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May 13, 2014 Vol. 58, Issue #19

Please join us at our FUNdraiser

300 Drakes Landing Greenbrae Wednesday, May 21st Lunch and Dinner 15% of all proceeds of the day (including alcoholic beverages) will be donated to the Marin Builders Association Scholarship Fund A great opportunity to enjoy a special meal and support the community!


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SAVE THE DATES 2014 events

05.21.14

2014 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY CLASS Graduation Reception @ Redwood High School 6:00 PM

05.21.14

“DINE & DONATE” MBA SCHOLARSHIP FUNdraiser @ Jason’s Restaurant ALL DAY

05.31.14 06.01.14

MARIN HOME & GARDEN EXPO Free Admission @ Marin Fairgrounds & Exhibit Hall Sat. 10am - 7pm & Sun. 10am - 5pm

06.10.14

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS RECEPTION @ Jason’s Restaurant 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

06.12.14

RETIREMENT PLAN OPTIONS DISCUSSION w/ Mass Mutual @ MBA Offices

09.22.14

ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT @ Marin Country Club Time TBA

8:30 AM to 10:00 AM

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Marin County Office of Education Regional Occupational Program Redwood High School & Marin Builders Association North Bay NARI—National Assoc. of Remodeling Industry

2014 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY CLASS

19th GRADUATION CEREMONY  

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m. REDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur—Room 302 East parking lot Certificates Will Be Awarded To Students Refreshments Will Be Provided

Construction Education is where education Meets the Real World

Please join us to acknowledge the students, their hard work, and their contribution to the community. Special Thanks: Marin County Superintendent of Schools, Mary Jane Burke and Dan Zaich, ROP Coordinator Thanks also: Golden State Lumber and Fairfax Lumber Marin Builders Association ◆ WEEKLY BULLETIN ◆ Page 3


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THE LATEST AND BEST INFORMATION ON THE INDUSTRY

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Sponsorship Opportunities Available Contact your account representative today for details. 707-521-5270

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Alpine Bike Parks is a highly-qualified specialty contractor and planholder with great familiarity with this project. FlowForm Bike Ramps are preengineered site furnishings similar to industrial playground equipment. FlowForm Bike Ramps have been specified in Stafford Lake Contract Documents.

WE ARE SEEKING A LOCAL CLASS A LICENSED CONTRACTOR AS A PARTNER TO BID ON THE FOLLOWING PROJECT:

STAFFORD LAKE BIKE PARK PHASE 1 Bids Due: 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 29, 2014. WE CAN HELP YOUR TEAM TO EASILY QUALIFY FOR THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: All bids must be accompanied by a Letter of Qualification. Failure to submit such a letter with required information may render the bid proposal non-responsive. At a minimum, the letter shall state with verifiable references that the contractor meets the following minimum requirements: Contractor must include a trail building team that has membership in the Professional Trailbuilders Association (PTBA). Bike park team must have demonstrable and relevant experience within the last 5 years constructing large, destination-quality bike parks comparable in scope to Stafford Lake Bike Park Phase I. Include names and addresses of bike parks and contact information for persons who can verify experience in Letter of Qualification. Bike park team must have experience within the last 5 years constructing trails, features and elements similar in size and design to those identified in Stafford Lake Bike Park Phase I construction drawings. Include names and addresses of bike parks and contact information for persons who can verify experience in Letter of Qualification.

Please Contact our team to receive our Statement of Qualifications and to discuss this opportunity in detail: Judd de Vall Principal Alpine Bike Parks, LLC. 6404 Easy St Whistler, BC V0N 1B6 CANADA

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SUMMER INTERNS AVAILABLE ROP CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

“Construction Education is where education Meets the Real World” CONTACT: TOM ELLER INSTRUCTOR 415 488-9865 Office 415 606-1955 Cell

For the last nineteen years students all over Marin County have had the opportunity to learn hands-on skills of the construction trade. The class is eighteen weeks and is offered every Spring Semester on Wednesday evenings at Redwood High School, Larkspur. Our Assistant Instructors take groups of five students each and build a shed from the ground up. It is a memorable experience and the students and instructors look forward to every Wednesday. Students also have the opportunity to be hired for a six week Summer Internship with local contractors. They will be completely qualified to use power tools during the internship. Please support us by hiring a student for an internship. Students who interview are recommended by all Instructors to insure they are ready to work for you! You will not be disappointed. It’s a WIN, WIN, WIN for you and the students! THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

the4const@aol.com Sponsored By: Marin County Office of Education Regional Occupational Program Marin Builders Association National Assoc. of Remodeling Industry

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Notice inviting bids for

IN THIS ISSUE

NORTHGATE MALL-SITEWORK

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Due Thursday, May 15th, 2014 @ 2:00 PM

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San Rafael, CA

Invitation to Bid ..................................6 Project of the Week

This project is the site improvements for a future Home Goods. General scope

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Member Announcements ..................10

description includes grinding/removal of existing asphalt, repaving demolished/

The Capitol Connection

ground areas, replacement of curbs, gutters and sidewalks, added storm drain

Things YOU Need to Know

lines, restriping the parking lot tree removal and new landscaping.

.................12 .........13

Phil Vermeulen ..................................14

Bidders who have questions regarding the project should contact Moorfield Construction @ 916.614.7888

SAFETY: Workplace Conservation ..28

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

Tax Liens & Completions ..................36

Permits

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Project Bid Schedule

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Classifieds ..........................................54 __________________________

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

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MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Studio/Office for Sale Shipping container remodeled by the ROP Construction Class For Sale @ $ 17,000.00 • Entry sliding glass door and two windows • Original two large out swing doors still operable and in place • Ready for foundation, water, electrical and sewer hook-ups • Flooring

• 8’ x 8’ x 20’ container • Wood framed interior, insulated and sheetrocked • Electrical - outlets, LED Ceiling lights, Vanity toe kick heater • ½ bath with sink/vanity w/ hot water and toilet • delivery available

Contact:

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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 Chief Executive Officer Rick Wells

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 415.472.3434

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

A change in public works bids is coming, and

Q: I have had a General Contractor’s (“B”)

ATTENTION PUBLIC WORKS

yes, more paperwork is likely going to be

license in California since 1982 and I’m starting

CONTRACTORS:

required. We ‘power up’ an answer for a ‘low

to think about retirement. I want to move

voltage’ question and help another contractor

to Arizona when I retire but I’d like to get a

The CSLB recently released an industry bulletin

plan for retirement in another state…

plumbing license over there just to be able to

to remind licensees about the new requirement

continue some of my work. Will I qualify for

that takes effect on July 1, 2014 with regards

Q: I am aware that employees working for

reciprocity since I’ve been licensed in California

to bidding on public works projects. AB 44

electrical contractors are required to have their

for so long?

requires contractors to include the license

electrical certification through California’s

number of each subcontractor listed in any bid

Office of Occupational Safety and Health, also

A: There are several requirements for qualifying

or offer for the construction of any public works

known as DOSH. As a low voltage contractor,

for reciprocity in Arizona. First, you have to

project.

are my employees also required to be certified?

show that you have been actively licensed in one of the reciprocal States for a period of five

Currently, the prime contractor is only required

A: As long as they are only performing work

consecutive years. Second, you have to show

to put the name and business location of the

within the scope of the “C-7” low voltage

that you took the equivalent trade exam when

subcontractors, however supporters of the

classification then no, your employees are not

you originally obtained your license in the

new law believe that the name and business

required to obtain their electrical certification.

reciprocal State. While you likely meet the first

location of each sub is not sufficient information

requirement, since it is your desire to obtain

to determine the exact identity of the actual

Q: My partner (who is also my brother) and

a different classification in Arizona, you will

subcontractor. This is especially true in large

I currently have a General Partnership (GP)

not be able to show that you have passed the

urban areas where many contractors have the

license. We’d like to also add my other brother

equivalent exam. You would likely qualify for

same or similar business names, so the new law

as a Partner. First of all, can a partnership

reciprocity for a General License in Arizona,

requiring the license number be listed seeks to

be made up of three individuals? My second

however an exam would be required in order for

address this problem.

question is this, if the partnership can be made

you to obtain that plumbing license in Arizona

up of three Partners, can we add our brother to

so plan accordingly. If you need assistance get

our existing contractor’s license?

back in touch we often help contractors in AZ and NV.

A: Partnership licenses are issued to a specific

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

General Partnership structure. A General

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

Partnership can be made up of two or more Partners, however you cannot add or delete them from an existing GP license. A new license

866-443-0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 580, Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns at www.cutredtape.com.

would be required for this new Partnership structure.

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

Things you need to know

MARIN BUILDERS ASSOCIATION ENDORSEMENT JUNE ELECTION Assemblymember Marc Levine

OVERVIEW

Marc Levine represents the 10th State Assembly District in the State Assembly that encompasses the communities in Marin and Southern Sonoma. He is focused on representing the local interests of Marin and Sonoma, supporting our schools and universities, and returning California government to long-term health after years of budget problems and government dysfunction.

• • • • • AB 2355 • Currently, Marc is the author of AB 2355, which is • sponsored by the Marin Builders Association. AB 2355 • requires that by January 1, 2017 a local government • that has jurisdiction over a street or highway to either • 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. • • BACKGROUND • Marc is part of a new generation of legislators who have worked to change the tone in Sacramento, helping to produce a balanced budget and return much needed funding to our schools.

Previously to his election to the State Assembly, Marc served on the San Rafael City Council, and gained a reputation for pragmatic solutions. He ran for the State Assembly in 2012 to ensure that there was a strong voice for local communities in Sacramento, and has worked to build a more cooperative relationship between state and local government since his election.

KEY ENDORSEMENTS • Congressman Jared Huffman • California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris • California State Assembly Majority Leader Toni •

Atkins Marin County District Attorney Edward Berberian

• • • • • • • • •

Marin County Sheriff Robert Doyle Marin County Assessor Rich Benson Marin County Supervisor Judy Arnold Marin County Supervisor Kate Sears Marin County Supervisor Peter Arrigoni (Ret.) Corte Madera Mayor Michael Lappert Fairfax Mayor David Weinsoff Larkspur Mayor Ann Morrison Novato Mayor Eric Lucan Ross Mayor P. Beach Kuhl San Anselmo Mayor Tom McInerney San Rafael Mayor Gary Phillips Sausalito Mayor Ray Withy Tiburon Mayor Alice Fredericks California State Council of Laborers State Building and Construction Trades Council of California California State Law Enforcement Association California Correctional Peace Officers Association Northern California Carpenters Regional Council Carpenters, Local 35 Carpenters, Local 751 International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, District Council 16 Operating Engineers, Local 3 Marin County Building and Construction Trades Council San Rafael Chamber of Commerce

For more information about Marc log onto http://www. marclevine.org and http://asmdc.org/members/a10/

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Coalitions Help Stop Bad Bills by Phil Vermeulen, MBA Legislative Advocate Also In This Update

ultimately pass off of suspense had we not

Course #504: In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle

Serving Your Lawsuit

banded together to fight them.

Regulation.

News From the California Air Resources

Provides an overview of the Off-Road

Board

So, want a ‘flavor’ of the bills we have joined

Regulation, including applicability, requirements

News From the Contractors’ State

forces on? See pgs 19 -29 . Each one of them

currently in effect, future compliance

License Board

will, thankfully, never be seen again this year, but

requirements, and an overview of the Diesel

will no doubt be reintroduced again next year.

Off-road Online Reporting System (DOORS). A brief discussion of the Portable Equipment

Coalitions Help Stop Bad Bills

SERVING YOUR LAWSUIT

So let’s face it, with bad bills running rampant

My friend Ken Grossbart of the firm Abdulaziz

throughout the legislative process; and with

and Grossbart writes:

Registration Program (PERP) is also included. May 14 - Lompoc (8:30-12:00) June 4 - Alhambra (1:00-4:30)

public worker unions calling many ‘of the shots’ (a kind of tail wagging the dog syndrome), how

News From the Air Resources Board

can employers possibly prevail? Good question!

