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March 12, 2012 Vol. 56, Issue #11


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2012 MBA Directors & Officers President Aimi Dutr a - The Dutr a Group

M A R I N

B U I L D E R S

A S S O C I A T I O N

MARIN HOME&GARDEN EXPO

Vice President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets, Inc. Chief Financial Officer jim Schalich - Schalich Brothers Construction Secretary Tyler Doherty - Cal West Rentals, Inc. PAST PRESIDENT Dave Tr ahan - Patriot Mechanical Executive Director Klif Knoles

Herb Moran - MOC Insurance Services Josh Townsend - PG&E Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Tom Barr - Ghilotti Bros., Inc. Mark Silvia - Marin Mechanical, Inc. Gary Frugoli - Construction Consultant Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Dick Ghilotti - Ghilotti Construction Company Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Jeff Grady - Grady Financial, Inc. STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Diane Van Renselaar - Plan Room Technician Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception

Marin Home & Garden Expo June 2 & 3 Marin Center Fairgrounds

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Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst/ Consultant The weekly bulletin is owned by MBA and is available at www.marinba.org 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903 Publisher: Klif Knoles Publication Editor: And Them Design

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

in this issue BREAKING NEWS! Anthem Blue Cross ...............................1 Directors

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Nelson Staffing ......................................3 EXTRA! EXTRA! ..................................4 MBA Calendar ......................................5 Save the Date: MBA Bocce Ball ............8 Tool Lending Library ..........................9 Seminars .........................................10-11

As a new member of Marin Builders Association, I would like to take a moment to introduce myself and my company, Nelson Staffing, to you.

Phil Vermeulen ...............................12-13

Nelson is proud to be a contributing member of Marin’s community for more than 40 years. In fact, our flagship office was opened in San Rafael in 1970 by Founder and Chairman of the Board, Gary D. Nelson. As the years have passed, many locations have been added. We currently boast 17 branch offices throughout California and into Texas. Embracing the values of excellence, innovation, empathy, and integrity, Nelson offers staffing services to clients of all sizes in numerous fields, including finance, administration, executive management, technology, manufacturing, legal, human resources, engineering, wine and beverage and computer gaming/digital media.

News Release ...................................14-15

Assemblymna, Jared Huffman

I too am a San Rafael native. I love living and working in my home town and nothing makes me happier than supporting our local businesses. I consider myself an expert in staffing small businesses and would be delighted to answer any questions you may have regarding salaries, job descriptions, or the local employment climate. We are about to release our annual Staffing Advisor, a yearly publication containing tips for employers on the latest trends in staffing, plus current salary surveys and more. If you would like a complimentary copy of the Staffing Advisor, please don’t hesitate to contact me. My team and I look forward to meeting you, learning about your business and being a resource for you when you need us.

Debi Geller Account Executive Nelson Staffing (415) 479-5101 main internal extension 1806 dgeller@nelsonstaffing.com

Kalb’s Q&A ..........................................16 CSLB Industry Update .......................17 Safety Topic: Arc Blasts ...................18-19 Permits .........................................20-23 Completions & Liens .....................24-26 Project Bid Schedule .....................27-33 Bid Results ..........................................34 Classifieds ...........................................35 Membership Application ....................36 Scholarship Application ...............38-39

contact MBA 660 Las Gallinas Avenue San Rafael, CA 94903 ◆

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March 21 CPR - First Aid

8:30AM – 1:00PM

March 22 EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP)

8:00AM – 5:00PM

MARCH 28

March 28 MBA Open MBA Open House House 4:00 PM –- 7:00 PM 4:00PM 7:00PM May 18 Bocce Ball Tournament

9:00AM – 3:30PM

June 2nd and 3rd Marin Home & Garden Expo

Contact info@marinhomegarden.com to participate

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California Builders Insurance Program

• Designed Specifically for Contractors • Open to all Licensed Brokers (some conditions and restrictions apply) • Multiple Carrier Participation • Very Competitive Rates (if you are still with the State Fund you can change at any time and save money.) • Low Minimum Premium for many of our Artisan Classes • Flexible Payment Options • On-Line Access to Policy Data, Loss Runs, Claims Status, Account Status, etc. • Free Access to Extensive Safety Library (English and Spanish) • Preferred Provider Network • Nurse Case Management • Accident Investigation Techniques

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO ALL

MARIN BUILDERS ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Your Board of Directors has approved our participation in the California Builders Insurance Program. Program partners include several other builders exchanges and associations. We have all joined forces to deliver competitive insurance programs as well as services designed to meet your specific needs. We have endorsed Jenkins Insurance Group (a Leavitt Group Affiliate) as the managing broker for the California Builders Insurance Program. As your insurance programs approach expiration, please consider participating in this program. If you are with the State Fund, you can change at any time and save 15% to 35% (depending on underwriting guidelines of participating carriers)

• Safety Programs • Uniform Injury & Illness Prevention Program • Strong Return to Work Program

ALSO AVAILABLE • General Liability, Property, Inland Marine, Automobile, Bonding, etc.

Please support your local Builders Exchange Insurance Program! For more information, please contact: clcnbjenkins@leavitt.com or call (866) 216-5255 or visit our website: www.cabuildersinsuranceprogram.com

• Safety Training Classes and Seminars • Human Resource Services • Dedicated website • And Much More!

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SAVE THE DATE

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1ST ANNUAL

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Providing the foundation for a well-built community

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CPR – FIRST AID CLASS Wednesday ~ March 21, 2012 8:30 a.m. ~ 1:00 p.m. 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael (415)462-1220 Fax (415)462-1225

$75.00 Members ~ $125.00 Non-members Attendees receive CPR and First Aid Certifications This course encompasses the new CPR (hands-only) and traditional CPR for adult/child/infant. Also includes activation of EMS System, heart healthy behavior/nutrition and foreign body airway obstruction management. The First Aid portion includes management of medical emergencies in the crucial first few minutes while help is on the way. For reservations please complete and return this form with check made payable to: Marin Builders Association, pay with Visa/Mastercard or pay online at our website www.marinba.org Company:____________________________Phone:___________ Person(s) attending: _____________________________________

All reservations must be prepaid. (Cancellations made after March 19th and no-shows will be billed.) Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 10


EPA’S NEW RENOVATION, REPAIR AND PAINTING RULE (RRP)

What is the new RRP Rule & how does this EPA regulation affect you? Thursday ~ March 22, 2012 8:00 a.m. ~ 5:00 p.m. 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael $185.00 Members ~ $250.00 Non-members This course will meet the EPA Training requirements for persons performing renovation in pre-1978 housing and child-care facilities. Students that complete the course will become Certified Renovators and know how to perform all work using lead-safe work practices. Students will also learn how to perform acceptance testing for their work. For reservations please complete and return this form with check made payable to: Marin Builders Association pay with Visa/Mastercard or pay online at our website www.marinba.org Company:____________________________Phone:___________ Person(s) attending: _____________________________________ (All reservations must be prepaid. No refunds after February 19th. ) Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 11


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Deadline Approaching to Claim Small Business Health Care Tax Credit BY Phil Vermeulen, Governmental Relations

Also In This Update • Department of Industrial Relations Creates Wage Theft Crime Unit • More New Bill Introductions

Deadline Approaching to Claim Small Business Health Care Tax Credit As the March 15 corporate tax filing deadline approaches, the California Chamber of Commerce is reminding small businesses to take advantage of the small business health care tax credit. The tax credit is part of the federal 2010 Affordable Care Act. California small businesses can review the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines to determine eligibility for the tax credit on the new business-oriented website, www. healthlawguideforbusiness.org. The website offers a “tax credit calculator” that helps employers estimate savings available under the law. About the Credit The small business health care tax credit helps small businesses and small tax-exempt organizations afford the cost of covering their employees. According to the IRS, small employers that pay at least half of the premium for employee health insurance coverage may be eligible for the small business health care tax credit. Small tax-exempt organizations also may qualify. The IRS reports that since April 2010, it has sent millions of postcards to small employers to let them know about the new small business health care tax credit and encourage them to check their eligibility. Even a business that didn’t receive a postcard still may be eligible. The credit is worth up to 35% of a small business’s premium costs (25% for tax-exempt employers). In 2014, this rate increases to 50% (35% for tax-exempt employers).

Qualifications To qualify, an employer must have fewer than the equivalent of 25 full-time workers (for example, an employer with fewer than 50 half-time workers may be eligible). A qualifying employer also must pay average annual wages below $50,000. The credit phases out gradually for firms with average wages between $25,000 and $50,000 and for firms with the equivalent of between 10 and 25 full-time workers. To determine if they qualify, businesses may use this three-step fact sheet from the IRS. Eligible small employers will use Form 8941 to calculate the credit. Additional information about eligibility requirements and calculating the credit can be found on the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit for Small Employers page of IRS.gov.

Department of Industrial Relations Creates Wage Theft Crime Unit The state Labor Commissioner has announced the creation of a Criminal Investigation Unit (CIU) to target employers who perpetrate “wage theft.” Generally, “wage theft” is a phrase used to refer to infractions of the California Labor Code involving the payment of wages to workers. Wage theft might refer to employers who fail to pay for all hours worked, fail to pay nonexempt employees overtime, fail to pay minimum wage or fail to properly classify workers as employees and report them to the various state and federal agencies. According to Labor Commissioner Julie Su, the new criminal unit “will be tasked with leveling the playing field for California employers by raising the stakes for those who underpay, underbid and under-report in violation of the law.” The goal is to protect workers and to allow companies that follow

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the law to compete. Cases to be handled by the CIU include: • • • • •

Workers’ compensation violations; Theft of labor (felony or misdemeanor); Payment of wages with bounced checks or insufficient funds; Kickbacks on public works projects; Violations involving minors on the job.

