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April 30 , 2013 Vol. 57, Issue #15

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Marin Builders Association Bocce Tournament & Picnic Benefitting the MBA Scholarship Fund

FRIDAY, May 17, 2013

9:00AM – 3:30PM

9:00AM – Check in & Continental Breakfast 10:00AM – Play begins Marin Bocce Federation Courts 550 “B” Street San Rafael

Event Sponsorship with prominent banner signage $200 Team Sponsorship $240 (a team consists of 4-6 players) Team Photo Team name on scoreboard Team picnic table reserved $50.00 per person as an individual player to be placed on a team $25.00 donation per person lunch only Player 1_____________________________ Player 3 _____________________________ Player 5 _____________________________

Player 2_____________________________ Player 4 ____________________________ Player 6 ________________________

Team Name: ___________________________________ Please register no later than May 9, 2013 ADVANCE PAYMENT REQUIRED For reservations please complete and return this form with check made payable to Marin Builders Association Scholarship Fund. Pay with Visa or Mastercard or Pay online at our website www.marinba.org. For questions please call Barbara at 415-462-1220. NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 1!


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Calendar Events Seminars and Trainings Benefits and Services May 17, Friday

Bocce Ball Tournament

May 23, Thursday May 23, Thursday

CPR/First Aid Forklift Training

June 1 and 2 Saturday and Sunday

June 12, Wednesday

9:30AM – 3:30PM

8:30AM 12:30PM

Marin Home & Garden Expo Marin County Fairgrounds

Scholarship Awards Reception Jason’s Restaurant

5:00PM – 7:00PM

Our Insurance Benefits Representative is at the MBA Office Tuesdays 10AM – 12 Noon Thursdays 1:30PM – 3:30PM Appointments are advisable but drop-ins are accepted Please call Mike Carlson at Craford Benefit Consultants 415-871-4820

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□ CPR – FIRST AID CLASS Thursday ~ May 23, 2013 8:30 a.m. ~ 12:30 p.m. $90.00 Members ~ $150.00 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.

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□ FORKLIFT CERTIFICATE TRAINING Thursday ~ May 23, 2013 12:30 P.M. – 4:30 P.M. 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael

$110 Members ~ $165 Non-members All attendees will receive a three year certificate as a forklift driver A forklift donated by CAL-WEST RENTALS will be on site for training For reservations call MBA at 415-462-1220 or complete and return this form by fax to 415-462-1225 or go to our website www.marinba.org and pay online PLEASE CHECK THE BOX NEXT TO YOUR COURSE PREFERENCE Company: ________________________________________________________ Phone: ________________________ Person(s) attending: ______________________________________________________________________________ MC/Visa Account #______________________________________________Expiration Date ______________ Credit Card Billing Address ____________________________________3 Digit Security Code_______ City, State, Zip _____________________________________________________________________________________ Approved signature _____________________________________________________ Date __________________ (Cancellations made after May 20th and no-shows will be billed.)

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REQUEST FOR BIDS JUV, Inc., is seeking Qualified dvbe subcontractors & SUPPLIERS For: YICK WO Elementary school modernization For the San Francisco Unified School District Project No: 11513 Project located at: 2245 Jones Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 Bid Due Date: May 14, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Trades: Hazmat Demolition, Concrete, Earthwork, Paving, Drilled Pierces, Metals, Casework, Roofing, Doors, Windows, Resilient Flooring, Tile, Epoxy Flooring, Acoustical, Painting, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing. Contact: David Gruzman, JUV, Inc. email: david@juvinc.com phone: (510) 836-1300 fax: (510) 836-1301 1616 Franklin Street Suite #203 Oakland, CA 94612 An Equal Opportunity Employer

time warp tuesday a weekly visual journey into MBA member archives Michael Rex Associates Offices - 1750 Bridgeway, Suite B211 Sausalito - 60’s, 80’s and Today!

1960’s

1980’s

Today

Tiki Junction in Sausalito (Bridgeway at Napa St.)

Le Cordon Rouge Cooking School

Offices of Michael Rex Associates Come visit!

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Sealed proposals for MBA Project #176

2013 ROAD RESURFACING PROJECT SOUTHERN REGION IN MARIN COUNTY

in this issue

will be received by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 329 Marin County Civic Center, San Rafael, CA 94903, until

Don’t Miss out! MBA BOCCE 2013 .............................1 Sign-up! Classes & Seminars: First Aid , Forklift Training ...............3

Thursday, May 2, 2013 @ 1:30 PM

Request for Bids

Project Description: This project will include resurfacing, minor concrete, guardrail, road pulverization, and minor drainage improvements. Construction will take place in the daytime hours with traffic control.

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Time Warp Tuesday

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Project of the Week

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Capitol Connection (FKA Kalb’s) ....8 Phil Vermeulen ..................................9 Safety: Avoid Heat Illness .................12

The Engineer’s estimate for this project is $2,400,000.

HLC Quarterly Newsletter ................14

Work shall be done in accordance with official plans and specifications, which are available at the Department of Public Works, County of Marin, Room 404, Civic Center, San Rafael, California, and may be purchased for $50 per set (non-refundable). For questions regarding the project, and/or plans & specifications, call 415.473.7877.

Permits

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Liens & Completions Project Bid List

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Classifieds ..........................................30 Share Your History

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Plans and specifications for MBA Project #176 may also be viewed in the MBA Plan Room or online by subscribers to the On Line Plan Service.

contact MBA 660 Las Gallinas Avenue San Rafael, CA 94903 ◆ Office: 415-462-1220 Fax: 415-462-1225

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Better Than Ever With over 250 years of collective experience, the newly expanded staff at Hudson Street Design of Marin provides our customers with a wide variety of the highest quality building products along with attentive customer service. Our knowledgeable and professional staff is unmatched in the industry as we continue to serve you as the North Bay's premier design showroom.

Visit us for the best in quality products & customer service

Custom Cabinetry * Design Services Windows & Doors * Plumbing Fixtures * Window Coverings * Pre-Hung Doors * Hardware & More

3773 Redwood Highway, San Rafael 415.924.8300 Showrooms also in Healdsburg & Napa!

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2013 MBA Directors & Officers President Jeff Mertel - Mertel Carpets, Inc.

Marin Home & GardenExpo

Vice President jim Schalich - Schalich Bros. Construction

JUNE 1&2

Chief Financial Officer Tyler Doherty - Cal-West Rentals, Inc.

Book Your Space Today! www.marinhomegarden.com or Call (415) 507-1537

SECRETARY Tom Barr - Ghilotti Bros., Inc. Past President Aimi Dutr a - The Dutr a Group Executive Director KLIF KNOLES

Dave Trahan - Patriot Mechanical Herb Moran - MOC Insurance Services John Busick - Bob Kunst Painting Oliver Dibble - Dibble & Company Mark Silvia - Marin Mechanical, Inc. Clayton Fraser - West Bay Builders Rob Scerri - Golden State Lumber Keith Dotto - Dotto Glass, Inc. Dick Ghilotti - Ghilotti Construction Company Dave Garbarino - Marin Sanitary Service, Inc Diane Henderson - DMH Land Use Planning Jeff Grady - Grady Consulting, Inc. STAFF Paula Krause - Office Manager Barbara Jones - Membership Manager Diane Van Renselaar - Plan Room Technician Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception Consultants Casey Mazzoni - Legislative Analyst The weekly bulletin is owned by MBA archive available at www.marinba.org 660 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94903 Publisher: Klif Knoles Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 7


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

“Measure twice and cut once” is a good rule carpenters use to get a cut right. Getting the right information in the highly complex license regulations that ‘rule’ a contractor’s world is also essential. We ‘take-off’ with a mix of ‘half and half’ questions that help illustrate why contractors should consider expert assistance in following the rules different states require… Q: My Company installs passenger-boarding bridges at airports. They are prefabricated steel bridges that go between the airport terminal building and the airplanes. I’ve gone through the list and definitions of the CSLB classifications and I’m thinking that we would need either the “D-21” (Machinery and Pumps) or a “C-51” (Structural Steel) license to perform this work in California. Can you give me an opinion on what you believe is the appropriate classification? A: You are halfway to the right answer! It appears that some contractors still are licensed for this work with a “D-21” class. However, in consulting with the CSLB, that is no longer the practice. These two classifications are what they say would be appropriate for this type of work, either the “C-51” Structural Steel classification, as you suggested, or the “D-34” (Prefabricated Equipment). Q: I previously had licenses in California and Nevada and I let them both lapse. The California license has been expired since June 2012 and the Nevada license expired in August 2012. Can I renew the licenses or will I be required to re-apply and re-take the exams?

