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June 17, 2014 Vol. 58, Issue #24

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR

2014 MBA SCHOLARSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS! Carly Baxter Novato High School $1,000 Elizabeth Carrade Terra Linda High School $1,000 Colby D’Onofrio Tamiscal High School $1,000 Nathalie Garcia Marin Academy $1,000 “Dutra Group Award” Patricia Barr San Marin High School $1,000 Danielle O’Reilly Novato High School $1,000 Margaret Pearce Casa Grande High School $1,000

“The Family of Klif Knoles Award” Katherine Rivas Redwood High School $1,000 Nicole Whiteside Marin Catholic High School $1,000

Michelle Bollinger San Marin High School $2,000

Mitchell Young Sir Francis Drake High School $1,000

“Mario Ghilotti Family Foundation Award” Marco Ricci St. Vincent dePaul High School $2,000 Amanda Albini Novato High School $2,500

“P.G. & E. Award” Vincent Cerruti San Marin High School $1,500 Kyle Chase Casa Grande High School $1,500

“Bank of Marin Award” Halle Russell Sir Francis Drake High School $2,500 Parker Trahan Marin Catholic High School $5,000

Casey Lippi Marin Catholic High School $1,500

Peter Arrigoni “School to Career Award” Austin Peck Tamalpais High School $1,000

Danny Moretti Tomales High School $1,500

A BIG Thank You to this year’s Sponsors: Bank of Marin, Dutra Group, Ghilotti Bros., Inc., PG&E


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PROJECT OF THE WEEK IN THIS ISSUE

Notice inviting bids for

STREET RESURFACING CURB RAMPS 2013-2014 CITY PROJECT NO. 11219 Due Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 @ 2:30 PM City Clerk, 1400 Fifth Avenue, City Hall, Room 209, San Rafael, California 94901

________________________ VOL.58 ISSUE#24 CONGRATULATIONS!

2014

MBA

Scholarship Awards Recipients

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Save The Dates: 2014 MBA Events .........2 Project of the Week MBA

In

Welcome

Action

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Member

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REGISTER & SPONSOR! MBA GOLF TOURNAMENT 2014

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in the attached specifications and plans and the provision of this document for

The Capitol Connection

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excavation, removal of existing concrete sidewalk, driveway, curb, gutter and

5 Things You Need to Know ............12

Project Description: This project consists of all the associated work described

catch basin and construction of new sidewalk, driveway, curb, gutter, valley gutter, curb ramps, storm drain improvements and roadway striping all located in the City of San Rafael, California.

Phil Vermeulen -Legislative Update .....13 SAFETY: Driving & Cell Phones .....21 Permits

Each bid shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications adopted by the City of San Rafael City Council on May 5, 2014.

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Tax Liens & Completions ..................27 Project Bid Schedule

Bidders who have questions regarding the project should contact City of San Rafael Department of Public Works.

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

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Classifieds ..........................................43 _______________________

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

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MBA IN ACTION MBA In Action! We recently participated at the Marin Home & Garden Expo sponsored by the Marin Builders Association. The expo was produced by World Class Shows and the event was very well received. Our MBA booth was well attended and guests were given our MBA bags and copies of Marin Home Magazine. It was a great way to introduce the general public to our Association and our benefits and services. There will be another Expo the weekend of September 6th and 7th. If you are interested please call. We’re here to help!

415-462-1220 or email barbara@marinba.org

NEW MEMBER WELCOME

MARIN CLEAN ENERGY 781 LINCOLN AVENUE, SUITE 320 SAN RAFAEL, CA 94901 MEAGHAN DORAN (415) 464-6039 mdoran@mcecleanenergy.org MISCELLANEOUS

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2013-2014 MBA DIRECTORS & OFFICERS President jim Schalich - Schalich Bros. Construction Vice President Tyler Doherty - Cal-West Rentals, Inc. Chief Financial Officer Tom Barr - Ghilotti Bros., Inc. MBA MEMBER

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

Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Aimi Dutra - The Dutra Group Clayton Fraser - West Bay Builders Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Jeff Grady - California Mortgage Advisors Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Dan McLennon - McLennon Law Corporation Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Dave Trahan - Patriot Mechanical Michelle Whiteside - Whiteside Construction STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception CONSULTANTS Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst Terrence Knoles - Publications 415.472.3434

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Registration MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 at Marin Country Club, Novato Check in at 11:00 AM Shotgun Start at 1:00 PM Dinner & Awards at 6:00 PM

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HELP SUPPORT MARIN KIDS!

$860 per team (4 players) or $215 per individual. Player entry fee includes green fees, lunch, golf cart, refreshments, and dinner. (Register online at marinba.org)

SAVE! Early Bird Special Register on or before August 1, 2014 and save $20 per player

Additional dinner guests welcome at $40 per person. Registrations are due by September 15th ☐ Check if individual player $215 player

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Address: Phone: Team Name: Amount Enclosed: Please send your check and registration form to: Marin Builders Association 660 Las Gallinas Ave. San Rafael, CA 94903 Attn: Paula Krause

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Sponsorship Levels

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 at Marin Country Club, Novato Check in at 11:00 AM Shotgun Start at 1:00 PM Dinner & Awards at 6:00 PM

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Presenting Sponsor $5,000 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Presenting Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | Two complimentary foursomes with VIP treatment and up to eight catered dinner tickets Tee Sign | Reserved table | Full page ad in MBA weekly bulletin | Four complimentary tickets to participate in Putting Contest

Dinner Sponsor $2,500 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Dinner Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | One complimentary foursome with VIP treatment and four catered dinner tickets | Tee Sign Reserved table | Half page ad in MBA weekly bulletin | Two complimentary tickets to participate in Putting Contest

Luncheon Sponsor $1,500 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Luncheon Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | One complimentary foursome with VIP treatment and four catered luncheon tickets Tee Sign | Quarter page ad in MBA weekly bulletin | Two complimentary tickets to participate in Putting Contest

Gold Sponsor $1,250 (ONLY 4 LEFT) Name/logo listed as Gold Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | One complimentary foursome with VIP treatment | Two extra catered dinner tickets | Tee Sign Quarter page ad in MBA weekly bulletin | Two complimentary tickets to participate in Putting Contest

Golf Cart Sponsor $1,000 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Golf Cart Sponsor on golf carts, tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | One complimentary twosome | Tee Sign | Two complimentary tickets to participate in Putting Contest

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Sponsorship Levels

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 at Marin Country Club, Novato Check in at 11:00 AM Shotgun Start at 1:00 PM Dinner & Awards at 6:00 PM

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Silver Sponsor $750 (ONLY 3 LEFT) Name/logo listed as Silver Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | One complimentary twosome | Tee Sign | One complimentary ticket to participate in Putting Contest

Wine Sponsor $750 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Wine Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | Two complimentary catered luncheon tickets | Tee Sign | One complimentary ticket to participate in Putting Contest

Happy Hour Sponsor $750 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Happy Hour Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | Two complimentary catered luncheon tickets | Tee Sign | One complimentary ticket to participate in Putting Contest

Putting Contest Sponsor $500 (1 available) Name/logo listed as Putting Contest Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad | Tee Sign | One complimentary ticket to participate in Putting Contest

Tee Sign Sponsor $150 (22 available) Name/logo associated with Tee Sign sponsor signage, placed EITHER at tee or green | Name/logo listed as Tee Sign Sponsor on tournament signage, printed ads, website, facebook, event program and thank you ad

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Sponsorship MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 at Marin Country Club, Novato Check in at 11:00 AM Shotgun Start at 1:00 PM Dinner & Awards at 6:00 PM

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Section 1: Registration / Sponsor Contact Information Company: Contact Person: Address: City: State: Postal Code: Phone:

Email:

Section 2: Sponsorship Opportunities ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Presenting Sponsor (1) $5,000 Dinner Sponsor (1) $2,500 Luncheon Sponsor (1) $1,500 Gold Sponsor (4) $1,250

☐ Golf Cart Sponsor (1) $1,000 ☐ Silver Sponsor (3) $750 ☐ Wine Sponsor (1) $750

☐ Happy Hour Sponsor (1) $750 ☐ Putting Contest Sponsor (1) $500 ☐ Tee Sign Sponsor (22) $150

Please e-mail logo to publications@marinba.org with sponsor logo in subject line.

Section 3: Golf Registration

Team Name: Golfer 1: Golfer 2:

Golfer 3: Golfer 4:

Section 2: Payment Details ☐ CREDIT CARD Card Holders Name: Credit Card Type:

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☐☐☐☐-☐☐☐☐-☐☐☐☐-☐☐☐☐ Expiration Date: ☐☐-☐☐ V-Code (3 to 4 digits on the back of the card): ☐☐☐☐

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ReadyMarin.org Training and education to keep you and your family safe, warm, and fed in the event of a disaster

In the event of an emergency, our first responders will be overwhelmed. It is critical for citizens to be prepared to take care of themselves, their neighbors, and their community for at least 3 days, and preferably 5-7. ReadyMarin.org is Marin County’s website for information on emergency preparedness, whether you are just learning or an experienced emergency volunteer. Our mission is to provide guidance, training and resources to keep you and your family safe during an emergency, whether it requires you to evacuate or shelter in place. You will find information and links to resources, checklists, and training opportunities. Let’s get prepared. Plan & Prepare Learn what supplies you should store at home, work, and in your car to take care of yourself and your family for 5-7 days. Download our checklists and get started. ReadyPets Your pets depend on you to be prepared to help them in an emergency. Whether you are staying in your home or leaving, a little planning will go a long way. ReadyKids Tips for preparing you and your children in a disaster. Kits, games, contact information cards. We have the resources you need. Get Ready Training Get Ready is a county-sponsored 2-hour training, facilitated by our local Fire Departments and community volunteers, that will provide you with an overview of how to prepare your family and home. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) For those of you who wish to step beyond preparing your home and reach out to help your community in an emergency, train to be a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member. Resources We have listed great resources and links to help you prepare to whatever level you wish.

This project is supported by US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) FY2011 Homeland Security Grant #97-067 awarded by the State of California Office of Homeland Security (Cal OES). The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of DHS.

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

A ‘suspense’ thriller has a happy ending for

the General Engineering classification”. Does

this Limited Liability Company (LLC) that

that mean we have to re-apply and start over?

begins our contractor Q&A. We save time

CSLB Registrar Sands to Retire Steve Sands, who’s been at the helm of the

and money for a ‘General’ whose plan was

A: No, it does mean that you need to re-apply

Contractor’s Board (CSLB) since 2001

defeated by a single word. Our final Q&A

and start over. It just means that you need

has announced his plan to retire at the end

helps plot the route for another LLC seeking

to make a correction to your business name.

of the year and the process of selecting the

a ‘foreign’ designation for their company…

Unless you put a descriptive term that relates

next Registrar of Contractors is underway in

to your specific trade, only General Building

Sacramento. Under Mr. Sands’ leadership,

Q: Our LLC license is currently suspended.

licensees may use the word “Construction” by

CSLB has been recognized as a leader

The CSLB’s website states that the suspension

itself. For example, you could change your

in proactive enforcement programs and

is due to the General Liability insurance being

name to ‘X & Y’ Engineering Construction, as

partnerships with state and local agencies that

expired. We recently submitted a new insurance

one option.

help curb the underground economy. CSLB’s

certificate to update both the Worker’s Comp

Licensing, Examination, Enforcement, and

insurance and the Liability coverage. Can

Public Affairs programs have been used as

you tell why they updated the workers comp

Q: Your company frequently files documents

models for the National Association of State

insurance and not the liability?

for us at the CA Secretary of State. We have

Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)

a domestic CA corporation that we want to

and other agencies within the Department of

A: I spoke with someone at the CSLB and it

convert to a foreign LLC, both entities are

Consumer Affairs. We wish him the best!

appears they just missed the Liability portion of

currently registered with the Secretary of State.