The CIU will conduct investigations, make arrests for Labor Code violations, file criminal charges and serve subpoenas and inspection warrants. The CIU will be made up of sworn peace officers who have completed the police academy and who qualify to carry firearms. Wage theft prevention certainly appears to be at the forefront of the Labor Commissioner’s agenda. In January, I reported that the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) also launched an interagency Labor Enforcement Task Force (LETF) to “combat the underground economy” by cracking down on businesses that do not follow the state’s labor laws — hiring employees off the books and paying them under the table.

More New Bill Introductions Picking up from where I left off last week, here are a few more “gems” that were just introduced: AB 1892 (Halderman R) Construction defects: homeowners. Summary: This bill would require the Department of Consumer Affairs to post information on its Internet Web site concerning a homeowner’s rights and responsibilities in bringing an action against a builder for construction defects.

Summary: Would address the current ability of a owner or prime contractor to disgorge all payments made to a contractor because his/her license was suspended during the course of the contract, by stating that if the CSLB re-instates the license retroactively to before the time of the suspension the affected contractor would have the ability to file a civil action to reclaim any and all money that was disgorged. AB 1960 (Dickinson D) State contracts: reports: lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender businesses. Summary: Current law governing public contracts requires the Department of Transportation to establish and administer a computerized databank containing a list of certified minority, women, and disadvantaged business enterprises. This bill would require the Department of Transportation to include, in that databank, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender businesses. AB 2021 (Wagner R) Works of improvement: disputed amounts. Sponsored Bill Summary: The current prompt pay provisions in the law do not define disputed amount. Consequently some owners and some prime contractors will “game” the system by claiming that costs on a job, for example, are disputed which, in-turn, allows them to withhold 150% of the disputed amount. This bill will define disputed amount. ______________________________________________

Employer Form For New Employees NOTICE TO EMPLOYEE - Labor Code Section 2810.5 To Be Revised - Hold Off Using Existing Form

AB 1901 (Jones R) Counties: construction projects: design-build. Summary: Current law, sunsets the ability of counties to utilize design/build for all construction projects over $2.5 million. This bill would make this law permanent and eliminate the $2.5 million floor, meaning that counties could utilize this process for any and all construction projects regardless of cost.

Back in early January, I reported that, despite our strong urgings to the contrary (as part of a large employer coalition), the governor signed into law AB 469 (Chapter 655, Statutes of 2011) which is known as the Wage Theft Protection Act of 2011. This new law took effect on January 1, 2012 and immediately began to cause major confusion and problems.

AB 1902 (Jones R) Publication: newspaper of general circulation: Internet Web site. Summary: Current law requires that various types of notices are provided in a newspaper of general circulation. Current law requires a newspaper of general circulation to meet certain criteria, including, among others, that it be published and have a substantial distribution to paid subscribers in the city, district, or judicial district in which it is seeking adjudication. This bill would provide that a newspaper that is available on an Internet Web site may also qualify as a newspaper of general circulation, provided that newspaper meets certain criteria.

Labor Code section 2810.5 was added by the bill which requires that all employers must provide each new hire with a “Notice to Employee” and accompanying FAQs. Below is the form that the Labor Commissioner issued which has caused all of the confusion . As you may recall, I also reported that I was participating in meetings with the Labor Commissioner’s office to try and rectify the problems.

AB 1920 (Berryhill, Bill R) Contractors: compensation. Sponsored Bill

Bob Roginson, who is a partner in the law firm of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, has given me the heads up that the revised form should be out within the next few weeks and to hold off providing the existing form to new hires until the revised form is in place. The minute I receive the updated form and FAQ, I will send it out to you. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact me either by email at: phil@pvgov.com or call me at (916) 784-7055

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Huffman Introduces Three Bills to Create Jobs and Stimulate California Economy SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Jared Huffman (D-San Ra-

wage manufacturing businesses and jobs, and to retain manufac-

fael) today announced the introduction of a package of bills to cre-

turing jobs and facilities as our homegrown companies grow and

ate jobs and stimulate economic recovery in California. The bills

expand. Numerous reports and surveys have identified delays in

are AB 1530, the Clean Manufacturing and Job Creation Incentive

acquiring and approving permits as a major deterrent to new and

Act; AB 1671, the Building Construction Jobs Act; and AB 2305,

expanding manufacturing businesses choosing to locate in Califor-

the Level Playing Field for Small Businesses Act.

nia. It can take far longer to receive permits in California, and in business, time is money.

“This must be the Legislature’s number one priority,” said Assemblymember Huffman. “Our economic recovery is too fragile,

“The manufacturing industry is vital to California’s economic re-

unemployment rates in California are still too high, and consumer

covery, providing high-wage jobs for skilled workers, and stimulat-

demand is sluggish. While we continue to face tough decisions to

ing growth in other sectors of the economy,” said Huffman.

balance the state budget, we are not powerless – we can still advance

“We sometimes hear that California’s strong environmental and

creative ideas to grow the economy. We can create opportunities to

workplace standards are to blame for the loss of manufacturing

get people back to work, improve the business climate to attract and

jobs. However, it is not our high standards that discourage

retain companies, and help protect the jobs and businesses we have

investment in California manufacturing; it is the delay and uncer-

here now. These three bills will do that.”

tainty that is often associated with our slow permitting and approval processes, and also the added cost of our property tax on

AB 1530, the Clean Manufacturing and Job Creation Incentive Act,

expensive manufacturing equipment. AB 1530 faces these issues

would create Clean Manufacturing Zones around the state to attract

head-on. By pre-permitting in these zones, and eliminating the tax

new manufacturing businesses to California and encourage existing

on new manufacturing equipment, we help address delay, uncer-

businesses to stay and grow, by eliminating regulatory delays and

tainty and cost issues in a way that will attract quality manufactur-

providing tax incentives to buy new manufacturing equipment and

ing jobs, without sacrificing any of our environmental protections.”

locate here in California. The second bill, AB 1671, the Building Construction Jobs Act, proCalifornia must compete with other states to attract high-skill, high-

hibits the Department of Transportation (Caltrans) from withhold-

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ing retention proceeds to its contractors when making progress payments

brand loyalty already exist (e.g., fast food restaurants and gas stations).

for work performed on any transportation project.

Using his or her own ingenuity and hard work, the franchisee builds the

Retention proceeds represent a percentage of the amount of a contract

brand locally and helps support the community with taxes and other

that is withheld from a

contributions. Franchisees employ hundreds of thousands of workers

progress payment by the public entity to the original contractor. Histori-

across the state. Unfortunately, abuses by some franchisors have resulted

cally, many government agencies like Caltrans withheld 10 percent of the

in small business franchisees losing everything trying to fight honest bat-

total contract price (called retentions) until all of the contractor’s work

tles against intentionally unfair practices.

on the project had been completed to the satisfaction of the government agency.

“Every year, we look for ways to improve the climate for small businesses, which are the economic backbone of our communities,” said

“California’s construction industry has experienced one of the worst eco-

Huffman. “This legislation will respect the importance and rights of fran-

nomic downturns in its history, with unemployment levels that have ex-

chisors while providing essential protections for thousands of small busi-

ceeded 30 percent statewide,” said Assembly member Huffman. “This

nesses throughout California so they can avoid bankruptcy and continue

bill will boost opportunities for California small businesses to bid on

creating jobs in our communities.”

valuable contracts for state transportation projects by ending a burdensome practice by Caltrans.”

“Franchisees often invest their life savings and look to their franchise businesses for their livelihoods,” said Peter Lagarias, a State Bar of Cali-

“The most important issue for any contractor is receiving prompt pay-

fornia Board of Legalization Certified Specialist in Franchise and Dis-

ment for work that he has satisfactorily performed,” said Phil Vermeu-

tribution Law. “They should not be subject to unfair terminations and

len, Legislative Advocate for the Marin Builders Association. “The profit

non-renewals following their investment and hard work. The result of

margin for virtually any project is razor thin due to the highly competitive

unfair franchise practices is not only the loss of the business but often

nature of bidding; therefore, the difference between surviving or going

financial ruin. This legislation will level the playing field and provide for

broke for many contractors often rests in the speed for which they receive

fair relationships with franchisors including protections from deceptive

their progress payments and ultimately their retention (final) payments.

and unfair practices.”

Assemblyman Huffman’s introduction of this bill will help ensure the viability of many contractors and other dependent businesses throughout

The first policy committee hearings for these bills will begin in the weeks

California.”

ahead.

The third bill, AB 2305, the Level Playing Field for Small Businesses

Assemblymember Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) represents the 6th As-

Act, helps protect an important type of small business that contributes

sembly District, which encompasses southern Sonoma County and all of

to local economies and communities throughout California. It requires

Marin County. First elected in 2006, Huffman chairs the Assembly Water,

franchisors to act professionally, competently and without fraud, and to

Parks and Wildlife Committee and also serves as Co-Chair of the Legis-

terminate franchise agreements fairly and for cause.

lative Environmental Caucus.

Franchises are a “business kit” in which the look, name recognition, and

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Kalb's Q&A for Contractors

By David Kalb & Shauna Krause, Capitol Services, Inc.