Q: We are licensed General contractors with a “B”. We are considering self-performing the Plumbing and HVAC trades for projects on which we are the General contractor. Does the CSLB require us to additionally have a “C-20” and a “C-36” license, or may we perform this work under our “B” license? A: As a “B” contractor, you are able to self-perform the HVAC and plumbing work without obtaining the additional specialty classifications. B&P Code Section 7057 addresses this topic and states that a “B” contractor must perform “at least two unrelated building trades or crafts other than framing or carpentry”. Plumbing and HVAC are considered two unrelated trades so you are good to go!

Contractor’s Note: In a recent newsletter the CSLB reminds contractors to pull building permits to avoid license penalties. As things heat up, pulling permits is especially important for “C-20” (HVAC) contractors whose work must also meet Home Energy Rating System (HERS) tests to comply with state Building Energy Efficiency standards. The CSLB is now working with the California Energy Commission to ensure compliance through enhanced enforcement efforts to ensure that contractors are following state contracting laws, and HVAC contractors may be targeted in these stings.

While knowledge is power, knowing where to go for the answers is half the battle.

A: I’ll start with the good news: you can renew your CA license and you will not be required to re-take the exams. Once a CA license expires, you have up to five years to renew the license without re-testing. Nevada also allows five years to go by before you are required to re-take the exams, however the bad news is that once a Nevada license has been expired for a period of six months, you can no longer renew the license and you are required to re-apply for a new license number. This will involve paying the license application fee, providing new financial information, and all individuals listed on the application will be required to get fingerprinted.

Get expert assistance immediately when you call 866-443-0657, email info@cutredtape.com, or write us at Capitol Services, Inc., 1225 8th St. Ste. 580, Sacramento, CA 95814. Research past columns at www.cutredtape.com.

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Sponsored Prompt Pay Bill Passes First Hurdle by Phil Vermeulen, Governmental Relations Also In This Update • Update on Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) • IRS Issues Guidance on Tax Treatment of Cell Phones; Provides Small Business Recordkeeping Relief SB 399 (Wright) Requires Payments to Contractors Within 30 Days If Called Out on An Emergency So, you receive an emergency call from the State of California to fix a plugged sewer line in their 10 story building in LA that is so bad they have to send the workers home. Certainly fixing this problem would mean that you would be paid promptly, right? Guess again! We’re talking about bureaucrats here who could “give a rip!” Amazingly, although this job was performed in early October, our contractor didn’t get paid until mid-February!! AND, during that extended length of delay it even included the direct involvement of the top “Wonks” at the Department of General Services (DGS)!! However, without their “efforts” it would have meant that the contractor would still be waiting to get paid today! Incredibly, even though it was DGS calling the contractor out on an emergency basis, the contractor was required MONTHS AFTER THE JOB WAS COMPLETED to provide a payment and performance bond, GL Insurance, proof of workers’ comp and much more; plus, DGS’ legal department had to spend almost a month reviewing the contract! If ever there was a need for legislation, this is the “poster child” of need! Thankfully, it didn’t take a lot of effort to convince the Chairman of the Senate Governmental Organization, Senator Rod Wright, to serve as author of this measure which is now SB 399 which we are proudly sponsoring. The bill says that for all future emergency contracts, the agency requesting the contractor to come out immediately must approve the invoice within 15 days which, in-turn, gives the Controller’s office another 15 days to process the check. In other words, future emergency contracts starting on January 1, 2014 (assuming the bill passes through the legislative process and is signed by the governor), will have to meet this new 30 day window.

I am pleased to report this measure went before the Senate Governmental Organization Committee on Wednesday of this week and passed out on a unanimous vote! It’s now on to the Senate Appropriations Committee. Stay tuned for future updates.

Update on Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) Owners or Operators of portable engines and certain other types of equipment can register their units under the Air Resources Board’s (ARB) Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) in order to operate their equipment throughout California without having to obtain individual permits from local air districts. The following sections will assist you with the PERP registration process and present facts on the Portable Diesel Engine Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM). ________________________________________ PORTABLE DIESEL ENGINE AIRBORNE TOXIC CONTROL MEASURE As of January 1, 2013, the Portable Engine Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) fleet standards went into effect. The ATCM requires owners of portable engines to submit a statement of compliance signed by a Responsible Official to the Air Resources Board by March 1, 2013. In addition to the statement of compliance, a summary that identifies each portable engine in the fleet and the associated emission rate (g/bhp-hr) must be included. For more information and to locate the statement of complianceand fleet summary forms ,go to Fleet Emission Calculators. Applications from first time applicants will not be accepted unless the statement of compliance and the fleet summary are included. Considering Making Changes to Your Fleet? The ATCM also requires owners to ensure that the average PM emission level for their fleet does not fall out of compliance due to changes in the composition of the fleet. Buying, selling, or modifying engines could result in a fleet becoming noncompliant. PERP registrants considering adding, removing and/or modifying engines in their fleet are strongly encouraged to re-calculate their fleet average to ensure that the fleet is still compliant with the applicable

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standard before submitting requests to ARB. It is recommended that you include the statement of compliance and the updated fleet summary with your requests and maintain copies for your records. It is also recommended that you save an electronic copy of the fleet calculator(s) with your updated engines for future reference. We encourage you to contact us at portable@arb.ca.gov if you have any questions regarding these issues.

Current Fleet Standards Requirements Flyer in English or En Espanol ________________________________________ CRITICAL REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS June 30, 2013 This will be the last day ARB will accept initial registration applications for Interim Tier 4 engines rated from 50 bhp up to 74 bhp. On July 1, 2013 For initial registration into PERP, all engines must meet the following: • 50 to 74 bhp - certified Final Tier 4 • 75 bhp and above - certified Interim Tier 4 • Or, for all power categories - Flex engines certified under the flexability provisions of Federal 40 CFR 1039.625, or CFR 89.102, or California Code of Regulations section 2423 (d). The chart below shows the phase-in of new certification Tiers up to 2015. After the Tier changes, ARB allows a six month grace period before the required new engine Tier begins.

View the Off-Road Compression-Ignition (Diesel) Engine Tiers Chart (PDF) For more information, please contact the PERP email. ________________________________________ REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGINES ON TWO-ENGINE VEHICLES • Frequently Asked Questions • • For further information on two-engine vehicles, see the In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation homepage. ________________________________________ PERP Application Submittal Options: • Options to help you receive PERP registrations in the shortest time. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • The requirements for portable equipment can be complicated, so

we have compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions with answers that may help you with this subject. Portable FAQ document Application Forms • Application Forms Please be sure you are using the most recent form(s) posted on this website. • How to complete applications • PERP no longer accepts applications and renewal invoice payments via fax due to security issues with credit card numbers transmitted by this method. Please mail them directly to the address listed on the application form and renewal invoice. • Recordkeeping and Reporting Forms • Forms to help you meet recordkeeping and reporting requirements Air District Notification For notifying air districts for operation of registered equipment units (not engines). Notification is required if an equipment unit (not an engine) will be at a location for more than five days. Here is an easy-to-use online form for assistance in meeting this requirement. • Online notification Training • Information and schedule for training courses on the Portable Engine ATCM and other ARB training courses. List Server and Contact Information • Join a list serve to be sent information related to PERP regulation activities PERP Contact Information • PERP Information Line: (916) 324-5869 • email • Write to: ARB / PERP P.O. Box 2038 Sacramento, CA 95812 IRS Issues Guidance on Tax Treatment of Cell Phones; Provides Small Business Recordkeeping Relief WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today issued guidance designed to clarify the tax treatment of employer-provided cell phones. The guidance relates to a provision in the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, enacted last fall, that removed cell phones from the definition of listed property, a category under tax law that normally requires additional recordkeeping by taxpayers. The Notice issued today provides guidance on the treatment of employer- provided cell phones as an excludible fringe benefit. The Notice provides that when an employer provides an employee with

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a cell phone primarily for noncompensatory business reasons, the business and personal use of the cell phone is generally nontaxable to the employee. The IRS will not require recordkeeping of business use in order to receive this tax-free treatment. Simultaneously with the Notice, the IRS announced in a memo to its examiners a similar administrative approach that applies with respect to arrangements common to small businesses that provide cash allowances and reimbursements for work-related use of personally-owned cell phones. Under this approach, employers that require employees, primarily for noncompensatory business reasons, to use their personal cell phones for business purposes may treat reimbursements of the employees’ expenses for reasonable cell phone coverage as nontaxable. This treatment does not apply to reimbursements of unusual or excessive expenses or to reimbursements made as a substitute for a portion of the employee’s regular wages. Under the guidance issued today, where employers provide cell phones to their employees or where employers reimburse employees for business use of their personal cell phones, tax-free treatment is available without burdensome recordkeeping requirements. The guidance does not apply to the provision of cell phones or reimbursement for cell-phone use that is not primarily business related, as such arrangements are generally taxable. Details are in the memo and in Notice 2011-72, at the IRS’ website or cut and paste: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-11-72.pdf

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Thanks to Dan Peterson for sending this information to me!!!

