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May 29 , 2013 Vol. 57, Issue #19

SAT JUNE 1 SUN JUNE 2 10AM - 5PM

10AM - 5PM

Marin Center Fairgrounds and Exhibit Hall – San Rafael W 200 HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS W AWARD-WINNING LANDSCAPE DISPLAYS W INTERACTIVE SMART HOME EXHIBIT W ENGAGING LECTURES AND DEMOS W HEAVY EQUIPMENT CHALLENGE W HOME GROWN MARIN MUSIC STAGE W CREATIVE CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES W $10, SENIORS $6, KIDS UNDER 12 FREE Benefiting Marin Builders Association Scholarship Fund

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103.7FM, Bank of Marin, Bank of the West, Benjamin Moore Paints, Ghilotti Construction Company, Golden State Lumber, KFOX 102.1, KOIT 96.5, KRON 4, Marin Fencing, Marin Luxury Cars, Marin Magazine, Marin Sanitary Service, MarinScope, NewsTalk 910 KKSF, Redwood Credit Union, SDI Insulation, Star 101.3, United Markets, Union Bank, Z Gallerie For more info or to book space: 415-507-1537. Produced by Pacific Expositions.


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Calendar Events Seminars and Trainings Benefits and Services

June 1 and 2 Saturday and Sunday

June 12, Wednesday

Marin Home & Garden Expo Marin County Fairgrounds

Scholarship Awards Reception Jason’s Restaurant

5:00PM – 7:00PM

______________________________________________________________________ Our Insurance Benefits Representative is at the MBA Office Tuesdays 10AM – 12 Noon Thursdays 1:30PM – 3:30PM Appointments are advisable but drop-ins are accepted Please call Mike Carlson at Craford Benefit Consultants 415-871-4820 ____________________________________________________________________

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“SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS RECEPTION” Please join us in honoring our

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM WINNERS Wednesday ~ June 12th, 2013 5:00 P.M. ~ 7:00 P.M.

Jason’s Restaurant 300 Drakes Landing, Greenbrae Hosted bar & hors d’oeuvres Live music

Marin Builders Association Scholarship Fund has awarded nearly $1,000,000 in scholarships to students pursuing a higher education. Please RSVP by June 7th to (415) 462-1220 or email paula@marinba.org

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D. A. McCosker, President

Steve Harris, Vice President

Dave Thomas, Secretary

Mike Hester, Treasurer

NEWS RELEASE nR 13-1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 16, 2013 Contacts: Cathryn Hilliard (415) 819-4081 CIFAC Executive Director Casey Mazzoni (415) 342-3328 Marin Builders Association Legislative Analyst Court Rules Ross Valley Sanitary District must follow California bidding laws San Rafael, California – A ruling by Marin Superior Court Judge Roy O. Chernus, Friday, May 10, 2013 granted the Construction Industry Force Account Council’s (CIFAC’s) Petition for Writ of Mandate against the Ross Valley Sanitary District (RVSD) to bring them into compliance with California’s public bidding laws. The decision in favor of the CIFAC’s action requires that RVSD competitively bid their sewer pipe replacement projects for all projects valued at $15,000 and above. “That’s the law but they ignored it,” said CIFAC President Dave McCosker. “The Court’s decision means a minimum of 139 miles of pipeline replacement and related work will go out to bid creating scores of new job opportunities and allowing the public to see the real costs which will be much lower. We recognize this work is extremely important to prevent further spills and we are willing to be a resource to the District to get it done. It’s clear from the court documents that the district engineer is not clear on construction protocols and procedures,” said Cathryn Hilliard, CIFAC’s Executive Director and Tam Valley resident. First led astray by former General Manager Brett Richards, former members of the RVSD Board were persuaded to hire from 7 to 11 new staff to perform all the work in-house. Richards convinced the Board that they should use a method called pipe-bursting and claimed they could do it all in-house for $847,000 per mile and claimed that contractors would charge $1.4 million per mile. Marin Builders Association’s Legislative Analyst Casey Mazzoni appeared at the same District Board meetings as Hilliard to argue that if RVSD put the work out to competitive bid, contractors could do it for $660,000 per mile or less and take less time to complete it. “The economic downturn resulted in high construction industry unemployment and at a time when local government has less funding; it only makes sense for local agencies to look first to their local contractors,” Mazzoni said. But Richards told the Board that there were no local contractors to do the job and it would cost the District $45,000 to do a study to find contractors that could do the work. Bolstered by their attorneys who originally provided no advice or wrong advice, the Board ignored warnings that pipe replacement projects, with a value of more than $15,000, must be put out to 1 Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 4


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competitive bid as specified in the section of the California Public Contract Code that relates to Sanitary Districts. Despite the warnings from CIFAC, MBA and the public works construction industry, the Board adopted the budget as presented and approved a very large rate increase at the same meeting. Hilliard noted that every effort was made to avoid legal action but the District’s legal counsel was clearly not interested and did not reply to numerous letters or phone calls for more than a year. “We had no choice but to go to the court in June of 2012, and even then District Counsel would not accept service for the Board, so CIFAC was forced to serve each Board member in public between its Finance Committee and the Board meeting. That’s something we would have liked to avoid,” said CIFAC President McCosker. The General Manager, who proposed the idea of increasing staff size and training them to do the pipebursting work, has since disappeared and the composition of the Board has changed. In the recent past, the District has been involved in a number of other legal battles and three Grand Jury investigations. President David A. McCosker said “while some of the newer Board members seemed to understand the law, a majority of the Board members at the time appeared to be far less concerned and were willing to risk legal action. I’m amazed that CIFAC’s offers to hold off legal action if the District simply agreed to follow the law and bid the pipeline work was first ignored and then refused. It appeared that the General Manager and some members of the Board were willing to treat the ratepayers like a ‘deep pocket’ to absorb the cost of all sorts of legal expenses – and then they turn around and raise the rates on them to pay for their mistakes.” The ruling means that Ross Valley Sanitary District must immediately bid all new public works construction projects. # # #

CIFAC 1-800-755-8854 www.cifac.org

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Finish Carpentry CliniCs with Gary Katz

Monday, June 3 7:30am-2:30pm Healdsburg Lumber Company 359 Hudson St. Healdsburg, CA 95448

master your craft If you believe in quality craftsmanship, don’t miss this FREE event!

Healdsburg Lumber Co., with support from WindsorONE, Andersen Windows & Doors, Festool, Typar, and Versatex, is proud to offer one day of hands-on building clinics with Gary Katz, finish carpentry specialist and nationally recognized author. These clinics will highlight WindsorONE’s new line of Classic American Moldings, Andersen windows and architectural trim, new and innovative tools from Festool, Typar’s weather-protection system, and Versatex trimboard. Don’t miss this educational opportunity as well as the special discounts, giveaways, and coupons for some of the best tools and materials in the industry. Katz roadshow sponsors for this event

rsVp today! Take advantage of this FREE opportunity. Breakfast & Lunch will be served.

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

ryan arata (707) 431-9663 ext. 23 rarata@hlc-inc.com

Gary katz

Gary Katz is the publisher of THISisCarpentry.com, a new e-magazine devoted to craftsmen and craftsmanship. For two decades he has been a frequent contributor to Fine Homebuilding, Journal of Light Construction, Fine Woodworking, and other leading trade magazines, in addition to moderating JLC’s online finish carpentry forum. Gary’s books include The Doorhanger’s Handbook (Taunton), Finish Carpentry: Efficient Techniques for Custom Interiors (JLC/Craftsman), and Trim Made Simple (Taunton 2009). His DVD series, Mastering Finish Carpentry, sets the standard for professional video instruction in the construction trades.

increase your productivity | improve your bottom line | hone your sKills | www.KatzRoadshow.com

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Finish Carpentry CliniCs with Gary Katz

7:30am-8:30am session 1

8:30am – until –

9:30am session 2

10:00am – until –

11:00am 11:00am-12:00pm session 3

12:00pm – until –

1:00pm session 4

1:30pm – until –

2:30pm

Monday, June 3 7:30am-2:30pm Healdsburg Lumber Company 359 Hudson St. Healdsburg, CA 95448

hot breaKfast durable exterior trim The five D’s: design, deflection, diffusion… Advanced exterior joinery techniques Moisture content and wood movement Temperature and PVC movement replacement windows & architectural trim Sillpans and flashing: drainage vs. barriers Integrating new windows with the WRB Pre-assembling window and door trim Architectural window and door design lunch problem-free prefit doors Preparing rough openings properly Solving cross-leg walls and jambs 1-2-3 plan for fastening hinge jambs Hinge adjustments that work conquerinG Kitchen crown moldinG Spring angle adjustments with crown stops Crown jigs and fixtures Swing the saw: cutting mating miters Pre-assembly and coping techniques

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

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Larry Levy, Employee Relations Management Invites you to a Special Seminar

Friday, June 14, 2013 From 8:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. COST (due in advance): $100.00 per person LOCATION: Marin Builders Asssociation 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903

415-462-1220

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW……...DEADLINE IS JUNE 7th Contact: Larry Levy at 415-892-1497 or FAX reservation to 415-8926596. Make check payable to Larry Levy. Mail to 458 San Marin Drive, Novato, CA 94945

Thank you, Larry. We are planning to come. Enclosed is my check. Names of participants:

From (Co. or Org.)

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Construction Notice East Blithedale Street Maintenance & Sewer Rehabilitation Project The City of Mill Valley is pleased to announce a street maintenance and sewer rehabilitation project that will take place this summer on East Blithedale Avenue. The project will involve improvements to the road surface to promote a smooth and quiet ride, new traffic markings, sewer pipe repair, and new manholes. While the project will cause short-term delays and traffic congestion over a period of two months, the benefits of this project will be significant, including the repair of sewer infrastructure and improved pavement conditions. Construction on East Blithedale from Elm/Alta Vista Avenue to Camino Alto will take place from June 24th through August 23rd, while schools are not in session, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. While East Blithedale will not be entirely closed to through traffic at any point, traffic will often be limited to one lane, and therefore delays and traffic congestion can be expected. If possible, we encourage you to plan alternate routes to avoid travel on East Blithedale. If you must drive on East Blithedale, add time to your travel estimates and anticipate delays. The City of Mill Valley appreciates your cooperation while we work on this important infrastructure project. If you have questions or comments, please call the East Blithedale Project Hotline at 590-0117 or email publicworks@cityofmillvalley.org.

ROAD SURFACE IMPROVEMENTS SEWER PIPE REPAIRS PLAN ALTERNATE ROUTES

STAY INFORMED: Stay informed by checking the City website and signing up for electronic notifications of travel conditions and alerts. Go to www.cityofmillvalley.org and click on the “Sign up for eNews” button. Enter your email address and select “Road Closures.” Go to www.cityofmillvalley.org and click on the “What’s New” tab. Select “East Blithedale - 2013 Road Construction Info” for construction schedules, updates, maps, and more. Go to www.twitter.com/millvalleypd and follow the Mill Valley Police Department’s tweets on road closures and traffic delays.

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EVERYTHING EICHLER, BBQ, HOT RODS AND HOT ROCK & ROLL AT HUDSON STREET DESIGN OF MARIN, JUNE 15TH

Hudson Street Design of Marin is sponsoring an Eichler Event for owners and fans of these beloved homes. From 1949 to 1966 more than 10,000 Eichler homes were built in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to find replacement products for these mid-century modern beauties. On Saturday, June 15th from 10am to 4pm, everything Eichler and the 50’s & 60’s will be showcased and celebrated at this free event.