How a business or government agency got to where they are today is often called ‘institutional memory’ based on the recall of those who were there when these decisions were made. A recent call from a contractor regarding ‘specialty license classes’ sent me to ‘history’ class in finding an answer. Knowing how and where to look for those answers is what makes Capitol Services the expert in contractor’s licensing… Q: I have a question regarding licensing that no one seems to be able to answer. Sometime back the CSLB discontinued and then consolidated some “limited specialty licenses”. Particularly “D-15” (Furnaces) was consolidated to either General “A” engineering or “C-20” (HVAC). While logically I can see the “C-20” consolidation I cannot understand where the General “A” comes in. Any idea? A: Over the years, the CSLB has eliminated or consolidated a number of “C-61” Limited Specialty categories. For instance the “D-47” (Tennis court surfacing) category is now logically handled by the “C-12” (Earthwork and Paving) and, or the “A”. Likewise, floating residential docks, the“D-58”and Propane Gas Plants, the“D-57” were also placed under the “A”. I spoke to a former CSLB manager who was instrumental in making some of these “C-61” changes over 20 years ago. The reason why, in his recollection, is the Board consolidated the “D-15” under the “C-20” AND “A” because it was being used for licensing larger industrial furnaces or kilns, in addition to smaller consumer residential equipment. Your question prompted me to do some investigating and look at the history of the “C-61” (Limited Specialty) classification. According to a 1951 License Law and Reference Book, it was the established policy of the CSLB to place all classifications not otherwise listed into the “Classified Specialists Classification” (as it was then known). The Board was concerned that the construction industry had “untold specialized crafts requiring certain skills” and to establish all of these separately would have hampered and confused “the enforcement of restricting operations to a certain

classification”. For years, there apparently was only a loose accounting of these “classified specialists” and very little formal written documentation. Basically there was a file with notes on the “C-61” categories that had been issued. The Registrar in the 1980’s wanted to bring some rhyme and reason to the process as well as eliminate or “subsume” a number of the “D” listings that could be handled by more established classifications. This ‘history’ ultimately resulted in what you see today. There still is a “C-61”/”D-64” (Non-specialized) classification, which acts as a catchall for very limited crafts and new products that simply cannot fit anywhere else. These are assigned on a caseby-case basis. Q: I work for a Municipal Utility District that trains and utilizes its own employees for traffic control measures. Do you know if we’re exempt from the “C-31” licensing/certification? A: Yes, as Shauna discovered, detailed in B&P Code Section 7040, public agencies are exempt from contractor’s licensing requirements including the “C-31” (Construction zone traffic control) classification if they are using their own employees within the scope of entity’s official capacity. While knowledge is power, knowing where to go for the answers is half the battle. Get expert assistance immediately when you call 866-443-0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 580, Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns at www.cutredtape.com.

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CSLB Industry Bulletin: Contractors Who “Cheat to Compete” Face Stiff Penalties New partnership targets offenders in the multi-billion dollar underground economy

SACRAMENTO - The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) already is seeing results from a new multi-agency partnership that targets individuals who are breaking the law and making it increasingly difficult for law-abiding licensed contractors to compete for business. CSLB estimates that on any given day, tens of thousands of licensed contractors and unlicensed operators are breaking the law and contributing to the state’s underground economy. These individuals and companies will be at the top of the Labor Enforcement Task Force (LETF) target list. LETF, which was launched January 1, 2012, is comprised of investigators from CSLB, the Department of Industrial Relations, Employment Development Department, and Board of Equalization, in collaboration with the Insurance Commissioner and Attorney General’s Office. Partners have broadened information-sharing and the use of new enforcement technology to improve the way they target businesses in the underground economy. “Contractors need to understand that they can’t cheat to compete,” said CSLB Registrar Steve Sands. “By combining our resources and sharing information like never before, we will target and find the worst offenders, licensed or not.” Teams of investigators are already working side-by-side and have conducted 16 targeted enforcement operations throughout the state since January 2012 that have resulted in dozens of citations and thousands of dollars in fines. The operations are not limited to weekdays; at least one operation has taken place on a weekend and more are on the calendar. A recent operation in Orange County resulted in administrative actions against a long-time illegal operator. Benito German Lopez Cruz, 47, of Orange, is believed to have underbid legitimate contractors on plastering jobs by hundreds of thousands of dollars during the past several years. A CSLB investigator cited Lopez for contracting without a license and failing to secure workers’ compensation insurance for three employees who were working with him. The citation comes with $4,500 in fines. The Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Labor Standards Enforcement issued Lopez a stop order (that prohibits the use of

employee labor until they are covered by workers’ compensation insurance) and citations for $7,750 in fines for failure to carry workers’ compensation and for paying employees in cash. Lopez also will be audited by the Employment Development Department. A criminal case settled last week highlights the severe consequences of these types of business and contracting violations. On February 24, 2012, Michael Amzie Holley, 43, of Murrieta, was sentenced to one year in jail and ordered to pay $510,000 in restitution for failing to provide workers’ compensation insurance for an injured employee and failing to pay insurance premiums for unclaimed employees who were paid in cash. In 2009, CSLB revoked the contractor license of So Cal Roofing Company (#797707), owned by Holley. The criminal activity came to light after an incident in March 2003, when one of Holley’s employees fell off of a roof and was injured. When that employee filed a workers’ compensation insurance claim, Holley denied that the injured employee worked for him. He also had filed paperwork with CSLB certifying that he had no employees. According to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, in February 2010 Holley agreed to plead guilty to multiple felony counts associated with insurance and tax fraud. Holley purchased a minimum workers’ compensation policy from the State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF) and failed to state that he employed subcontractors, paid workers in cash to hide the fact that So Cal Roofing Company had workers, hired unlicensed employees, and leased employees from other companies. He received insurance based on his false declarations, allowing him to underpay his insurance premiums. In addition, to hide the fraud and to avoid paying state taxes, Holley failed to file an accurate tax return. In addition to construction, LETF addresses illegal activity in the agricultural, automotive, garment, restaurant, and warehouse industries

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SAFETY FIRST: Arc Blasts Arc Blasts Can Be Instant Fire Starters Dealing with high voltage while performing electrical work can be very dangerous and, when things go wrong, the results can be catastrophic. Of such events, arc blasts are near the top of the list when it comes to the most hazardous. Arc blasts send a luminous, high voltage current through the air which can reach temperatures well over 30,000 degrees. At such high temperatures, an arc blast can not only cause severe injury or death but can also present a serious fire hazard. That is why it is extra important to recognize such risks and prepare for them in a way that ensures the safety of yourself and those around you. Hazards of Arc Blasts There are three primary hazards associated with an arc-blast: 1. Arcing gives off thermal radiation (heat) and intense light, which can cause severe burns. Several factors affect the degree of injury, includ¬ing the area of skin exposed and type of clothing worn. 2. A high-voltage arc can produce a considerable pressure wave blast. A person 2 feet away from a 25,000-amp arc feels a force of about 480 pounds on the front of the body. The pressure wave can throw the victim away from the arc-blast and can cause serious ear damage and memory loss due to concussion. 3. A high-voltage arc can cause the copper and alumi¬num components in electrical equipment to melt. These droplets of molten metal can be thrown great distances by the pressure wave. Although these droplets harden rapidly, they can still be hot enough to cause

serious burns or cause ordinary clothing and nearby materials to catch fire, even at distances of 10 feet or more. Protect Against Arc Blasts By using the appropriate control methods the risk of arc blast can be greatly reduced. • De-energize any equipment that needs to be worked on. Never use convenience or time constraint as an excuse for not turning the power off. • Use lockout/tagout practices to prevent accidental startup while you are performing work. • Test voltage before starting work to ensure that equipment has been deenergized. • Use the proper personal protective equipment such as voltage-regulated gloves, fire resistant clothing and a face shield. Always use PPE in addition to other safety controls. • If you must work with live power make sure that the immediate area is clear of any flammable materials or explosive vapors or gases that could ignite in the event of an arc. Extinguishing Electrical Fires If a fire does break out as a result of an arc blast or other electrical malfunction it is important to respond with the proper fire control method. • Use only fire extinguisher with a Class C rating on electrical fires. Extinguishers meant for other materials may make electrical fires worse. • Never use water to stop an electrical fire. • If the fire is beyond your ability to control, call 911 immediately.

Not only do arc blasts have the potential to cause severe injury or death, but they pose a serious fire hazard. Use the proper safety controls to reduce the risk of arc blasts in your day-to-day operations. THIS FLYER IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, AND IS NOT INTENDED AS MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE. CONTENT © 2007-2010 ZYWAVE, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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La seguridad ante todo: Arc Blasts

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Explosiones del arco pueden ser titulares de fuego instantánea Tratamiento de alta tensión en el desempeño de trabajos de electricidad puede ser muy peligroso y, cuando las cosas van mal, los resultados pueden ser catastróficos. Por tales hechos, las explosiones de arco se encuentran cerca de la parte superior de la lista cuando se trata de los más peligrosos. Explosiones de arco enviar una corriente luminosa, de alto voltaje a través del aire, que puede alcanzar temperaturas de más de 30.000 grados. A temperaturas tan altas, un arco eléctrico no sólo puede causar lesiones graves o la muerte, pero también puede representar un peligro serio de incendio. Es por eso que es extraordinariamente importante tener en cuenta estos riesgos y prepararse para ellos en una forma que se garantice la seguridad de usted y quienes le rodean. Los peligros de las explosiones de arco Hay tres peligros principales asociados con la explosión de un arco: 1. El arco eléctrico emite radiación térmica (calor) y la luz intensa, que puede causar quemaduras graves. Varios factores afectan el grado de lesión, incluyendo ¬ ción de la zona de la piel expuesta y el tipo de ropa usada. 2. Un arco de alta tensión puede producir una explosión onda de presión considerable. Una persona 2 metros de distancia de un arco de 25.000 amperios siente una fuerza de alrededor de 480 libras en la parte frontal del cuerpo. La onda de presión puede lanzar a la víctima lejos del arco de la explosión y puede causar graves daños en el oído y pérdida de memoria debido a la conmoción cerebral.

3. Un arco de alta tensión puede hacer que el cobre y alumi ¬ num componentes en los equipos eléctricos para fundir. Estas gotitas de metal fundido pueden ser lanzados a grandes distancias por la onda de presión. A pesar de estas gotitas se endurezca rápidamente, aún pueden ser lo suficientemente caliente como para causar quemaduras graves o causar la ropa ordinaria y de los materiales cercanos a incendiarse, incluso a distancias de 10 pies o más. Protección contra explosiones de arco Mediante el uso de los métodos de control apropiados el riesgo de explosión del arco se puede reducir considerablemente. • Desconecte la alimentación de los equipos que necesita ser trabajado. No utilice nunca la conveniencia o limitación de tiempo, como una excusa para no apagar la unidad. • El uso de bloqueo / etiquetado prácticas para evitar el arranque accidental mientras está realizando el trabajo. • Tensión de prueba antes de comenzar el trabajo para asegurar que el equipo ha estado libre de tensión. • Utilice el equipo de protección personal, tales como tensión regulados guantes, ropa resistente al fuego y una careta. Siempre use PPE, además de otros controles de seguridad. • Si tiene que trabajar con el poder en vivo asegurarse de que el área inmediata está libre de cualquier material o vapores inflamables o gases explosivos que pueden encenderse en el caso de un arco.

