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As we look forward to a new year of working together, we invite you to attend an ‘OPEN HOUSE’ event featuring new benefits for 2013.

This event will take place

Wednesday, January 23 8:30am - 10:00am & 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Beverages and food will be provided, a continental breakfast in the morning and a light lunch in the afternoon.

at Marin Builders Association JOIN US! Come meet the MBA staff and see what we can do for you! Representatives from Anthem Blue Cross and Kaiser will be available to discuss your OPEN ENROLLMENT options for medical plans and your individual needs.

415.462.1220 • 660 Las Gallinas Ave. San Rafael, CA • www.marinba.org


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PROJECT OF THE WEEK - accepting sealed proposals for MBA Project #05 -

MORAGA-ORINDA FIRE DISTRICT FIRE STATION 43

in this issue

until

CRAB FEED 2013

Thursday, January 24th, 2013 @ 2:00PM

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New Benefits Open House

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Membership Application ...................4

at the City of Orinda, 22 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA,

Marin Home & Garden Expo Update ...5

Sarge Littlehale Conference Room.

CRAB FEED Sign-Up Form ............6 Capitol Connection (FKA Kalb’s) ....7 CPR Class Flyer ................................8

A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference

New MBA Insurance Program

for this project is scheduled for

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

Thursday, January 10, 2013, @ 2:00 PM

SBOE SPECIAL NOTICE: Lumber

at the City of Orinda, 22 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA,

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Safety Topic: Teaching Safety............14 Permits

Sarge Littlehale Conference Room.

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Completions & Liens ........................19

The project consists of sitework and utilities for the installation of a Temporary Modular Facility and for the construction of a new Fire Station Building and related site improvements. The scope of MBA Project #05 includes but is not necessarily limited to site preparation, grading, paving, irrigation, planting, site lighting and utilities (on and off site). The proposed improvements include a one story fire station structure and demolition of the existing station structure. A Class “A” or B California State Contractor’s License is required. Project #05 may be viewed in the MBA Plan Room and on-line by subscribers to MBA’s On Line Plan Service. Bid RFI’s and technical questions shall be directed in writing to Vic Santana, Senior Project Manager, KSD Group Inc. at vic@ksdgroup.com, PH 925-827-0841, Ext.17. Plans and specs may be obtained from ABC Imaging/Graphic Reproduction at 1381 Franquette Avenue, Concord, California, 94520, Office 925-647-0900, Email: concord@abcimaging. com for $81.00 a set.

Project Bid List

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

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

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

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

The Marin Home & Garden Expo is YOUR Expo!

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

We are planning some exciting new exhibits and programs for the June 1 and 2 event. This year’s theme is “The Smart Home”. How do you make homes smarter, more sustainable and efficient? We hope you will join the fun - either as an exhibitor, a volunteer, a supplier for our interactive Smart Home Exhibit or a participant in our Marin Builders Competition. Curious about the competition? Details coming soon! Remember, MBA members receive a discount on their space at the Expo. Call Andrea at the office (415) 507-1537 to find out how you can increase your companies exposure to the public and stimulate more business by being at the Home & Garden Expo! It is the SMART place to be June 1 and 2. Happy New Year from the Marin Home & Garden Expo staff.

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Executive Director KLIF KNOLES

Dave Trahan - Patriot Mechanical Herb Moran - MOC Insurance Services John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Mark Silvia - Marin Mechanical, Inc. Clayton Fraser - West Bay Builders Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Dick Ghilotti - Ghilotti Construction Company Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Jeff Grady - Grady Consulting, Inc. STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Diane Van Renselaar - Plan Room Technician Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception Consultants Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst The weekly bulletin is owned by MBA and is available at www.marinba.org 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903 Publisher: Klif Knoles Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 5


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“CRAB FEED”

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FUNDRAISER

Friday – February 8th, 2013 Margaret Todd Senior Center 1560 Hill Road, Novato

6:00 P.M. No-host cocktails

7:00 P.M. Dinner

“Live Auction” & “50/50 Raffle” *************************************** We wish to purchase ___ dinner tickets: $55 each if purchased by January 25th $_______ $65 each after January 25th $_______

We would like to sponsor a table for $125 ______

(Table sponsorship includes your company name on table and on all advertising.)

We would like to support the MBA Scholarship Program with a contribution of: $50___ $100___ $250___ $500___ $1,000___ Other___

Return reservation form to MBA, 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903; fax to (415) 462-1225 or go to our website www.marinba.org to register and pay online. We accept Visa and Mastercard. Company:__________________________ Contact:_________________ Address:____________________________Phone:____________________

PLEASE INCLUDE PAYMENT WITH ALL RESERVATIONS. (No cancellations or refunds after February 1st.)

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

A new year brings new opportunity to learn, grow and profit. We work together here to help find answers to common problems and give contractors a resource they can count on in building their business. Every year also brings new regulation, changes in interpretation, and greater complexity in understanding how to work as a licensed contractor. Sometimes those rules create problems of their own requiring a little ‘creative’ thinking, while a Nevada contractor finds no amount of ‘slicing or dicing’ will trim a project to his bid limits… Q: I understand that under the CA Home Improvement Act, a contractor must state the amount of compensation as a sum certain, as opposed to “time and materials” or cost-plus arrangements. Many of my clients find this problematic, especially when they must purchase large material quantities in excess of the $1,000 deposit limit, such as lumber drop-shipments. I am not aware of any way to get around this problem. However, it occurs to me that if contractor and homeowner decide to exclude the lumber purchase from the contract, such that contractor is not charging profit & overhead on the materials, then it should be acceptable for the owner to purchase the lumber from the supplier directly. I ‘m not asking you for a legal conclusion, but are you aware of any specific prohibition against this approach? A: It’s a good question and one that has been raised in the past by Capitol Services’ clients. According to the CSLB, the owner may purchase the material directly from the supplier without running afoul of the 10%/$1000 limit. Other options would include having a joint check from the owner to the contractor AND material supplier (although the direct check is cleaner); or a payment and performance (i.e. blanket) bond similar to what a “big box” store carries which allows the contractor to receive payment prior to the materials being supplied.

require coverage; however, it is best to confirm this with your insurance carrier. Q: We currently have a Contractors License in Nevada with a bid limit of $100,000. We are looking to bid a tract with 30 units but no one home is more than $100,000. Are we okay to bid on this since each unit is less than $100,000? A: The monetary limit is the maximum contract a licensed contractor may undertake on one or more construction contracts on a single construction site or subdivision site for a single client. The job in question is 30 separate units, but it appears to be one single project for a single client, so you cannot bid on the project if the total amount for all units is over $100,000. Bidding one ‘slice’ isn’t going to buy the whole cake, so to speak. Nevada does allow you to request that your limit be raised for the purpose of one project, or you can also apply to raise it permanently. In either case you would be required to provide a new financial statement. 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.

I would recommend contacting the CSLB if your clients want to investigate posting such a bond specific to a given project.