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Safety Matters California Builders Insurance Program: Your workplace safety partner

Avoid Heat Illness When it is hot outside, your body temperature can rise to dangerous levels. Normally, your body cools itself through sweating. However, in hot and humid weather, sweating is not enough and the result can be a heat illness. Staying Cool Follow the suggestions below to stay cool when working in hot weather: •

Wear loose, light-colored clothing and some type of hat.

Adapt to working in hot conditions gradually, especially if performing strenuous tasks.

Take breaks in the shade when possible, and remove any outer protective gear you may be wearing.

Avoid overexerting yourself during peak temperature periods (midday).

Drink liquids frequently, even if you don’t feel thirsty - at least eight ounces every 20 to 30 minutes. Choose water, fruit juice or sports drinks and stay away from liquids containing caffeine, which can dehydrate you.

Recognizing the Symptoms There are three forms of heat illness, each with its own distinct symptoms: • Heat Cramps – severe muscle spasms in the back, stomach, arms and legs, which are attributed to the loss of body salt and water during periods of heavy perspiration • Heat Exhaustion – heavy sweating, cool or pale skin, nausea, headache, weakness, vomiting and fast pulse •

Heat Stroke – high body temperature, sweating stops, red and often dry skin, rapid breathing and pulse, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, confusion or unconsciousness

Providing Treatment It is essential to treat heat illness as soon as possible. If you are feeling any of the above symptoms, inform a co-worker and ask for help. If you suspect that a fellow worker has any of these conditions, follow the first-aid suggestions below: • Heat Cramps – Move the victim to a cooler area and allow them to drink approximately six ounces of water every 15 minutes. Follow up with a medical examination. •

Heat Exhaustion – Move the victim to a cooler area and keep them lying down with their legs slightly elevated. Cool their body by fanning and applying cool, wet towels. If conscious, allow the victim to drink approximately six ounces of water every 15 minutes. Follow up with a medical examination.

Heat Stroke – You or a bystander should immediately call an ambulance. Meanwhile, move the victim to a cooler area, remove their outer clothing, immerse them in cool water or apply cool, wet towels or cloths to the body. Do NOT give them liquids. If medical help is delayed, call the hospital for further instructions while waiting. Heat stroke is life-threatening, so it’s important to move quickly!

Heat illness can be a serious threat. Your best defense is to learn how to stay cool when the weather heats up.

Safety Reminder The risk of heat illness increases with age, poor diet, being overweight, insufficient liquid intake, poor physical condition and/or when taking medication. Never take salt tablets without your doctor’s approval. Be aware of weather conditions when you will be working outside so that you can be prepared with appropriate clothing and beverages. If you are working outside and start to feel any adverse symptoms, inform your supervisor and take a break.

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

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 compañero de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo

Evite la enfermedad por calor Cuando hace calor afuera, la temperatura de su cuerpo puede aumentar a niveles peligrosos. Generalmente, su cuerpo se refresca solo mediante la transpiración. Sin embargo, en un clima caluroso y húmedo, la transpiración no es suficiente y el resultado puede ser una enfermedad por calor. Mantenerse fresco Siga las sugerencias a continuación para mantenerse fresco cuando trabaje en un clima caluroso: • Use ropa floja, de colores claros y algún tipo de sombrero. • Adáptese a trabajar en condiciones calurosas gradualmente, en especial si realiza tareas agotadoras. • Tome descansos en la sombra siempre que sea posible y quítese todo equipo de protección externo que pueda estar usando. • Evite fatigarse en exceso durante los períodos de temperatura pico (mediodía). • Tome líquidos con frecuencia, incluso si no tiene sed, al menos 8 onzas cada 20 ó 30 minutos. Elija agua, jugos de fruta y bebidas deportivas y manténgase alejado de los líquidos que contengan cafeína, lo cuales lo pueden deshidratar. Reconocimiento de los síntomas Existen tres formas de enfermedad por calor, cada una con sus propios síntomas distinguibles: • Calambres por calor: calambres musculares severos en la espalda, el estómago, los brazos y las piernas, que se atribuyen a la pérdida de sal y agua corporal durante períodos de transpiración intensa • Agotamiento por calor: transpiración intensa, piel fría o pálida, náuseas, dolor de cabeza, debilidad, vómitos y pulso rápido • Golpe de calor: temperatura corporal alta, transpiración, piel seca y roja, respiración y pulso rápidos, dolor de cabeza, náuseas, vómitos, diarrea, convulsiones, confusión o pérdida del conocimiento

Suministro de tratamiento Es esencial tratar la enfermedad por calor lo antes posible. Si siente algunos de los síntomas anteriores, infórmele a un compañero de trabajo y pídale ayuda. Si sospecha que un compañero de trabajo tiene alguna de estas condiciones siga las recomendaciones de primeros auxilios que presentamos a continuación: • Espasmos por calor: mueva a la víctima a un área más fresca y dele de beber aproximadamente 6 onzas de agua cada 15 minutos. Prosiga con un examen médico. • Agotamiento por calor: mueva a la víctima a un área más fresca y manténgala recostada con las piernas levemente elevadas. Enfríe su cuerpo abanicándolo y aplicando toallas húmedas frías. Si está consciente, dele a la víctima de beber aproximadamente 6 onzas de agua cada 15 minutos. Prosiga con un examen médico. • Golpe de calor: usted o alguien que esté en el lugar debe llamar de inmediato a una ambulancia. Mientras tanto, mueva a la víctima a un área más fresca, quítele la ropa de abrigo, sumérjala en agua fresca o aplíquele toallas o paños húmedos fríos en el cuerpo. NO le de líquidos. Si la ayuda médica se demora llame al hospital para que le brinden más instrucciones mientras espera. Los golpes de calor ponen en riesgo la vida, por eso es importante moverse rápidamente.

La enfermedad por calor puede ser una amenaza seria. Su mejor defensa es aprender a mantenerse fresco cuando el clima se pone caluroso.

Recordatorio de seguridad El riesgo de enfermedad por calor aumenta con la edad, la mala alimentación, el sobrepeso, la ingesta insuficiente de líquidos, la mala condición física y/o la medicación. Nunca tome píldoras de sal sin la aprobación de su médico. Esté atento a las condiciones climáticas cuando trabaje al aire libre para poder estar preparado con la ropa y bebidas adecuadas. Si se encuentra trabajando al aire libre y comienza a sentir algún síntoma negativo, infórmele a su supervisor y tome un descanso.

ESTE FOLLETO TIENE FINES INFORMATIVOS GENERALES EXCLUSIVAMENTE Y NO DEBE CONSIDERARSE COMO UNA RECOMENDACIÓN MÉDICA O LEGAL. CONTENIDOS © 2007-2010 ZYWAVE, I NC. TODOS LOS DERECHOS RESERVADOS.

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Permit lists subject to change, please check with Association.

PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner

Buckley Kathleen E Tamura Toyoko O /Tr/ Mc Elrath Cheryl L Ellis Michael S & Pitts Mattalyn C /Tr/ Marshall Martha M /Tr/ Armao Linda /Tr/ Etal The Cove Apartments The Cove Apartments The Cove Apartments The Cove Apartments The Cove Apartments Freeman, Condict Bayne, David & Joyce Bennett Linda Romberg Roberta V /Tr/ Tomnay Nicholas Boulton Michael D /Tr/ & Wright Edwin & Hirigoyen Family Trust Et Forbes Donald H /Tr/ & Et Kent Tony /Tr/ Griffin Branch Properties Harding Amelia C Hill Felicia Argilla Luke P /Tr/ & Kristensen Carsten D Tr & Teichmann Kurt F /Tr/ & Mc Gehee David & Hanne Pansini Pamela L /Tr/ Diaz-Azcuy Orlando Zamost Barbara Vianueva Daniel Barfus Richard S Tr

Contractor Address Parcel # Construction

RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN PREMIER POOLS AND SPA MCLERAN, INC DE MELLO ROOFING BIRD, SANDRA CUSTOM KIT. SEQUOIA PROPERTY SERVICES SEQUOIA PROPERTY SERVICES SEQUOIA PROPERTY SERVICES SEQUOIA PROPERTY SERVICES SEQUOIA PROPERTY SERVICES OWNER/BUILDER OWNER MORRIS ROOFING ECO-VALLEY CONSTRUCTION S & S BUILDERS DAILEY CONSTRUCTION SOLARCRAFT SERVICES SOLARCITY CORP SOLARCITY CORP SOLARCITY CORP DOUGLAS CONSTRUCTION J. G. BERNALES CONSTR. M P NEX LEVEL GONZALEZ, LUIS ALBERTO OWNER/BUILDER BRITANNIA BUILDERS MURPHY ROOFING CONSULTING P & M BUILDERS PARIS CONSTRUCTION SERVI IVAN MANCHIP CONST ABLE ROOFING CRABTREE CONSTRUCTION

52 Cielo Dr Greenbrae 376 Carrera Dr Mill Valley 189 Blackstone Dr San Rafael 33 Bayview Dr San Rafael 345 Montford Ave Mill Valley 520 Fawn Dr San Anselmo 6 Saba Ln Tiburon 50 Barbaree Way, Bldg #1 Tibur 50 Barbaree Way, Bldg #3 Tibu 50 Barbaree Way, Bldg #5 Tibur 50 Barbaree Way, Bldg #11 Tibu 50 Barbaree Way, Bldg #8 Tibur 500 Upper Rd San Rafael 52 Buckelew St Sausalito 5 Linda Ave San Rafael 133 California Ave Mill Valley 205 Evergreen Ave Mill Valley 3 Maxwell Ln Mill Valley 130 Hidden Valley Ln San Ansel 22 Vista Del Sol Mill Valley 133 Crest Rd Novato 130 Crane Dr San Anselmo 18 Elm Ave A Kentfield 264 Greene St Mill Valley 625 H Ranch Rd Nicasio 4 Irving Dr San Anselmo 323 Richardson Dr Mill Valley 61 Windstone Dr San Rafael 90 Corte De Sabla Greenbrae 2030 Hatch Rd Novato 130 Mt Whitney Ct San Rafael 327 Robin Rd Mill Valley 826 Hacienda Way San Rafael 45 Bret Harte Rd San Rafael

070-353-08 200-262-12 164-222-14 186-112-15 047-132-14 177-081-28 038-214-12 055-061-28 055-061-28 055-061-28 055-061-28 055-061-28 180-171-27 052-111-12 179-312-12 051-045-03 047-223-19 048-181-23 176-034-03 043-410-07 143-210-84 176-103-01 071-132-15 051-251-32 000-000-00 176-161-02 043-224-21 164-532-14 070-211-06 146-250-86 164-391-27 052-031-16 180-074-04 018-123-13

(58) Replace 5 Wi (58) Replace 11 W (58) Replace 16 W (56)(50)(52) Pool (53) Reroof E-Ins (53) Reroof (23) Remodel Mast (13) Repair/Repla (13) Repair/Repla (13) Repair/Repla (13) Repair/Repla (13) Repair/Repla (23) Remodel Mast (23) Bath Remodel (53) Reroof (22) Structural S (23,58) Rmdl K & (23) Remodel Kitc (60) Rf Mtd P V S (60) Rf Mtd P V S (60) Rf Mtd P V S (60) Rf Mtd P V S (24)(51) Remodel (13) Replace Deck (12) (50) Modify (12,50,52) Arbor (13) Deck Repair, (56) Replace /Rep (53) Re-Roof (23) Remodel Kitc (22-0/0) (92) Bwo (21--0/1) Additio (53) Reroof - E-I (22) Struct Kt Rm

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED

Address 195 Fairway Dr San Rafael 619 Goodhill Rd Kentfield 619 Goodhill Rd Kentfield 665 Goodhill Rd Kentfield 1000 Iron Springs Rd Fairfax 8 Irving Dr San Anselmo 146 Madison Ave San Rafael 4 Montego Key Novato 235 Princeton Ave Mill Valley 75 Verissimo Dr Novato 404 Viewpark Ct Mill Valley 23 East Pier Sausalito 1 A Dock #E Sausalito 27 Antilles Way Tiburon 40 Bahama Reef Novato 2 Belvedere Pl Mill Valley 930 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 931 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 1330 Butterfield Rd San Anselmo 69 Creekside Dr San Rafael 130 Hidden Valley Ln San Anselmo 22 Vista Del Sol Mill Valley 133 Crest Rd Novato 4 Montego Key Novato 45 Bret Harte Rd San Rafael

Owner Schacter Robert & Killebrew Abby S /Tr/ Killebrew Abby S /Tr/ Willson Ryan F /Tr/ & Dybeck Michael Rigg Douglas G /Tr/ Alexander Jon F & Bel-Marin Keys Comm Svcs Dist Berg Ronald /Tr/ Sloan Ronald S /Tr/ & Chiarappa Nicla /Tr/ Etal Roman Robert A Bower, Mark & Heather Hamsayeh Niloufer G Smith Donald & Bentley Holdings Goebel, Michael Wolf Daniel J & Reagan Mark E & Lawrence Alexander L & Wright Edwin & Hirigoyen Family Trust Etal Forbes Donald H /Tr/ & Etal Bel-Marin Keys Comm Svcs Dist Barfus Richard S Tr

Work (10) Install New Gunite Pool (13) New Entry And New Pool De (11) Retaining Wall (21) Addition At 2nd Flr Playr (612)(60)(50)(52) Verizon - I (59)Replace And Add New Window (13) Replace Deck (32)(33) Ti Improvements To Ki (13) Replace 2 Decks (54) Repair Porch Foundation (21)(23) Remodel And Addition (22)(13) Remodel Entire Houseb (59) Add 4 Windows On Lower Le (21) Legalize Bwop Walk-In Clo (60) Roof-Mounted Pv 5.817 Kw (62) Demo T I InteriorJ#__ (22)(12) Remodel Kitchen, Livi (22) Remodel Entire Sfd (62) DemoJ # 3z916 (10) Add Spa To Existing Pool, (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 4.94 K W * (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 5.72 K W * (60) Rf Mtd P V Sys 5.88 K W** (62) Demo Kitchen & Bathroom A (22) Struct Kt Rmdl**Express

Value

$10,431 $20,423 $33,921 $35,000 $16,300 $31,815 $34,000 $13,875 $13,925 $16,625 $15,545 $10,565 $15,000 $15,000 $10,570 $17,340 $65,000 $44,228 $41,146 $22,000 $22,000 $20,000 $31,000 $17,000 $25,000 $18,000 $35,000 $24,000 $16,700 $20,000 $275,000 $126,000 $12,995 $16,800

Value $84,000 $25,000 $50,000 $114,000 $150,000 $13,000 $11,300 $220,000 $96,625 $15,000 $95,000 $200,000 $6,000 $10,000 $13,500 $25,000 $77,000 $189,000 $10,000 $21,500 $41,146 $22,000 $22,000 $4,000 $16,800

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Corte Madera

4/22

Dianna Amsel

Huts And Castles

24 Tamal Vista Blvd

Kitchen Remodel

$85,000

Corte Madera

4/23

Silvano & Kathryn Payne

Rec Solar

369 Redwood Ave

Solar Install

$14,000

Corte Madera

4/23

Brian Lewis

Crescent Builders

18 Morning Star Crse

Kitchen Remodel

$28,000

Novato

4/22

Graves Danielle N

Jemico Llc Aka Renewal By Ande

10 Carnoustie Dr

Window

$26,621

Novato

4/22

Baxter-Lowe Lee A&

Rec Solar Inc.