• Presentation by Catherine Munson, Marin County’s #1 Eichler Realtor, on the history of Eichler homes, how to add value • • • • •

to them, and the current state of the market. Panel discussion headed by Bill Hansell, Architect, on renovating Eichler’s and design recommendations for these special homes. Knowledgeable representatives will be on hand with Eichler products. Live music by the Hot Rod Juke Box Band, celebrating music from the 50’s & 60’s. Shine up your Hot Rod from the 50’s & 60’s and bring it to our vintage car show. We’ll tally votes throughout the day and the top 3 favorite cars will win $500, $300 or $200 in HSD-Marin products. Drawings & prizes throughout the day and, of course, BBQ and Rockin’ Root Beer Floats.

Don’t miss this great, free event featuring hot rods, hot rock & roll and mid-century Eichler inspiration. Hudson Street Design of Marin is located at 3773 Redwood Highway in San Rafael. Please RSVP to Eric Hertz at 415.924.8300 x92429 or ehertz@hlc-inc.com

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A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO JASON’S RESTAURANT PLEASE THINK OF

JASON’S WHEN YOU WANT A SPECIAL DINING EXPERIENCE –

AND BE SURE TO MENTION HOW MUCH WE APPRECIATE HIS SUPPORT OF THE MBA!! OUR LAST DINE & DONATE AT JASON’S RAISED

$1,100 FOR OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM!!

Thank you, Jason!!

jasonsrestaurant.com | 415.925.0808

Your Advertisement Here Don’t miss out on marketing your business online and in our weekly bulletin. Call 415.462.1220 for more information.

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Sealed proposals for

Rehabilitation of sir francis drake blvd. phase 2

in this issue

will be received by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 329, Marin County Civic Center, San Rafael, CA 94903, until

MARIN HOME & GARDEN EXPO .....1 MBA Calendar of Events

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MBA Scholarship Awards Reception ..3 Project of the Week

Monday, June 10, 2013 @ 2:00 PM

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MCCDC Summer Youth

Work includes the rehabilitation of the roadway and culverts along Sir Francis Drake Boulevard for approximately 3.8 miles, between Platform Bridge Road (PM 20.39) and Irving Bridge (PM 16.50) in Northern Marin County. Culvert rehabilitation includes slip lining, headwall construction, pipe replacement, outfall extensions and installation of rock slope protection. Roadway rehabilitation includes full depth roadway failure repair, crack sealings as directed by the engineer, two lifts of asphalt separated by an engineered paving mat, a top layer of asphalt known as the ‘bonded wearing course,’ slurry seal. To support the project improvements, storm water pollution prevention and temporary dewatering will be necessary.

Development Program

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Member Spotlight: The Last Inch .......16 Capitol Connection (FKA Kalb’s) ....17 Phil Vermeulen ..................................18 Safety: Teens in Construction ...........19 Permits

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Liens & Completions Project Bid Schedule

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Classifieds ..........................................40 Share Your History

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The Engineer’s estimate for this project is $3,127,500.

Plans and specifications may also be viewed in the MBA Plan Room or online by subscribers to the On Line Plan Service.

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

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Marin City Community Development Corp.

SUMMER YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2013 Serving Youth Ages 14-21

Out-of School Youth (18-21) Orientation Dates: Wednesday, May 15th 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Thursday, May 16th 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Monday, May 20th 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm In-School Youth (14-17) Orientation Dates: Monday, June 3rd 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Wednesday, June 5th 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Monday, June 10th 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Wednesday, June 12th 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm All orientations will be held at the Marin City Community Development Corp. 441 Drake Ave., Marin City Please call Angie Hines, Progam Coordinator, at 415-339-2837 and sign up today!!!

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2013 MBA Directors & Officers President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets, Inc.

Marin Home & GardenExpo

JUNE 1&2 Book Your Space Today! www.marinhomegarden.com or Call (415) 507-1537

Vice President jim Schalich - Schalich Bros. Construction Chief Financial Officer Tyler Doherty - Cal-West Rentals, Inc. SECRETARY Tom Barr - Ghilotti Bros., Inc. Past President Aimi Dutr a - The Dutr a Group Executive Director KLIF KNOLES

Dave Trahan - Patriot Mechanical Herb Moran - MOC Insurance Services John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Mark Silvia - Marin Mechanical, Inc. Clayton Fraser - West Bay Builders Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Dick Ghilotti - Ghilotti Construction Company Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Jeff Grady - Grady Consulting, Inc. STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception MBA MEMBER

Consultants Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst The weekly bulletin is owned by MBA archive available at www.marinba.org 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903 Publisher: Klif Knoles

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT:

The Last Inch

“Joining MBA provides our custom cabinetry

fine furniture and cabinetry, Byron’s expertise

business with excellent networking and

and abilities come together in originals built with

advertising opportunities. With a number of our

exacting precision and un-paralleled attention to

clients being Marin County residents, it made

detail.

sense for us to join the wonderful community of

Byron Zook earned his B.S. degree in

professionals that are part of MBA. Joining MBA

Industrial Arts at the University of Northern

is a natural step for us to take as we expand

Colorado and studied at the College of the

our business here in Marin, Sonoma and Napa

Redwoods’ prestigious Fine Woodworking

counties.”

Program, under the mentoring of master furniture

The Last Inch specializes in high-end cabinetry, architectural details and fine furniture.

maker James Krenov. Byron’s and The Last Inch’s work is in

Whether you are looking for that final piece

exclusive residences across California, from

to finish your project or you are embarking on

Marin County, Sonoma and Napa Counties to

the start of your home or commercial project,

Pebble Beach, and has been featured in Sunset

our design and build services are focused on

Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle.

every detail, down to The Last Inch. With over 35 years of experience designing and building

We welcome The Last Inch to the MBA~

Visit marinba.org/directory for additional information and learn more about The Last Inch at thelastinch.org

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

The interaction with contractors and the feedback from readers is why this is written. Knowing you read every word is both gratifying and always of concern in getting it exactly right. We welcome your input positive or negative in serving to provide the assistance you need. We get started with a question that may have no answer, or a different one in another situation… Q: My Company wants me to be the Responsible Managing Employee (RME) on their contractor’s license. What kind of liabilities do I take on as the RME? If the company is sued or has a judgment filed against the license, am I held responsible? A: This is always a difficult topic because there is no cut and dry answer. The CSLB regulations typically refer to “responsibilities” of an RME rather than “liabilities”. The responsibilities include being actively involved in the construction activities as a bona fide employee and working at least 32 hours per week, or 80% of the time the company is in business, whichever is less. As an employee and not an Officer of the company, an RME would not typically be held financially responsible if the company were sued or if there was a judgment filed against the license. However it would depend on the situation and it would ultimately be up to the courts or the CSLB to decide. Checking with your legal advisor is also always a good idea when making important business decisions. Q: We are a company that does specialized repair work and I’m curious whether we need to have a contractor’s license. We do repair work on Commercial Utility Scale Solar Inverters. Basically it’s an electrical unit that is the bridge between the solar panels and the grid. All the work we do is in relation to the inverter. It consists of replacing failed electrical components, transformers, fuses, controller board, and on occasion we replace some of the wiring inside of the Inverter. Any information you can provide would be helpful.

refinish bathtubs; do caulking around windows and anything else allowed by this license around homes and businesses. What do you suggest I apply for at the Contractors Board? A: The “C-61”/”D-12” (Synthetic products) classification is what you need. Among other things, this classification allows you to install vinyl and epoxy products, handle bathtub and enamel refinishing, and apply synthetic caulking and sealants -- including resin -- to a wide variety of surfaces. These can be in and around homes, commercial businesses, as well as public buildings. If qualified, you can also install synthetic turf, rodent guards, and subsurface irrigation drip systems. You will need to show the CSLB that you have at least 4 years experience within the past ten years in this trade. You will also be required to pass a business/law exam (there is no trade test). Thank you for your question and if you need any help in dealing with the CSLB, please contact us. Contractor’s Note: One of our loyal readers got in touch to ask for clarification of a recent question. The question was regarding a “B” contractor who wanted to know if they could self-perform plumbing and HVAC work. In my answer I stated that a “B Contractor must perform at least 2 unrelated trades”. The answer should have been that a “B” contractor must contract for at least 2 unrelated trades. “B” contractors can either perform the trades, or subcontract the work out. Good catch, we always welcome and appreciate feedback!

While knowledge is power, knowing where to go for the answers is half the battle. Get expert assistance immediately when you call 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.

A: Yes, you do need a contractor’s license to perform that type of work. A “C-10” Electrical license would be the appropriate classification in order to repair solar inverters. Q: I have been working for a contractor for several years but now want to get my own license. The company handles a number of trades, but I’m looking at getting a license to apply caulking, sealants and epoxy. I want to

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Play Time With Bureaucrats

by Phil Vermeulen, Governmental Relations “There is more than one way to skin a bureaucrat!” Phil Vermeulen, circa 1981 When I first began actively lobbying in the Capitol after 8 years of working “the building” as an intern and staffer (and bureaucrat for the Energy Commission!), I learned that when dealing with government, if one approach didn’t work, then try it again a different way until you were successful. This “wisdom” obtained through trial and error has truly allowed me to “thrive in my craft” over the years. Indeed, it worked “beautifully” as recently as this past Monday! To wit, you may recall my previous discussion about the genesis of our SB 399 (Wright) this year (or maybe not)? John Malloy of John T. Malloy, Inc. was called out on an emergency basis to the state’s Ronald Regan Office Building in downtown LA last October to repair a “plugged up” sewer line. After John discovered that the problem was a broken sewer lateral line that went into the street, the project became more involved and took several days to repair. Upon “providing relief” by successfully replacing the lateral, John sent the state a bill for his services. After repeated non-return phone calls, emails and other attempts at inquiries as to the status of his payment to the Department of General Services (DGS), John contacted me in early January asking for assistance to help obtain his payment. Since New Year’s week is NOT the week to try and contact anyone in Sacramento, and since I happened to have a meeting the following Monday in DGS’ executive offices, I postponed any inquiries until then. Long story short, even after ascertaining the direct involvement of the top echelons of DGS, it took 6 more weeks to finally get John his payment! Even the bureaucrats were embarrassed and pledged to work with me this legislative session to help change the problems in

existing law that caused the delays. Right! And so began my journey to work with DGS to make changes within existing law to ensure that the problems that befuddled John would never happen again! Senator Rod Wright, Chairman of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee agreed immediately upon my explanation of the issue, to author legislation to “fix” the problems. Then, SB 399 was introduced in spot bill form (vague language in the code that we were planning to amend which was our vehicle) to serve as our “blank canvas” to work with DGS to ensure we corrected the problem. And wait I did! Turns out (shock of all shocks!) that DGS was merely giving me “lip service!” Days turned into weeks with no phone calls nor emails form the “wonks” at DGS. It seems that these folks figured that my bill would die and they could continue on with life in the “slow lane!” Little did they know! The first thing I did, prior to the bill’s hearing in its policy committee, the Senate Governmental Organization Committee (remember, I got the chair of the committee to author the bill!, was to amend substance into it. So, the amended language stated that all contracts rendered on an emergency basis must be paid within 30 days from time of successful completion of the job. This language was like “motherhood and apple pie” to the committee (of course having the chair as author certainly helped our cause, too!) and the bill “sailed” on consent out of the committee. As expected, DGS was nowhere to be heard from. Why? Simply, they were going to play (as I fully anticipated) the “bureaucrat game” of whining that the bill would cause them great expense to have to process emergency contracts in such a fast track action (current law states they have 45 days). “They” planned to make this their reply when the bill came before the Senate Appropriations Committee, a committee where

any bill that “costs” the state over $50,000 is held in suspense and typically dies. Remember, “There’s more than one way to skin a bureaucrat!” This is why I love what I do! I fully recognized that this would be the response from the “wonks.” So, we simply amended the bill to take existing law and expand it to include emergency contracts. This language now states (for a very narrow group stated in existing law): State agencies are required to pay undisputed invoices for goods or services provided under a contract within 45 calendar days. Thereafter, State agencies are required to pay a penalty at a rate of 1% above the Pooled Money Investment Account (PMIA) rate, up to a maximum of 15%, for payments not issued within 45 days of receipt of an undisputed invoice. If the claimant is a certified small business or nonprofit organization, the state agency must pay a higher penalty at a rate of 10% above the U.S. Prime Rate. Simply, if the agency doesn’t do its job, then they should pay an additional 10% interest to these contractors! And, if they do their job, there should be no added costs to the state, period! And, if an agency is paying large amounts in penalties, there should be a beacon shining down on them to show the Legislature that “Houston, we have a problem!” SB 399 was “up” in Senate Appropriations Committee this past Monday. Interestingly (or not!), DGS was nowhere to be found. Senator Wright and I both gave “eloquent” testimony stating the aforementioned, that if these agencies do their jobs, there will be NO added costs to the state. The vote was unanimous in support and our bill moves on to the Senate Floor where it will “sail” into the Assembly. Stay tuned for more of my “having fun with bureaucrats!”