Q: We’re going to start a partnership with three partners. My two primary questions are: A) What happens if one of the partners leaves; and B) Is Worker’s Compensation coverage required by the CSLB if we have no employees? A: If any one of the three partners leave the license for any reason, the company (or one of the partners) has 90-days to notify the CSLB. The Board will cancel the license but will allow the remaining partners to complete jobs in progress if such a continuation request is made in writing. As for Worker’s Comp being required, this should not be necessary unless you have employees. Our understanding is that the three partners will not

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CPR – FIRST AID CLASS Wednesday ~ January 16, 2013 8:30 a.m. ~ 12:30 p.m. 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael (415)462-1220 Fax (415)462-1225

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

All reservations must be prepaid.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Legal and Compliance

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

Call Us Today

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As 2013 dawns, timing will roil California regulatory landscape by Phil Vermuelen, Governmental Relations Greg Lucas of the Capitol Weekly reports… There’s only certainty with death and taxes, it’s often said. Now state regulations can be added to the list, thanks to one of the more than 873 new laws signed by Gov. Jerry Brown, most set to take effect Jan. 1. As usual, this year’s crop of fresh statutes is desperate. Many will neither gain the notice of nor affect many of California’s 38 million citizens. But a goodly number affect businesses, employees, drivers and consumers not the least of which preventing bosses – or potential bosses – from demanding passwords to example personal social media accounts, like Facebook and Twitter. As to regulations, it certainly is already a certainty that California will pass regulations to flesh out the explicit meaning of 2013’s new batch of laws – just like the volumes of existing state laws. What starts to be consistent as of January 1 is the dates those regulations, which can run hundreds of densely worded pages, take effect. Instead of batches of regulations from various state agencies taking effect 30 days after being filed with the Secretary of State’s office, they will now take effect at quarterly dates under SB 1099 by Sen. Rod Wright, a Los Angeles Democrat.

In 2011, 103 state entities introduced 491 new regulations, each on their own timeline, according to the Office of Administrative Law, whose charge is to review those regulations for clarity and content. “It is difficult, if not impossible, for a small business with minimal staff to keep track of the regulatory process involving multiple departments and agencies,” said Wright, quoted in the Senate Floor analysis of his bill. “Often this has the effect of guaranteeing that many businesses will be out of compliance with some of the new rules.” Under Wright’s bill, non-emergency regulations will take effect January 1 if filed between September 1 and November 30. Or April 1 if filed between December 1 and February 29. July 1 if filed between March 1 and May 31. And October 1 if the regulation is filed on June 1 through August 31.Same timeline for repeal of any regulations. “This will prevent employers from being hit with fines for violating new rules that they were unaware of,” says the National Federation of Independent Business, a sponsor of the legislation. “The average small business pays $47 per hour, or close to $2,000 per week, in regulatory/ paperwork reporting requirements.” Another change welcomed by both small and large businesses is the Department of

Finance initiating an “economic impact” analysis of proposed state regulations. The requirement was approved in 2011’s SB 617 but the department must complete creating its regulations for determining the potential price tag of regulations put forward by other state agencies by November 2013. Exempted from review are those regulations the agencies say will have $50 million or less in potential economic impact. Other certainties for business and individual Californians alike: State taxes are increasing. Voter approval of Proposition 30 in November boosts the statewide sales tax by one-quarter cent through December 2016. But in many counties the new state rate of 7.5 percent is a base upon which are added locally approved taxes for public safety or street and highway improvements. For example, Sacramento County will have a sales tax rate of 8 percent while the rate will be 9 percent for Los Angeles County. State income taxes are also climbing for the state’s highest earners. Actually, the rates have already increased – Proposition 30 applies retroactively to the beginning of the 2012 tax year. So money earned prior to passage of the new law November 30 will be taxed at the higher

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rate. The state’s 243,373 single filers with more than $250,000 in taxable earnings and joint filers with more than $500,000 in taxable income will pay up to 3 percent more than the state’s current maximum of 9.3 percent, depending on how much they make. Using the joint filers, income between $500,000 and $600,000 would be taxed at 12.3 percent. Income from $600,000 to $1 million would be taxed at 11.3 percent and income above $1 million would be taxed at 12.3 percent. Higher rates stay in place through the 2018 tax year. The Franchise Tax Board reports less than 34,000 Californians with income of $1 million or more in 2009, the last tax year for which statistics are available. Brown has already banked on the money to balance the budget for the current fiscal year, which ends June 30, 2013. Two other workplace related laws – AB 2386 by former Assemblyman Michael Allen, a Santa Rosa Democrat, and AB 1964 by Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada, a Davis Democrat -- expand state discrimination protections to, respectively, include breastfeeding and wearing garb dictated by religious tenets, such as turbans or scarves. Prohibiting employers from demanding access to social media accounts of an employee or job applicant was a rare area of agreement for labor unions and employers. The measure won legislative support from the California Labor Federation and the California Chamber of Commerce, which saw the bill as clarifying a murky aspect of employee law. “Social media is a developing area of the law,” said Jennifer Barrera, a lobbyist

for the state chamber. “The boundaries on what you can and cannot investigate haven’t really been made clear.” Brown said the measure – AB 1844 by Assemblywoman Nora Campos, a San Jose Democrat -- protects “all Californians from unwarranted invasions of their personal social media accounts.” Use of social media in the workplace intersects with a number of hot-button issues including free speech, harassment, discrimination and hiring. Although numerous privacy and discrimination protections exist for California employees, state law has been silent on the appropriate use of information contained on social media sites. In September, the National Labor Relations Board restricted employers from broadly censoring posts by employees on Facebook and other social media sites even if critical of the employer. Employees in union and non-union businesses who discuss improving work conditions or increasing pay are already protected from retaliation under the National Labor Relations Act For more on the new law, go to: http:// www.californiascapitol.com/2012/09/ employers-prohibited-from-demandingaccess-to-social-media-pages-of-jobapplicants-and-employees/ According to supporters, a major overhaul of the state’s byzantine workers’ compensation insurance system will benefit both injured workers and employers. Benefits are scheduled to increase by some $860 million for injured workers while expenses borne by employers are predicted to fall by $1 billion, say backers, which includes the California Chamber of Commerce.

The new law -- SB 863 by Sen. Kevin De Leon, a Los Angeles Democrat -- boosts payments to permanently but partially injured workers by $740 million, an average increase of roughly 30 percent. Senate President Pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg, a Sacramento Democrat, premised his on earmarking another $120 million for injured workers who can’t return to their previous occupations. “(This bill) will substantially change the way workers’ compensation law is practiced,” writes LexisNexis in a preliminary assessment of the new law. “Prudent practitioners are encouraged to study the … package carefully and in detail, as it contains a multitude (of) provisions that can be used to greatly benefit their client’s interests, whether defense or applicant. “In addition, it is hoped that the new legislation will increase the effective and efficient administration of the workers’ compensation system as a whole.” Workers compensation legislation over the past 25 years, while promising “reform,” has not delivered it. Consumers now will be able to: -- Present proof of insurance in electronic form. AB 1708 by Assemblyman Mike Gatto, a Burbank Democrat, allows auto insurers to issue proof of insurance in electronic form, if a policyholder requests it. Law enforcement officials are also told under the bill that the electronic insurance document is just as valid as a paper version. Gatto’s bill also says that a peace officer can’t examine other content on a “mobile electronic device” other than the proof of insurance. Happy New Year to all! Phil

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Special Notice State Board of equalization

450 N Street SacrameNto, ca 95814

Lumber and Engineered Wood Products 1% Assessment Begins January 1, 2013 Beginning January 1, 2013, purchases of lumber products and engineered wood products for use in California will be subject to a one percent (1%) assessment based on the selling price of the products.

