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August 20, 2012 Vol. 56, Issue #34

Nominations to the Board of Directors The Nominating Committee shall nominate five (5) members in good standing. Nominations shall be presented to the Board of Directors for their review and presentation at the Annual Membership Meeting. ************** The Board of Directors has nominated the following members:

Diane Henderson – DMH Land Use Planning Jeff Mertel – Mertel Carpets Rob Scerri – Golden State Lumber Clayton Fraser – West Bay Builders Dave Trahan – Patriot Mechanical ************** Additional nominations may be made in writing, signed by not less than two (2) percent of the general members. Each additional nomination shall be filed with the Executive Director at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of the Annual Meeting. No nominations shall be made from the floor.

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

ConstruCtion & real estate attorneys

Chief Financial Officer jim Schalich - Schalich Brothers Construction

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Vice President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets, Inc.

Secretary Tyler Doherty - Cal West Rentals, Inc. PAST PRESIDENT Dave Tr ahan - Patriot Mechanical Executive Director Klif Knoles

Bond ClaiMs

Herb Moran - MOC Insurance Services John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting 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.

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Please join us for our

Annual Meeting & Election of Directors & Officers Tuesday, September 18, 2012 12:00 Noon 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael Reservations taken at the Association (415) 462-1220 or fax to (415) 462-1225 *********************************************************** Company Name ________________________________ Person(s) Attending _________________________________________

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

What is the new RRP Rule & how does this EPA regulation affect you? Thursday ~ October 11, 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 online at our website www.marinba.org Company:____________________________Phone:___________ Person(s) attending: _____________________________________ (All reservations must be prepaid. No refunds after August 10th. )

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Invitation to bid North Marin Water District

RECYCLED WATER EXPANSION – SOUTH SERVICE AREA PHASE 2 NMWD PROJECT NO. 5.6056.13. #555 Sealed proposals

in this issue Nomination to Board of Directors .......1 Directors

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EPA RRP Seminar ..........................4

will be received until

Bertotti Landscaping

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HLC Contractor Day

Thursday, September 6th @ 3:00PM

Kalb’s Q&A

at the District Office, 999 Rush Creek Place, Novato

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Phil Vermeulen ...................................10

A mandatory pre-bidding conference will be held August 15, 2012 at the North Marin District office, 999 Rush Creek Place, Novato, CA at 2:00 PM. A site visit tour will be conducted immediately following the pre-bidding conference. ATTENDANCE AT BOTH THE PREBID CONFERENCE AND SITE VISIT IS MANDATORY FOR ALL CONTRACTORS SUBMITTING A BID.The Engineer’s estimate for this project is $1,300,000.

The work of Project #555 includes: installation of 2,031 LF of 12” PVC pipeline, 6945 LF of 8” PVC pipeline on Bolling Drive, Captain Nurse Circle, Hamilton Parkway, Hangar Avenue, Lanham Drive, Main Gate Road, Martin Drive, North Hamilton Parkway, South Pal Drive and State Access Road, total 8,976 LF recycled water line, together with all appurtenances and all restorations. All inquiries about securing bid documents are to be directed to Eileen Blue via email: eblue@nmwd.com, Telephone No. 415-897-4133, ext 8460, or Fax No.: 415-892-8043. All technical inquires about Project #555 and the contract documents are to be directed in writing via regular mail, email or fax to be received by the District no later than 10:00 AM, August 27, 2012 and directed to: North Marin Water DistrictOwner, 666 Rush Creek Place, Novato, CA 94945, ATTN: Dave Jackson, Email: djackson@nmwd.com. Telephone No.: (415) 897-4133, ext. 8490, Fax No.: (415) 892-8043.

MBA Carwash Fundraiser

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Safety Topic: Excavation

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Permits

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Completions & Liens ........................20 Project Bid Schedule ..........................21 Bid Results ..........................................29 Classifieds ..........................................30 Membership Application ...................31

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PRESS RELEASE BERTOTTI LANDSCAPING, INC. WINS 6 AWARDS INCLUDING BEST OF SHOW.

The North Coast Chapter of the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) recently held it’s annual Landscape Achievement Awards program. The program honors projects in various categories and contract ranges for projects in Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties. All jobs are visited by independent judges rated on level of craftsmanship, difficulty and overall quality against other projects in the same category. Bertotti Landscaping, Inc of Petaluma was honored to win 6 awards. BEST of SHOW: The Runnfeldt Residence in Tiburon. Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture of San Francisco was the project Landscape Architect. Brad Stewart was the project supervisor and Luis Pulido was the project Foreman. The Runnfeldt residence also won First place in the Large Residential Maintenance Catergory. CUSTOM RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATION: First place for the Kowal Residence in Tiburon. Pedersen Associates in San Rafael were the Landscape Architects. Second Place for the Johnson Residence in Napa. Roche +Roche of Sonoma were the Landscape Architects. MEDIUM COMMERCIAL INSTALLATION: First Place. The Clipper Yacht Harbor in Sausalito. The Landscape Architects were Anza Environments. MEDIUM RESIDENTIAL MAINTENANCE: First Place for the Hess Residence in Petaluma. BERTOTTI LANDSCAPING, INC is located at 2425 Old Adobe Rd Petaluma. The company was established in 1974 and is 30% employee owned. Bertotti has won over 130 local, state and national awards for it’s landscape construction and maintenance work. Contact : Tony Bertotti at 415-559-2383 Tonyb@bertotti.com www.bertotti.com

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BUILDING THE FUTURE

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ROP CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2012

“Construction education is where education meets the real world” CONTACT: TOM ELLER INSTRUCTOR 415 488-9865 Office 415 606-1955 Cell the4const@aol.com Sponsored By: Marin County Office of Education Regional Occupational Program Marin Builders Association National Assoc. of Remodeling Indus-

For the last seventeen years students all over Marin County have had the opportunity to learn hands-on skills of the construction trade. In the summer of 2012 students had the opportunity to be hired for a six week Summer Internship with local contractors. Students placed with contractors 2012: Student - Christian Gordon Contractor - Torsen Construction Dean Barras and Mike Gordon Student - Jarron Wlodaver Contractor - Cal West Rentals Tyler Doherty and Randy Griffin Contractors supporting the Summer Internship Program: Ghilotti Bros. Mike Ghilotti, Tom Barr & Stephanie Taylor CLP Resources - Nicole Jalbert THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

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Kalb's Q&A for Contractors

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

When a contractor finds a situation that defies understanding, who are you going to call? Over the years our readers have found answers here and learned plenty from the misfortune of others. We go in depth for our first contractor’s inquiry, and discover if your materials supplier can demand a large down payment?.. Q: We are looking for help in clarifying the license requirements for the following: One of our customers is upgrading their existing underground fire lines within their property. It is a large site with multiple buildings. The new lines for this portion of work would tie into existing underground fire lines and run to either an exterior fire hydrant or exterior post indicator valve (PIV). At no time would we be installing the line to the interior of the building or altering any of the existing interior fire or alarm systems. It is strictly underground water piping, valves, vaults, and fire hydrants. In this case would a class “A” (General Engineering) license be sufficient for the work or would a “C-16” license be required? Our problem is that the City is telling us we must have the “C-16” class. For your information, we also hold a “C-34” classification. Thank you for your time and efforts on behalf of contractors.

weeks more before the Contractor is actually ready for it. Typically we require a 50% deposit to place the order, and when the material arrives in our yard, we invoice for the balance of the material. Are we doing anything that could get us in hot water? What is the appropriate B & P code that can be cited for this issue? I realize the contractor has limitations (10% of total job?) that they may collect as a deposit. A Thanks for your email. Your question is very timely in that the CSLB just issued a press release warning consumers “Not to pay more than 10% up front”. However, as a material supplier, we’re not aware of any restrictions regarding how much of a down payment you receive from a contractor or homeowner. As referenced in one of our prior columns, B&P Code 7052, exempts suppliers from, what would otherwise be, a 10% deposit restriction. We hope this information helps. While knowledge is power, knowing where to go for the answers is half the battle. Get expert assistance immediately when you call 866-443-0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 580, Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns at www.cutredtape.com.

A: Nice speaking with you this afternoon. In our opinion you can definably handle this type of work with an “A” or “C-34” classification. While a local building department may have more stringent requirements than the Contractor’s Board, your company should be able to move forward on this project without the “C-16”. Michael Brown, a former Board employee who worked for the CSLB for 25 years, backed up this opinion. The current CSLB Classification Deputy also feels your current classifications are proper. He stated, “if the scope of work is underground piping that supplies the fire suppression system, then the “A” or “C-34” may perform this scope of work”. Q: I love to read your columns in our local builder’s exchange and thank you in advance for any insight you may be able to offer. It is my understanding that as a supplier, (not an installer in any way, shape or form) we can collect deposits for material that must be special ordered. Our problem is that sometimes the material can take 8 to 12 weeks to arrive and then may sit in our yard for

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HOT TIMES IN SACRAMENTO! BY Phil Vermeulen, Governmental Relations

Also In This Update

of bidder security when electronic forms of bidding are used. The bill

would still allow for the security to be provided by paper means received

DIR Underground Task Force Meeting - A Bust

by the department prior to bid opening if the contracting Department so Dealings In The Capitol

chooses. This will save both state agencies and contractors significant

With less than two weeks remaining in this two-year session, things are

time and money! Once again, we’re the leaders in helping out the

really heating up around the halls! As I reported last week, the governor

construction industry!!!

has proposed a major workers’ compensation reform package. As expected, “the bottom feeders” who are major reasons that the costs of

One final bill of ours is on third reading in the Senate. AB 2021

comp are so high are fighting for their lives to keep the status quo. The

(Wagner) would define “disputed amounts” within the prompt pay

actual bill has not been released yet, so anyone professing that they know

laws. This is an extremely important bill that unexpectedly drew some

all of the specifics is not telling the truth. The bottom line, however,

opposition over the past week which actually served to allow us to further

is this could become a meaningful reform package that will reduce

“tweak” its language in reviewing the concerns that were raised. I’m

employer costs and truly help the injured workers. I received a briefing

hopeful that these “tweaks” will satisfy this last minute opposition and

by Christine Baker, Director of the Department of Industrial Relations

allow for the bill to move smoothly out of the Legislature and into the

this past Monday on the highlights of the package (again, the specific

“waiting arms” of the governor. Stay tuned!

final details are still being drafted) and liked what I heard. Stay tuned as this unfolds.