The California Air Resources Board is offering

The answer – we are part of numerous employer

a full schedule of diesel and LSI vehicle and

For more information and to register for 504,

coalitions. ‘Misery loves company’ as the saying

equipment regulations and retrofit training

please go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.

goes, but I am happy to report that coalitions

courses in May and June. These courses will

php?course=504

have and will continue to play a vital role in our

help vehicle owners, operators, fleet managers,

activities in Sacramento for a very long time to

brokers, dealers, and maintenance personnel

Course #505: Large Spark-Ignition Fleet

come.

understand requirements and technologies

Regulation.

to comply with California’s diesel & LSI

Provides an overview of the LSI Fleet

regulations. There is no charge for these courses.

Regulation, including applicability,requirements

Indeed, this week alone coalitions have helped

June 5 - Riverside (8:30-4:30)

stop myriad ‘bad’ bills that were placed on

currently in effect, compliance extensions, and

suspense in the Assembly Appropriations

enforcement activities.

Committee. While all of these would have likely gone to suspense anyway due to their

May 14 - Lompoc (1:30-3:00)

cost (suspense is a purgatory that bills go to that would cost the State of California over

For more information and to register for 505,

$100,000 to implement), the facts will prove out

please go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.

that without coalitions, many of them would

php?course=505)

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COURSE #511: Controlling Diesel Emissions:

June 6 - Murrieta (9:00-12:00, IN SPANISH)

Devices & Filters.

please go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses. php?course=525

This comprehensive course discusses diesel

For more information and to register for 520,

particulate matter and health effects; diesel

please go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.

Please check the webpages for each course for

engine PM and NOx production and control

php?course=520

revisions, cancellations, and additional sessions.

application; and regulations associated with

Course #521: How to Comply with the Truck

Please let us know if you are interested in hosting

diesel emission control devices.

and Bus Regulation.

any of our courses by emailing mtaviani@arb.

Topics covered: applicability; exemptions,

ca.gov.

strategies; DPF theory, types, regeneration, and

May 29 - Redding (8:30-4:00)

extensions, credits; good faith effort; reporting; broker and dispatcher requirements; regulatory

For more information or to register for 511, please

changes. Also includes brief summaries of other

News from the CSLB

go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.

diesel regulations. (For more comprehensive

Our friends at the Contractors’ State License

php?course=511

training on CARB diesel regulations, please

Board have been busy ‘stinging’ unlicensed

attend Course #520.)

contractors around the state:

Emission Control Strategies.

May 22 - Van Nuys (9:00-11:00am & 1:00-

Sting targets unlicensed contractors

Briefly discusses diesel emissions and health

3:00pm) May 23 - City of Industry (9:00-11:00)

Tahoe Daily Tribune

effects; diesel emission control technology; DPF

June 4 - Roseville (9:00-11:00) June 4 - San

May 6, 2014

construction and application; and maintenance

Jacinto (1:00-3:00) June 5 - Oceanside (9:00-

An undercover sting in Meyers targeting

necessary for successful DPF operation. (For

11:00am & 1:00-3:00pm) June 12 - Chico (9:30-

unlicensed contractors netted more than a dozen

more comprehensive training on diesel after-

11:30) June 12 - Ventura (9:00-11:00)

citations Wednesday, April 30.

treatment devices, please attend Course #511).

June 13 - Santa Barbara (9:00-11:00)

http://www.tahoedailytribune.com/

COURSE #511.2 – Overview of Diesel

southshore/11302677-113/contractors-licenseMay 13 - Lompoc (1:30-4:00)

For more information and to register for 521,

June 12 - Ventura (1:00-3:30)

please go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.

contractor-licensed Nine cited in Bakersfield unlicensed

php?course=521

contractors sting

For more information and to register for 511.2, please go to https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.

*NEW COURSE* #525: Compliance

BakersfieldNow staff (KBAK/KBFX)

php?course=511.2

Overview : Truck & Bus Rule, Off-Road

The Contractors State License Board said

Vehicle Regulation, and PERP.

Monday that nine people in Bakersfield

COURSE #520 – How to Comply with CARB

This course discusses the basics of compliance

were targeted in a recent sting of unlicensed

Diesel Regulations.

with the Truck and Bus and Off-Road Vehicle

contractors.

Comprehensive course that reviews the

Regulation, and the requirements for portable

One man, Donald Ray Laverdure, was also taken

inspection process, discusses consequences of

equipment (PERP and ATCM).

into custody for DUI and domestic violence

non-compliance, and explains how to comply with regulations affecting most diesel vehicles

warrants totaling $200,000. May 30 - Redding (8:30-12:00)

and equipment operating in the State.

http://www.bakersfieldnow.com/news/local/9cited-in-Bakersfield-unlicensed-contractors-

For more information and to register for 525,

sting-258041671.html

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State and Monterey County investigators

Several Bakersfield contractors cited during

South Lake Tahoe

sting suspected fake contractors

sting operation

South Lake Tahoe Now

Arraignments set for this week in Superior Court

Breaking News Blog

A simultaneous sting operation between the

Jon K. Brent, Anchor

Bakersfield Californian

California State License Board and the Nevada

KION

A Bakersfield man was cited for various

Contractors License Board snared 11 people on

SALINAS – The net was set, and six allegedly

contracting violations and taken into custody for

the California side of South Lake Tahoe and 8 on

unlicensed contractors in Monterey County

DUI and domestic violence warrants totaling

the Nevada side on Wednesday.

were nabbed back in late January. The sting was

$200,000 during an April 30 undercover sting,

Named the “Border Blitz,” the sting was

arranged in conjunction with the Contractors

according to the Contractors State License

conducted at a SLT single family home near

State License Board fraud team. Now the

Board.

the Hwy 89 and Hwy 50 intersection (the

suspects are facing misdemeanor charges

Donald Ray Laverdure was among several

“Y”)and at a condominium in Stateline, NV.

and one suspect is facing a felony charge for

contractors arrested during a sting at a home

Investigators from the CSLB and NCLB posed

displaying a contractor’s license not his own. All

in east Bakersfield where investigators, posing

as homeowners seeking bids for various projects

six suspects are facing fines and jail time and are

as homeowners, asked suspects to bid on

that included exterior painting, deck work,

being arraigned this week.

tree trimming, concrete, painting, and patio

landscaping, and other tasks requiring general

http://www.kionrightnow.com/news/local-news/

construction projects, a CSLB news release said.

“B” contractor skills.

state-and-monterey-county-investigators-sting-

The bids ranged from a low of $660 for painting,

http://southtahoenow.com/story/05/02/2014/19-

alleged-fake-contractors/25838498

to a high of $1,800 for concrete work.

nabbed-phony-contractor-sting-south-lake-tahoe

http://www.bakersfieldcalifornian.com/local/

http://www.laketahoenews.net/2014/05/

breaking-news/x588887241/Several-Bakersfield-

contractors-work-tahoe-caught-sting/

contractors-cited-during-sting-operation

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AB 1522 (GONZALEZ) EMPLOYMENT: PAID SICK DAYS OPPOSE – JOB KILLER

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AB 1522 (GONZALEZ) EMPLOYMENT: PAID SICK DAYS OPPOSE – JOB KILLER April 25, 2014 TO:

Members, Assembly Committee on Appropriations

FROM:

California Chamber of Commerce Acclamation Insurance Management Services Air Conditioning Trade Association Alhambra Chamber of Commerce Allied Managed Care Associated Builders and Contractors of California Associated Builders and Contractors - San Diego Chapter Associated General Contractors Brawley Chamber of Commerce Brea Chamber of Commerce California Asian Chamber of Commerce California Association of Licensed Security Agencies, Guards and Associates California Association of Winegrape Growers California Attractions and Parks Association California Automatic Vendors Council California Bankers Association California Beer & Beverage Distributors California Business Properties Association California Business Roundtable California Chapter of American Fence Association California Employment Law Council California Farm Bureau Federation California Fence Contractors’ Association California Grocers Association California Hotel & Lodging Association California Independent Grocers Association

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California League of Food Processors California Manufacturers and Technology Association California New Car Dealers Association California Newspaper Publishers Association California Pool and Spa Association California Professional Association of Specialty Contractors California Restaurant Association California Retailers Association California Travel Association California Trucking Association Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce CAWA – Representing the Automotive Parts Industry Cerritos Regional Chamber of Commerce Chambers of Commerce Alliance of Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties Dana Point Chamber of Commerce Desert Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center El Centro Chamber of Commerce Flasher Barricade Association Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce Fullerton Chamber of Commerce Gateway Chambers Alliance Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce Greater Fresno Area Chamber of Commerce Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce Lodi Chamber of Commerce Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce Marin Builders Association National Federation of Independent Business Orange County Business Council Oxnard Chamber of Commerce Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association of California Porterville Chamber of Commerce Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce San Gabriel Valley Coalition San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce and Convention-Visitors Bureau Southwest California Legislative Council Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce Tahoe Chamber of Commerce Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce Turlock Chamber of Commerce Visalia Chamber of Commerce Western Electrical Contractors Association Western Growers Association Wine Institute SUBJECT:

AB 1522 (GONZALEZ) EMPLOYMENT: PAID SICK DAYS SCHEDULED FOR HEARING – APRIL 30, 2014 OPPOSE – JOB KILLER

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The California Chamber of Commerce and the organizations listed above must OPPOSE, UNLESS AMENDED AB 1522, as amended March 28, 2014, which we have labeled as a JOB KILLER, as it would add to the already growing number of costs for California businesses by requiring both small and large employers to provide their employees with mandatory, protected, paid sick leave. AB 1522 Mandated Paid Sick Leave on all Employers Will Reduce Jobs: AB 1522 mandates that all employers, except those with collective bargaining agreements, provide any employee who has worked in California for seven days with paid sick leave, at an accrual rate of one hour for every thirty hours worked. After the 90th day of employment, employees would be allowed to utilize their paid sick leave to care for themselves or a family member. Pursuant to AB 1522, any unused sick leave accrued in the preceding year could be carried over to the next year, which is a significant change in existing law. While many employers voluntarily offer sick leave for full-time employees, expanding this to a mandate on all employees to temporary, seasonal, and part-time employees will create a huge burden on employers. The Employment Policies Institute recently published a limited study on the effects of Connecticut's Paid Sick Leave law that went into place in 2012 and only applies to larger employers and non-exempt service workers. Although the survey was admittedly limited in the number of businesses evaluated, the results indicate the new law has had a negative impact on growth and jobs. Of the 156 businesses that responded to the survey, 31 of the businesses had reduced other employee benefits to balance the cost of the paid sick leave; 12 had reduced employee hours; 6 had reduced employee wages; 19 companies had raised their prices; 6 companies had laid off employees; and, 16 companies stated that they would limit their expansion in the state. Thirty-eight of the businesses surveyed also indicated that they would hire fewer employees as a direct result of the new law, while others stated they planned to offer fewer raises. Similar results were reported in the February 2011 Institute for Women's Policy Research on the effect of the paid sick leave program in San Francisco. Specifically, out of the employees surveyed, 15.2% of the employees surveyed were laid off or had their hours reduced after the program was implemented; 14.1% of the employees surveyed received fewer bonuses or had their benefits reduced; and, 21.7% of the employees had increased work demands. Out of the industries surveyed, businesses with 24 employees or fewer were the most negatively impacted by the paid sick leave program. Moreover, the report provides that “low-wage workers were more likely than higher-wage workers to report that their employers took action to reduce costs in implementing” paid sick leave in San Francisco. In July 2014, employers in California will already be facing a significant cost increase due to the $1.00 increase in minimum wage that will take effect. This $1.00 increase is in addition to the other cumulative costs employers are already facing including increased taxes under Proposition 30, increased worker's compensation rates, loss of federal unemployment insurance credit, increased energy costs, and increased costs associated with the implementation of the Affordable Healthcare Act. California employers cannot absorb all of these costs and be forced to provide paid sick leave as well, without cutting other costs such as labor. Accordingly, AB 1522 will impact jobs as well as future growth. AB 1522 Creates a Private Right of Action for Employees and Unions: In addition to the increased business expenses and potential loss of jobs/growth AB 1522 will create, AB 1522 will also dramatically increase an employer's risk for legal fees and costs. AB 1522 allows an employee, the Labor Commissioner, the Attorney General, or "an entity a member of which is aggrieved" to file a private right of action against the employer and obtain back wages, liquidated damages, withheld sick days, treble damages for withheld sick days, attorney's fees, reinstatement, and injunctive relief. Under this provision, a union may file a lawsuit against an employer on behalf of an employee, thereby significantly expanding the scope and threat of civil litigation against small and large employers. The author has indicated the bill will be amended to remove the private right of action. While certainly we appreciate this anticipated amendment, it unfortunately will not resolve our additional concerns with the bill as set forth in this letter.