30 Ranch Dr

Solar

$35,000

Novato

4/22

Patterson Kevin M /Tr/ &

Jemico Llc Aka Renewal By Ande

54 Robinhood Dr

Window

$58,013

Novato

4/23

Polymathic Properties

Blue Mountain Air, Inc

10 Buckeye Ct

Construction

$29,000

Novato

4/23

Chris Alonzo

Mcleran, Inc.

65 Fairway Dr

Reroof

$31,900

Novato

4/23

Rob Terheyden

Owner-Builder

598 Fairway Dr

Construction

$40,000

Novato

4/24

Patrick Krause

Bachelder And Associates

216 San Ramon Way

Construction

$10,000

Novato

4/24

Soldavini Ronald C&

Castle Roofing

15 Fredson Ct

Reroof

$10,440

Novato

4/24

John Vallee

R O L Construction 8 Fleetwood Ct

Minor Construction

$10,500

Novato

4/24

Econo Lodge Inn

Owner-Builder

Construction

$45,000

Novato

4/25

Marin Property Services

Alternative Roofing 155 Cabro Ct Solutions

Reroof

$10,710

Novato

4/25

Scully William C Tr &

Owner-Builder

816 Albatross Dr

Construction

$12,000

Novato

4/25

Mc Grath Dylan &

One Hour Heating & A/C

85 San Joaquin Pl

Hvac

$14,700

Novato

4/25

Knight Kimberly A

One Hour Heating & A/C

1732 Center Rd

Hvac

$17,476

San Rafael

4/16

Afre Carlos &

Northgate Roofing

39 Skyview Ter

Alter-Sfd

$12,000

San Rafael

4/16

Bourgeois James A&

Saunders Const Co

31 Santiago Way

Alter-Sfd

$13,000

San Rafael

4/16

Yanabu Joan M &

D C Construction

63 Convent Ct

Alter-Sfd

$13,840

San Rafael

4/16

Passetti Mauro / Tr/ &

1323 Lincoln Ave

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

4/18

De Rose Anthony D /Tr

Capstone Roofing

428 Riviera Dr

Alter-Sfd

$14,925

San Rafael

4/18

Roedel Herb T &

Lawrence Fraser Construction

114 Bayview Dr

Alter-Sfd

$20,000

San Rafael

4/18

Montenegro Frank W

Montenegro Frank W

237 Solano St

Alter-Sfd

$20,000

275 Alameda Del Prado

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PERMITS Permits (continued) City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

San Rafael

4/18

Carne Harry L Revoc

Carne Harry L Revoc

52 Ridgewood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$49,995

San Rafael

4/18

Mc Devitt Enterprises

Jazz Construction

100 Yacht Club Dr

Alter-Commercial

$50,000

San Rafael

4/18

Tanner Berta Tr 50% E

Brandon Riedel

1249 Francisco Blvd Alter-Commercial E

$51,480

San Rafael

4/22

Fonio Marcello / Tr/ &

The Roofer

21 Shores Ct

Alter-Sfd

$11,250

San Rafael

4/22

Daniel W Jason & Haye

Armada Interiors Inc

1655 Grand Ave

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

4/22

Peacock Hills Hoa

Ajd Builders, Inc

Biscayne Dr

Alter-Condo

$30,000

San Rafael

4/22

Irwin Robert D Tr & Armstrong Installat

34 Wildwood Way

Alter-Sfd

$39,000

San Rafael

4/22

Kientz Richard A Etal

Kientz Richard A Etal

611 Francisco Blvd E

Alter-Commercial

$136,860

San Rafael

4/22

Marin Masonic Buildin

Millennium Construction Grou

1010 Lootens Pl

Alter-Commercial

$300,000

Tiburon

4/22

Ali & Miriam Fooman

Charles Keller Construction, Inc.

11 Via Capistrano

Bathroom Repair

$15,000

Tiburon

4/22

T Andrews

Owner-Builder

87 Rancho Drive

Addition

$18,000

Tiburon

4/22

Paritosh & Lopa Choksi

Zamgen Inc

91 Sugar Loaf Drive Addition And Remodel

$600,000

Tiburon

4/23

Ronan Papillaud

Mac Construction Inc / Division Seven

2 Cazadero Lane

Removal

$22,000

Tiburon

4/24

Lloyd H Patton & Ann Osullivan

Owner-Builder

5 Maravista Court

Remodel

$10,500

Tiburon

4/24

David Kulk

Gutierrez Roofing Company

2310 Mar East Street

Reroof

$22,231

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

04/25/2013

A E NELSON CONSTRUCTION (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028866

04/25/2013

AANESON WILDCAT INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028865

04/24/2013

COHEN-ROJAS LLC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028305

04/25/2013

MARIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028865

04/25/2013

MARIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028866

04/26/2013

MARIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0029014

04/26/2013

TEAM GHILOTTI INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0029014

04/24/2013

TRI-WEST HOMES (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028305

04/25/2013

WILDCAT ENGINEERING (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0028865

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

LIENS Recording Date 04/24/2013

CLEAN CRAWL SPACE INC (E)

ORLICK SHANE (O)

LIEN

2013-0028286

04/25/2013

DEL MONTE HIGHLANDS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

LENZI HEIDEE L (O)

LIEN

2013-0028827

04/22/2013

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (E)

COTE CONSULTING (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (E)

COTE MARCIA KAY (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (E)

GUBBY GEAR (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT (E)

COTE CONSULTING (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT (E)

COTE MARCIA KAY (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT (E)

GUBBY GEAR (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/26/2013

KELSEYVILLE LUMBER & SUPPLY CO INC (E)

LANDING AT HAMILTON (O)

LIEN

2013-0029120

04/26/2013

KELSEYVILLE LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY INC (E)

LANDING AT HAMILTON (O)

LIEN

2013-0029120

04/25/2013

MARIN LAGOON HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

FEDERIGHI MICHAEL H (O)

LIEN

2013-0028716

04/25/2013

MARIN LAGOON HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

FEDERIGHI SUSAN K (O)

LIEN

2013-0028716

04/25/2013

SAN MARIN VALLEY ASSOCIATION INC (E)

HOLLAND LESLIE D (O)

LIEN

2013-0028731

04/22/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

COTE CONSULTING (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

COTE MARCIA KAY (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/22/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

GUBBY GEAR (O)

LIEN

2013-0027724

04/26/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

FRIEDMAN ALISON L (O)

LIEN

2013-0029139

04/23/2013

TIBURON HILL ESTATES ASSOCIATION (E)

ETTEFAGH JEHAN (O)

LIEN

2013-0028052

04/22/2013

WESTSIDE MECHANICAL INC (E)

CIRCLE BANK/CIRCLE BANCORP (O)

LIEN

2013-0027722

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Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

04/22/2013

BALL MICHAEL W (E)

RIVERSIDE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0027721

04/22/2013

BANTA PATRICK (E)

R V STICH CONSTRUCTION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0027845

04/22/2013

BANTA SUSAN (E)

R V STICH CONSTRUCTION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0027845

04/24/2013

CHILDERS LAURIAN (E)

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC RELEASE OF (O) LIEN

2013-0028348

04/22/2013

CORDISCO CAMILLE RENEE (E)

U S OF AMERICA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0027728

04/24/2013

HANSEN CHRISTOPHER R (E)

BLAZE FIREPLACES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028340

04/24/2013

HANSEN KIMBERLY (E)

BLAZE FIREPLACES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028340

04/25/2013

HOLLAND LESLIE D (E)

SAN MARIN VALLEY ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028730

04/23/2013

MURAN DENELLE (E)

CHEDA ACRES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028051

04/23/2013

MURAN ERIC (E)

CHEDA ACRES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028051

04/23/2013

ROMANO ANTHONY LAWRENCE /TR/ (E)

SUNRISE POINTE OF MILL VALLEY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028087

04/23/2013

ROMANO ELIANE A /TR/ (E)

SUNRISE POINTE OF MILL VALLEY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028087

04/23/2013

ROMANO TRUST (E)

SUNRISE POINTE OF MILL VALLEY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0028087

04/23/2013

ROSE MEG (E)

SONOMA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0027901

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

TAX LIENS Recording Date 04/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ROBINSON INGRID D (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027715

04/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ANNICK LAURA (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027716

04/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SHAEFER JOANNE (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027717

04/22/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MARX GUIDO S (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027718

04/24/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SELTZER LAW GROUP (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0028451

04/24/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SELTZER MARGARET A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0028451

04/24/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KODNER SUSAN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0028452

04/24/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AMARALI MARGARET (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0028453

