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December 11 , 2012 Vol. 56, Issue #49


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PROJECT OF THE WEEK - accepting sub bids for MBA Project # 760 -

REMODEL/ADDITION

in this issue

ALLEAVITCH RESIDENCE

Let’s Celebrate!

33 Atwood, Sausalito CA

MBA Holiday Open House!

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bids will be accepted until

Membership Application ...................2

Friday, December 14th @ 5:00PM

Seminar: New Laws for 2013 ............4 New MBA Directors ..........................5

at at the Marin Community College District Program Headquarter & Kentfield Construction Office

Kalb’s Q&A

A VOLUNTARY pre-bid conference and site visit will be

Thursday, December 6, 2012, @ 10:00 AM

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Phil Vermeulen .................................7 CPR Class Flyer ................................10 New MBA Insurance Program .........11

RPB Construction, Inc. c/o Bob Bower, 207 Second Street, Suite B, Sausalito, CA 94965, Phone: (415) 331-2226, FAX: (415) 331-2202, Cell: (415) 819-3308, Email: bob@rpbconstruction.us.

Safety Topic: Holiday Safety .............12

Project #760 is a remodel/addition and site work in Sausalito for a single family residence. Prebid visit or walk-through upon request. Proposed start date: 4/15/2013. Plans can be viewed in the MBA Plan Room and online by members who subscribe to the On Line Plan Service.

Bid Results .........................................26

Permits

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Completions & Liens ........................18 Project Bid List

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Classifieds ..........................................27 2013 ROP Classes .............................29 FREE Energy Code Training ..........30 _____________________

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

Office: 415-462-1220 Fax: 415-462-1225

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New 2013 Laws That Effect Contractors Presented by Construction Attorney Dan McLennon Wednesday ~ January 9, 2013 8:30 A.M. ~ 10:00 A.M. Marin Builders Association 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael

Summary of some important new laws that will effect contractors beginning 2013 Members $50 – Non-members $100 For reservations please complete and return this form with check made payable to: Marin Builders Association, pay with Visa/MasterCard or online at our website www.marinba.org Company Name:____________________ Phone:__________ Person(s) attending:_________________________________ (All reservations must be prepaid. No refunds after November 30th)

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2012/13 MBA Directors & Officers President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets, Inc.

Marin Home & Garden Expo 2013 Early Bird DISCOUNT Ends this Month! MBA Members Receive

$100

Discount!

The MBA’s Marin Home & Garden Expo #3 is June 1 & 2, 2013. As MBA members, you qualify for a special discount of 10% off any booth space. In addition, if you sign up and pay in full before January 1, 2013, you will also get the “Early Bird” discount, $100 additional off your fee. Give Andrea or Liz at the Expo office a call at (415) 507-1537 to select your space. Then download your Exhibit Hall or Fairgrounds application from the event website http://www.marinhomegarden.com/ and fax, email or mail back before the end of the year. Instructions are on the form. Don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions! Happy Holidays from the Marin Home & Garden Expo staff.

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

Dave Trahan - Patriot Mechanical Herb Moran - MOC Insurance Services John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Mark Silvia - Marin Mechanical, Inc. Clayton Fraser - West Bay Builders Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Dick Ghilotti - Ghilotti Construction Company Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Jeff Grady - Grady Consulting, Inc. STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Diane Van Renselaar - Plan Room Technician Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception Consultants Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst 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 Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 5


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Kalb's Q&A for Contractors

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

Whether in Nevada or California a solar contractor can’t light up your life, without the proper license, but which one is right for the job? We offer clarification on the rules for selling home improvements in California. Another contractor gives us the ‘key’ to a slim chance on ‘locking down’ an exam waiver… Q: We’re solar contractors in NV and have a question on the best classification to apply for in CA. We called the Contractors Board in Sacramento and they told us your state has a “C-46” (Solar) license. We called back a second time and the new person who answered said we could get the “C-46” or an electrical license “C-10.” We found you on the Internet and you look to have a lot of experience in these issues. In your opinion, which license would be best?

an Officer of the corporation or a “key employee” for at least five years. Do you know if this is true and what is a “key” employee? A: That is true under certain circumstances. The CSLB only allows this waiver request for individuals seeking to replace the Qualifying individual on an existing license, not for the purposes of obtaining a new license. According to B&P code 7065.1(c), in order to qualify for this waiver the following conditions must exist: 1.

2. A: In order to shed some light on this topic, I am sending you an “Industry Bulletin” from 2010. The CSLB published this a few years ago to respond to questions regarding which classifications are authorized to perform solar projects. This “Fact Sheet” lists 7 different classifications that can properly perform some or all aspects of solar energy projects. The “C-46” is a broad classification, which allows contractors to “install, modify, maintain, and repair thermal and photovoltaic solar systems”. “C-10” contractors are “authorized to perform any solar projects which generate, transmit, transform or utilize electrical energy in any form for any purpose”. “A” (General Engineering) and “B” (General Building) contractors are also authorized to install solar energy systems.

3.

For five of the seven years immediately preceding the application for replacing the Qualifier, the corporation or LLC must have continually employed the new Qualifying individual in a supervisory capacity in the same classification(s) being applied for. For five of seven years immediately preceding the application, the corporation or LLC has held an active license in good standing in the same classification(s) being applied for. The corporation or LLC has not requested a waiver under this subdivision within the past five years.

As far as what it meant by “key employee”, I believe the company that you received the solicitation from is referring to item 1. 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.

The real question is what classification you can qualify for. In addition, depending on the license classification you hold in NV, you may be eligible to secure a waiver of the trade test. I hope this information helps. Call us if you have any further questions. Q: I have a question and my business partner referred me to your company. What is California’s rule for home improvement salesman? Some places I’ve worked treat them as independent contractors and others treat them as employees. A: In CA, a Home Improvement Salesperson (HIS) is a person employed by a licensed contractor to solicit, sell, negotiate, or execute home improvement contracts. A Home Improvement Salesperson can work for a number of contractors and sell a variety of goods and services, but must be registered with the CSLB separately for each contractor for which he/she is employed. Q: I got a solicitation in the mail (not from your company) stating that the CSLB allows individuals to request a waiver of the exams if they have been

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Time to Order Your 2013 California and Federal Employment Notices and All-In-One Poster by Phil Vermuelen, Governmental Relations

Also In This Update • 2013 Elected California Officials Roster is Attached • New Indexed Figures for 2013 First - my apologies for not sending my weekly update out last Friday. Actually, it was written the day before (on Thursday)! After spending over an hour writing it, I went to save it and my Word program erased it – completely! After the expletives subdued, when I realized that my efforts were doomed and I was going to have to re-write EVERYTHING, I contacted my computer geek who informed me that it was time to “upgrade” to Windows 7, which, according to him, would solve “all” my problems! Well, much to my chagrin, I lost all of Friday and almost all of this week, because everything had to be re-installed on my computer! And, worst of all, my Outlook groups were lost, meaning I’ve had to re-create, literally, hundreds of names in my groups! So, if you receive this update more than once, please let me know so I can go in and try to correct the mess. And people ask me why I drink! CalChamber’s all-in-one poster contains the 16 state and federal employment notices every California employer must post, PLUS they provide you with the required notices. Each year about this time I remind you that every employer in California is required to post myriad state and federal employee notices on your wall in a conspicuous place; AND, you also are required to provide your employees with other myriad pamphlets to boot! Hey, don’t shoot the messenger! I get that it is absolute nonsense which no one will read, but laws are laws and you want to make this as quick and painless as possible. And the California Chamber is here to make it cheap and easy! Plus, it’s always nice when I can help out my friends over at the Chamber! No matter how many employees you have in California, your business is required to post employment notices in a central location and distribute certain pamphlets.

In one convenient kit, Cal Chamber provides a single poster with the 16 California and federal notices every California employer must post, plus 20 copies of each of the five pamphlets employees must receive. Their Required Notices Kit includes legally required updates to the discrimination and harassment notice, the workers’ compensation notice and all five pamphlets, effective January 1, 2013. Make sure you’re in compliance The All-In-One Poster First, the Chamber has an all-in-one poster which includes ALL legally required updates, effective January 1, 2013 to make sure you’re in compliance. As of 11/21/12, here’s what the Chamber knows regarding 2013 poster updates: • There is a legally required update to the Discrimination and Harassment notice. • There are legally required updates to the Workers’ Compensation notice that reflect new workers’ compensation reforms and that have been approved by the Division of Workers’ Compensation. Implementation of workers’ compensation reform measures will continue during 2013. As a result, there are potential additional mandatory changes after January 1, 2013. • The Cal/OSHA notice has changed. • The Employee Polygraph Protection Act notice has changed. • There are pending changes to the FMLA and PDL notices. If approved for 2013, these will be mandatory changes. • The NLRA posting requirement remains suspended until further notice due to federal court cases. And, for a small extra fee, they will guarantee that you receive ALL updates to the poster that may ensue throughout the year!