.

the Certificate. As you are probably aware, the

Do you know what the process is to accomplish

CSLB only requires proof of liability insurance

this? We appreciate your service and know you

For those who may want to mail us a question,

for LLC’s and not other types of entities, so it

can likely help us now.

please note our new Suite number when you

is sometimes missed. Your license has been updated and is now current and active.

write. A: Thanks. A California corporation cannot convert or merge in to a foreign LLC directly. So the process would entail converting the

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

Q: We recently applied for a license for

California corporation in to a California LLC,

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

our partnership, which is called ‘X & Y’

and then at that point you can convert that

Construction. The initials stand for our names

“new” LLC in to the foreign LLC. We can of

(which have been changed to protect the

course file these documents for you so contact

innocent!). We saw on the CSLB’s pending

us if you’d like assistance.

866-443-0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 500, Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns at www.cutredtape.com.

application website that the application was rejected because “name is not compatible with

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

5 things you need to know SEARS POINT WETLANDS RESTORATION BEGINS 1 www.marinij.com/novato/ci_25925180/sears-point-wetlands.

restoration-project-begins

“We do not need magic to change the world, we

JUNE ELECTION ANALYSIS – DOES “NO PARTY 2 AFFILIATION” WORK? www.watchsonomacounty.com/2014/06/featured-articles/lack-of-party.

affiliation-a-popular-idea-except-in-californias-election-results/

carry all the power we need inside ourselves already:

FEDERAL HIGHWAY FUNDS AT RISK 3 www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/92856/federal-highway-fundsin-jeopardy-again/ .

we have the power to imagine better” ― JK Rowling

HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER ERIC CANTOR IS DEFEATED 4 www.politico.com/story/2014/06/2014-virginia-primary-eric-cantor-fivetakeaways-107694.html?hp=f2 .

REGULATORY IMPROVEMENTS REPORT COMPLETED – 5 PUBLIC WORKSHOP JULY 8TH www.marincounty.org/depts/cd/regulatory-improvements-advisory.

committee

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BUDGET DEAL NEAR by Phil Vermeulen, MBA Legislative Advocate

Also In This Update

optimistic to be in their revenue estimates.

CSLB Approves New Asbestos License

Lawmakers wanted to use estimates by the

What Happened to the Bills Set For

analyst’s office, which showed $2.5 billion

Supportive Services program will be

Hearing this Week?

more in general fund revenue and $700 million

provided with still-to-be-crafted rules

Bills Set For Next Week – MBA’s AB

more in local property-tax revenue through

meant to prevent excessive overtime. It is

2355 Set to Be heard

June 2015 than the governor’s revised plan. The

projected to cost $180 million in 2014-15

Career Technical Education in Death

governor insisted on using his revenue figures.

and $350 million in future years.

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almost certain to be challenged in court. •

Overtime for workers in the In-Home

Spiral • •

Top 500 Sales & Use Tax Delinquencies

As a compromise, the agreement will trigger

in California

more spending if revenue comes in above the

CalWORKs grants by 5 percent beginning

IRS Adopts “Taxpayer Bill of Rights;”

administration’s estimates; but, even if these

next April. It also increases foster care

10 Provisions to be Highlighted on IRS.

triggers are never reached there will still be

payments for certain relative caregivers,

gov, in Publication 1

increases to the basic budget over what the

at an estimated cost of $30 million. And

Multi-State Task Force in Statewide

governor had originally proposed. Remember

there would be another $20 million

Underground Economy Sweep

however, the governor will have final say over

for counties to spend to help prevent

the figures (through the use of his blue pencil)

homelessness among CalWORKs

before he signs the final budget.

recipients. But there is no cost-of-living

Budget Deal Near

After several weeks of intense budget

In other welfare items, the plan raises

increase for supplemental security

negotiations, it appears that the final details of

Following are some of the highlights of the

a budget ‘deal’ are being drafted in hopes that

proposed ‘deal.’

a final vote of both houses of the Legislature

Brown and Democratic lawmakers agreed

payments. •

Other parts of the agreement address

will be done by Sunday. Why Sunday? It’s the

to use $250 million in cap-and-trade

growth in MediCal caseloads and costs

constitutional deadline for the Legislature to

revenue – money polluters pay to offset

as a result of the federal health care

send an approved budget to the governor. More

carbon emissions – to fund construction

overhaul. Brown’s revised budget pegged

importantly for the members, starting Monday,

of California’s $68 billion rail project this

the unanticipated cost at $1.2 billion, but

June 16th, the legislature stops receiving their

year, with 25 percent of carbon emission

the final pact will reflect the viewpoint

paychecks if the ‘deal’ isn’t done! Amazing

funds going to the project in future

of the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s

how ‘incentives’ have a way of making things

years. The amount falls short of the 33

Office, which has said the administration

happen!

percent Brown initially wanted, but is

overstates the expense by about $300

more than Senate Democrats proposed.

million.

In the broadest framing of the budget, Brown

Environmentalists and Republicans

and legislative leaders debated for weeks how

immediately criticized the plan, which is

The agreement includes $3 million to

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They can place highly contentious bills (which

unionized farmworkers into compliance

What Happened to the Bills Set For Hearing this Week?

with the Affordable Care Act.

AB 26 (Bonilla D) - Construction: prevailing

heard) with less than the typical 7 day notice if

If there is higher-than-budgeted property

wage and mechanics liens. – Approved,

they so choose.

tax revenue, there would be an extra $50

Moves To Senate Appropriations Committee

million apiece in one-time money for

Current law defines the term “public works”

AB 1522 Gonzalez D - Employment: paid

University of California and California

for purposes of requirements regarding

sick days. – Double Referred – Approved

State University and $100 million for state-

the payment of prevailing wages. This bill

Senate Labor, to Senate Judiciary June 24th

deferred maintenance projects.

would revise the definition of “construction”

Would enact the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy

to also include work performed during the

Families Act of 2014 to provide that an

If general fund revenue beats the

post-construction phases of construction,

employee who on or after July 1, 2015, works

administration’s estimates, the state would

including, but not limited to, all cleanup work

in California for 7 or more days in a calendar

pay down up to $800 million owed to

at the jobsite. The bill would also expand the

year is entitled to paid sick days, to be accrued

local governments for pre-2004 mandated

definition of “public works” for the purposes

at a rate of no less than one hour for every 30

programs and $1 billion owed to schools

of requirements regarding the payment of

hours worked. An employee would be entitled

for deferrals.

prevailing wages, to also include any task

to use accrued sick days beginning on the 90th

relating to the collecting or sorting, or both,

calendar day of employment.

bring the medical plan for thousands of

The Legislature’s budget-writing

of refuse or recyclable metals, such as copper,

committee previously announced

steel, and aluminum, performed at a public

AB 1634 Skinner D Occupational safety and

agreements to add thousands of additional

works jobsite.

health: violations. Approved Senate Labor, to

transitional kindergarten and child-care

these two bills are!) on the calendar (to be

Senate Appropriations June 23rd

slots and to increase reimbursement rates

AB 1331 (Rendon D) - Clean, Safe, and

Would prohibit the stay of an abatement period

for early learning and child-care providers.

Reliable Drinking Water Act of 2014. –

during the pendency of an appeal of a citation

Postponed Due to Budget Talks, but my

for a violation that is classified as a serious

The governor and lawmakers settled a

‘leading’ source who is directly involved is

violation, repeat serious violation, or willful

major component of the budget plan last

telling me that a water bond measure for the

serious violation.

month, agreeing to put a rainy-day fund

November ballot is all but dead. Polling shows

measure on the November ballot.

voters are against spending the money.

AB 1705 Williams D Public contracts:

IF (and that’s a big IF) a water bond package

payment. –Approved Senate Gov Org, now on

is agreed to by the governor and legislature in

3rd Reading on Senate Floor

late June, this will most likely be the vehicle for

Although we were able to obtain 5% retentions

replacing the bond measure on the November

on public works projects there was a provision

ballot (the deadline is June 26th for the measure

that allowed agencies to require if the project

to be approved to be placed on the ballot or

was ‘substantially complex’ to withhold 10%.

to pull the existing bond measure off the

Due to this loophole many agencies are now

ballot – this date can slip by two thirds vote of

calling all projects ‘substantially complex.’

Legislature).

This measure will define ‘substantially

CSLB Approves New Asbestos License The final 15-Day language to create a new C-22 Asbestos License was approved by the CSLB last week. It now must wind its way through several administrative reviews. The board expects the license to become required for asbestos removal work by January 1, 2015. A copy of the final language is attached.

complex.’ The next two bills were not set for hearing last week when I wrote my weekly update. This is

AB 1939 (Daly) D - Public works: prevailing

a ‘classic’ game the Democrat majority plays.

wages: contractor’s costs. Approved Sen

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Judiciary, on 3rd Reading on Senate Floor

and who is otherwise eligible for the license

and enforce a wage lien against all of his

Would authorize a contractor to bring an action

shall not be subject to a delay in processing

employer’s real property for failure to pay any

in a court of competent jurisdiction to recover

the application or a denial of the license solely

wages and other compensation, penalties, and

from a public agency for increased costs due to

on the basis that some or all of the licensure

interest owed to the employee.

a prevailing wage increase et. al.

requirements were completed while the individual was incarcerated.

AB 2637 (Webber) D - Elimination of

MBA’s AB 2355 (Levine) D – Local Requirements for RAP/RAS on Roads –

Deductible on State Insurance Requirement

AB 1939 Daly D - Public works: prevailing

Sponsored by the Marin Builders Association,

Approved Senate Gov Org, to Appropriations

wages: contractor’s costs.

this bill would require local governments to

June 23rd

Would authorize a contractor to bring an action

adopt Cal Trans’ forthcoming specification to

Eliminates a contractor’s twenty five thousand

in a court of competent jurisdiction to recover

use at least 40% reclaimed asphalt pavement

dollar ($25,000) minimum deductible for an

from the hiring party that the contractor

in their hot asphalt roadway mix by January 1,

insurance policy issued under the Department

directly contracts with, any increased costs,

2017 or explain at a public hearing why. Also

of General Services’ (DGS) master builders’

including labor costs, penalties, and legal fees

included in this proposed standard will be a

risk insurance program and instead requires

incurred as a result of any decision by the

mixture of up to 30% by weight of the use of

the insurance policy to require a deductible as

Department of Industrial Relations, the Labor

recycled asphalt shingles.

outlined in the request for bids or proposals.

and Workforce Development Agency, or a court that classifies, after the time at which

SB 315 Lieu D - Contractors’ License Board

Bills Set For Next Week

the hiring party accepts the contractor’s bid,

Changes

AB 1650 Jones-Sawyer D - Public contracts:

awards the contractor a contract when no bid

This bill is to be amended to make several

bidders: employment practices.

is solicited, or otherwise allows construction

changes to contractor’s license law.