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AB 1522 Jeopardizes an Employee’s Exempt Status: AB 1522 mandates that an employer provide one hour of paid sick leave for every thirty hours worked. With regard to exempt, salaried employees, employers do not track the hours they work. In fact, doing so jeopardizes their exempt status. Accordingly, to the extent AB 1522 requires an employer to document an exempt employee’s hours worked, it will force an employer into deciding whether to comply with the paid sick leave requirement and face potential litigation for exempt vs. non-exempt classification, or ignore the paid sick leave requirement and face potential litigation for failing to satisfy this mandate. The author has indicated a willingness to amend the bill to address this issue, which we certainly appreciate. AB 1522 Creates an Unfair Rebuttable Presumption Against the Employer: Under AB 1522, it will be presumed that an employer retaliated against an employee if the employer takes any corrective action within 90 days of an employee's complaint or opposition to an employer's practice or policy regarding mandated paid sick leave. Pursuant to this provision, an employee who takes paid sick leave, returns to work the following day, is caught stealing and then immediately terminated, will be protected under this automatic rebuttable presumption. The burden will fall on the employer to prove its actions were valid, instead of the burden falling on the employee. AB 1522 Imposes Unfair Penalties Through the Labor Commissioner Process: AB 1522 provides that, after a Labor Commissioner hearing, an employee may obtain payment of any sick days unlawfully withheld as well as backpay, reinstatement, $250 or three times the amount of paid sick leave withheld (whichever is greater), and a $50 daily penalty for each day that a violation occurred. While an employee should be made whole for any withheld sick leave due, the layering of additional penalties, such as treble damages, is simply an unjustified windfall. This is especially the case for employers who make an unintentional accounting error and are not seeking to harm or withhold sick leave from the employee. AB 1522 Gives Local Counties and Cities the Authority to Adopt More Stringent Requirements: AB 1522 specifically states that the mandated sick leave does not preempt any local regulation or law that provides for a greater accrual of sick leave, thereby authorizing the adoption of such local laws and regulations. This provision will create inconsistency and confusion for California employers who operate in different jurisdictions. Employers are already suffering from such confusion with the state minimum wage versus local living wage requirements and do not need to add additional requirements that conflict. AB 1522 Will Impose a Huge Cost on All Employers That Currently Offer Paid Sick Leave: AB 1522 requires that all employers must offer paid sick leave at the same accrual rate as proposed, (i.e. one hour for every thirty hours worked) and allows employees to take leave for the same purposes and under the same conditions as set forth in the bill. This mandate will create a huge cost for employers that currently offer paid sick leave to their employees. Specifically, many employers allow employees to accrue sick leave per pay period or per month, not according to the number of hours worked. Accordingly, such employers will have to completely change their existing policies in order to mirror the accrual rate proposed under AB 1522. This will create a significant cost to all employers. Additionally, AB 1522 mandates that accrued sick leave carry over from year to year. Currently, employers do not have to carry over accrued sick leave year to year, imposing a new burden on all employers, including those that already offer paid sick leave. AB 1522 Mandates Unlimited Paid Sick Leave for Certain Conditions:

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AB 1522 specifies that an employer shall provide paid sick days to an employee for the diagnosis, care, or treatment of an existing health condition or health condition of a family member; preventative care; or to an employee who is a victim of domestic abuse. Given that this proposed mandate is in a separate section of the Labor Code, and without reference to the provision that an employer may limit the use of paid sick days to only three days per year, it appears it is an additional requirement that employers must provide paid sick leave for these specified conditions, even if the employee does not have any unused accrued sick leave available. This unlimited mandate to offer paid sick leave for these conditions will simply overwhelm employers. New Posting Requirement on Employers with Additional Penalties: Under AB 1522, employers would also be required to post information regarding employees' right to paid sick leave, thereby adding onto the already numerous and burdensome posting requirements in California. Current law already requires employers to post over 15 different notices. At some point, the posting of such information becomes just another added expense to employers with the risk of litigation for failing to do so, without any corresponding benefit to employees who are overwhelmed with all of the required postings. Notably, AB 1522 imposes a $100 daily penalty for failing to post information regarding this bill and its requirements. New Notice Requirement with Additional Penalties: In addition to the posting requirement, AB 1522 requires an employer to provide a notice regarding paid sick leave to each employee in English, Spanish, and Chinese, and any other language that at least 5 percent of the employees speak. An employer is required to provide a notice in these various languages, despite the fact that they may only have English speaking employees or Spanish speaking employees. Moreover, failure to comply with this notice requirement subjects the employer to a $100 daily penalty. California Already Has a Myriad of Protective Leaves that May be Compensated: The number and length of protected leaves of absences that California already requires employers to provide its employees is extensive, including California Family Rights Act (12 workweeks), pregnancy disability leave (4 months); domestic violence, stalking, harassment leave, and bone marrow/organ donor leave. This is in addition to federal leave laws, such as the Family Medical Leave Act (12 workweeks). California also has the Paid Family Leave program, which allows an employee to obtain a partial wage replacement for up to six weeks to care for an immediate family member, which was just expanded last year to also include a grandparent, grandchild, sibling, or parent-in-law. These existing leaves already create a burden on employers. Adding to this list with such a broad expansion as AB 1522 proposes will be overwhelming. California Should Incentivize Paid Sick Leave, Not Mandate: Given the cumulative costs and existing protected leaves of absences California employers are already struggling with, California should refrain from implementing new mandates such as AB 1522. Rather, California should incentivize employers to offer these additional benefits by reducing costs in other areas. One area in which California can reduce costs on employers so that they have the capacity to offer paid sick leave is daily overtime. California is only one of three states that mandate both daily and weekly overtime, creating a huge cost to employers. If this cost were reduced by conforming to federal law and only mandating weekly overtime, employers would more likely have the ability to offer paid sick leave as well as provide a more flexible schedule for working families. Another option to partially offset the burden on employers to provide paid sick leave is to provide small employers with 50 or fewer employees, with a tax credit for the amount expended each year on paid sick leave up to a maximum of 125% of minimum wage, thereby targeting lower wage employees. Just recently, the State Controller released a statement indicating that California’s revenue for February 2014 was approximately $1 billion higher than the Governor projected. A portion of this unexpected revenue could be utilized for a tax credit for those small employers who provide and pay an employee for sick leave, as proposed under AB 1522. For these and other reasons, we respectfully OPPOSE AB 1522, UNLESS it is AMENDED, as a JOB KILLER to offset the cost and burden this new mandate will create, with either an exemption from daily overtime or a tax credit. cc:

The Honorable Lorena Gonzalez Camille Wagner, Office of the Governor

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JOB KILLER AB 1897 (HERNANDEZ)

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**UPDATED**

May 6, 2014 TO:

Members, Assembly Committee on Appropriations

FROM:

California Chamber of Commerce Agricultural Council of California Air Conditioning Trade Association American Staffing Association Associated Builders and Contractors of California Associated Builders and Contractors - San Diego Chapter Associated General Contractors Building Owners and Managers Association of California California Ambulance Association California Apartment Association California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce California Association of Winegrape Growers California Bankers Association California Business Properties Association California Chapter of American Fence Association California Citrus Mutual California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation California Communications Association California Cotton Growers Association California Cotton Ginners Association California Employment Law Council

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California Farm Bureau Federation California Fence Contractors’ Association California Grape and Tree Fruit League California Grocers Association California Hospital Association California Hotel and Lodging Association California Landscape Contractors Association California League of Food Processors California Manufacturers and Technology Association California Newspaper Publishers Association California Pool and Spa Association California Restaurant Association California Retailers Association California Staffing Professionals California Trucking Association Chambers of Commerce Alliance of Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties Civil Justice Association of California Desert Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce Family Winemakers of California Flasher Barricade Association Fullerton Chamber of Commerce Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce International Council of Shopping Centers International Franchise Association International Warehouse Logistics Association Marin Builders Association NAIOP of California, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association National Federation of Independent Business Oxnard Chamber of Commerce Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association of California Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce San Gabriel Valley Legislative Coalition of Chambers San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce and Convention-Visitors Bureau Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce Southwest California Legislative Council The Chamber of Commerce of the Santa Barbara Region The United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley Visalia Chamber of Commerce Western Agricultural Processors Association Western Electrical Contractors Association Western Growers Association Wine Institute SUBJECT:

AB 1897 (HERNANDEZ) LABOR CONTRACTING: CLIENT LIABILITY SCHEDULED FOR HEARING – MAY 7, 2014 OPPOSE – JOB KILLER

The California Chamber of Commerce and the organizations listed above respectfully OPPOSE AB 1897 (Hernandez), as amended April 10, 2014, which has been identified as a JOB KILLER, as it forces one company to essentially insure the wage and hour obligations, workers’ compensation coverage, and occupational health and safety duties of a separate employer’s employees, which will discourage the use of such contractors and their employees.

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AB 1897 Holds an Innocent Third-Party Individual or Business Liable for the Employment Obligations of Another Employer: Specifically, AB 1897 mandates that any “client employer,” defined as an individual or entity that obtains or is provided workers for labor or services from a “labor contractor,” defined as individual or entity that contracts with a client employer for workers to perform labor or services, shall be liable for the (1) payment of wages of the contractor’s employees; (2) all contributions, including tax contributions of the contractor and its employees; (3) the contractor’s worker’s compensation coverage; and (4) occupational health and safety requirements. AB 1897 imposes liability upon a third party individual or business for the wage and hour obligations of another employer even though there is absolutely no evidence or proof that the third party exerted any control over the working conditions of the contractor’s employees. Currently, a third party may be liable for the labor obligations of another employer under two legal theories: (1) joint employer liability or (2) independent contractor misclassification. The key factor for both of these analyses is that the third party exerted such control over the working conditions of the contractor’s employees that essentially the third party acted as the real employer. See Bradley v. California Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation, 158 Cal.App.4th 1612 (2008)(state agency exerted sufficient control over individual to be considered employer for purposes of FEHA); Martinez v. Combs 49 Cal.4th 35 (2010)(stating that for joint employer liability, employee must prove the third party exerted control over the working conditions of the employee); (S. G. Borello & Sons, Inc. v. Department of Industrial Relations, 48 Cal.3d 341 (1989) ("the principal test of an employment relationship is whether the person to whom service is rendered has the right to control the manner and means of accomplishing the result desired"); Cristler v. Express Messenger Systems, Inc., 171 Cal.App.4th 72 (2009) (same); Lara v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Bd., 182 Cal.App.4th 393 (2010) (same). The burden to establish either theory is on the employee who is seeking to hold the third-party liable for any alleged employment violations. AB 1897 completely ignores this long-standing common law analysis and imposes liability despite the lack of any control exerted by the third-party. Even though the third-party did not control the wages owed, did not control the hours the employee worked, and did not control the work environment of the employee, the third party will be held liable for all such obligations. For example, under AB 1897, a business which contracts with a delivery company for packages to be picked up and dropped off could be held liable for the delivery company’s wage and hour violations or lack of worker’s compensation coverage, despite the fact that the business only interacted with the delivery person for a limited time each day, and neither knew nor had the opportunity to engage and prevent any violations from actually occurring. This expansion of liability to innocent parties is significant and simply unfair. AB 1897 Expands Liability to Individual Homeowners: AB 1897 does not just apply to entities, but also to “individuals” who contract for labor or services within the individual’s “usual course of business.” Although perhaps not the intent of the author, this language imposes liability upon a homeowner that contracts for services to be performed on a regular basis at the individual’s home, such as landscaping, pool, house cleaning, etc. A homeowner would have to ensure the proper payment of wages and worker’s compensation coverage, as well as occupational health and safety standards, for such individuals who perform services, even though the homeowner does not control their working conditions and is not the actual employer. AB 1897 Creates a “Liability Trap: AB 1897 mandates that a client employer or a labor contractor shall comply with any agency or department’s request to inspect records in order to verify compliance with applicable laws. This means that a third party entity, who is not the employee’s actual employer, will have an obligation to produce personnel records of an employee, that includes sensitive information such as hourly rate, social security numbers, birth date, and potential medical information regarding any alleged injuries. This is an impossible mandate with which to comply, as the third party “client employer,” does not maintain

