Port Of Oakland

4/10/2014

9:00 AM

Bridge Rehabilitation - Pt Sur State Historic Park

Monterey

ONLINE Natural Resources Agency

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

Vactor Receiving Station

Dublin

ONLINE Dublin San Ramon Services District

4/10/2014

3:30 PM

Devlin Road Transfer Station

American Canyon

ONLINE Napa-Vallejo Waste Management Authority

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

Tuxedo Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

San Francisco, City & County of

Berkeley Unified School District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

Wilson Way Adaptive Traffic Control System

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

SMUD-Mechanical Design & Construction

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

4/10/2014

1:30 PM

Concrete Work at Christian Penke Park & District Corporation Yard

Hayward

ONLINE Hayward Area Recreation & Park District

4/10/2014

1:30 PM

Eight Mile Rd Bridge No. 29C-114 (Across Bishop Cut) & Bacon Stockton Island Road Bridge No. 29C-108 (Across Middle River) Approach Rehabilitation

Online Onl

San Joaquin, County of

4/10/2014

2:00 PM

Hacienda Staging Area Improvements & Restroom Facility at Almaden Quicksilver Co. Park

San Jose

R026

Santa Clara, County Of

4/11/2014

2:00 PM

Pest Management Services For VTA Facilities & Buses

San Jose

E679B/0 Santa Clara Valley 88C Transportation Authority

4/11/2014

11:00 AM

RFP-Airport Parking Revenue Control System Consulting Services

Oakland

ONLINE Port Of Oakland

4/11/2014

2:00 PM

EMCS Replacement Phase 1

Oakland/San Leandro/Pleasanton

ONLINE Alameda, County of

4/11/2014

2:00 PM

Newark Overflow Parking

Newark

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

4/11/2014

3:00 PM

North Richmond Multifamily & Senior Center

Richmond

ONLINE Community Housing Development Corporation

4/11/2014

2:00 PM

EMCS Replacement Phase 1 Project

San R014 Leandro,Dublin,Oakla nd

4/14/2014

4:00 PM

HVAC Maintenance

Yolo County

ONLINE Department of California Highway Patrol

4/14/2014

5:00 PM

VoIP System-Superior Court of Tehama

Red Bluff

ONLINE

4/14/2014

3:00 PM

Job Order Contract No. 1273

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

4/14/2014

4:00 PM

Overhead Door Maintenance

Yolo County

Online Onl

4/15/2014

2:00 PM

Wayside Fence Refurbishment, R-Line

Contra Costa County 022C

4/15/2014

10:00 AM

Building 22 Fire Alarm Upgrade

Fremont

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

4/15/2014

2:00 PM

Library Roof Renovation Project

Hayward

ONLINE California State University East Bay

4/15/2014

2:00 PM

Pinole MS Soccer & Football Fields

Pinole

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

4/15/2014

2:00 PM

Tiburon Pavement Rehabilitation 2013-2014

Tiburon

ONLINE Tiburon, town of

4/15/2014

2:30 PM

Elevator Electrical Controls Modifications

Oakland

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

4/15/2014

2:00 PM

Boiler Replacement at 651 Pine Street

Martinez

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

4/15/2014

2:00 PM

Improvements of Maud Avenue From Kelly Street to D St-A Safe Route to School Project

Eden Township

R008

Alameda, County of

4/16/2014

1:30 PM

Main Wastewater Treatment Plant Engineers Road Widening

Oakland

S001

East Bay Municipal Utility District

4/17/2014

2:00 PM

Sonora High School Measure J Improvements Track and Field

Sonora

ONLINE

4/17/2014

2:00 PM

AST Installation and Parking Lot Resurfacing - San Jose Area Office #340

San Jose

ONLINE Department of General Services

4/17/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Petersen Road Fence Repair Project

Suisun City

ONLINE Suisun City, City of

Alameda, County of

Department of California Highway Patrol Bay Area Rapid Trnsit 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

4/21/2014

3:00 PM

TG10.3 Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

4/21/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Criminal Justice Master Plan 2014 Update

Sonoma

ONLINE Sonoma, county of

4/22/2014

2:00 PM

Thickener Control Building Improvements

Union City

ONLINE Union Sanitary District

4/22/2014

2:00 PM

Galt WWTP Upgrade Project

Galt

ONLINE Galt, city of

4/22/2014

2:00 PM

Science Building Roofing Replacement Project

Hayward

ONLINE California State University East Bay

4/23/2014

2:00 PM

48-Ince Force Main Reliability Improvement Project - Unit 3 Inner Bair Island to Monte Vista Drive