Board MeMBerS BETTY T. YEE First District San Francisco SEn. gEoRgE RunnER (Ret.) Second District Lancaster MICHELLE STEEL Third District orange County JERoME E. HoRTon Fourth District Los Angeles JoHn CHIAng State Controller eXeCutiVe direCtor CYnTHIA BRIDgES

Boe weBSite aNd Board memBer coNtact iNformatioN

www.boe.ca.gov

taxpayer iNformatioN SectioN

1-800-400-7115 tty

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Who is required to pay the assessment to the BOE under the new law? Under the new law (Public Resources Code sections 4629 – 4629.13), retailers selling lumber products and engineered wood products to California consumers must charge and collect the 1% lumber products assessment from their customers and report and pay the assessment to the Board of Equalization (BOE). Also, persons who purchase lumber products or engineered wood products for use in this state without paying the 1% assessment to a California retailer at the time of their purchase must register with the BOE to report and pay the assessment beginning January 1, 2013. How does the new law affect construction contractors? Construction contractors may be either consumers or retailers of lumber products or engineered wood products. • As a consumer of lumber products or engineered wood products, construction contractors will be required to pay the assessment to their California vendors. • As a consumer of lumber products or engineered wood products, construction contractors will be required to pay the assessment directly to the BOE on purchases made from outside of California for use in this state. • As a retailer of lumber products, construction contractors will be required to charge and collect the assessment from their customers and report and pay the assessment to the BOE on their sales and use tax return. • As a retailer of items that a construction contractor manufactures, assembles, processes, or produces from lumber products or engineered wood products (for example, prefabricated cabinets), no assessment is due on either the contractor’s purchase or on their subsequent sale of these items. Construction contractors that hold a seller’s permit and sell lumber products or engineered wood products to consumers in this state may offset their reported lumber products assessment amounts against start-up costs of $250 per business location. For more information about construction contractors, see publication 9, Construction and Building Contractors, by visiting our website at www.boe.ca.gov and clicking the Forms & Publications tab, and following the Publications link to view the complete listing.

e∙services

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

What products are subject to the lumber assessment? In general, lumber products and engineered wood products subject to the 1% assessment are defined as “primary” wood products produced directly from forest trees in which wood is a principal component (at least 10% of total content).

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STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

Lumber and Engineered Wood Products 1% Assessment Begins January 1, 2013

However, wood products that have been manufactured, assembled, processed, or produced from primary wood products are not subject to the 1% assessment. These include “secondary” wood products where there has been additional labor that adds significant value to the product. See the examples below of products subject to the assessment and products not subject to the assessment: Subject to Lumber ASSeSSment

NOT Subject to Lumber ASSeSSment

Lumber

Furniture

Plywood particle board

Firewood

Fiberboard

Paper products

Poles

Indoor finished flooring

Posts

Wainscoting (facing or paneling applied

Structural panels

to walls)

Decking

Paneling

Railings

Shutters

Fencing (poles, solid board)

Blinds

Roofing (shakes and wooden shingles)

Frames

Siding

Windows

Sub-flooring

Doors

Oriented strandboard

Cabinets

Glue-laminated timber

Molding

Laminated veneer lumber

Millwork (for example, baseboards)

Lath (for example, a thin narrow strip of

Trusses

wood used for support)

Pre-constructed railing sections Carvings and craft products

How to Register To register with the BOE, visit www.boe.ca.gov, click the eServices tab and under the eReg heading, select Register, Pay Use Tax or Claim an Exemption. Beginning in April 2013, you may report and pay the lumber products assessment (as well as any applicable use tax) on a one-time purchase of lumber products or engineered wood products using eReg. For more information If you have questions or would like additional information regarding the lumber products assessment, you may call our Taxpayer Information Section at 1-800-400-7115 (TTY: 711), Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Pacific time), excluding state holidays. For additional information, go online at www.boe.ca.gov to view BOE’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and our lumber products assessment page at www.boe.ca.gov/industry/lumber_ products.html.

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

Teaching On-Site Safety by Example Have you ever worked with someone who inspired you? A hardworking person can have a powerful influence on his or her team, especially when he or she is working with someone who is new to the job or to the company. As the co-worker of a new employee, consider yourself the most important role model during his or her first few weeks. Your attitude and your respect of policies and safety procedures could save his or her life! Be a Safety Mentor You know that the construction workplace is full of hazards. At , we have stressed the importance of doing your job the safe way, and we’ve given you a wealth of knowledge about the risks of the job and ways to stay safe. When you are working around others, especially if they are new to our workplace, it is your turn to share that knowledge to protect them and yourself. It may take a while for new employees to adjust and feel like they fit in on the job. Those that have never held a job before or were employed by a firm with a weak safety program will need considerable safety instruction and leadership. While managers will attempt to train them in workplace safety as thoroughly as possible, employees will naturally look to you for advice and information. Their early impressions of the way you value safety will set the stage for their future work habits. Always Demonstrate Safety In this important transition time, your actions will speak louder than your

words, as the saying goes. If you use a ladder carelessly or take dangerous shortcuts on scaffolding, for example, you demonstrate to a new employee that safety is not important at . If you try to impress others by wearing jewelry or loose clothing that can be hazardous on the job, you are ultimately putting new employees that are learning from and imitating you in danger. On the other hand, some new employees may come to from firms that emphasize safety like we do. In that case, their personal respect for you will grow when they see that you care about workplace safety as much as they do. You are aware that accidents are a reality in construction and contracting work. Take care to be sure that your new co-workers are aware of the danger, too. Doing so will help to keep everyone at your worksite safe.

New employees will naturally look to you for advice and information. Demonstrate respect of safety policies to help them start on the right track!

Think again of that co-worker that has inspired you, and do your best to keep him or her in mind when you are working with new employees. Everyone will be safer when you make a good impression on a new employee, so do your part. Now is your chance to inspire!

THIS FLYER IS FOR GENERAL

INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, AND IS NOT INTENDED AS MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE. CONTENT © 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 California Builders Insurance Program: Su socio de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo de la construcción

Enseñanza de la seguridad dentro de las instalaciones a través del ejemplo ¿Alguna vez trabajó con alguien que le inspiró? Una persona disciplinada puede tener una poderosa influencia sobre su equipo, especialmente cuando está trabajando con alguien que es nuevo en el trabajo o en la empresa. Como compañero de trabajo de un empleado nuevo, considérese como un ejemplo importante durante sus primeras semanas. ¡Su actitud y su respeto hacia las normas y procedimientos de seguridad podrían salvar su vida!

Siempre demuestre seguridad En este tiempo de transición importante, sus acciones dirán más que sus palabras, como dice el dicho. Si utiliza una escalera sin cuidado o toma atajos peligrosos sobre andamios, por ejemplo, demuestra al empleado nuevo que la seguridad no es importante en .Si intenta impresionar a los demás usando alhajas o ropa suelta que puede ser peligrosa en el trabajo, al final está poniendo en peligro a los empleados nuevos que están aprendiendo y le imitan.

Sea un mentor de la seguridad Usted sabe que el lugar de trabajo en la construcción está lleno de riesgos. En , hemos enfatizado la importancia de hacer su trabajo de manera segura y le hemos brindado gran cantidad de conocimiento sobre los riesgos del trabajo y las maneras de estar seguro. Cuando trabaja cerca de otras personas, especialmente si son nuevas en nuestro lugar de trabajo, es su oportunidad para compartir ese conocimiento para proteger a esas personas y a usted mismo.