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personnel records of individuals that are not its employees and cannot force the actual employer to comply with an agency’s request. Accordingly, this provision creates a liability trap for third party “client employers.” AB 1897 Will Create Significant Litigation: As a part of the Labor Code, any violation of AB 1897 will trigger a potential representative action under the Labor Code Private Attorney General Act (PAGA), Labor Code Section 2699 et seq., thereby expanding the threat of onerous litigation against any third party that utilizes contractors as a part of its usual course of business. To the extent a third party is held liable under PAGA for the employment obligations of another, there will unquestionably be a second lawsuit for indemnity between the third party and actual employer. The judicial branch has suffered severe budget cuts over the last three years, with multiple courthouses shut down and drastic staff reductions, thereby significantly delaying the time it takes for civil disputes to be resolved. Forcing an innocent third party to pursue litigation that may take years in order to recover monies paid out for the violations of another, is simply unfair. Adequate Protections Already Exist for Documented Problems With Contracting: For those industries in which there has been documented evidence of unlawful contracting practices, the legislature has already enacted laws to address and prevent such abuses. Specifically, for several industries, including farm labor, garment, construction, security guards, janitorial, and most recently warehouse workers, Labor Code Section 2810 holds the entity that contracts for workers in those industries liable if the contract for such labor does not provide sufficient funds for the direct employer to meet its legal obligations, including its obligation to make all wage-related payments. AB 1897 expands liability to all industries and all individuals who contract for labor or services, despite the lack of any evidence that there is a need beyond the industries already regulated. cc:

Camille Wagner, Office of the Governor The Honorable Roger Hernandez Misty Feusahrens, Assembly Appropriations Committee Eric Swanson, Assembly Republican Caucus District Offices, Members, Appropriations Committee Department of Industrial Relations Labor and Workforce Development Agency

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SAFETY

Workplace Conservation Reduce, Reuse And Recycle! We’ve all heard it before, right? So why is it so important to actually implement these three strategies in the workplace, and how can it benefit your workplace? Conservation, whether at home, school, or in your workplace, is a vital part of keeping our earth livable for future generations. Conserving in the workplace not only benefits our planet but reduces your organization’s overhead, which can allow funds to be redistributed to better uses. Check out how long it takes for these products to decompose in the environment: •

Aluminum soda cans: 200-500 years

Plastic bags: 1,000 years

Glass: 1 to 2 million years

Styrofoam: Over 2 million years

Reduce waste by making smart decisions when purchasing products, including the

packaging of the products you use. Purchase recycled products whenever possible.

Reuse containers and products. Recycle as much as possible, anything from paper products, plastics, Styrofoam, and even electronics.

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SAFETY

Workplace Conservation Lighting and computers represent two of the biggest drains on electricity. Research tells us that approximately 30% of an office’s energy usage goes to lighting alone. In addition, the average office worker uses 12,000 sheets of paper each year? Here are some simple ways that you can contribute to conservation within your workplace: •

Replace incandescent lights with compact fluorescent or LED lights. This can save up to 50% on lighting costs!

Turn off all lights when you leave at night, and install motion detention switches.

Close or adjust window blinds to block direct sunlight to reduce cooling needs during the warm months.

Unplug equipment that drains energy when not in use, such as coffeemakers, radios, fans, and desktop printers.

Turn off computer monitors at the end of the work day.

Save paper by only photocopying what you need and transition as possible to electronic filing. Always use the second side of paper.

Send an email instead of sending a letter when you can.

Use glasses & coffee mugs instead of disposable cups.

Carpool, bike or use mass transit when commuting to work.

Conservation will benefit everybody around the globe, including you! Get started in your workplace and at home!

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SAFETY

Mantenimiento del espacio de trabajo ¡Reducir, reutilizar y reciclar! Todos hemos escuchado esto, ¿verdad? Entonces ¿por qué es tan importante llevar a la práctica estas tres estrategias en el lugar de trabajo, y cómo puede beneficiarlo? La conservación, ya sea en el hogar, en la escuela, o en el lugar de trabajo, es una clave para mantener a nuestra Tierra como un lugar habitable para las generaciones futuras. La conservación de nuestro lugar de trabajo no sólo beneficia a nuestro planeta, sino que reduce los gastos generales de la organización, que podrá aprovechar esos fondos para distribuirlos en mejores usos. Fíjese cuánto tiempo lleva para que estos productos se descompongan en el medio ambiente: •

Latas de gaseosas de aluminio: 200 a 500 años

Bolsas de plástico: 1.000 años

Vidrio: 1 a 2 millones de años

Espuma de poliestireno: Más de 2.000.000 de años

Reduce el gasto tomando decisiones inteligentes al comprar productos, teniendo en cuenta también los envases de esos productos que usas. Siempre que sea posible, compra productos reciclados.

Reutiliza envases y productos. Recicla tanto como sea posible, cualquier cosa, desde productos de papel, plásticos, espuma de poliestireno, e incluso electrónica.

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SAFETY

Mantenimiento del espacio de trabajo La iluminación y las computadoras están entre los que más gastan electricidad. Investigaciones afirman que aproximadamente el 30% del consumo de energía de una oficina se va sólo en iluminación. Además, un empleado de oficina utiliza promedio ¡12 mil hojas de papel cada año! Aquí hay algunas maneras simples para que puedas contribuir a la conservación de tu lugar de trabajo:

Reemplaza las lámparas incandescentes por fluorescentes compactas o luces LED. ¡Esto puede ahorrar hasta un 50% en costos de iluminación!

Apaga todas las luces cuando salgas de noche, e instala interruptores de detención de movimiento.

Cierra o ajusta las persianas para bloquear el ingreso de luz solar directa y así reducir la necesidad de refrigeración durante los meses calurosos.

Desenchufa los equipos que consumen energía aún cuando no están en uso, tales como cafeteras, radios, ventiladores, e impresoras de escritorio.

Apaga los monitores de las PC al final de la jornada laboral.

Ahorra papel haciendo fotocopias sólo de lo que necesitas, e intenta en lo posible recurrir a las presentaciones electrónicas. Utiliza siempre la segunda cara del papel.

Cuando se pueda, envía un correo electrónico en lugar de una carta.

Utiliza vasos y tazas de café en lugar de vasos desechables.

Para ir a trabajar, comparte el vehículo, viaja en bicicleta o hazlo en el transporte público

¡La conservación beneficiará a todo el mundo, incluyéndote a ti! ¡Comienza a practicarla en tu lugar de trabajo y en tu casa!

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SAFETY

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PERMITS

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COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Nguyen Andre /Tr/ & HOME DEPOT, THE 110 Bretano Way Greenbrae 070-201-07 (53) Reroof Dawson William J Iv /Tr/ MODERN METHOD ROOFING CO, 17 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 058-091-27 (54) Repair To Wa Kuhn Richard R /Tr/ & Eta SGK HOME SOLUTIONS 109 Wild Horse Valley Dr Novat 146-294-05 (58, 92) Replace Marsh Dan /Tr/ & Margar SHOOK & WALLER BUILDERS I 146 Crest Rd Novato 143-200-44 (23) Remodel Thr Lester Corda & Stella Cor E S WEST COAST L L C 10300 Redwood Hwy Novato 125-130-04 (50,52) Repl Gene Hess Daniel L/L & 50% E OWNER 2421 Chileno Valley Rd Petalum 106-160-07 (12)Storage Build Allen Theodore Tr & Mar STEPHEN CURLEY ROOFING IN 8 Ascalon Rd Forest Knolls 169-033-07 (53) Tear-Off & R Rosenthal Michael A OWNER/BUILDER 809 Everest Ct Mill Valley 049-063-19 (24) Convert (E) Pangaro David L JBL SOLAR ENERGY 37 East Pier Sausalito 901-070-37 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Cavallaro James E & Staci OWNER/BUILDER 5 Mt Foraker Ct San Rafael 164-401-07 (23) Kitchen Remo San Domenico Sch Girl WINDOW FACTORY 1500 Butterfield Rd San Anselm 176-300-30 (58) Replace Wind Kuhn John J Iii /Tr/ & OWNER/BUILDER 16 Meadow View Ln San Geronimo 170-190-06 (12) Detached Gar Kuhn John J I I I /Tr/ & OWNER/BUILDER 16 Meadow View Ln San Geronimo 170-190-06 (20) Single Famil Kuhn John J Iii /Tr/ & OWNER/BUILDER 18 Meadow View Ln San Geronimo 170-190-06 (20) Second Unit- Marcero Douglas H & CHALSTROM BUILDERS INC. 32 Mcallister Ave Kentfield 074-114-15 (23) Rmdl Kit, Re Doughty Sharon, Steve OWNER 12700 State Route 1 Point Reye 119-020-29 (40) Agricultural I Fay Dr L P OWNER 1 Fay Dr Kentfield 071-191-07 (29--1/5,12) Comp Fisher, William Tr AMERICAN SOLAR 7 Triple C Ranch Rd San Anselm 176-350-05 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Johnson Kevin H /Tr/ Etal OWNER 65 Ridgecrest Rd Kentfield 075-214-02 (13) New Deck In Kitterman Joseph A Tr & ABLE ROOFING COMPANY 132 Peralta Ave Mill Valley 050-052-64 (53) Reroof

Value $18,393 $19,000 $19,441 $23,000 $18,500 $22,680 $12,499 $40,000 $28,000 $15,000 $49,755 $35,640 $483,281 $93,612 $72,988 $12,000 $380,508 $23,139 $50,000 $11,495

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Address 1600 Los Gamos Dr San Rafael 3838 Lucas Valley Rd Nicasio 33 Meadow Dr Mill Valley 285 Morning Sun Ave Mill Valley 533 Pine Crest Rd Mill Valley 800 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd#114(Nekter) 276 Seadrift Rd Stinson Beach 276 Seadrift Rd Stinson Beach 90 Upland Rd Kentfield 7 Villa Ct Kentfield 1995 Indian Valley Rd Novato 5 Indian Trail Ct Novato 705 Fawn Dr San Anselmo 27 Bayview Dr San Rafael 11 Drakes Summit Rd. Inverness 11 Drakes Summit Rd. Inverness 11 Drakes Summit Rd. Inverness 145 Crane Dr San Anselmo 146 Crest Rd Novato 37 East Pier Sausalito 5 Mt Foraker Ct San Rafael 7 Triple C Ranch Rd San Anselmo