DIR Underground Task Force Meeting - A Bust I reported last week that Christine Baker, Director of the Department of

I am happy to report that our AB 1671 (Huffman) has been sent to the

Industrial Relations, had appointed me to an Underground Economy Task

governor who is expected to sign this important measure. The main

Force to help her develop new ideas and efforts towards combating this

component of the bill extends the zero percent retention on all Cal

huge underground problem affecting virtually every legitimate contractor

Trans’ projects until January 1, 2020. A couple of weeks ago, Cal Trans

in the state. As you recall, I had requested your input. I want to thank

approached me and asked if they could amend a provision into the bill

both Augie Venezia and Chip Ossman for their input:

dealing with electronic bidding for state public works projects. Augie Venezia of Fairfax Lumber and Hardware suggested: Specifically, existing law, Public Contract Code (PCC) Section 10167 provides that bids for public contracts are submitted under sealed cover

“In your newsletter you are asking for ideas on how to stop the

and require a bidder’s security in the form of cash, a cashier’s check,

underground economy. You need to enlist material suppliers to rat

certified check, or a bidder’s bond executed by an admitted surety insurer.

on their “contractor” customers they know are unlicensed, employ

The advent of electronic methods of bidding enables state departments

employees as independent contractors, who don’t pay for work comp

to accept bids in a manner that is more efficient both for the agency and

insurance, who pay wages in cash only and don’t withhold and contribute

for contractors. However, electronic bidding does not provide a means to

their share of the various payroll deductions, who trade assets among

accept cash or check for a bidder’s security under sealed cover as existing

themselves (ski boats for paint jobs, etc.), who don’t pay overtime, who

law requires for state departments.

don’t perform periodic OSHA safety training and who don’t report all their earnings to minimize their tax liability by offering a discount to

This provision in AB 1671 would enable state departments to use an

clients to pay in cash versus a check. You need to start talking to the

all-electronic bidding method by allowing the use of electronic forms

various trade associations to try and rev up their membership to help.

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The builders associations are only one type of many throughout the state.

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You’ll never get the general public to help because money talks. If a

Both Augie and Chip’s input was very helpful and I planned to provide

contractor quotes a job for $10,000.00 but offers to shave 20% off the

this to the task force this past Wednesday when we met in Oakland.

price to pay in cash, I know what I’d do - LOL. Further, as owners of

Unfortunately, instead of focusing on construction, the task force was

older properties are learning about the LRRP rule they aren’t taking out

also comprised of farm labor representatives, restaurants and every other

permits if they feel they can get away without one and that usually leads

business type in the state - a disparaging group with different needs and

to unscrupulous “contractors” doing the job.”

problems. Making matters worse, they split us off into four different groups, each with their own facilitator, with all four groups containing representatives of the aforementioned, instead of having a specific

Chip Ossman of Ossman Project Management Consulting in Pasadena

construction group focusing on construction-related issues, a specific

suggested:

farm labor group and so forth. So, why would farm labor folks care about prevailing wage or unlicensed

“Looking beyond the obvious, knowing you’ve already got the obvious

contractors, or why do we care about Thai Restaurants? Good question!

covered, one of many available approaches the committee might consider:

Consequently, this day of traveling to Oakland and participating in this

Certified Payroll misrepresentations

event was a total and complete waste of my time. Oh, and I will tell the

One would think that sworn-under-penalty-of-perjury Certified Payrolls

director this when I see her again. Fortunately, hope springs eternal and

would be stop the cheating on public works contracts.

they will truly listen and make changes to address these concerns before

Not so. There are many contractors and subcontractors who misrepresent

they attempt another of these meetings. Otherwise, I will focus my

the number of hours worked each week while “correctly” representing the

efforts on other activities.

hourly wage paid. They do this by not reporting all of the hours worked by a worker. Let’s say the subcontractor and the worker agree that the worker will get paid $15/hour, or, $600 per 40 hour week. But, the prevailing wage rate plus benefits is, say, $43.50 per hour. No problem for these two folks, the

-MBA Quote of the day -

subcontractor first explains to his worker that if anyone asks, he is getting paid $43.50. And the subcontractor’s certified payroll shows the worker working 4 hrs on Monday, 2 hrs on Tue, 0 hrs on Wed, 3.75 hours on Thu, and 4 hrs on Fri. The total reported is 13.75 hrs x $43.50 = $598.13.

Climb the

The bureaucrat checking the certified payrolls sees the reported hours, talks with the worker, and everything seems fine – except of course that the thieving subcontractor is getting 40 hours work for 13.75 hours pay, and the worker is so thankful to be making $15 that the worker goes along with the lie. How can we cross-check this? Most public works projects require the contractor submit “daily reports”. The daily reports usually list the number of workers for each subcontractor. They also describe the work being performed. Careful reading usually finds the crews working 8 hour days – but the Certified Payroll of cheating subcontractor only certifies

mountains and get their good tidings.

13.75 hours for the week. The disconnect is subtle, requires careful research, but it happens far too often. The first red flag should be workers not working 40 hours per week. But

- John Muir

the payroll checker needs to understand our business and industry, and not just be an accountant, bookkeeper or clerk.” ########################################################

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SUMMER IS HERE! Marin Builders Association in partnership with Matt & Jeff’s Car Wash is providing an opportunity to get a top quality car wash and support the MBA Scholarship Fund Matt & Jeff’s will donate 50% of car wash price to the Scholarship Fund

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How:

MBA Office, 660 Las Gallinas Avenue. San Rafael Reserve tickets by calling Barbara at 462-1220 or send an email to barbara@marinba.org. We can bill your membership account!

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

Safety Practices While Working on Excavation Sites Each year, trench collapses are one of the leading causes of injury and death on construction sites. Of these incidents, most of the victims were new employees who lacked training and guidance prior to entering the job site. Sadly, most accidents were preventable. Whether you are new or a seasoned employee, it is essential that you adhere to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations to ensure the safety of the entire work crew. Trench Requirements

Trenches five feet or more in depth require a protective system.

Trenches that are four feet or more require a safe means of entrance and exit.

Trenches that are 20 feet or more require an exit system designed by a registered professional engineer.

Protective Systems The designated competent person should inspect the area and determine which protective system will suit the job site and soil most effectively. This is essential, as equipment movement, underground utilities and vibrations can cause a surcharge load on the sides of the trench, forcing it to cave in on the workers inside. The following are the most commonly used protective systems:

Sloping: Protects workers by cutting back the trench wall at an angle inclined away from the excavation

Shoring: Protects workers by installing aluminum hydraulic supports to prevent soil movement

Shielding: Protects workers by using trench boxes to prevent cave-ins

In addition to one of these three safety measures, a low-traffic zone must be designated around the trench allowing only essential equipment to enter. This will minimize the amount of vibration to which the trench is exposed. Avoiding Accidents Excavation accidents can occur if the underground utilities are not located and removed prior to digging a trench. Contact your local one-call system to locate all of the utility lines. Then, label or remove them to prevent injury. Trench accidents can also happen if safe entrance and exit routes are not present or adequate for the situation. Workers may slip back into the trench as they are trying to climb up a ladder if it is unsupported, placed on a steep slope or is poorly built.

Do not enter a trench without inspecting it at the start of a shift or after a rain shower to ensure that all safety precautions are still in place.

To prevent injury while entering and exiting a trench, only the designated competent person should approve the structural device used. Workers should also place the ladder in a trench shield while trying to enter and exit to avoid a cave-in. By complying with OSHA regulations and following these safety precautions, the risk of injury at your job site will be greatly reduced. wants everyone on our team to keep safety in mind!

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

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

Prácticas de seguridad al trabajar. Sitios de excavación Cada año, las caídas de zanjas son una de las principales causas de lesiones y muerte en las obras de construcción. De estos incidentes, la mayoría de las víctimas fueron empleados nuevos que no contaban con capacitación ni orientación antes de ingresar al lugar de trabajo. Tristemente, la mayoría de los accidentes pudieron prevenirse. Ya sea que sea un empleado nuevo o novato, es esencial que respete las reglamentaciones de la Administración de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional (OSHA) para garantizar la seguridad de todo el personal. Requisitos relacionados con las zanjas

Las zanjas de cinco pies o más de profundidad requieren de un sistema de protección.

Las zanjas que tienen cuatro pies de profundidad o más requieren de un medio de entrada y salida seguro.

