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November 20 , 2012 Vol. 56, Issue #46


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CPR – FIRST AID CLASS Wednesday ~ November 28, 2012 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.

(Cancellations made after November 26th and no-shows will be billed.)

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New 2013 Laws That Effect Contractors Presented by Construction Attorney Dan McLennon Tuesday ~ December 4, 2012 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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REQUEST FOR BIDS BHM COnSTRUCTIOn, InC. 522 Walnut Avenue Vallejo, CA 94592 Phone: (707) 643-4580 Fax: (707) 643-4581

BHM COnSTRUCTIOn, InC. 522 Walnut Avenue Vallejo, CA 94592 Phone: (707) 643-4580 Fax: (707) 643-4581

Sarah B Cooper Various Improvements (11498) San Francisco Unified School District San Francisco, CA

new Academic Campus # 300 Seneca Demolition Package (11556) San Francisco Unified School District San Francisco, CA

BID DATE: Tuesday, november 20, 2012 AT 2:00 PM BHM Construction, Inc. is seeking certified DVBE subcontractors to bid the following work: Demolition, Hazmat Abatement, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, Landscaping, Concrete, Grading & Paving, Flooring, Drywall, Glazing, Roofing, Doors/Frames/Hardware, & Painting. PLEASE FAX QUOTES TO: (707) 643-4581 ATTn: SEAMUS DOOHER We are an Equal Opportunity Employer & Provide Bonding Assistance When Applicable.

BID DATE: Wednesday, november 21, 2012 AT 3:00 PM BHM Construction, Inc. is seeking certified DVBE subcontractors to bid the following work: Demolition, Hazmat Abatement, Doors/Frames/Hardware, Electrical, Fire & Life Safety. PLEASE FAX QUOTES TO: (707) 643-4581 ATTn: SEAMUS DOOHER We are an Equal Opportunity Employer & Provide Bonding Assistance When Applicable.

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK -Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District accepting bids for

NORTH BAY WATER REUSE PROGRAM SONOMA VALLEY COUNTY SANITATION

in this issue

DISTRICT NAPA SALT MARSH RESTORA-

MBA Holiday Open House .............1

TION PIPELINE (CARNEROS RESERVOIR

CPR - First Aid Class

TO HUICHICA UNIT)

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Seminar: New Laws in 2013

Bids are due

Thursday, December 13th @ 10:00AM

for Construction

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BHM Bid Requests

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New MBA Directors ..........................6 New MBA Insurance Program

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Bid documents can be viewed as Project #741 in the MBA

2013 ROP Classes ..............................8

Plan Room. They are also available to subscribers to the

FREE Energy Code Training

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Kalb’s Q&A ........................................10

On Line Plan Service.

Phil Vermeulen ..................................11

Email questions to: BidderQuestions@scwa.ca.gov.

Safety Topic:

Estimated cost range is $5.5-$6.0 million. A mandatory prebid site visit will be conducted at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, November 27,2012 and an additional visit at 2:00 PM on Thursday, November 29, 2012. Bidders must attend one of the Pre-Bid Site Visits and sign an attendance roster as a condition to bidding. A California Class “A” contractor’s license is required to bid this contract.

Scaffolding Safety Permits

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Completions & Liens ........................21 Classifieds ..........................................23 Membership Application ...................25 _____________________

The work consists of construction of a recycled water transmission pipeline in an unincorporated area of Sonoma and Napa Counties. The work includes, but is not limited to, the installation of approximately 18,200 lineal feet of 18-inch diameter recycled water transmission pipeline by means of direct bury, horizontal directional drilling or bore and jack; pipe appurtenances; and incidental related work.

660 Las Gallinas Avenue San Rafael, CA 94903

Bidders may also examine Bidding Documents at the Owner’s Office at 404 Aviation Boulevard, Santa Rosa, CA 954039019. Phone: 707-547-1900. FAX: 707-524-3782.

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- BID REQUEST E.F. Brett and Company, Inc.. is seeking qualified DVBE, MOB, SBE Subcontractors to bid on the following project Sarah B Cooper Various Improvements Bid Due Date: 11/20/2012 at 2:00 p.m. Haz Mat Abatement, Plumbing,Electrical,Painting, Doors, Frames & Hardware & Window Coverings. Plans and specs at: ARC Northern California- Bid Services, 945 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA p 415-537-2235, f 415-348-0684, sf.planwell@e-arc.com Contact: Jim Mazet, E.F. Brett and Company, Inc. PO Box 96, Woodacre Ca 94973 Fax 415.524.8349 Phone 415.524.8351 Email jimm@efbrett.com

2012/13 MBA Directors & Officers President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets, Inc. Vice President jim Schalich - Schalich Brothers 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.

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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 6


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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.

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One night a week for 18 weeks------- Wednesday, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Full Credit ----- 5 units FREE TO MARIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS $ 65.00 material fee for all non-high school participants See Your School To Career Center or Contact the ROP office at 499-5860 VISIT OUR WEBSITE: classroom.yhwdiy.com Open the ROP tab

Introduction to GREEN Building Sponsored by Marin County Regional Occupational Program Marin County Office of Education Marin Builders Association

ROP CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY Redwood High School Build a Community Project from the Ground Up 

“Construction is very interesting. It is fun to build and learn to manage things.” Former Student ROP

“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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Kalb's Q&A for Contractors

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

Do you know you can’t use the same ‘fingerprints’ in two different states? We ‘qualify’ an answer for an out-of-state contractor, share tips on Nevada licensing and learn why your ‘fingerprints’ can’t cross state borderlines… Q: I noticed that Nevada doesn’t use the terms RMO/RME like California. Does that mean that the Qualifying Individual must be contracted as an executive and be given a title (Vice President for example) in the State of Nevada? If this is the case, could you please tell me what are the different titles that may apply? A: For the State of Nevada, your “Qualified Individual” may either be an employee or an Officer. The Qualifier does not need to be given an Officer title in order to act in that capacity; however, if he/ she is an Officer, the titles to choose from are President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer. Q: We are in the process of updating our Officers on our CA and NV licenses. I am discovering that the new Officers are required to get fingerprinted for CA. Will they also be required to get fingerprinted for NV? If so, can the fingerprints they get here in CA be used for NV purposes as well?