Would enact the Fair Chance Employment Act,

to proceed, the work covered by the project, or

Unfortunately, while it is set to be heard on

which would require any person submitting

any portion thereof, as a public work, except

Monday, the amendments are not in print yet. I

a bid for a state contract involving onsite

under the circumstances specified.

have an email into the CSLB to ascertain what

construction-related services to certify

is happening?

that they do not ask an applicant for onsite construction-related employment to disclose

AB 2271 Calderon, Ian D - Employment:

SB 985 Pavley D - Stormwater resource

information concerning his or her conviction

discrimination: status as unemployed.

planning.

history. The bill would not apply to a position

Would make it unlawful, unless based on

Would require a storm water resource plan

for which a person or state agency is otherwise

a bona fide occupational qualification or

to identify and prioritize storm water and

required by state or federal law to conduct a

any other provision of law, for an employer,

dry weather runoff capture projects for

conviction or criminal history background

an employment agency, or a person who

implementation in a prescribed quantitative

check or to a contractors signatory to a

operates an Internet Web site for posting

manner and to prioritize the use of lands or

collective bargaining agreement.

jobs in this state to publish an advertisement

easements in public ownership for storm

or announcement for any job that includes

water and dry weather runoff projects. This

AB 1702 Maienschein R - Professions and

provisions pertaining to an individual’s current

bill would eliminate the requirement that

vocations: incarceration.

employment or employment status.

a storm water resource plan be consistent

This bill would provide that an individual who

with any applicable integrated regional water

has satisfied any of the requirements needed to

AB 2416 Stone D - Liens: laborers and

obtain a license while incarcerated, who applies

employees.

for that license upon release from incarceration,

This bill would allow an employee to record

management plan.

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CTE in California is in a death spiral

California is in a death spiral.

are willing to donate their expertise and tools of the trade to help build genuine pipelines into

By: EdSource Imagine if California schools had reduced

We call upon California policymakers to

student access to science instruction by

recognize the crisis facing not only CTE

eliminating 1,500 courses, resulting in 50,000

programs, but the long-term health and vitality

Most 21st century career pathways will

fewer enrollments in science … all in just a

of our state’s economy. It is time for them to

necessarily wind their way into postsecondary

single year. This would have triggered outrage

lead in rebuilding a productive educational

education and training, including

by the media, the public and our elected

system that values the interests and aspirations

apprenticeships, trade schools, community

lawmakers.

of all students.

colleges and the like. Others may require four-

their various industry sectors.

year or even post-graduate level education and Well, this is what happened to middle and

As a state, we should celebrate and encourage

training. But schooling at all levels should be

high school Career Technical Education (CTE)

all careers and professional contributions to our

more closely tied to the real world beyond the

programs and students over the course of just

diverse economy, and we should respect and

classroom, rather than stripped of its practical

one year, after years of steady decline. These

provide access to a wide variety of educational

relevance.

statistics were reported by the California

experiences for every student. For many in

Department of Education, which compiled

our workforce of today, their pathway to a

Far more high school students drop out due to

enrollment data for the most recent school year

rewarding career began with their experiences

the irrelevance of the theoretical, academic-

available (2012-13); they found that school

in a Career Technical Education program that

centric nature of today’s course offerings

districts reported 1,366 fewer CTE courses,

provided them hands-on, relevant exposure

than because of an inability to perform. And

resulting in an alarming reduction of 50,000

to industry skills and insights. For some, such

even the college-bound pupils lack a genuine

in course enrollments in career technical

training began a journey that eventuated in

understanding and application of their studies,

education.

a college degree, while others had their eyes

mastering the memorization/regurgitation

opened to technical careers that rival, and often

approach to earning straight A’s, without an

Since giving districts flexibility in spending

exceed, the earnings of graduates of advanced

opportunity to apply what they learn in a

for programs that included CTE under the

degrees – and without the commensurate

practical or economically meaningful way.

Schwarzenegger administration in 2008-09,

student debt. Given the statewide importance of workforce

followed by the Brown administration’s Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) that began

The rebuilding of CTE should begin with

development, state policymakers should

this year, we have witnessed the wholesale

exploratory courses in middle schools that give

create incentives for districts to provide such

diversion of CTE resources away from their

youth an opportunity to explore the wealth

enriching CTE programs to all their students.

vocational purposes. And with the loss of those

of opportunities that lie before them. Upon

But left to themselves, most districts will

dedicated dollars, we have seen precipitous

entering high school, students should have

continue their focus on high-stakes testing

drops in course offerings, student enrollment

access to high-quality foundational courses in a

curricula, college admissions criteria and

and even the retention of CTE trained

particular career pathway (e.g., health, business,

course mandates, none of which prioritizes

instructors.

construction, automotive, agricultural,

CTE. Proven incentive grant approaches such

manufacturing, etc.) that builds and enriches

as state Partnership Academies and federal

At this rate, these inspiring and life-directing

their skill level and understanding. By their

Perkins Grants should be used as models to

programs will soon be only a memory at most

junior and senior years, students should be able

drive curricular innovation and ensure industry

California schools. And once these programs

to enroll in capstone courses that have close

relevance.

and teachers disappear, they’ll never be

working partnerships with local manufacturers

reopened or replaced. To put it bluntly: CTE in

and building trades councils, many of which

Preparing all high school students to enter our

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Congress.

must take better care of the 70 percent who do

IRS Adopts “Taxpayer Bill of Rights;” 10 Provisions to be Highlighted on IRS.gov, in Publication 1

not achieve that goal.

The Internal Revenue Service announced

surveys conducted by my office have found

the adoption of a “Taxpayer Bill of Rights”

that most taxpayers do not believe they have

Nobody is well served in an environment in

that will become a cornerstone document to

rights before the IRS and even fewer can name

which a diverse variety of career pathways

provide the nation’s taxpayers with a better

their rights. I believe the list of core taxpayer

are devalued by Sacramento policies and

understanding of their rights.

rights the IRS is announcing today will help

budgetary priorities that continue to direct

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights takes the multiple

taxpayers better understand their rights in

schools away from CTE. For the sake of our

existing rights embedded in the tax code and

dealing with the tax system.”

kids and economy, California policymakers

groups them into 10 broad categories, making

The tax code includes numerous taxpayer

need to address this issue now.

them more visible and easier for taxpayers to

rights, but they are scattered throughout the

find on IRS.gov.

code, making it difficult for people to track and

Top 500 Sales & Use Tax Delinquencies in California

Publication 1, “Your Rights as a Taxpayer,”

understand. Similar to the U.S. Constitution’s

has been updated with the 10 rights and will

Bill of Rights, the Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Below is a list of the 500 largest delinquent

be sent to millions of taxpayers this year when

contains 10 provisions. They are:

sales and use tax accounts over $100,000.

they receive IRS notices on issues ranging

1. The Right to Be Informed

The Board of Equalization (BOE) is required

from audits to collection. The rights will also

2. The Right to Quality Service

by law* to post this information every quarter,

be publicly visible in all IRS facilities for

3. The Right to Pay No More than the Correct

removing amounts that are being addressed

taxpayers and employees to see.

Amount of Tax

through payment arrangement, bankruptcy,

“The Taxpayer Bill of Rights contains

4. The Right to Challenge the IRS’s Position

litigation, or appeal.

fundamental information to help taxpayers,”

and Be Heard

said IRS Commissioner John A. Koskinen.

5. The Right to Appeal an IRS Decision in an

Each taxpayer is notified 30 days before their

“These are core concepts about which

Independent Forum

information is posted. Since the inception of

taxpayers should be aware. Respecting

6. The Right to Finality

this program, the BOE has received a total of

taxpayer rights continues to be a top priority for

7. The Right to Privacy

$11.04 million from 134 qualifying taxpayers

IRS employees, and the new Taxpayer Bill of

8. The Right to Confidentiality

that came forward to take care of their debts:

Rights summarizes these important protections

9. The Right to Retain Representation

111 through installment payment agreements

in a clearer, more understandable format than

10. The Right to a Fair and Just Tax System

and 23 by making payment in full.

ever before.”

The rights have been incorporated into

The IRS released the Taxpayer Bill of Rights

a redesigned version of Publication 1, a

To view the list, go to:

following extensive discussions with the

document that is routinely included in IRS

http://www.boe.ca.gov/cgi-bin/deliq.cgi

Taxpayer Advocate Service, an independent

correspondence with taxpayers. Millions of

office inside the IRS that represents the

these mailings go out each year. The new

interests of U.S. taxpayers. Since 2007,

version has been added to IRS.gov, and

adopting a Taxpayer Bill of Rights has been a

print copies will start being included in IRS

goal of National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E.

correspondence in the near future.

Olson, and it was listed as the Advocate’s top

The timing of the updated Publication 1 with

priority in her most recent Annual Report to

the Taxpayer Bill of Rights is critical because

four-year colleges and universities is a laudable goal, but the fact is that fewer than 30 percent of our students achieve four-year degrees. We

“Congress has passed multiple pieces of legislation with the title of ‘Taxpayer Bill of Rights,’” Olson said. “However, taxpayer

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you are encouraged to call our hotline at 1-800-

follow-up correspondence from the 2014

Multi-Agency Task Force in Statewide Underground Economy Sweep

filing season. The publication initially will be

A multi-agency task force, consisting of more

Detectives and investigators from the

available in English and Spanish, and updated

than 100 detectives and investigators focused

Department of Insurance, Contractors State

versions will soon be available in Chinese,

on curbing California’s underground economy,

License Board, Department of Labor (Division

Korean, Russian and Vietnamese.

conducted a sweep across major metropolitan

of Occupational Safety and Health; Division

The IRS has also created a special section of

areas statewide issuing more than 60 citations

of Labor Standards and Enforcement),

IRS.gov to highlight the 10 rights. The web site

for various violations and six work stop-orders.

the Franchise Tax Board, Employment

the IRS is in the peak of its correspondence mailing season as taxpayers start to receive

will continue to be updated with information as

927-HELP.

Development Department and district

it becomes available, and taxpayers will be able

Violations found among the nearly 100

attorneys’ offices in Santa Clara, Alameda,

to easily find the Bill of Rights from the front

businesses contacted included no workers’

Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and

page. The IRS internal web site for employees

compensation insurance, no valid contractor’s

Ventura all participated in the statewide sweep.

is adding a special section so people inside the

license, serious safety violations cited by the

IRS have easy access as well.

Division of Occupational Safety and Health,

As part of this effort, the IRS will add posters

including one with an estimated $20,000

and signs in coming months to its public offices

regulatory fine. The Contractors State License

so taxpayers visiting the IRS can easily see and

Board found six violations, ranging from

read the information.

advertising to safety issues. The Employment

“This information is critically important for

Development Department identified 15 possible

taxpayers to read and understand,” Koskinen

administrative violations.

said. “We encourage people to take a moment to read the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, especially

“California’s underground economy results

when they are interacting with the IRS.

in a multi-billion dollar hit to California’s

While these rights have always been there

economy,” said Insurance Commissioner

for taxpayers, we think the time is right to

Dave Jones. “This fraudulent activity hurts

highlight and showcase these rights for people

legitimate businesses that play by the rules. The

to plainly see.”

coordinated effort of this multi-agency task

“I also want to emphasize that the concept

force is an ongoing effort to level the playing

of taxpayer rights is not a new one for IRS

field by putting a stop to the illegal activities

employees; they embrace it in their work every

of business owners that cheat the system at

day,” Koskinen added. “But our establishment

the expense of law abiding businesses and

of the Taxpayer Bill of Rights is also a clear

consumers.”

reminder that all of the IRS takes seriously our responsibility to treat taxpayers fairly.