Las zanjas que tienen 20 pies o más de profundidad requieres de un sistema de salida diseñado por un ingeniero profesional certificado.

Sistemas de protección La persona competente designada debe inspeccionar el área y determinar qué sistema de protección será el más adecuado para el lugar de trabajo y el suelo. Esto es muy importante, ya que el movimiento de los equipos, los servicios subterráneos y las vibraciones pueden producir una sobrecarga en los lados de la zanja, lo cual puede hacer que los trabajadores queden atrapados adentro. Los siguientes sistemas de protección son los que se usan más comúnmente.

Sistema de pendiente: Protege a los trabajadores al cortar la pared de la zanja en un ángulo inclinado alejado de la excavación. Sistema de escalonamiento: Protege a los trabajadores al instalar soportes

hidráulicos de aluminio para evitar el movimiento del suelo.

Sistema de protección: Protege a los trabajadores al usar cajas para evitar que queden enterrados. Además de una de estas tres medidas de seguridad, debe diseñarse una zona de escaso tránsito en torno a la zanja que permita el ingreso de equipos esenciales solamente. Esto reducirá la cantidad de vibración a la que está expuesta la zanja. Como evitar accidentes Los accidentes por excavación pueden ocurrir si los servicios subterráneos no están ubicados y retirados antes de la excavación de una zanja. Comuníquese con el sistema de llamada única para localizar todas las líneas de servicios. Luego, rotúlelos o retírelos para evitar lesiones.

No ingrese a una zanja sin inspeccionarla al comienzo del turno o después de la lluvia para garantizar que se tomen todas las precauciones de seguridad.

Los accidentes relacionados con las zanjas también pueden ocurrir si la entrada y salida de seguridad no están presentes o no son adecuadas para la situación. Los trabajadores pueden resbalarse y caer a la zanja al intentar subir una escalera si no tiene soportes, si está situada en una pendiente o mal construida. Para evitar lesiones al entrar y salir de una zanja, sólo la persona designada competente debe aprobar el dispositivo estructural utilizado. Los trabajadores también deben colocar la escalera en una zanja que cuente con protección al intentar ingresar y salir para evitar quedar enterrados. Al cumplir con las reglamentaciones de la OSHA y seguir estas precauciones de seguridad, el riesgo de sufrir lesiones en el trabajo se reducirá ampliamente. desea que todos en nuestro equipo tengan en cuenta la seguridad. ESTE FOLLETO TIENE FINES INFORMATIVOS GENERALES EXCLUSIVAMENTE Y NO DEBE CONSIDERARSE COMO UNA RECOMENDACIÓN MÉDICA O LEGAL. CONTENIDOS © 2007-2010 ZYWAVE, INC. TODOS LOS DERECHOS RESERVADOS.

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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!

CA License #0545478

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PERMITS

Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Kirberg Elisabeth C Tr MARIN COUNTY ROOFING 271 Cleveland Ave Mill Valley 050-112-37 (53) Reroof Doring Detlev P DE MELLO ROOFING 216 Cleveland Ave Mill Valley 050-132-01 (53) Reroof Postel Robert F & KEN COOPER ROOFING 61 Dolphin Isle Novato 157-560-20 (53) Reroof Maier Jeffrey /Tr/ Etal(F DE MELLO ROOFING 19 Evergreen Dr Kentfield 075-042-12 (53) Refoof Weaver Judith A DE MELLO ROOFING 813 Ridge View Dr Mill Valley 200-173-36 (53) Reroof Gaines Richard N Tr Etal LAMOND CO 91 Oak Ave Novato 157-125-25 (21) Addition For Costain John & Weinheim MARIN COUNTY ROOFING 192 Carson Rd Woodacre 172-251-07 (53) Reroof Miller Joan H /Tr/ PETERSEN DEAN 41 Maple Rd Woodacre 172-282-32 (53) Reroof Smith Margie /Tr/ BUNNELL BUILDERS 7 S Ridgewood Rd Kentfield 075-031-13 (21--0/0) (23--0/ Petaluma Butane Distribut MACHADO FINE HOMES 11080 State Route 1 Point Reye 119-235-02 (23--0/0)(58) Rem Dominique Torkel J BUILDER-MAX INC 828 Marin Dr Mill Valley 049-223-15 (58) Repl 14 Wind Matthews J Michael OWNER/BUILDER 220 Calle Del Mar Stinson Beac 195-175-13 (12)(54)(13)(58) Marlow Jeanne M /Tr/ ALTERNATIVE ROOFING SYSTE 70 Mountain View Ave Lagunitas 170-042-09 (53) Reroof Fromm Andrew R & NOBLE BUILDERS 248 Kent Ave Kentfield 074-064-16 (13) Repair Deck Valentine Peter B /Tr/ & SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 4 Rosebank Ln Kentfield 074-051-22 (60) Pv System 5 Bollini Richard P Ii & HARTWELL CONSTR. 1185 Butterfield Rd San Anselm 176-151-32 (21-22--0/1) Rem Marinwood Plaza OVERLAND CONTRACTING 197 Marinwood Ave San Rafael 164-471-70 (33)(12) Install Van Dam Willem & ALLSITE BUILDING SUPPLY 15 Palomino Cir Novato 146-292-07 (23) Non-Struct K Ward Family Trust Etal DAHLGREN STEVE 68 Montevideo Way San Rafael 165-230-20 (23--0/0) Remodel Spirit Rock Meditation Ce DOWNING HEATING & A.C. 5000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Sa 172-350-35 (51) Replace Boil Shoolroy Clifton B & DE MELLO ROOFING 287 Greene St Mill Valley 051-271-54 (53) Reroof Parnes Susan M /Tr/ E K CONSTR. 120 Saddle Wood Dr Novato 143-560-14 (23--0/0) Remodel Gc Acquisition Trust NOR CAL BUILDERS, INC 6 Paradise Cove Rd Tiburon 039-231-07 (23) Reml Kit

Value $10,000 $11,210 $14,689 $30,805 $11,425 $60,000 $12,000 $18,500 $156,500 $32,000 $12,000 $45,000 $10,800 $12,000 $29,936 $375,000 $30,000 $14,000 $40,000 $21,395 $9,850 $26,000 $20,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED

Address Owner 903 Marin Dr Mill Valley 337 Margarita Dr San Rafael 104 Mabry Way San Rafael 227 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 227 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 227 Laverne Ave Mill Valley 4 Jeannette Prandi Way San Rafael 3491 Paradise Dr Tiburon 3 Vallejo Ave Pt Reyes 5000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd San Geronimo 133 Reed Blvd Mill Valley 44 Diablo Dr Kentfield 5000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd San Geronimo 271 Cleveland Ave Mill Valley 216 Cleveland Ave Mill Valley 61 Dolphin Isle Novato 19 Evergreen Dr Kentfield 813 Ridge View Dr Mill Valley 192 Carson Rd Woodacre 41 Maple Rd Woodacre 11080 State Route 1 Point Reyes Station 828 Marin Dr Mill Valley 70 Mountain View Ave Lagunitas 15 Palomino Cir Novato 104 Mabry Way San Rafael 68 Montevideo Way San Rafael 5000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd San Geronimo 120 Saddle Wood Dr Novato 6 Paradise Cove Rd Tiburon

Work Value Tatarsky Alexis (54) Replace Concrete Parking Wiskemann Christine Y /Tr/ (55) Driveway And Carport Foun Greenfield Russell R & (60) Install Roof-Mounted Pv Venables Fam Tr Dtd 3/25/08 Etal (14) Retaining Walls At Drivew Venables Fam Tr Dtd 3/25/08 Etal (10) Pool Venables Fam Tr Dtd 3/25/08 Etal (20.1--1/3) (12) New 3-Story S County Of Marin (58)(51)(92) Replace Windows, Christensen John R & (21--0/1) Convert Existing Cra Minor Theodore (23) Convert Study To M. Bath Spirit Rock Meditation Center (58) Replace Existing Windows Wong Carolyn Y /Tr/ (13)Remove And Replace 370 Sf Redw Orlick Shane & (10) Pool Spirit Rock Meditation Center (58) Replace Existing Windows Kirberg Elisabeth C Tr (53) Reroof Doring Detlev P (53) Reroof Postel Robert F & (53) Reroof Maier Jeffrey /Tr/ EtFbo Jeffrey Maie (53) Refoof Weaver Judith A (53) Reroof Costain John E & Weinheimer Gail 2011 (53) Reroof Miller Joan H /Tr/ (53) Reroof Petaluma Butane Distributors (23--0/0)(58) Remodel Kitchen, Dominique Torkel J (58) Repl 14 Windws & 2 Patio Marlow Jeanne M /Tr/ (53) Reroof Van Dam Willem & (23) Non-Struct Kit Rml Greenfield Russell R & (60) Roof Mounted Pv System Ward Family Trust Etal (23--0/0) Remodel Kitchen Spirit Rock Meditation Center (51) Replace Boiler Parnes Susan M /Tr/ (23--0/0) Remodel Master Bath Gc Acquisition Trust (23) Reml Kit

$12,000 $70,000 $17,000 $25,000 $50,000 $17,729,000 $150,000 $20,000 $12,000 $20,000 $24,800 $60,000 $20,000 $10,000 $11,210 $14,689 $30,805 $11,425 $12,000 $18,500 $32,000 $12,000 $10,800 $14,000 $17,000 $40,000 $21,395 $26,000 $20,000

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PERMITS CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera

8/13

Corte Madera Village

Thomas-Swan Sign Company, Inc.