Extinción de incendios por causas eléctricas Si un incendio se llega a ella como consecuencia de una explosión de arco o un mal funcionamiento eléctrico otra parte, es importante responder con el método de control de incendios adecuado. • Utilice sólo extintor de incendios con una calificación de clase C en materia de incendios eléctricos. Los extintores destinados a otros materiales puede hacer que los fuegos eléctricos peor. • Nunca utilice agua para detener un incendio eléctrico. • Si el fuego está más allá de su capacidad de controlar, llame al 911 inmediatamente.

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PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED PERMITS ISSUED FOR WEEK ENDING TUESDAY, APRIL 10TH, 2012 Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Marshall &Co. DE MELLO ROOFING 47 Madrone Park Cir Mill Valle 048-082-05 (53) Re-Roof LCaufield Robert L & ARMSTRONG INSTALLATION SE 311 Cardinal Ct Mill Valley 052-041-17 (53) Re-Roof Bowen Julie W OWNER 16 Fay Dr Kentfield 071-191-35 (21-0/0&12) Addit Dentkos Stanley P Tr VALENTINE BUILDERS INC 14 Ivy Ln Woodacre 172-191-32 (22-0/0) Remodel Barry Camilla /Tr/ APPERSON HOOG & ASSOC. 334 Shoreline Hwy Mill Valley 050-231-15 (23) Repair To Se Bernard Osher Jewish Co DOWNING HEATING & A.C. 180 N San Pedro Rd San Rafael 180-281-35 (51) Heat Pump Dickson Michael SUMMIT PROFESSIONAL BUILD 424 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 047-112-60 (21--0/0,12) Addi The Barn Project Llc OWNER 80 Fourth Street (Aka 65 Third 119-224-10 (52) (50) (92)New Jeannette Daniel & MODERN METHOD ROOFING CO, 16 Baytree Rd San Rafael 179-261-39 (530 Reroof Roberts Alison J ABRIL ROOFING CO 34 Oak Mountain Ct San Rafael 164-381-06 (53) Re-Roof Krone Mary G ABRIL ROOFING CO 801 Appleberry Dr San Rafael 164-034-01 (53) Re-Roof Sosa M Antonio & Linnea ABRIL ROOFING CO 637 Appleberry Dr San Rafael 164-073-15 (53) Re-Roof Tin Richard N & ABRIL ROOFING CO 58 Mt Whitney Dr San Rafael 164-383-01 (53) Re-Roof Smith John T Tr & SOLAR CITY CORP 5 Luzanne Cir San Anselmo 176-062-02 (60) Photovoltaic Malik Michael J & REAL GOODS SOLAR, MARIN 546 Idylberry Rd San Rafael 164-094-03 (60) Pv System Cretti Carolyn L Tr Etal KEN HAHN CONSTRUCTION 69 San Pablo Ave, Unit A San R 179-301-10 (12) Replace Fi Western Athletic Clubs MONUMENT CONSTRUCTION 235 Bon Air Rd Kentfield 022-010-33 (32) Interior Com Sjovik Knut /Tr/ & OWNER/BUILDER 20 Green Point Ln Novato 143-210-98 (60) Photovoltaic

Value $16,350 $18,000 $80,000 $200,000 $46,000 $11,735 $450,000 $45,000 $12,000 $16,500 $16,500 $12,950 $15,300 $20,000 $39,300 $10,200 $100,000 $19,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Building Permit Applications Received for Processing Week Ending: Saturday, March 10th, 2012 Address Owner 45 Verissimo Dr Novato 100 SEAdrift Rd Stinson Beach 11 Rock Rd Kentfield 180 Montezuma Ave Forest Knolls 608 Laguna Rd Mill Valley 198 Hawthornden Way Inverness 938 Greenhill Rd Mill Valley 110 Del Oro Lagoon Novato 1185 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 1124 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 1110 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 16 Baytree Rd San Rafael

Work Value Mieritz Jakob K & Cobb Mary A Tr Newsom Jennifer S Lauter Elizabeth R Hall Bryan & Jamberry Llc Ballard Nathan & Hellmold Steffen & Bollini Richard P Ii & Koslosky Charles W & Gaebe Andrew & Jeannette Daniel &

(60) Pv System Roof Mounted (22) Remodel And Skylites 21,22--0/1) Addiotn And Remod (21--0/1,12) Sunroom And Off (55) Voluntary Foundation U (12,13) Deck And Porch (21-22-0/2,13) (13) Deck (21-22--0/1) Remodel And Addi (60) Roof Mounted Pv System (12) Garage (530 Reroof

$30,000 $135,000 $300,000 $60,000 $16,000 $22,500 $138,000 $40,000 $375,000 $30,000 $24,240 $12,000

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PERMITS

CITY OF MILL VALLEY PERMITS

Date

Owner

Contractor

Address

Type

Value

2/3/2016

MADDEN JAMES L & DIANNE J

Nonpariel Construction

27 MESA AVE

Remodel

$10,000

2/3/2016

Robert Killian LTR

33 W Blithedale Ave

Remodel

$25,000

2/8/2016

NORRIS GREGORY M /TR/ &

Harney Construction, Inc.

110 E Blithedale Ave

Remodel

$50,000

2/8/2016

Peter and Brittany Olsen

Rossetti & Sons Construction

20 Vasco Dr.

Remodel

$50,000

2/10/2016

GORDON JEFFREY & DIANE TRUST

8 Chaucer Ct

Remodel

$26,000

2/15/2016

ROBERT COHEN & AMY APPLE

Camello, Inc.

52 AMICITA AVE

Remodel

$23,500

2/15/2016

SNELL JASON &

Hettrich Construction

59 Meadow Rd

Remodel

$32,000

2/15/2016

Matthew Horsfall

Burns Builders

17 HILL ST

Remodel

$160,000

2/16/2016

STORES SAFEWAY

Midstate Construction

1 Camino Alto

Remodel

$175,000

2/17/2016

Dan Kahn

7 HEUTERS LN

Repair

$10,000

2/17/2016

WILLIAM C. & CARI C. LHS Construction DAUPHINAIS

335 MOLINO AVE

Remodel

$13,000

2/17/2016

VAN ACKER GARY E TR

Sausalito Construction

173 THROCKMORTON AVE

New

$215,000

2/17/2016

ALTO CENTER ASSOCIATES

National Contractors 743 E BLITHEDALE AVE Inc.

New

$249,700

2/22/2016

Erica Abrams

John Wagner Construction

133 BUENA VISTA AVE

Remodel

$10,500

2/22/2016

Mark and Anna Abramson

Custom Exteriors Inc.