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Safety Matters California Builders Insurance Program: Your construction workplace safety partner

Tips for Teens in Construction The construction industry ranks third in the number of work-related youth fatalities, but you can help lessen or even eliminate this statistic by paying attention to all safety guidelines. The Basics • If you are younger than15, you cannot work on construction sites by law. • Make sure you have clear instructions on each and every task. If you do not understand, ask someone before beginning. • Never perform a task you have not previously been trained to do. • Trust your instincts about dangerous situations. • Never work alone. • Make sure your personal protective equipment (PPE) is properly sized. • Always work under proper supervision. • Stay sober and drug-free. • Try to familiarize yourself with the federal and state youth employment laws; a good resource is the Department of Labor (www.dol.gov). Prohibited Jobs Certain jobs are declared hazardous by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and are therefore prohibited for youth under age 18. Specifically relevant for construction workers are: • Driving a motor vehicle • Operating power-driven woodworking machines (including drills and nail guns) • Operating forklifts, cranes, hoists or elevators • Operating power-driven circular saws, band saws and guillotine shears • Wrecking, demolition and shipbreaking operations • Roofing operations • Excavation operations

Know the Hazards There are six main hazards you need to be aware of in the construction industry: • Machines and tools – Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe injuries. Any machine part, function or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded. Teens under age 18 should not be using this equipment, but it is important to be aware of the dangers regardless. • Confined spaces – There are many instances in which workers must squeeze in and out of narrow openings and perform tasks while cramped or contorted. Suffocation is a main concern when doing these jobs. • Electrocution – Overhead power lines are a main concern when working in construction. They carry tens of thousands of volts of electricity. Certain equipment (such as aluminum paint rollers or metal ladders) conducts electricity and can be fatal. • Falls – Falling is the most common cause of death for construction workers. Fall protection is vital when working at heights above six feet. • “Struck-by” – The second most common cause of death is being struck by an object or vehicle. It is important to pay close attention to alarms and horns when on the job. • “Caught-between” – Be sure to stay alert when working around any large objects that might move. Being crushed is a scary but very real hazard on a construction site. Before beginning any job, make sure that you understand the proper safety procedures and policies on the job site. Your supervisor can answer any questions you may have. Safety should always be your top concern.

You may work to earn spending money, buy a car, save for college or gain work experience. Whatever the reason, plans for your job and for your future don’t include you getting hurt.

THIS FLYER IS FOR GENERAL

INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, AND IS NOT INTENDED AS MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE. CONTENT © 2007-2010 ZYWAVE, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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Asuntos de Seguridad California Builders Insurance Program:: Su socio en la seguridad de las obras de construcción

Consejos para los adolescentes en la construcción La industria de la construcción se ubica en el tercer lugar en cuanto a la cantidad de fatalidades que ocurren entre los jóvenes en relación con el trabajo, pero puedes ayudar a reducir o incluso eliminar esta estadística al prestar atención a todas las pautas de seguridad. Los conceptos básicos • Si tienes menos de 15 años, por ley no puedes trabajar en los sitios de construcción. • Asegúrate de contar con instrucciones claras sobre cada una de las tareas. Si no entiendes, pregúntale a alguien antes de comenzar. • Nunca realices una tarea para la que no hayas sido capacitado previamente. • Confía en tus instintos en cuanto a las situaciones peligrosas. • Nunca trabajes solo. • Asegúrate de que tu equipo de protección personal (EPP) sea del tamaño correcto. • Siempre trabaja bajo la supervisión adecuada. • Permanece sobrio y sin consumir drogas. • Trata de familiarizarte con las leyes federales y estatales relacionadas con el empleo juvenil; un buen recurso es el Departamento de Trabajo (www.dol.gov). Empleos prohibidos Según la Ley de Normas Laborales Justas (Fair Labor Standards Act) algunos trabajos son declarados como peligrosos y, por consiguiente, están prohibidos para los jóvenes menores de 18 años. Lo siguiente es específicamente pertinente a los trabajadores de la construcción: • Conducir un vehículo • Operar máquinas eléctricas para trabajos de carpintería (incluidos los taladros y las pistolas de clavos). • Operar carretillas elevadoras, grúas o elevadores. • Operar sierras circulares eléctricas, serruchos de banda y guillotinas. • Realizar operaciones de demolición y desguace. • Realizar operaciones de techado. • Realizar operaciones de excavación.

Conocer los riesgos Existen seis riesgos principales que debes tener en cuenta en la industria de la construcción: • Máquinas y herramientas – Las partes de máquinas en movimiento tienen el potencial de producir lesiones graves. Cualquier parte de máquina, función o proceso que puede producir lesiones puede estar protegida. Los adolescentes menores de 18 años no deben usar estos equipos pero, independientemente de ello, es importante conocer los riesgos. • Espacios reducidos – Existen muchas instancias en las que los trabajadores pueden entrar y salir de aberturas estrechas y realizar tareas mientras están restringidos o retorcidos. La sofocación es la principal preocupación al realizar estos trabajos. • Electrocución – Las líneas de alto voltaje que se encuentran en lo alto implican una importante inquietud al trabajar en la construcción. Estas líneas tienen decenas de miles de voltios de electricidad. Determinados equipos (como los rodillos de pintura de aluminio o las escaleras de metal) conducen electricidad y pueden ser mortales. • Caídas – Las caídas son la principal causa de muerte para los trabajadores de la construcción. La protección contra caídas es muy importante al trabajar en alturas superiores a los seis pies. • “Golpes accidentales” – La segunda causa más común de muerte es ser golpeado por un objeto o vehículo. Es importante prestar mucha atención a las alarmas o bocinas al trabajar. • “Atrapamiento” – Asegúrate de estar alerta al trabajar en torno a objetos de gran tamaño que podrían moverse. Ser aplastado es un peligro atemorizante pero muy verdadero en las obras de construcción. Antes de comenzar un trabajo, asegúrate de entender los procedimientos de seguridad adecuados y las políticas del lugar de trabajo. Tu supervisor puede responder las preguntas que tengas. La seguridad siempre debe ser tu principal preocupación.

Puedes trabajar para ganar dinero para tus gastos, comprar un automóvil, ahorrar para la universidad u obtener experiencia laboral. Cualquiera sea el motivo, los planes para tu trabajo y tu futuro no incluyen sufrir lesiones.

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PERMITS

Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction De Finis Angela /Tr/ SPICER CONSTRUCTION 9 Altamira Ave Kentfield 071-122-09 (23) Bath Remodel Artie Delnegro J P CONSTRUCTION 94 St Thomas Way Tiburon 038-222-30 (23) Remodel Bath Brown Maria C SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENT 1215 Lattie Ln Mill Valley 048-223-14 (58) Repl 11 Wndw Lake Katherine J OWNER 22 Von Ct Fairfax 174-083-30 (23) Rmdl Kit Chapman Radiance NORTHERN PACIFIC ROOFING 372 Ridgewood Ave Mill Valley 047-182-13 (53) Reroof Steve Olson PETE’S CONSTRUCTION 107 Deer Hollow Rd San Anselmo 177-101-06 (54) Replace Sink Lesser James A /Tr/ & Eta GUSTAVO MENDONCA GENERAL 67 Berens Dr Kentfield 074-122-02 (23,58) Kit Rml, Levy Ryan & Moran OWNER 111 Reed Blvd Mill Valley 043-072-11 (22) Struct Kit R Bacciocco Louis F & PREMIER POOLS AND SPA 431 Bloom Ln Novato 146-340-48 (10) Pool Remodel Blumhardt Dan & Jen G FAMILY CONSTRUCTION INC 1248 Lattie Ln Mill Valley 048-233-47 (23) Ba & Closet Rigg Douglas G /Tr/ FLOYD CONSTRUCTION 8 Irving Dr San Anselmo 176-065-03 (59)Replace And A Willian, Mandy LEVITCH ASSOCIATION, INC 23 Laurel Grove Ave Kentfield 071-163-09 (24)(58) Remodel O Kane Linda H /Tr/ PETERSEN DEAN 5 Manor View Fairfax 174-081-02 (3) Reroof Kupelian Maggi /Tr/ Etal MC LERAN INC 2240 Las Gallinas Ave San Rafa 164-242-03 (53) Reroof W/ E- Kessinger William C & SCHWARTZ & ASSOCIATES 16 Geary Ave Kentfield 071-121-15 (11) Repl Failing Kessinger William C & SCHWARTZ & ASSOCIATES 16 Geary Ave Kentfield 071-121-15 (12,13,54) Deck O Rich Donna ALTERNATIVE ROOFING SOLUT 6 Equestrian Ct Novato 143-131-03 (53)Reroof Main H Elsie Cannon VIDA BUILDING SYSTEMS 240 Alder Dr Bolinas 190-202-10 (50)(52)(54) Repa Cunha Jonathan R & VIDA BUILDING SYSTEMS 60 Oak Rd Bolinas 191-251-01 (21)(22) Addition

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED

Address Owner Work 37 Gregory Dr Fairfax Cosgrove Jennifer (21,23,57,59)Addns At Kit & Ma 1 Hart Ln Mill Valley Flaherty Larie M /Tr/ Etal (24) Convert Uncond Storage To 100 Harvard Ave Mill Valley Mt Tamalpais Primary Sch (30) New Detached Classroom Bu 124 Homestead Blvd Mill Valley Corrigan John (29-1/3)(13) New 3-Bedrm S F D 128 Homestead Blvd Mill Valley Schram Catherine M (13) Replace Deck 3 Marin Way Bolinas Gussis Chrysanthe L (22,13) Remodel Liv Sp Incl Ro 2370 Vista Del Mar Ln Tiburon Modirzadeh Mahmood /Tr/ (24) Convert Garage And Storag 442 W Live Oak Dr Mill Valley Graham Michael J (13) Repl Deck 534 Wilson Ave Novato Juillard Loic C (22) Interior Structural Kitch 117 Auburn St San Rafael Nealon Stephen (50)(58)(54) Minor Repair Wate 125 Birch Way San Rafael Neeley Jacob & (21) Add Breakfast Room 466 Blackstone Dr San Rafael Gonzalez Rolando B P & (21) Add Master Bath 66 Brushwood Ln Greenbrae Ritti Joshua & (62) Demo Main HouseNeed Baaq 66 Brushwood Ln Greenbrae Ritti Mary (23,13) Remodel Guest Cottage; 7 Corte Cayuga Greenbrae O Shea Steve (23) Rmdl Ma Ba & Closets W/ R 170 Del Oro Lagoon Novato Simmonds Warren (56,58) Reside; Elim Kit Wndw 325 Edgewood Ave Mill Valley Nelson Michael A /Tr/ & (13) Repl Deck & Stairs W/ Lar 550 Fairview Ave Mill Valley Stanford Susannah S /Tr/ Etal (24)(21)(12) Covert Garage To 1 Gate 5 Rd C Sausalito Waldo Point Harbor (11) 700 Ft Of Retaining Wall 111 Reed Blvd Mill Valley Levy Ryan & Moran (22) Struct Kit Rmdl - Express 1248 Lattie Ln Mill Valley Blumhardt Dan & Jen (23) Ba & Closet Rmdl - Expres