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Besides the all-in-one poster, there are other employer requirements that the Chamber can provide you as well with their kit: Q: What other information must be distributed to employees? A: Required notices include: 1. For Your Benefit (DE 2320). This pamphlet explains California’s Unemployment Insurance and Disability Insurance programs and must be distributed when an employer discharges or lays off an employee, or places an employee on a leave of absence. 2. State Disability Insurance Provisions (DE 2515). This pamphlet explains an employee’s disability insurance rights and must be distributed to all new hires and again if an employee goes out on disability leave. 3. Workers’ Compensation Rights & Benefits pamphlet. Give all new employees the Workers’ Compensation pamphlet at time of hire. 4. Sexual Harassment pamphlet. Every California employee and independent contractor must receive a sexual harassment information sheet from his/her employer. 5. Paid Family Leave pamphlet. This pamphlet explains California’s Paid Family Leave program. Give it to new employees and employees requesting time off for a covered reason. 6. Earned Income Tax Credit Notification. All employers are required to notify all of their employees of the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). 7. Notice to Employees (DE 35). This notice informs employees that their employer is required to send copies of Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate (Form W-4 [federal] or DE 4 [state]) to the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) if the certificate meets certain conditions. Required Notices Kit includes all the required notices that must be distributed to employees. Either go online to: http://www.calchamber.com/store/products/ pages/compliance-posters.aspx or call them to order: 1- 800-331-8877 Attached is the Pictorial Roster of California’s 2013 Elected Officials Man, the Chamber has been busy! The California Chamber of Commerce has released the attached updated legislative pictorial roster which provides photos of all elected officials in California for the 2013 legislative session, including yours! There were nineteen same-party races in the state legislature in November. The Assembly freshmen include 38 members who are new to the

state Legislature. There are 80 members in the state assembly, and 22 of them (27.5%) were termed-out in 2012. Of them, 17 were Democratic and 5 were Republican. In addition to the 22 California state representatives who left office because of term limits, 6 California state senators were also termed-out. In the General Election, Democrats gained the legislative supermajority with 54 Democrats in the Assembly and 29 in the Senate. The last time Democrats held a supermajority of the Senate was 1965. The 2011-12 legislative session adjourned sine die at midnight on Friday, November 30th. Legislators convene for the 2013-14 Organization Session at noon this coming Monday, December 3. In close races, the roster includes candidates who were ahead at press time. Updates to the roster will be posted as needed at www.calchamber.com IRS and Social Security Administration Release New Indexed Figures for 2013 The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Social Security Administration have released the cost-of-living (COLA) adjustments that apply to dollar limitations set forth in certain IRS Code Sections. The Consumer Price Index rose enough since the third quarter of last year to warrant an increase in some indexed figures for 2013. Social Security and Medicare Wage Base For 2013, the Social Security wage base increases to $113,700 from $110,100 in 2012. Unless Congress acts to extend the current reduction in the tax rate for employee withholdings, they will increase to 7.65 percent in 2013 from the 5.65 percent withheld in 2012. The Social Security rate of 6.2 percent is applied to wages up to the maximum taxable amount for the year; the Medicare portion of 1.45 percent applies to all wages. Indexed Compensation Levels The indexed compensation levels for determining who is considered highly compensated or a key employee remains unchanged for 2013 (in thousands): 2010 2011 2012 2013 Highly Compensated Employee $110 $110 $115 $115 Top Paid Group of 20% $110 $110 $115 $115 Key Employee, Officer $160 $160 $165 $165 401(k) Plans In 2013, the maximum for elective deferrals increases to $17,500. The catch-up contribution for those 50 or older remains at $5,500 for 2013 (no change from 2012). That means if you are age 50 or over during the 2013 taxable year, you may generally defer up to $23,000 into your 401(k) plan.

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Health FSA We have an additional indexed figure to track starting in 2013. It’s the annual limit for participant salary reductions for the health flexible spending account (FSA). For plan years starting on or after January 1, 2013, the participant salary reduction amount to the cafeteria plan’s health FSA portion of the plan may not exceed $2,500. This cap does not include employer contributions. However, employer flex credits that may be converted to cash must be added to the participants’ health FSA elections. Adoption Credit Unless Congress acts, this tax credit will expire at the end of 2012. Parts of the adoption tax credit, under IRS Code Section 23, will expire on December 31, 2012. The remaining section of Code Section 23 will allow for a $10,000 credit for adoption of a child with special needs, regardless of expenses. A “special needs” adoption, which becomes final during a taxable year, will be deemed to have qualified expenses in an amount equal to the excess (if any) of $10,000 over the aggregate qualified adoption expenses actually paid or incurred. There will be no adoption-related benefits allowed under a cafeteria plan arrangement starting January 1, 2013, unless Congress updates current legislation. Because the credit is set to expire at the end of 2012, no indexed figures were released for the 2013 taxable year. Health Savings Account (HSA) Minimum deductible amounts for the qualifying high deductible health plan (HDHP) increase to $1,250 for self-only coverage and $2,500 for family coverage in 2013. Maximums for the HDHP outof-pocket expenses increase to $6,250 for self-only coverage and $12,500 for family coverage. Maximum contribution levels to an HSA also increased for 2013 to $3,250 for self-only coverage and $6,450 for family coverage. The catch-up contribution allowed for those 55 and over is set at $1,000 for 2013. Remember, qualifying HDHPs and no other impermissable coverage (such as coverage under another employer’s plan or from a health care flexible spending account that is not specifically compatible with an HSA) are required in order to fund an HSA. Archer Medical Savings Account (MSA) For a high deductible insurance plan that provides self-only coverage, the annual deductible amount must be between $2,150 and $3,200 for 2013. Total out-of-pocket expenses under a plan that provides self-only coverage cannot exceed $4,300. The annual deductible amount must be between $4,300 and $6,450 for a plan that provides family coverage in 2013, with out-of-pocket expenses that do not exceed $7,850.

Although new MSAs are not allowed, maximum contributions to an existing MSA that are attributable to a single-coverage plan is 65% of the deductible amount. Maximum contributions for a family-coverage plan are limited to 75% of the deductible amount. MSA contributions must be coordinated with any HSA contributions for the taxable year and cannot exceed the HSA maximums. Dependent and/or Child Day Care Expenses Just a reminder that although the day care expense limit associated with a cafeteria plan is not indexed, the tax credit available through a participant’s tax filing was raised in 2003. The day care credit must be filed on Form 2441 and attached to the 1040 tax filing form. For 2013, unless Congress acts, the limits for the day care tax credit expenses will be reduced and based on $2,400 of expenses covering one child and $4,800 for families with two or more children. If one of the parents is going to school full time or is incapable of self-care, the non-working spouse would be “deemed” as earning $200 per month for one qualifying child and $400 for two or more qualifying children. This “deemed” earned income is used whether a person is using the employer’s cafeteria plan or taking the day care credit. The cafeteria plan day care contribution limit is $5,000 for a married couple filing a joint return, or for a single parent filing as “Head of Household.” For a married couple filing separate returns, the limit is $2,500 each. The day care credit is reduced dollar for dollar by contributions to or benefits received from an employer’s cafeteria plan. An employee may participate in their employer’s cafeteria plan and take a portion of the day care expenses through the credit if they have sufficient expenses in excess of their cafeteria plan annual election, but within the tax credit limits. Long-Term Care For a qualified long-term care insurance policy, the maximum non-taxable payment is now $320 per day for 2013. Finally, by participating in a cafeteria plan, the participant will be lowering their income for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Check out the new limits in IRS Publication 596 “Earned Income Credit” and for more information about this tax credit. The information contained in this memo is not intended to be legal, accounting, or other professional advice. We assume no liability whatsoever in connection with its use, nor are these comments directed to specific situations

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CPR – FIRST AID CLASS Wednesday ~ January 16, 2013 8:30 a.m. ~ 12:30 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.

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NEW MBA Insurance Program Available Benefit Plans Anthem Blue Cross, Kaiser Permanente and Vision Service Plan (VSP) are the endorsed insurance partners for the NBBE program. We offer a number of medical, dental, vision and life insurance options to meet different budget needs. Voluntary dental and life insurance plans are also available.