1722 Redwood Hwy A

Sign Installation

$10,000

Corte Madera

8/16

770 Tamalpais Dr. Inc

Tilton Pacific Construction

431 Corte Madera Town Commercial Ti Ctr

$20,000

Corte Madera

8/15

Aimco Madera Vista, Llc

Tricorp Construction

700 Robin Dr

Demo

$90,000

Corte Madera

8/16

Corte Madera Village

Pacific Const & Mfg Inc

1600 Redwood Hwy

Commercial Ti

$750,000

Mill Valley

7/10

Daniel Cohn And Lynn Brinton

William G. Clause, General Contractor

410 Lovell Ave

Window, Deck, Chairs

$10,500

Mill Valley

7/2

B Of A

Acker & Guerrero Roof Company

715 E Blithedale Ave

Commercial Re-Roof

$11,985

Mill Valley

7/16

Cynthia Lamar

Mcleran Inc.

16 Wilkins Pl

Re-Roof

$12,350

Mill Valley

7/9

Smith Dorre L Tr

Petrashishin Roofing

32 Sycamore Ave

Re-Roof

$13,500

Mill Valley

7/19

Douglas Rigg

Bros. Collins - Woodworking Inc.

243 Sycamore Ave

Kitch & Bath Remodel

$14,000

Mill Valley

7/24

Pryor Robert & Pamela

Tadgh Mcsweeney Construction

28 Hazel Ave

Replace Exterior Stairs, Deck, Siding, And Three Windows

$14,000

Mill Valley

7/13

Robert And Wendy Swenson

100 Circle Ave

Storage, Office, And Half Bath

$15,000

Mill Valley

7/5

Dedo Joan P Tr

81 Cascade Dr

Kitchen Remodel

$15,000

Steen Moller

Mill Valley

7/24

Fox Michael D &

Provoltz Inc.

15 Escalon Dr

Solar

$17,500

Mill Valley

7/16

Kelly Williams

Sterling Roofing

224 Cascade Dr

Re-Roof.

$18,223

Mill Valley

7/10

William D. & Brenda L. Crockett

328 Summit Ave

Lower Level Bath Remodel.

$18,500

Mill Valley

7/17

Shelter Ridge Homeowner\s Association, Inc.

Draeger Construction

100 Coleridge

Remove & Replaceexterior Storage Doors

$18,500

Mill Valley

7/11

Benjamin Martin

Pk Construction

36 Eugene

Construct New Retaining Wall

$18,500

Mill Valley

7/16

Fraker Wilson Tr &

McLeran Inc.

12 Stanton Way

Re-Roof.

$19,400

Mill Valley

7/26

Bikle Daniel D /Tr/&

Barkley Builders

335 Hazel Ave

New Retaining Wall

$25,000

Mill Valley

7/5

John E. & Deborah M. Buehler

133 Walnut Ave

Two Roof Dormers At Master Bedroom And Office.

$30,000

Mill Valley

7/17

Jennifer A. Mac Cready Cready

20 Avon Ave

Master Bath Remodel.

$32,000

Mill Valley

7/10

Steve Hanson

64 Hillside Ave

Kitchen And Bath Remodel.

$35,000

Mill Valley

7/31

Diminno Kathryn Z &

Max Design And Construction

50 Mesa Ave

Convert Basement To Conditioned Space.

$36,850

Mill Valley

7/23

Shelterpoint Equities Ltd

Westower Communications Inc.

591 Redwood Hwy

Remove And Replace Power

$50,000

Mill Valley

7/24

Gunter William J &

Yonts Construction

42 Ryan Ave

Kitchen Remodel.

$55,000

Mill Valley

7/5

Christopher G. & Michelle J. Bell

Wyatt Construction

286 Marion Ave

Kitchen Remodel.

$55,000

Curt Haas Construction

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Mill Valley

7/5

Jeff Asche

411 E Blithedale Ave

Remodel Kitchen And Two Bathrooms.

$65,000

Mill Valley

7/10

Shelter Ridge Condos - Building B

S. R. Allied Builders

Seaver Dr.

Replace Wood Shingle And Plywood Siding.

$69,000

Mill Valley

7/13

Catherine Potter

Pacific Ridge Construc- 170 Locust Ave tion

Kitchen Remodel

$70,000

Mill Valley

7/12

Steffan Postaer

106 Alta Vista Ave

Kitchen Remodel, 3 & 1/2Bathrooms.

$100,000

Mill Valley

7/17

Brian Urey And/Or Soraya Betterton

James Purkey Construction

525 Summit Ave

852 Sf Two-Story Addition.

$237,856

Mill Valley

7/13

Interfaith Housing Foundation C/O Dave Egan - Eah Housing

Core Builders

37 Miwok Way

Phase 1

$315,000

Mill Valley

7/25

Johnson Melora M Etal

Deetken Const

41 W Blithedale Ave

Substantial Alterations To Sfd.

$363,000

Mill Valley

7/12

Lathan Linda J G Tr

Anawalt Custom Builders

52 Circle Ave

Construct Car Deck, Garage

$450,000

Mill Valley

7/13

Core Builders

37 Miwok Way

Phase 2

$675,000

Mill Valley

7/13

Core Builders

37 Miwok Way

Phase 5

$990,000

Mill Valley

7/13

Core Builders

37 Miwok Way

Phase 4

$1,260,000

Mill Valley

7/13

Core Builders

37 Miwok Way

Phase 3

$1,260,000

Mill Valley

7/25

Christopher And Linda Moscone

Van Acker Construction

235 Hillside Ave

Demo

$2,700,000

Novato

8/6

Martinelli Seth D

Owner-Builder

820 Eucalyptus Ave

Construction

$10,000

Novato

8/6

Crull Family Trust Etal

The Hand Group, Inc.

11 Amber Ct

Construction

$10,000

Novato

8/6

Walton Nona M

Ken Cooper Roofing

680 Midway Blvd

Reroof

$11,158

Novato

8/7

Siegan Robert F & Michele

Capstone Roofing

31 San Miguel Way

Reroof

$11,500

Novato

8/9

Bel Marin Associates

Metro Construction Inc.

372 Bel Marin Keys Blvd

Construction

$12,000

Novato

8/6

Geraty John C &

Capstone Roofing

16 Palmo Way

Reroof

$12,000

Novato

8/9

Buckwalter Robert O Tr

Solarcity

299 San Carlos Way

Solar

$12,000

Novato

8/9

Cordone Diane /Tr/

Demello Roofing, Inc.

570 Sunset Pkwy

Reroof

$12,750

Novato

8/8

King Stewart V &

Three Generation Improvement

115 Drakewood Pl

Construction

$12,775

Novato

8/8

Correa Robert &

Verengo Inc

622 Arthur St

Solar

$14,000

Novato

8/6

Matlock Doug & Virginia Revoc

Aussie Roofing, Inc.

880 Tamalpais Ave

Reroof

$15,000

Novato

8/8

Redwood Boulevard Investments

Westower Communications Inc

7655 Redwood Blvd

Electrical

$15,632

Novato

8/9

Partridge Knolls Condominium

Creative Roofing Of Northern C

14 & 16 Bridle Path Ln [14 & 16] Bldg 15

Reroof

$16,720

Novato

8/6

Hunter Thomas J /Tr/& The Solar Company

18 Germaine Pl

Solar

$21,000

Novato

8/9

Fernandez Richard M&

45 Hickox Rd

Solar

$24,000

Solarcity

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Solarcity

Novato

8/9

Dutra-Maurer Denise

105 Laurelwood Dr

Solar

$36,000

San Rafael

8/9

Leger Richard R & Dia Blake Sanford Construction

40 Partridge Dr

Alter-Sfd

$10,000

San Rafael

8/9

Grace Hill Llc

Grace Hill Llc

101 Graceland Dr

Alter-Sfd

$10,000

San Rafael

8/7

Boland John E Iv / Tr/ &

John Mccann

1449 Lincoln Ave

Alter-Duplex

$11,000

Petersen-Dean Inc

50 Rollingwood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$12,076

210 Ridgewood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

999 5Th Ave

Alter-Commercial

$15,000

San Rafael

8/10

Hopkins Monee /Tr/ &

San Rafael

8/7

Vierke Marc O &

San Rafael

8/9

Rafael Town Center I

Tico Construction Inc

San Rafael

8/7

Mohsini Farid

Arteck

319 Prospect Dr A

Alter-Sfd

$30,000

San Rafael

8/9

Strachan Francis V &

Strachan Francis V &

23 Olive Ave

Alter-Sfd

$36,000

San Rafael

8/8

Solari Ronald & Julie Te

Arrowtown Construction

233 Humboldt St

Alter-Sfd

$79,000

Tiburon

8/15

Essex Property Trust

Monterey Construction Company

65 Red Hill Circle #F

Remodel Kitchen & Bath

$29,990

Tiburon

8/13

Kay Dirkzwager

Schleicher Construction 2246 Mar East St

Replace Parking Deck

$50,000

Tiburon

8/13

Christopher & Sukie Grounds

Ahh Construction

Kitchen Remodel

$65,000

Tiburon

8/15

Town Of Tiburon Public Works

Ghilotti Construction Co 600 Neds Way

Earthwork

$344,000

180 Gilmartin Dr

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

08/10/2012

10 OAK LLC (O)

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

COMPLETION

2012-0048852

08/10/2012

411 NEW YORK OWNERS (O)

PLACER FORECLOSURE INC (E)