Q: We just received our renewal for our CA License, but our RME left the company a few months ago (unbeknownst to the CSLB) so he is not available to sign. We have designated a new RME but he is not on record yet. He has some projects to finish with his own license before he wants to be added to our license. Can we request an extension? Or can we have the new qualifier sign and attach an explanation of our future plan? A: The CSLB will not accept a renewal unless it is signed by the Qualifying individual, as well as an Officer, listed on the license. The CSLB will not give you an extension, nor will they accept the new Qualifier’s signature until he is officially added to the license, even with an explanation. In order for them to process the renewal, we suggest simultaneously submitting a Replacement of Qualifier application with the Renewal Application signed by the new Qualifier so that they can (hopefully) be processed together. While knowledge is power, knowing where to go for the answers is half the battle. Get expert assistance immediately when you call 866-443-0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 580, Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns at www.cutredtape.com.

A: Yes, the Nevada State Contractors Board does require that all personnel you list on the application get fingerprinted. The fingerprints are not transferable from one State to another. For CA, the Officers cannot get fingerprinted until the application is submitted and they receive the request from the CSLB. For Nevada, they can get fingerprinted ahead of time and submit these with the application. Q: My company is going to need a CA license for a project we have coming up and we were wondering if the Qualifying individual has to be an employee of the entity obtaining the license, or can he be an employee of a subsidiary company or parent company? I’m not sure if it matters, but neither the subsidiary company nor parent company has a license in CA. A: A Responsible Managing Employee (RME) must be a bona fide employee of the applying entity. This means that the RME must be employed by the firm and actively involved in the operation of the business at least 32 hours per week or 80 percent of the total business operating hours per week, whichever is less.

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Legislative Analyst Urges Private Investments for Public Projects BY Phil Vermeulen, Governmental Relations

The Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) released a report this week (attached) that I swear must have been based on my annual Year-End Legislative Report that I mailed to you last week! You may recall that I discussed in my report my involvement with a private equity firm that represents over 450 of the wealthiest families in the United States (no foreign money!!!) whose fortunes are building myriad infrastructure projects such as the just opened $120 million New Jordan Bridge in Virginia. You also may recall that I’m working on a top secret project to bring private infrastructure into California through, what we hope will be a pilot project that, in-turn, opens the flood gates that will enable private equity firms to fund and build many of California’s $500 billion worth of infrastructure needs. IF we are successful, it will certainly provide a major “shot in the arm” to the construction industry, while ensuring that our state’s future is bright!!! Following is an article from the Press Enterprise that discusses the LAO’s report. The report discusses two ongoing Public, Private Partnerships (P3) that haven’t been nearly as successful as they should have been, because of the costs of the projects as well as the selection process that was used. Mind you, that much of the existing problems with these two projects were due to the “over-involvement” (translated to mean they had their “grubby hands” trying to “love them to death”) of the public workers’ unions who look at P3 and any other private approach as a direct threat to their existence (hence my reason for keeping my project under wraps)!!! What is promising is that the LAO recognizes that there is considerable merit to this approach with some major “tweaks” to the existing process. Also bear in mind that the approach I’m working on differs from P3 in that they have NO government involvement except to help facilitate the land swap or other mechanism to build their project(s). “California has massive demands for public projects, and limited money to pay for them. So the state should be looking at ways to tap private capital to help build highways, courthouses and other projects. But the Legislature needs to ensure a stronger process for deciding which public construction would benefit from a partnership with the private sector. The state legislative analyst released a report last week outlining how the state could better use public-private partnerships on infrastructure projects. Traditionally, public agencies award a contract to design a project, then seek competitive bids from companies for the construction, all paid for with tax money. Under a

public-private partnership, agencies contract with a private partner to design, finance and build infrastructure — and sometimes even operate and maintain the finished project. Joint efforts between public agencies and private interests can provide substantial advantages for taxpayers, such as greater certainty on price, fewer delays and less fiscal risk to the public. Such partnerships can also result in more innovative approaches to design and construction, and further stretch taxpayer dollars through access to private financing. But those benefits vanish if the public sector mishandles such deals. And the analyst reports that the state’s record on that score needs improvement, judging by two projects now under way — a courthouse in Long Beach and the Presidio Parkway in San Francisco, each with a price tag of nearly $500 million. The analyst estimated the courthouse could have been up to $160 million cheaper, and the parkway as much as $140 million less, if the state had used a more traditional approach to build the projects. The report said that both projects were poorly suited for public-private ventures, and faulty analysis led agencies to choose the wrong approach. Instead, the state needs clear and consistent guidelines for selecting which projects should use a private partnership. Complex projects, for example, can benefit from private-sector innovation. Private involvement should ease the risk to taxpayers, and provide financing that might not otherwise be available. Turning unsuitable projects into public-private ventures is wasteful and self-defeating. Public agencies also need to do a better job evaluating the potential costs and risks before deciding which approach to use. Agencies should study a broad range of options for building infrastructure, as well. The report noted that fiscal analyses for the courthouse and parkway projects compared only two approaches, and then based conclusions on flawed assumptions about cost overruns, tax benefits and other factors. But private partnerships on projects should not waste public money. Better ways of financing and delivering projects are crucial for a state with hundreds of billions of dollars in projected need for highways, schools, water systems, courthouses and other public projects over the next decade or two. Public-private partnerships can help with that challenge — if the state ensures that their use delivers a public benefit.

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

Are You Practicing Scaffolding Safety? The majority of scaffold accidents on the construction site are caused by falls, slipping or being struck by an object from above. All of these accidents can be prevented by taking the proper precautions. Here’s how.

systems, like debris nets, must be used to catch falling tools or materials. Always wear a hard hat when working on and around a scaffold. Never walk under or near the scaffold if roped off when work is being performed above.

General Safety Tips •

To prevent slipping hazards, conduct a daily routine inspection to ensure all walking and working surfaces are free from potential hazards. If you spot a hazard, remove it.

Never move, dismantle or alter a scaffold unless under the supervision of a qualified person while doing such activities.

Never move a scaffold with workers still on it.

Keep scaffold loads below maximum capacity and remove your equipment when the scaffold is not in use.