Builders Exchanges throughout California have joined forces to create the North Bay Builders Exchanges (NBBE), a benefits program just for our members. The result is a program that offers competitive benefit designs, options and pricing. NBBE is fully insured by Anthem Blue Cross, Kaiser Permanente and Vision Service Plan (VSP), leaders in the marketplace.

Medical Plans: Anthem Blue Cross & Kaiser Permanente NBBE offers a choice of ten medical plans ranging from office copay plans to high deductible plans including HSA eligible options. The NBBE provides more generous “dual choice” options for employers.

NBBE Advantages A better program A larger participant pool improves the value of the total package we can secure. This means a program offering more competitive plans, better pricing and services that matter.

Chiropractic and Acupuncture: American Specialty Health This coverage is available as a rider to the Anthem Blue Cross and Kaiser Permanente plans. There is a chiropractic only plan and a chiropractic + acupuncture plan.

Getting it right Benefits are complex, costly and take time to get right. NBBE engaged an expert team that does the homework so you don’t have too.

Dental: Anthem Blue Cross NBBE offers a choice of four dental plans including a voluntary option. The dental plans provide greater benefits when using a contracted network dentist and are available on a stand-alone basis.

Keeping it simple The program includes an “A” team simplifying administration, providing prompt service with experts in benefits. This is included as part of the package. Top-rated Insurers Anthem Blue Cross, Kaiser Permanente and VSP, our key program partners are top-rated insurers offering unique advantages.

Vision: Vision Service Plan & BlueView Vision Both insurers provide a stand-alone option and a plan that matches medical enrollment. BlueView Vision also offers a voluntary plan option.

Benefit Advice Advisors from Craford Benefit Consultants help with coverage questions, benefit and renewal decisions and are the go-to source for issues that are complex or elevated.

Life Insurance: Anthem Blue Cross Employers can purchase life insurance coverage in the amounts of $5,000, $10,000, and $25,000 or $50,000 for employers with six or more employees. An employee pay option is also available.

Legal and Compliance

You will also have access to a host of online benefit and related human resource tools to help you navigate through compliance and regulations.

Call Us Today

Craford Benefit Consultants Jordan Shields - Sales Manager 415-878-0260 - Direct 877-587-0267 - Phone jordan@jordanshields.com

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Be safe and healthy on the job at with these helpful tips provided by Leavitt Group.

Holiday Safety in the Workplace Stay safe while celebrating the season It’s the holiday season – a time for decorations and festivities to celebrate the season. While we welcome your displays of holiday spirit, it is important to keep safety in mind. Here are some holiday safety guidelines to follow to ensure we all celebrate the season safely. Holiday Decorations •

Mixing and matching lights can create a fire hazard; keep outside lights outdoors and inside lights indoors.

Discard any light strings that have cracks, exposed wire or loose connections.

Do not connect more than three sets of lights to an extension cord.

Make sure that cords are not running through a walkway, as it creates a tripping hazard.

Do not close doors or windows on extension cords, and do not run them under rugs or carpeting.

Make sure all indoor decorations are unplugged at the end of the day. You are responsible for unplugging any decorations that you put up.

with an open flame, such as candles. •

Make sure decorations to not block doorways, walkways, exit signs or stairwells.

All decorations should be made of flame-retardant or noncombustible materials.

Food Safety If you are bringing in food to share with your co-workers, be sure to observe these safety precautions: •

Keep perishable food refrigerated and do not leave out for more than two hours.

Use serving utensils, even for “finger food,” so that multiple people are not touching it.

Label your food, especially if it contains peanuts or other ingredients that others may be allergic to.

Most importantly, always use common sense when bringing decorations or food items into the workplace. We want everyone to enjoy the holiday season, but safety is always our top priority at .

Did You Know? Holiday decorations can pose a serious safety hazard. Electrical decorations, especially strings of lights, can be a serious fire hazard if damaged or used improperly. Always inspect decorations for broken bulbs, frayed cords and other damage before using.

This flyer is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical or legal advice. © 2007-2010 Zywave, Inc. All rights reserved.

We do not allow any decorations For more information, call: (866) 216-5255 or visit our website: http://www.cbeins.com California Builders Insurance Program

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Manténgase seguro y sano en el empleo en con estos consejos útiles que brinda Leavitt Group.

Seguridad durante las fiestas en el lugar de trabajo Permanezca a salvo durante las celebraciones Es la época de las fiestas, es tiempo de adornos y fiestas para celebrar la época. Si bien nos agradan sus muestras de espíritu festivo, es importante que tenga en cuenta la seguridad. A continuación se describen algunas pautas de seguridad en las fiestas para garantizar que todos celebremos de forma segura. Adornos para las fiestas •

Combinar las luces puede provocar riesgo de incendio; coloque las luces para exterior afuera de su hogar y adentro las que sean para interior. No utilice juegos de luces que estén rajadas, tengan cables expuestos o conexiones flojas.

No conecte más de tres juegos de luces a un cable de extensión.

Asegúrese de que los cables no se encuentren en los pasillos, ya que esto implica el riesgo de tropezones.

No cierre las puertas ni las ventanas por las que se atraviesen los cables de extensión ni los haga pasar por debajo de alfombras.

Asegúrese de que todos los adornos estén desenchufados al final del día. Usted es responsable de desenchufar los adornos que coloque.

No permitimos adornos con llamas, como velas.

Asegúrese de que los adornos no bloqueen las puertas, los pasillos,

los carteles de salida ni las escaleras. •

Todos los adornos deben estar hechos con materiales retardadores de llamas o no combustibles.

Seguridad de los alimentos Si trae alimentos para compartir con sus compañeros de trabajo, asegúrese de observar las precauciones de seguridad: •

No deje los alimentos perecederos al aire durante más de dos horas.

Use utensilios para servir, aun para “comer con los dedos”, de modo que no los toquen muchas personas.

Rotule los alimentos, especialmente si contienen maní u otros ingredientes a los que las demás personas puedan ser alérgicas.

Lo que es más importante, siempre use el sentido común cuando traiga adornos o alimentos al lugar de trabajo. Deseamos que todas las personas disfruten de las fiestas, pero la seguridad siempre es nuestra prioridad en .

¿Sabía usted que...? Los adornos para las fiestas pueden presentar un riesgo grave en cuanto a la seguridad. Los adornos eléctricos, especialmente los cordones de luces, pueden presentar un riesgo grave si se dañan o se utilizan inadecuadamente. Siempre revise los adornos para ver si hay bombillas rotas, cables desgastados y otros daños antes de su uso.

Este folleto tiene fines informativos exclusivamente y no debe considerarse como una recomendación médica o legal. Contenidos © 2007-2010 Zywave, Inc. Todos los derechos reservados.

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CBIP Program Features and Benefits • Open to all Licensed Brokers • Multiple Carrier Participation • Very Competitive Rates (expect a big decrease from State Fund) • 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 • Safety Programs • Uniform Injury & Illness   Prevention Program • Strong Return to Work Program • Safety Training Classes and Seminars • Human Resource Consulting • Dedicated Website Note: Participation in CBIP is dependent upon our carrier partner’s underwriting criteria.