Por otro lado, algunos empleados nuevos pueden venir a de firmas que enfatizan la seguridad como nosotros lo hacemos. En ese caso, su respeto personal por su voluntad crece cuando ven que le importa la seguridad en el lugar de trabajo tanto como a ellos.

Puede llevar un tiempo para que los empleados nuevos se adapten y sientan que encajan en el trabajo. Aquellos que nunca tuvieron un trabajo o trabajaron para una firma con un programa de seguridad débil necesitarán instrucciones de seguridad importantes y liderazgo. A pesar de que los gerentes intentarán capacitarlos sobre la seguridad en el lugar de trabajo lo más exhaustivamente posible, los empleados buscarán naturalmente su consejo e información. Sus primeras impresiones de cómo usted valora la seguridad establecerán el escenario para sus futuros hábitos de trabajo.

Usted es consciente de que los accidentes son una realidad en el trabajo de contratación y de la construcción. Asegúrese de que su nuevo compañero de trabajo sea consciente del peligro también. Haciendo esto ayudará a mantener a todos seguros en el lugar de trabajo. Piense otra vez en ese compañero de trabajo que le inspiró y haga lo que pueda para tenerle en mente cuando trabaja con empleados nuevos. Todos estarán más seguros cuando cause una buena impresión a un empleado nuevo, por eso colabore. ¡Ahora es su oportunidad para inspirar!

Los empleados nuevos buscarán naturalmente su consejo e información. ¡Demuestre respeto por las normas de seguridad para ayudarles a comenzar por el camino correcto!

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PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Eberle Robert J EVANS S. WAFULA 11 Chaparral Ln San Geronimo 170-182-04 (21-0/1)(23)(12)A Dabora David M /Tr/ AMERICAN SOLAR CORPORATIO 16 Spring Rd Kentfield 074-151-04 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Johnson Nikki G /Tr/ & Et GLEASON & TANKARD 65 Ridgecrest Rd Kentfield 075-214-02 (21-0/0) Additio Levy Mark P /Tr/ Etal APPERSON HOOG & ASSOC. 515 Los Cerros Dr Greenbrae 070-141-53 (23) Bathroom Rem Elna Tsuo RADDUE CONSTRUCTION 6200 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Sa 168-260-12 21-0/1: Bedroom A Arntz Donald M /Tr/ & Eta SUN FIRST CONST 55 Bay Canyon Rd Novato 157-071-20 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Sherman Judith L /Tr/ DONALD T. LARWOOD 467 Green Glen Way Mill Valley 049-152-10 (23) Remodel Bath Strawberry Village Retail NOVO CONSTRUCTION 750 Redwood Hwy #1210 Mill Val 043-151-30 (33) Tenant Impro Apodaca Eddie R /Tr/ & Et SOLARCRAFT SERVICES 95 Mt Tenaya Dr San Rafael 164-412-01 (60) Rf Mtd P V S Scott John W /Tr/ & JUSTIN CONSTRUCTION 25 Circle Rd San Rafael 179-201-02 (23) Rmdl Kit Sierra Asset Servicing Ll OWNER/BUILDER 265 Adobestone Ct San Rafael 164-221-14 (23) Non-Struct R Newport Murrieta Land DONALD T. LARWOOD 574 Blackberry Ln San Rafael 164-071-05 (23,50,52,58) Rmd Duzgunes Nejat A /Tr/ & AMERICAN HOME RENEWAL 508 Pixie Trl Mill Valley 047-044-10 (58) Replace 2 Wi Gelbart S Samuel /Tr/ PRESTIGE FINISHES 164 Janes St Mill Valley 047-151-22 (23) Remodl Kitch Hennage Daniel A & KLINE, PHILIP GEN CONT 303 Carrera Dr Mill Valley 200-251-25 (21--0/0) (13) Ad Shaw Steven R & OWNER/BUILDER 55 Bridge Rd Novato 143-200-27 (21--0/0) Additio

Value $130,000 $12,500 $180,000 $50,000 $52,800 $29,000 $15,000 $75,000 $28,273 $27,000 $110,000 $44,000 $12,000 $17,000 $50,000 $110,000

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED Address Owner Work 1031 Trillium Ln Mill Valley Moore Gregory K & 1008 Trillium Ln Mill Valley Shelley Rebecca 12786 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Inverness Dixon & Sutton Properties Llc 570 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd Mill Valley Salkhi Souri M /Tr/ 5935 Red Hill Rd Petaluma Mc Evoy Land Llc 34 Meadow Dr Mill Valley Song Ho S /Tr/ & 328 Laurel Way Mill Valley Ling Emily J 608 Laguna Rd Mill Valley Hall Bryan & 145 Hidden Valley Ln San Anselmo Haskell Jennett M /Tr/ Etal 55 Green Valley Ct San Anselmo Ferris Philip L /Tr/ & 636 Goodhill Rd Kentfield Strambi Daniel 56 Circle Rd San Rafael Gahry Susan & 100 Diablo Dr Kentfield John Atwater 106 Diablo Dr Kentfield John Atwater 515 Los Cerros Dr Greenbrae Levy Mark P /Tr/ Etal 95 Mt Tenaya Dr San Rafael Apodaca Eddie R /Tr/ & Etal 265 Adobestone Ct San Rafael Sierra Asset Servicing Llc 574 Blackberry Ln San Rafael Newport Murrieta Land 215 Woodland Rd Kentfield Pigott Shannon R 27 Ichabod Ct San Anselmo Kostecki John /Tr/ & 98 Milland Dr Mill Valley Wong Jeffrey A 164 Janes St Mill Valley Gelbart S Samuel /Tr/

Value (22,23) Remdl, Incl Kit; Addn (23) Kitchen Remodel (32)(31) Structural Remodel An (92)(50) Reface Sign, New Cano (31) 2nd Story Addition To A P (21--1/0,22) Remodel Lower Flo (21-0/0)(23-0/0)(12)(59)(57)(5 (22, 24--1/1) Remodel Whole Ho (11) Construction Of Retaining (21-0/0)(23-0/0) Remodel And A (23-0/1) (59)(50)(52 )Remodel/ (12) Add Sf To Existing Garage (24-0/0) (59)(51)(50) Conversi (23-0/0) Remodel Liv Rm, Dinin (23) Bathroom Remodel(92) Rep (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 6.1 K W (23) Non-Struct Rmdl Incl Kit (23,50,52,58) Rmdl K & 2 Bas, (22,23,51,57,58) Addn To Secon (21,23,24,12)Addn, Rmdl, Conve (21) (13)(56) Add Exercise Roo (23) Remodl Kitchen And Bath

$90,000 $40,000 $185,000 $10,000 $300,000 $120,000 $100,000 $50,000 $15,000 $98,000 $50,000 $10,000 $45,000 $25,000 $50,000 $28,273 $110,000 $44,000 $103,000 $300,000 $60,000 $17,000

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PERMITS CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera 12/10

Steward Property Man- Wedge Roofing Inc. agement

Mariner Green Dr Roof Repairs

$11,170

Corte Madera 12/11

San Clemente Housing RE West Builders, Inc.

35 San Clemente Repairs Dr

$1,000,000

Corte Madera 12/13

Fred Grange

Weathertight USA

200 Tamal Vista Blvd

Overlay Roof System

$60,000

Corte Madera 12/13

Tricia & David Lacy

Dan Young Construction, Inc.