Owner Work County Of Marin (92)Ada Upgrades To The Exteri Skywalker Properties Ltd (92) Install Catwalk & Equipme Davies Peter & Maggie (22,23,13)Rmdl All Except Fam Cooke Alison M & (22,13,57) Struct Rmdl Of Grea Nguyen Deborah & Knight Bill (12, 21) Addition @ 2nd Fl.; R Strawberry Village Retail/Steve Schulze (33) T I For “Nekter” Baumann Peter /Tr/ (23) Remodel 4 Bathrooms & Add Baumann Peter /Tr/ (23) Remodel 4 Bathrooms & Add Springfield Rory E /Tr/ & (21,22) Addn, Rmdl, Skylight & Kabat Jennifer A Y /Tr/ & Scott E/ Tr/ (12) Enclose Area In Garage To Peck Cathleen M /Tr/ Etal (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 13.08 K W Tomasini Sacha (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 6.7 K W - Mueller Michael E & (21) Det Accessory Struct Refe Kaufmann Shu Yu Liu (22,24,92) Convert Basement To Diamond Ivan & Sarah (11) North Retaining Wall At P Diamond Ivan & Sarah (11) South Retaining Wall At Diamond Ivan & Sarah (10) New Pool, Patio & Pool Eq Hansmeyer Danielle & (10) New Pool Marsh Dan D /Tr/ & Margaret A/Tr/ (23) Remodel Three Bathroom Pangaro David L (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 5.4 K W - Cavallaro James E & Stacie L (23) Kitchen Remodel - Express Fisher, William Tr (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 13.8 K W -

Value $125,000 $35,000 $137,372 $50,000 $80,000 $95,000 $80,000 $80,000 $195,000 $10,000 $60,000 $33,000 $60,000 $15,000 $10,000 $10,000 $75,000 $120,000 $23,000 $28,000 $15,000 $23,139

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera

4/30

Union Bank

Trahan Mechanical

645 Tamalpais Dr E

Remove and replace 2 heating and cooling units

$11,420

Novato

4/28

Gray Sean & Kelly

Miranda’S Roofing

32 Coronado Ct

Reroof

$10,000

Novato

4/28

Barbieri Ralph L

Yorkshire Roofing Of Northern

14 Oak Forest Rd

Reroof

$21,900

Novato

4/28

Rww Properties

Roberto De Leon Construction

739 Kendon Ln

Minor Construction

$30,000

Novato

4/28

505 San Marin Drive

Ken Cooper Roofing

505 San Marin Dr A

Reroof

$156,708

Novato

4/28

Bickenbach Robert B /Tr/ &

Solarcraft Services, Inc.

94 Robinhood Dr

Solar

$315,362

Novato

4/29

Hiner Marge B /Tr/

Rosenbach Construction 1 Sutro Ct Inc.

Minor Construction

$25,000

Novato

4/29

Bob & Sue Hernandez

Scott Matthews Construction

45 Eames Ct

Construction

$51,000

Novato

4/30

Clark Jeffrey B &

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

801 Paxton Villa Ct

Minor Construction

$15,000

Novato

4/30

Thayer & Lia Heath Wedge Roofing, Inc.

134 Rockrose Way

Reroof

$16,580

Novato

4/30

Carmen Sahagun

Javier Magana Construction Ser

1407 Grant Ave

Tenant Improvement

$30,000

Novato

5/1

Mc Down Phillip K&

Castle Roofing

1210 Cambridge St

Reroof

$12,780

Novato

5/1

Tiernan Mary T

Dennis S. Daly

53 Queva Vista

Minor Construction

$15,500

Novato

5/1

Richardson Andrew Danlin Corporation G&

8 Richardson Way

Solar

$20,000

Novato

5/1

Robert Roos Family Trust

Rec Solar Inc.

30 James Ct

Solar

$42,000

Novato

5/2

Turner Stephen J & Owner-Builder

606 Arthur St

Minor Construction

$10,000

Novato

5/2

Rotnicki Marian K /Tr/

Crown Ridge Roofing, Inc

1120 Court Rd

Reroof

$12,052

San Rafael

4/29

Roditi Sara E &

Paul Krohn

54 Deer Park Ave

Alter-Sfd

$11,900

San Rafael

4/29

Quail Hill Townhouse

Marin County Roofing

111 El Condor Ct

Alter-Sfd

$120,000

San Rafael

4/29

Cross Wayne C Tr

Mcdevitt Construction Partner

619 Francisco Blvd E

Alter-Commercial

$225,000

San Rafael

4/30

Merritt Betty 2010 Tru

Merritt Betty 2010 Tru

20 Tan Oak Cir

Alter-Sfd

$17,490

San Rafael

4/30

851 Irwin Street Llc Lazor Construction

851 Irwin St 207

Alter-Commercial

$60,000

San Rafael

5/1

Grossman Tyler & Bet

212 Los Ranchitos Rd

Alter-Sfd

$14,000

Grossman Tyler & Bet

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PERMITS

City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Rafael

5/1

Colombard Alicia R&

3D Remodeling

20 Porto Bello Dr

Alter-Sfd

$17,500

San Rafael

5/1

San Rafael Manor Inc

Brandon Riedel

1004 Los Gamos Rd

Alter-Condo

$34,400

San Rafael

5/2

Fillan Arment &

Able Roofing Company

1081 Lea Dr

Alter-Sfd

$10,995

San Rafael

5/2

Kushner Daniel &

Elias Reyes

62 Hillview Ave

Alter-Sfd

$175,000

San Rafael

5/5

Tibbits Zachary &

Tibbits Zachary &

101 Plymouth Cv

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

5/5

Thompson Lisa A

341 Clorinda Ave

Alter-Sfd

$75,000

San Rafael

5/6

Walters Edward J Ii

314 Prospect Dr

Alter-Sfd

$21,000

San Rafael

5/6

Hinds Matthew D & Lamperti Contracting & Desig

732 Tamarack Dr

Alter-Sfd

$24,000

San Rafael

5/6

Monroy Edgar R &

Monroy Edgar R &

487 Cedar Hill Dr

Alter-Sfd

$25,000

San Rafael

5/6

Ashtari Omid

Ashtari Omid

42 Billou St

Alter-Sfd

$44,500

San Rafael

5/6

Bayo Vista Apartments

Roofing Service Group

100 Bayo Vista Way Alter-Apartments

$200,000

Tiburon

5/5

Michael & Ann Diemar

Window Factory

2200 Vistazo East Street

Replace windows

$21,500

Tiburon

5/5

Christine And Stephen Bent

Sausalito Construction

100 Hacienda Drive

Remodel

$250,000

Tiburon

5/6

Wayne S. Alexander

Super Roofing Inc

1 Miraflores Lane

Reroof

$15,200

Tiburon

5/8

Darla Anderson

Caletti Jungsten Construction

4478 Paradise Drive LDS Improvements

Tiburon

5/8

Frank & Annie Defesche

Lighthouse Construction 17 Turtle Rock Services Inc Court

Kitchen Remodel

$35,000 $210,000

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

5/6

CENTRAL MARIN SANITATION AGENCY (none) (I)

Title

Document Number

COMPLETION

2014-0017375

5/6

LARKSPUR LAND 8 OWNER LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0017625

5/6

STEPHENS CONSTRUCTION INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0017375

5/6

TNHC REALTY & CONSTRUCTION INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0017625

5/8

GCCI INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0018168

5/8

NOVATO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0018168

5/8

SCHOOL DISTRICT NOVATO UNIFIED (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0018168

HOMESTEADS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

5/6

GULF KATHLEEN K (I)

(none)

HOMESTEAD

2014-0017545

5/6

NUESCH CARL E (I)

(none)

HOMESTEAD

2014-0017545

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

LIENS Recording Date 5/6

ADVANCED POOLS (E)

AIMCO MADERA LLC (O)

LIEN

2014-0017458

5/6

LABOR COMMISSIONER (E)

EURO DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION (O)

LIEN

2014-0017577

5/6

LABOR COMMISSIONER (E)

EURO MIND DESIGN CORP (O)

LIEN

2014-0017577

5/6

LABOR COMMISSIONER (E)

EURO DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION (O)

LIEN

2014-0017578

5/6

LABOR COMMISSIONER (E)

EURO MIND DESIGN CORP (O)

LIEN

2014-0017578

5/6

LEGNON CONSTRUCTION INC (E)

AIMCO MADERA LLC (O)

LIEN

2014-0017458

5/6

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

EURO DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION (O)

LIEN

2014-0017577

5/6

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

EURO MIND DESIGN CORP (O)

LIEN

2014-0017577

5/6

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

EURO DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION (O)

LIEN

2014-0017578

5/6

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

EURO MIND DESIGN CORP (O)

LIEN

2014-0017578

5/8

STEVE JANNEY ROOFING INC (E)

UNKNOWN GRANTOR (O)

LIEN

2014-0018429

5/8

WINE COUNTRY ROOFING (E)

GUASCO PATRICK A (O)

LIEN

2014-0018425

5/8

WINE COUNTRY ROOFING (E)

GUASCO VICKIE L (O)

LIEN

2014-0018425

5/10

G A HIGGINS INC (E)

RP MAXIMUS COVE OWNER LLC (O)

LIEN

2014-0019161

5/10

G A HIGGINS INC (E)

SUTRO MANAGEMENT GROUP (O)

LIEN

2014-0019161

5/10

HIGGINS GREGORY A (E)

RP MAXIMUS COVE OWNER LLC (O)

LIEN

2014-0019161

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

5/10

HIGGINS GREGORY A (E)

SUTRO MANAGEMENT GROUP (O)

LIEN

2014-0019161

5/10

SLAKEY BROTHERS INC (E)

195-205 TAMAL VISTA BLVD LLC (O)

LIEN

2014-0018880

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

5/7

KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS (E)

CAL WEST STEEL DETAILING (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0017963

5/7

KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS (E)

FUTURE INNOVATIONS INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0017963

5/7

LYONS CHRISTOPHER J (E)

PRO SOLUTIONS (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018027

5/7

LYONS CHRISTOPHER J (E)

REDWOODS TOWNEHOME (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018027

5/7

LYONS TARICE L (E)

PRO SOLUTIONS (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018027

5/7

LYONS TARICE L (E)

REDWOODS TOWNEHOME (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018027

5/7

NOVATO DEVELOPMENT LLC (E)

NORTH MARIN WATER DISTRICT (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0017762

5/7

NOVATO DEVELOPMENT LLC (E)

NORTH MARIN WATER DISTRICT (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0017763

5/8

DEAN M ORNISH TRUST (E)

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018426

5/9

ESPINO STEVE E (E)

MARIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018451

5/9

LAMICA VINNIE (E)

1 (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018607

5/9

LAMICA VINNIE (E)

MARIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018607

5/9

MARCHESIELLO ACHILLE (E)

SUNRISE GRADINS & PAVING (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018614

5/9

ZANCA FRANK CAMILE (E)

SHASTA COUNTY DEPARTMENT RELEASE OF LIEN OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

2014-0018502

5/10

195-205 TAMAL VISTA BOULEVARD LLC RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL (O) (E)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018982

5/10

195-205 TAMAL VISTA BOULEVARD LLC UNITED RENTALS /NORTH (E) AMERICA/ INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018982

5/10

BAHIA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

PAREDES EDGAR M (E)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0019072

5/10

LJETMT ENTERPRISES LLC (E)

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018986

5/10

MARCOTTE GREGORY (E)

SONOMA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0019174

5/10

MASSAGE ENVY (E)

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018986

5/10

MEADOW CLUB (E)

RANCH HOUSE DOORS (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0018984

5/10

PAREDES EDGAR M (E)

BAHIA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0019072

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Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

METHVEN MARK R (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017471

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HURVICH FRED A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017472

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TUCKER GRACE T (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017473

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TURNER ROBERT (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017474

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WHITE CRAIG M (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017475

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MC CROHAN MARI A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017476

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HEART LILLI (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017477

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SALEH ANTOINE C (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017478

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SALEH BERYL S (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017478

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WHITEHOUSE RAE R (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017482

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ALCANTAR GUSTAVO (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017483

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BALDWIN MARY (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017484

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SKY REALMS PUBLISHING (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017579