Marin Builders Association endorses CBIP

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Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Ogg Robin & WINGER’S ERECTION CO 353 Carrera Dr Mill Valley 200-263-08 (21-0/0) 2 Story Robert Jay Weltman Revca MCGUINNESS CONSTRUCTION 12990 Sir Francis Drake Blvd I 112-042-07 (21--0/0)(12)(13) Andrews Amanda D & JRC CONSTRUCTION 3 Cypress Ave Kentfield 071-172-19 (23) Rmdl 2 Bathr Perkins Eileen M DIEGO BROS INC. 283 E Strawberry Dr Mill Valle 043-233-13 (54) Repl Drivewa Silveira Anthony F C/O Al OVERLAND CONTRACTING 9501 Redwood Hwy Novato 125-160-15 (12) Repl 3 Batte Ellis Christopher J B Tr CREEDENCE CORPORATION 4703 Chileno Valley Rd Petalum 106-140-11 (93)Ag Exempt Bui Nguyen Deborah REBATH BY SCHICKER 533 Pine Crest Rd Mill Valley 050-061-27 (23-0/0) Remodel Aldridge Chester RADCO & ASSOCIATES INC 6 Laurel Grove Ave Kentfield 071-191-54 (24--0/1) Conv Ga Kathleen Doyle OWNER/BUILDER 536 Shoreline Hwy Mill Valley 050-061-02 (23-0/0) (58) Rem Lyons Henry T Iii & CALETTI JUNGSTEN CONSTR. 62 Rancheria Rd Kentfield 075-042-10 (62) Demo Limited O’connell Patricia A MOSHER, JACK CONSTR. INC. 28 Shell Rd Mill Valley 033-071-19 (50,54) Elect Pa Sierra Asset Servicing Ll OWNER/BUILDER 744 Estancia Way San Rafael 180-142-21 (23, 54) Rmdl 3 B Buckman Investment Llc- GUTIERREZ ROOFING CO. 7 Broadway Kentfield 071-162-06 (53) Reroof Landers Richard E Tr & CENTER LINE ROOFING 48 Redwood Dr Kentfield 074-061-02 (53) Reroof Schiller Ellen J Tr MERRITT-NELSON BLDRS 35 Corte Comoda Greenbrae 070-141-20 (50, 58, 54, 13) Livengood Elaine P /Tr/ OWNER/BUILDER 128 Mabry Way San Rafael 180-043-11 (23-0/0) Remodel Hanken Helga L /Tr/ SUPERIOR ROOFING 25 Elm Ave Kentfield 071-132-17 (53) Reroof Rappaport Andrew S /Tr GEORGE T. FLYNN CONSTRUCT 330 Horseshoe Hill Rd Bolinas 188-140-69 (50) New Undergro Rodrigues Harold & Cons FULL COVERAGE COMPANY 112 Reed Blvd Mill Valley 043-111-07 (53) Reroof

Value $175,000 $985,000 $12,000 $18,000 $15,000 $50,000 $43,370 $65,000 $15,800 $5,700 $19,520 $90,000 $11,134 $18,581 $20,100 $12,000 $18,000 $85,000 $13,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Address Owner 160 Shoreline Hwy Mill Valley 557 Oceana Dr Dillon Beach 513 Northern Ave Mill Valley 332 Mt Shasta Dr San Rafael 65 Crescente Ave Bolinas 452 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 8 Golden Iris Tr San Rafael 805 Everest Ct Mill Valley 575 Ethel Ave Mill Valley 533 Pine Crest Rd Mill Valley 536 Shoreline Hwy Mill Valley 744 Estancia Way San Rafael 128 Mabry Way San Rafael 112 Reed Blvd Mill Valley

Work Value Ultima Hospitality (55) Additional Foundation Sup Janssen Jacqueline J /Tr/ (92) Dry Rot Repairs Luster National Inc (50)(59) Convert Carport To Ga Jessen Christian H & (10) New Inground Pool, Spa An Saleh Alber E /Tr/ (21-0/0)(22-0/0) (13) Substant Hagemeister Patrick (22) Convert Crawlspace And Po Pasquinelli Kirk L & (12)(13) Pool Equipment Struct Rosenberg Frank S & (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 2.695 K W Foley Brett S (20--1/4,12) New S F D And Att Nguyen Deborah (23-0/0) Remodel Master And Ha Kathleen Doyle (23-0/0) (58) Remodel Kitchen Sierra Asset Servicing Llc (23, 54) Rmdl 3 Bas, Install P Livengood Elaine P /Tr/ (23-0/0) Remodel Bath Rodrigues Harold F & Consuelo (53) Reroof

$490,000 $12,000 $10,000 $47,000 $900,000 $85,000 $14,500 $14,000 $525,000 $43,370 $15,800 $90,000 $12,000 $13,000

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PERMITS CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Corte Madera

11/29/12

Corte Madera

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

AIMCO Madera Vista, Triad Fire Protection 350 Robin Dr LLC

Fire Sprinkler Installation

$12,500

12/6/12

Frances P Hamman & Pacific Circle Inc. J Pieter

5 Endeavor CV

Replace deck

$18,000

Corte Madera

12/5/12

DeDominicis

Diego Lopez

38 Diamond Head Psge

Remodel Bath

$25,000

Corte Madera

12/6/12

Offringa & Gregory

Balance Builders, Inc.

610 Chapman Dr

Remodel Bath, Office

$45,000

Corte Madera

12/7/12

AIMCO Madera Vista, Tricorp Construction 200 Upland Cir LLC

Exterior Demo

$100,000

Corte Madera

11/27/12

770 Tamalpais Dr Inc

Hilbers, Inc.

437 Corte Madera Town Ctr

Commercial TI

$400,000

Novato

12/6/12

Alferness Karen L

Able Roofing Co

218 Butterfield Dr

Reroof

$15,875

Novato

12/6/12

Ghirardo Steven E &

Able Roofing Co

31 Erica Ct

Reroof

$17,995

Novato

12/4/12

Delgado Javier &

Home Depot At Home Services

12 Haverhill Ct

Reroof

$18,467

Novato

12/4/12

Schacht Kenneth E / Tr/ &

Leo’S Roofing

62 Hamilton Dr Unit B

Reroof

$19,725

Novato

12/6/12

Sharon& Vern Boyett

Owner-Builder

8 Cheda Knolls Dr

Construction

$21,000

Novato

12/3/12

Michael Dominguez/ Robert Rees

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

151 San Felipe Way

Construction

$25,000

Novato

12/4/12

Rolka James E & Gail West Coast Solar M Inc

2104 Feliz Dr

Solar

$46,000

Novato

12/4/12

Sutter Health

Kaiser Foundation Health Plan

100 Rowland Way

Construction

$190,000

San Anselmo

11/26/12

Lauren Cooney

Owner-builder

408 Scenic Ave

Replace furnace & Relocate Laundry

$10,000

San Anselmo

11/15/12

Richard Wentworth

Owner-builder

19,21,23 Parkway

Reroof

$10,000

San Anselmo

11/15/12

Mark Krajan

OHR Heating & A/C Inc.

47 Yolanda Dr

Replace furnace & ducts

$10,000

San Anselmo

11/5/12

Kevin Klyse

Owner-builder

42 Lincoln Park

Retrofit Windows, Furnace

$10,000

San Anselmo

11/5/12

Arvid Olson

Clint Simons

20 Rosemont Ave

Replace Garage

$11,000

San Anselmo

11/13/12

Charles McLaughlin

SolarCity

30 Vineyard Ave

Solar

$12,000

San Anselmo

11/25/12

Nancy Curvino

Owner-builder

5 Berlin Avenue

Reroof

$14,600

San Anselmo

11/14/12

Pet Food Express

SHS

862-874 Sir Francis Drake

Install Loading Dock

$20,000

San Anselmo

11/29/12

Kris Maretzki

SF Builders

215 Laurel Ave

Remodel Bath, Family Room

$30,000

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PERMITS

City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Anselmo

11/5/12

Susan & Greg Flandermeyer

Owner-builder

62 Lincoln Park

Bath Remodel

$30,000

San Anselmo

11/21/12

Demund McDonald Jr.

Overland

324 Sir Francis Drake Blvd

Install antennas

$45,000

San Anselmo

11/19/12

Lauren Cooney

BrownCo

408 Scenic Ave

Replace steps, siding, windows

$50,000

San Anselmo

11/1/12

Eli Cohen

Cesar Abon

15 Santa Barbara Ave

Kitch & Bath Remodel

$60,000

San Anselmo

11/28/12

Gunther Haller

Owner-builder

27 El Cerrito

Kitch & Bath Remodel

$75,000

San Anselmo

11/19/12

Andrew Fesser / Susan Francis

Design Build Alliance, Inc.

16 Kendrick Drive

Replace Decks

$80,000

San Anselmo

11/28/12

Scott Bitner & Robin Sanchez

Building Lab, Inc.