Be alert for bad weather. High winds and driving rain and snow can be dangerous when working at high levels.

Protection for Those Below Always hoist up heavy tools, equipment and supplies, rather than carry them up by hand. There must be a 3½"-high toe board to prevent things falling off a scaffold. If things on the scaffold are taller than 3½" (above the toeboard) other

Fall Protection Basics To help protect you against potentially deadly falls, fall protection is needed when working 6 feet or more above a lower level, and consists of either a personal fall-arrest system or guardrail systems, depending on the job. If using a fall arrest system, keep the following in mind: •

Always attach your lanyard to a vertical lifeline, horizontal lifeline or scaffold structural member.

If you are using a vertical lifeline, make sure that you are fastened to a fixed safe point of anchorage, independent of the scaffold. This includes structural members of buildings, but not standpipes, vents, electrical conduit, etc. They may give way under the force of a fall.

Clean and test your gear regularly, and never tamper with your fall protection system.

When working on scaffolding, your safety is our top priority. Make it yours, too!

When working on or around scaffolding, following some simple safety tips goes a long way in preventing injuries from slips, falls and being struck by falling objects.

THIS FLYER IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, AND IS NOT INTENDED AS MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE. CONTENT © 2009-2010 ZYWAVE, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

For more information, call: (866) 216-5255 or visit our website: http://www.cbeins.com California Builders Insurance Program

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Asuntos de Seguridad Puntos que los supervisores deben plantear

California Builders Insurance Program: Su compañero de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo de construcción

¿Pone en práctica la seguridad en andamios? La mayoría de los accidentes en andamios en los lugares de construcción son causados por caídas, resbalones u objetos que caen provocando heridas. Todos estos accidentes se pueden evitar tomando las precauciones adecuadas. Descubra cómo hacerlo.

herramientas o materiales que puedan caer. Siempre use un casco cuando trabaje sobre y alrededor de un andamio. Nunca camine debajo o cerca del andamio si está cercado cuando se está realizando trabajo arriba.

Consejos generales de seguridad

Para evitar peligros de resbalones, realice una inspección diaria de rutina para verificar que en todas las superficies de trabajo y por donde se camina no haya posibles riesgos. Si divisa un riesgo, elimínelo.

Nunca mueva, desmonte o altere un andamio a menos que se encuentre bajo la supervisión de una persona capacitada mientras realiza tales actividades.

Nunca mueva un andamio con trabajadores que todavía se encuentren sobre él.

Mantenga las cargas de andamio por debajo de la capacidad máxima y quite su equipo cuando el andamio no esté en uso.

Puntos básicos para la protección de caídas Para ayudarlo a protegerse de caídas posiblemente fatales, es necesaria la protección contra caídas cuando trabaja a más de 6 pies sobre un nivel inferior. Esta protección consiste en un sistema personal para detención de caídas o en un sistema de baranda de seguridad, según el trabajo. Si utiliza un sistema para detención de caídas tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:

Siempre ate su acollador a una cuerda de salvamento vertical, a una cuerda de salvamento horizontal o a una extremidad estructural del andamio.

Si utiliza una cuerda de salvamento vertical verifique que esté sujeta a un punto fijo de seguridad, independiente del andamio. Esto incluye extremidades estructurales de edificios pero no incluye columnas reguladoras, ventilaciones, conductos eléctricos, etc. Pueden sucumbir ante la fuerza de una caída.

Limpie y pruebe su equipo regularmente y nunca altere el sistema de protección contra caídas.

Esté atento al mal clima. Los vientos fuertes y la nieve y lluvia intensa pueden ser peligrosos cuando trabaja en niveles altos.

Protección para los de abajo Siempre eleve las herramientas pesadas, el equipo y los suministros en lugar de llevarlos en la mano. Debe haber un tablón de pie de 3½" de alto para evitar que las cosas caigan del andamio. Si las cosas sobre el andamio son más altas que 3½" (sobre el tablón de pie), otros sistemas, como redes de desechos, se deben utilizar para atrapar las

Cuando trabaja sobre andamios su seguridad es nuestra prioridad principal. ¡Que sea la suya también!

Cuando trabaja sobre o alrededor de andamios, cumplir con algunos consejos de seguridad contribuye en gran medida con la prevención de lesiones causadas por resbalones, caídas y objetos que caen provocando heridas.