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SAN ANSELMO CAFE & BISTRO (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017580

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SAN ANSELMO CAFE & BRISTRO COMPANY INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017580

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BETTER THAN YOURS INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017581

5/6

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JERKY GUY (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017581

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PAGAN KEITH D (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017782

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PAGAN LEIGH A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017782

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HAGAN JENNIFER B (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017783

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WEBB IRINA V (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017784

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WEBB WILLIAM T (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017784

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

STAPLES RAYMOND T (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017785

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CLARK CHRISTOPHER (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017786

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC GREEVY ANGELA (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017786

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SAUL JOHN C (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017787

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

TAYLOR LAURA (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017788

5/7

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CHATHAM RUSSELL (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0017789

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

REBATA GEORGE A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0018626

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ROCHA MILES (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0018627

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MELGOZA MICHELLE (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0018628

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SETRAKIAN BETH W (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0019142

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SETRAKIAN ROB A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0019142

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

RYAN THOMAS W II (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0019143

5/10

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

FECSKES ANDREW T (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0019144

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/8/2014

1:30 PM

Asphalt Work-District Wide

Hayward/Castro Valley

ONLINE Hayward Area Recreation & Park District

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

2011 Storm Damage Repairs on Comptche Ukiah Road, CR 223, at M.P. 8.50

Ukiah

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

5/8/2014

1:00 PM

Painting at Various Sites-Grant & Lorenzo Manor Elementary School Campuses

San Lorenzo

ONLINE San Lorenzo Unified School Dist

5/8/2014

1:30 PM

Ray Road Resurfacing (Turner Road to 1000' south of Woodbridge Road)

Stockton

Online

San Joaquin, County of

5/8/2014

1:30 PM

Jack Tone Road Resurfacing (Peltier Road to Collier Road)

Stockton

Online

San Joaquin, County of

5/8/2014

10:00 AM

Air Base Line Pipeline Replacement Project

San Rafael

ONLINE Marin Municipal Water District

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Hunters View-Phase 2-Buildings Blocks 7 & 11

San Francisco

ONLINE

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Imjin Parkway Bike Lanes Project

Marina

ONLINE Marina, city of

5/8/2014

3:00 PM

Powerhouse Upgrades

Pollock Pines

Online

El Dorado Irrigation District

5/8/2014

1:30 PM

Live Oak Road Resurfacing (State Highway Route 88 to Jack Tone Road)

Stockton

Online

San Joaquin, County of

5/8/2014

2:30 PM

2011 Storm Damage Repairs on Comptche Ukiah Road, CR 223, at M.P. 8.25

Ukiah

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

5/8/2014

1:45 PM

Construction of Hampton Road Dog Park

Hayward

ONLINE Hayward Area Recreation & Park District

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Repair & Resurfacing of Certain Streets, Phase 33

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Painting at Various Sites-Royal Sunset/East Bay Arts HS & Colonial Acres ES Campuses

Hayward/San Lorenzo ONLINE San Lorenzo Unified School Dist

5/8/2014

3:00 PM

Painting at Corvallis Elementary School

San Leandro

ONLINE San Lorenzo Unified School Dist

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Oak Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation

Woodland

ONLINE Woodland, City of

5/8/2014

3:00 PM

2014 Sidewalk Project

Dixon

ONLINE Dixon, city of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Healdsburg Junior High School Modernization & New Classrooms Project

Healdsburg

ONLINE

5/8/2014

3:30 PM

Language Academy of Sacramento

Sacramento

ONLINE Rainforth Grau Architecture

5/8/2014

3:00 PM

7121-Police Administration Building Security Card Access System Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/8/2014

2:30 PM

Site Wide Low Voltage Modernization at Littlejohn Elem School Fair Oaks

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

5/8/2014

3:00 PM

7612-2014 Arterial Resurfacing Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Phase I Wastewater Treatment Improvement Project

Biggs

ONLINE Biggs, city of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Speed Control Improvements Phase 4 Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Rohnert Park Expressway 16-inch Transmission Main Project

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Rohnert Park, city of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Management & Maintenance of the Arnaiz Softball Complex

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Soltrans Curtola Park & Ride Hub Project

Vallejo

ONLINE Solano County Transit

5/8/2014

3:00 PM

Rebid Telecommunications Infrastructure Upgrades Phase A Science Hill West ISP

Santa Cruz

Online

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Animal Shelter Kennel Fencing

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

Santa Cruz, UC

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Browns Valley Road Sewer Improvement Project-McCormick Lane to Larkin Way

Napa

ONLINE Napa Sanitation District

5/8/2014

4:30 PM

204 North Riverside Drive

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

5/8/2014

2:00 PM

Oliver Road Park & Ride Improvement Project

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

5/9/2014

11:00 AM

Paradise Cay 2014 Maintenance Dredging

Tiburon

E701B/0 Marin, county of 31C

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

Re-Roofing the Tamien Early Educational Center

San Jose

E702B/0 Santa Clara Valley Transportation 71C Authority

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

Tennis Facilities Expansion & Improvements Phase 3 Resurfacing

Vallejo

E706B

Greater Vallejo Recreation District

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

Tennis Facilities Expansion & Improvements Phase 4 Fencing

Vallejo

E707B

Greater Vallejo Recreation District

5/9/2014

10:00 AM

Muni Metro Van Ness Station Elevator Modernization

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

Concrete Replacement at Luther Burbank High School

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento City Unified School District

5/9/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ-Hazardous Materials Assessment & Consulting Services

San Mateo County

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

Persimmon Place - Whole Foods Shell

Dublin

ONLINE

5/9/2014

11:00 AM

Improve Emergency Sustainment Capabilities, Building 50

Palo Alto

ONLINE

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Butte Regional Transit Operations Center Construction

Chico

ONLINE

5/9/2014

2:00 PM

The Carlisle-Mansard Removal, Re-Roofing & Facade Access System

San Francisco

ONLINE

5/9/2014

4:00 PM

Department of Motor Vehicles

San Jose

ONLINE

5/9/2014

10:00 AM

2014 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

Albany

ONLINE Albany, City of

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Bicycle & Pedestrian Related Improvements - Hopyard & Golden Pleasanton

E724B/0 Pleasanton, City of 09C

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Relocation of Modular Building at the Short Middle School

San Rafael

N/A

San Rafael City School District

5/12/2014

2:30 PM

Relocation of Modular Building at the Davidson Middle School

San Rafael

N/A

San Rafael City School District

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Bed, Bath & Beyond Store #1121

Campbell

ONLINE

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Slurry Seal Project

Belmont

ONLINE Belmont, city of

5/12/2014

4:00 PM

Victoria's Secret-Sunvalley Mall

Concord

ONLINE

5/12/2014

3:00 PM

Materials for the Kee Safety Inc - Kee Guard Roof Edge Fall Protection System

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/12/2014

5:00 PM

Kerby Residence

San Anselmo

ONLINE

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Expressway Self Storage Remediation

Rohnert Park

ONLINE

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

1751 Carroll Avenue Project-Food Service Equipment

San Francisco

ONLINE

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Contra Loma Plaza

Antioch

ONLINE

5/12/2014

10:30 AM

Building 5, 6 & 9 Down Light Retrofit

Fremont

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Storm Drain Trash Capture Devices

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Golden Gate Recreation Center Improvement & Expansion

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Alameda South Shore Lagoon Dredging Project

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City of

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-As-Needed Asbestos, Lead & Industrial Hygiene Consultation Services 2014

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/12/2014

2:00 PM

Partial Demolition of North Field Air Traffic Control Tower Oakland International Airport

Oakland

Online

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Airport Pavement Rehabilitation FY15-Airport Terminal Building Hayward Access Road

E717B/0 Hayward, city of 77C

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Annual Street Resurfacing & Preventative Maintenance Project Pleasanton

E727B/0 Pleasanton, City of 67C

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

EVC Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Upgrade Package 2

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose Evergreen Community College Dist

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

FY 15 Preventive Maintenance Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Harding Elem School Exterior Repairs & Select Roofing Replacement

El Cerrito

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Pioneer Park Tennis Court Reconstruction

Novato

ONLINE Novato, City Of

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

Pole Replacement Project 2

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

Main Library Renovation Project-Custom Casework

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Concrete Grinding or Shaving

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Air Conditioning Maintenance Service for the Federal Government Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC)

Seaside

ONLINE Monterey, City of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Chiller and Cooling Tower Maintenance Service for the Federal Seaside Government Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC)

ONLINE Monterey, City of

5/13/2014

1:00 PM

Dougherty Valley High School Portables Increment 1

San Ramon

ONLINE San Ramon Valley Unified School District

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Parking Lot Improvements at Monte Vista High School

Danville

ONLINE San Ramon Valley Unified School District

5/13/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ-Engineering Services for Foster City Blvd & Chess Dr Median Modification & Road Improvements

Foster City

ONLINE Foster, City Of

5/13/2014

12:00 PM

Charlotte Russe Store #760 (Specs on Plans)

Daly City

ONLINE

5/13/2014

4:00 PM

RFP-Design for FY 2014/15 Pipeline Rehabilitation Projects

San Anselmo/Kentfield

ONLINE Ross Valley Sanitary District

5/13/2014

10:00 AM

Various High School Gym Floor Refinishing

Sacramento

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

5/13/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ-Retainer Agreement for Architectural Services

Turlock

ONLINE Turlock, City of

5/13/2014

12:00 PM

Play Structure & Matting Replacement Project at 13 Campuses- San Mateo Bid Package

ONLINE Quattrocchi Kwok Architects

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Civil Maintenance Support for Power Generation

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

Hamilton Avenue Median & Roadway Rehabilitation

Campbell

ONLINE Campbell, city of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

District-Wide Signage Phase II

Oakland

ONLINE Peralta Community College District

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Marsh Creek Detention Facility Bridge Replacement

Clayton

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

5/13/2014

10:00 AM

Palo Alto High School New Performing Arts Center

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto Unified School District

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

2013 & 2014 Citywide Wheelchair Accessible Ramps

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

Port Of Oakland

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

C-633 Seismic Retrofit, Project 1

San Pablo

ONLINE Contra Costa Community College District

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Bonita Dr. Raw Warter Main Installation

Soquel

ONLINE Soquel Creek Water District

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

Seismic Upgrade of Boronda Reservoir

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/13/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Program Management Services for RWQCP

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Marsh Creek Road Safety Improvements-1 Mile East of Russelmann Park Rd

Clayton

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Citywide Street Lighting Maintenance Contract

Millbrae

ONLINE Millbrae, city of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

St Helena USD Multi-Campus Fencing & Handrail Project

Saint Helena

ONLINE Greystone West Company

5/13/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ-Retainer Agreement for Engineering & Surveying Services Turlock

ONLINE Turlock, City of

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

San Leandro Creek (Line P) Concrete Channel Rehabilitation Between 98th Ave & UPRR

Oakland

R045/03 Alameda, County of 3C

5/13/2014

2:00 PM

Fire Station No. 7 & Firehouse Clinic

Hayward

S904/01 Hayward, city of 6C

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Maintenance of Various VTA Buildings

San Jose

E711B/0 Santa Clara Valley Transportation 89C Authority

5/14/2014

2:30 PM

Multiple Sites-Restroom Renovations

Oakland*

E728B/0 04C

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

Civil Construction-Hazel Sunset Substation Upgrade

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

5/14/2014

2:00 AM

Felt St & 17th Ave Sewer Replacement Project

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

5/14/2014

3:00 PM

Town Center Force Main Phase 1 Project and/or Mormon Island Placerville and Lake Ridge Oaks Lift Station Abandonment Project

Online

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

Well Rehabilitation Phase 2A

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

5/14/2014

3:00 PM

Lawson Middle School Music Building Low Voltage Bid Package Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

Lower Silver Creek Flood Protection & Creek Restoration Project, Moss Point Drive To Cunningham Ave (Reach 6B)