Information and leads regarding illegal activity

Koskinen added, “The Taxpayer Bill of Rights

often come from the business community.

will serve as an important education tool, and

If you are aware of or have any information

we plan to highlight it in many different forums

regarding a contractor or business operating

and venues.”

without the proper insurance or anyone who has committed workers’ compensation fraud

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SAFETY Driver Safety - Cell Phones Not a safe practice! Operating a motor vehicle safely requires concentration, focus and awareness of constantly changing surroundings. Talking on a cell phone can take your focus away from the road and increase the risk of accidents. On average, a person is four times more likely to be in an accident when talking on a cell phone. State laws regarding driving with cell phones: More and more states have passed laws that prohibit hand-held cell phone usage while driving. Check with your local jurisdictions to determine if any cell phone restriction laws are present. Important guidelines: Regardless of your state, a comprehensive cell phone policy should be included in your organization’s fleet safety program. At a minimum, the following guidelines can be included into your organization’s fleet safety program: •

Get your phone set-up to be legal and safe: Every cell phone manufacturer creates different devices to use in a hands-free manner. It is important to know how to program your speed dial, operate the speakerphone, voice activation, redial features and other safety functions.

Have someone else make the calls: If passengers are present, allow them to answer and dial calls for you.

Use a hands-free device with your cell phone: Hands-free cell phone accessories are readily available. Whether you choose an installed mounted device for your cell phone or a speaker phone accessory, take advantage of these devices. Assure it is safe and legal!

Do not multi-task with your phone when driving: Never text message or take down notes when the vehicle is in motion. These types of activities are serious distractions and increase your risk of an accident.

Use your voice mail: Allow phone calls to go to voice mail, and return calls when you reach your destination.

Pull the vehicle over: If you must make or receive a call, pull your vehicle over to a safe and legal location before making or answering a phone call.

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SAFETY Seguridad al conducir – Teléfonos celulares ¡Una costumbre nada segura! Operar un vehículo de motor de forma segura requiere de concentración, atención, y estar alerta de los cambios constantes en el entorno. El uso de teléfonos celulares puede distraer tu atención del camino e incrementar el riesgo de que suceda un accidente. En promedio, es cuatro veces más posible que una persona sufra un accidente cuando está usando el teléfono celular. Las leyes estatales en cuanto a conducir con teléfonos celulares: Más y más estados han aprobado leyes que prohíben el uso de celulares de mano al conducir. Acude a tu jurisdicción local para determinar si existen leyes que restrinjan el uso de teléfonos celulares. Normas importantes: En cualquiera que sea tu estado, el programa de seguridad de tu flotilla debe incluir una política exhaustiva sobre teléfonos celulares. Como mínimo, las siguientes normas deben ser parte del programa de seguridad de tu flotilla: •

Programa tu teléfono para que sea seguro y legal: Todos los fabricantes de celulares fabrican dispositivos para usar el modo "manos libres". Es importante saber cómo programar las funciones de marcado rápido, altavoz, activación por voz, y remarcado automático, así como otras funciones de seguridad.

Que alguien más haga las llamadas: Si llevas pasajeros, permite que sean ellos quienes reciban y marquen tus llamadas.

Usa un dispositivo manos-libres con tu teléfono celular: Los accesorios manoslibres para celulares se pueden conseguir fácilmente. Ya sea que elijas un dispositivo que se monte a tu celular, o un accesorio para altavoz, aprovecha estos dispositivos. ¡Asegúrate de que sea seguro, y legal!

No hagas otras cosas con tu celular mientras conduces: Nunca uses mensajes escritos o tomes notas mientras el vehículo está en movimiento. Este tipo de actividades significan una seria distracción y aumentan el riesgo de sufrir un accidente.

Usa el correo de voz: Permite que las llamadas entrantes se vayan correo de voz, y devuelve la llamada cuando hayas alcanzado tu destino.

Detén el vehículo a un lado: Si tienes que hacer o recibir una llamada, detén el vehículo en un lugar seguro y legal antes de hacer o recibir una llamada.

No utilices el teléfono en condiciones adversas: La poca luz o malas condiciones para conducir pueden afectar de forma severa tu velocidad de reacción y respuesta. No es recomendable usar un teléfono celular cuando se conduce de noche o con lluvia. Marin Builders Association ◆ WEEKLY BULLETIN ◆ Page 22


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SAFETY Driver Safety - Cell Phones This form documents that the training specified above was presented to the listed participants. By signing below, each participant acknowledges receiving this training. Organization: Trainer:

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PERMITS

Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Shoreline Office Center L WCI-GC INC 100 Shoreline Hwy B - Suite 10 052-227-17 (33) Tenant Impro Bazyouros Sandra OWNER 2050 Hatch Rd Novato 146-250-62 (21,24) Convert B Zachariou Michael & CHARLES WINDOW AND DOOR 706 Bay Rd Mill Valley 049-132-28 (58) Windows Durgerian George /Tr/ & HIGH QUALITY ROOFING 314 Cardinal Ct Mill Valley 052-041-05 (53) Tear-Off & R Friedgood Laura R TANNERBUILT 122 Wolfe Grade Kentfield 071-101-03 (13) Repl Concret Marsten Heather HUBERT PENNY 101 Wolfe Grade Kentfield 071-173-22 (23) Rmdl Kit Reulback Paul J & Christi FLOYD CONSTRUCTION 785 Fawn Dr San Anselmo 177-150-48 (23) Interior Bat Macy Peter K /Tr/ & CLEANFOCUS ENERGY, INC. 479 Green Glen Way Mill Valley 049-203-04 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Tirrell David J /Tr/ PETERSEN DEAN 70 Callender Way Inverness 112-185-27 (53) Reroof Macy Peter K /Tr/ & CLEANFOCUS ENERGY, INC. 479 Green Glen Way Mill Valley 049-203-04 (53) Roof Overlay Beadle Erik & Serena GOLDEN GATE TECHNIC 330 Ironstone Ct San Rafael 164-151-05 (23) Rmdl 2 Bas Greenberg Jeffrey M & SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 641 Goodhill Rd Kentfield 074-141-01 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Berg John R SCOTT SMITH LANDSCAPING 36 Meadow Way Fairfax 197-080-02 (13) Expand Exter Wang Cindy S Y /Tr/ Etal GREEN LEAF SOLAR & ELECTR 174 Trinidad Dr Tiburon 038-212-01 (60) Rf Mtd P V S To Joseph /Tr/ GREEN LEAF SOLAR & ELECTR 1095 Bel Marin Keys Blvd Novat 157-301-20 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Mosher Daniel L & ARMUSEWICZ, RICH 427 Los Cerros Dr Greenbrae 070-071-14 (23) Bathrooms Re Friedman, Mark S & S LANDSCAPING 201 Laurel Grove Ave Kentfield 071-111-40 (50) Electrical F Huynh Qui V /Tr/ & SUPERIOR ROOFING 2699 Center Rd Novato 125-294-01 (53) Reroof Skarich William G /Tr/ SUPERIOR ROOFING 20 Almenar Dr Greenbrae 070-151-44 (53) Reroof Santiago Felipe R /Tr/ Et OWNER/BUILDER 137 Seminary Dr (A, E, I ) Mil 043-261-23 (56, 58) Replace Liang Wesley & LUMINALT ENERGY CORP 50 Oak Valley Dr Novato 125-441-20 (63) Grnd Mtd P V Kim Lena H RAMSTAR BUILDERS 47 Corte Morada Greenbrae 070-201-26 (23,50,93) Rmdl K Tobin Roger & Evelyn M RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN 3 Indian Trail Ct Novato 146-280-71 (58) Replace 8 Wi Larsen Living Trust CALETTI JUNGSTEN CONSTR. 43 De Silva Island Dr Mill Val 043-470-03 (23,51) Repl Inte

Value $130,000 $25,000 $13,847 $11,000 $16,500 $20,000 $36,000 $15,000 $34,000 $12,500 $12,500 $25,542 $15,000 $20,500 $13,000 $45,000 $21,500 $12,200 $15,835 $27,279 $62,228 $30,000 $19,135 $30,000

Address 66 Issaquah Dock Sausalito 36 Janes St Mill Valley 1204 Lattie Ln Mill Valley 7 N Knoll Rd Mill Valley 2800 Nicasio Valley Rd Nicasio 828 Rosal Way San Rafael 675 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Kentfield 6 Tahiti Way Dillon Beach 229 Trinidad Dr (Lot #10) Tiburon 225 Trinidad Dr (Lot #9) Tiburon 916 Valley View Ln Mill Valley 240 Van Winkle Dr San Anselmo 50 Barbaree Wy #5 Tiburon 50 Barbaree Wy #6 Tiburon 50 Barbaree Wy #7 Tiburon 41 Berens Dr Kentfield 8121 Binford Rd Novato 112 Bretano Way Greenbrae 665 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 124 Carlotta Cir Mill Valley 131 Dillon Beach Rd Tomales 479 Green Glen Way Mill Valley 330 Ironstone Ct San Rafael 641 Goodhill Rd Kentfield 174 Trinidad Dr Tiburon 1095 Bel Marin Keys Blvd Novato 47 Corte Morada Greenbrae

Value $20,000 $243,037 $18,427 $20,000 $25,000 $60,736 $120,000 $12,500 $10,000 $10,000 $12,500 $500,000 $86,186 $86,186 $64,639 $17,500 $30,000 $150,000 $145,000 $205,000 $35,000 $15,000 $12,500 $25,542 $20,500 $13,000 $30,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Owner Work Lawrence Mark H (50,93) Glass Railing For Deck Scott Michael & Heisler Claudette Revoc (21, 23, 24, 13) Remodel Entir Stephan Connie J (13) Demo (E) Deck & Replace W Entwisle Robert D /Tr/ (93,50) Add 2 Antennae And 2 R Bonty Lauren D (50, 92) Modify At&T Wireless Griffiths Andrew S (23) Remodel Due To Fire Archdiocese Of San Francisco (13) Access Ramp From Upper Ca Rasncc Holdings Llc-Vervain Ltd (13)(92) Deck And Install A Be Development Solutions Pc Llc (11) Retaining Wall Development Solutions Pc Llc (11) Retaining Wall Evans Hayden O /Tr/ & Etal (13) Demolish And Replace Deck Singleton Matthew T /Tr/ Etal (23,21) Addn; Rmdl Rp Maximus Cove Owner L L C (23,92,58) Rmdl Bas & Kits In Rp Maximus Cove Owner L L C (23,92,58) Rmdl Bas & Kits In Rp Maximus Cove Owner L L C (23,92,58) Rmdl Bas & Kits In Bennett Ryan /Tr/ Etal (11) Retaining Wall Sprint (93,50) Add 2 New Antennae; 1 Scott James R & (13,23) Rmdl 2 Bas; Add Deck Phillips Charlotte S /Tr/Etal (21, 22, 13, 51) Addition, Int Seward David & Maria (21, 22, 13) Addition Includin Mac Laird Peter J & Bonnie (21, 22, 13) Addition & Remo Macy Peter K /Tr/ & (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 4.6 K W - Beadle Erik & Serena (23) Rmdl 2 Bas Greenberg Jeffrey M & (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 5.28 K W E Wang Cindy S Y /Tr/ Etal (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 5 Kw - Exp To Joseph /Tr/ (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 3.5 K W - Kim Lena H (23,50,93) Rmdl Kit, Upgr Elec

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera 5/27

Labbe Donald J TR

Thomas Mulvey & Associates

90 Edison Ave

Reside Exterior

$30,000

Corte Madera 5/28

Mulcahy Kevin

Enstad Construction

261 Morningside Dr

New Stairs & Addition

$15,000

Corte Madera 5/28

Kelly Valentina F

American Home Renewal, Inc.