45 Ash Ave

Kitchen Remodel

$125,000

Corte Madera 12/13

John & Lisa Churton

Lucas Construction

9 Buccaneer Ct

Conversion & Remodel

$300,000

Corte Madera 12/14

Fred Grange

Green Solar Planet

200 Tamal Vista Blvd

Solar

$130,000

Corte Madera 12/17

Jack & Diane Forster

Bay Builders

413 Montecito Ave

Bathroom Remodel

$12,000

Corte Madera 12/19

Daniel Sapien

D’Nofrio Design & Con- 252 Golden Hind struction Psge

Remodel 2 Baths

$12,000

Corte Madera 12/19

Matt DeDominicis

Kitchen Experts of California

38 Diamond Head Psge

Kitchen Remodel

$20,036

Corte Madera 12/20

Aimco Madera Vista, LLC

Electrical Protection, Inc.

400 Robin Dr

Fire Alarm Installation

$19,000

Corte Madera 12/20

Aimco Madera Vista, LLC

Tricorp Construction

350 Robin Dr

New

$1,100,000

Corte Madera 12/20

Aimco Madera Vista, LLC

Electrical Protection, Inc.

300 Robin Dr

Fire Alarm Installation

$19,000

Larkspur

Raul Garcia

Owner Builder

23 Corte Placida

Minor Construction

$15,000

11/28

Larkspur

12/3

Ann McElfresh

Crandall Roofing Inc.

81 Corte Lenosa

Reroof

$38,998

Larkspur

12/6

Anne Sherman

SLM Builders

98 Via La Brisa

Minor Construction

$20,000

Larkspur

12/6

Gloria and Dave Moses

Yonts Construction

40 Corte Del Coronado

Minor Construction

$35,000

Larkspur

12/10

Mark & Margaret Peterson

Bayles Construction

438 Riviera Cir

Minor Construction

$15,000

Larkspur

12/10

Steward Property Man- Wedge Roofing Inc. agement

Mariner Green Dr Roof Repairs

$21,135

Larkspur

12/10

Cheryl & Dayton Coles

273 Harvard

Minor Construction

$51,800

Larkspur

12/10

Miranda Liz & Cynthia Polansky

Newell Construction

26 Hickory Ave

Conversion & Remodel

$53,000

Larkspur

12/12

Donald Stroh

Real Goods Energy Tech

66 Cross Creek Pl

Solar

$10,008

Larkspur

12/12

John Smeltzer

Solar City

100 Via La Paz

Solar

$22,000

Larkspur

12/12

Stoddard & Dorothy Vandersteel

Tom Rank Construction 65 Ardmore Rd

Minor Construction

$30,000

Larkspur

12/12

Wilson Meany Sullivan

Wells Construction

TI

$75,000

1801 Larkspur Landing

Larkspur

12/13

Mary Eschen

Little John Construction 9 Corte Del Bayo Minor Construction

$28,700

Larkspur

12/17

Jenna Capozzi

McLeran Inc.

$14,600

141 Valley

Reroof

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PERMITS City/Town

Date

Owner

Contractor

Larkspur

12/17

Bon Air Development

Larkspur

12/19

Novato

Type

Valuation

Oakstone Construction, 276 Bon Air Inc. Center

TI

$90,000

Shoreview HOA - Rick Montalvan

Serina Calhoun

901 South Eliseo Drive

Residential

$22,000

12/17

Klaus Hottes and Kelly Smith

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

7 Jennifer Ln

Minor Construction

$10,000

Novato

12/17

Kruger Investment Properties L

Gene Burch Plumbing & Heating

32 Pamaron Way Hvac Unit A

$12,977

Novato

12/17

Rudden Anna N Tr Etal Mcleran, Inc.

711 Diablo Ave

$26,858

Novato

12/18

Martin Fawzy

11 Germaine Pl

Owner-Builder

Site Address

Minor Construction

$20,000

Novato

12/19

Gibeson Brian &

E.K. Construction Co.

36 San Marin Dr

Minor Construction

$10,000

Novato

12/19

Ternlund Stephen & Barbara 201

Aaero Htg. & Sheet Metal Inc.

625 Tamalpais Ave

Hvac

$12,944

Novato

12/19

Dowell Lori

Devine Construction

2405 Vineyard Rd

$49,000

Novato

12/20

Zeiser Norman C /Tr/ & Able Roofing Co

5 Santa Gabriella Reroof Ct

$12,150

Novato

12/20

Smith Warren F Tr &

Wedge Roofing, Inc.

15 Sunnyhill Rd

Reroof

$16,650

Novato

12/20

Lewis and Judith Brescia

Owner-Builder

10 Columbine Ln

Minor Construction

$40,000

San Rafael

12/18

Kurtz Richard S Tr &

Crown Ridge Roofing

15 Bay Way

Alter-Sfd

$14,735

San Rafael

12/18

Gee Russel T &

Gee Russel T &

11 Rafael Dr

Alter-Commercial

$30,000

San Rafael

12/18

Bridgeway Vista L P

Robert Simkins

830 Butternut Dr

Alter-Sfd

$50,000

San Rafael

12/18

Zehring Bradley J &

Lamperti Contracting & Desig

126 San Marino Dr

Alter-Sfd

$74,000

San Rafael

12/19

Caliva Diane M &

Armstrong Installati

985 Las Ovejas Ave

Alter-Sfd

$17,000

San Rafael

12/19

Brinckerhoff Dirck W

43 Maywood Way

Alter-Sfd

$20,000

San Rafael

12/19

Woodlandia Partners

Hildebrand Renovation

45 Woodland Ave Alter-Apartments

$50,000

San Rafael

12/19

Smith Christopher B &

Steve Rempe

349 Bay Way

Alter-Sfd

$80,000

San Rafael

12/19

Snyder Glenn H /Tr/ &

Pennypacker Drake

22 Shannon Ln

Alter-Sfd

$250,000

San Rafael

12/20

Horton Fred C Jr & The

5 La Loma Ct

Alter-Sfd

$27,000

San Rafael

12/20

Dickenson Nancy

84 Marinita Ave

Alter-Sfd

$28,000

Mark A. Pearce

San Rafael

12/20

Dell Osso Geoffrey G

Td Couch

622 Lindaro St

Alter-Commercial

$35,000

San Rafael

12/20

Jpmorgan Chase Bank

Hilbers Inc.