472 Laurel Ave

Kitch, Bed & Bath Remodel

$85,000

San Anselmo

11/19/12

Heather Hardcastle

Green Vision Building & Design

702 San Anselmo Avenue

New Retail & Bakery

$175,000

San Anselmo

11/8/12

Madrone Project, LLC Madrone Project, LLC

129 Madrone Ave.

Demo & New SFD

$543,200

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

12/04/2012

BANK OF MARIN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0075737

12/05/2012

CENTRAL MARIN SANITATION AGENCY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076278

12/05/2012

COUNTY OF MARIN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076249

12/04/2012

DIEGO BROS INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0075737

12/05/2012

EURO STYLE MANAGEMENT INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076278

12/05/2012

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076249

12/03/2012

JEFFREY NOVAK GENERAL CONTRACTOR INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0075259

12/05/2012

MARIN COUNTY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076249

12/06/2012

MARIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076544

12/06/2012

MARIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076545

12/06/2012

MICHAEL PAUL CO INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076544

12/07/2012

MOE PAMELA (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076708

12/07/2012

MOE PAUL M (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076708

12/06/2012

NORTH MARIN WATER DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076595

12/03/2012

NOVAK FAMILY TRUST (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0075259

12/03/2012

NOVAK ISABEL E /TR/ (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0075259

12/03/2012

NOVAK JEFFREY L /TR/ (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0075259

12/06/2012

PACIFIC MECHANICAL CORPORATION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076545

12/07/2012

PAUL M MOE-BROCKET CONSTRUCTION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076708

12/06/2012

RANGER PIPELINES (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0076595

LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

12/03/2012

BAHIA DE RAFAEL FOURPLEX HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

WILLIAMSON MICHAEL G (O)

LIEN

2012-0075444

12/04/2012

CENTER PLACE HOA (E)

RODRIGUEZ MARTIN (O)

LIEN

2012-0075875

12/04/2012

CENTER PLACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

RODRIGUEZ MARTIN (O)

LIEN

2012-0075875

12/07/2012

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (E)

LUCKY STORES INC (O)

LIEN

2012-0076652

12/06/2012

MADERA MARIN HOA (E)

COLLIER KAREN (O)

LIEN

2012-0076495

12/04/2012

MARIN COUNTY (E)

JESSE POLK TRUST (O)

LIEN

2012-0075771

12/04/2012

MARIN COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY-PLANNING (E)

JESSE POLK TRUST (O)

LIEN

2012-0075771

12/03/2012

MATCO INC CONSTRUCTION & RESTORATION (E)

SHIN DOSOOK (O)

LIEN

2012-0075397

12/03/2012

SAN RAFAEL GABLES HOA (E)

ECHEVARRIA MARIO (O)

LIEN

2012-0075373

12/03/2012

SAN RAFAEL GABLES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

ECHEVARRIA MARIO (O)

LIEN

2012-0075373

12/07/2012

SELF-INSURERS SECURITY FUND (E)

LUCKY STORES INC (O)

LIEN

2012-0076652

12/04/2012

SHELTER RIDGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC (E)

HOECHSTETTER WENDY ANN LIEN (O)

2012-0075876

12/07/2012

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

LUCKY STORES INC (O)

2012-0076652

LIEN

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

12/03/2012

BERNARD PSHER M JEWISH COMM (E)

MEAD CLARK LUMBER (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0075267

12/05/2012

BUTLER KEVIN A (E)

CITIBANK /SOUTH DAKOTA/ (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076277

12/07/2012

CLARKE FREDERICK R (E)

CITY OF NOVATO (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076933

12/07/2012

CLARKE FREDERICK R (E)

NOVATO CITY (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076933

12/07/2012

CLARKE JOYCE B (E)

CITY OF NOVATO (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076933

12/07/2012

CLARKE JOYCE B (E)

NOVATO CITY (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076933

12/06/2012

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

KENNELLY THOMAS M (E)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076486

12/03/2012

GARCIA DARRELL A (E)

SOLANO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0075568

12/06/2012

KENNELLY THOMAS M (E)

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076486

12/07/2012

PARETO BLANCA ISLAS (E)

TAMALPAIS GARDENS (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076626

12/05/2012

RITE AID CORPORATION (E)

MOTAS FLOORCOVERING INC RELEASE OF (O) LIEN

2012-0076248

12/07/2012

RUIZ MAYRA ISLAS (E)

TAMALPAIS GARDENS (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076626

12/05/2012

ST CLAIR ELIZABETH (E)

SKYLARK MEADOWS OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0076313

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

TAX LIENS Recording Date 12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MOLNAR RONALD L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075410

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PETROVICH MICHAEL A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075411

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

VIVALDI GREGORY (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075412

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ZUCKERMAN ZACHARY E (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075413

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BRAMMER MARY J (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075414

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SATTERFORD ROBERT B (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075415

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

LEE JIM N (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075416

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ALTBERG EBBE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075417

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HOLLAND ROBERT P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075418

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

STEELE COREY C (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075419

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AMADORSANCHEZ JAVIER G (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075420

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GONZALEZORDONEZ EVER F (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075421

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

FENTON LORIEN A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075422

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ABBETT GREGORY W (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075423

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ABBETT JENNIFER (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075424

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS TAX LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WOODS KEVIN D /EST/ (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075425

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TANSEY DAVID (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075426

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CROSSON MICHAEL P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075427

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BELL JERRELL S (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075428

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WAGNER JOHN P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075429

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

POWERS MARK (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075430

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BRYANT RICHARD P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075431

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BLISS CHRISTOPHER R (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075432

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HERNANDEZ JORGE A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075433

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KEYSER MICHAEL S (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075434

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ARRIOLAGARCIA JULIAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075435

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MC HALE THOMAS (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075436

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SANDERS ELIZABETH T (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075437

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GARCIA WUILIAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075438

12/03/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JOHAIR JANAN T (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075439

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MC CAULEY MARC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076240

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

THONGSAEN SIRADA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076240

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MACINNIS DOUG (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076241

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ACEVEDO CHRISTOPHER (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076242

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AUTHENTISURE INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076270

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

M4 STRUCTURES INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076271

12/05/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MARIN AUDIO TECHNOLOGY LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076272

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SANZO NICHOLAS F (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076536

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

COX BRENT T (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076537

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CARROLL BRIAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076538

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

NINA MORSE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076539

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MAZARIEGOS ARIEL (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076540

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BICHAO JOSE L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076541

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

LOPEZ GUDELINA P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076542

12/06/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

NEMEZIO JEANY C (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076543

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

VIOLA ATTILA L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076870

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

DIOSI ANTHONY W (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076871

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HENRY KRISHNA R (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076872

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TOSHITSUNE AGNES L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076873

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HAYES JAY L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076874

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SASSANI JOHN L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076875

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

YAHIRO TAKESHIGE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076876

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

HUGHES LACHLAN T (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076877

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MC KINLEY KEVIN L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076878

12/07/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BLUNT PETER H (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0076890

12/04/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC CANN JOHN E (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075917

12/04/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC CANN NANCY L (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0075917

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Project Bid Schedule

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

Friday, December 07, 2012 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SERVICES

Plan#: 744-PA/OL SANTA ROSA 12-00744 REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST AND TECHNICAL SUBMITTALS Project Type: SERVICES Bid Date: 12/7/2012 5:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 12-42 Contact: SANTA ROSA, CITY OF, PURCHASING OFFICE 707-5433709

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 STATION AND TUNNEL EMERGENCY LIGHTING

OAKLAND AND 12-00643 BERKELEY PROVIDE BATTERY ROOMS, BATTERY ROOM VENTILATION SYSTEM, EYE WASH STATIONS, BATTERIES AND BATTERY RACKS, UPS AND UPS MAINTENANCE BYPASS CABINETS AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: ELECTRICAL Bid Date: 12/11/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 3 12/3/2012 Ref #: 15II-110 Est. Cost: $2000000to $4500000 Prebid Conf: 10/3/2012 9:00 AM Plan#: 643-PA/OL

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

UNION CITY INTERMODAL STATION PHASE 2-BART STATION IMPROVEMENTS

OAKLAND 12-00701 Plan#: 701PAPER CONSTRUCTION OF A 2000 SQUARE FOOT CONCOURSE ADDITION ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE UNION CITY STATION AND RECONFIGURATION OF THE EXISTING STATION CONCOURSE, INCLUDING FINISH SURFACE UPGRADES TO PROVIDE A FREE PASSAGE THROUGH THE ATATION FOR FUTURE CONNECTION Project Type: PUBLIC IMPVS Bid Date: 12/11/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 01VM-110A Est. Cost: $11000000to $13000000 Prebid Conf: NOVEMBER 8,2012 AT 9:00AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT 510-464-6383

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Arntz Builders, Inc. C. Overaa and Co. LANE-AIRE MANUFACTURING WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Phone

FA BLDG WEATHERIZATION

12-00745 Plan#: 745-PA/OL KENTFIELD DEMOLITION OF THE EXISTING METAL INFILL PANELS AND STRUCTURE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE BUILDING, SAVE THE EXISTING STRUCTURE FOR THE REINSTALLATION ON THE NEW CANOPY, CONSTRUCT NEW GLASS CANTILEVERED CANOPY, CONSTRUCT NEW VERTICAL GLAZED FACADE ON THE SOUT Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 12/11/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $765000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 306D Prebid Conf: MAND 12/4/12 10:00 AM Contact: SWINERTON MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING, INC. 415884-3139