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PERMITS

Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Johnson Kevin H /Tr/ Etal GLEASON & TANKARD 65 Ridgecrest Rd Kentfield 075-214-02 (22) Remodel Bath Petrocelli Elaine K /Tr/ MCLERAN, INC 203 Ricardo Rd Mill Valley 043-163-14 (53) Reroof Barzgar Abbass /Tr/ HAAS MAINTENANCE & REMODE 15 S Knoll Rd Mill Valley 043-021-23 (58) Non-Struct W Mantle Tisa A NORTHERN PACIFIC ROOFING 537 Atherton Av Novato 143-110-52 (53) Reroof Dworsky Alan J Tr OWNER 50 Mesa Rd Bolinas 193-020-51 (21--0/0)(12)(13) Culver John P I I I & RKS ROOFING CONSTRUCTION 137 Terrace Av Kentfield 071-152-40 (53) Reroof Duys Marcia M SHELTER ROOFING 10 Van Hooten Ct San Anselmo 176-152-11 (53) Reroof Blustein Parke R & COLEMAN CONSTRUCTION 95 Iolanthus Av Novato 157-111-30 (13) Replace Exis Wencil Richard Storek Liv OWNER 16 Madrone Park Cir Mill Valle 048-021-03 (54) Emergancy St Young David P /Tr/ & Etal CR CONSTRUCTION 70 Oak Knoll Dr San Anselmo 176-202-26 (11) Relocation A Pesce Myrna M Tr CLEAN FOCUS ENERGY, INC. 135 Jamaica St Tiburon 038-212-15 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Schadt Toby & SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 7 Guisela Ct Novato 143-341-03 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Gould Charles L /Tr/ & SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 65 Green Valley Ct San Anselmo 176-141-04 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Scheuer Chris & SOLARCITY CORP 650 Kernberry Dr San Rafael 164-085-01 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Lynch Raymond S Ii & OWNER 3000 Paradise Dr Tiburon 059-241-09 (13) Repair Pier Ozturk Orhan FIDELITY ROOF CO 62 Grande Paseo San Rafael 164-471-31 (53) Reroof PG&E OVERLAND CONTRACTING 199 Olive Ave/ Also Known As 2 153-190-24 (51) (92) Modific Lillich Joanne E Tr J COLIN WARNER CONSTRUCTI 11 Strawberry Landing Mill Val 043-293-58 (23-0/0) Remodel Sternberger Kay M MCLERAN, INC 2066 Huckleberry Rd San Rafael 164-013-04 (53) Reroof Mushet Melann B Tr MCLERAN, INC 950 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd Mi 043-012-01 (53) Reroof Chen Ann P /Tr/ Etal VAN ACKER CONSTR ASSOC IN 3910 Paradise Dr Tiburon 039-022-16 (62) Demo, Incl P Celia Thomas Jr MCLERAN, INC 400 Vista Grande Greenbrae 070-012-07 (53) Reroof Apc Family Trust Etal VAN ACKER CONSTR ASSOC IN 3910 Paradise Dr Tiburon 039-022-16 (92) Demo Pool Sridharan Sumant & MCLERAN, INC 33 Quisisana Dr Kentfield 071-111-20 (53) Reroof Sonnen, Peter & Asiye OWNER 19 Egret Way Mill Valley 043-390-15 (20-1/3)(12)(13) Burns Kenneth N Tr & AMERICAN HOME RENEWAL 6 Leo Ln Mill Valley 050-066-02 (58) Replace Wind Brown Edward /Tr/ & GUBBINS BUILDING COMPANY 10 Sacramento Patio Stinson Be 195-063-16 (21-0/0)(22-0/0) Point Reyes National Seas ARNDT, ROBERT CONSTR. 470 Mesa Rd Bolinas 188-120-05 (62) Demo Buildin Laird Andrew & Lynne SUTTER ROOFING 17 Kailua Way Dillon Beach 100-271-05 (53) Reroof Barrett Alvin R & ARMSTRONG INSTALLATION SE 289 Vista Grande Greenbrae 070-081-21 (53) Re-Roof Kasher Mary P /Tr/ Etal CHARLES WINDOW AND DOOR 311 Richardson Dr Mill Valley 043-224-25 (56) Windowds Foedisch Herbert W Jr /Tr GUGLIELMINO S & ASSOCIATE 111 Jamaica St Tiburon 038-222-05 (23-0/0)(52)(92)( Strawberry Village Retail BLACK OAK CONSTRUCTION 800 Redwood Hwy #801 Mill Vall 043-321-03 (33) Tenant Impro Lumer Nancy /Tr/ CARRAWAY, JAMES D 50 Lucky Dr Greenbrae 022-131-03 (24) Remodel Exis Fraser Mary M AMERICAN SOLAR 289 Greene St Mill Valley 051-271-59 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Jolson Joseph A Tr SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 3 Nicasio Creek Rd Nicasio 121-070-55 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Laird Andrew & Lynne SOLARWORKS 17 Kailua Way Dillon Beach 100-271-05 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Pfeil Wilfried & FRANZ, ROLAND CONSTRUCTIO 335 Tennessee Ave Mill Valley 050-192-04 (24) Kitchen Remo Barbarich Sonja J SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 15 Liberty Dock Sausalito 901-020-15 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Freitas Matthew F & Etal MACIEL ROOFING CONSTRUCTI 100 Belvedere Dr Mill Valley 043-043-30 (53) Re-Roof Cicerone John R /Tr/ & EGIS GROUP, INC 33 Sylvan Way Woodacre 172-251-14 (21--0/2)(23--0/0 Faerstein Bert & Donnelly PURKEY JAMES C 30 Mcallister Ave Kentfield 074-114-05 (23) Remodel 2 Ba Lawrence Clive R & MARIN KITCHEN WORKS 404 Calle De La Mesa Novato 160-181-11 (23-0/0) Remodel Williams Susan M Trust - HAWTHORNE CO, THE 9 Silver Pine Ter San Rafael 164-592-05 (13) Repair Exist Ziola Dianne /Tr/ THELLER CONSTRUCTION 260 Cardinal Rd Mill Valley 052-042-58 (21-0/0)(51)(52)B Shaw Stephen M /Tr/ OWNER 300 Reed Blvd Mill Valley 043-284-04 (22--0/2) Addn & Barner Henry C RICE CONSTRUCTION 427 Grandview Ave Novato 157-142-50 (13) Repair Exist Brancross U.S. Holdings C E R 28 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 58-071-01 (20--1/3) S F Dwe Brancross Us Holdings C E R 28 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 58-071-01 (20.2--1/1) Seco Brancross Us Holdings C E R 28 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 58-071-01 (11) North Drivew Brancross Us Holdings Inc C E R 28 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 58-071-01 (11) Uphill Land Garofalo Robert A & REAL GOODS SOLAR, MARIN 50 Mt Muir Ct San Rafael 164-481-19 (60) Pv - Roof Mo Goldsmith Assoc I REMPE, STEVE GENERAL CONT 23 Reed Bl Mill Valley 043-011-24 (62) Interior Dem Smith Fulton M Iii & DESIGN BUILD SPECIALISTS 345 S Morning Sun Ave Mill Val 050-172-14 (92)(52) Replace

Value $80,000 $12,400 $16,624 $13,470 $150,000 $18,000 $11,900 $12,500 $15,000 $100,000 $18,800 $20,358 $43,212 $15,000 $11,000 $16,266 $40,000 $55,000 $19,700 $10,000 $83,000 $14,200 $18,076 $17,100 $1,000,000 $25,109 $317,000 $27,681 $11,000 $14,000 $12,500 $50,000 $50,000 $51,150 $16,380 $61,150 $26,275 $17,750 $25,719 $10,000 $12,500 $38,000 $20,000 $20,000 $35,000 $1,000,000 $20,000 $904,350 $128,472 $15,680 $10,990 $21,794 $30,000 $12,000

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PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED

Address 335 Tennessee Ave Mill Valley 11431 State Route 1 Point Reyes Station 137 Richardson Dr A Mill Valley 23 Reed Bl Mill Valley 60 Palm Way Mill Valley 15 Liberty Dock Sausalito 35 Corte Comoda Greenbrae 844 Chamberlain Ct Mill Valley 135 Jamaica St Tiburon 7 Guisela Ct Novato 65 Green Valley Ct San Anselmo 650 Kernberry Dr San Rafael 3910 Paradise Dr Tiburon 5 Corte Cordova Greenbrae 5 Ethel Ln Mill Valley 25 Park Ave Inverness 275 Olive Ave Novato 5 Nina Ct Mill Valley 289 Greene St Mill Valley 3 Nicasio Creek Rd Nicasio 17 Kailua Way Dillon Beach 30 Mcallister Ave Kentfield 50 Mt Muir Ct San Rafael

Owner Work Pfeil Wilfried & (23-0/0) (51) Kitchen Remodel Marks Creamery Ltd Ptnrs (33)(13) Tenant Improvement An Bilmont John (12) Glass In Deck On 3 Sides Goldsmith Assoc I (62) Interior Demo (Bank Of Ma Barbach Lonnie /Tr/ (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 3.43 K W Barbarich Sonja J (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 4.1 K W Schiller Ellen J Tr (50, 58, 54, 13) Remodel Deck, Kaercher Diane L (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 4.56 K W Pesce Myrna M Tr (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 4.8 K W Schadt Toby & (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 3.5 K W Gould Charles L /Tr/ & (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 9.6 K W Scheuer Chris & (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 3.6 K W Chen Ann P /Tr/ Etal (62) Demo, Incl Pool J#3x708 Runyan Kimberly O (24-0/1) Convert Existing Base Rodrigue Tyler J /Tr/ Etal (14) Replace Failing Retaining Rosen Terry J & (21-0/0) Addition, (23) Kitch Balestreri James E (50) Add Antenna To Existing T Araghi H Jason /Tr/ & (10)(50)(52) Spa, Gas Fire Pit Fraser Mary M (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 3.3 K W Jolson Joseph A Tr (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 11.5 K W Laird Andrew & Lynne Trust Etal (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 5.1 K W Faerstein Bert & Donnelly Diane E T (23) Remodel 2 Baths Garofalo Robert A & (60) Pv - Roof Mount 5.39kw

Value $17,750 $120,000 $42,500 $30,000 $17,753 $25,719 $20,100 $21,000 $18,800 $20,358 $43,212 $15,000 $83,000 $50,000 $15,000 $189,000 $15,000 $60,000 $16,380 $61,150 $26,275 $38,000 $21,794

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera

11/2

Steward Property Management

Wedge Roofing, Inc.

Mariner Green Dr

Apartment Electrical Service

$10,265

Corte Madera

11/2

Steward Property Management

Wedge Roofing, Inc.

Mariner Green Dr

Apartment Electrical Service

$14,945

Corte Madera

11/6

Dunn

Accel Air Systems

663 Tamalpais Dr

Install Cooling Systems

$18,000

Corte Madera

11/6

Haechler

Loic Humbert

5643 Paradise Dr

Ada

$20,000

Corte Madera

11/6

Vujovich

5 Madrono Ave

Kitchen Remodel

$32,000

Corte Madera

11/6

Aimco Madera Vista, Llc

Triad Fire Protection

300 Robin Dr

Install Fire Sprinkler

$58,500

Corte Madera

11/6

Aimco Madera Vista, Llc

Triad Fire Protection

400 Robin Dr

Install Fire Sprinkler

$58,500

Corte Madera

11/7

Doherty

Ryan Chimerofsky

3 Mohave Ct

Remove Stucco

$18,000

Corte Madera

11/8

Husen

Golden Gate Home Improvement

17 Granada Dr

Replace Windows

$13,000

Corte Madera

11/8

De Nike

631 Chapman Dr

Rebuild Lower Deck

$29,999

Corte Madera

11/8

Costa

True Blue Builders

433 Tamalpais Dr

Addition

$30,000

Corte Madera

11/8

Burd

Cullen Construction

184 Golden Hind Passage Psge

Addition

$30,000

Corte Madera

11/8

Aimco Madera Vista, Llc

Tricorp Construction

100 Upland Cir

Improvements

$3,000,000

Corte Madera

11/14

Knopping

Hallroan And Powers Construction

44 Estrada Ln

Addition

$42,500

Corte Madera

11/15

770 Tamalpais Dr Inc

J.A. Bristow

141 Corte Madera Town Ctr

Commercial

$40,000

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Novato

10/29

Larry Reposa

Owner-Builder

3 Nova Ln

Construction

$20,000

Novato

10/29

Marci Vincent & Robin D .

Hoffmann Construction

703 Mcclay Rd

Minor Construction

$20,000

Novato

10/29

Dean Biersche/ Hopmonk, Lessee

Tamalpais Construction

224 Vintage Way [Aka 208 Vintage]

Tenant Improvement

$65,000

Novato

10/29

Bank Of Marin, Lessee

Steve Rempe General Contractor

504 Redwood Blvd 226 & 228

Tenant Improvement

$98,500

Novato

10/30

Carr John W Jr Tr &

Old Town Glass Inc.

17 Linda Ct

Window

$10,898

Novato

10/30

Lalena Menen

Abc Cooling & Heating Services

632 Wilson Ave

Hvac

$11,000

Novato

10/30

Rite Aid-Chris Lawton

F G & T Construction

920 Diablo Ave Aka 910

Construction

$25,000

Novato

10/30

Aaron Thompson

American Home Renewal, Inc.

2817 Topaz Dr

Construction

$36,800

Novato

10/31

Smigielski David M & Erica D 2

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

60 Little Creek Ln

Minor Construction

$10,000

Novato

10/31

Tony Henry

Phoenix Construction

1400 Donna St

Construction

$11,000

Novato

10/31

Weston John U Tr Etal

Quality Home Renovators Inc

649 Louise Ave

Solar

$12,000

Novato

10/31

O Connor Brian E &

Solarcity

6 Ena Ct

Solar

$20,000

Novato

10/31

Mac Donneil Dennis Smart Energy Usa A&

429 Estado Way

Solar

$35,000

Novato

10/31

Tevis James L Jr / Tr/ &

Smart Energy Usa

27 Estrella Way

Solar

$37,000

Novato

11/1

Tony Henry

Mac’S Roofing Inc.