San Mateo County

ONLINE South Bayside System Authority

4/30/2014

3:00 PM

Boys & Girls Club at Shoreline Middle School

Santa Cruz

ONLINE

4/30/2014

1:30 PM

Bayview Gateway & Tulare Park Project

San Francisco

ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

TG10.4 Electrical, Communicatins, Security & Integrated Networks

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/30/2014

1:00 PM

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

ONLINE Richmond, City of

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        Believe  It  or  Not!     Our  Online  Plan  Service  has  access  to  over   300  projects  Statewide     If  you  are  a  member  of  the  Association  and  have  not  yet  registered  for   our  Online  Plan  Service  we  are  offering  a  complimentary  two  week   trial  period  to  introduce  you  to  this  valuable  benefit.     This  service  is  only  $199  per  year  for  one  user  and  $249  for  2  to  5  users.     With  the  Online  Plan  Service  you  have  the  ability  to  view  plans  24/7!   For  more  information  and  to  sign-­‐up,  please  call  (415)  462-­‐1220  or   email  Kellie  at  kellie@marinba.org.  

  Need  Breathing  Room?     Per  Day  Use  private  office  space  is  available  at  no  additional  cost  to  our   members.  We  encourage  you  to  take  advantage  of  this  valuable  benefit   and  use  the  MBA  to  help  provide  the  foundation  of     your  successful  business.     Hope  to  see  you  soon!  

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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

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. 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

Classified ads are provided free to MBA members & staff. Please advise if position is filled or commodity is sold. paula@marinba.org

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 FULL-TIME FOREMAN FOR SAN RAFAEL BASED CO. Residential remodeling company, Crescent Builders, Inc. seeks bi-lingual (Span./Eng.) foreman for full time position. Health care benefits available after 90 days. Pay based on experience. Qualifications Include: • • • • • • • • • • •

Working knowledge of building trades Can effectively manage personnel Clean driving record Fluent in both Spanish and English Can read plans well and assemble materials lists 10+ years in residential construction industry Strong organizational and interpersonal skills Willingness to interface with clients as well as staff Strong communication skills and clean/neat appearance Familiarity with Marin County Report time cards Please forward resume and salaray requirements to: Lindsay@buildwithcrescent.com

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CLASSIFIED ADS

Classified ads are provided free to MBA members & staff. Please advise if position is filled or commodity is sold. paula@marinba.org

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.

PART-TIME BID RUNNER GHILOTTI BROS. CONTRACTORS

SEEKING ESTIMATOR IN COMMERCIAL ROOFING Wedge Roofing, Inc. is currently looking for an Estimator in the Commercial Roofing Market for the San Francisco Bay Area. Experienced Estimator who is capable of performing hard bid and conceptual estimates in both private and public work markets. They must be able to manage multiple estimates at one time along with some minor project management.

This person will need to have the ability to work with plans & drawings, clients, consultants, subcontractors and municipalities. This position will be expected to work in both a team atmosphere and function autonomously at various times. Local market estimating experience is also preferred. Commercial Estimator position works from Petaluma office facility.

Desired Skills & Experience 1.

Familiarity with all major roofing systems.

An established, family–owned, San Rafael based construction company is seeking an experienced Part–Time Bid Runner. Flexible hours range from 5-10 hours per week. Responsible for delivering bid documents. Must be dependable, punctual, and have excellent penmanship. The ability to listen and write quickly and accurately under pressure is crucial. This person must have the confidence to meet strict time deadlines. Receives bid pricing and subcontractor information over the telephone. Clean driving record. This position is not eligible for benefits. Salary is DOE. If you would like more information about our company, please visit www.ghilottibros.com.

2. 3. 4.

Local Bay Area experience. Strong client interaction skills. Strong plan & bid take off skills.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 707-763-5475 Company Description Since 1976, San Francisco Bay Area’s most trusted roofing contractor, Wedge Roofing provides quality and dependable roofing solutions for residential, commercial, industrial and public work clients throughout San Francisco, Marin County, Sonoma County, Napa County and the East Bay. Lic # 416737 C-2, C39, C-43, & B General

GBI is committed to being an equal opportunity employer.

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Marin Builders Association circa 1962 Publication rules for submission of articles to the MBA Weekly Bulletin Members corner Limited to 600 words and edited for length, grammar, spelling, clarity, style, libel and civility. We do not publish form letters, petitions or consumer complaints. Please include writers name, address and phone number. All submissions become the property of Marin Builders Association and cannot be returned. note: We would like a photo (jpeg) head shot and can offer ¼ page ad space to *fill out page for ½ the price. *Ad space only available to fill out page if necessary. Page 34 34 MarinMarin Builders Builders Association Association ◆ WEEKLY ◆ Weekly BULLETIN Bulletin ◆◆ Page Page 46


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