300 Las Gallinas Ave

Alter-Commercial

$77,668

San Rafael

12/21

Sunnyhills Children S

Demello Roofing

1030 3Rd St

Alter-Commercial

$12,450

San Rafael

12/26

Mc Caffrey John J Tr &

Northern Pacific Roofing

181 Lucas Park Dr

Alter-Sfd

$13,985

San Rafael

12/27

Antonioli Non-Exempt

Loic Humbert

45 Mitchell Blvd #1

Alter-Commercial

$85,000

San Rafael

12/27

Lazzareschi Stephen P

75 Pelican Way

Alter-Commercial

$120,000

San Rafael

12/27

Kilroy Realty L P

Novo Construction

4040 Civic Center Dr

Alter-Commercial

$500,000

San Rafael

12/31

Lumbard David Living

Old Town Glass Inc

99 Deer Park Ave Alter-Sfd

$15,387

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS HOMESTEADS Recording Date Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

01/03/2013

SCHREIBER SONG (I)

(none)

HOMESTEAD 2013-0000733

01/04/2013

TABRIZI ROYA (I)

(none)

HOMESTEAD 2013-0000910

Recording Date Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

01/03/2013

STINSON BEACH COUNTY WATER DISTRICT (E)

NORMAN CHARLES MC VEA TRUST LIEN (O)

2013-0000717

01/04/2013

SYSTEMS PAVING INC (E)

ESPERANCE MARY (O)

LIEN

2013-0001062

01/04/2013

SYSTEMS PAVING INC (E)

ESPERANCE TOM (O)

LIEN

2013-0001062

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

LIENS Document Number

RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date Grantors/Grantees 01/04/2013

JAMES T SPARKMAN LIVING TRUST GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC (O) (E)

RELEASE OF 2013-0001003 LIEN

01/04/2013

POTTER CATHERINE T (E)

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC (O)

RELEASE OF 2013-0001098 LIEN

01/03/2013

UNKNOWN DEBTOR (E)

HEADLANDS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF 2013-0000562 LIEN

Recording Date Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

01/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PERERA GUSTAVO M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000096

01/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

PEREZSOTO NEFTALI S (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000097

01/03/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

COCO-LUXE CONFECTIONS LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000429

TAX LIENS

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HERNANDEZ PATRICIA (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000528

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KIM FRANK H (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000529

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KIM JIEUN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000529

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LARKIN CHRISTOPHER (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000530

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

NELSON SALLY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000531

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HARRISON TIMOTHY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000532

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

RODGERS PAUL S (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000533

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CURTIS KEVIN S (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000534

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HART LEAH M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000535

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

TERRELL STEVEN P (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000535

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

TERRELL STEVEN P (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000536

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WARE CAROLYN MANN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000537

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WARE ERNEST (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000537

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KILLIPS CLIFFORD S (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000538

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TAX LIENS (continued) Recording Date Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

01/03/2013

MORGAN KIMBERLY A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000539

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MORGAN TIMOTHY J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000539

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

NGUYEN CHRISTINE H (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000540

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

VEREMALUMU ASENA M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000541

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BROOKS COULSON (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000542

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DRAGONFLY CAKES LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000542

01/03/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BENSON CAROL M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0000543

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Project Bid Schedule

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

Tuesday, January 08, 2013 HARBOR BAY FERRY TERMINAL RESTROOM ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS

ALAMEDA 12-00763 Plan#: 763PAPER PROVIDE ACCESSIBILITY UPGRADES TO THE EXISTING STRUCTURE INCLUDING NEW FIXTURES, PARTITIONS. TILES AND REPAINTING Project Type: ACCESSIBILITY 2:00 PM Bid Date: 1/8/2013 IMPVMTS. Addenda: 1 12/20/2012 Ref #: P.W. 10-12-18 Contact: ALAMEDA, CITY OF, PWD 510-749-5840

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING Rodan Builders Inc

Phone

Fax

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

CONTACT RAIL COVERBOARD REINFORCEMENT

Plan#: 766-PA/OL OAKLAND 12-00766 REINFORCEMENT OF CONTACT RAIL COVERBOARDS IN THE ABOVE GROUND OR AERIAL SECTIONS OF THE R-LINE AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: REMOVAL & 2:00 PM Bid Date: 1/8/2013 REPLACEMENT Addenda: 0 Ref #: 15EM-130 Est. Cost: $750000to $850000 Prebid Conf: 12/221/12 10:00 AM Contact: BART 510-464-6383

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING Rodan Builders Inc

Phone

Fax

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

WOODSTOCK FIELD IMPROVEMENTS PHASE 2 Plan#: 777-PA/OL ALAMEDA 2:00 PM Bid Date: 1/8/2013

12-00777 Project Type: PARK IMPROVEMENTS Addenda: 1 1/4/2013 Ref #: P.W. 11-06-23 Prebid Conf: 1/2/13 2:00 PM Contact: ALAMEDA, CITY OF, PWD 510-749-5840

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

DOT 04-0A1854 RECONSTRUCT INTERCHANGE

Plan#: DOTSONOMA COUNTY 12-00725 OLONLY CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. RECONSTRUCT INTERCHANGE IN SONOMA COUNTY IN PETALUMA FROM 0.6 MILE SOUTH TO 0.4 MILE NORTH OF OLD REDWOOD HIGHWAY OVERCROSSING. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:00 PM Bid Date: 1/8/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SON-101to $21800000 7.1/8.1 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 Ghilotti Construction Co Inc 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 TEICHERT CONSTRUCTION 916-645-4800 916-645-4801

Wednesday, January 09, 2013 VAN NESS CORRIDOR PROJECT- FRANKLIN STREET

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00768 Plan#: 768-CD CLASS A OR C-10 LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK IS TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPGRADES ALONG FRANKLIN STREET AND SECOND STREET, AND INCLUDES FURNISHING AND INSTALLING TRAFFIC SIGNAL WIRE, PULL BOXES AND CONDUITS; CONSTRUCTING CRUB RAMPS; TRAFFIC ROUTING; AND ALL OTHER RE Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:30 PM Bid Date: 1/9/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1900J to $1900000 Prebid Conf: 12/19/12 AT 1:30PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO CITY & COUNTY 415-558-5226

UNION SQUARE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY ACCESSIBILITY UPGRADES PHASE III

12-00770 SAN FRANCISCO Plan#: 770-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK IS BULBOUT/CRUB RAMP CONSTRUCTION AT THE NE CORNER OF GREARY ST. AND POWELL ST INTERSECTION AND CONSISTS OF AC GRINDING/PAVING, DEMOLITION, CRUB RAMP/ BULBOUT CONSTRUCTION, BASE REPAIR, DRAINAGE WORK, AND ALL OTHER APPU Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:30 PM Bid Date: 1/9/2013 to $405000 Addenda: 1 12/20/2012 Ref #: 1972J Prebid Conf: 12/13/12 AT 1:30PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY AND COUNTY 415-437-7002

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

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Project Bid Schedule E.S.E.R. BOND NO. 1 FIRE STATIONS NO. 15, 32, AND 40 EXTERIOR ENVELOPE

Plan#: 778-CD SAN FRANCISCO 12-00778 EXTERIOR PREPARATION AND PAINTING, APPLYING CLEAR SEALER TO EXTERIOR MURAL, REPAIRING AND REPLACING DETERIORATED METAL LOUVERS, WOOD AWNINGS AND SILLS AND ALL OTHER ASSOCIATED WORK. CLASS C-33 LICENSE REQUIRED TO BID. 2:30 PM Project Type: REPAIR/REPAINT & Bid Date: 1/9/2013 MISCELLANEOUS Est. Cost: $175000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 7436A-4 Prebid Conf: 12/21/12 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY & COUNTY, DPW 415-557-4798

ESER 1 FIRE STATION NO. 6 EMERGENCY GENERATOR REPLACEMENT

Plan#: 779-CD 12-00779 SAN FRANCISCO REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF EXISTING DIESEL GENERATOR AND CIRCUIT BREAKER INTERLOCK SCHEME, AND FURNISHING AND INSTALLING NEW DIESEL GENERATOR WITH FUEL TANK, SOUND ATTENUATING ENCLOSURE, AND AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH, AND ALL OTHER ASSOCIATED WORK 2:30 PM Project Type: REPLACEMENT Bid Date: 1/9/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 7437A-1 Est. Cost: $150000 Prebid Conf: 12/20/12 11:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY & COUNTY, DPW 415-557-4798