1400 Donna St

Reroof

$13,000

Novato

11/1

Lisa Polito

Owner-Builder

254 Red Hawk Rd

Construction

$14,000

Novato

11/2

At & T Mobility

C B A Site Services Inc

1500 Grant Ave

Construction

$25,000

Novato

11/5

Novato Oak Apartments Llc

Owner-Builder

1486 S Novato Blvd

Construction

$10,000

Novato

11/5

Armusewicz Richard J

Rich Armusewicz Construction

867 Pine Ave

Construction

$10,500

Novato

11/5

Billetter Albert & Deborah

Ongaro & Sons

10 Kristin Ln

Hvac

$12,000

Novato

11/5

Taylor Donald E &

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

285 San Carlos Way

Minor Construction

$12,000

Novato

11/5

Andrews Nancy /Tr/

Owner-Builder

461 Fieldstone Dr

Construction

$12,800

Novato

11/5

Nancy Frost

Booth & Little Roofing

1917 Benton Ln

Reroof

$14,195

Novato

11/5

Bill Quesada

Northern Pacific Roofing Inc

1285 Lynwood Dr

Reroof

$18,420

Novato

11/6

Duffield Robert A &

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

208 Michele Cir

Minor Construction

$19,000

Novato

11/6

Mathew Pumpa

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

12 Country Ln

Construction

$20,000

Novato

11/7

Kropelnicki Martin A /Tr/ &

Beutler Corporation

113 Chapel Hill Rd

Hvac

$26,987

Novato

11/7

Walter Kieckhefer Co Llc

Bay Air Systems Inc

490 Ignacio Blvd [Aka 474 Ignacio]

Hvac

$36,782

Novato

11/8

Novato Oak Apartments Llc

Owner-Builder

1486 S Novato Blvd

Construction

$10,000

Novato

11/8

D M Christensen Construction C

Leo’S Roofing

12 Deerfield Ln [12,16,20,24]

Reroof

$18,900

Novato

11/8

Nancy Foster

Rec Solar Inc.

6 Angelica Ct

Solar

$21,000

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Novato

11/8

Jeffrey Coyne

Yonts Construction

77 Flicker Dr

Minor Construction

$25,000

Novato

11/8

Grant Avenue Properties Llc

D.V. Rassmussen & Sons Inc

1118 Grant Ave

Tenant Improvement

$48,000

Novato

11/12

Deborah & John T Cox

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

14 Eagle Gap Rd

Window

$22,739

Novato

11/13

Au-Yeung John & Tonja Living

Gelardi Construction

1155 Santolina Dr

Minor Construction

$10,000

Novato

11/13

Brian Chipman

Owner-Builder

12 Balra Dr

Minor Construction

$15,000

Novato

11/13

Parker Donna L Tr

E.K. Construction Co.

6 Hanover Ct

Minor Construction

$17,000

Novato

11/13

Holmes Family Trust Etal

Sears Home Improvement

86 Stanford Ct

Minor Construction

$19,577

Novato

11/13

Buck Ctr For Research In Aging

Indoor Environmental Services

8001 Redwood Blvd

Mechanical

$52,000

Novato

11/13

Buck Ctr For Research In Aging

Meylan Construction

8001 Redwood Blvd Bldg. #A

Construction

$198,000

Novato

11/14

Van Hootegem Gene R /Tr &

Land Construction

121 La Merida Ct

Construction

$12,000

Novato

11/14

Priolo Salvatore J Tr &

Sungate Energy Solutions Inc

17 Monroe Ct

Solar

$15,000

Novato

11/14

Sutter Health

Cobe Construction Inc.

101 Rowland Way # 305

Tenant Improvement

$179,719

Novato

11/15

Jones David P Tr & Etal

Aaero Htg. & Sheet Metal Inc.

823 Grant Ave D

Mechanical

$12,239

Novato

11/15

Kandel Wanda L

Wedge Roofing, Inc.

1429 Elm Dr

Reroof

$13,340

Novato

11/15

Crossings Of Novato

Cascade Roofing

1461 S Novato Blvd

Reroof

$17,000

Novato

11/15

Kurtz Family Survivors Trust

Baldwin Roofing Inc.

1900 Novato Blvd

Reroof

$17,834

Novato

11/15

Soldavini Ronald C&

Patrick Burr Tile

15 Fredson Ct

Construction

$22,737

Novato

11/15

Alessandria Louis J&

Ackley Construction

235 Shevelin Rd

Minor Construction

$25,000

Novato

11/16

Commercial Boulevard Lp

Silver & Black Construction

11 Commercial Blvd

Construction

$20,000

Novato

11/16

Warner Creek Senior Housing Lp

Solarix Systems

806 Diablo Ave

Solar

$61,000

San Anselmo

10/1

Randolph Johnson

Nonpareil Construction

8 El Cerrito Ave

Reroof

$15,000

San Anselmo

10/1

Catrina Chase

Owner-Builder

232 Redwood Dr

Deck

$20,000

San Anselmo

10/2

Hans & Mary

26 Scenic Dr

Remodel

$25,000

San Anselmo

10/2

Jennifer & Miles Holden

Laddie Richardson Construction

21 Angela Ave

Addition

$75,000

San Anselmo

10/8

Susan A Ream

Adams Pool Solutions

124 Woodside Drive

Replace Pool Plaster Etc.

$26,750

San Anselmo

10/11

Jan Marks

12 Vista Lane

Reroof

$10,000

San Anselmo

10/11

Kristina Rocksberg

Aussie Roofing

66 Park Drive

Reroof

$11,000

San Anselmo

10/11

Matt Ratliff

Owner-Builder

12 Bay Tree Ln

Remodel Kitch., Bath, New Windows

$40,000

San Anselmo

10/11

Emily & Peter Marlin

Ard Macha Construction

45 Sais Ave

Remodel Kitchen

$100,000

San Anselmo

10/15

Greg King

Owner-Builder

103 Sunnyside Dr

Fixtures & Finishes

$10,000

San Anselmo

10/15

Martin Block

Mcleran Inc

205 Oak Springs Drive

Reroof

$21,250

San Anselmo

10/15

Bill Harms

Owner-Builder

100 West Hillside Ave

Plumbing, Wiring, Etc.