272 Golden Hind Passage Psge

Replace windows in-kind

$20,000

Corte Madera 6/2

Silver Creek Partners

Michael Stasse

801 Meadowsweet Dr N

Remodel Kitchen, Bath , replace windows

$30,000

Corte Madera 6/2

Silver Creek Partners

Michael Stasse

801 Meadowsweet Dr D

Remodel Kitchen, Bath , replace windows

$30,000

Corte Madera 6/2

Silver Creek Partners

Michael Stasse

801 Meadowsweet Dr B

Remodel Kitchen, Bath , replace windows

$30,000

Corte Madera 6/2

Buckmaster, John P & Gisela A

Aleco Electric

41 Sonora Way

Rewire

$14,000

Corte Madera 6/5

Murray, Shauna

Solarcity Corporation

21 Staghound Psge

Solar

$10,000

Corte Madera 6/5

Smallhorn, Nina

Tamco Construction, Inc.

48 Stetson Ave

Remodel guest and master bath

$39,000

San Rafael

5/27

Sobella Properties Llc

Robert Simkins Gener

1902 Las Gallinas Ave

Alter-Sfd

$75,000

San Rafael

5/27

Zhao Michael X /Tr/ &

Balee Architects

67 Elena Cir

Alter-Sfd

$25,000

San Rafael

5/27

3 Pine Street Trust Et

Morris Roofing Co

3 Pine St

Alter-Sfd

$17,000

San Rafael

5/27

Mc Donnell David A /T

Halajian Enterprises

31 Corrillo Dr

Alter-Sfd

$40,000

San Rafael

5/27

Pilgrim Park Inc

Danmeier Architects

96 Pilgrim Way

Alter-Apartments

$30,000

San Rafael

5/28

Cowperthwaite Peter

Stevens-HemingwayStevens

1415 3Rd St

New Commercial

$2,400,000

San Rafael

5/28

Wong Daniel Revoc Tr

Tim Walsh Builders In

28 Edgewood Way

Alter-Sfd

$18,000

San Rafael

5/28

Nuijen Gerald &

Nuijen Gerald &

10 Lindenwood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$112,800

San Rafael

5/29

A&E Restore Llc

Wormood Inc

2300 5Th Ave

Alter-Sfd

$194,787

San Rafael

5/29

Channing Professiona

Evenich Construction

255 Channing Way

Alter-Apartments

$65,000

San Rafael

5/29

Raymond Walden E Tr

Mc Leran Inc

321 Bayview St

Alter-Sfd

$16,295

San Rafael

5/29

Hingsbergen-Urrutia

Creative Exterior Builders

594 Heather Way

Alter-Sfd

$32,000

San Rafael

5/29

Koenig Amy B

Rwb Construction Inc

12 Perry Walk

Alter-Sfd

$41,400

San Rafael

5/29

Baglietto John E Surv

Jazz Builders Inc

200 Deer Valley Rd 3H

Alter-Condo

$10,000

San Rafael

5/29

Gerick Lisa

Bay Marin Construction 51 Woods St

Alter-Sfd

$25,000

San Rafael

5/30

Vasilis Fourakis

Crete Construction Company

Alter-Commercial

$140,000

San Rafael

5/30

Ackerman Craig Livin

Hildebrand Renovation 32 Twain Harte Ln

Alter-Sfd

$80,000

1201 Andersen Dr I

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Rafael

5/30

Delima Henry &

Marin County Roofing

103 Highland Ave

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

6/2

Davidson Thomas M &

Mcguire & Sons

160 San Marino Dr

Alter-Sfd

$135,750

San Rafael

6/3

Terra Linda Veterinar

Rempe Steve General

4230 Redwood Hwy

New Commercial

$800,000

San Rafael

6/4

Thompson Robert B &

Thompson Robert B &

11 Charlotte Dr

Alter-Apartments

$12,000

San Rafael

6/4

Miller Thomas &

Miller Thomas &

96 Fernwood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$225,000

San Rafael

6/4

San Rafael Hillcrest

Coast To Coast Renovations In

1010 Northgate Dr

Alter-Commercial

$150,000

San Rafael

6/4

Keller Leonard W &

Mc Leran Inc

40 De La Guerra Rd Alter-Sfd

$15,675

San Rafael

6/4

Ritter Larry O &

Cornerstone Roofing Inc

632 Biscayne Dr

Alter-Sfd

$43,250

San Rafael

6/5

Channing Professiona

109 Professional Center Pkwy

Alter-Apartments

$36,000

San Rafael

6/5

Ives Richard K Tr

Stephen Spicer

19 Mcnear Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

6/6

Stone Michael J /Tr/

Cdk Builders Inc

1499 Lucas Valley Rd

Alter-Sfd

$1,200,000

San Rafael

6/6

De Jesus Shaun

Brownco Constructio

516 Bret Harte Rd

Alter-Sfd

$134,000

San Rafael

6/6

Komani Properties Llc

Komani Properties Llc

420 Canal St

Alter-Apartments

$20,000

San Rafael

6/6

Draganic Family Trus

Caletti Construction

333 Locust Ave

Alter-Sfd

$22,000

San Rafael

6/9

Mitchell & Zittell Fa

Doherty Restoration

32 Moody Ct

Alter-Sfd

$185,000

San Rafael

6/9

111 Partners

111 Partners

111 Smith Ranch Rd Alter-Commercial 2Nd Fl

$90,000

San Rafael

6/9

Ibsen Deborah

Abril Roofing

1080 Las Ovejas Ave

Alter-Sfd

$15,200

Tiburon

6/2

Robert & Lynn Wong

Steve Wheeler Construction Inc

25 North Terrace

Convert Garageto living space

$15,000

Tiburon

6/2

Alice Fredericks

Alex Rockas Construction

1 Cazadero Lane

Convert storage to laundry room

$40,000

Tiburon

6/3

Anne Minkin

Marcelo Veristain

5 Andrew Way #48

Remodel kitchen and bath

$35,000

Tiburon

6/4

John Held

PB Design & Build

104 Howard Drive

Kitchen and powder room remodel

$93,000

Tiburon

6/4

George Chu

McLeran inc.

75 Mount Tiburon Road

Reroof

$33,100

Tiburon

6/4

David Lewis

Better Built Construction

143 Gilmartin Drive

Remodel first floor bath and master bath

$60,000

Tiburon

6/5

Lorena Franco

Charles Keller Construction Inc

685 Hawthorne Drive

Repair Water Damage

$75,000

Tiburon

6/5

Harbor Hill Condominiums HOA

Signature Painting and Construction Inc

25 Corinthian Court #34

Repair Deck

$22,000

Tiburon

6/10

Jeffrey Kevich

Solarcity Corporation

84 Paseo Mirasol

Solar

$14,000

Tiburon

6/10

Kenneth & Suzanne Sack

Levine Design and Construction

4 Paseo Mirazol

Kitchen Remodel

$70,000

Tiburon

6/12

Charles Ewald

Ireland Robinson & Hadley Inc

77 Mt Tiburon Road

Remove and Replace doors and windows

$53,670

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

6/14

1600 LOS GAMOS - SAN RAFAEL LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024394

6/13

C&N CONSTRUCTION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024275

6/12

COUNTY OF MARIN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0023956

6/14

DPR CONSTRUCTION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024394

6/12

LARKSPUR LAND 8 OWNER LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024089

6/13

LARKSPUR LAND 8 OWNER LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024162

6/13

LARKSPUR LAND 8 OWNER LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024163

6/13

LARKSPUR LAND 8 OWNER LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024164

6/12

MALER KEN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024114

6/12

MARIN COUNTY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0023956

6/12

MICHAL E VENERA LIVING TRUST (none) (I)

COMPLETION

2014-0024114

6/13

O REILLY AUTO ENTERPRISES LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024275

6/12

TNHC REALTY & CONSTRUCTION (none) INC (I)

COMPLETION

2014-0024089

6/13

TNHC REALTY & CONSTRUCTION (none) INC (I)

COMPLETION

2014-0024162

6/13

TNHC REALTY & CONSTRUCTION (none) INC (I)

COMPLETION

2014-0024163

6/13

TNHC REALTY & CONSTRUCTION (none) INC (I)

COMPLETION

2014-0024164

6/12

VENERA MICHAL E /TR/ (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0024114

6/12

W BRADLEY ELECTRIC INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2014-0023956

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

6/13

G FAMILY CONSTRUCTION (E)

STANTON KIM (O)

LIEN

2014-0024270

6/12

OCEANA MARIN ASSOCIATION (E) A J LONG & DOROTHY H LONG TRUST (O)

LIEN

2014-0024047

6/12

OCEANA MARIN ASSOCIATION (E) LONG DOROTHY H /TR/ (O)

LIEN

2014-0024047

6/12

OCEANA MARIN ASSOCIATION (E) A J LONG & DOROTHY H LONG TRUST (O)

LIEN

2014-0024048

6/12

OCEANA MARIN ASSOCIATION (E) LONG DOROTHY H /TR/ (O)

LIEN

2014-0024048

6/12

OCEANA MARIN ASSOCIATION (E) A J LONG & DOROTHY H LONG TRUST (O)

LIEN

2014-0024049

6/12

OCEANA MARIN ASSOCIATION (E) LONG DOROTHY H /TR/ (O)

LIEN

2014-0024049

LIENS

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

6/12

PARKHAVEN HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

KISAK-TYSON STEPHANIE C (O)

LIEN

2014-0023970

6/12

PARKHAVEN HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

TYSON SCOTT A (O)

LIEN

2014-0023970

6/11

U S OF AMERICA (E)

EBRAHIM YASSER (O)

LIEN

2014-0023807

6/10

VISTAZO TOWNHOUSE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

CRAIG JAMES R (O)

LIEN

2014-0023524

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

6/14

CALVERY RUSSELL W (E)

LAKE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0024302

6/12

PRIEST M W B C FAMILY TRUST (E)

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2014-0024034

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HOCKENBERRY TIM (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023787

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KOCH HANS F (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023788

TAX LIENS

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

LESWING MARTIN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023789

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BOOR MARJORIE R (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023790

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CATHERINE E MAIN INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023880

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

IMAGINE WHAT IF INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023881

6/11

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

VIDEOINSTINCT LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023882

6/12

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MILLER MICHAEL E (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024056

6/13

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HAGEN SAAKJE (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024138

6/13

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

VANBUREN LYANN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024139

6/13

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BOCHES BRYAN E (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024140

6/13

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SHERRY JOHN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024141

6/13

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MORF GEORGE A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024142

6/14

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MIRRORWORLD INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024479

6/14

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AODMORRIS & ASSOCIATES LLC (O) TAX LIEN

2014-0024480

6/14

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KELLEHER & ASSOCIATES INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024481

6/14

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KIRCHHOFF APPRAISALS INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0024482

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) ZITOUN OLIVIER (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023569

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) MANCILLA REYNALDO H (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023570