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

A.E. Nelson Construction 707-636-1750 BOBO CONSTRUCTION, INC.916-685-2285 CF CONTRACTING 415-721-7160 GONSALVES & STRONCK 650-802-2960 CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC KCK Builders 415-559-9312 Murray Building 707-939-9001 MURRAY BUILDING INC 707-939-9001 RE West Builders 707-576-1224 Rodan Builders Inc 650-508-1700

Fax 707-636-1755 916-714-4850 415-296-6437 650-802-2970

415-453-9250 707-939-9048 707-939-9048 707-541-0117 650-508-1705

DICK'S SPORTING GOODS

DALY CITY 12-00746 Plan#: 746-CD WORK INCLUDES DEMOLITION, SAW CUTTING, PAVEMENT MARKINGS, CONCRETE, CHAIN LINK FENCING, STRUCTURAL STEEL, MASONRY, ROUGH CARPENTRY, FRP, BUILDING INSULATION, ROOF, SHEET METAL/FLASHING, HOLLOW METAL DOORS & FRAMES, STOREFRONT, METAL STUD/DRYWALL, ACCOUSTI Project Type: COMMERCIAL Bid Date: 12/11/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 12/6/2012 Prebid Conf: 11/28/12 11:OO AM Contact: S.D.DEACON CORP. OF CALIFORNIA 916-969-0900

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

T.D. FARRELL

Fax

770-751-5440 770-754-3113

Fax

415-382-1188 415-883-7529 510-234-0926 510-237-2435 916-732-2224 916-732-2227 415-456-8972 415-459-0665

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, December 12, 2012 HILLVIEW RESERVOIR REHABILITATION

PITTSBURG 12-00729 Plan#: 729PAPER WORK INCLUDES INSTALLATION OF LATERAL RESTRAINT CLIPS FOR COLUMNS INSIDE THE RESERVOIR, INTERIOR RECOATING AND EXTERIOR COATING REPAIRS; INSTALLATION OF A SAFETY GATE ON THE ROOF, MODIFYING THE HANDRAIL, ADDING FLEXIBILITY TO THE DRAIN LINE, ADDING A MIXI Project Type: RESERVOIR Bid Date: 12/12/2012 2:30 PM Est. Cost: $550000 Addenda: 3 12/3/2012 Ref #: 2011-12 Prebid Conf: 11/15/12 10:00 AM

KTD UTILITIES PROJECT-PHASE 1 KENTFIELD CAMPUS

12-00748 Plan#: 748-PA/OL KENTFIELD UNDERGROUND PIPING WORK TO INSTALL A PATHWAY FOR COMMUNICATIONS CABLING AND WIRING, INSTALLATION OF FOUR SEGMENTS OF 4 INCH COMMUNICATIONS CANDUIT PIPING BETWEEN TWO EXISTING UNDERGOUND COMMUNICATIONS BOXES ON THE COLLEGE OF MARIN CAMPUS Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 12/12/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $100000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 305A Prebid Conf: 12/6/12 10:00 AM Contact: MARIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 415-457-8811

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

FORT BRAGG ELECTRIC MURRAY BUILDING INC

Fax

707-964-9118 707-964-1404 707-939-9001 707-939-9048

Thursday, December 13, 2012 ALEXANDER BRIDGE SEISMIC RETROFIT AND REHABILITATION

Plan#: 650-PA/OL LARKSPUR 12-00650 RETROFIT OF ALEXANDER AVENUE OVERHEAD SUBSTRUCTURE. THE RETROFIT INCLUDES CONSTRUCTING A SEISMIC APPROACH TO THE ABUTMENTS, AN INFILL WALL AT BENT 2 AND ADDING ADDITIONAL REINFORCING AND CONCRETE TO THE COLUMNS AND BENT CAPS AT BENTS CAPACITY. Project Type: BRIDGE WORK Bid Date: 12/13/2012 11:00 AM Addenda: 2 11/30/2012 Ref #: 900-2008-010Est. Cost: $1400000 240-001 Prebid Conf: 11/1/2012 10:00 AM Contact: LARKSPUR, CITY OF, D.P.W. 415-927-5017

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Alten Construction Inc CF CONTRACTING Ghilotti Construction Co Inc Valentine Corporation WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Phone 510-234-4200 415-721-7160 707-585-1221 415-453-3732 415-456-8972

Fax 510-234-4474 415-296-6437 707-585-1601 415-457-5820 415-459-0665

A ONE-STORY ED ADDITION AND PENTHOUSE TO UKIAH VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER

Plan#: 689-PA/OL UKIAH 12-00689 WORK INCLUDES A NEW 25,260 SF ONE-STORY STEEL FRAMED ADDITION TO THE EXISTING HOSPITAL. THE ADDITION PROVIDES A REPLACEMENT 8-BED INTENSIVE CARE DEPARTMENT AND 19 POSITION EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. A 2,367 SF MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL PENTHOUSE AND A HELICOPTER Project Type: ADDITION Bid Date: 12/13/2012 10:00 AM Addenda: 1 11/8/2012 Ref #: #HS-102271-23 Contact: HBE CORPORATION 314-567-9000

CONSTRUCTION, DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF THE SULLIVAN AVENUE WELL

DALY CITY 12-00718 Plan#: 718PAPER THE CONSTRUCTION, DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A NEW DRINKING WATER WELL ON PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF 91ST AND SULLIVAN AVENUE Project Type: WELL Bid Date: 12/13/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Contact: DALY CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & WASTEWATER RESOURCES 650-991-8207

AS-NEEDED MAIN SEWER REPLACEMENT (BSSR PAVING SPRING 2013)

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00724 Plan#: 724-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT IS TO PROVIDE AS-NEEDED MAIN SEWER REPLACEMENT AT LOCATIONS TO BE DETERMINED WITHIN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SF. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 12/13/2012 2:00 PM to $3300000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: WW-560 Prebid Conf: 11/20/12 AT 10:00AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY & COUNTY 415-554-3136

NORTH BAY WATER REUSE PROGRAM SONOMA VALLEY COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT NAPA SALT MARSH RESTORATION PIPELINE (CARNEROS RESERVOIR TO HUICHICA UNIT) Plan#: 741-PA/OL

SONOMA COUNTY AND 12-00741 NAPA COUNTY CONSTRUCTION OF A RECYCLED WATER TRANSMISSION PIPELINE IN TWO SEGMENTS. WORK INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, THE INSTALLATION OF 18,200 LF OF 18-INCH DIAMETER RECYCLED WATER TRANSMISSION PIPELINE BY MEANS OF DIRECT BURY, HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONAL DRILLING Project Type: PIPELINE Bid Date: 12/13/2012 10:00 AM Addenda: 3 12/6/2012 Ref #: 71-712-7 #1 Est. Cost: $5000500to $6000000 Prebid Conf: MAND 11/27/12 10:00 AM OR 11/29/12 2:00 PM Contact: SONOMA VALLEY COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT 707547-1900

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Argonaut Constructors 707-542-4862 707-542-3210 GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO PRESTON PIPELINES 408-262-1418 408-262-1870

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Project Bid Schedule NAC HAZMAT PROJECT (303B)

12-00753 Plan#: 753-PA/OL KENTFIELD THE PHASED REMOVAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FROM FIVE COLLEGE OF MARIN CAMPUS BUILDINGS. THE WORK WILL BE PHASED PER BUILDING AS THE BUILDINGS ARE VACATED AND TAKEN PERMANENTLY OFF-LINE BY THE COLLEGE Project Type: HAZMAT Bid Date: 12/13/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 12/6/2012 Ref #: 303B Est. Cost: $150000 Prebid Conf: 12/4/12 10:00 AM Contact: MARIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 415-884-3139

Friday, December 14, 2012 REMODEL/ADDITION ALLEAVITCH RESIDENCE

SAUSALITO 12-00760 NEW Plan#: 760PAPER REMODEL/ADDITION AND SITEWORK FOR SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE. PRE-BID VISIT OR WALK-THROUGH UPON REQUEST. PROPOSED START DATE: 4/15/2013. Project Type: ADDITION Bid Date: 12/14/2012 5:00 PM Addenda: 0 Contact: RPB CONSTRUCTION, INC. 415-331-2226

Monday, December 17, 2012 HOPLAND VETERANS BUILDING ADA IMPROVEMENTS

12-00742 Plan#: 742-PA/OL HOPLAND CLASS "B" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 12/17/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 12/6/2012 Prebid Conf: MAND 11/26/12 1:00 PM Contact: MENDOCINO COUNTY GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY 707-234-6065