$25,442

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PERMITS City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Anselmo

10/16

Jay Cahan

Superior Roofing

55 San Anselmo Ave

Reroof

$13,200

San Anselmo

10/17

James & Jennifer Mcclean

Acustruct, Inc.

65 Forest Ave

Retaining Wall

$26,500

San Anselmo

10/17

Jeff And Clara Peterson

Luis Reyes

15 Kemp Ave

2Nd Story

$112,400

San Anselmo

10/22

Pet Food Express

Shs

862-874 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.

Commercial

$180,000

San Anselmo

10/22

Erin Heath & Jim Rivera

Kami Construction

101 Ross Ave

Remodel

$540,000

San Anselmo

10/23

Jamie Pantaso

Momentum Builders

48 Broadmoor Ave

Framing

$115,000

San Anselmo

10/24

G.W. Lucas

Van Acker

55 Sequoia Dr.

New Arbor

$12,000

San Anselmo

10/24

Renee Schofield

Chad Burum

112 Jordan Ave

Siding & Sidwall

$15,000

San Anselmo

10/25

Ticknor

S.M. Construction

19 Olive Ave

Repair Retaining Wall

$20,000

San Anselmo

10/25

Brian And June Gonzalez

Liam O’Flaherty

11 Morningside Drive

Addition

$65,000

San Anselmo

10/25

Rob & Lexie Brooks

Steven M. Vanni

68 Yolanda Ave

Kitch & Bath Remodel

$70,500

San Anselmo

10/29

Robert Cutten

Real Goods Solar

120 Broadmoor Ave

Solar

$18,175

San Anselmo

10/29

Noelle & Michael Jue

G Family Construction

21 Arroyo Ave

Replace Deck

$25,000

San Rafael

10/30

Davito 2010 Trust Etal

R.M. Cerutti

36 Locksly Ln

Alter-Sfd

$90,000

San Rafael

10/31

Safeguard Service Co

Turbin Design Assoc

550 Canal St

Alter-Apartments

$20,000

San Rafael

11/1

Draper James M / Tr/ &

Draper James M /Tr/ &

52 Glenaire Dr

Alter-Sfd

$10,000

San Rafael

11/1

Tazi Hicham

Abril Roofing

89 Golden Hinde Blvd

Alter-Sfd

$13,500

San Rafael

11/1

Donlan Robert J Jr Et

Donlan Robert J Jr Et

840 Tamarack Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

11/1

Chretien Jack C &

Westco Roofing Co

38 Brentwood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

11/1

Niazi Trust Etal

Westco Roofing Co

42 Brentwood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

11/1

Tomasch Paul J &

Westco Roofing Co

46 Brentwood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

11/1

Leach Donald C &

Valentine Corperatio

17 Thomas Ct

Alter-Sfd

$18,000

San Rafael

11/1

Locks Salamah

Armstrong Installat

217 Orris Ter

Alter-Sfd

$32,000

San Rafael

11/1

Cal Pox Inc

Whiting-Turner Contr

125 Shoreline Pkwy

New Commercial

$24,000,000

San Rafael

11/5

Willms Maynard H&H

Salguera Roofing

92 Upper Oak Dr

Alter-Sfd

$10,600

San Rafael

11/5

Erlenbach Gerald AT

Mcleran Inc

1740 Las Gallinas Ave

Alter-Sfd

$11,990

San Rafael

11/5

De Martini George A&

Steve Janney Roofing

50 Convent Ct

Alter-Sfd

$12,500

San Rafael

11/5

Au Energy Llc

Walton Engineering, Inc

950 Del Presidio Blvd

Alter-Commercial

$210,000

San Rafael

11/6

Gerstenkorn Robert

San Anselmo Construction

8 3Rd St

Alter-Apartments

$10,000

San Rafael

11/6

Griffin Branch Proper

Douglas Construction

14 1St St

Alter-Sfd

$17,400

San Rafael

11/6

Yodowitz Family 2011

Clough Construction

77 Terrace Ave

Alter-Sfd

$24,000

San Rafael

11/6

Cutter Elizabeth A /Tr

Clough Construction

120 Esmeyer Dr

Alter-Sfd

$40,295

San Rafael

11/6

Sr 1222 4Th Avenue Llc

M M Bay Area Construction

1222 4Th St

Alter-Apartments

$45,000

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Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Rafael

11/7

Robinett Ryan D/ Tr/ &

Mcleran Inc

211 Forbes Ave

Alter-Sfd

$12,625

San Rafael

11/8

Tanaka Maria A

Tanaka Maria A

377 Mountain View Ave

Alter-Sfd

$10,000

San Rafael

11/8

Collins Elizabeth S

Crown Ridge Roofing

816 Tamarack Dr

Alter-Sfd

$10,615

San Rafael

11/8

Orelind Greger J &

Schneider Construction

641 Las Colindas Rd

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

11/8

Randall Jon A

Phillip Gazzoli

44 Main Dr

Alter-Sfd

$16,500

San Rafael

11/8

Northgate Properties

Mdliquor@Sbcglobal.Net

274 Northgate One

Alter-Commercial

$20,000

San Rafael

11/8

Mc Hugh Sean / Tr/ &

Stralka Construction

28 Canyon Oak Dr

Alter-Sfd

$20,000

San Rafael

11/8

Barrett William A &A

Leading Renovations, Inc.