04/25/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GREEN DOOR WELLNESS EDUCATION CENTER INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0028784

04/26/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BURG CAMILLA J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029171

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS TAX LIENS (continued) Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

04/26/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

BIDLE JAMES C (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029217

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BROOKS COULSON (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027639

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DRAGONFLY CAKES LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027639

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SAMPSON SCOTT D (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027640

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SIMMONS TONI M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027640

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MAYES CHEVON B (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027641

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LEVINSON ROY Z (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027642

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LEVINSON STEPHANIE A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027642

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LEVINSON ROY Z (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027643

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

FASSERO DENIS J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027646

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BAUER PETER A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027647

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BAUER YVETTE (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027647

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

LYKIARDOPOULOS GREGORY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027648

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

STICH ROCKY J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027649

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

TOPOLOS NICK A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027650

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KARPIK FRED (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027651

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WRIGHT ERIKA M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027652

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

GRYMES ANN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027653

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

HEMPHILL WILLIAM H (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027653

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

WESLEY MEDICAL STAFFING TAX LIEN INC (O)

2013-0027654

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BARBARA H KNOWLES & COMPANY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027655

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

ROUND TABLE PIZZA (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027655

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BELLACH KATHERIN (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027656

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

KENNEDY BEVERLY J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027657

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

PORTILLO INES L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027658

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

GORJI MINOO (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027659

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BRIDGE POINT ACADEMY INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027660

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MORRISON K (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027661

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

SCHWARTZ MICHAEL (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027661

04/22/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

ROTTMANN KRISTIE L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0027662

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Project Bid Schedule

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

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 HVAC UPGRADES FOR THE TRAIN CONTROL ROOMS AT L14, L18, A58, C20 AND C76

Plan#: 132-PA/OL OAKLAND 13-00132 REPLACE EXISTING HVAC EQUIPMENT, ASSOCIATED ACCESSORIES, ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS AND SPECIFIED CONTROL SYSTEMS AT FOUR TRAIN CONTROL HUTS AND ONE TRAIN CONTROL ROOM AND TO CONSTRUCT A NEW OFFICE IN THE TRAIN CONTROL ROOM Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 4/30/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 20HE-120 Est. Cost: $430000to $500000 Prebid Conf: MAND 3/28/2013 9:00 AM

CF CONTRACTING CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 415-721-7160 415-296-6437

CLAYTON REGENCY MOBILE HOME PARK EMERGENCY PIPELINE EXTENSION AND DISINFECTANT BOOSTER STATION

13-00164 Plan#: 164-PA/OL CLAYTON INSTALLING A PRESSURE REDUCING STATION, WATER PIPELINE, CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE DISINFECTANT BOOSTER STATION, ASSOCIATED PIPING, ELECTRICAL AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: WATER-POWER Bid Date: 4/30/2013 10:00 AM Addenda: 1 4/8/2013 Ref #: 308009 AND 311007 Prebid Conf: 411/2013 10:00 AM Contact: CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT 925-688-8350

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Plan#: 185LIVERMORE 13-00185 PAPER CLASS "A" OR C-12 LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 4/30/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 1 4/11/2013 Ref #: 2232 Prebid Conf: MAND 4/16/2013 10:00 AM Contact: ALAMEDA COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY 510-6705450

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

THE RESURFACING OF PORTIONS OF VARIOUS ROADWAYS IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF HAYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Phone

Fax

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO Ghilotti Construction Co Inc 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 Valentine Corporation 415-453-3732 415-457-5820

URGENT SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT

Plan#: 184-PA/OL SAUSALITO 13-00184 CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 4/30/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: 4/9/2013 11:00 AM Contact: SAUSALITO, CITY OF, ENGINEERING 415-289-4180

Phone

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION CO Ghilotti Construction Co Inc Granite Construction GRANITE CONSTRUCTION MCK Services, Inc.

Fax

707-585-1221 707-585-1601 707-585-1221 408-327-7000 408-327-7000 925-957-9200

707-585-1601 408-327-7090 408-327-7090 925-957-9292

DESILTING OF LINE M-7 UNDERGROUND 48" AND 54" PIPES ALONG MISSION BLVD. IN FREMONT, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA ZONE NO. 5 PROJECT

FREMONT 13-00195 Plan#: 195PAPER CLASS "A" OR CLASS C-12 OR CLASS "C-34" OR C-36 LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: FLOOD CONTROL Bid Date: 4/30/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: FC 5-M-111 Prebid Conf: MAND 4/16/2013 10:00 AM Contact: ALAMEDA COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY 510-6705450

BAYVIEW EXTERIOR REPAIRS

Plan#: 208-CD SAN PABLO 13-00208 REMOVAL OF EXTERIOR FINISHES AND WINDOWS, REMOVAL OF THE LOW SLOPE ROOFING SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED SECTION OF THE STEEP SLOPE ROOFING SYSTEM, INSTALLATION OF NEW FLASHING ASSEMBLIES AT THE WINDOWS, REINSTALLING THE WINDOWS, NEW EXTERIOR FINISHES AND APPLYIN Project Type: SCHOOL Bid Date: 4/30/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1041223-11R1 Est. Cost: $326000 Prebid Conf: MAND 4/16/2013 4:00 PM Contact: WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 510412-8803

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Project Bid Schedule NEW SIDEWALKS FY14-HUNTWOOD AVENUE, D STREET & INDUSTRIAL BLVD

HAYWARD 13-00216 Plan#: 216PAPER CLEARING AND GRUBBING,,; EXCAVATION; CONCRETE AND ASPHALT REMOVAL; CONSTRUCTION OF PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK, DRIVEWAYS, CURB AND GUTTER AND RETAINING CURB; DEEP LIFT ASPHALT CONCRETE ROADWAY CONFORM; ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY BOXES AND SOD REPLACEMEN Project Type: SIDEWALK Bid Date: 4/30/2013 2:00 PM IMPROVEMENTS Est. Cost: $300000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 5154 Prebid Conf: 4/17/2013 10:00 AM Contact: HAYWARD, CITY OF ENGINEERING & TRANSPORTATION 510-583-4763

Wednesday, May 01, 2013 LAFAYETTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT CLEARWELL AND WASHWATER PIPELINE IMPROVEMENTS

Plan#: 178LAFAYETTE 13-00178 PAPER REPLACE CLEARWELL WITH A BOLTED STEEL TANK; DEMOLISH AN EXISTING TANK; FURNISH AND INSTALL A BOLTED STEEL TANK INCLUDING CONCRETE FOUNDATION, DOME ROOF, INLET AND OUTLET PIPOE CONNECTIONS AND OTHER RELATED WORK Project Type: IMPROVEMENTS 1:30 PM Bid Date: 5/1/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2061 Est. Cost: $1300000to $1600000 Prebid Conf: 4/9/2013 1O:OO AM Contact: EBMUD, PURCHASING DIVISION 510-287-0454 Contact: EBMUD, PURCHASING DIVISION 510-287-1040

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Aztec Constructors Mission City Rebar, Inc PARC Services, Inc.

Phone

Fax

925-837-1050 925-837-1652 925-449-6999 925-447-8797 925-371-4610 925-606-8704

BAYSHORE BOULEVARD AND PAUL AVENUE TRAFFIC SIGNALS UPGRADE

SAN FRANCISCO 13-00202 Plan#: 202-CD NEW PEDESTRIAN COUNTDOWN SIGNAL, TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS, TRAFFIC ROUTING, CURB RAMPS AND ALL RELATED AND INCIDENTAL WORK. CLASS "A" OR C-1O LICENSE REQUIRED Project Type: TRAFFIC SIGNAL 2:30 PM Bid Date: 5/1/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1993J Est. Cost: $180000 Prebid Conf: 4/19/2013 1:30 PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO D.P.W. 415-558-5226

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

SUNSET BOULEVARD NEW TRAFFIC SIGNALS

Plan#: 203-CD SAN FRANCISCO 13-00203 INSTALL NEW TRAFFIC SIGNALS, TRAFFIC ROUTING, CURB RAMPS AND ALL OTHER RELATED WORK 2:30 PM Project Type: TRAFFIC SIGNAL Bid Date: 5/1/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2109J Est. Cost: $480000 Prebid Conf: 4/19/2013 1:30 PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO D.P.W. 415-558-5226