COMPLETION

2012-0048802

08/08/2012

ADOLPH ARIN (O)

INTEGRATED LENDER SERVICES (E)

COMPLETION

2012-0048178

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

08/08/2012

ADOLPH FALLON (O)

INTEGRATED LENDER SERVICES (E)

LIEN

2012-0048178

08/07/2012

ARTHUR MAGAN H (O)

MERIDIAN FORECLOSURE SERVICE (E)

LIEN

2012-0047928

08/07/2012

ARTHUR MAGAN H (O)

MERIDIAN TRUST DEED SERVICE (E)

LIEN

2012-0047928

08/10/2012

BAKER EUGENIA SMITH (E)

WHISKEY SPRINGS CONDOMINIUMS ASSOCIATION (O)

LIEN

2012-0048806

LIENS

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

08/06/2012

HUSTED WAYNE (O)

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047623

08/06/2012

HWANG BOON (E)

PACIFIC COAST SUPPLY LLC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047379

08/06/2012

HWANG BOON (E)

PACIFIC SUPPLY (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047379

08/06/2012

INTEGRATED LENDER SERVICES (E)

BROWMAN GREG (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047473

08/08/2012

INTEGRATED LENDER SERVICES (E)

ADOLPH ARIN (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0048178

08/08/2012

INTEGRATED LENDER SERVICES (E)

ADOLPH FALLON (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0048178

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

NEWTON JOE (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047605

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DUNCAN LUCAS M (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047606

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DUNCAN NATALYA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047606

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BIEL JO L (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047607

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

TAYLOR THOMAS C JR (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047608

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PATRICK RONALD J (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047609

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

GALLUP CHARLES H (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047610

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC CAMISH RONALD (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047611

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

JAMAROO KIDS (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047619

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

STEVENS JAMAICA VALENTINE (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047619

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SOBOL RICHARD H (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047620

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DWYER MARK T (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047621

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DWYER SUSAN G (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047621

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SIMON MARGARET A (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047622

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SIMON RICHARD M (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047622

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HUSTED LINDA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0047623

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HUSTED WAYNE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0047623

08/06/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BURKE THOMAS K (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0047624

TAX LIENS

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Project Bid Schedule

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

Monday, August 20, 2012 2011 SOUTHERN MARIN ROAD REHABILITATION

12-00526 Plan#: 526-PA/OL SAN RAFAEL CLASS "A" LICENSE IS REQUIRED. WORK WILL INCLUDE PAVEMENT REPAIRS, PAVEMENT GRINDING, ASPHALT CONCRETE RESURFACING, ADA CONCRETE CURB RAMPS, GUARDRAIL REPLACEMENT, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/STRIPING AND RAISING TO GRADE OF SURVEY MONUMENTS AN Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/20/2012 2:00 PM to $977000 Addenda: 1 8/13/2012 Ref #: 2010-16 Contact: SAN RAFAEL PUBLiC WORKS (415) 473-7877

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Argonaut Constructors 707-542-4862 707-542-3210 Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 MAGGIORA & GHILOTTI INC415-459-8640 415-459-2065

Tuesday, August 21, 2012 DOT 04-2640U4 CONSTRUCT PETALUMA BLVD SOUTH INTERCHANGE, REPLACE PETALUMA RIVER BR

PETALUMA 12-00437 Plan#: 437OLONLY CONSTRUCT PETALUMA BLVD SOUTH INTERCHANGE, REPLACE PETALUMA RIVER BR. IN SONOMA COUNTY IN AND NEAR PETALUMA FROM GUNN DRIVE TO ROUTE 101/116 SEPARATION AND OVERHEAD THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR A COMBINATION OF CLASS C LICENSES WHI Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/21/2012 2:00 PM to $66000000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SON-1010.9/3.6 Prebid Conf: MAND JULY 25, 2012 1-3 PM Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

DVBE Trucking & Construction408-971-4430 408-971-9942 Co., Inc. 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 Ghilotti Brothers Inc GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO

THE ALAMEDA COUNTY RURAL ROADS PAVEMENT REHABILITATION OF GREENVILLE ROAD, MOUNTAIN HOUSE ROAD AND TESLA ROAD IN MURRAY TOWNSHIP

Plan#: 518ALAMEDA COUNTY 12-00518 PAPER ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT RECONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION, TRAFFIC CONTROL, INSTALLING PERMANENT THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC STRIPING AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 8/21/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2190 Prebid Conf: MAND 8/2/12 2:00 PM Contact: ALAMEDA COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY 510-6705450

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO Ghilotti Construction Co Inc 707-585-1221 707-585-1601

2012 STREET RESURFACING PHASE I

SAN MATEO 12-00529 Plan#: 529PAPER CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/21/2012 2:00 PM to $1700000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 467004-460007050 Contact: SAN MATEO, CITY OF PWD 650-522-7332

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

707-585-1221 707-585-1601

2012 STREET RESURFACING

LIVERMORE 12-00541 Plan#: 541PAPER CLASS A OR C-12 IS REQUIRED. WORK WILL CONSIST OF PREPARING STREET CLEANING, TREE TRIMING, ROOT PRUNING, ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT AND BASE REPAIR, PAVEMENT GRINDING, REMOVAL OF EXISTING TRAFFIC STRIPING AND MARKINGS, REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED CONCRETE CURB, Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/21/2012 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2012-01 Contact: LIVERMORE, CITY OF 925-960-4500

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO 925-957-9200 925-957-9292 MCK Services, Inc.

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Project Bid Schedule NORTH TEXAS STREET WATER LINE REPLACEMENT AND OVERLAY

CITY HALL PHOTOVOLTAIC EXPANSION PROJECT

Plan#: 546-CD FAIRFIELD 12-00546 CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING UNDERGROUND WATER MAINS AND LATERALS; INSTALLATION/REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING WATER SERVICE LATERALS AND METERS; INSTALLATION OF FIRE HYDRANTS AND GATE, BLOW OFF AND AIR RELEASE VALVES; REMOVAL/REPLA Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/21/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 8/14/2012 to $1800000 Contact: FAIRFIELD DPW 707-428-7484

Plan#: 558-CD 12-00558 LIVERMORE THE OWRK COMPRISES THE REMOVAL, DISPOSAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THE EXISTING INVERTERS AND THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION OF A NEW SOLAR PV SYSTEM INCLUDING ALL RACKING, MOUNTING, ROOFING WORK, PV MODULES, INVERTERS, AND BALANCE OF SYSTEM COMPOTENTS. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/22/2012 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 09-18 Prebid Conf: AUGUST 15, 2012 AT 10:30AM Contact: LIVERMORE, CITY OF, ENGINEERING (925) 960-4512

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

Name

Phone

Fax

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 DOT 04-3A9214 WIDEN FREEWAY, REPLACE OVERCROSSINGS, AND RECONSTRUCT RAMPS/ROADS

Plan#: 459ALAMEDA COUNTY 12-00459 OLONLY WIDEN FREEWAY, REPLACE OVERCROSSINGS, AND RECONSTRUCT RAMPS/ROADS. IN ALAMEDA COUNTY IN SAN LEANDRO FROM 0.4 MILE SOUTH OF MARINA BLVD OVERCROSSING TO 0.3 MILE NORTH OF ROUTE 112/880 SEPARATION. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ANY COM Project Type: PUBLIC IMPVS Bid Date: 8/22/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-Ala-880to $45000000 22.6/24.0 Prebid Conf: MAND JULY 25, 2012 at 1:00pm Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Ghilotti Construction Co Inc OC Jones and Sons

Phone

Fax

707-585-1221 707-585-1601 510-526-3424 510-526-0990

PLYMOUTH AVENUE PAVEMENT RENOVATION AND SEWER REPLACEMENT

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00545 Plan#: 545-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED TO BID. THE WORK IS LOCATED ON PLYMOUTH AVENUE FROM SAGAMORE STREET TO OCEAN AVENUE IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA AND CONSISTS OF SEWER REPLACEMENT, ASPHALT GRINDING, ASPHALT PAVING, CRUB RAMPS, AND ALL RELATED WORK. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/22/2012 2:30 PM to $1400000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1643J Prebid Conf: AUGUST 7, 2012 AT 1:30PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO DPW 415-554-8280

Name

Phone

GO SOLAR COOPERATIVE INCORPORATED

Fax

916-682-3184 916-681-0398

Thursday, August 23, 2012 DMV SANTA ROSA ROOF REPLACEMENT

SANTA ROSA 12-00525 Plan#: 525-CD CLASS "B" GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR OR 39- ROOFING CONTRACTOR. MAJOR COMPONENTS OF PROJECT WORK CONSIST OF: DEMOLITION OF EXISTING ROOFING AND INSTALLATION OF NEW ROOFING AND RELATED WORK. Project Type: REROOFING Bid Date: 8/23/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 132795 Prebid Conf: MAND AUGUST 2, 2012 at 10:00am

WESTERN ADDITION/NORTH BEACH/MARINA DISTRICTS SEWER REPLACEMENT AND PAVEMENT RENOVATION

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00540 Plan#: 540-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED TO BID. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT IS TO REPLACE THE EXISTING SEWER AND RENOVATE THE EXISTING STREET PAVEMENT ON VARIOUS STREETS IN THE WESTERN ADDITION/NORTH BEACH/MARINA DISTRICTS. THE WORK IS TO BE PERFORMED IN SAN FRANCISC Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/23/2012 2:00 PM to $3400000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: WW-501 Prebid Conf: AUGUST 9, 2012 AT 10:00AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO PUB UTILITIES 415-551-4335