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) GOGGIN JULIE THOMAS (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023579

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) MACGREGOR BONNIE (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023580

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) ORCUTT CHIROPRACTIC INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023581

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS TAX LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

6/10

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) WESLEY MEDICAL STAFFING INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023582

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) DRESSLER ALAN A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023583

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) PRINGLE ALISON A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023583

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) OAKANDER JACK T (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023584

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) OAKANDER KATHRYN R (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023584

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) UNDERHILL MICHAEL (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023585

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) AUGUSTO CARL J JR (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023586

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) CARL J AUGUSTO PLUMBING (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023586

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) HOVERSTEN VINCENT W (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023587

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) HR-10 PROFIT SHARING PLAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023587

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) VINCENT W HOVERSTEN MD HR-10 PROFIT SHARING PLAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023587

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) BARRIOS RAQUEL M (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023588

6/10

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) VIALE KENNETH A (O)

TAX LIEN

2014-0023588

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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

6/12/2014

2:30 PM

NonMotorized Transportation Pilot Program Countyside Intersection Improvement Phase 2

Marin County

025C/R0 Marin, county of 13

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Burlingame Avenue, Broadway, Adeline Drive & Peninsula Ave Burlingame Water Main Improvements

083C

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

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

San Francisco*

175C

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

San Joaquin Pipeline No. 1 Replacement at Cashman CreekTHIS PROJECT WILL NOT BE SCANNED

Stanislaus County*

176C

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

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

San Francisco*

178C

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Traffic Safety Improvement Project

Oakley

E749B/0 Oakley, City of 67C

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Exterior Painting Project (4 Campuses)

San Jose

ONLINE Bartos Architecture

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Studio Movie Grill T.I. @ Rocklin Commons

Rocklin

ONLINE

6/12/2014

1:00 PM

RFQ-Operable Wall Partition Maintenance & Repair Services

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Marina Square Shopping Center - Landlord Shell Improvments (Space 1251-1253

San Leandro

ONLINE

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Mather Boulevard Bike Trail Repairs Project

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento County Municipal Services Agency

6/12/2014

3:00 PM

7057-Japantown Sewer Infrastructure Condition Assessment Phase II Rebid

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Campbell Hall Seismic Replacement BldgUniversity/Oppenheimer Repairs

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

6/12/2014

10:00 AM

General Office Elevator Security Camera and Access Control Project

Oakland

ONLINE AC Transit District

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Santa Rosa Utilities On-Call Sewer & Water Repair & Installation - Phase 13

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

2014-15 Citywide Overlay

Union City

ONLINE Union City, city of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Overhead Door Preventive Maintenance and Repair Services

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

7505-Sanitary Sewer Condition Assessment 2013-2014 Central San Jose Areas

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

6/12/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-DOU Security Standards

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

6/12/2014

3:00 PM

Remodeling of Senior Housing Apartments at Laurel Manor Apartments

Napa

ONLINE Napa, City of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

St. Helena High School Ag Barn Drainage Project

Saint Helena

ONLINE

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

DMV Office Remodel

Pittsburg

ONLINE

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Relocatable Classrooms Westmont High School

Campbell

ONLINE

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

TG16-8 Fireproofing

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

TG15.1 Dock Levelers & Bumpers

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/12/2014

3:00 PM

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

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

6/12/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Iron Horse Trail Connectivity to Bart Feasibility Study

Dublin

Online

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Municipal Services Building HVAC & Fan Replacement

South San Francisco ONLINE South San Francisco

6/12/2014

11:00 AM

2013-2014 Street Resurfacing Project-Rehabilitation

Portola Valley

Alameda County Transportation Commission

ONLINE Town of Portola Valley

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Sacramento International Airport Landslide Roadway Rehabilitation

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento County Municipal Services Agency

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Vallejo Marina Maintenance Dredging 2014

Vallejo

ONLINE Vallejo, City of

6/12/2014

12:00 PM

Bldg 7 Basement Electrical Renovation

Palo Alto

ONLINE Department of Veterans Affairs

6/12/2014

3:00 PM

Annual Maintenance-Gymnasium Floor Refinishing

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

6/12/2014

4:00 PM

Graham Hill Water Treatment Plant Filter Rehabilitation & Upgrades Project

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, City of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Ornamental Lights LED Conversion Project

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

6/12/2014

4:00 PM

Dreamcatcher/Nika's Place (Rebid)

Oakland

ONLINE

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Echowater Paint & CMID Materials Lab Building

Elk Grove

ONLINE Sacramento, County of

6/12/2014

2:00 PM

Concord Naval Weapons Station Hess Creek Channel Restoration

Contra Costa County R018

6/13/2014

2:30 PM

George "Rocky" Graham Park

Marin City

029C

6/13/2014

12:00 PM

Kids Footlocker # 46807

Daly City

ONLINE

6/13/2014

2:00 PM

Neighborhood ADA Improvements 2014

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

6/13/2014

4:00 PM

RFP-Wage Compliance Assistance for ADA Compliant Pedestrian Path

Los Altos

ONLINE Los Altos, City of

6/13/2014

1:30 PM

Orchard Substation Landscape Maintenance

Ukiah

ONLINE Ukiah, City Of

6/13/2014

5:00 PM

Awan Residence Remodel/Addition

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/13/2014

2:00 PM

Wendy's Remodel Belmont (Select Bidders)

Belmont

ONLINE

6/13/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ-Canon Kip Community House Rehabilitation

San Francisco

ONLINE Mercy Housing California

6/13/2014

2:00 PM

Middlefield Road Median Island Reconstruction

Mountain View

ONLINE Mountain View, city of

6/13/2014

2:00 PM

As Needed Services for HVAC Installation, Maintenance and Pleasanton Repair Services or Pest Control Services or Street, Parking Lot & Pathway Lights Maintenance & Repair Service

ONLINE Pleasanton, City of

6/13/2014

2:00 PM

Wendy's Remodel Livermore (Select Bidders)

Livermore

ONLINE

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-Building 22 Curtains

Fremont

ONLINE Ohlone Community College District

6/16/2014

10:00 AM

RFP-Market Analysis for Potential Condominium Conversion

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland Housing Authority

6/16/2014

11:00 AM

Hunt Elementary Restroom Renovation

Newman

ONLINE

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

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

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City of

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

Miller Avenue Streetscape Interim Improvements

Mill Valley

ONLINE Mill Valley, City of

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

Hazardous Building Materials Abatement

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

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

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

6/16/2014

4:00 PM

Residential Mixed-Use Project at Alameda Point (Site A)

ONLINE Alameda, City of

Alameda

Marin City Community Sservice District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/16/2014

12:00 PM

RFQ-1490 5th Avenue Seismic Retrofit & Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

6/16/2014

3:00 PM

Foundation & Retaining Wall at 6333 Jerilyn Avenue

Richmond

ONLINE

6/16/2014

4:00 PM

Commercial Project at Alameda Point (Site B)

Alameda Co.

ONLINE Alameda, City of

6/16/2014

1:00 PM

Vannoy Elementary Fields Renovation & Drainage Improvement Project

Castro Valley

ONLINE Castro Valley Unified School Dist

6/16/2014

5:00 PM

Alice Griffith, Block 1 (Phase III) – RFQ for Design, Engineering San Francisco & Consulting Services

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

General Building Services

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

Annual ADA Improvements for Main Library Parking Lot Project Los Altos

ONLINE Los Altos, City of

6/16/2014

3:00 PM

Structural Framing at 6333 Jerilyn Avenue

Richmond

ONLINE

6/16/2014

2:00 PM

Annual ADA Improvements for Municipal Services Center Driveway Project

Los Altos

ONLINE Los Altos, City of

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Five Portable Building Addition & Parking Island at Mill Valley Middle School

Mill Valley

033C

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Embankment Repair Line A in the Vicinity of Milmont Drive in the City of Fremont

Fremont

E744B/0 Alameda, County of 01C

6/17/2014

10:00 AM

Multi-Year Open Sanitary Sewer Repair Contract

Santa Clara Co.

E751b

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Fremont/Upper Fremont Sewer Improvement Project

San Rafael*

E757B/0 23C

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

San Pablo Avenue at Rodeo Creek Park Replacement Project

San Pablo

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

RFQ-Joe West Hall Boiler Replacement Project

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose State University

6/17/2014

12:00 PM

Roof Install & Siding

Martinez

ONLINE Eighty-Eight Concrete Construction

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Campus Site Improvement Phase 1

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose Evergreen Community College Dist

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

FY 2014 Pathways Improvement Project

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of Public Works

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

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

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/17/2014

4:00 PM

RFQ-Airport Engineering, Planning, Environmental & Economic San Carlos/Half Development Consulting Services for San Carlos & Half Moon Moon Bay Bay Airports

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

Standby Generator Maintenance

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Crow Canyon Country Club Fitness Renovation

Danville

ONLINE

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Campbell Hall Seismic Replacement Bldg-Audio Visual

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

Physical Education Building Heat Exchange Removal

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

6/17/2014

2:30 PM

HVAC Duct Cleaning-San Mateo DMV

San Mateo

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

6/17/2014

2:30 PM

Park System Signage

Danville

ONLINE Danville, Town of

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Laney College Child Care Remodel

Oakland

ONLINE Peralta Community College District

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

2014 On-Call Paving Services Contract(s) for Various Road & Flood Control Maintenance Work

Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/17/2014

11:00 AM

Campolindo & Miramonte High Schools Sidewalk Repair Project Orinda

Sacramento

Hibser Yamauchi Architects, Inc

West Valley Sanitation Dist

ONLINE Acalanes Union High School District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

2014 On-Call Trucking Services Contract(s) for Various Road & Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County Flood Control Maintenance Work of

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Morrison Hall 2nd Floor Improvements

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

Cache Creek Campground New Showers Building Project

Rumsey

ONLINE Yolo, County of

6/17/2014

3:00 PM

Gym Floor Refinishing-Evergreen Community College

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose Evergreen Community College Dist

6/17/2014

2:00 PM

Gym Floor Refinishing

Fremont

Online

6/17/2014

5:00 PM

Remodel/Addition at 18438 Carriger Road

Sonoma

ONLINE

6/17/2014

12:00 PM

Madewell Retail Store

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Shaver Street Sewer Improvement Project Latham St to Second San Rafael* St & Haye St & Nye St Overlays

089C

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

The Resurfacing of Portions of Various Roadways in the Ashland, Fairmont Terrace & Fairview Areas

Alameda Co.

E738B/0 Alameda, County of 79C

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

The Resurfacing of portions of Various Roadways in the Eastern Unincorporated Areas of Alameda Co

Alameda Co.