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Carr's Construction Services FORT BRAGG ELECTRIC GCCI Inc

Fax

707-539-8650 707-537-1844 707-964-9118 707-964-1404 707-545-2134 707-545-2156

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 BART EARTHQUAKE SAFETY PROGRAM STATION STRUCTURE-A LINE

12-00726 Plan#: 726-PA/OL ALAMEDA COUNTY THE WORK INCLUDES SEISMIC RETROFIT FOR FOUR BART STATIONS ON THE ALAMEDA LINE IN SAN LEANDRO, HAYWARD, SOUTH HAYWARD AND FREMONT. Project Type: STRUCTURAL Bid Date: 12/18/2012 2:00 PM RETROFIT Addenda: 0 Ref #: 15PJ-110B Est. Cost: $10000000to $12000000 Prebid Conf: 11/29/12 9:00 AM Contact: BART 510-464-6550

STEVENS CREEK TRAIL ACCESS POINT IMPROVEMENTS NORTH OF EL CAMINO REAL, PROJECT 11-35

MOUNTAIN VIEW 12-00747 Plan#: 747-CD PROJECT INCLUDES INSTALLATION OF CURB, SIDEWALK, ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT, FENCES, GATE, LANDSCAPING AND IRRIGATION. Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 12/18/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $80000to Addenda: 0 Ref #: 11-35 $95000 Prebid Conf: 12/7/12 10:00 AM Contact: MOUNTAIN VIEW, CITY OF DPW 650-903-6311

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Bennett Fencing

Fax

530-852-2618 530-653-2163

MARIN COUNTY CIVIC CENTER BOILER EMISSIONS MODIFICATIONS

12-00754 Plan#: 754-PA/OL SAN RAFAEL THE DESIGN, ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATIONS REQUIRED FOR THE MODIFICATION OR REPLACEMENT OF A 150 HP CLEAVER BROOKS BOILER NATURAL GAS BURNER ASSEMBLY, AS NECESSARY TO BRING THE BOILER INTO FULL COMPLIANCE WITH ALL STATUTORY EMISSIONS RREQUI Project Type: MODIFICATIONS Bid Date: 12/18/2012 3:00 PM Est. Cost: $90000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: CAP 12-008 Prebid Conf: 12/11/12 10:30 AM Contact: MARIN COUNTY DEPT. OF PUB WORKS 415-499-7877

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 NORTH PARKSIDE DRIVE AND WILLOW PASS ROAD WIDENING AND BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

Plan#: 749-PA/OL PITTSBURG 12-00749 SIDEWALK AND PATHWAY CONSTRUCTION, ROADWAY WIDENING, PAVEMENT REHABILITATION AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 12/19/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2010-16A Est. Cost: $1150000 Contact: PITTSBURG, CITY OF 925-252-4925

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING Ghilotti Construction Co Inc Mission City Rebar, Inc OC Jones and Sons

415-721-7160 707-585-1221 925-449-6999 510-526-3424

Fax 415-296-6437 707-585-1601 925-447-8797 510-526-0990

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Alten Construction Inc Arntz Builders, Inc. C. Overaa and Co. Diede Construction WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Phone 510-234-4200 415-382-1188 510-234-0926 209-369-8255 415-456-8972

Fax 510-234-4474 415-883-7529 510-237-2435 209-368-0600 415-459-0665

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Project Bid Schedule DOT 04-4A9254 INSTALL TRAFFIC SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE

Plan#: DOTSAN MATEO & SANTA 12-00750 OLONLY CLARA COUNTIES INSTALL TRAFFIC SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE. IN SAN MATEO AND SANTA CLARA COUNTIES AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CLASS C LICENSES: C-10 Project Type: CALTRANS Bid Date: 12/19/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SM,SCI-82, to $6100000 84, 101, 109, 114-VAR Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Cal Electro

Fax

530-223-5937 530-221-7038

Tuesday, January 15, 2013 DOT 04-2A4404 PLACE & WIDEN HMA RDWY, CONST. SOIL NAIL WALLS, RWS & LEFT TURN LANE

SANTA CLARA COUNTY 12-00751 Plan#: DOTOLONLY PLACE & WIDEN HMA RDWY, CONST SOIL NAIL WALLS, RWS & LEFT TURN LANE. IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY NEAR GILROY FROM OLD LAKE ROAD TO 0.3 MILE EAST OF OLD LAKE ROAD AND FROM 0.4 MILE WEST TO 0.6 MILE EAST OF LOVERS LANE. Project Type: CALTRANS Bid Date: 1/15/2013 2:00 PM to $7700000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SCI-15216.2/R16.5 R18.5/R19.5 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Thursday, December 20, 2012 DELAWARE STREET BIKE LANE AND STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

12-00757 NEW Plan#: 757-PA/OL SAN MATEO CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 12/20/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 465152 Est. Cost: $1200000 Contact: SAN MATEO, CITY OF PWD 650-522-7314

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

Tuesday, January 08, 2013 DOT 04-0A1854 RECONSTRUCT INTERCHANGE

Plan#: DOTSONOMA COUNTY 12-00725 OLONLY CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. RECONSTRUCT INTERCHANGE IN SONOMA COUNTY IN PETALUMA FROM 0.6 MILE SOUTH TO 0.4 MILE NORTH OF OLD REDWOOD HIGHWAY OVERCROSSING. 2:00 PM Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/8/2013 to $21800000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SON-1017.1/8.1 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376 707-585-1221 707-585-1601

Thursday, January 10, 2013 GREENWOOD BEACH PUMP STATIONS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

TIBURON 12-00761 NEW Plan#: 761 PAPER THE WORK INCLUDES FURNISHING ALL LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PUMP STATION IMPROVEMENTS, INCLUDING PUMPS, PIPING, CONCRETE WORK AND ELECTRICAL WORK TOGETHER WITH ALL APPURTENANCES, CONNECTIONS AND TESTING FOR THE COMPLETED AN Project Type: PUMP STATION Bid Date: 1/10/2013 10:00 AM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: MAND 12/18/12 10:00 AM Contact: NUTE ENGINEERING 415-453-4480

Phone

Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

707-585-1221 707-585-1601

Thursday, January 17, 2013 TILDEN CORPORATION YARD MAINTENANCE FACILITY

Plan#: 755-PA/OL ORINDA 12-00755 CONSTRUCTION OF AN EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE BUILDING WITHIN THE EXISTING TILDEN PARK CORPORATION YARD: APPROX. 5,700 SF CMU BUILDING, FULLY SPRINKLERED, WITH 3 REPAIR BAYS, SHOP, OFFICE AND STORAGE. SITE WORK INCLUDES REPLACEMENT PAVING AND UNDERGROUND UTI Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 1/17/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 149200 Est. Cost: $1500000 Prebid Conf: 12/10/12 10;00 AM Contact: EAST BAY REG PARK DISTRICT 510-544-2301

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Aztec Constructors Menghetti Construction WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Fax

925-837-1050 925-837-1652 209-524-2465 209-524-2495 415-456-8972 415-459-0665

PORTER CREEK ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

SONOMA COUNTY 12-00758 NEW Plan#: 758PAPER REPLACE EXISTING BRIDGE WITH A 62-FOOT-WIDE BY 160-FOOTLONG SINGLE SPAN CONCRETE BOX GIRDER BRIDGE ALONG WITH THE WIDENING OF THE APPROACH ROADWAYS AND CONSTRUCTION OF A LEFT TURN LANE AT FRANZ VALLEY ROAD. CLASS "A" LICENSE WITH HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE REM Project Type: BRIDGE Bid Date: 1/17/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: COOO28 Contact: SONOMA COUNTY TRANS & PW 707-565-2231

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

707-585-1221 707-585-1601

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Project Bid Schedule 8-INCH DUCTILE IRON PIPE MAIN INSTALLATION IN JACKSON, WASHINGTON, SACRAMENTO, AND DAVIS STREETS

- MBA Quote of the Week -

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00759 NEW Plan#: 759-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THIS PROJECT IS TO INSTALL 8INCH MAIN AND RENEW SERVICES IN JACKSON, WASHINGTON, SACRAMENTO, AND DAVIS STREETS, AND RENOVATE PAVEMENT AND REPLACE SEWER ON SACRAMENTO STREET. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/17/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: WD-2503 to $1900000 Prebid Conf: 12/17/12 AT 10:30AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO CITY & COUNTY 415-551-4603