Value $20,000 $41,000 $13,123 $27,000 $10,069 $10,000 $47,000 $47,000 $15,000 $13,500 $13,000 $75,000 $10,700 $11,000 $20,000 $40,000 $16,775 $18,170 $219,300

Value $90,000 $40,000 $250,000 $600,000 $22,000 $100,000 $50,000 $10,800 $37,000 $15,000 $18,000 $18,000 $25,000 $30,000 $100,000 $32,000 $10,000 $150,000 $52,500 $47,000 $13,500

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera

5/15

Mariner Green Hoa

Allied Builders

148 Mariner Green Ct

Repair Garage Driveway

$10,000

Corte Madera

5/20

195-205 Tamal Vista Blvd, Llc

Ledcor Construction, Inc.

195 Tamal Vista Blvd 4

New 4 Story Building

$5,000,000

Corte Madera

5/20

George & Janet Pasha

Trainor Commercial Const, Inc.

5725 Paradise Dr

Commercial Improvements

$40,000

Corte Madera

5/20

David & Tracey Berntsen

33 Staghound Psge

Remodel Bedroom And 2 Baths

$30,000

Corte Madera

5/20

Tom Quilici

Wedge Roofing, Inc.

42 Alta Way

Reroof

$14,500

Bert Bartsch Electrical

Corte Madera

5/21

Jill & Tyler Johnson

Corte Madera

5/21

Andre Thomas

331 Willow Ave

Solar

$26,950

31 Harbor Dr

Legalize 2 Bath Remodels

$21,800

Corte Madera

5/22

Corte Madera Property, Llc

King’S Construction

118 Corte Madera Ave

Divide Tenant Space

$40,000

Corte Madera

5/22

Nordstroms, Llc

Sdi Industries

1870 Redwood Hwy

Install Hangrods/ Stock Rail

$50,000

Corte Madera

5/22

Corte Madera Town Center

Demello Roofing

342 Tamalpais Dr

Reroof

$24,000

Mill Valley

4/1

Gri Alto Center Llc

Pkc Construction

745 E Blithedale Ave

T.I. Known As Smashburger - Mv

$300,000

Mill Valley

4/2

Adler Hans J Tr

Western Construction

9 Eucalyptus Knoll

Replace Fifty Feet Of Retaining Wall

$20,000

Mill Valley

4/2

Tresan David I Tr &

Eric Hughes Construction

407 Monte Vista Ave Hillside Lift

$125,000

Mill Valley

4/2

Geist Tracy L

Charles Keller Construction

475 E Blithedale Ave

Master Bath Shower Repair Only

$12,500

Mill Valley

4/3

Chris Donnelly

Peterson Mullin Construction I

465 Throckmorton Ave

Alterations

$400,000

Mill Valley

4/3

Stricker Family 2000 Trust

Pennypacker Drake

501 Throckmorton Ave

Interior Remodel.

$35,000

Mill Valley

4/4

Mill Valley Tennis Club

Briceno Landscape

285 Manor Dr

Repair Of Cmu Wall Enclosing Pool

$35,000

Mill Valley

4/4

Sherman Monroe &

Arrow Construction And Remodel

2 Park Ter

Bath Remodel And Relocate Washer Dryer

$40,000

Mill Valley

4/4

Ryder William R /Tr/ & Etal

Richard Steele Construction

24 Vasco Dr

5.1 Kw Photovoltaic Roof Mount Installation

$15,000

Mill Valley

4/8

Collins Brian /Tr/ &

Sausalito Construction

14 Miller Ave

Dressing Room Improvements, Barrier Removal

$36,500

Mill Valley

4/11

Murphy Courtney & Sean Family

Camello, Inc.

245 Molino Ave

Kitchen Remodel.

$120,000

Mill Valley

4/11

Moscone Christopher & American Solar Linda Re Corporation

235 Hillside Ave

7.68 Kw Roof Mounted Solar System.

$34,720

Mill Valley

4/11

Ghodsian Shahram /Tr/

116 Montford Ave

New Bath And Replace Existing Fireplace With Gas Fireplace.

$30,000

Trush Construction

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Mill Valley

4/11

Rudick Stuart /Tr/ &

Mill Valley

4/11

Mill Valley

Type

Valuation

Tamalpais Construction 166 Elinor Ave Company

Rebuild Existing Rear Deck

$12,000

Gomez Michael D / Tr/ &

Old Town Glass

28 Gomez Wy Units 9-14

Replace Three Sliding Glass Doors

$10,520

4/15

Daley Maureen A /Tr/

Mcleran Inc.

11 Ashford Ave

Re-Roof.

$45,600

Mill Valley

4/16

Grand View Estates Llc

Olenka Builders

7 Magee

Construct Driveway Bridge.

$28,000

Mill Valley

4/16

Hulquist Dane & Kristin

Qse Construction

44 Keats Dr

Construct Retaining Wall

$44,000

Mill Valley

4/16

Williams Gilbert J /Tr/ & Solarcity Corporation

102 Locust Ave

Photo Voltaic 2.695 Amp

$10,000

Mill Valley

4/18

Mc Whorter Andrew S /Tr/

Rn Development

9 Hollyhock Ct

Residential Remodel And Minor Addition

$140,000

Mill Valley

4/18

Lin Martin &

Morrissey Construction Corpora

701 E Blithedale Ave

T.I. Rite Aid

$190,622

Mill Valley

4/19

Taska Robert & Elizabeth Revoc

Mcleran Inc.

177 Oakdale Ave

Tear Off- No Re Sheet , New Shingles

$12,300

Mill Valley

4/19

Braren Ralph Tr

Cam Construction And Painting

27 Thoreau Cir

Hoa Repair Of Siding And Trim Per Attached

$175,000

Mill Valley

4/22

Jenkins Ellen L

Buschert Construction

175 Elm Ave

Addition & Remodel.

$625,000

Mill Valley

4/22

Underwood Elizabeth

Renewal By Andersen

463 E Blithedale Ave

Replace 4 Existing Windows. No Frame Changes, All Windows Wi

$10,855

Mill Valley

4/22

Anrig Laverne L Living Trust

Renewal By Andersen

165 Helens Ln

Replace 3 Existing Windows. No Frame Changes, Will Meet All

$10,796

Mill Valley

4/22

Visona Giuseppe &

Roger’S Construction Co.

12 Portola Ln

Reroof No Resheet

$13,800

Mill Valley

4/23

Mac Connell Roderick B Tr &

Kurt Jehling Construction

37 Ethel Ave

Construct Retaining Walls And Exterior Stairs

$39,900

Mill Valley

4/23

Michael And Nalalie Riley

Millsap Degnan & Assoc. Inc.

328 Summit Ave

Seismic Upgrade At Lower Level Post And Beam

$24,000

Mill Valley

4/23

Steve And Tina Clements

37 W Blithedale Ave

Kitchen Remodel

$18,000

Mill Valley

4/23

Benner Andria F

401 Summit Ave

Window Replacements Per Plan

$35,000

Mill Valley

4/25

Reader August

Csc - Craig Schlick Constructi

1002 Lovell Ave

Rear Deck Rebuild

$18,000

Mill Valley

4/25

Kieckhefer Walter F &

American Solar Corporation

400 Alta Vista Ave

13.8 Kw Photo Voltaic

$62,000

Mill Valley

4/25

Ille Residence

American Solar Corporation

210 Monte Vista Ave 7.04 Kw Photo Voltaic

$32,000

Mill Valley

4/25

Florit Lionel &

Sorenson & Associates Roofing

16 Brooke Cir

16-24 Brook Cir Re-Roof

$22,600

Mill Valley

4/25

Flynn Timothy Gerard & Sorenson & Associates Roofing

1 Sandburg Ct

1-7 Sandburg Ct Re-Roof

$16,000

Mill Valley

4/25

Lange James J /Tr/ &

53 Tamalpais Ave

Kitchen Remodel

$30,000

Thomas Wayne Mc Evoy

Site Address

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Mill Valley

4/29

Allen Gregory C /Tr/ &

Conroy Builders

6 Redwood Ln

Interior Remodel: Kitchen, Two Bathrooms And Office.

$200,000

Mill Valley

4/29

Walsh Robert E /Tr/

Ohana Construction Inc.

247 Miller Ave A

T.I. Known As Marin Horizon School.

$192,286

Mill Valley

4/29

Rich William F /Tr/ &

Morris Roofing Company

150 Tamalpais Ave

Remove And Replace Existing Comp. Shingle Roof. No Re-Sheet

$25,400

Mill Valley

4/30

Harold Parker Props

Nordby Construction

15 La Goma St

New Construction Of Two Story Office Buiding

$1,600,000

Mill Valley

4/30

Blackstone Susan L / Tr/ &

Paterson Finishes

195 Summit Ave

Bath Remodel And 2 Skylights

$18,000

Mill Valley

4/30

Shalen & Foster 1992 Trust Eta

Kasten Builders

22 Underhill Rd

Replace 2 Windows, Garage Door, Remove Mansard Roof

$140,000

Mill Valley

4/30

Stone Bradley R /Tr/

Solarcraft Services Inc

505 Tamalpais Ave

New Roof Mount Solar

$20,749

Mill Valley

4/30

Rich William F /Tr/ &

Solarcraft Services Inc

150 Tamalpais Ave

Roof Mount Solar

$21,602

Mill Valley

4/30

Barad Jonathan

Ashbury Construction

35 Ralston Ave

Remodel Of Kitchen And 4 Baths

$150,000

Mill Valley

4/30

Magnus Holding Llc

Liu-Johnston Builders

21 Locust Ave

Barrier Removal.