39 MILLAY PL

Replace

$18,850

2/22/2016

Phillip Darney and Uta Landy

Luminalt Solar Energy Solutions

49 Marlin Ave

Solar

$29,214

2/22/2016

Piazza D\’Angelo

22 Miller Ave

Install

$45,000

2/24/2016

DI CAMILLO MARK J / SolarCity TR/ &

77 CORNELIA AVE

Solar

$16,500

2/24/2016

GIANNINI DAVID T / TR/ &

JAC Construction

650 E BLITHEDALE AVE

Replace

$20,000

2/29/2016

KOENIG FRANCES

Rescue Rooter

274 LOVELL AVE

Repair

$10,000

2/29/2016

FERROGGIARO ELOISE M TR

112 MILLER AVE

Remodel

$24,000

2/29/2016

Ewa Bauer

250 MARLIN AVE

Remodel

$30,000

3/1/2016

MC NEIL FAMILY TRUST - 2000 ETAL

221 LOVELL AVE

Repair

$32,500

Wyatt Construction

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PERMITS

CITY OF NOVATO PERMITS

Issue Date Owner 02.28.12

BENNETT GARY C & SUSAN C 2011

Issue Date Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

LIC.CONTRACT. HIRED BY OWNER

20 SAGE GROUSE RD

WINDOW

$13,000

CITY OF SAN RAFAEL PERMITS Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

02.28.12

LEDERMAN NITA B TR

Jack Mosher Construction

90 PLEASANT LN

ALTER-SFD

$132,500

02.28.12

MEYERS JAMES Y TR &

PETERSEN-DEAN INC

75 CHULA VISTA DR

ALTER-SFD

$14,900

02.28.12

FREEMAN BURT /TR/ &

Charles Window & door

9 BEDFORD CV

ALTER-SFD

$14,627

02.29.12

VOLK STEVEN C &

Peter Shamray

47 FOWLER CT

ALTER-SFD

$66,000

03.01.12

REHER KEVIN

Hakewill Construction

60 BAY WAY

ALTER-SFD

$49,960

03.01.12

SCHMITZ JACK B / TR/ &

Cogliandro Construction

948 PATRICIA WAY

ALTER-SFD

$21,000

03.01.12

HOGG JAMES A & AMY E

Owner builder

17 HARCOURT ST

ALTERAPARTMENTS

$10,000

03.01.12

BLUMENTHAL STEVE J /T

Marin County Roofing

435 DU BOIS ST

ALTERCOMMERCIAL

$40,000

03.02.12

BESPHIL & CO (U S) LTD

Overland Contracting

899 NORTHGATE DR Roof

ALTERCOMMERCIAL

$45,000

03.05.12

BOWMAN MICHAEL & WI

20 TWIN OAKS AVE

ALTER-SFD

$200,000

03.05.12

BREAUX RANDY

BREAUX RANDY

1030 LAS OVEJAS AVE

ALTER-SFD

$51,490

03.05.12

MATTESON JANET / TR

Able Roofing Company

337 CLORINDA AVE

ALTER-SFD

$10,500

03.05.12

MEYERS JAMES Y TR ETAL

PETERSEN-DEAN INC

301 G ST

ALTER-SFD

$14,900

TOWN OF CORTE MADERA PERMITS

Issue Date Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

03.01.12

Nordstroms

Kimley-Horn & Associates

1900 Redwood Hwy

Demo

$26,196

03.05.12

Doherty, Wendy

290 Corte Madera Ave

Remodel

$75,000

03.05.12

Corte Madera Village

1640 Redwood Hwy

Demo

$200,000

03.06.12

Voy, Chris

122 Crescent Rd

Remodel

$20,000

Gensler

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PERMITS

TOWN OF SAN ANSELMO PERMITS

Date

Owner

Contractor

Address

Type

Value

02.01.12

Mitchell

REC Solar

55 Oakwood Ct

Solar

$21,000

02.07.12

Warner

Owner builder

49 El Cerrito Ave

Remodel

$16,500

02.07.12

Vidinsky

Crome Architecture

27 Humboldt Ave

Remodel

$60,000

02.08.12

Town of San Anselmo

Hannibal’s

550 San Francisco Blvd

Install

$14,898

02.08.12

Schneider

Block Builders

53 Miwok Dr

Replace

$10,000

02.08.12

Halmos

Unknown

67 Yolanda Dr

Windows

$30,000

02.09.12

Lucas

Van Acker

111 Redhill Ave

Demo

$30,000

02.09.12

Callaghan

Owner builder

17 Bella Vista

Repair

$12,000

02.12.12

Eager

Armstrong Installation

36 Sir Francisc Drake

Reroof

$11,000

02.13.12

Houchen

Petersen Dean

9 Carlson Ave

Reroof

$14,750

02.16.12

Jones & Mayer

O’Connell Plumbing

12 Austin Ave

Remodel

$10,000

02.22.12

Dennison

REC Solar

50 Oakwood Court

Solar

$21,000

02.23.12

Greeley

35 Carolina Ave

Window, Remodel

$100,000

02.27.12

Cotter & Tyson

Nick Calder

62 Forbes Ave

Remodel

$26,167

02.27.12

Gomez

Rescue Rooter

25 Avenue Del Norte

Replace

$12,000

02.28.12

Dick

Marin Sheetmetal

343 Butterfield Rd

Replace

$10,000

02.28.12

Thompson

26 Alder Ave

Remodel

$225,000

02.29.12

Bennett

67 Yolanda Dr

Remodel

$45,000

Levine Design

TOWN OF TIBURON PERMITS Issue Date Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

03.01.12

Binzer & Ou

Owner builder

83 East View Avenue

Replace

$10,000

03.05.12

Ansari

Owner builder

2 Las Palmas Way

Secondary

$50,000

03.05.12

Akhaven

Joe Doerr

4030 Paradise Drive

Remodel

$107,840

03.07.12

Lavine

American Solar

4 McCart Court

Install

$36,000

03.08.12

Tint

Solarcity Corp

123 Sugar Loaf Drive

Solar

$55,000

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

02/28/2012

NORTH FACE (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0012114

02/28/2012

NORTHERN SUN ASSOCIATES INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0012114

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

03/02/2012

BELARDO TERRACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

PALMER ANASTASIA (O)

LIEN

2012-0013554

03/02/2012

MEADOWS OF TERRA LINDA HOA (E)

EPSTEIN JULIETTE R (O)

LIEN

2012-0013556

03/02/2012

MEADOWS OF TERRA LINDA HOA (E)

MADRID TIMOTHY R (O)

LIEN

2012-0013556

03/02/2012

WESTERN OAKS VILLAGE ASSOCIATION (E)

GRAHAM JAMES (O)

LIEN

2012-0013585

LIENS

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

02/27/2012

YOSHIZAWA HIDEO (E)

PACHECO VALLE WOODS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0011988

02/28/2012

VICTOR FAMILY LIVING TRUST (E)

MARINERO CONDOMINIUM HOA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0012234

02/28/2012

VICTOR RENOLD RAY /TR/ (E)

MARINERO CONDOMINIUM HOA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0012234

02/28/2012

VICTOR WILHELMINA CHRISTINE /TR/ (E)

MARINERO CONDOMINIUM HOA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0012234

02/29/2012

KOBETSKY KELLY (E)

SHELTER RIDGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0012807

03/01/2012

CENTURY LAURA (E)

WRIGHT BROS SUPPLY (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013134

03/01/2012

UNKRICH LEE (E)

WRIGHT BROS SUPPLY (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013134

03/01/2012

SCHAEFER JAMES DAVID (E)

WHITENER TOMMIE W (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013323

03/01/2012

SCHAEFER JD (E)

WHITENER TOMMIE W (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013323

03/02/2012

HANSSON MIKE O (E)

SAN ANSELMO TOWN (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013481

03/02/2012

HANSSON MIKE O (E)

TOWN OF SAN ANSELMO (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013481

03/02/2012

NAVARRO RICHARD J (E)

SONOMA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013500

03/02/2012

PALMER ANASTASIA (E)

BELARDO TERRACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013553

03/02/2012

STACK PADRAIG ANTHONY (E)

WHISKEY SPRINGS CONDOMINIUMS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0013551

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

02/27/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

FORD STEPHANNIE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012021

02/27/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ALLEN DAWN V (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012022

02/27/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TEMPLE MATT (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012023

02/27/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

FREED MICHAEL (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012024

02/27/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HANCOCK EDEN J (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012025

02/27/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TOTTY TRUDY L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012026

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC KENNA SHARON C (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012095

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DISTEFANO AMY (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012096

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DISTEFANO RICHARD (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012096

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

RATTO STEVE C (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012097

TAX LIENS

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Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PATTERSON MICHELE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012098

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LA HACIENDA TAQUERIA-NOVATO (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012099

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SAHAGUN JOSE MANUEL (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012099

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WOLMAN WILLIAM B (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012100

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

POINT REYES PRINTING COMPANY INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012101

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

THORSSON GLEN (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012102

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

THORSSONS AUTO BODY (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012102

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PETTY JOHN R JR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012103

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PETTY JOHN R JR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012337

02/28/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

RUSSELL MARY LOUISE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012338

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

FITZGERALD HENRY D (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012899

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HAYES ROBERT S (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012900

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

LEBRASSEUR RICHARD J JR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012901

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MILLER PAUL R (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012902

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HOFFMAN LINDA J (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012903

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SALTER LINDA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012904

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ROWLEY MARILYN R DUDLEY (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012905

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BUDDIE RAYMOND (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0012906

02/29/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

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2012-0012907

02/29/2012

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KIER ROBERT H (O)

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2012-0012908

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SULLIVAN TERRANCE P (O)

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2012-0012909

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WADE SHERYL (O)

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2012-0012910

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ENGEBRECHT RICHARD E (O)

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2012-0012911

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SMITH YALE (O)

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2012-0012912

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DWYER MARY J (O)

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2012-0012913

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SMITH ARTHUR (O)

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2012-0012914

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KARG TRACY L (O)

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2012-0012915

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THOMPSON TYRONE (O)

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JIMENEZ RUEBEN (O)

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2012-0012917

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COLLIVER TAUMAS (O)

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POSTHUMA THEODORE F (O)

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2012-0012919

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RIVAS ROBERT (O)

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2012-0012920

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PARKE ERIC D (O)

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SHANNON BRIAN (O)

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KERR SUSAN E (O)

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GLIMDAKIS NIKOS (O)

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THOMAS NANCY E (O)

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MIRA RAMON A (O)

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DITLEFSEN CHARLES E (O)

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MARTIN DAVID F (O)

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03/01/2012

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MARRIOTT TRACY F (O)

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JIMENEZ ALICIA J (O)

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MAZARIEGOS ARIEL (O)

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2012-0013006

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CARLYLE DAVID (O)

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2012-0013007

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SIERRA RONIE (O)

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2012-0013008

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ARREOLATORRES JORGE (O)

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2012-0013009

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SANG YAN (O)

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2012-0013010

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BRONEAU MICHAEL (O)

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2012-0013011

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NICHOLS LANCE D (O)

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2012-0013017

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MC ALLISTER BEN (O)

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2012-0013018

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CUANGEO FLORDELIZA (O)

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2012-0013019

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TYREE VIRGINIA L (O)

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2012-0013020

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BECHTHOLD JOYCE C (O)

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2012-0013021

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BECHTHOLD KIM (O)

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2012-0013021

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FLANNERY BEEF LLC (O)

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2012-0013264

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303 HARBOR L L C (O)

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2012-0013265

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R SCOTT SPANN & ASSOCIATES INC (O)

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2012-0013266

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UNISPHERE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION (O)

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2012-0013267

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DREVER JANICE E (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0013601

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DREVER MAXWELL B (O)

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2012-0013601

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JENSEN DEBORAH R (O)

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2012-0013602

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Project Bid Schedule

PROJECT BID SCHEDULE Bid List Subject to Change Prior To Bid Date, Please Check With Association

Friday, March 09, 2012 SAINT JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH ADDITION-NEW ACTIVITY ROOM

Plan#: 104 PETALUMA 12-00104 FULL CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDING ADDITION FOR CLASSROOM/ACTIVITY ROOM AND ALSO REMODEL A BATHROOM (S) BEGINNING APRIL 1, 2012. Project Type: REMODEL 3:00 PM Bid Date: 3/9/2012 Addenda: 0 Prebid Visit: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Contact: SONOMA - MARIN CONSTRUCTION 707-763-6981

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Pacific Test & Balance, LLC

Fax

707-696-1630 707-255-1930

Monday, March 12, 2012 ON-CALL ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

Plan#: 94

ALAMEDA

Bid Date: 3/12/2012

2:00 PM

12-00094

Project Type: ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

Addenda: 0 Contact: ALAMEDA, CITY OF, PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. 510-747-7942