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

2013 STREET RESURFACING PROJECT

Plan#: 215HILLSBOROUGH 13-00215 PAPER ASPHALT CONCRETE GRINDING, DIG OUT REPAIRS, ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVING, CRACK SEALING, SCRUB SEALING, MICROSURFACING, CONCRETE CURB RAMP IMPROVEMENTS, STRIPING AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND OTHER RELATED WORK 2:00 PM Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 5/1/2013 Addenda: 0 Contact: HILLSBOROUGH, TOWN OF 650-375-7400

OLIVE FORCE MAIN LINING RAILROAD AVE, OLIVE ST TO ROSE ST

Plan#: 217PAPER

NOVATO

13-00217

2:00 PM Project Type: SEWER/SANITATION Bid Date: 5/1/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 72706 Prebid Conf: 4/24/2013 11:00 AM Contact: NUTE ENGINEERING 415-453-4480

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

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

Thursday, May 02, 2013 8-INCH AND 12-INCH DUCTILE IRON WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT AND PAVEMENT RENOVATION ON BRYANT STREET, 9TH ST AND OTHER STREETS

SAN FRANCISCO 13-00171 Plan#: 171-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE OJECTIVE of the PROJECT IS TO INSTALL 4,6,8 AND 12-INCH DUCTILE IRON WATER MAIN AND RENOVATE PAVEMENT ON BRYANT STREET, 9TH ST AND OTHER STREETS. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:00 PM Bid Date: 5/2/2013 to $3700000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: WD-2620 Prebid Conf: 4/16/13 AT 10:30AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO P.U.C. 415-551-4603

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Project Bid Schedule 2013 ROAD RESURFACING PROJECT SOUTHERN REGION

13-00176 Plan#: 176-PA/OL MARIN COUNTY WORK INCLUDES RESURFACING, MINOR CONCRETE, GUARDRAIL, ROAD PULVERIZATION AND MONOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS 1:30 PM Project Type: ROAD WORK Bid Date: 5/2/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2013-03 Est. Cost: $2400000 Contact: MARIN COUNTY DEPT. OF PUB WORKS 415-499-7877

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Argonaut Constructors Ghilotti Brothers Inc GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION CO MCK Services, Inc.

Phone

Fax

707-542-4862 707-542-3210 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 925-957-9200 925-957-9292

BUCHANAN/DIVISADERO/FILLMORE/GREEN/PIERCE AND SCOTT STREET REPLACEMENT

SAN FRANCISCO 13-00196 Plan#: 196-CD RENOVATE EXISTING SEWERS ON THE DESIGNATED STREETS Project Type: WASTEWATER 2:00 PM Bid Date: 5/2/2013 ENTERPRISE Addenda: 0 Ref #: WW-549 Est. Cost: $1800000 Prebid Conf: 4/11/2013 10:00 AM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 415-551-4603

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name CF CONTRACTING

Phone

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437

SAN FRANCISCO BAY TRAIL MARTINEZ INTERMODAL TO CROCKETT CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

COLLINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RESTROOMS RENOVATION

Plan#: 209-CD PINOLE 13-00209 REMOVAL OF EPOXY COATING, WALL BOARD AND ASSOCIATED HAZMAT ABATEMENT; INSTALLATION OF WATER RESISTANT SHEET ROCK, INSTALLATION OF TILE FINISHES, INSTALLATION OF WALL FINISH; REFINISHING OR REPLACEMENT OF EPOXY FLOORS AND PAINTING THROUGHOUT; REINSTALLATIO Project Type: RENOVATION 2:00 PM Bid Date: 5/2/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 1101612-06 Prebid Conf: MAND 4/17/2013 4:00 PM Contact: WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 510412-8803

Monday, May 06, 2013 MARE ISLAND STRAIT OUTFALL PROJECT, JOB # 122916

VALLEJO 13-00211 Plan#: 211PAPER INSTALLATION OF OWNER PRE-PURCHASED 36-INCH AND 24-INCH HDPE OUTFALL AND CONNECTION TO EXISTING FORCE MAIN, REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING FACILITIES AFFECTED BY THE WORK AND INCIDENTALS FOR COMPLETE AND USABLE FACILITY. Project Type: PIPELINE 2:00 PM Bid Date: 5/6/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 122916 Est. Cost: $1000000 Prebid Conf: MAND 4/16/2013 10:00 AM Contact: VALLEJO SANITATION AND FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 707-644-8949

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 707-585-1221 707-585-1601

Plan#: 200MARTINEZ 13-00200 PAPER TRAIL CONSTRUCTION INCLUDING EARTHWORK, LANDSLIDE REPAIR, RIPRAP, SOLDIER RETAINING WALL, DRAINAGE, AGGREGATE BASE, ASPHALT PAVING, EROSION CONTROL AND HYDROSEEDING 2:00 PM Project Type: TRAIL Bid Date: 5/2/2013 CONSTRUCTION Est. Cost: $4624000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 10-12-601 Prebid Conf: 4/16/2013 10:00 AM Contact: EAST BAY REG PARK DISTRICT 510-544-2301

CUPERTINO 13-00172 Plan#: 172-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:00 PM Bid Date: 5/7/2013 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2010-9134 Prebid Conf: 4/9/13 AT 2:00PM Contact: SAN JOSE, CITY OF D.P.W. 408-777-3354

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

CONFIRMED BIDDERS:

Name Ghilotti Brothers Inc OC Jones and Sons Suulutaaq, Inc. Unit 2

Phone

Fax

415-454-7011 415-454-8376 510-526-3424 510-526-0990 707-427-3209 707-419-4851

Tuesday, May 07, 2013 STEVENS CREEK CORRIDOR PARK & RESTORATION PHASE 2

Name

Phone

McNabb Construction (DK Environ) Mission City Rebar, Inc

Fax

925-935-4200 925-952-4600 925-449-6999 925-447-8797

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Project Bid Schedule REROOF DUBLIN/PLEASANTON STATION SUPERVISOR'S BUILDING

PLEASANTON 13-00188 Plan#: 188PAPER REMOVE EXISTING ROOF AND REPLACE IT WITH A COLD PROCESS, 3-PLY MODIFIED BITUMEN ROOFING MRMBRANE SYSTEM 2:00 PM Project Type: REROOFING Bid Date: 5/7/2013 Est. Cost: $85000to Addenda: 0 Ref #: 15QJ-140 $100000 Prebid Conf: 4/16/2013 10:00 AM Contact: BART

Wednesday, May 08, 2013 PAVEMENT RENOVATION AND SEWER REPLACEMENT-20TH AVENUE AND LINCOLN WAY

SAN FRANCISCO 13-00180 Plan#: 180-CD CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. THE WORK IS PAVEMENT RENOVATION AND SEWER REPLACEMENT ALONG 20TH AVENUE AND LINCOLN WAY AND INCLUDES TRAFFIC ROUTING, CRUB RAMP CONSTRUCTION AND ALL OTHER RELATD AND INCIDENTAL WORK. Project Type: PUBLIC WORKS 2:30 PM Bid Date: 5/8/2013 Addenda: 2 4/4/2013 Ref #: 2061J to $2600000 Prebid Conf: 4/9/13 AT 1:30PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY AND COUNTY 415-554-8280

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING CF CONTRACTING Ghilotti Brothers Inc

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 415-721-7160 415-296-6437 415-454-7011 415-454-8376

WILMINGTON PUMP STATION UPGRADE

Plan#: 210-PA/OL PETALUMA 13-00210 MODIFICATIONS TO THE EXISTING PUMP STATION INCLUDING FORCEMAIN TIE-IN, DRY PIT VALVE REPLACEMENT, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS, STANDBY GENERATOR, ODOR CONTROL UNIT, ELECTRICAL AND MAINTENANCE BUILDING, STRUCTURAL CONCRETE, ELECTRICAL EQUI Project Type: PUMP STATION 2:00 PM Bid Date: 5/8/2013 Addenda: 0 Prebid Conf: MAND 4/30/2012 10:00 AM Contact: GHD 707-523-1010

Wednesday, May 15, 2013 HINK NO.2, MIRANDA AND BLACKHAWK NO. 1 AND 2 RESERVOIRS REHABILITATION

LAFAYETTE Plan#: 218PAPER CLASS "A" LICENSE REQUIRED Bid Date: 5/15/2013 1:30 PM Addenda: 0