$35,000

San Rafael

5/14

Marin Yacht Club

Overland Contracting Inc

24 Summit Ave

Alter-Commercial

$45,000

San Rafael

5/14

Claman David M /Tr/ &

Stader Construction

248 Clorinda Ave

Alter-Sfd

$15,700

San Rafael

5/14

Jereb, Thomas

Jereb, Thomas

153 San Marino Dr

Alter-Sfd

$11,000

San Rafael

5/14

Cavasian Derek &

Cavasian Derek &

418 Belle Ave

Alter-Duplex

$18,000

San Rafael

5/14

Wiley Neil W /Tr/

Demello Roofing

465 Hickory Ln

Alter-Sfd

$22,900

San Rafael

5/14

Fern James R /Tr/

Morris Roofing

562 Thyme Pl

Alter-Sfd

$16,400

San Rafael

5/14

Ashley Ryan

520 Fairhills Dr

Kitchen & Bath Remodel; Addition To Deck

$38,000

San Rafael

5/15

Dexter George & Geraldine L Re

Mcdevitt Construction Partners

445 Francisco Blvd E

Enclose Server Area And Condition

$10,000

San Rafael

5/15

Dixon Robert B

Tom Rank

50 Lochinvar Rd

Master Bath Remodel

$30,000

San Rafael

5/16

Justin Brown

Justin Brown

423 Forbes Ave

Kitchen/Bath Remodel & New Bath 2Nd Floor;

$137,125

San Rafael

5/16

Thu Lu

Thu Lu

8 Duxbury Cv

Kitchen Remodel And 2 Bathroom Remodel

$33,000

San Rafael

5/16

Macquarrie Andrew H & Marin Kitchen Works

138 Humboldt St

Kitchen Remodel; 2 New Windows

$20,000

San Rafael

5/16

Lockie Janet L

Chet Walls Construction

221 Danielle Dr

Master Bath Remodel

$13,000

San Rafael

5/16

Madvig Ian &

Hageman Building

639 Barberry Ln

Kitchen Remodel; 4 Windows

$15,000

San Rafael

5/16

Brcp Civic Center Drive Llc

C&J Contracting, Inc

3950 Civic Center Dr

Demo One Wall And Add 3 Offices

$48,000

San Rafael

5/16

Jenkins Robert L &

Eichler Solutions

419 Nova Albion Way

Replace 18 Windows

$18,520

San Rafael

5/16

Wolfson Family Trust Etal

Redhorse Constructors

850 4Th St

Ada Bathrooms And Basic Hvac

$62,000

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

San Rafael

5/17

Howell Roy L /Tr/ &

San Rafael

5/20

Meyers Steven R Tr &

Ken Cooper Roofing

328 Santa Margarita Reroof Dr

$11,000

San Rafael

5/20

Pesenti John M Tr &

Scott

4 Hacienda Ct

Roof/Ceiling & Interior Wall Framing, Remodel Master Bath An

$125,000

San Rafael

5/21

Shen Shao H &

Design Max Construction

180 Bellam Blvd

Alter-Commercial

$50,000

San Rafael

5/21

A & N Marchesiello Propert

Robert Freitas Construction

1005 Northgate Dr A Alter-Commercial

$50,000

San Rafael

5/22

Smit Reint & Rainbow Latifa

Petersen-Dean Inc

12 Lochness Ln

Alter-Sfd

$17,763

San Rafael

5/22

Ragozzino Properties Llc

Allbay Roofing

633 Del Ganado Rd

Alter-Commercial

$33,000

San Rafael

5/22

Tooker Robert L /Tr &

Arrington Construction

390 Mountain View Ave

Alter-Sfd

$40,000

San Rafael

5/23

Walters Edward J Ii

Michael Colton

314 Prospect Dr

Alter-Sfd

$55,000

San Rafael

5/23

Tabassi Amir & Higuera-Tab

Ignacio Camarillo Gen Contr

21 Esmeyer Dr

Alter-Sfd

$30,000

San Rafael

5/23

Blecher Stuart H &

346 Santa Margarita Alter-Sfd Dr

$25,000

San Rafael

5/23

Roditi Sara E &

54 Deer Park Ave

Alter-Sfd

$117,780

San Rafael

5/23

Cox Dennis E /Tr/

163 Merrydale Rd

Alter-Apartments

$20,000

San Rafael

5/23

Hernandez Michael G&

33 Sailmaker Ct

Alter-Condo

$30,000

San Rafael

5/24

Rafael Town Center Invest

Team Commercial Const

999 5Th Ave 300

Alter-Commercial

$46,000

Sausalito

4/1

Knutson/ Meehan

Blackhorse Builders

129 Buchanan

Addition

$40,000

Mark Scott Construction

Site Address

Type

Valuation

22 Bradcliff Ct

Kitchen Remodel; One Window; Structural Beam

$49,000

Sausalito

4/1

Langsam Realty

9 Gordon

Repair/Re

$37,500

Sausalito

4/2

Davalos

Mcleran Inc.

215 Currey

Reroof

$11,600

Sausalito

4/3

Davalos

Danny Gallagher

215 Currey

Repair/Re

$19,200

Sausalito

4/9

Equity Office

Wci-Gc

3 Harbor

Remodel/Ai

$45,000

Sausalito

4/9

Reuscher

Crescent Builders

55 Anchorage

Remodel &

$12,000

Sausalito

4/9

Ferrando

Owner-Builder

26 Crecienta

Remodel

$50,000

Sausalito

4/9

Reynolds

Charles Windows

283 Santa Rosa

Replace

$18,000

Sausalito

4/10

Phelan-Johnson

Plath And Company

140 Bulkley

Repair

$165,000

Sausalito

4/11

City Of Sausalito

Webcor

100 Ebbtide

Remodel

$1,414,500

Sausalito

4/11

Perry-Hinkle

Gaetani

11 Miller

Remodel

$35,000

Sausalito

4/12

Gould

American Solar

100 Toyon

Solar

$15,500

Sausalito

4/12

Taylor

Toran Builders

284 Glen

Repair/Re

$15,000

Sausalito

4/15

Mccarver

Picano Builders

28 Filbert

Repair

$15,870

Sausalito

4/15

Schwarz

Berkeley Roof Services 55 Crecienta

Reroof

$25,935

Sausalito

4/17

Mike Rainey

Owner-Builder

85 Libertyship

Electrical

$185,000

Sausalito

4/18

Dayton

Dipaula Roofing

131 Spencer

Reroof

$12,500

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Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Sausalito

4/22

Mcbride

17 El Monte

Addition

$53,000

Sausalito

4/23

Bar-Or

Jazz Builders

43-45 Filbert

Repair

$16,000

Sausalito

4/23

Stohr

Mark Scott Construction

99 Glen

Repair

$19,500

Sausalito

4/24

Fredericks

216 Second

Remodel/Ai

$225,000

Sausalito

4/24

Langsam Realty

77 Bulkley

Repair

$20,550

Sausalito

4/29

D & Dee Properties

Forster Pump

418 Johnson

Repair

$18,500

Sausalito

4/30

Wakahiro C/O Bank Of

G. Swanson

750 Bridgeway

Repair

$260,000

Sausalito

4/30

Olin

Consolidated

41 Miller

Repair

$30,000

Sausalito

4/30

Baytek

Solarcraft

113 Tomales

Solar

$26,063

Sausalito

4/30

White

American Solar

678 Sausalito

Solar

$14,500

Tiburon

5/21

Zeynap Akon Noy

Roofmasters/Bird Control Services

1711 Vistazo West Street

Reroof

$15,500

Tiburon

5/21

William & Marianne Pearson

Crescent Builders

17 Juno Road

Remodel Baths

$85,000

Tiburon

5/21

Broek Onne Trust

Posard Broek + Associates

1865 Mountain View Demo And New Drive

$1,900,000

Tiburon

5/21

Robert & Theresa Tomasello

Jd Mathew Construction Inc

22 Lagoon Vista

Master Bath Remodel

$43,000

Tiburon

5/21

Barbara Elliott

Demello Roofing

700 Hillary Dr

Reroof

$15,500

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

05/21/2013

CITY OF SAUSALITO (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035032

05/21/2013

SAUSALITO CITY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035032

05/21/2013

SIMPLEX GRINNELL (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035032

05/22/2013

CITY OF SAN RAFAEL (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035161

05/22/2013

COASTSIDE CONCRETE (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035161

05/22/2013

SAN RAFAEL CITY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035161

05/22/2013

MARIN ICON LP (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035304

05/23/2013

GCCI INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035520

05/23/2013

NOVATO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035520

05/23/2013

SCHOOL DISTRICT NOVATO UNIFIED (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035520

05/23/2013

A E NELSON CONSTRUCTION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035589

05/23/2013

CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PEACE (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0035589

05/24/2013

ALL PHASE CONCRETE (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036016

05/24/2013

KIBBE FRANCES (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036016

05/24/2013

AANENSON WILDCAT ENGINEERING INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036085

05/24/2013

MARIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036084

05/24/2013

MARIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036085

05/24/2013

TREEMASTERS TREE & GARDEN CARE (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036084

05/24/2013

WILDCAT ENGINEERING (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0036085

LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

05/21/2013

KNIGHTS ELECTRIC INC (E)

GOLDMAN STEVE (O)

LIEN

2013-0034758

05/21/2013

IGNACIO PLACE ASSOCIATION (E)

BEGLEY JASON B (O)

LIEN

2013-0034899

05/21/2013

IGNACIO PLACE HOA (E)

BEGLEY JASON B (O)

LIEN

2013-0034899

05/22/2013

DINSE JIM /TR/ (O)

FETHON WILLIAM (E)

LIEN

2013-0035081

05/22/2013

FETHON WILLIAM (E)

DINSE JIM /TR/ (O)

LIEN

2013-0035081

05/22/2013

CEDAR CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

LUFRANO PATRICIA R (O)

LIEN

2013-0035265

05/22/2013

LUFRANO PATRICIA R (O)

CEDAR CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

LIEN

2013-0035265

05/24/2013

DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (E)

QUEZADA DELI 350 ROWLAND INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0035967

05/24/2013

DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (E)

QUEZADA MARKET (O)

LIEN

2013-0035967

05/24/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

QUEZADA DELI 350 ROWLAND INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0035966

05/24/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

QUEZADA MARKET (O)

LIEN

2013-0035966

05/24/2013

UNINSURED EMPLOYERS FUND STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

QUEZADA DELI 350 ROWLAND INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0035967

05/24/2013

UNINSURED EMPLOYERS FUND STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

QUEZADA MARKET (O)

LIEN

2013-0035967

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

05/20/2013

REED LAURA (E)

SHELTER RIDGE HOA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0034597

05/20/2013

770 TAMALPAIS DR INC (E)

CITADEL PREMIUM DESIGN (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0034687

05/20/2013

770 TAMALPAIS DR INC (E)

CITADEL TILE & FLOORING (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0034687

05/21/2013

ELVIN ALLEN MARTIN (E)

MONTEREY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0034920

05/23/2013

ETTEFAGH JEHAN (E)

TIBURON HILL ESTATES ASSOCIATION RELEASE OF (O) LIEN

2013-0035521

05/24/2013

ADAMS STEVE (E)

DISCOVER BANK (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0035762

05/24/2013

ADAMS STEVE (E)

GREENWOOD TRUST COMPANY (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0035762

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CLOUSE JANICE E (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034371

TAX LIENS

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PEREZ ANNA M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034384

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HIETT GLORIA J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034385

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

YOUNAN NELSON (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034386

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GRONNER JOSHUA A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034387

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TOBIN JAMES M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034388

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TOBIN KATHLEEN M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034388

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ALRAWI NADIA (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034389

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GIANNINI SANDRA A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034390

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

REED PANN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034391

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HERIMOANA HENRY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034392

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JENNINGS DENNIS A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034393

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HODGE JEFFREY W (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034465

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CANNIZZARO JEFFREY S (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034466

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KENNEY L L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034466

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

ANDRADA MICHAEL P (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034467

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

JML ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034468

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DANIELS ANTONIO M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034469

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BELTZ CATHLEEN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034470

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

OSBORN DAVID L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034603

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

OSBORN PAMELA (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034603

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

OSBORN DAVID L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034604

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SOPHINOS JOHN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034605

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CALIFORNIA PRINTED INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034606

05/20/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

RESTIVO STEVEN G (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034607

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

STERLING CONSULTING GROUP INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034643

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS TAX LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CHAMPAGNE SALON & DAY SPA LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034644

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KITCHEN SYNC LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034645

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

RM ASSETS LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034646

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MEDITERRANEAN DELIGHTS LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034647

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

STAGED HOMES LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034648

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ACQUA INVESTMENTS INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034649

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AQUA INVESTMENTS (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034649

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ACQUA INVESTMENTS INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034650

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AQUA INVESTMENTS (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034650

05/20/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

NIGHTSAGE PRODUCTIONS INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0034651

05/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SMITH BRIAN L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0035278

05/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SEAMAN ELIZABETH (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0035279

05/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JONES ANTHONY K (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0035280

05/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BRYANT JULIE (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0035281

05/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HERRERACHAN SANTOSCESAR (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0035282

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

NUNES LUCIVANIA TEIXEIRA (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036039

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LAPOINTE ADELE (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036040

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC MORRAN DAVID (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036040

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SARGENT KRISTEN PARKER (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036041

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SARGENT RYAN L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036041

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PORTER LINADRIA M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036042

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

JML ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036043

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

RAE ROSEMARY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036044

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SAHAGUN JOSE R (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036045

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SAHAGUN NOEMI C (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036045

05/24/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SAHAGUN JOSE R (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0036046

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/24/2013

1:00 PM

Pet Food Express

Oakland

ONLINE TKE Construction, Inc.