Tuesday, March 13, 2012 REPLACEMENT OF MOTORIZED STATION SECURITY ACCESS GRILLES

OAKLAND AND SAN 12-00053 FRANCISCO REMOVE AND REPLACE 48 EXISTING ENTRANCE GRILLES AT DOWNTOWN OAKLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO STATIONS WITH HIGH SECURITY GRILLES, INCLUDING KEY SWITCHES, PROVIDING TEMPORARY FIRE RESISTANT PLYWOOD BARRIERS AND REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF ASBESTOS CONTAINING INSUL Project Type: REPLACEMENT Bid Date: 3/13/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 151K-110 Est. Cost: $1800000to $2400000 Prebid Conf: 2/14/12 9:00 AM Contact: BART 510-464-6550 Plan#: 53

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Alten Construction Inc CF CONTRACTING KCK Builders RODAN BUILDERS, INC. WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Phone 510-234-4200 415-721-7160 415-559-9312 650-508-1700 415-456-8972

Fax 510-234-4474 415-296-6437 415-453-9250 650-508-1705 415-459-0665

CAMPUS BOULEVARD, LAS POSITAS COLLEGE

LIVERMORE 12-00066 Plan#: 66 CLASS "B" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 3/13/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 2 3/6/2012 Ref #: 12-06 Prebid Conf: MAND 2/14/12 10:00 AM Contact: CHABOT-LAS POSITAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 925-485-5287

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

B & B GENERAL ENGINEERING 530-277-7305 & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BC CONSTRUCTION 209-531-1252 BOLLO CONSTRUCTION, INC. 916-372-6266 Cal Pacific Construction - SF 415-824-8871 CALSTATE CONSTRUCTION 510-657-1800 Diede Construction 209-369-8255 GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 CO M C I Engineering, Inc. 209-472-1607 Parc Services, Inc. 925-371-4610 Suarez & Munoz Construction,510-782-6065 Inc. Zovich Construction 510-784-1273

Fax 530-237-1798 209-531-1254 916-372-7751 415-824-8867 510-657-1810 209-368-0600 707-585-1601 209-472-1859 925-606-8704 510-782-6078 510-784-0173

BUENA VISTA AND PARKSIDE DRIVE INTERSECTION SRTS PROJECT

WALNUT CREEK 12-00096 Plan#: 96 TREE REMOVAL, INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM, EXCAVATION AND GRADING, CONCRETE SIDEWALK, HMA PAVING, MODULAR CONCRETE BLOCK RETAINING WALL, FENCING, TRAFFIC STRIPING, UTILITY RELOCATION, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND STREET LIGHTING Project Type: SITE IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 3/13/2012 2:30 PM Est. Cost: $564000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 10-07 Contact: WALNUT CREEK, CITY OF, PSD 925-943-5899

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

B&M Builders Inc. 916-817-8818 916-000-0000 Legg, Inc. 925-605-4500 925-605-4510 STORMWATER SPECIALISTS 707-280-2510 916-405-4180

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Project Bid Schedule INSTALLATION OF SKYLIGHT SHADING SYSTEM AT THE LYNWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Plan#: 97 NOVATO 12-00097 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION, INSTALLATION OF MOTORIZED SKYLIGHT SHADES, ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL, MISC. FINISHES AND PAINTING Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 3/13/2012 1:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 227-6200-05812 Prebid Conf: 2/21/12 1:00 PM Contact: NOVATO UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST 415-885-5873 Contact: NOVATO UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST 415-898-2859 Contact: MARSHALL/LEE, INC. ARCHITECTS 415-885-5873

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING FRC Inc Murray Building MURRAY BUILDING INC Ridgeview Builders Inc

415-721-7160 707-782-9143 707-939-9001 707-939-9001 707-537-8861

Fax 415-296-6437 707-782-9141 707-939-9048 707-939-9048 707-537-8954

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 RFQ-RECOAT ROOF AT MSCN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Plan#: 106

SANTA ROSA

12-00106

Project Type: COATING Bid Date: 3/14/2012 5:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 12-06 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/7/12 10:30 AM Contact: SANTA ROSA, CITY OF, PURCHASING OFFICE 707-5433709

ESER 1 FIRE STATION NO. 28 ROOF REPLACEMENT

12-00116 NEW Plan#: 116 SAN FRANCISCO ROOF REPLACEMENT INCLUDING DEMOLITION AND INSTALLATION, DECKING, BATHROOM FANS AND ALL OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: REROOFING Bid Date: 3/14/2012 2:30 PM Est. Cost: $150000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 7431A-1 Prebid Conf: 3/6/12 2:00 PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO DPW 415-557-4707

MARINA DEVELOPMENT SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS

RODEO 12-00067 Plan#: 67 190 LF BORE AND JACK CROSSING UNDER A RAILWAY AND INST. 1163 LF OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 97 LF OF OPEN CUT TRENCH, 876 LF OF PILOT TUBE MICROTUNNEL CONSTRUCTION AND 6 SEWER MANHOLES Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 3/14/2012 1:00 PM Addenda: 1 3/7/2012 Contact: CAROLLO ENGINEERS 925-932-1710

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Hess Construction Company, 707-552-7931 707-552-3988 Inc. STORMWATER SPECIALISTS 707-280-2510 916-405-4180

STORM DAMAGE REPAIR SAN GERONIMO VALLEY DRIVE M.P. 0.75

MARIN COUNTY 12-00080 Plan#: 80 WORK INCLUDES INSTALLATION OF A CAST-IN-DRILLED HOLE RETAINING WALL. CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED. Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 3/14/2012 4:00 PM Addenda: 1 3/6/2012 Ref #: 2007-12 Est. Cost: $150000 Contact: MARIN COUNTY DEPT. OF PUB WORKS 415-499-7877

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc Sonoma County Builders Wildcat Engineering

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376 707-837-2997 707-838-9954 707-763-3001 707-763-3167

Thursday, March 15, 2012 TREASURE ISLAND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT LIME SLUDGE STABILIZATION AND DEWATERING IMPROVEMENTS

Plan#: 40 SAN FRANCISCO 12-00040 ABANDON EXISTING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESS AND REPLACE WITH A LIME SLUDGE STABILIZATION PACKAGED PROCESS SYSTEM AND UPGRADE THE DEWATERING PROCESS TO PRODUCE A CLASS "A" BIOSOLID Project Type: WASTEWATER Bid Date: 3/15/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $2200000 Addenda: 3 3/2/2012 Ref #: WW-517 Prebid Conf: 2/9/12 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 415551-4603

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING Mission City Rebar, Inc Pacific Test & Balance, LLC

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 925-449-6999 925-447-8797 707-696-1630 707-255-1930

NEW CRISIS RESIDENTIAL FACILITY AT 20 ALLEN STREET, MARTINEZ FOR THE HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT, C

MARTINEZ 12-00045 Plan#: 45 PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS ONLY Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 3/15/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 2/29/2012 Ref #: WW0683 Est. Cost: $3200000 Prebid Conf: 2/11/12 10:00 AM Contact: CONTRA COSTA COUNTY 925-313-7200

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Alten Construction Inc 510-234-4200 CEILING EXPERTS 916-225-5097 J. H. Fitzmaurice Company, Inc. 510-444-7561 Mission City Rebar, Inc 925-449-6999 Pacific Test & Balance, LLC 707-696-1630 Quercus, Inc. dba Live Oak 707-446-3272 Landscape Construction Thompson Construction Group, 510-597-8282 The YOUNGER GENERAL 916-631-8000 CONTRACTORS, INC.

Fax 510-234-4474 916-987-5741 510-444-1344 925-447-8797 707-255-1930 707-446-6062 510-597-8270 916-631-8293

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Project Bid Schedule Friday, March 16, 2012 NEW CLASSROOM AND CAFETERIA BUILDING PROJECT AT HAVENSCOURT MIDDLE SCHOOL

OAKLAND 12-00083 Plan#: 83 PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS ONLY: DEMOLITION OF AN EXISTING ONE STORY BUILDING AND THE PREPARATION OF SITE TO CONSTRUCT A NEW TWO STORY TYPE II-B CONSTRUCTION STEEL FRAME BUILDING Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 3/16/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 3 3/8/2012 Ref #: 07030 Contact: OAKLAND USD FAC. PLANNING & MANAGEMENT 510879-2229

Monday, March 19, 2012 IT/DATA CENTER REMODEL-ELECTRICAL

UKIAH 12-00122 NEW Plan#: 122 C10 LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: ELECTRICAL Bid Date: 3/19/2012 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/13/12 10:00 AM Contact: MENDOCINO COUNTY GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY 707-468-4291

IT/DATA CENTER REMODEL-GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

UKIAH 12-00123 NEW Plan#: 123 CLASS "B" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 3/19/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/13/12 9:00 AM Contact: MENDOCINO COUNTY GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY 707-468-4291

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 MULTIPURPOSE ROOM AUDIO-VISUAL PROJECT AT PINOLE MIDDLE SCHOOL

PINOLE 12-00114 Plan#: 114 INSTALLATION OF AUDIOVISUAL SYSTEMS Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 3/20/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2121102-05 Est. Cost: $75000 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/6/12 3:30 PM Contact: WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 510412-5657

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Am Woo Construction, Inc. CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

510-812-3891 510-903-9856 415-721-7160 415-296-6437

BELLE AVENUE PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS AT COLEMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

SAN RAFAEL 12-00121 NEW Plan#: 121 EXCAVATION, REMOVAL OF EXISTING CONCRETE SIDEWALK, VALLEY GUTTER, CURB AND GUTTER AND CONSTRUCTION OF NEW SIDEWALK, VALLEY GUTTER, CURB RAMPS, CURB AND GUTTER, RAISED CROSSWALK AND STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 3/20/2012 10:30 AM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 11175 Contact: SAN RAFAEL D.P.W. 415-485-3355

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

SITE IMPROVEMENTS AT VARIOUS STATIONS

BAY AREA 12-00084 Plan#: 84 FURNISH ALL LABOR, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS AND SERVICES REQUIRED FOR REFURBISHING PARKING LOT, ROADWAYS AND PLAZA AREAS AT VARIOUS BART STATIONS Project Type: SITEWORK Bid Date: 3/20/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 15QH-120 Est. Cost: $1200000to $1500000 Prebid Conf: 2/24/12 9:00 AM Contact: BART 510-464-6550

ENCINAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-ROOFING REPLACEMENT

12-00090 ATHERTON Plan#: 90 REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING ROOFING FOR FIVE BUILDINGS WITH NEW COMPOSITE SHINGLES, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF SELECTED GSM GUTTERS AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: REROOFING Bid Date: 3/20/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 001-12-01 Est. Cost: $350000 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/1/12 2:00 PM Contact: MENLO PARK CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT/RGM 650-3217140

SOSCOL WATER RECYCLING FACILITY (SWRF) Plan#: 92

12-00092

NAPA

Project Type: WATER-POWER Bid Date: 3/20/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $760000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: CIP 4503 Prebid Visit: 3/8/12 OR 3/12/12 1:00-3:00 PM Prebid Conf: MAND 3/6/12 9:00 AM Contact: NAPA SANITATION DISTRICT 707-258-6000

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

B & B GENERAL ENGINEERING 530-277-7305 530-237-1798 & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FORT BRAGG ELECTRIC 707-964-9118 707-964-1404

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, March 21, 2012 MULTIPURPOSE ROOM AUDIO-VISUAL PROJECT AT HELMS MIDDLE SCHOOL

SEISMIC UPGRADE OF BAY DIVISION PIPELINE NOS. 3 AND 4 AT THE HAYWARD FAULT

Plan#: 115 SAN PABLO 12-00115 INSTALLATION OF AUDIOVISUAL SYSTEMS Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 3/21/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2121101-10 Est. Cost: $75000 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/7/12 3:30 PM Contact: WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 510412-5657

FREMONT 12-00109 Plan#: 109 PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS ONLY Project Type: UPGRADE Bid Date: 3/22/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: WD-2629 Est. Cost: $49000000to $50000000 Prebid Visit: 3/6/12 2:00 PM Prebid Conf: 3/6/12 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY AND COUNTY, P.U.C. 415-5514603

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

Name

Phone

Am Woo Construction, Inc. CF CONTRACTING

Fax

510-812-3891 510-903-9856 415-721-7160 415-296-6437

HARDIN RESIDENCE

ORINDA 12-00093 Plan#: 93 SUB BIDS FOR A CUSTOM SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE (3,590 WF) ON A SLOPING SITE WITH GARAGE AND DECKING, SITE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPINGS AND IRRIGATION, RESIDENCE IS A TWO-STORY WOOD FRAMED STRUCTURE W/PREENGINEERED WOOD, OPEN WEB TRUSSES ON A CONCRETE SLA Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 3/21/2012 5:00 PM Addenda: 0 Contact: SKW AND ASSOCIATES 209-523-8323

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

B&M Builders Inc. Castaneda Iron Works

Fax

916-817-8818 916-000-0000 510-234-4734 510-234-7078

Thursday, March 22, 2012 MARIN COUNTY JUVENILE HALL LOBBY SECURITY UPGRADES

Plan#: 105 SAN RAFAEL 12-00105 WORK INCLUDES DEMOLITION,REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF A PORTION OF THE NORTH WALL OF THE RECEPTION/BOOKING AREA, INCLUDING THE EXISTING RECEPTION COUNTER AND CASEWORK AND ALL FINISHES USING LEVEL THREE BULLET RESISTANT MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION METHODS; WO Project Type: INTERIOR UPGRADES Bid Date: 3/22/2012 1:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: CAP 12-025 Est. Cost: $60000 Prebid Conf: 3/12/12 11:00 AM Contact: MARIN COUNTY D.P.W. 415-499-7877

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name GCCI Inc

Phone

Fax

707-545-2134 707-545-2156

Name

Phone

Mission City Rebar, Inc WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Fax

925-449-6999 925-447-8797 415-456-8972 415-459-0665

SOBRANTE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS

OAKLAND 12-00127 NEW Plan#: 127 DEMOLITION, EARTHWORK, CONCRETE, UNDERGROUND UTILITIES, PAVING, SYNTHETIC TURF, LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION, LANDSCAPE PLANTING, LANDSCAPE SITE IMPROVEMENTS, COMMUNITY GARDEN AREA, COURTYARD, PLAYGROUND (PLAY STRUCTURE EQUIPMENT) Project Type: LANDSCAPE Bid Date: 3/22/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $800000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 07086-1 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/13/12 9:00 AM Contact: OAKLAND USD 510-532-2802

8-INCH DUCTILE IRON MAIN INSTALLATION IN HARTFORD, 18TH, 19TH AND NOE STREETS

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00077 Plan#: 77 INSTALL IRON MAIN AND RENEW SERVICES Project Type: PIPELINE Bid Date: 3/22/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: WD-2446 Est. Cost: $1650000 Prebid Conf: 3/1/12 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 415551-4603

ROUND VALLEY REGIONAL PRESERVE-ROUND VALLEY PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

CONTRA COSTA 11-00773 COUNTY FURNISH AND INSTALL A PREFABRICATED METAL PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE, INCLUDING CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS AND UNPAVED TRAIL CONNECTIONS Project Type: PARKS-RECREATION Bid Date: 3/22/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 3/5/2012 Ref #: 1723000 Est. Cost: $155000 Prebid Conf: MAND 11/15/11 10:30 AM Contact: EAST BAY REG PARK DISTRICT 510-544-2301 Plan#: 773

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Andrew L Lee, Inc. Diede Construction LEGG, INC. Mission City Rebar, Inc

209-369-8077 209-369-8255 925-605-4500 925-449-6999

Fax 209-368-2435 209-368-0600 925-605-4510 925-447-8797

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Project Bid Schedule Monday, March 26, 2012 32 MEADOW HILL

Plan#: 118 TIBURON 12-00118 NEW GENERAL AND SUB BIDS REQUESTED Project Type: REMODEL Bid Date: 3/26/2012 5:00 PM Addenda: 0 Contact: PRINGLE CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 415-710-8184

LARRABEE SIDEWALK REPAIR-WOODLAND AVENUE TO GARIN AVENUE

HAYWARD 12-00124 NEW Plan#: 124 REMOVE AND REPLACE DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. CLASS "A" OR C-8 LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: SIDEWALK REPAIR Bid Date: 3/27/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 5182 Est. Cost: $80000 Prebid Conf: 3/14/12 2:30 PM Contact: HAYWARD, CITY OF, E. & T. 510-583-4769

MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD IMPROVEMENTS

OAKLAND 12-00126 NEW Plan#: 126 PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS ONLY: YNTHETIC TURF FOOTBALL/SOCCER FIEDL, SITE FURNISHINGS, FIELD EDGE PREP, NATURAL TURF FIELD AND IRRIGATION RENOVATIONS AT SOBRANTE PARK Project Type: SYNTHETIC TURF Bid Date: 3/26/2012 2:00 PM FIELD Addenda: 0 Ref #: 03039 Est. Cost: $1382000 Prebid Conf: 3/15/12 10:00 AM Contact: OAKLAND USD 510-532-2802

Tuesday, March 27, 2012 WATER OFFICE REMODEL

Plan#: 112 LIVERMORE 12-00112 REMODEL OLD LABORATORY BUILDING AND A MAINTENANCE SHOP Project Type: REMODEL Bid Date: 3/27/2012 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2000-79 Prebid Conf: 3/13/12 2:30 PM Contact: LIVERMORE, CITY OF, WATER DEPT. 925-960-8129

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

BC CONSTRUCTION 209-531-1252 BOBO CONSTRUCTION, INC.916-685-2285 CF CONTRACTING 415-721-7160 GCCI Inc 707-545-2134 J. D. General 925-449-4354 Legg, Inc. 925-605-4500 Westeren Construction, Inc. 925-249-9601

Fax 209-531-1254 916-714-4850 415-296-6437 707-545-2156 925-449-5051 925-605-4510 925-249-9601

WPCF GREASE RECEIVING AND PROCESSING FACILITY

HAYWARD 12-00113 Plan#: 113 NEW CONSTRUCTION WITHIN THE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY. PROJECT COMPONENTS INCLUDE A STEEL MIX/STORAGE TANK, PIPING, PUMPS AND ELECTRICAL/CONTROLS. Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 3/27/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $630000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 613-7511 Prebid Conf: 3/14/12 10:00 AM

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Aztec Constructors CF CONTRACTING FORT BRAGG ELECTRIC

Phone

Fax

STATE ROUTE 4 BYPASS SAND CREEK ROAD INTERCHANGE AND 4-LANE WIDENING LONE TREE WAY TO SAN CREEK

Plan#: 75

12-00075

ANTIOCH AND BRENTWOOD

Bid Date: 3/27/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: 3/1/12 2:00 PM

Project Type: ROAD WORK Ref #: 337

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc Ghilotti Construction Co Inc Legg, Inc. W BRADLEY ELECTRIC

415-454-7011 707-585-1221 925-605-4500 415-898-1400

Fax 415-454-8376 707-585-1601 925-605-4510 415-898-5991

FIRE ALARM RENOVATION PHASE 1, M-LINE

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00081 Plan#: 81 FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM REMOVAL , DISPOSAL AND INSTALLATION NEW SYSTEMS Project Type: RENOVATION Bid Date: 3/27/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 3/7/2012 Ref #: 151J-110 Est. Cost: $3500000to $4500000 Prebid Conf: 2/27/12 1:00 PM Contact: BART 510-464-7546

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 PERES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENTAL CLINIC

RICHMOND 12-00125 NEW Plan#: 125 REMODEL OF THE EXISTING DENTAL CLINIC WITHIN BUILDING B AND ELECTRICAL UPGRADE FOR SPECIFIED DENTAL EQUIPMENT Project Type: REMODEL Bid Date: 3/28/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $250000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 11471390 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/13/12 3:00 PM OR 3/15/12 3:00 PM Contact: WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 510412-5657

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING ERA Construction, Inc. Westeren Construction, Inc.