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

Plan#: 761 PA/OL TIBURON 12-00761 THE WORK INCLUDES FURNISHING ALL LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PUMP STATION IMPROVEMENTS, INCLUDING PUMPS, PIPING, CONCRETE WORK AND ELECTRICAL WORK TOGETHER WITH ALL APPURTENANCES, CONNECTIONS AND TESTING FOR THE COMPLETED AN Project Type: PUMP STATION Bid Date: 1/10/2013 10:00 AM Addenda: 1 1/4/2013 Prebid Conf: MAND 12/18/12 10:00 AM Contact: NUTE ENGINEERING 415-453-4480

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING FORT BRAGG ELECTRIC Ghilotti Construction Co Inc WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Phone 415-721-7160 707-964-9118 707-585-1221 415-456-8972

Fax 415-296-6437 707-964-1404 707-585-1601 415-459-0665

SIDEWALK & CURB RAMP IMPROVEMENTS LINCOLN AVENUE-SONOMA STREET TO YORK STREET I STREET AT YORK STREET

Plan#: 780-PA/OL NAPA 12-00780 INSTALLATION OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB AND GUTTER, DRIVEWAY AND CURB RAMPS Project Type: PUBLIC IMPVS Bid Date: 1/10/2013 3:00 PM Addenda: 1 1/2/2013 Ref #: SW12PW04 Est. Cost: $127000 Prebid Conf: 1/4/13 AT 1:30PM Contact: NAPA, CITY OF, PWD 707-257-9305

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc Lister Construction, Inc. Wildcat Engineering

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376 707-451-2813 707-450-0291 707-763-3001 707-763-3167

Tuesday, January 15, 2013 2012-2013 SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AND SPOT REPAIRS

MONTARA AND MOSS 13-00002 NEW Plan#: 02PAPER BEACH CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 1/15/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 to $450000 Contact: NUTE ENGINEERING 415-453-4480 Contact: MONTARA WATER AND SANITARY DISTRICT 650-7283545

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

Plan#: DOTSANTA CLARA COUNTY 12-00751 OLONLY PLACE & WIDEN HMA RDWY, CONST SOIL NAIL WALLS, RWS & LEFT TURN LANE. IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY NEAR GILROY FROM OLD LAKE ROAD TO 0.3 MILE EAST OF OLD LAKE ROAD AND FROM 0.4 MILE WEST TO 0.6 MILE EAST OF LOVERS LANE. Project Type: CALTRANS Bid Date: 1/15/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-SCI-152to $7700000 16.2/R16.5 R18.5/R19.5 Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Phone

Fax

707-585-1221 707-585-1601

AS-NEEDED SEWER CLEANING

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00771 Plan#: 771-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT IS TO PROVIDE AS-NEEDED SEWER CLEANING AT LOCATIONS TO BE DETERMINED WITH THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. THE WORK IS TO BE PERFORMED IN SF, CA. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/10/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: WW-558 to $2100000 Prebid Conf: 12/24/12 AT 10:00AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES 415-554-3106

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Project Bid Schedule Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Thursday, January 17, 2013

DANVILLE NO. 1 PUMPING PLANT IMPROVEMENTS

TILDEN CORPORATION YARD MAINTENANCE FACILITY

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

Plan#: 774-PA/OL ALAMO 12-00774 PROJECT CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE PERFORMED DURING TWO 5MONTH-LONG CONSTRUCTION PERIODS OVER TWO CONSECUTIVE WINTER FACILITY OUTAGES. CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED. Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 1/16/2013 1:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2054 Est. Cost: $2750000to $3250000 Prebid Conf: 12/19/12 10:00 AM Contact: EBMUD, PURCHASING DIVISION 510-287-1040

Name Aztec Constructors C. Overaa and Co.

Phone

Fax

925-837-1050 925-837-1652 510-234-0926 510-237-2435

PIPS DUTY PUMP REPLACEMENT

Plan#: 776-PA/OL PETALUMA 12-00776 Project Type: PUMP STATION Bid Date: 1/16/2013 3:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: C66401201 Prebid Conf: MAND 1/3/13 2:00 PM Contact: PETALUMA, CITY OF, PW & U 707-778-4546

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name FORT BRAGG ELECTRIC

Phone

Fax

707-964-9118 707-964-1404

BAYSHORE BLVD REHABILITATION

Plan#: 782-PA/OL SAN MATEO 12-00782 CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 1/16/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 467774-46000Est. Cost: $120000 7708 Contact: SAN MATEO, CITY OF 650-522-7305

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Wickman Development & Construction

Phone

Fax

415-215-3473 415-341-0155

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

Name

Phone

Aztec Constructors 925-837-1050 BROWARD BUILDERS INC. 530-666-5635 Diede Construction 209-369-8255 G. D. Long Electric Company 707-252-3512 Menghetti Construction 209-524-2465 Mission City Rebar, Inc 925-449-6999 Pacific-Mountain Contractors of 925-603-2652 California, Inc. 707-576-1224 RE West Builders ROBERT L. BROWN CONST., 925-228-4944 INC. 650-508-1700 Rodan Builders Inc S W ALLEN CONSTRUCTION916-344-2098 WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC 415-456-8972 YOUNGER GENERAL 916-631-8000 CONTRACTORS, INC.

Fax 925-837-1652 530-666-5723 209-368-0600 707-252-8340 209-524-2495 925-447-8797 925-687-8430 707-541-0117 925-228-2533 650-508-1705 916-344-0307 415-459-0665 916-631-8293

PORTER CREEK ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

12-00758 Plan#: 758-PA/OL SONOMA COUNTY REPLACE EXISTING BRIDGE WITH A 62-FOOT-WIDE BY 160-FOOTLONG SINGLE SPAN CONCRETE BOX GIRDER BRIDGE ALONG WITH THE WIDENING OF THE APPROACH ROADWAYS AND CONSTRUCTION OF A LEFT TURN LANE AT FRANZ VALLEY ROAD. CLASS "A" LICENSE WITH HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE REM Project Type: BRIDGE Bid Date: 1/17/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 12/14/2012 Ref #: COOO28 Contact: SONOMA COUNTY TRANS & PW 707-565-2231

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

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

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

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00759 Plan#: 759-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THIS PROJECT IS TO INSTALL 8INCH MAIN AND RENEW SERVICES IN JACKSON, WASHINGTON, SACRAMENTO, AND DAVIS STREETS, AND RENOVATE PAVEMENT AND REPLACE SEWER ON SACRAMENTO STREET. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/17/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: WD-2503 to $1900000 Prebid Conf: 12/17/12 AT 10:30AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO CITY & COUNTY 415-558-5226

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

Project Bid Schedule Tuesday, January 22, 2013 STREET REHABILITATION-SLURRY SEAL PROJECT

Plan#: 03SAN BRUN0 13-00003 NEW PAPER SEALING CRACKS; REPAIRING SPALLS AND POTHOLES; REPAIRING PAVEMENT BASE; PLACING POLYMER MODIFIED SLURRY SEAL OVER EXISTING PAVEMENT STREETS; OFF-HAULING AND DISPOSING EXCAVATED AND WASTE MATERIAL; PROVIDING TEMPORARY TRAFFIC AND PEDESTRIAN CONTROL AND OTH Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 1/22/2013 10:00 AM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 82666 Prebid Conf: 1/9/13 10:00 AM