Monday, August 27, 2012 STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS AT MARSH DRIVE

MILL VALLEY 12-00550 Plan#: 550-CD THE WORK GENERALLY INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, THE INSTALLATION OF A 15" DIAMETER STORM DRAIN SYSTEM ALONG MARSH DRIVE. Project Type: PUBLIC IMPVS Bid Date: 8/27/2012 2:00 PM to $60000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 13.4.41 Contact: MILL VALLEY, D.P.W. 415-388-4033

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Project Bid Schedule CHILD STUDY CENTER-INCREMENT ONE (303C)

KENTFIELD 12-00565 NEW Plan#: 565PAPER CONSTRUCTION OF A DECK, PAVING, RAMPS, STAIRS, PARKING, SITE UTILITIES, PLAY AREAS, LANDSCAPING AND OTHER SITE IMPROVEMENTS. THE SCOPE ALSO INCLUDES DEMOLITION OF THE EXISTING PAVING AND CHAINLINK FENCING AS DESCRIBED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. CLASS "A Project Type: SITE IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 8/27/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $1092301 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 303C Prebid Visit: 8/14/12 10:00 AM Prebid Conf: 8/14/12 10:00 AM Contact: SWINERTON MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING, INC. 415884-3139

Tuesday, August 28, 2012 DOT 04-3A9224 WIDEN MAINLINE AND BRIDGE FOR HOV LANE

ALAMEDA COUNTY 12-00489 Plan#: 489OLONLY WIDEN MAINLINE AND BRIDGE FOR HOV LANE IN ALAMEDA COUNTY FROM 0.2 MILE NORTH OF ROUTE 112/880 SEPARATION TO HEGENBERGER ROAD OVERCROSSING THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR A COMBINATION OF CLASS C LICENSES WHICH CONSTITUTES A MAJORITY O Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/28/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-Ala-880to $24100000 24.0/25.5 Prebid Conf: JULY 25, 2012 at 1:00pm Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209 Contact: Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Ghilotti Brothers Inc

Phone

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376

CULVERT REPLACEMENT ON PALOMARES ROAD AT MILE MARKER 1.18 IN EDEN TOWNSHIP

12-00543 Plan#: 543-PA/OL ALAMEDA COUNTY CLASS "A" OR C-8 LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 8/28/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $45000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2214 Prebid Conf: MAND 8/14/12 10:00 AM Contact: ALAMEDA COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY 510-6705450

BUNGALOW REPLACEMENT PROJECT (ULLOA ELENTARY SCHOOL)

12-00549 SAN FRANCISCO Plan#: 549OLONLY THE CONSTRUCTION OF A FIVE CLASSROOM BUILDING WITH RELATED SITE WORKING LANDSCAPING AND UTILITIES. THE RESURFACE AND REFINISHING OF THE EXISTING PLAYGROUND AND THE REROUTING OF THE BUNGALOW UTILITIES TO SUPPORT THE RELOCATION OF THE BUNGALOW. Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 8/28/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $1600000 Addenda: 1 8/7/2012 Ref #: 11060 Prebid Conf: MAND 8/9/12 OR 8/16/12 2:00 PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 415-2416152

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Alten Construction Inc 510-234-4200 Cal Pacific Construction - SF 415-824-8871 CF CONTRACTING 415-721-7160 CLW Builders, Inc. 415-333-9788 RE West Builders 707-576-1224 Rodan Builders Inc 650-508-1700 S W ALLEN CONSTRUCTION916-344-2098 WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC 415-456-8972

Fax 510-234-4474 415-824-8867 415-296-6437 415-333-9787 707-541-0117 650-508-1705 916-344-0307 415-459-0665

TAM WOODS 1ST LIFT TANK REPLACEMENT PROJECT

Plan#: 552-PA/OL MARIN COUNTY 12-00552 INSTALLATION OF A NEW 85,000 GALLON BOLTED STEEL TANK IN TAM VALLEY, AN UNINCORPORATED AREA WITHIN THE COUNTY OF MARIN Project Type: WATER TANK Bid Date: 8/28/2012 10:00 AM REPLACEMENT Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1664 Contact: MARIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT 415-945-1576

INDUSTRIAL PARKWAY LANDSCAPING IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

HAYWARD 12-00564 NEW Plan#: 564PAPER C-27 LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK CONSISTS OF REMOVING THE EXISTING LANDSCAPING AND IRRIGATION IN THE MEDIAN(CLEARING AND GRUBBING); INSTALLING NEW IRRIGATION SYSTEM; REMOVING SELECTED TREES AND PLANTING NEW TREES; PREPARING THE SOIL; PLANTING NEW SHRUBS A Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/28/2012 2:00 PM to $860000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 5184 Prebid Conf: AUGUST 23, 2012 AT 10:00A.M. Contact: HAYWARD, CITY OF, DPW 510-583-4738

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Project Bid Schedule THE INSTALLATION OF A TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING SYSTEM AT THE INTERSECTION OF 163RD AVENUE AND EAST 14TH STREET IN THE ASHLAND AREA, EDEN TOWNSHIP

Plan#: 568 ALAMEDA COUNTY 12-00568 NEW IMPLEMENT AND MAINTAIN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL; PROVIDING AND INSTALLING TRAFFIC CONTROL; INSTALLING TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING SYSTEM; REMOVING, RELOCATING AND INSTALLING ROADSIDE SIGNS AND POSTS; REMOVING AND INSTALLING TRAFFIC STRIPES; PAVEMEN Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 8/28/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 8/16/2012 Ref #: 2228 Prebid Conf: MAND 8/14/12 1:30 PM Contact: ALAMEDA COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY 510-6705450

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00471 Plan#: 471PAPER CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW, TWO-STORY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER BUILDING WITH CLASSROOMS AND PERFORMING ARTS FACILITY Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 8/29/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 7 8/16/2012 Ref #: 20412.00 Prebid Conf: MAND 7/25/2012 1:00 PM Contact: TOM ELIOT FISCH 415-391-7918

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

1640/1650 MISSION STREET EMERGENCY GENERATOR, DESIGN/BUILD ALTERATION & TENANT IMPROVEMENTS REMODEL

Plan#: 539-CD SAN FRANCISCO 12-00539 CLASS B LICENSE REQUIRED TO BID. THE WORK IS TO PROVIDE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF THE EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM AT 1640/1650 MISSION STREET BUILDING, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DESIGNBUILD WORK, DEMOLITION, FURNISHING AND Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/29/2012 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 6735A to $890000 Prebid Conf: AUGUST 15, 2012 AT 1:30pm Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY AND COUNTY 415-217-6578

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING Rodan Builders Inc

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 650-508-1700 650-508-1705

EL CAMINO REAL MASTER PLAN-PHASE 1 IMPROVEMENTS (28TH TO 31ST AVENUE)

SAN MATEO 12-00548 Plan#: 548PAPER THIS IS A FEDERAL AID PROJECT AND THE ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST IS DERIVED FROM AN AVERAGING OF COSTS FOR WORK ON SIMILAR PROJECTS IN THE AREA AND IS GIVEN TO INDICATE THE RELATIVE MAGNITUDE OF THIS PROJECT Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 8/29/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 463334 Est. Cost: $990000 Contact: SAN MATEO, CITY OF 650-522-7305

Fax

Century Carpet, Inc. 510-886-7555 510-886-7577 Hy Floor and Gameline Painting 650-593-6837 650-593-7002

DOT 04-2908E4 ROADWAY WIDENING AND REHABILITATION

ALAMEDA COUNTY 12-00507 Plan#: 507OLONLY ROADWAY WIDENING AND REHABILITATION IN ALAMEDA COUNTY IN LIVERMORE, PLEASANTON, AND DUBLIN FROM 0.3 MILE EAST OF AIRWAY BLVD. OVERCROSSING TO 0.2 MILE WEST OF SAN RAMON/FOOTHILL ROAD OVERCROSSING. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ANY Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 8/29/2012 2:00 PM to $50200000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-Ala-58014.6/21.6 Prebid Conf: MAND Aug 2, 2012 at 1:00pm Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

Tuesday, September 04, 2012 EXTERIOR PAINTING OF VETERANS BUILDING

Plan#: 569 ALAMEDA 12-00569 NEW PREPARATION AND PAINTING OF ALL PAINTED SURFACES EXCLUDING WALLS AND STAIRWAYS SURFACES, ALL THREE STORIES Project Type: EXTERIOR PAINTING 2:00 PM Bid Date: 9/4/2012 Addenda: 0 Contact: ALAMEDA, CITY OF, MAINTENANCE SERVICE CENTER 510-747-7922 Contact: ALAMEDA, CITY OF, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 510747-7930

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, September 05, 2012 DOT-04-2908V4 WIDEN FREEWAY, BRIDGES, AND HMA SURFACING