5/24/2013

2:00 PM

Santa Cruz Branch Line Bridge Supports, Repairs, and Member Santa Cruz Replacement

ONLINE Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission

5/24/2013

2:00 PM

Kids Footlocker

Pleasanton

ONLINE Sierra Contracting

5/24/2013

5:00 PM

McDonald's Restaurant New Constuction

Falbrook

ONLINE FCI Constructors

5/24/2013

3:00 PM

Landscape Services at Various City Locations

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/24/2013

5:00 PM

Citywide Janitorial Services

Emeryville

ONLINE Emeryville, City of

5/24/2013

12:00 PM

Victoria's Secret Store No. 010500567

National City

ONLINE Tri-North Builders

5/27/2013

2:00 PM

Roof Replacement & Repair Project at Various School Sites

Vacaville

144B

5/27/2013

1:00 PM

AMC Theatres Montebello 10 Reseating Remodel

Montebello

ONLINE Parkway Construction

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Sinkhole Repair & Replacement

Eden Township

140B, 064C

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Street Resurfacing Program

Burlingame

152B

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Burlingame Bike Route Improvements - West

Burlingame

159B

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Burlingame Bike Route Improvements - East

Burlingame

160B

5/28/2013

1:00 PM

Allied Health @ Mendocino College

Ukiah*

D007/01 0C

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Bicentennial Park ADA Upgrade - Phase II

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Latrobe Road North of Ryan Ranch Road

Placerville

Online

5/28/2013

3:30 PM

Exterior Painting of Glick Middle School

Modesto

ONLINE Timothy P. Huff & Associates, Inc

5/28/2013

1:00 PM

Retaining Wall Parking Lot 100 West

Palo Alto

ONLINE Herman Construction

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Police Unit Move & City Hall Entrance Doors

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Mountain House High School - Sitework Increment 2, 3 & 4

Mountain House

ONLINE Turner Construction

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Public Safety Building Boiler Replacement

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

5/28/2013

5:00 PM

YFC Turlock Administration Building

Turlock

ONLINE Woodland Construction

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Controls Improvements, Central Plant

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

5/28/2013

11:00 AM

State A.B. 211 Door Lockset Replacement at Various Sites Bid San Francisco Package 1

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

5/28/2013

10:00 AM

Re-Roofing at Castro Valley High School 600 Wing, 200 Wing & Castro Valley 300 Wing

ONLINE Castro Valley Unified School Dist

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Littlefield Avenue North Sanitary Sewer & Storm Drain Improvements

South San Francsico ONLINE South San Francisco

5/28/2013

10:30 AM

Pier 50 - Covered Storage Shed

San Francisco

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

On-Call Contracts for Various Road & Flood Control Maintenance Work

Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

5/28/2013

3:00 PM

FY14 Preventative Maintenance Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/28/2013

3:00 PM

Wilkie Way Bicycle Bridge Resurfacing Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

Henley Architects & Associates

Alameda, County of

El Dorado, County of

ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Art Building Renovation UC Davis

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

5/28/2013

1:30 PM

Janitorial Services for Capitola DMV Field Office

Capitola

Online

5/28/2013

4:00 PM

Garden Park Apartments

West Sacramento

ONLINE Sunseri Associates

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Grant Elementary School & Lake Elemetary School Fire Alarm Modernization

Richmond/San Pablo ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Irrigation & Landscaping at John Sloat Elementary School

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento City Unified School District

5/28/2013

3:00 PM

Effluent Canal Rerouting at the Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Fair Oaks Waterline and Street Improvement

Arroyo Grande

Online

5/28/2013

4:00 PM

Theatre DeVille Renovation

Vacaville

ONLINE Hearn Enterprise

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

South Valley Middle School Modernization

Gilroy

ONLINE Artik Art & Architecture

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Seal & Pave Roads & Parking Areas - 2013

Various Counties

124B/07 State of California 4C

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Ohlone Greenway Crosswalk Improvements

El Cerrito

136B

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Sharon Heights Pump Station

Menlo Park

B122

5/29/2013

11:00 AM

State A.B. 211 Door Lockset Replacement at Various Sites Bid San Francisco Package 2

5/29/2013

3:00 PM

East Washington Street 18" Water Main Replacement

Petaluma

ONLINE Petaluma, City of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Hart Senior Center Roof & HVAC Renewal

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

RFI-Traffic Signal & Streetlight Material

Alameda County

ONLINE Alameda, County of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Neuroscience Building Emergency Power Upgrade

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Main Plant Gallery & Solids Handling Building HVAC & Structural Improvements

Redwood City

ONLINE South Bayside System Authority

5/29/2013

10:00 AM

Environmental Studies Area at Foothill-De Anza Communty College

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

SFO Training Center

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Curtis Park Village 2B & 3

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

DAF Pressurization System Replacement

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control

5/29/2013

2:30 PM

Soma West Skate Park & Dog Park

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Arvin High School: Bleacher Replacement Sound System

Arvin

ONLINE Kern High School District

5/29/2013

1:30 PM

Electrical Systems Repair and Maintenance Services

Avenal

Online

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Devlin Road Extension, Segment C

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

5/29/2013

3:00 PM

Hendy Avenue Complete Street Improvements

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Northgate Park Improvements, Phase 2

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Calvin Lab Landscape Improvements

Berkeley

ONLINE University of California, Berkeley

Department of Motor Vehicles

Arroyo Grande, City of

El Cerrito, City of

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

State of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Pak 'n Save Safeway # 3125

Emeryville

ONLINE Midstate Construction

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Fairwood Elementary School Relocatables & Sitework

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Aedis Architecture & Planning

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Shafter High School Building 700 Roof Replacement

Shafter

ONLINE Kern High School District

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

DeRicco Field House Water Damage Repairs

Stockton

ONLINE San Joaquin Delta Community College District

5/29/2013

3:00 PM

Ulta Store # 687

San Rafael

ONLINE Tekcon Builders Donahue Construction

5/29/2013

5:00 PM

McBride Residence

San Rafael

ONLINE Charles McBride

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Insulation Removal and Replacement Services

Willits

Online

5/29/2013

10:00 AM

Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) Barracks

Fort Hunter Ligget

ONLINE Herman Construction

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Building 202 New Child Care Center

Fairfield

ONLINE Kitchell CEM

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Gilroy HIgh School Modernization, Phase 2

Gilroy

ONLINE PMSM Architects

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Sunset Olive Oil Company

Montebello

ONLINE Acme, Inc

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

The Sports Authority at Bayshore Mall

Eureka

Online

5/29/2013

3:00 PM

Conlan Hall Restrooms Accessibility Upgrades at CCSF

San Francisco

R124/01 City College of San 3C Francisco

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Agate Beach Parking Lot Improvements

San Rafael

019C

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

Safe Pathways to School Project Edna Maguire, Lagunitas & Miller Creek Schools

Marin Co.

137B/09 Marin, county of 9C

5/30/2013

11:00 AM

Annual Residential Slurry Seal Program FY2013-14

Pinole*

143B/10 3C

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

2012 Neighborhood Traffic Management Project

Sacramento County

149B, 106C

Sacramento, County of

5/30/2013

10:00 AM

Industrial Road Rule 20B Utility Underground Project

San Carlos

157B

San Carlos, City of

5/30/2013

10:00 AM

Pinole Gardens Window Repairs & Replacement

Pinole

166B, 109C

Pinole, City Of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Police Firearms Practice Range Landscaping

Tracy

ONLINE Tracy, City of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation-New Medical Office Building (Specs on Plans)

Turlock

ONLINE C.T. Brayton and Sons, Inc.

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

20th, Arkansas, Connecticut, Mississippi, Missouri and Wisconsin Streets Sewer Replacement and Pavement Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Conversion of One Floor of Former Office Bldg to Apartments

Jackson

ONLINE Diede Construction

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

201 Turk Street

San Francisco

ONLINE James E. RobertsObayashi Corp.

5/30/2013

10:00 AM

Pedestrian Improvements

Woodside

ONLINE Woodside, Town of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Monterey Marketplace

San Jose

ONLINE Moorefield Construction

5/30/2013

11:00 AM

Motor Control Center Replacement Project

Union City

ONLINE Union Sanitary District

5/30/2013

1:30 PM

Sexton Road Resurfacing (State Highway Route 120 to Lone Tree Road)

Stockton

Online

5/30/2013

10:00 AM

JJ Creekside Plaza

El Dorado Hills

ONLINE F & H Construction

Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

SD Deacon General Contractors

Marin County Parks

San Joaquin, County of

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

7369-2013 Slurry Seal Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Window & Furnace Removal & Replacement Phase 1 Housing Hayward Calaveras

5/30/2013

4:00 PM

South Bay Montessori School

Torrance

ONLINE Acme, Inc

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Student Center Building 29 Modernization at Monterey Peninsula College

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey Peninsula Community College Dist

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Public Storage

Santa Clara

ONLINE Cyrcon Builders

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Gap Store # 0139

San Francisco

ONLINE Hilbers, Inc.

5/30/2013

12:00 PM

Yosemite Farm Credit Oakdale TI

Oakdale

ONLINE Huff Construction Company, Inc

5/30/2013

10:00 AM

Walgreens # 15666

Alameda

ONLINE Woodland Construction

5/30/2013

4:00 PM

RFQ - Design-Build Downtown Two-Way Street Conversion

Napa

ONLINE Napa, City of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Arboretum Southwest US Garden Irrigation Project

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Transfer Station Drainage Improvement Project - Phase II

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of Public Works

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

BID CANCELLED-Meritage Balcony Replacement Project at Sonoma State University

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Calvin Lab AV - Simons Institute

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

5/30/2013

3:30 PM

Administration Building Exterior Envelope Improvements

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Park Landscape Maintenance, Park Janitorial/Site Cleaning Service & Play Equipment Inspection with Guaranteed Maximum Price

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/30/2013

2:30 PM

Library Basin Railing

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Walnut Creek, city of

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

Atwater-Merced Expressway/State Route 99 Interchange

Merced

ONLINE Merced, County of

5/30/2013

2:30 PM

Fuel Facility & Pump Station Improvements at San Carlos Airport

San Carlos

ONLINE San Mateo, County Of

5/30/2013

2:00 AM

Sanitary Sewer System Repair

Alameda

ONLINE D-Square Construction

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Zone 7-DVWTP Centrifuge Facility Installation

Livermore

ONLINE Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation Dist

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

University Park North-Garden Apartment Building 14 Asbestos Abatement

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Wastewater Rehabilitation & Replacement

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

5/30/2013

1:00 PM

Annual Fire Alarm Testing & Inspection of the EST3 Fire Alarm Carmichael System

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

M Street & Yosemite Avenue Improvements

Merced

ONLINE Merced, City Of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Roosevelt Middle School Upper Roof & Mechanical Unit Replacement Project

Oakland*

R101/00 3C

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

Sonoma County Jr College District Prequalification

Sonoma Co.