Thursday, January 24, 2013 JAIL SECURITY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADES PHASE I

NAPA 12-00752 Plan#: 752-CD THE WORK INVOLVES DEMOLITION, CONSTRUCTION OF INTERIOR WALLS, AND INSTALLATION OF SPLIT HVAC SYSTEMS, FIRE STOPPING, INSTALLATION OF A FIRE DAMPER, INSTALLATION OF ELECTRICAL CONDUIT, INSTALLATION OF PLUMBING AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS WORK. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/24/2013 3:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: PW 11-04 Prebid Conf: MAND JAN 10, 2013 AT 10:00AM Contact: NAPA COUNTY DPW 707-257-9305

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

BOBO CONSTRUCTION, INC.916-685-2285 916-714-4850 CF CONTRACTING 415-721-7160 415-296-6437

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 SONOMA VALLEY COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT UPGRADE

12-00756 NEW Plan#: 756-PA/OL SONOMA WORK INCLUDES THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW SCREW PRESS AND CONSTRUCTION OF NEW EQUIPMENT AND LOAD-OUT BUILDING, REMOVAL OF AN EXSTING BELT PRESS AND CONVEYOR AND REPLACEMENT OF POLYMER BLENDING UNIT; ELECTRICAL; AND PREP AND PAINTING OF PUMP ROOM IN THE EXIS Project Type: UPGRADES Bid Date: 1/29/2013 10:00 AM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 70-712-7#2 Est. Cost: $2500000to $3000000 Prebid Conf: 1/8/13 10:00 AM AND 1/10/13 2:00 PM Contact: SONOMA VALLEY COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT 707547-1900

The circulation of confidence is

better than

the circulation of money. - James Madison

Friday, February 01, 2013 CROWS LANDING AIR FACILITY

12-00708 Plan#: 708-PA/OL STANISLAUS COUNTY STANISLAUS COUNTY IS SEEKING A MASTER DEVELOPER PARTNER FOR A 1,531 ACRE FORMER AIR FACILITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION 2:30 PM Bid Date: 2/1/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: #12-55 MP Prebid Conf: 11/16/12 2:00 PM Contact: STANISLAUS, COUNTY OF 209-525-6319

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Project Bid RESULTS PROJECT BID RESULTS 11.29.12 - 12.05.12 Date 11/29/2012

11/29/2012

11/29/2012

12/3/2012

12/4/2012

12/5/2012

12/5/2012

Job Name

Location

ADMINSTRATION BUILDING REMODEL

NAPA

CARR’S CONST. SERV

$571,250.00

BOBO CONST.

$624,000.00

GCCI INC.

$630,000.00

EMPIRE GRADE RD. PM 15.0 STORM DAMAGE REPAIR

SANTA CRUZ

ANDERSON PACIFIC ENG

$680,085

ETIC ENG.

$696,830

MONTEREY PENINSULA

$728,490

SAN ANTONIO BACKUP PIPELINE

ALAMEDA COUNTY

RANGER PIPELINES

$31,372,335.00

STEVE P. RADOS, INC

$31,644,555.00

SJ ARMOROSO CONST.

$34,497,000.00

PIER 23 ELECTRICAL SERVICE UPGRADE 34TH AMERICA’S CUP EVENT 2759

SAN FRANCISCO

ANVIL BUILDERS

$428,499

SCHEMBRI CONST.

$437,000

US ELECTRIC TECH.

$611,000

SOUTH HALL ROAD IMPROVEMENT

BERKELEY

DRYCO CONST.

$156,500.00

AJW PAVING & GRADING

$178,750.00

AMERICAN ASPHALT REPAIR & SURFACING

$237,772.00

BICENTENNIAL WAY & MENDOCINO AVE. TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATION

SANTA ROSA

GHILOTTI BROS.

$662,902

TEAM GHILOTTI

$716,815

ARGONAUT CONSTRUCTORS

$737,396

WEST GRANT STREET RAILROAD CROSSING, SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL

HEALDSBURG

SIRI GRADING & PAVING

$447,178

REGE CONST.

$448,364

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

WINDOWS Concrete Superintendent

MARIN GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS SELLING:

10

Brand NEW Milgard Fixed Picture Windows @ $500 each and includes FULL LIFETIME

Maloney Construction Inc. is seeking a Concrete Superintendent for Northern California Caltrans Project. Must be able to read plans and spec. Experience in form work, flat work , rebar, estimating, Daily reports, able to run and manage crews. Must have reliable vehicle and good driving record. Please email resume to maloneyconst@att.net

Milgard Warranty ULTRA SOUND REDUCTION

Specs: _ Tuscany White Vinyl Nail On _ 1 3/8” Backset on Fin _ Suncoat Low E Tempered _ Clear Laminated Glass Sizes:

• 6 @ 48 3/4” x 75” Fixed 3/16” Tempered/ 1/4” Clear Laminated

• 4 @ 46 3/4” x 75” Fixed 3/16” Tempered/ 1/4” Clear Laminated Reason for selling: Ordered wrong profile so need to sell and would prefer to sell in one lot but will consider offers.

CONTACT Bill @ 415.602.8464

Field Supervisor and Concrete Foreman

Ghilotti Bros., Inc. is in search of 2 Field Supervisors to join our team. A Field Supervisor with Highway work/ Caltrans background is plus. The Concrete Foreman must specifically have an architectural concrete background. These positions will report to VP of Operations and Concrete Manager respectively.

Position: Part Time Bid Runner

Ghilotti Bros., Inc. is seeking an experienced part–time Bid Runner. Flexible hours range from 5-10 hours per week. Responsible for delivering bid documents. Must be dependable, punctual, and have excellent penmanship. The ability to listen and write quickly and accurately under pressure is crucial. Must have the confidence to meet strict time deadlines. Receives bid pricing and subcontractor information over the telephone. Reliable vehicle necessary and a clean driving record. Mileage reimbursed. Please apply to apply@ghilottibros.com or fax to 415.455.9274. Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 27


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Commercial General Contractor is looking for a Construction/Project Manager for Marin/SF/Sonoma. Please send your resume to : jobs@meylanconstruction.com

FONTANA CONSTRUCTION INC. Ca. License #487928 1945 E. Francisco Blvd. Suite N, San Rafael, Ca., 94901 Phone (415) 457-1290/Fax (415) 457-1294 Seeking Project Manager/Estimator for a Marin County based General Contractor. RequirementsDesired College Degree in Construction Management Minimum 6 Years Experience in the Construction Field Attention to details is a must Offering above average benefits Salary DOE Please submit your resume and contact information to office@fontanaco.com

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“I learned what an employer looks for in hiring an employee.” Former Student ROP

STUDENTS WILL LEARN:  GREEN BUILDING PRACTICES  JOB SITE & TOOL SAFETY  FRAMING  ELECTRICAL  PLUMBING  WINDOWS & DOORS  ROOFING  BLUE PRINT READING  BUILDING FROM LOCAL PROFESSIONALS  HANDS-ON TRAINING

 High School Students can earn credits-up to 5 units  Qualify for Summer Internship Employment with a Construction Professional  Earn the Marin County ROP Work Readiness Certificate The Marin County Office of Education Regional Occupational Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in any of its policies, procedures, or practices in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975.

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Free Energy gy Code Training g for Plans Examiners & Building Inspectors

Residential Building Energy Standards Essentials for Plans Examiners & Building Inspectors Building energy codes are complex. Plans examiners and building inspectors are expected to understand and enforce multiple codes. Conflicting priorities, time, workforce and budget constraints impact ability to deliver energy savings. This new, hands-on course strives to provide plans examiners and building inspectors with the knowledge and skills needed to more quickly and effectively enforce the energy code for Residential projects. Join us for this course to: • Understand the 2008 building energy efficiency standards for residential new construction, additions, dditi andd alterations lt ti • Understand the purpose of each of the residential compliance forms and related documents • Effectively communicate energy efficiency compliance options and requirements to builders and clients • Apply your knowledge of the Standards to typical job tasks Date: Time: Location: Cost: To Register:

Monday, December 10th, 2012 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Marin County Civic Center, 3501 Civic Center Dr., Rm 410B, San Rafael, CA 94903 Free http://mbaenergy.com/class/Marin121210PEBIr

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. All participants will receive a comprehensive workbook andd tools t l they th can use back b k on the th job. j b Don’t miss the nonresidential counterpart to this course. Contact Wendy Donaldson: wendy@mbaenergy.com for more information

This program is funded by California utility customers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.

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