BLOCK 13 MIDBLOCK WALKWAY IMPROVEMENTS

Plan#: 04SAN FRANCISCO 13-00004 NEW PAPER PACKAGE A: DEMOLITION, GRADING AND WET UTILITIES PACKAGE B: ELECTRICAL/LIGHTS, LANDSCAPING AND HARDSCAPE Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS Bid Date: 1/22/2013 3:00 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: 1/3/13 10:00 AM Contact: MISSION BAY DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC 415-355-6600

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

MOESER LANE AND ASHBURY AVENUE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS

EL CERRITO 12-00784 Plan#: 784PAPER SIGNING, STRIPING, ROADWAY PAVING, CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALK AND PEDESTRIAN RAMP CONSTRUCTION Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 1/22/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 12/21/2012 Ref #: C-3061 Est. Cost: $850000 Prebid Conf: MAND 1/15/13 2:00 PM Contact: EL CERRITO, CITY OF DPW 510-215-4382

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

Ghilotti Brothers Inc 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO Ghilotti Construction Co Inc 707-585-1221 707-585-1601

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 VARIOUS LOCATIONS PEDESTRIAN COUNTDOWN SIGNALS CONTRACT NO.1

SAN FRANCISCO 12-00783 Plan#: 783-CD CLASS A OR C-10 LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK IS NEW PEDESTRIAN COUNTDOWN SIGNALS, TRAFFIC SIGNAL TRAFFIC MODIFICATIONS, CURB RAMPS, TRAFFIC ROUTING AND ALL RELATED WORK AT VARIOUS INTERSECTION LOCATIONS. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/23/2013 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1901J to $1000000 Prebid Conf: 1/1/13 AT 1:30PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO CITY & COUNTY 415-558-5226

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

PAVEMENT RENOVATION,WATER MAIN INSTALLATION, AND SEWER REPLACEMENT- 17TH AND 18TH STREETS

Plan#: 785-CD SAN FRANCISCO 12-00785 CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK IS PAVEMENT RENOVATION, WATER MAIN INSTALLATION, AND SEWER REPLACEMENT ON 17TH STREET FROM ORD STREET TO MARKET STREET AND ON 18TH STREET FROM HATTIE STREET TO SANCHEZ STREET, INCLUDING DEMOLITION, TRAFFIC ROUTING, CURB Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS Bid Date: 1/23/2013 2:30 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1966J to $2500000 Prebid Conf: 1/8/13 AT 1:30PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO DPW 415-554-8280

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376

DOT- 04-2E7204 METHACRYLATE BRIDGE DECKS, REPLACE JOINT SEALS AND APPROACH SLABS

CONTRA COSTA AND 12-00772 Plan#: DOTSOLANO COUNTIES OLONLY METHACRYLATE BRIDGE DECKS, REPLACE JOINT SEALS AND APPROACH SLABS. IN CONTRA COSTA AND SOLANO COUNTIES AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS. THE CONTRACT MUST HAVE EITHER A CLASS A LICENSE OR ANY COMBINATION OF THE FOLLOWING CLASS C LICENSES WHICH CONSTITUTES A MAJORIT Project Type: CALTRANS Bid Date: 1/23/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 04-CC, SOLto $410000 4,12,505,680,780-VAR Contact: CALTRANS 510-286-5209

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

Project Bid Schedule Thursday, January 24, 2013 MORAGA-ORINDA FIRE STATION 43

ORINDA 13-00005 NEW Plan#: 05PAPER SITEWORK AND UTILITIES FOR THE INSTALLATION OF A TEMPORARY MODULAR FACILITY AND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FIRE STATION BUILDING AND RELATED SITE IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING DEMOLITION Project Type: NEW CONSTRUCTION Bid Date: 1/24/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: 1/1013 2:00 PM Contact: KSD GROUP INC. 925-827-0841 Contact: MORAGA-ORINDA FIRE DISTRICT 925-286-4644

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING Gehvac Co.

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 209-204-0100 209-566-9995

JAIL SECURITY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADES PHASE I

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

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

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

Monday, January 28, 2013 RENOVATION OF BUILDING 3400-CHABOT COLLEGE

HAYWARD 12-00781 Plan#: 781PAPER SITE WORK, DEMOLITION, HAZMAT, LANDSCAPING AND INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATION OF EXISTING BUILDING Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 1/28/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 13-02 Prebid Conf: MAND 1/8/13 10:00 AM Contact: CHABOT-LAS POSITAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 925-485-5287

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

BOBO CONSTRUCTION, INC.916-685-2285 415-824-8871 CAL PACIFIC CONSTRUCTION Diede Construction 209-369-8255 LATHROP CONSTRUCTION 707-746-8000 ASSOCIATES Lloyd F. McKinney Assoc., Inc.510-783-8043 Mission City Rebar, Inc 925-449-6999 ROBERT L. BROWN CONST., 925-228-4944 INC. 650-508-1700 Rodan Builders Inc WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC 415-456-8972

Fax 916-714-4850 451-824-8867 209-368-0600 707-746-8080

510-783-2130 925-447-8797 925-228-2533 650-508-1705 415-459-0665

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

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

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Aztec Constructors 925-837-1050 BOBO CONSTRUCTION, INC.916-685-2285 Gehvac Co. 209-204-0100 RE West Builders 707-576-1224 VANDEN BROS ELECTRIC 916-773-1500

Fax 925-837-1652 916-714-4850 209-566-9995 707-541-0117 916-773-1973

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

Project Bid Schedule Friday, February 01, 2013 CROWS LANDING AIR FACILITY

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

Thursday, February 07, 2013 MATH-SCIENCE MODERNIZATION, BUILDING 1800CHABOT COLLEGE

Plan#: 765HAYWARD 12-00765 PAPER INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS Project Type: SCHOOL 2:00 PM Bid Date: 2/7/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 11-02.2 Prebid Conf: MAND 1/9/13 10:00 AM Contact: CHABOT-LAS POSITAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 925-485-5287

MBA MEMBER

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Alten Construction Inc LATHROP CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATES Rodan Builders Inc WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC

Phone

Fax

510-234-4200 510-234-4474 707-746-8000 707-746-8080 650-508-1700 650-508-1705 415-456-8972 415-459-0665

CALLING ALL HISTORICAL COMPANY PHOTOS! We would like to make up a display of “days gone by” and would appreciate copies of photos that show your company and exemplify the rich history of building in Marin. Please send digital copies to our membership manager, Barbara Jones at barbara@marinba.org. If you have originals you would like to share you can mail them or let us know where to pick them up! Call 415.462.1220

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Classified ADS

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

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

CAL-WEST RENTALS Mechanic / Technician

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

Cal-West Rentals is in search of a technician to work within our service department at our yard in Petaluma. They will be responsible for repairing and maintaining all types of equipment including small engines, heavy construction equipment, and delivery trucks. The work is mostly in the shop, but also includes field service calls and deliveries of equipment. It is a full-time position, M-F, with full benefits. This person will be reporting to our service manager. Must possess knowledge and experience in the mechanical and construction field.

to sell in one lot but will consider offers.

CONTACT Bill @ 415.602.8464

Please apply to tyler@calwestrentals.com or call 707.763.5665.

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

Classified ADS

paula@marinba.org

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

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

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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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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 31

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