118B

Sonoma County Junior College District

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

Transit Center Park & Ride Upgrades

Santa Clara

132B, 077C

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

City of Dublin Public Safety Complex

Dublin

D005/T0 Dublin, city of

Online

California State University East Bay

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/31/2013

5:00 PM

North-South Bike Route Improvement - Middlefield Road, Winslow Street, Broadway, Argueello Road, D Street and Stafford Way

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

5/31/2013

11:00 AM

Art Classroom Remodel Northgate High School

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Mt Diablo Unified School District

5/31/2013

3:00 PM

On-Call Maintenance

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Public Library Authority

5/31/2013

5:00 PM

Fire Alarm System Upgrade & Repair Basewide Security Lighting & Wiring System at USCG Station

Mckinleyville

ONLINE D-Square Construction

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

DD's Discount # 5239

Ceres

ONLINE Moorefield Construction

5/31/2013

4:00 PM

Install Barber Shop Make Up Air System-USCG

Petaluma

ONLINE D-Square Construction

5/31/2013

5:00 PM

Lynbrook Park Irrigation Well

Bay Point

ONLINE Luhdorff & Scalmanini

5/31/2013

1:30 PM

Bay Trail Gap Closure - Ferry Pt/Shipyard 3 Trail

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

6/3/2013

2:00 PM

RFQ & PROPOSAL - MacArthur Transit Village Plaza Improvements

Oakland

D008

6/3/2013

2:00 PM

RFQ-Window Blinds

Alameda Co.

ONLINE Alameda, County of

6/3/2013

4:00 PM

Carpet Replacement @ CHP Hayward Area Office

Hayward

Online

6/3/2013

2:00 PM

Lakeshore Park Seawall Replacement

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

6/3/2013

2:00 PM

Soccer Field Improvements at Maple Elementary School

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento City Unified School District

6/3/2013

12:00 PM

Street Resurfacing 2014 Street Cape and Slurry Seal

Milpitas

S510/06 Milpitas, city of 4C

6/4/2013

2:30 PM

Airport Southside Fencing

Livermore

147B, 105C

Livermore, city of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Pavement Rehabilitation Measure B FY14 - Coventry Ln, Danforth Ln, Grasmere Pl, Harvest Ct, Linfield Ln, Oakes Dr, Peterman Ave, Seabreeze Ct, Thornwall Ln, and Victory Ln

Hayward

154B, 087C

Hayward, city of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Influent Pump Station Expansion Project

Napa

B124

Napa Sanitation District

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Lease/Lease Back - San Clemente Elementary School

Corte Madera

D010, T05C

6/4/2013

1:30 PM

Thermal Solar Heating System Maintenance Project

Ukiah

ONLINE Ukiah, City Of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Herndon Avenue Sunchronization Project

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Repair Furnace #2 Refractory

Martinez

Online

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Laguna Treatment Plant On-Call Repair and Installation Phase 3 Santa Rosa

Online

Santa Rosa, City of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Elkhorn Blvd Slurry Seal

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

6/4/2013

2:30 PM

Garage Stairwells

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Walnut Creek, city of

6/4/2013

11:00 AM

BGI at UC Davis Joint Genomic Center BP-06 Telecommunications Cabling

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC Health System

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Bush Street and South E Street Sewer, Water and Storm Drain Santa Rosa Improvements

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

CIPP Lining of Sanitary Sewers

Martinez

ONLINE Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Measure A Group 5 Contract 2-Pavement Rehabilitation

Novato

ONLINE Novato, City Of

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Napa Junction Detention Basin Landscaping, Phase 1

American Canyon

ONLINE American Canyon, City

Department of California Highway Patrol

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/4/2013

12:00 PM

23rd Ave/29th Ave Rail Crossing Improvements

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

6/4/2013

2:30 PM

Santa Rosa Utilities On-Call Sewer & Water Repair & InstallationSanta Rosa

6/4/2013

3:00 PM

Annual Overlay/Rehabilitation 2012-13

San Leandro

ONLINE San Leandro, city of

6/5/2013

11:00 AM

Sewer Main Rehabilitation 2013

Santa Venetia

070B, 075C

6/5/2013

1:00 PM

North Levee Setback - Cache Creek

Sacramento

138B/08 State of California 9C

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Library Courtyard Concrete Repair Project

San Carlos

162B

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Science Classrooms Conversion:Harbor High School, Santa Cruz High School & Soquel High School

Santa Cruz & Soquel D009

Santa Cruz City Schools

6/5/2013

4:00 PM

RFQ - Fire Alarm system Replacement Phase III for C10, Electrical Contractors

Los Altos

N/A

Foothill-De Anza Community College District

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Mercy/Calderon Intersection Traffic Calming Improvements

Mountain View

ONLINE Mountain View, city of

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Lobby & Skylight Repairs at the City Administration Building

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District

6/5/2013

11:30 AM

2013 Street and Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Mill Valley

Online

6/5/2013

2:30 PM

Various Locations Pavement Preservation FY 2013-2014

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

Mill Valley, City of

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Laney College Tower Distribution Panel Replacement

Oakland

ONLINE Peralta Community College District

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Gilroy Prep School Portables Placement

Gilroy

ONLINE Gilroy Unified School District

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Rancho Seco PV Decommissioning

Herald

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Monte Garden/San Vincente Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

Concord

ONLINE Concord, City of

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Classroom & Music Building Site Utilities - Phase 4 & 6 for Lawson Middle School

Cupertino

ONLINE Kitchell CEM

6/5/2013

10:00 AM

2013 Street Resurfacing - Phase II

Pleasant Hill

ONLINE Pleasant Hill, City of

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

PUC Replace MSF & Restacking CPUC Building

San Francisco

ONLINE Department of General Services

6/5/2013

3:00 PM

Sanitary Sewer Air Release Valve Replacement

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Mission Hill Middle School Classroom Conversion

Santa Cruz

R095

Santa Cruz City Schools

6/6/2013

11:00 AM

Canal Lining Repair

Palmdale

146B, 091C

California Natural Resources Agency

6/6/2013

2:30 PM

2013 Road Rehabilitation Project Western Region

Marin County

148B, 107C

Marin, county of

6/6/2013

1:00 PM

Benjamin Holt Drive & Inglewood Avenue Traffic Signal & Safety Lighting

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Heritage Baptist Church-Fellowship Hall

San Leandro

ONLINE Wells Construction Inc.

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

407 43rd Street Sacramento

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, County of

6/6/2013

10:30 AM

Blue Greenway Signage

Port of San Francisco ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

6/6/2013

3:00 PM

Japantown Sewer Infrastructure Project Phase II

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Water Storage Tank No. 2 Interior Recoating

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Rohnert Park, city of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Marmith Avenue Demolition

Sacramento

ONLINE

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/6/2013

11:00 AM

Recoat Comm. Dev. Bldg Rooftop Parking Decks

Bakersfield

ONLINE Bakersfield, City of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Benjamin Holt Drive & Cumberland Place Traffic Signal & Safety Lighting

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

6/6/2013

3:00 PM

Pool Storage Rooms Repairs at Foothill College

Los Altos Hills

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

6/6/2013

2:30 PM

Brommer Yard Roof Replacement - Phase I

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

6/6/2013

3:00 PM

West Street Sewer Replacemnent

Redding

ONLINE Redding, City Of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

B Street Flatwork

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Early Intake Switchyard Refurbishment, Phase 1

Moccasin*

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

2011 Storm Damage Repairs on Tomki Road, Cr 237D

Ukiah

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Boarding Area 'A' 400 Hertz System Infrastructure Improvements

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Women's Faculty Club Fire Alarm System Replacement

Berkeley

Online

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Concrete Apron Around the Port of West Sacramento Fire Training Tower

West Sacramento

ONLINE West Sacramento, City of

6/6/2013

10:00 AM

Exterior Painting, Diablo Homes & Mokelumne Manor

Tracy/Thorton

ONLINE San Joaquin Housing Authority

6/7/2013

3:00 PM

RFQ-Carriers A/C Maintenance & Repair

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/7/2013

2:00 PM

SJGH Health Center East Flooring Project

French Camp

Online

6/7/2013

3:00 PM

Alameda Station - Pad B

Alameda

ONLINE Huff Construction Company, Inc

6/10/2013

2:00 PM

Rehabilitation of Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Phase 2

Marin County

008C

Marin, county of

6/10/2013

2:00 PM

Juvenile Justice Center Roof Repairs

French Camp

Online

San Joaquin, County of

6/10/2013

3:00 PM

Yates Lift Station Upgrades

El Dorado

ONLINE El Dorado Irrigation District

6/10/2013

12:00 PM

Ames MATOC Seed Project: Restoration of Electrical Moffett Field Distribution System-High Voltage- Work Package 1 (REDS HV WP1)

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Traction Power Sub Station Replacement, Phase 2

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

6/11/2013

Berkeley, UC

San Joaquin, County of

Online

Herman Construction

San Jose

139B, 049C

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

Utility Pothole Zone 3A, Line D-1 & Zone 6, Line E & Line L

Hayward & Fremont

156B088 Alameda, County of C

2:00 PM

Storm Drain Safety Projects

Burlingame

168B

6/11/2013

10:00 AM

Menlo Park Upgrade Entry

Menlo Park

ONLINE Herman Construction

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Influent Pump Station & Pump Station W Improvements - REBIDDiscovery Bay

6/11/2013

2:30 PM

Alpine Road at I-280 Resurfacing & Bicycle Improvements

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

CANCELLED Meadow Lane Effluent Storage Facilities Pond C Santa Rosa Repair

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Castroville Pump Station Influent Manhole Replacement Project Castroville

ONLINE Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control

6/11/2013

2:30 PM

Coyote Point Recreation Area Promenade Western Shoreline Improvement

San Mateo County

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Gilman Hall Dormer Deck & Tile Roof Remediation

Berkeley

Online

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Contra Costa Centre Infrastructure Improvements

Pleasant Hill

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

San Mateo

ONLINE Discovery Bay, Town of ONLINE San Mateo, County of

Berkeley, UC

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/11/2013

10:00 AM

2013-14 Street Resurfacing

Daly City

ONLINE Daly City, City Of

6/11/2013

11:00 AM

Emerald Lift Station Rehabilitation

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

2012 Asphalt Concrete Overlay on Various County Maintained Road

Ukiah

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Dunnell Nature Park & Education Center Parts 1 & 2

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Street Microsurfacing Program

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

6/11/2013

3:00 PM

Water Service Transfers in the Vicinity of Gettysburg Ave. and Wishon Ave

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Muirwood Drive & Teresa Street Water Main Improvements

Daly City

ONLINE Daly City, City Of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Traction Power Substation Replacement ACO/KOW Installation Oakland

6/12/2013

2:00 PM

120 North Redwood Boulevard Wood Retaining Wall Repair

San Rafael

063C,16 Marin, county of 9B

6/12/2013

2:00 PM

North Channel Crossing Replacement

Sycamore Island

155B, 066C

California Natural Resources Agency

6/12/2013

2:00 PM

Recoat Outlet Works Piping

Los Banos

161B, 093C

California Natural Resources Agency

6/12/2013

2:00 PM

2012 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project Miscellaneous Areas East Palo Alto

164B, 095C

East Palo Alto Sanitary District

6/12/2013

2:30 PM

Pavement Renovation, Sewer Replacement & Water Main Installation- Silver Avenue

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/12/2013

3:00 PM

Traffic Signal Modifications - California Street at Ortega Avenue Mountain View & Middlefield Road at Whisman Road

ONLINE Mountain View, city of

6/12/2013

4:00 PM

RFQ-Fleet Maintenance Facility-Architectural & Engineering Design Services

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

6/12/2013

3:00 PM

Cathodic Protection System Testing & Maintenance

San Jpse

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/12/2013

2:00 PM

Traffic Signal Modification at Eleventh St & East St

Tracy

ONLINE Tracy, City of

6/12/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Street Seal Coat Project

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

6/12/2013

1:30 PM

Camanche Dike 2 Relief Well Drainage and Camanche & Pardee GPS Survey Improvements

Clements*

S507, 001C

East Bay Municipal Utility District

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

Baywood Phase II Streetlight Conduit Upgrade

San Mateo

163B, 094C

San Mateo, City of

6/13/2013

10:00 AM

MacArthur Transit Village-Parcel D

Oakland

ONLINE James E. RobertsObayashi Corp.