E739B/0 Alameda, County of 75C

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

The Resurfacing of Portions of Various Roadways in the Castro Castro Valley Valley Area of Alameda Co

E741B/0 Alameda, County of 81C

6/18/2014

10:00 AM

Construct ADA Path to GAC

Eldridge

E753B

Sonoma Development Center

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Replace Roof at Johnson/Ordahl

Eldridge

E754B

Sonoma Development Center

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Irrigation Controller Upgrades Various Parks - Phase 1

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Boiler Replacement 40 Douglas Drive

Martinez

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/18/2014

3:30 PM

Redwood Shores Lagoon Aquatic Plant Management & Environment Engineering Services

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Half Moon Bay State Beach-Francis Beach Campground Improvements

Half Moon Bay

ONLINE State of California

6/18/2014

4:00 PM

RFP-Civic Center Project Management Services

Atherton

ONLINE Atherton, Town Of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Multi-Modal Improvements Capitol Avenue Extension

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

7th Street Sewer Replacement, P to K Street

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

6/18/2014

2:30 PM

As-Needed Paving Contract No. 10

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Yokayo Parking Lots Sealing

Ukiah

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

6/18/2014

2:00 PM

Tiburon Blvd Median Improvements

Tiburon

ONLINE Tiburon, town of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Modulars Site Work Leitch Elementary School

Fremont

043C

6/19/2014

3:00 PM

Glen Park Community Plan Implementation Project

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Intake Counter Reconfiguration at the Martinez Detention Facility-The Sheriff's Department (Rebid)

Martinez

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/19/2014

3:00 PM

Thimann Laboratories Lab 135 Conversion to Ancient DNA Lab Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, UC

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Village at Centennial Square BDF Room Improvements

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

7410-Cahill Storm Pump Station

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

California Dept of Education

Fremont Unified School District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Curb, Gutter & Sidewalk Replacement Project 2014

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento County Municipal Services Agency

6/19/2014

3:00 PM

Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve Vehicle/Equestrian Staging Area Project

Morgan Hill

ONLINE Open Space Authority Santa Clara Valley

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Pedestrian Striping Upgrade Project

Turlock

ONLINE Turlock, City of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Districtwide Elevator Maintenance

Sacramento

ONLINE Los Rios Community College District

6/19/2014

10:00 AM

RFP-Pest Control Services

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland Housing Authority

6/19/2014

3:00 PM

5283-Martin Park Expansion

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

6/19/2014

2:30 PM

Hiddenbrooke Park Improvements

Vallejo

ONLINE Vallejo, City of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

West Contra Costa Family Justice Center Bldg Remodel & Tenant Improvement (Rebid)

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Cesar Chavez Library HVAC Controls

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Demolition & Abatement Project-Mare Island Building 755

Vallejo

ONLINE Vallejo, City of

6/19/2014

1:30 PM

Mariposa Road Resurfacing

Stockton

ONLINE San Joaquin, County of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

2014 On-Call Large Diameter Sewer Repair Services

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

6/19/2014

3:00 PM

Turnkey Services for the City of South San Francisco Streetlight South San Francisco ONLINE South San Francisco Conversion to Led

6/19/2014

5:00 PM

The Commonwealth Club of California

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/19/2014

2:30 PM

West Valley College AAS Electrical Infrastructure Project (Rebid)

Saratoga

ONLINE West Valley-Mission Community College

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Storm Drain Rock Removal at Various Locations

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Special Inspection & Material Testing Services to Support Oakland Replacement of Embarcadero Bridge Over Lake Merritt Channel

ONLINE Oakland, City of

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

TG16.1 Dry Wall/Framing

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

540 Leavenworth Apartment Building-Rebid

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/19/2014

2:00 PM

Entry Improvements & Sign Project-West Valley College

Saratoga

ONLINE West Valley-Mission Community College

6/20/2014

2:00 PM

Old Vineyard Avenue Pedestrian Trail-Phase I

Pleasanton

E752B/0 Pleasanton, City of 16C

6/20/2014

5:00 PM

42 Lavatory Pods

Vallejo

ONLINE

6/20/2014

5:00 PM

Cleak Residence New Construction

Oakland

ONLINE

6/20/2014

4:00 PM

LFCD Non-Profit Center Parking Lot Expansion

San Pablo

ONLINE Lao Family Community Development, Inc

6/20/2014

2:00 PM

Distribution Switchgear, 12KV, Metal-Clad Assembly

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

6/20/2014

3:00 PM

New Dollar General Store

Nice

ONLINE Stout Building Contractors

6/20/2014

1:00 PM

San Mateo High School Brick Building Modernization

San Mateo

ONLINE

6/20/2014

2:00 PM

Annual ADA Accessibility (San Antonio Road)

Los Altos

ONLINE Los Altos, City of

6/20/2014

2:00 PM

Replace Building 203 Absorption Chiller (Prequalified Generals San Francisco Only)

ONLINE

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/23/2014

1:00 PM

Removal & Replacement of the Roofs at the Castro Valley High Castro Valley School Wings 200 & 300

ONLINE Castro Valley Unified School Dist

6/23/2014

2:00 PM

Walmart #3652 Remodel

West Sacramento

ONLINE

6/23/2014

2:00 PM

Exterior Improvements at Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Station #31

Modesto

ONLINE

6/23/2014

2:00 PM

Police Roof Replacment & Data Center Cooling Project

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

6/23/2014

2:00 PM

Facility Wide Road Repair

Eldridge

ONLINE Sonoma Development Center

6/23/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Design Build Services 1230 Rico Street, HVAC Modernization, Roof Replacement & Solar

Salinas

ONLINE Housing Authority of Monterey

6/23/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Rodent Contral Program (Creeks) for City of Burlingame

Burlingame

ONLINE Burlingame, City of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Pavement Reconstruction FY15

Hayward

E755B/0 Hayward, city of 91C

6/24/2014

2:30 PM

2013-2015 Sidewalk Repair Program

Livermore

E758B/0 Livermore, city of 94C

6/24/2014

2:30 PM

Street Resurfacing Curb Ramps 2013-2014

San Rafael*

E759B/0 96C

6/24/2014

3:00 PM

2014 Street Rejuvenation Project

Napa*

E760B/0 95C

6/24/2014

3:00 PM

Substation Aerial Duct Installation Project (Phase I)

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

6/24/2014

3:00 PM

RFQ-Technology Equipment and/or Services for Pinole High School

Pinole

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Slurry Seal of Local Streets

Ukiah

ONLINE Ukiah, City Of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Spot Relamping Services of District Facilities-West Bay & Various East Bay Locations

ONLINE Bay Area Rapid Transit District

6/24/2014

11:00 AM

Forbes Hill Reservoir Cover Replacement Project

San Rafael

ONLINE Marin Municipal Water District

6/24/2014

2:30 PM

Road Improvements on Portions of Del Mar, Madrone & San Ramon Avenues in the Seal Cove/Moss Beach

San Mateo County

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Science Building Laboratories Renovation

Hayward

ONLINE California State University East Bay

6/24/2014

3:00 PM

Republican Alley 16-Inch Water Main Rehabilitation Project

Roseville

ONLINE Roseville, City of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Pacifica Avenue Sidewalk-Inlet Dr to Mariner's Cove Drive

Bay Point

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Weston Elementary School (Lease-Leaseback Project)

Ripon

ONLINE

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Foundation Plant Services Addition Tenant Improvements

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Street Resurfacing (Slurry/Seal Coat) 2014

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, City of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Santa Rosa Facility Customer Parking Lot Improvements

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

2014-15 Annual Concrete Safety Improvement Program

Daly City

ONLINE Daly City, City Of

6/24/2014

2:30 PM

Reconstruction of San Benito Ave from Oak Dr. to the end & Installation of Valley Gutters on Fair Oaks Ave

San Mateo County

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

6/24/2014

3:00 PM

Fiber Conduit for Broadband Network

San Leandro

ONLINE San Leandro, city of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

Floor Covering Replacement at Housing Authority Residential Units

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City of

6/24/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Street Microsurfacing Program

Newark

ONLINE Newark, city of

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

Well Replacement, Phase II

Oroville

E766B

6/25/2014

5:00 PM

RFQ-Design, Engineering & Consulting Services for Golden State Warriors Arena Site Development

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francsico Redevlopment Agency

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

Influent Pump Station Improvements

Martinez

ONLINE Mountain View Sanitary Dist

6/25/2014

2:30 PM

Portsmouth Square Park Restroom Renovation-Rebid

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

On-Call CCTV Inspection

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City Of

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

Lammersville School House Repair

Tracy

ONLINE Tracy, City of

6/25/2014

3:00 PM

Sanitary Sewer Line Replacement/Repair 2012-13

San Leandro

Online

6/25/2014

11:30 AM

Soil Work for New Boys & Girls Club at Shorline Middle School Santa Cruz

ONLINE Madi Group, Inc

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

2014-15 Street Lane Line & Legend Repainting

ONLINE Mountain View, city of

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

Emergency Vehicle Signal at Fountaingrove Pkwy & Newgate Ct Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

Tennis Courts Resurfacing (Rebid)

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

RFP-Design Build Services for Depot Park Sports Field Reconstruction Project

Santa Cruz

ONLINE Santa Cruz, City of

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

Shoreline Boulevard Crosswalk Improvements

Mountain View

ONLINE Mountain View, city of

6/25/2014

10:00 AM

2014-2015 Sewer Line Replacement

San Lorenzo

ONLINE Oro Loma Sanitary District

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

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

Los Gatos

ONLINE Santa Clara Valley Water District

6/25/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Sidewalk Repair & Replacement

Foster City

ONLINE Foster City, City of

6/25/2014

2:00 PM

McLaughlin Reserve Improvements

Lower Lake

ONLINE Davis, UC

6/25/2014

1:30 PM

Pier 35 Building & Roof Repair Project

San Francisco

ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

6/25/2014

2:30 PM

San Francisco Public Library Teen Center Renovation Work Rebid

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

6/25/2014

1:30 PM

Main Wastewater Treatment Plant Engineers Road Widening

Oakland

S001

East Bay Municipal Utility District

6/25/2014

1:30 PM

South Reservoir Demolition

Castro Valley

S003

East Bay Municipal Utility District

6/26/2014

10:30 PM

2014 Road Resurfacing Southern Region

Marin County

/046CR0 Marin, county of 39

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Electrical Upgrades Leitch Elementary School

Fremont

098C

6/26/2014

2:30 PM

Kiefer Landfill-Module 1 Phase 2 Final Cover

Sloughhouse

E745B/0 Sacramento County 40C Municipal Services Agency

6/26/2014

2:30 PM

2014 Road Sealant Project-Tomales, Inverness, Point Reyes & Marin County San Geronimo

E762B/0 Marin, county of 45C

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Black Diamond/Briones Fiberized Micro Surfacing

Antioch/Martinez

E764B

6/26/2014

3:00 PM

7325-San Jose International Airport-Sterile Corridor Extension at Gates 17 & 18

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Citywide Street Resurfacing II

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Reservoir 3 Low Roof Replacement

Daly City

ONLINE Daly City, City Of

Mountain View

California Natural Resources Agency

San Leandro, city of

Fremont Unified School District

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Vintage Oak Lift Station Improvements

Galt

ONLINE Galt, city of

6/26/2014

10:00 AM

2014 Annual Slurry Seal Program

Dublin

ONLINE Dublin, city of

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-TG13.3 Ground Level Landscaping

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

South State Street Bulb Outs

Ukiah

ONLINE Mendocino, County of

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

West College Pond No. 1 Divider Levee

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Repairs & Renovations 1200 Aguajito Rd-Courthouse Roof Replacememt

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey, County of

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

TG13.2 Roofing/Water Proofing

San Francisco

ONLINE

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Irrigation Well Improvements at San Joaquin Delta College

Stockton

ONLINE San Joaquin Delta Community College District

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

North Davis Riparian Greenbelt Project

Davis

ONLINE

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

San Mateo Bridges Replacement Project

San Mateo

ONLINE Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Sacramento City College Tap F Lot Entry Sidewalk

Sacramento

ONLINE Los Rios Community College District

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Morrison Canyon Staging Area Vargas Plateau Regional Park