13-00218

Wednesday, May 22, 2013 PAVEMENT RENOVATION-ALEMANY BOULEVARD PHASE II

SAN FRANCISCO 13-00206 Plan#: 206-CD PAVEMENT RENOVATION , TRAFFIC ROUTING, CURB RAMPS CONSTRUCTION AND ALL RELATED AND INCIDENTAL WORK Project Type: STREET IMPVS Bid Date: 5/22/2013 2:30 PM Est. Cost: $900000 Addenda: 0 Ref #: 2063J Prebid Conf: 4/9/2013 1:30 PM Contact: SAN FRANCISCO, CITY AND COUNTY 415-554-8280

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

CF CONTRACTING CF CONTRACTING

Fax

415-721-7160 415-296-6437 415-721-7160 415-296-6437

Thursday, May 23, 2013 MUIR WOODS ROAD SLIDE REPAIR

Plan#: 124-PA/OL SAN RAFAEL 13-00124 CLASS A LICENSE REQUIRED. CAST-IN-DRILLED-HOLES(CIDH) RETAINING WALL ON MUIR WOODS ROAD AT MP 0.49. Project Type: RETAINING WALL Bid Date: 5/23/2013 2:30 PM Addenda: 1 3/28/2013 Ref #: 2011-15 to $400000 Contact: SAN RAFAEL PUBLiC WORKS 415-473-7877

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Fax

GHILOTTI CONSTRUCTION 707-585-1221 707-585-1601 CO SACRAMENTO DRILLING, 916-638-1766 916-638-3725 INC. WEST BAY BUILDERS, INC 415-456-8972 415-459-0665

Thursday, May 30, 2013 CITY OF HERCULES INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER SAN FRANCISCO BAY TRAIL

13-00197 Plan#: 197-PA/OL HERCULES CONSTRUCT A CLASS 1 TRAIL, APPROXIMATELY 0.63 MILES BY 10FEET WIDE (PAVED) SOIL NAIL RETAINING WALL, INSTALLATION OF A STORM DRAIN CULVERT UNDER THE UPRR TRACKS VIA PIPE RAMMING, INCLUDING GRADING, PAVING, DRAINAGE, SEWER RELOCATION, FENCING, PLANTING A Project Type: TRAIL Bid Date: 5/30/2013 2:00 PM CONSTRUCTION Addenda: 0 Ref #: 63001A Prebid Conf: MAND 4/17/2013 9:00 AM Contact: HERCULES, CITY OF, MUNICIPAL SERVICES 510-7998244

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Project Type: RESERVOIR Ref #: 2067 Est. Cost: $2500000to $3500000

Prebid Conf: 4/24/2013 9:00 AM Contact: EBMUD, PURCHASING DIVISION 510-287-0454 Contact: EBMUD, PURCHASING DIVISION 510-287-1040

Name

Phone

Ghilotti Brothers Inc Ghilotti Construction Co Inc

Fax

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

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name Mission City Rebar, Inc

Phone

Fax

925-449-6999 925-447-8797

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Project Bid Schedule Friday, May 31, 2013

-MBA Quote of the Day-

MORAGA-ORINDA FIRE STATION 43

ORINDA 13-00005 Plan#: 05-PA/OL 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: 5/31/2013 2:00 PM Addenda: 4 3/15/2013 Prebid Conf: MAND 1/1013 2:00 PM Contact: KSD GROUP INC. 925-827-0841 Contact: MORAGA-ORINDA FIRE DISTRICT 925-286-4644

CONFIRMED BIDDERS: Name

Phone

Arntz Builders, Inc. 415-382-1188 Aztec Constructors 925-837-1050 B.M.N Fire Systems 209-207-7451 CALSTATE CONSTRUCTION510-657-1800 CF CONTRACTING 415-721-7160 D.L. Falk Construction, Inc. 510-887-6500 Diede Construction 209-369-8255 GCCI Inc 707-545-2134 Gehvac Co. 209-204-0100 KCK Builders 415-559-9312 LATHROP CONSTRUCTION 707-746-8000 ASSOCIATES McFadden Construction, Inc. 209-478-7407 Menghetti Construction 209-524-2465 Mission City Rebar, Inc 925-449-6999 Monterey Structural Steel 831-768-1277 National Electric, Inc. 510-475-9400 Northbay Roofing & Gutter Co707-591-9288 Pacific-Mountain Contractors of 925-603-2652 California, Inc. PARC Services, Inc. 925-371-4610 ROMKON INC. 415-525-4432 S W ALLEN CONSTRUCTION916-344-2098 SOUTHWEST CONSTRUCTION 650-877-0717 US Matrix Co Inc 925-473-1043 Zovich Construction 510-784-1273

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

Fax 415-883-7529 925-837-1652 209-832-9555 510-657-1810 415-296-6437 510-887-6501 209-368-0600 707-545-2156 209-566-9995 415-453-9250 707-746-8080

“The only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin. “” - Mark Twain

209-478-1516 209-524-2495 925-447-8797 831-768-1352 510-475-9411 707-591-9289 925-687-8430

925-606-8704 415-529-2073 916-344-0307 650-877-0747 925-432-7103 510-784-0173

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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

Roto-Rooter of Marin Weekend-Holiday Dispatcher Wanted Family owned Novato based plumbing company seeking weekend and holiday dispatcher. Hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Duties include: answer calls from customers and service technicians, provide great customer service, dispatch jobs to our technicians, coordinate operations necessary to assure safe, on-time service and customer satisfaction, maintain a master list of jobs, maintain paperwork in a neat and orderly fashion. Qualifications include: High School diploma or GED, previous dispatch experience required, excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, knowledge of surrounding area (Marin County) and routing, multi-tasking and priority management skills, ability to balance conflicting demands related to customer care and job routing. Pay based on experience. To inquire about the position call (415) 898-2700 or fax your resume to (415) 898-6074

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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

Gates Cooperative Construction Manager (Sausalito)

Seeking administrative assistant/ customer service rep part time, 20-25hrs. per week. Excellent phone skills, proficient in MS-Word, Excel, QuickBooks. Social media is a must. Duties include, but not limited to answering phones, scheduling the plumbers, checking email, invoicing, mailing and other general office tasks. Please email mptplumb@att.net or fax 415-479-5434 resume. No phone calls please!

CAL-WEST RENTALS Mechanic / Technician 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. Please apply to tyler@calwestrentals.com or call 707.763.5665.

The Gates Cooperative is a 38 member organization of houseboat owners that are seeking permanent legal berths. These berths are to be located in the County approved expansion of the adjacent Waldo Point Harbor. In order to occupy the new berths, each houseboat must be brought to code standards established by the County. The Gates Cooperative, along with its institutional partners, the County of Marin, Marin Housing Authority, and EAH Inc. (Project Team) is seeking a Construction Manager to oversee the rehabilitation or replacement of the member-owned boats. Under the direction and supervision of Marin Housing Authority, the Construction Manager will:

1. Meet regularly with the Project Team, the Gates Co-op membership and the Waldo Point Harbor Construction Manager

2. Review the relevant existing documents and history of the project 3. Consult regularly with the Project Financial Manager on the overall project budget

4. Develop construction budgets for individual Co-op households in coordination with the Project Financial Manager and each owner

5. Seek collective purchasing agreements, identify potential construction donations and other cost savings mechanisms

6. Prepare written recommendations that will enhance the design,

constructability, and cost and time efficiency of the individual houseboat plans, in coordination with the Co-op Project Architect and owner 7. Review the plans for compliance with codes as determined by the County Building Inspector and plan check comments 8. Identify the contractor pool and manage the bidding process 9. Develop a construction schedule with the Project Architect and in coordination with Waldo Point Harbor’s construction manager 10. Monitor construction process; verify work completed for purposes of contractor applications for payment 11. Review requests for change orders and submit to Project Financial Consultant for approval QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Minimum 10 years’ experience in project estimating and construction 2. Experience with houseboat construction preferred 3. Proven budget management skills 4. Good communication skills, both verbal and written 5. Experience with computers, particularly Excel This is a part time, contract job, with an expected duration of 3 years. • Location: Sausalito • Compensation: Depending on experience Please contact: Lynn.Berard@eahhousing.org

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CALLING ALL HISTORICAL

COMPANY PHOTOS & EPHEMERA! ~

SHARE YOUR PIECE OF HISTORY! ~

To celebrate our members and construction in Marin, we are preparing a display at the MBA of “days gone by”. We encourage all members to participate and would appreciate company ephemera and 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!

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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 33


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