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

Karl Nordvik Community Park Synthetic Turf Conversion

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

The Rehabilitation of Sanitary Sewers Bounded by Golf Links Road, Encina Way and Calandria Avenue

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

6/13/2013

4:00 PM

Combined Heat & Power System

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

Security Fencing Replacement 2013 - Chain Link Fencing

San Mateo County

ONLINE San Mateo-Foster City School District

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

Taylor Road Bikepath

Turlock

ONLINE Turlock, City of

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

20 East Alisal Street 2nd Floor Tenant Improvements

Salinas

ONLINE Monterey, County of

6/13/2013

3:00 PM

Castle Airport Taxiway B-1 Constuction

North of Atwater

ONLINE Merced, County of

6/13/2013

2:00 PM

Sewer Trunk Line Rehabilitation - 2013

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

S506, 007C

San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/14/2013

2:00 PM

RFQ - Led Streetlight Conversion

Napa

ONLINE Napa, City of

6/14/2013

3:00 PM

Chain Link Fences Installation & Repairs

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/17/2013

2:00 PM

Walmart Supercenter # 5231-02

Galt

ONLINE Shames Construction

6/17/2013

3:00 PM

Traffic Pole Painting Services

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/17/2013

3:00 PM

RFQ-Interior/Exterior Plant Maintenance

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/17/2013

11:00 AM

Rodeo Creek Bridge Force Main Realignment

San Pablo

ONLINE Carollo Engineers

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

School Road (C3L070) Sidewalk & Realignment Project (Phase Humboldt Co 2) Between Washington Ave & Hwy 101 (PM 0.29 to PM 0.68)

165B

Humboldt, County of

6/18/2013

10:00 AM

Canal Lining Replacement at Milepost 23.03 & Galindo Creek Bridge Rehabilitation

Concord

172B, 085C

Contra Costa Water District

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Centex Sewer Lift Station

Hayward

ONLINE Hayward, city of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Campolindo High School Multi-Purpose/Music Bldg. Modernization RE-BID

Moraga

ONLINE Acalanes Union High School District

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Water Pollution Control Facility – Cogeneration Upgrade Project Hayward

ONLINE Hayward, city of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Pavement Reconstruction FY14 - Alberta Ct, Alonda Ct, Carson Hayward Dr, Chambosse Dr, Corkwood St, Cottonwood Ave, Forselles Way, Lovelock Way, Mitchell Pl, Montjoy Ct, O'Neil Ave, Stafford Ave, Teakwood St, and Yosemite Way

ONLINE Hayward, city of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Countrywide Slurry Seal

Various

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Ripon Fire Station No. 3

Ripon

ONLINE Huff Construction Company, Inc

6/18/2013

3:00 PM

Evergreen Valley College Electrical Upgrade

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose/Evergreen Community College District

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Angel Island State Park Immigration Station Hospital Rehabilition Phase 2 - Infrastructure Rehabilitation

Marin County

ONLINE Natural Resources Agency

6/18/2013

3:00 PM

C.U.S.D. Metropolitan Area Network Phase III

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

On-Call Fencing Service Contracts for Various Road, Flood Control, & Maintenance Work

Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

On-Call Fencing Services Contract for Various Road, Flood Control, And Facilities Maintenace Work

Martinez

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/18/2013

11:00 AM

Roselle & Merle Intersection Project

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

6/18/2013

2:00 PM

Marina Boat Launch Facility Restroom RE-BID

Antioch

ONLINE Antioch, City of

6/19/2013

10:00 AM

Center Standard Furniture Package

Pleasant Hill

110c

Pleasant Hill Recreastion & Park Distirct

6/19/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Sidewalk Repair Project

San Mateo

167B, 111C

San Mateo, City of

6/19/2013

10:00 AM

Pleasant Hill Community Center Standard Funiture Package

Pleasant Hill

ONLINE Pleasant Hill Recreastion & Park Distirct

6/19/2013

2:30 PM

Minnie & Lovie Ward Athletic Field Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/19/2013

3:00 PM

RFQ-Striping Services for City-Owned Parking Garages & Lots San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/19/2013

4:30 PM

3801 Gatesville Avenue

ONLINE Modesto, City of

Modesto

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/19/2013

3:00 PM

Bridge Maintenance and Repair 2011

San Leandro

ONLINE San Leandro, city of

6/19/2013

2:30 PM

Rossi Playground Restroom Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/20/2013

2:00 PM

City of Hercules Intermodel Transit Center San Francisco Bay Trail

Hercules

005C

Hercules, city of

6/20/2013

2:30 PM

Muir Woods Road MP 0.49 Slide Repair

San Rafael

064B, 025C

Marin, county of

6/20/2013

10:00 AM

Randall-Bold Water Treatment Plant Solids Lagoon Nos. 6 and Oakley 7 Project

072C, S515

Contra Costa Water District

6/20/2013

2:00 PM

Chaboya Division Paving Rehabilitation

San Jose

114B, 081C

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

6/20/2013

2:00 PM

Siebecker Recreation Building Roof Replacement

South San Francsico ONLINE South San Francisco

6/20/2013

3:30 PM

Deer Park Road Safety Enhancement

Napa County

ONLINE Napa, County of

6/20/2013

2:00 PM

TG07.1R Structural Steel Superstructure Package

San Francisco

ONLINE Webcor/Obayashi Joint Venture

6/20/2013

3:00 PM

South Tennis Court Resurfacing Project

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

6/20/2013

3:30 PM

North Kelly Road Safety Enhancement

Napa County

ONLINE Napa, County of

6/20/2013

4:00 PM

Campus Master Plan

Madera County

ONLINE Madera, City of

6/24/2013

3:00 PM

La Pasada Interceptor Drain Improvements

Marin County

071B, 079C

6/25/2013

2:00 PM

Sonoma Creek Senior Housing (SCSH) Reroofing, Exterior Repainting & Repair Project

Sonoma

ONLINE STRATap

6/25/2013

10:00 AM

Heights Elementary School

Pittsburg

ONLINE Aedis Architecture & Planning

6/25/2013

2:00 PM

Primary Clarifier Coating Replacement 2013

Vallejo

ONLINE. Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District

6/28/2013

2:00 PM

Waste Water Treatment Plant Expansion

Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

7/3/2013

5:00 PM

Elk Grove Rapid Response Pilot Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

7/11/2013

2:00 PM

C-617 New College Center

San Pablo

ONLINE Contra Costa Community College District

7/15/2013

1:30 PM

Property Restoration and Complettion Contract Santa ClaraAlum Rock Bus Rapid Transit Project

San Jose

158B, 080C

7/15/2013

2:00 PM

RFQ & PROPOSAL - MacArthur Transit Village Plaza Improvements

Oakland

D008

7/18/2013

2:00 PM

RFQ-Elevator Maintenance & Repair

Alameda Co.

7/22/2013

2:00 PM

Rail Rehabilitation - Signal & Track Improvements

San Jose

Marin, county of

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

Alameda, County of 153B, 073C

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

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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

Roto-Rooter of Marin Weekend-Holiday Dispatcher Wanted Family owned Novato based plumbing company seeking weekend and holiday dispatcher. Hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Duties include: answer calls from customers and service technicians, provide great customer service, dispatch jobs to our technicians, coordinate operations necessary to assure safe, on-time service and customer satisfaction, maintain a master list of jobs, maintain paperwork in a neat and orderly fashion. Qualifications include: High School diploma or GED, previous dispatch experience required, excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, knowledge of surrounding area (Marin County) and routing, multi-tasking and priority management skills, ability to balance conflicting demands related to customer care and job routing. Pay based on experience. To inquire about the position call (415) 898-2700 or fax your resume to (415) 898-6074

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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

Your Advertisement Here Don’t miss out on marketing your business online and in our weekly bulletin. Call 415.462.1220 for more information.

Advertise with MBA

Sales Assistant – Doors and Windows High volume retail lumber distributor seeks skilled individual for a sales assistant position, including various administrative and customer related responsibilities. This full-time position is located in San Rafael. Responsibilities/Job Description:

• Convert raw door and window data into quotes and invoices. • Manage all paperwork that flows through the door and window department.

• Back up for other administrative positions. • Various administrative projects as needed. Minimum Qualifications:

CAL-WEST RENTALS Mechanic / Technician Cal-West Rentals is in search of a technician to work within our service department at our yard in Petaluma. They will be responsible for repairing and maintaining all types of equipment including small engines, heavy construction equipment, and delivery trucks. The work is mostly in the shop, but also includes field service calls and deliveries of equipment. It is a full-time position, M-F, with full benefits. This person will be reporting to our service manager. Must possess knowledge and experience in the mechanical and construction field. Please apply to tyler@calwestrentals.com or call 707.763.5665.

• • • •

Typing skills minimum: 60WPM 10 key by touch Two years administrative experience Computer experience including Microsoft Office Products.

What makes our Company a great place to work:

• • • •

Team atmosphere Casual work setting Dedicated long term employees Established business environment

Compensation commensurate with experience. The Company offers a very generous benefits package including vacation, medical and dental benefits, long term disability and a matched 401(k) plan. Please send resume with salary history and requirements to: jobs@goldenstatelumber.com or fax to 707.789.9503.

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CALLING ALL HISTORICAL

COMPANY PHOTOS & EPHEMERA! ~

SHARE YOUR PIECE OF HISTORY! ~

To celebrate our members and construction in Marin, we are preparing a display at the MBA of “days gone by”. We encourage all members to participate and would appreciate company ephemera and copies of photos that show your company and exemplify the rich history of building in Marin. Please send digital copies to our membership manager, Barbara Jones, at barbara@marinba.org. If you have originals you would like to share you can mail them or let us know where to pick them up!

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Marin Builders Association circa 1962 Publication rules for submission of articles to the MBA Weekly Bulletin Members corner Limited to 600 words and edited for length, grammar, spelling, clarity, style, libel and civility. We do not publish form letters, petitions or consumer complaints. Please include writers name, address and phone number. All submissions become the property of Marin Builders Association and cannot be returned. note: We would like a photo (jpeg) head shot and can offer ¼ page ad space to *fill out page for ½ the price. *Ad space only available to fill out page if necessary. Page 34 34 Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 43


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