ALAMEDA COUNTY 12-00508 Plan#: 508OLONLY WIDEN FREEWAY, BRIDGES, AND Hma SURFACING. IN ALAMEDA COUNTY IN LIVERMORE, DUBLIN AND PLEASANTON FROM 0.2 MILE EAST OF GREENVILLE ROAD OVERHEAD TO 0.3 MILE WEST OF HACIENDA DRIVE OVERCROSSING. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR A COMBI Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:00 PM Bid Date: 9/5/2012 to $30000000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-Ala-580R7.8/19.1 Prebid Conf: MAND AUG 2, 2012 AT 1pm Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Ghilotti Brothers Inc Ghilotti Construction Co Inc Granite Construction OC Jones and Sons

Phone 415-454-7011 707-585-1221 408-327-7000 510-526-3424

Fax 415-454-8376 707-585-1601 408-327-7090 510-526-0990

MARINA PARK IRRIGATION IMPROVEMENTS

SAN LEANDRO 12-00513 Plan#: 513-CD INSTALL NEW IRRIGATION SYSTEM, ABANDON EXISTING SYSTEM AND DO ALL APPURTENANT WORK IN PLACE AND READY FOR USE. CLASS "A" OR C27 LICENSE REQUIRED 3:00 PM Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 9/5/2012 Est. Cost: $500000to Addenda: 0 Ref #: 11-150-62-111 $1000000 Prebid Conf: 8/8/12 11:00 AM Contact: SAN LEANDRO, CITY OF, DPW, E. & T.D. 510-577-3428

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

FOLSOM STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00559 NEW Plan#: 559-CD DEMOLITION,; TRENCHING AND EXCAVATION OF ROADWAY; SEWER REPLACEMENT, LIGHTING; ASPHALT PAVING AT ROADWAY; CONCRETE SIDEWALK; CURBS AND CURB RAMPS; PLANTING AND IRRIGATION; SITE FURNISHINGS; LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE; TRAFFIC CONTROL Project Type: STREET IMPVS 2:30 PM Bid Date: 9/5/2012 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1677J Est. Cost: $3400000 Prebid Conf: 8/16/12 1:30 PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO-DPW 415-558-4004

PAVEMENT RENOVATION AND SEWER REPLACEMENT-24TH STREET

Plan#: 562-CD SAN FRANCISCO 12-00562 NEW CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK IS LOCATED ON 24TH STREET FROM GUERRERO TO POTERO AVENUE AND CONSISTS OF PAVEMENT RENOVATION, CRUB RAMPS, TRAFFIC ROUTING, TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONDUITS AND PULLBOXES, SEWER REPLACEMENT, AND ALL OTHER RELATED WORK. 2:30 PM Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 9/5/2012 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1933J to $2000000 Prebid Conf: AUGUST 21, 2012 at 1:30pm Contact: SAN FRANCISCO DPW 415-554-8280

SONOMA TANKS FENCE REPLACEMENT

Plan#: 563SONOMA 12-00563 NEW PAPER THE WORK CONSISTS OF THE INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT OF SECURITY FENCING AROUND THE SONOMA STORAGE TANKS AT 1ST STREET WEST, NEAR SPAIN STREET, WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF SONOMA. Project Type: FENCING 11:00 AM Bid Date: 9/5/2012 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 60-67-7#2 Est. Cost: $70000to $80000 Prebid Conf: MAND AUGUST 21, 2012 AT 10:00AM Contact: SONOMA COUNTY WATER AGENCY 707-547-1900

Thursday, September 06, 2012 EDGEWOOD AVE PAVEMENT RESURFACING PROJECT

MILL VALLEY 12-00551 Plan#: 551-CD CLASS A or C-12 LICENSE IS REQUIRED. THE OBJECTIVE TO THIS PROJECT IS TO REMOVE EXISTING PCC AND AC PAVEMENT, GRINDING EXISTING PAVEMENT SECTION, PERFORMING PAVEMENT SECTION REPAIRS, PLACING HOT MIX ASPHALT(HMA) PAVEMENT SECTIONS, INSTALLING CURB AND GUTT Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:00 PM Bid Date: 9/6/2012 to $430000 Addenda: 1 8/13/2012 Ref #: 12-6-318 Prebid Conf: MAND AUGUST 23, 2012 2:00PM

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Argonaut Constructors

Fax

707-542-4862 707-542-3210

RECYCLED WATER EXPANSION-SOUTH SERVICE AREA PHASE 2

12-00555 Plan#: 555-PA/OL NOVATO INSTALLATION OF 2,031 LF 12" PVC PIPELINE, 6,945 LF 8" PVC PIPELINE ON BOLLING DRIVE, CAPTAIN NURSE CIRCLE, HAMILTON PARKWAY, HANGAR AVENUE, LANHAM DRIVE, MAIN GATE ROAD, MARTIN DRIVE, NORTH HAMILTON PARKWAY, SOUTH PALM DRIVE AND STATE ACCESS ROAD, TOTAL Project Type: PIPELINE 3:00 PM Bid Date: 9/6/2012 Est. Cost: $1300000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 5.6056.13 Prebid Conf: MAND 8/15/12 2:00 PM Contact: NORTH MARIN WATER DISTRICT 415-892-4133, EXT. 8490

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Argonaut Constructors

Fax

707-542-4862 707-542-3210

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 WILBUR AVENUE OVERHEAD WIDENING, BRIDGE #28C-0054

ANTIOCH 12-00532 Plan#: 532-CD SEISMIC RETROFIT AND WIDENING OF THE EXISTING BRIDGE OVER THE BNSF RAILROAD TO ACCOMMODATE FOUR LANES OF TRAFFIC Project Type: BRIDGE Bid Date: 9/11/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $11600000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: P.W. 250-B Contact: ANTIOCH, CITY OF PUBLIC WORKS 925-779-7000 Contact: Ghilotti Construction Co Inc (707) 585-1221

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, September 12, 2012 DOT-04-151134 INSTALL RAMP METERING AND TOS ELEMENTS

ALAMEDA 12-00501 Plan#: 501OLONLY INSTALL RAMP METERING AND Tos ELEMENTS. IN ALAMEDA COUNTY AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS ON ROUTE 238 AND 580. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 9/12/2012 2:00 PM to $7318000 Addenda: 0 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

DVBE Trucking & Construction408-971-4430 408-971-9942 Co., Inc.

Thursday, September 13, 2012 COTATI TRAIN DEPOT

Plan#: 557-CD COTATI 12-00557 WORK INCLUDES EXCAVATION OF EXISTING AND RECOMPACTING SURFACE MATERIAL AND LANDSCAPING, UTILITY WORK, DRAINAGE WORK, NEW PCC PAVEMENT, AC PAVEMENT, CRUB SIDEWALK, CUSTOM TRAIN DEPOT BUILDING, STREET FURNITURE, LANDSCAPING, IRRIGATION, STRIPING, LIGHTING, Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 9/13/2012 3:00 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: MAND AUGUST 23, 2012 AT 11:00AM Contact: COTATI, CITY OF, D.P.W. (707) 665-3637

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Arntz Builders, Inc. 415-382-1188 415-883-7529 CF CONTRACTING 415-721-7160 415-296-6437 RAESFELD ASSOCIATES INC707-762-2701 707-762-8957

Friday, September 14, 2012 DOT 04-2640G4 WIDEN BRIDGE AND HMA ROADWAY AND CONSTRUCT MEDIAN BARRIER

NOVATO 12-00561 NEW Plan#: 561OLONLY WIDEN BRIDGE AND HMA ROADWAY AND CONSTRUCT MEDIAN BARRIER IN MARIN COUNTY IN NOVATO FROM NOVATO CREEK BRIDGE TO FRANKLIN AVENUE OVERHEAD. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING C LICENSES: C-12. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 9/14/2012 2:00 PM to $3110000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-Mrn-101R20.5/R20.9

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CALTRANS Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Phone

Fax

510-286-5209 707-585-1221 707-585-1601

OBSERVATORY PARK LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS

UKIAH 12-00566 NEW Plan#: 566PAPER MINOR SITE GRADING, CONSTRUCTION OF STABILIZED AGGREGATE TRAILS, INSTALLATION OF PLANTS, IRRIGATION, SITE FURNISHINGS AND SIGNAGE. NO FAX BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Project Type: LANDSCAPE Bid Date: 9/14/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 12-09 Prebid Conf: MAND 9/7/12 11:00 AM Contact: UKIAH, CITY OF 707-463-6233

REHABILITATION OF SIR FRANCIS DRAKE BLVD. PHASE 1B

MARIN COUNTY 12-00567 NEW Plan#: 567 THIS PROJECT INCLUDES THE REHABILITATION OF THE ROADWAY AND CULVERT FOR APPROXIMATELY 1.2 MILES BETWEEN SHAFTER BRIDGE AND IRVING BRIDGE IN NORTHERN MARIN COUNTY Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 9/14/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2009-021 Est. Cost: $1600000 Contact: MARIN COUNTY DEPT. OF PUB WORKS 415-499-7877

Tuesday, September 18, 2012 STATE ROUTE 4 WIDENING SEGMENT 3B

ANTIOCH 12-00511 Plan#: 511PAPER WIDEN STATE ROUTE 4 FROM FOUR LANES TO EIGHT LANES. THE PROJECT INVOLVES RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HILLCREST AVENUE INTERCHANGE AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 9/18/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 8/13/2012 Ref #: 351 Est. Cost: $555712000 Prebid Conf: 8/14/12 2:OO Contact: CONTRA COSTA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY 510376-7216

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

DVBE Trucking & Construction408-971-4430 408-971-9942 Co., Inc. Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 OC Jones and Sons 510-526-3424 510-526-0990