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 510-830-5955 510-743-4153 925-249-9601 925-249-9601

925-837-1050 925-837-1652 415-721-7160 415-296-6437 707-964-9118 707-964-1404

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

Project Bid Schedule Thursday, March 29, 2012 MILLER PARK BOAT LAUNCHING FACILITY

MARIN COUNTY 12-00108 Plan#: 108 PAVING REMOVAL, SITE PREP, WATER TANK INSTALLATION, BOAT DUMP STATION, WOOD TRASH ENCLOSURE FENCE, UNDERGROUND UTILITIES INCLUDING WATER, SEWER, ELECTRICAL AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: PARK Bid Date: 3/29/2012 2:00 PM IMPROVEMENTS Est. Cost: $277273 Addenda: 1 3/1/2012 Prebid Conf: 3/21/12 11:00 AM

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING Ghilotti Brothers Inc Wildcat Engineering

Phone

Tuesday, April 03, 2012 CASTLEMONT HS, MCCLYMONDS HS, OTHS-RETRO COMMISSIONING PROJECT

Plan#: 107 OAKLAND 12-00107 PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS ONLY: CONTROLS RETROFIT OF THE EXISTING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR 3 OUSD HIGH SCHOOLS AND OTHER RELATED WORK. 1:15 PM Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 4/3/2012 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 07144 Est. Cost: $261024 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/21/12 11:00 AM Contact: OAKLAND U.S.D. FACILITIES PLANNING & MGT. 510-5357048

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 707-763-3001 707-763-3167

RICHMOND DISTRICT SEWER REPLACEMENT AND PAVEMENT RENOVATION

Plan#: 110 SAN FRANCISCO 12-00110 REPLACE THE EXISTING SEWER AND RENOVATE THE EXISTING STREET PAVEMENT ON VARIOU STREETS IN THE RICHMOND DISTRICT. CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 3/29/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: WW-503 Est. Cost: $3200000 Prebid Conf: 3/15/12 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES 415-551-4603

2012 LOWER LATERAL SEWER REPLACEMENT (OPEN CUT) PROJECT

VALLEJO 12-00111 Plan#: 111 REPLACE 31 LOWER LATERAL, 725 LF OF A 4-INCH PIPE BY OPEN CUT AND/OR HAND DIG CONSTRUCTION, 29 DISTRICT CLEANOUTS, 30 SEWER MAIN CLAY AND PVC WYES, PROPERTY RESTORATION, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SURFACE RESTORATION. Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 3/29/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $175000to Addenda: 0 Ref #: 122616 $200000 Contact: VALLEJO SANITATION AND FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 707-644-8949

LOCKWOOD CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER FIRE AND INTRUSION ALARM REPLACEMENT

OAKLAND 12-00128 NEW Plan#: 128 PRE-QUALIFIED BIDDERS ONLY Project Type: FIRE ALARM Bid Date: 3/29/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 07129 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/19/12 1:30 PM Contact: OAKLAND UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 510-879-8148

Thursday, April 05, 2012 BAYVIEW/HUNTERS POINT DISTRICTS SEWER REPLACEMENT/REHABILITATION AND PAVEMENT RENOVATION

Plan#: 117 SAN FRANCISCO 12-00117 NEW REPLACE THE EXISTING SEWER AND RENOVATE THE EXISTING STREET PAVEMENT ON VARIOUS STREETS 2:00 PM Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 4/5/2012 Addenda: 0 Ref #: WW-508 Est. Cost: $2900000 Prebid Conf: 3/22/12 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO PUB UTILITIES 415-551-4603

Monday, April 09, 2012 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FIRE STATION #3 FEASIBILITY STUDY

Plan#: 95 ALAMEDA 12-00095 PROVIDE ARCHITECTURAL, ENGINEERING, PLANNING AND FINANCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TO DEVELOP A NEW FIRE STATION LOCATED IN THE VICINITY OF BUENA VISTA AVENUE AND GRAND STREET Project Type: RFP 1:00 PM Bid Date: 4/9/2012 Addenda: 0

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 DECONSTRUCTION OF UNUSED BUILDINGS ON PBC PARCEL 1A

Plan#: 119 NOVATO 12-00119 NEW DEMOLITION OF FIVE BUILDINGS, REMOVAL OF 2 STORAGE CONTAINERS, SITE WORK, REMOVAL OF CHILLER AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: DECONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 4/10/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 3/6/2012 Ref #: 255-6100-65912 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/10/12 2:00 PM Contact: NOVATO UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST 415-885-5873 Contact: NOVATO UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST 415-898-2859

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

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Project Bid Schedule

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

24TH AVENUE SANITARY SEWER RELIEF LINE PROJECT

SAN MATEO 12-00120 NEW Plan#: 120 CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 4/10/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 469935 Est. Cost: $1400000to $1500000 Contact: SAN MATEO, CITY OF DPW 650-522-7330

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Project Bid RESULTS Date

Job Name

Location

3/2/2016

Ballico Fire Station #92, Re-

Ballico

3/2/2016

3/2/2016

Roof Project

F & H Const.

$6,523,000

Pacific Valley Roofing

$9,988

Diedo Const.

$6,780,000

Graham Prewett

$14,000

Aztec Const.

$6,878,890

Skyline Roofing

$16,977

Pavement Marking Project

Lafayette

Martinez Wellness Center-

Martinez

Sierra Traffic Markings

$22,898

Chrisp Co

$23,509

Lineation Marking Corp

$31,367

Alta/Almond Sewer & Water

Rohnert

3/6/2016

WA Thomas Co

$3,820,000

Alten Construction

$4,250,000

MidState Const.

$4,255,000

Rehabilitation

Park

Recycled Water Expansion

Novato

Team Ghilotti

$1,195,785

$884,488

Ranger Pipelines

$1,270,927

916000

Mountain Cascade

$1,323,140

Marin County Office of Ed,

San Rafael

Maggiora & Ghilotti

3/2/2016

3/2/2016

W.R. forde Assoc.

$956,600

Nystrom Elementary School

Richmond

Alten Const.

$1,753,837

West Bay Builders

3/6/2016

3/7/2016

re-roof & Hvac Replacement E.F,. Brett & Co

$1,322,000

$1,848,000

KCK Builders

$1,440,000

Cal Pacific Const

$2,103,000

RomKon, Inc

$1,452,000

Napa County Probation De-

Napa Co.

Eden Landing Pump Station

Alameda

Rehabilitation in Hayward,

Co

3/7/2016

partment Renovation

3/2/2016

Kenridge Builders

$133,999

Abide Builders

$139,900

GCCI

$170,000

Laurel Heights/ Haight Dist.

SF

Sewer Replacement

3/2/2016

Harty Pipelines

$2,189,072

Synergy Project

$2,434,767

M Squared Const

$2,436,102

2011-2012 Sidewalk Repair

Union City

Project

3/2/2016

Brentwood

Station(REBID)

CCRMC

3/2/2016

Solid Waste Transfer

RSC General & Eng

$198,436

Sposeto Eng

$198,989

B & M Bldgs

$223,700

Wastewater Treatment Plant

Merced

Modular Bldg Performance Modular

$186,350

Pacific Mobile

$187,388

Marko Const. Group

$219,500

Alameda Co Zone NO3A

3/7/2016

Anderson Pacific Eng

$2,492,435

Proven Management

$2,598,785

C. Overaa & Co

$2,716,000

Improvements of Line M

Alameda

Between Alameda and Uprr

Co

In Union City Sone #5 Proven Management

$1,568,553

SCQ Const

$2,000,000

JMB Const

$2,084,294

BID RESULTS PROVIDED BY

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Marin Builders Association Scholarship Application ELIGIBILITY High school seniors pursuing a college, university or trade school education are eligible to apply for a scholarship award. While we emphasize the need for trained professionals in the construction industry, scholarship applicants may choose an advanced course of education in any field. A grade point average of 3.0 or better is required. Applicants who do not meet the above eligibility due to extraordinary circumstances may submit an appeal including supporting documentation along with the application. APPLICATIONS Applications, including the necessary records, must be received by the Association on or before the close of business on Friday, April 6, 2012. Incomplete applications and applications received after that date will not be accepted. To be assured of mail delivery, applications should be sent by certified mail. Applications may also be hand-delivered to the Marin Builders Association, 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903. Records Needed – Records required with the scholarship application include: Certified transcript of high school grades Certified SAT or other school entrance exam test scores College, University or Trade School Admission – Scholarship applicants must be eligible to begin scholastic work in the year that scholarships are awarded. Three Letters of Recommendation – Contact those who know you and have worked with you (such as coaches, educators, employers, ministers/priests/rabbis) for a letter of recommendation to include with the application. Applicant Statement – On a separate sheet of paper provide a brief personal statement (about 200 words) why you should be considered for a scholarship award. Be sure your name, address and phone number are Included on the statement and submitted with your application. Interviews – Personal interviews are required as part of the application process. All interviews will be held at the Marin Builders Association. Selected applicants will be notified by mail and scheduled for a personal interview. Non-Discrimination – Applicants will be considered for scholarship awards without regard to race, creed, color, national origin or sex.

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SELECTION COMMITTEE No member, member representative or employee of the Marin Builders Association is permitted to participate in any phase of the scholarship selection process except in an administrative or clerical capacity. The Selection Committee at this time is comprised of a member of the public, a representative of the Marin County Office of Education and a representative of the Marin Independent Journal. The interviews are conducted by this Committee and their award decisions are final. SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS Scholarship award applicants will be advised of the Selection Committee’s decisions. Scholarship winners and a guest will be invited to attend the Scholarship Awards Event to receive their awards. Scholarship winners will be required to submit a pledge, counter-signed by his or her parents or guardians, that the award will be promptly repaid if the promised scholastic course is not taken, if the course is not completed or, if appropriate, if enrollment is not undertaken in the award year. Exceptions to this will be granted if there is a medical situation which prevents this requirement being fulfilled or if there is military service involved.

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