San Jose

ONLINE Santa Clara Valley Water District

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

On-Call Garage Door Repair & Replacement

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Regional Transit District

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Soil Removal Package No. 01

Oakland

ONLINE California Capital & Investment Group

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

Collins Elementary School Restrooms Renovation

Pinole

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/14/2014

2:30 PM

Portsmouth Square Park Restroom Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

Gale Ranch Middle School Temporary Relocatables

San Ramon

ONLINE San Ramon Valley Unified School District

5/14/2014

11:00 AM

Kettleman Lane Bus Stop Improvements

Lodi

ONLINE Lodi, City of

5/14/2014

4:00 PM

Exterior Painting, Sealing & Stucco Repair at Mckinley Park

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City Of

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

PG&E Ditch Liner Replacement

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

5/14/2014

2:30 PM

Resurfacing & Construction of Valley Gutters on Valparaiso Ave West Menlo Park from Altschul Ave to Alameda De Las Pulgas

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

5/14/2014

11:00 AM

2014 Grapeline Bus Stop Improvements

Lodi

ONLINE Lodi, City of

5/14/2014

2:30 PM

Crystal Springs Regional Trail South of Dam

San Mateo County

ONLINE San Mateo, City of

Sacramento

El Dorado Irrigation District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/14/2014

2:30 PM

As-Needed Paving Contract No. 10

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/14/2014

1:30 PM

Bayview Gateway & Tulare Park Project

San Francisco

ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

5/14/2014

3:00 PM

Folsom and Fremont Street Off-Ramp Realignment Project

San Francisco

Online

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

43rd, Santa Inez, College Avenues & Fremont Street Reconstruction

San Mateo

R009/03 San Mateo, City of 7C

5/14/2014

2:00 PM

McClymonds High School Fire & Intrusion Alarm Replacement

Oakland*

R038/02 3C

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Healdsburg Avenue Bridge Retrofit/Rehabilitation Project

Healdsburg

034C/S9 Healdsburg, City Of 05

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Auxiliary Water Supply System Pumping Station No. 1 Improvements (2014) WILL NOT BE SCANNED

San Francisco

175C

5/15/2014

1:30 PM

Painting at the VTA's Facilities

San Jose

E709B/0 Santa Clara Valley 91C Transportation Authority

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Dan Foley Park Distressed Pavement Rehabilitation/Replacement

Vallejo

E716B

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Montini Open Space Preserve-Accessible Parking & Road Crossing Improvements

Sonoma

ONLINE Sonoma, County of

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

South Sacramento Street Light Installation Project

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento County Municipal Services Agency

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

TG14.1 Elevators and Escalators

San Francisco

ONLINE

5/15/2014

3:00 PM

Southeast Branch Library (Prequalified Generals Only)

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/15/2014

10:00 AM

RFP-Council Chambers Improvement

Turlock

ONLINE Turlock, City of

5/15/2014

3:00 PM

Bald Mountain Parking Area

Santa Clara County

Online

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

8-Inch Ductile Iron Water Main Installation on Alabama & 25th Streets

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Shoreline Drive, Westline Drive Bikeway Improvements

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City of

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

(Rebid) Marina Middle School Replacement of Lockers

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

5/15/2014

3:30 PM

Rutherford Dust Restoration Project, Reach 5, 6, 7, 9

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Cabrillo College Building 1000 Bathroom Renovation

Aptos

ONLINE Cabrillo Community College District

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Road Maintenance Project

Woodland

ONLINE Woodland, City of

5/15/2014

3:00 PM

Design & Construction of Photovoltaic Panels & Solar Structures at San Jose Environmental Innovation Center

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Olinda Elementary School Miscellaneous Repairs

El Sobrante

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Northgate Mall-Sitework

San Rafael

ONLINE

5/15/2014

3:30 PM

College Eight Servery Alteration

Santa Cruz

Online

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-High/Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution System Maintenance

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose State University

5/15/2014

10:00 AM

School Safety Improvements Project

Redwood City

ONLINE Woodside, Town of

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

Collins Elementary School Floor, Door & Hardware Replacment Pinole

5/15/2014

2:00 PM

South Sewer Main Replacement (Grant Rd)

San Francisco County Transportation Authority

San Francisco, City & County of

Greater Vallejo Recreation District

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Santa Cruz, UC

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/15/2014

3:00 PM

Castle Airport Operational Apron Security Lighting

Merced

ONLINE Merced, County of

5/16/2014

12:00 PM

RFQ-Mission Bay Utility Line Remediation Phases 1&2Extended Commissioning

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

5/16/2014

5:00 PM

East Evelyn Park

Sunnyvale

ONLINE

5/16/2014

2:00 PM

Rancho Seco Recreational Park Building Upgrades

Herald

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

5/16/2014

2:00 PM

Main Library Restrooms ADA Improvements

Richmond

Online

5/16/2014

1:30 PM

Removal of Existing Asbestos Containing Foam Roof System & Hayward Installation of New Single-Ply PVC Roof System at Hayward DMV

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

5/16/2014

2:00 PM

Telecommunications Network Cabling, Related Electrical Services & Related Hardware Installation at Concord DMV

Concord

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

5/16/2014

4:00 PM

RFP-Program Management & Construction Management Services for Monterey Conference Center Renovation

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

5/19/2014

12:00 PM

RFQ-On-Call Environmental CEQA/NEPA Services, Technical Studies, Permitting, Environmenatl Monitoring

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

5/19/2014

2:00 PM

Newark CA BBQ Pit (Specs On Plans)

Newark

ONLINE Corstone Contractors

5/19/2014

2:00 PM

Shipyard Installation Project

San Francisco

ONLINE Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure

5/19/2014

3:00 PM

Fuel Storage Tank Maintenance, Repair, Inspection & Testing Services

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/20/2014

3:00 PM

1701 MLK Apartments

Oakland

008C

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Pavement Rehabilitation Gas Tax FY15

Hayward

E721B/0 Hayward, city of 61C

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Carquinez Strait - Eckley Pier Road Repairs

Port Costa

E723B

5/20/2014

12:00 PM

Street Resurfacing Project 2015 Street Cape & Slurry Seal

Milpitas*

E792B/0 33C

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Maintenance Service Center Fueling System Improvements

Antioch

ONLINE Antioch, City of

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Furnish Trailer Mounted Pump & Accessories

Martinez

ONLINE Mountain View Sanitary Dist

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Deer Valley Shoulder Widening

Antioch

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Mission Boulevard Improvements From Verde Way to Mission Creek

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

5/20/2014

10:00 AM

Safe Routes to Transit Project

Emeryville

ONLINE Emeryville, City of

5/20/2014

3:00 PM

Ground Fault Sensing System Parking Lot A & B-PV Inverter Yard-De Anza College

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

San Rafael Transit Center Security Improvements

San Rafael

ONLINE Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Architecture & Engineering Design Services for Terminal 1 San Francisco Temporary Boarding Area B & Security Screening Checkpoint

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Construction

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Information Technology Insfrastructure at Manor, Brookside, Hidden Valley & Wade Thomas Elementary Schools

San Anselmo

ONLINE Ross Valley School District

5/20/2014

3:00 PM

Parking Lot & Playground Pavement at Empire Elementary School

Empire

ONLINE Timothy P. Huff & Associates, Inc

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Pavement Resurfacing Project

Vacaville

ONLINE Vacaville, City Of

5/20/2014

5:00 PM

RFP-Preventive Maintenance Program for Electrical Switchgear Fairfield Equipment

Richmond, City of

East Bay Regional Park District

ONLINE Solano, County Of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Water Pollution Control Facility Aeration System Retrofit

Woodland

ONLINE

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Landscape Improvments for Brentwood Boulevard Median, Sand Creek Road Median & Solid Water Transfer Station

Brentwood

ONLINE Brentwood, city of

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Walnut Creek Sewer Renovations Phase 10

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

E. Third Ave/Windsurf Park Site Improvement Project

Foster City

ONLINE Foster City, City of

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Laney College Boiler Retrofit

Oakland

ONLINE Peralta Community College District

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Jarvis Avenue Santary Sewer Replacement Project

Newark

ONLINE Union Sanitary District

5/20/2014

10:00 AM

RFQ-DMV Headquarters Security & Access Control Maintenance

Sacramento

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

5/20/2014

3:00 PM

Hamilton Avenue Rehabilitation Project

Campbell

ONLINE Campbell, city of

5/20/2014

10:00 AM

RFQ-Architectural Services to the Oakland Unified School Dist

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland Unified School District

5/20/2014

3:00 PM

Site Lease of Parking Structures for Renewable Electric Power Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

Pump Station Rehabilitation Project

Castro Valley

ONLINE Castro Valley Sanitary District

5/20/2014

2:00 PM

IT Phones Upgrades at 4 Schools

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

5/21/2014

10:00 AM

Guardrail Replacement Project

Los Gatos

011C

Los Gatos, Town of

5/21/2014

10:30 AM

Blossom Hill Pathway ADA Improvement Project

Los Gatos

013C

Los Gatos, Town of

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

Land Park Water Main Replacement Project Phase 1

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

RFP/RFQ-BHCS Villa Short Stay & ACSO Sandy Turner II Facility

San Leandro/Dublin

ONLINE Alameda, County of

5/21/2014

3:00 PM

Santa Clara Various Streets & Roads Preservation

Santa Clara

ONLINE Santa Clara, City of

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

Rudsdale Academy Roof Replacement

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland Unified School District

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

Lawson Modernization of Rooms 3, 25, 26 & Library (Buildings 200, 400 & 800)

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

5/21/2014

3:00 PM

Shaft Safety & Guardrail Project-Media & Learning Center De Anza College

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

C-1032 Roof Replacement, Physical Sciences Building

San Pablo

ONLINE Contra Costa Community College District

5/21/2014

10:00 AM

Fallon Sports Park Phase II-PreSchool Relocation

Dublin

ONLINE Dublin, city of

5/21/2014

3:00 PM

Parking & Circulation Phase 3-Lot 1 Stairs

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

5/21/2014

5:00 PM

RFP-Landscaping Maintenance & Repair

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

South Campus Generator Replacement

San Jose

ONLINE Santa Clara Valley Water District

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

ADA Improvements - Passenger Loading Zone

Sacramento

ONLINE Department of General Services

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

12th Street Corridor Safety Improvements Project

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

On-Call CCTV Inspection

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

5/21/2014

3:00 PM

Fremont Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/21/2014

12:00 PM

Carson Creek 1 Lift Station Project and/or Bridlewood Canyon Lift Station Project

El Dorado Hills

Online

5/21/2014

2:30 PM

County Office Building Two Energy Mgmt & Controls System Upgrade

Redwood City

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

Angel Island State Park-Immigration Station Hospital Rehabilitation Phase 3

Tiburon

ONLINE State of California

5/21/2014

2:00 PM

Rocklin Crossings - Pads 8, 10, 11 & 12

Rocklin

ONLINE

5/21/2014

3:00 PM

Curb Cut & Fencing Project - Media & Learning Centyer De Anza College

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

5/21/2014

3:00 PM

Pinole Valley High School Interim Campus Moving Services

Pinole

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/21/2014

1:30 PM

Steel Reservoir & Pumping Plant Demolitions

El Sobrante

S906/04 East Bay Municipal 4C Utility District

5/22/2014

2:30 PM

2014 Road Rehabilitation Project Central Region

San Rafael

E726B/0 Marin, county of 05C

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Sidewalk Repair Project

San Mateo

E729B/0 San Mateo, City of 62C

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Sewer Trunk Line Rehabilitation-2014

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Tennis Courts Renovation

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

White Sulphur Springs Road Retaining Wall

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

5/22/2014

3:00 PM

Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Glass & Screen Repair

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Footlocker/HOH San Francisco Store #8067

San Francisco

ONLINE

5/22/2014

3:30 PM

Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Fire Extinguisher Service

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

2:30 PM

Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Tree Trimming

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Replacement of Embarcadero Bridge Over Lake Merritt Channel Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Landscape & Lawncare