90 Dominican Dr

Alter-Sfd

$25,000

San Rafael

11/8

Nelson Raymond /Tr/

Nelson Raymond /Tr/

16 West St

Alter-Sfd

$30,000

San Rafael

11/8

Barron Sean &

Barron Sean &

147 Riviera Dr

Alter-Sfd

$38,500

San Rafael

11/8

Schmidt Mary M 1990 T

Byron Smith Design & Constr

29 Manderly Rd

Alter-Sfd

$99,000

San Rafael

11/13

Middleridge 2008 Trust

15 Marin St

Alter-Sfd

$35,000

Tiburon

11/5

Tiburon Hillside Lp

Owner-Builder

23 Circle Drive

Remodel

$25,000

Tiburon

11/5

Tiburon Hillside Lp

Owner-Builder

19 Circle Drive

Remodel

$25,000

Tiburon

11/5

Tiburon Hillside Lp

Owner-Builder

23 Circle Drive

Remodel

$25,000

Tiburon

11/5

Tiburon Hillside Lp

Owner-Builder

19 Circle Drive

Remodel

$25,000

Tiburon

11/5

Tiburon Hillside Lp

Owner-Builder

19 Circle Drive

Remodel

$25,000

Tiburon

11/5

Steven Sockolov

Sunburst Solar Energy

70 Reedland Woods Way

Alteration

$30,000

Tiburon

11/6

Mary & Donald Foree

Owner-Builder

265 Diviso Street

Repair

$11,300

Tiburon

11/6

Margaret Levine

Gorilla Construction

2477 Spanish Trail Road

Repair

$20,000

Tiburon

11/7

Colin & Jennifer Probert

Gene Burch Plumbing Heat- 4338 Paradise Drive ing & Air

Repair & Replace

$10,672

Tiburon

11/7

Wesley Stauffer

Real Goods Solar

111 Taylor Road

Solar

$41,550

Tiburon

11/7

James Rottmayer

Rottmayer Construction Company

75 Round Hill Road

Remodel

$60,000

Tiburon

11/7

Lisa And Frederick Winston

Beach Street Builders

650 Tiburon Blvd

New Construction

$800,000

Tiburon

11/8

Ritch Viola

Owner-Builder

116 Howard Drive

Remodel

$80,000

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

11/14/2012

ANN TAYLOR RETAIL INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0071361

11/15/2012

ASHRON CONSTRUCTION & RESTORATION INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0071624

11/13/2012

CAIRNES JAMES (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0070727

11/15/2012

CITY OF NOVATO (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0071624

11/13/2012

KLINE PHIL (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0070727

11/13/2012

KOMER ANNE ELISABETH (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0070727

11/15/2012

NOVATO CITY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0071624

11/14/2012

SCHRADER & MARTINEZ CONSTRUCTION INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0071361

11/13/2012

SMALL WORLD TIRE CO (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2012-0070727

11/15/2012

LARRY JACKSON CONSTRUCTION INC (E)

MAIN STREET PROPERTIES (O)

LIEN

2012-0071496

11/13/2012

ANDRZEJEWSKI LUKASZ M (E)

SUTTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0070835

11/13/2012

BOSTJANCIC KENNETH P (E)

MARIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0070983

11/16/2012

BOYADJIEV LATCHEZAR (E)

MARIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0072221

11/14/2012

HAKIMI SARA F (E)

CAPRI OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0071353

11/16/2012

JUNGBAUER THERESA (E)

ATC ASSESSMENT COLLECTION GROUP LLC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0072122

11/15/2012

NEWMAN MARK (E)

DE BEL ROOFING SUPPLY INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0071830

11/15/2012

VO MINH T (E)

SANTA CLARA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2012-0071716

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

NAIL JOSH M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071709

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SCHAUB JEFFREY (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071710

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SUTHERLAND JOHN J (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071711

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KIER ROBERT H (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071712

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ROBERTS GLENN M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071713

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

THOENNES NEIL D (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071755

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AUGUSTO CHRISTOPHER J (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071756

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SKILANDAT ELECTRA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071757

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

DAUDIN MICHEL A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071758

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BUTLER FABIA R (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071759

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MODICA CHERYL A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071760

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

EVANS DEBRA A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071761

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GIFFORD ROBERT G JR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071762

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ROHAN BRIAN D SR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071763

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WILSON GREGG (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071764

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

THIBEAUX PETER (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071765

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

OBIEDO CATHY M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071766

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JOHNSON BRENDA A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071767

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CHRISTMAN EVAMARIE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071768

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KEIGWIN COLETTE M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071769

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

COLEMAN DAVID A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071770

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JACKSON KEVIN S (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071771

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

DOUGHERTY RAYMOND E (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071772

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MAZZA RAYMOND (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071773

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PYE JON (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071774

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

RODRIGUEZ MARIA E (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071776

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

DIMAGGIO DANIELE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071777

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

COBARUBIAS JUAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071778

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PERRENOUD YVES (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071779

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JACAMO MARIELA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071780

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ALFONSO JOSE G (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071781

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KENNEY HEATHER A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071782

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SILVA FATIMA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071783

11/15/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GARCIA MAURO (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071784

11/16/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MEINBERG PETER K (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0072097

BROUSSEAU PETER (O)

11/16/2012

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TAX LIEN

2012-0072098

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) BEHRENS WAYNE (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070953

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) OHEHIR CATHERINE M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070954

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) OHEHIR JAMES P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070954

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) JOHNSON MICHAEL A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070955

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) YOUNGSWI FERN D (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070955

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) ASU TRAVEL GUIDE INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070956

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) WEAVER JOHN (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070957

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) HENMI DENIS (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070958

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) KWAN SYLVIA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070958

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) CONTOUR PAK INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070959

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) GALLOWAY JOHN F (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070960

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) ANDRADA MICHAEL P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070961

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) BARTLE CHRISTOPHER P (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070962

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) B&G AUTO REPAIR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070963

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) NORTHERN AVENUE MOTOR CORP (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070963

11/13/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) WASHER DAVID M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0070964

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) BOOTH BOBBY R JR (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071440

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) GLADER KAREN M (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071441

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) WAKEFIELD WILLIAM MARK (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071442

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) WNUK ALAN J (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071443

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) KASELIONIS KIMBERLY A (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071444

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) WEST EMBARCADERO GROUP INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071445

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) LEATON MARCELLA (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071446

11/14/2012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E) SCHLEGEL MICHAEL (O)

TAX LIEN

2012-0071446

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Classified ADS

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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 23


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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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Marin Builders Association circa 1962 Publication rules for submission of articles to the MBA Weekly Bulletin Members corner Limited to 600 words and edited for length, grammar, spelling, clarity, style, libel and civility. We do not publish form letters, petitions or consumer complaints. Please include writers name, address and phone number. All submissions become the property of Marin Builders Association and cannot be returned. note: We would like a photo (jpeg) head shot and can offer ¼ page ad space to *fill out page for ½ the price. *Ad space only available to fill out page if necessary. Page 34 34 Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 26


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