DORMITORY HVAC ALTERATIONS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

FREMONT 12-00512 Plan#: 512-CD MINOR DEMOLITION, NEW AIR-CONDITIONING (COOLING) , ELECTRICAL RACEWAY, WIRING, TRANSFORMERS, PANEL BOARDS AND RELATED WORK Project Type: HVAC UPGRADE Bid Date: 9/18/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 8/15/2012 Ref #: 129069 Prebid Conf: MAND 7/31/12 10:00 AM Contact: CALIFORNIA D.O.G.S.-R.E.S.D. 916-375-5312

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Rodan Builders Inc

Fax

650-508-1700 650-508-1705

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, September 19, 2012 DOT 04-2908C4 ROADWAY WIDENING AND REHABILITATION

Plan#: 502ALAMEDA 12-00502 OLONLY ROADWAY WIDENING AND REHABILITATION. IN ALAMEDA COUNTY IN LIVERMORE FROM 0.1 MILE WEST OF GREENVILLE ROAD UNDERCROSSING TO 0.5 MILE WEST OF 84/580 SEPARATION. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASSA LICENSE OR A COMBINATION OF CLASS C LICENSES WHICH CO Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 9/19/2012 2:00 PM to $63200000 Addenda: 0 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

DVBE Trucking & Construction408-971-4430 Co., Inc. 415-454-7011 Ghilotti Brothers Inc Ghilotti Construction Co Inc 707-585-1221 Granite Construction 408-327-7000

Fax 408-971-9942 415-454-8376 707-585-1601 408-327-7090

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 DOT-04-4A0104 REPLACE EXIST CONC PVMT, HMA, SURFACING AND UPGRADE MBGR.

SOLANO 12-00520 Plan#: 520OLONLY REPLACE EXIST CONC PVMT, HMA SURFACING AND UPGRADE MBGR. IN SOLANO COUNTY IN VACAVILLE AND DIXON FROM 0.6 MILE EAST OF LEISURE TOWN ROAD OVERCROSSING TO 1.0 MILE WEST OF PEDRICK ROAD OVERCROSSING. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ANY Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 9/26/2012 2:00 PM to $45000000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SOL-8030.6/38.7 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Thursday, September 20, 2012 BUCHANAN/MARIN BIKEWAY PIERCE ST. TO SAN PABLO AVE..

12-00542 Plan#: 542-PA/OL ALBANY WORK INCLUDES INSTALLATION OF A CLASS 1 BICYCLE FACILITY, A NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL, A CLASS II BIKE LANE AND RELATED STREET IMPROVEMENTS Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 9/20/2012 2:00 PM Est. Cost: $1617000 Addenda: 1 8/15/2012 Ref #: C12-2 Prebid Conf: MAND 8/21/12 10:00 AM Contact: ALBANY, CITY OF, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 510-524-3751 Contact: ALBANY, CITY OF, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 925-228-4218

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO 510-733-0390 510-733-0389 GradeTech

Phone

Fax

DVBE Trucking & Construction408-971-4430 408-971-9942 Co., Inc. Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO

Tuesday, October 02, 2012 DOT 04-153204 WIDEN RAMPS, AND INSTALL TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

ALAMEDA AND SANTA 12-00521 Plan#: 521CLARA COUNTIES OLONLY WIDEN RAMPS, AND INSTALL TRAFFIC OPERATIONS SYSTEM. IN ALAMEDA AND SANTA CLARA COUNTIES IN MILPITAS AND SAN JOSE FROM ROUTE 280-680/101 SEPARATION TO SCOTT CREEK ROAD UNDERCROSSING. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ANY COMBINATION OF Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 10/2/2012 2:00 PM to $11600000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-ALA, SCI680-0.0/0.1,0.1/9.9 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Granite Construction

Fax

408-327-7000 408-327-7090

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, October 03, 2012 DOT-04-2640L4 PLACE HMA ON BASE, CONSTRUCT BRIDGE, INSTALL RAIL

MARIN 12-00535 Plan#: 535OLONLY PLACE HMA ON BASE, CONSTRUCT BRIDGE, INSTALL RAIL. IN MARIN COUNTY IN AND NEAR NOVATO FROM 0.2 MILE NORTH OF ATHERTON AVENUE OVERCROSSING TO !.4 MILES SOUTH OF REDWOOD LANDFILL VERCROSSING. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR A COMBINAT Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 10/3/2012 2:00 PM to $12100000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-MRN-101R22.2/24.3 Prebid Conf: MAND SEPT 5, 2012 at 1-3pm Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

DVBE Trucking & Construction408-971-4430 408-971-9942 Co., Inc. Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 DOT-04-2640K4 WIDEN ROUTE 101, RECONSTRUCT LAKEVILLE HWY INTERCHANGE

SONOMA 12-00534 Plan#: 534OLONLY WIDEN ROUTE 101, RECONSTRUCT LAKEVILLE HWY INTERCHANGE IN SONOMA COUNTY IN AND NEAR PETALUMA FROM 0.1 MILE OF NORTH OF PETALUMA RIVER BRIDGE TO 0.2 MILE NORTH OF CAULFIELD LANE OVERCROSSING. THE CONTRACTOR MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ANY COMBIN Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 10/10/2012 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-Son-101to $22800000 3.4/4.1 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Ghilotti Brothers Inc

Phone

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376

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Project Bid RESULTS PROJECT BID RESULTS 8.8.12 - 8.14.12 WOODSIDE HIGH SCHOOL CTE BUILDING

WOODSIDE

ALTEN CONSTRUCTION

$6,143,000

PASTORI STORM DRAIN OUTFALL

FAIRFAX

WILDCAT ENG.

86,900.00

MAGGIORA & GHILOTTI

94,449.00

WR FORDE ASSOCIATES

134,700.00

NOVATO BLVD. RESURFACING

MARIN CO.

MARIN CO.

TEAM GHILOTTI

962,290

$217,867

GHILOTTI BROS.

989,777

ARGONAUT CONST.

1,001,607.00

MSCS REROOF & ROOF MODIFICATIONS

SANTA ROSA

ALCAL SPECIALTY CONTRACTING

184,000

SIERRA SINGLE PLY

208,000

PACIFIC BUILDING & ROOFING

239,995

REPAIR OF PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CRUB, GUTTER, DRIVEWAY ETC.

ALAMEDA

ROSAS BROS. CONST.

486,844

JJR CONST.

493,769

SPENCON CONST.

505,616

R5 TANK ROOF RECOATING

SANTA ROSA

Date

Job Name

Location

8/8/2012

2012 SANITARY SEWER REPAIRS

SAN MATEO

TRINET CONST.

$463,850

KING STREET SEWER, WATER AND STROM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS

SANTA ROSA

TEAM GHILOTTI

$1,664,761

W.R. FORDE

1,676,959

ARGONAUT CONST.

$1,765,080

LUCAS VALLEY ROAD SLIDE REPAIR MP 4.75 ETIC ENG

8/8/2012

8/9/2012

8/9/2012

8/9/2012

8/9/2012

8/9/2012

8/9/2012

VALENTINE CORP.

267,267

ENGINEERED SOIL REPAIRS

$276,782

BIG RANCH ROAD & TRANCAS STREET OVERLAY PROJECT

NAPA

MARTIN BROS CONST.

$452,980

VINTAGE PAVING CO.

508,888

GHILOTTI CONST.

$529,187

8/9/2012

8/10/2012

8/10/2012

8/13/2012

8/13/2012

KITCHEN/CAFETERIA MARTINEZ SEISMIC UPGRADES AT CONTRA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ROMKON

$189,500

A & E ENAAR.

203,700.00

BHM CONST.

$248,575

AMERICAN CANYON ROAD OVERLAY

NAPA

QUALITY PAINTING & MAINTENANCE

22,500

VINTAGE PAVING CO.

350,290

EURO STYLE MGMT.

42,700

MARTIN BROS. CONST.

354,475

REDWOOD PAINTING CO.

48,200

GHILOTTI CONST.

$373,421

DAVIS

2012 CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL

SONOMA

F STREET STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS PBM CONST.

170,517

VALLEY SLURRY SEAL

$79,500

ABIDE BUILDERS, INC

186,516

AMERICAN ASPHALT

80,157

B & M BUILDERS

262,901

WESTERN PAVEMENT SOLUTIONS

106,045

LINCOLN AVENUE RESTRIPING

NAPA

HESS CONST. CO.

$169,329

8/14/2012

8/14/2012

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Classified ADS

paula@marinba.org

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.

Concrete Superintendent

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

Position: Experienced Power Tool and Hardware Counter Sales

Jackson’s Hardware in San Rafael is currently seeking a Full and Part time Experienced Power Tool and & Hardware Counter Sales. Schedules will vary and can change weekly based upon staffing requirements. Our store hours are Monday thru Friday 6:00am – 6:00pm & Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Position – Experienced Decorative Plumbing and Door Hardware Counter Sales

Jackson’s Hardware in San Rafael is currently seeking a Full and Part time Experienced Decorative Plumbing and Door Hardware Counter Salesperson.Schedules will vary and can change weekly based upon staffing requirements. Our store hours are Monday thru Friday 6:00am – 6:00pm & Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm

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.

Please send your resume to jobs@jacksonshardware.com

Position: Part Time Bid Runner

1200 cubic yards of great soil

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

.

Clean dirt available now! Sausalito Virgin Site

to be removed for new home, permits in place July start email terrykeast@gmail.com

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