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

3:00 PM

Fiscal year 2014-2015 Floor Covering Repair/Replace

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

2:30 PM

Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Gutter Cleaning

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Janitorial Services

Sacramento

ONLINE Capitol Area Development Authority

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Ohlone Elementary School Interim Housing

Hercules

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Replacement-Fine Arts Building

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

5/22/2014

3:00 PM

7386-Echo Loop and Boulder Drive Sanitary Sewer Replacement

San Jose

Online

5/22/2014

11:00 AM

Spring Valley Elementary School Fencing Replacement

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

5/22/2014

1:30 PM

Sidewalk Improvements at San Felipe Community Park

Hayward

ONLINE Hayward Area Recreation & Park District

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Griffith St & Gilman Ave Combined Sewer Project

San Francisco

ONLINE Lennar Urban

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Shannon Elementary School Miscellaneous Repairs

Pinole

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

El Dorado Irrigation District

San Jose, City Of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/22/2014

3:00 PM

Coating Rehabilitation for the Reservoir 7B Tank

Placerville

Online

5/22/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ-Santa Rosa Parks Concrete Projects

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

West Valley College Applied Arts & Sciences Renovation

Saratoga

ONLINE West Valley-Mission Community College

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Hacienda Avenue Green Street Improvement (Federal Project) Campbell 08-04A

ONLINE Campbell, city of

5/22/2014

2:00 PM

Burlingame Public Library Remodel

Burlingame

T001

5/23/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Clean Dust from Interior of Solids Conditioning Building

Martinez

ONLINE Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

5/23/2014

2:00 PM

Angel Island State Park-Interpretive Sign Plan

Tiburon

ONLINE State of California

5/23/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ-Emerald Glen Recreation & Aquatic Center Project

Dublin

ONLINE Dublin, city of

5/27/2014

2:00 PM

Roofing & Restroom Projects for California Conservation Corps Napa

ONLINE California Conservation Corps

5/27/2014

2:00 PM

Stone Valley Road Bike Lane Gap Closure

Alamo

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

5/27/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Asphalt Concrete Street Overlay Program

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

5/28/2014

2:00 PM

Meadowview Service Center New Roof Project

Sacramento

5/28/2014

1:30 PM

Adeline Maintenance Center Complex Fire Alarm System Upgrade

Oakland

003C/S9 East Bay Municipal 07 Utility District

5/28/2014

2:00 PM

Dover Well Construction & Testing

Pittsburg

E730B/0 Pittsburg, city of 66C

5/28/2014

3:30 PM

East Washington St at Edith St Lighted Crosswalks Project

Petaluma

ONLINE Petaluma, City of

5/28/2014

2:00 PM

Helms Middle School Environment & Recycling Center

San Pablo

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/28/2014

2:30 PM

Traffic Railing Replacement at Highland Avenue Bridge

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/28/2014

2:00 PM

Renovations of Riverbank Office

Riverbank

ONLINE Timothy P. Huff & Associates, Inc

5/28/2014

10:00 AM

Wastewater Treatment Plant Facility Secondary Clarifier #3 Repair Project

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, City of

5/28/2014

3:00 PM

Water Line Replacement 2012-2013 Phase 3

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

5/28/2014

3:00 PM

Storm System Trash Capture Devices

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

5/28/2014

2:00 PM

MCOE Joe Stefani Special Ed Building (Lease-Leaseback Project)

Merced

ONLINE

5/28/2014

2:00 PM

CVS # 9161-Milpitas (Specs On Plans)

Milpitas

ONLINE The Hatch Group

5/28/2014

3:00 PM

Fairview Substation Project

Santa Clara

ONLINE Santa Clara, City of

5/28/2014

3:00 PM

Rehab of 1711-1724 Fred Jackson Way

Richmond

ONLINE Community Housing Development Corporation

5/28/2014

3:30 PM

Rebid Elmhurst Middle School Paving Replacement

Oakland

R005

5/28/2014

1:30 PM

Main Wastewater Treatment Plant Engineers Road Widening

Oakland

S001

East Bay Municipal Utility District

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Moccasin Control and Server Building - THIS PROJECT WILL NOT BE SCANNED

Tuolumne*

177C

San Francisco, City & County of

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Point Pinole Regional Shoreline Breuner Marsh Restoration and Richmond Public Access Improvement Project - Phase 1 Grading

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Transit Center Park & Ride Upgrades Phase 2

El Dorado Irrigation District

Sacramento, City of

E720B

Palo E725B/0 Santa Clara Valley Alto/Milpitas/San Jose 93C Transportation Authority

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Stafford Lake Bike Park Phase 1

Novato

ONLINE Marin County Parks

5/29/2014

3:00 PM

Coating Rehabilitation for Clarifier Tanks

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Grass Valley Street Road Rehab Project

Colfax

ONLINE Colfax, City Of

5/29/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-RWCF Gravity Thickener No. 1 Replacement

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Sacramento International Airport Landslide Roadway Rehabilitation

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento County Municipal Services Agency

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Music Building Sitework, Increment # 2, for Lawson Middle School

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

New Administration Building Upgrade Fire Alarm System

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento County Municipal Services Agency

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Vanden High School New Library Building (Lease-Lease Back Project)

Fairfield

ONLINE

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Golden Gate Branch Library Window Restoration

Emeryville

ONLINE Oakland, City of

5/29/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Storm Drain Master Plan Update Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Well No. 7 Pump Station

Discovery Bay

ONLINE Discovery Bay, Town of

5/29/2014

2:00 PM

Paving Repair Project-Chabot College

Hayward

ONLINE Chabot-LasPositas Comm College Dist

5/30/2014

2:00 PM

Bid 6-Pump Station Concrete Structure and other Concrete Structures Wet Weather Storage Basin

Richmond

ONLINE Carollo Engineers

5/30/2014

2:00 PM

Bid 8 - Electrical Building, Generator, and Equipment Wet Weather Storage Basin

Richmond

ONLINE Carollo Engineers

5/30/2014

2:00 PM

Bid 3 Wet Weather Storage Basin Excavation, Shoring, Grading, Paving, Earthwork, Sitework

Richmond

ONLINE

5/30/2014

5:00 PM

Cleak Residence New Cosntruction

Oakland

ONLINE

5/30/2014

2:00 PM

Bid 4 Wet Weather Storage Basin Cast-In-Place Concrete Wall Richmond Prestressed Water Tanks

ONLINE Carollo Engineers

5/30/2014

3:00 PM

Basketball & Tennis Courts Resurfacing Services

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/30/2014

2:00 PM

Bid 5 Wet Weather Storage 36" Ductile Iron Pipeline

Richmond

ONLINE Carollo Engineers

5/30/2014

12:00 PM

Bid 7-Mechanical Systems and Finishes Wet Weather Storage Richmond Basin

ONLINE Carollo Engineers

6/2/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Design Build Construction Services for Old Sacramento Riverfront Boardwalk & K St Barge

ONLINE Sacramento, City of

6/2/2014

2:00 PM

Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) P8 Level Emergency Generator San Francisco System Upgrade

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

6/2/2014

2:00 PM

Secondary Clarifier & DOM 7 Valve/Discharge Replacement Project

Vallejo

ONLINE Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District

6/2/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Athletic Field Lease-Leaseback Services at Ohlone Community Collge Dist Fremont Campus

Fremont

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

6/3/2014

2:30 PM

WRP Aeration Basin No. 1 Improvements

Livermore

E731B

6/3/2014

11:00 AM

Downstream Water System Improvements Tier 2 Pressure Regulating Valves

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

6/3/2014

3:00 PM

Alma Street Overcrossing Barrier Repair Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

6/3/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Palo Alto Traffic Signal Management System Upgrade

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

Water Transmission Main East & Sports Park/Community Center Frontage

Woodland

ONLINE Woodland, City of

Sacramento

Livermore, city of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

Fire Alarm Testing at 111 Sites

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento City Unified School District

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

El Camino High School Pedestrian Safety Improvements Project South San Francisco ONLINE South San Francisco

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

Curb, Gutter & Sidewalk Repair Including Tree Removal & Stump Grinding & Install Concrete Curb Ramps

Antioch

ONLINE Antioch, City of

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

Marsh Creek Road Bridge Wingwall Repair

Byron

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/3/2014

10:00 AM

Alpine Dam Outlet Works Improvement Project

San Anselmo

ONLINE Marin Municipal Water District

6/3/2014

11:00 AM

Shackelford Sewer Crossing

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

6/3/2014

1:30 PM

Granite Booster Pump Station Improvements

Granite Bay

ONLINE San Juan Water District

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

Orinda

ONLINE Orinda, City of

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

College of Alameda Veterans Center & Athletic Offices Remodel (Building G)

Alameda

ONLINE Peralta Community College District

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

Dunnell Nature Park & Education Center

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

6/3/2014

2:00 PM

WWTP Holding Pond Liner

Brentwood

ONLINE Brentwood, city of

6/4/2014

2:00 PM

E. Campbell Avenue Portals Project

Campbell

6/4/2014

3:00 PM

Sanitary Sewer Lift Stations Rebuild-Rebid

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

6/5/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-On-Call Overhead Door & Rolling Gate Maintenance & Repair

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of

6/5/2014

3:00 PM

Sewer CIPP Lining Rehabilitation-Foothill College

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

6/5/2014

3:00 PM

Janitorial Services for City Facilities

San Pablo

ONLINE San Pablo, City of

6/5/2014

2:30 PM

Main Jail Polished Concrete Flooring Project

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

6/5/2014

2:00 PM

Upgrade Recreation Yards-Smith & Brent

Eldridge

ONLINE Sonoma Development Center

6/6/2014

10:00 AM

Accessibility Improvements Project at Various County Facilities San Joaquin Co Phase 2

ONLINE San Joaquin, County of

6/6/2014

2:00 PM

Refinish Interior of Potable Water Tank

Eldridge

ONLINE Sonoma Development Center

6/9/2014

5:00 PM

RFP-Power Purchase Agreement for Solar Photovoltaic Systems for Various Schools of Burton School Dist

Porterville

ONLINE TerraVerde Renewable Partners

6/9/2014

5:00 PM

RFP-Power Purchase Agreement fo Solar Photovoltaic Systems for City of Woodland

Woodland

ONLINE TerraVerde Renewable Partners

6/10/2014

2:00 PM

Replace Glass Panels at Hayward Station Platform

Hayward

E718B

6/10/2014

2:00 PM

Diablo Water District New Office Building

Oakley

ONLINE Diablo Water District

6/11/2014

2:30 PM

City Hall Courtyard Renovation & Landscaping

San Pablo

ONLINE San Pablo, City of

6/11/2014

2:00 PM

IRP2 Water Tretament Plant Operations Buildings Seismic Retrofit Project-RWTP & Vasona Pump Station

Los Gatos

ONLINE Santa Clara Valley Water District

6/11/2014

2:00 PM

Walnut Blvd Pedestrian & Bicycle Project

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

San Franscisco Groundwater Supply Well Station - THIS PROJECT WILL NOT BE SCANNED

San Francisco*

178C

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Nystrom Elementary School Main Classroom Building

Richmond

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

Campbell, city of

Bay Area Rapid Transit District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

Hunter's Point Shipyard Phase 1, Block 56-57

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

RFQ-Joe West Hall Boiler Replacement Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose State University

6/17/2014

1:00 PM

TG10.5 Fire Protection and Fire Suppression

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

TG10.3 Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

8-Inch Ductile Iron Pipe Main Installation on Cement Street From Arguello Blvd to 14th Ave

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

TG10.4 Electrical, Communicatins, Security & Integrated Networks

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/18/2014

1:00 PM

TG10.2 Plumbing Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/30/2014

5:00 PM

Various Public Works Projects

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

6/30/2014

1:00 PM

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

ONLINE Richmond, City of

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

Daniel Walters 707.525.4168 dwalters@gpins.com

Sean Parsons 707.525.2715 sparsons@gpins.com

George Petersen Insurance Agency License #0603247

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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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