Fremont

R022

East Bay Regional Park District

6/26/2014

2:00 PM

Cyclic Sewer Replacement Project, Phase 11

Alameda

R030

Alameda, City of

6/27/2014

1:00 PM

RFQ-Lighting Repairs and Maintenance for the CSJ Regional

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

6/27/2014

3:00 PM

El Dorado Fire Station 84

El Dorado Hills

ONLINE

6/27/2014

2:00 PM

Exterior Painting of the Cavallaro Transit Center

Scotts Valley

ONLINE Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District

6/27/2014

2:00 PM

Refrigeratos & Gas Ranges for Oakland Housing Authority

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland Housing Authority

6/27/2014

2:00 PM

Bass Pro Shops-Rocklin

Rocklin

ONLINE

6/30/2014

10:00 AM

Interior Paint-City of Oakland Housing Authority

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland Housing Authority

6/30/2014

5:00 PM

Repair Parking Area Behind Building 1

Alameda

ONLINE

6/30/2014

11:00 AM

2014 Sewer & Water C.I.P.

Rio Vista

ONLINE Rio Vista, city of

6/30/2014

1:00 PM

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

ONLINE Richmond, City of

6/30/2014

2:30 PM

Rumrill Park

San Pablo

ONLINE San Pablo, City of

6/30/2014

5:00 PM

Various Public Works Projects

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Construction of Hayward Maintenance Complex Project

Hayward

E747B/0 Bay Area Rapid Transit 88C District

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Ohlone Elementary School Playground & Parking Lot Completion-Phase 4

Hercules

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Sanitary Sewer System Rehabilitation Package 4- Pump Station Monterey Upgrades

ONLINE Monterey, City of

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Proposition 39 Energy Efficient Lighting Project

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa Junior College

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

San Ramon Medical Center Hybrid OR

San Ramon

ONLINE Swinerton Builders

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Area Drain & Pond 1 Isolation Valves

Napa

ONLINE Napa Sanitation District

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Hampton Inn & Suites

Napa

ONLINE

7/1/2014

3:00 PM

Cubberly "L" Roofing Overlay Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

7/1/2014

11:00 AM

CHP Napa Area Office-Automatic Slide Gate Operator Installation

Napa

ONLINE Department of California Highway Patrol

7/1/2014

3:00 PM

Marina Community Center (MCC) Storefront Window Replacement

San Leandro

Online

7/1/2014

11:00 AM

CHP Santa Rosa Area Office-Auomatic Swing Gate Operator Installation Services

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Department of California Highway Patrol

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Emergency Generators-Rebid

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Railroad Avenue Improvements

Danville

ONLINE Danville, Town of

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Hunter's Point Shipyard Phase I, Block 49

San Francisco

ONLINE

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Country Hills Drive Sanitary Sewer Main Rehabilitation

Antioch

ONLINE Antioch, City of

7/1/2014

2:00 PM

Construct Engineering/Housing Maintenance Shop, Military Ocean Terminal

Concord

ONLINE USACE Sacramento District

7/1/2014

3:00 PM

Cubberly Building "S" Re-Roof Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

7/2/2014

2:30 PM

San Marco/Vista Del Mar Pedestrian Trail

Pittsburg

049C/R0 Pittsburg, city of 31

7/2/2014

2:00 PM

Combined Landscape Maintenance Projects

San Jose

090C/S9 Santa Clara Valley 08B Transportation Authority

7/2/2014

3:00 PM

Crown Merrill Dining Boiler, DHW Tank, and Dish Machine Replacement

Santa Cruz

Online

7/2/2014

3:00 PM

Hoover Safe Routes to School Project

Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

7/2/2014

2:30 PM

24th Street Urban Village

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

7/2/2014

3:00 PM

RFP-Clement Avenue Complete Street Corridor Concept Plan

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda County Transportation Commission

7/2/2014

10:00 AM

Robertson Park Lower Field Lighting

Livermore

ONLINE Livermore Area Recreation & Park District

7/3/2014

2:00 PM

Ralph Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation Project-Phase 1 (Airport Way to B Street)

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

7/3/2014

4:00 PM

Waterman Road Pavement Rehabilitation, South of Mosher to Old Waterman Road Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

7/3/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Replacement for Multiple City Facilities

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

7/3/2014

1:00 PM

Concrete Cleaning & Sealing (Transit Center)

Visalia

ONLINE Visalia, City Of

7/8/2014

2:00 PM

Student Center Water Softener

Rohnert Park

7/8/2014

3:30 PM

Paradise Cay 2014 Maintenance Dredging (Rebid)

Tiburon

E761B

Marin, county of

7/8/2014

2:00 PM

Desilting of Twin Box Culverts Under Eden Canyon Road MM 0.46

Castro Valley

E765B

Alameda, County of

7/8/2014

2:00 PM

2014 Pavement Improvement Project-Overlay

Corte Madera

N/A

Corte Madera, town of

7/8/2014

1:00 PM

IR Site 3 Remediation, Former Naval Fuel Depot Point Molate

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

San Leandro, city of

Santa Cruz, UC

Sonoma State University

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

7/8/2014

2:00 PM

RFQ-On-Call Consulting Services-Landscape Architect Services Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

7/8/2014

2:00 PM

Nystrom Elementary School Main Classroom Building

Richmond

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

7/8/2014

2:00 PM

TG08.9:Roll-Up Doors & Grilles

San Francisco

ONLINE

7/8/2014

3:00 PM

1692-216 Library (Prequalified Generals Only)

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

7/9/2014

2:00 PM

North Coach Division BRT Improvement Project (Rebid)

Mountain View

7/9/2014

3:00 PM

Furnish & Install New Carpet Tiles - Floors 1, 2 & 4

San Francisco

ONLINE State of California

7/10/2014

2:00 PM

Roof Replacement, Buildings 1000 & 3100, Chabot College (Informal Bid)

Hayward

ONLINE Chabot-LasPositas Comm College Dist

7/10/2014

4:00 PM

Design-Build Request for Statement of Qualifications & Prequalification for Fire Station 75

Vacaville

ONLINE Vacaville, City Of

7/10/2014

12:00 PM

Grand Avenue Library Renovation Project

South San Francisco ONLINE South San Francisco

7/10/2014

4:00 PM

RFP-Environmental Document Preparation for the Atherton Civic Center Master Plan

Atherton

ONLINE Atherton, Town Of

7/10/2014

2:00 PM

Stations 6, 7 and 12 Standby Generator Replacements

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

7/10/2014

3:00 PM

Fire Alarm System Replacement Phase III

Los Altos

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

7/10/2014

2:00 PM

Moffitt Long Emergency Room department Room L1213 Radiology Room Equipment Replacement

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, UC

7/11/2014

10:00 AM

Pond DR05 Restoration Project

Santa Clara Co.

ONLINE Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

7/11/2014

2:00 PM

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

San Francisco

ONLINE Cahill Contractors, Inc.

7/15/2014

2:00 PM

The Construction of Hayward Maintenance Complex Project Building for Demolition

Hayward

E763B/0 Bay Area Rapid Transit 97C District

7/15/2014

2:00 PM

Design Build Services for Lot D Improvements and PARCS Automation Project

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

7/15/2014

11:00 AM

Downstream Water System Improvements Tier 2 Pressure Regulating Valves

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

7/15/2014

2:30 PM

Public Restrooms Repair at the Santa Clara DMV Field Office

Santa Clara

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

7/16/2014

1:30 PM

Summit Reservoir and Shasta/Woods Pumping Plant Replacement

Berkeley/Contra Costa

B667/05 East Bay Municipal 0C Utility District

7/16/2014

3:00 PM

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

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

7/16/2014

4:00 PM

RFP-Architectural Design Services

Brentwood

ONLINE Brentwood, city of

7/16/2014

3:00 PM

Environmental Studies Area-De Anza College

Cupertino

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

7/17/2014

2:00 PM

Well and Pump Maintenance & Repair

Suisun City

ONLINE Department of Fish & Wildlife

7/21/2014

1:30 PM

Light Rail Efficiency Project:Mountain View Phase 1 & Signal Work Conmtract

Mountain View

041C/S0 Santa Clara Valley Transportation 02 Authority

7/21/2014

12:00 PM

RFQ-Water System Improvements & Valve Replacement

Foster City

ONLINE Estero Municipal Improvement District

7/22/2014

2:00 PM

Structural Integrated Pest Management Program

Martinez

ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

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PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

7/22/2014

10:00 AM

New Patient Simulation Learning Center Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE California Department of Veterans Affairs

7/22/2014

2:00 PM

Two Natural Gas-Powered Engines & Pumps Replacement Project

Foster City

R024

7/29/2014

2:00 PM

Hesperian Landscaping, Chabot College

Hayward

ONLINE Chabot-LasPositas Comm College Dist

7/31/2014

2:00 PM

Angel Island State Park Project A:Sewer System repairs & Project B:Access Modifications

Tiburon

ONLINE Department of Parks & Recreation

8/19/2014

2:00 PM

TG10.5 Fire Protection and Fire Suppression

San Francisco

ONLINE

8/20/2014

3:00 PM

TG10.3 Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

8/20/2014

1:00 PM

TG10.2 Plumbing Construction Services

San Francisco

ONLINE

8/21/2014

2:00 PM

TG10.4 Electrical, Communications, Security & Integrated Networks

San Francisco

ONLINE

Foster, City Of

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

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

Daniel Walters 707.525.4168 dwalters@gpins.com

Sean Parsons 707.525.2715 sparsons@gpins.com

George Petersen Insurance Agency License #0603247

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

SEEKING ESTIMATOR FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION Seeking Estimator/Project Manager for a Marin based Residential General Contractor. Requirements: • Minimum 10 years experience in Residential Construction. Field experience desired. • Offering Benefits • Salary DOE Please reply to the email below with your resume if you are interested. Lee Bonilla - Fontana Construction Inc. 1945 E. Francisco Blvd. Suite N., San Rafael ,CA 94901 415-457-1290 P | 415-457-1294 F | Fontanaleeb@aol.com

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

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

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

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

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CLASSIFIED ADS

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

SEEKING MARKETING / OFFICE MANAGER

SEEKING ESTIMATOR IN COMMERCIAL ROOFING

Ghilotti Bros., Inc, a well established construction company based in San Rafael, family–owned and operated for 100 years is seeking an enthusiastic detailed, MARKETING/ OFFICE MANAGER. Someone that is accustomed to, and enjoys wearing many hats and can juggle projects and priorities seamlessly.

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

The ideal person for this position has STRONG marketing/ event execution experience, is computer proficient, a quicker learner, has insane attention to detail with a happy, professional demeanor and willing to help anyone with anything with a “can do” attitude no matter the situation or task. Approximately 70% of this role executes in the marketing/PR/events area. The remaining 30% percent of the position is dedicated to running the office from top to bottom.

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

This position is exempt. Minimum +5 years experience as a Marketing Manager. We offer competitive pay along with an extensive benefits package. Salary is DOE.

Desired Skills & Experience 1.

Familiarity with all major roofing systems. 2.

If you’re interested in this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to

3.

Local Bay Area experience. Strong client interaction skills.

apply@ghilottibros.com 4.

Strong plan & bid take off skills.

and put “Marketing/ Office Manager” in the subject line. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 707-763-5475 If you would like more information about our company, please visit www.ghilottibros.com. GBI is committed to being an equal opportunity employer..

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

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