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May 7 , 2013 Vol. 57, Issue #16


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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! Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Page 2


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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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Finish Carpentry CliniCs with Gary Katz

Monday, June 3 7:30am-2:30pm Healdsburg Lumber Company 359 Hudson St. Healdsburg, CA 95448

master your craft If you believe in quality craftsmanship, don’t miss this FREE event!

Healdsburg Lumber Co., with support from WindsorONE, Andersen Windows & Doors, Festool, Typar, and Versatex, is proud to offer one day of hands-on building clinics with Gary Katz, finish carpentry specialist and nationally recognized author. These clinics will highlight WindsorONE’s new line of Classic American Moldings, Andersen windows and architectural trim, new and innovative tools from Festool, Typar’s weather-protection system, and Versatex trimboard. Don’t miss this educational opportunity as well as the special discounts, giveaways, and coupons for some of the best tools and materials in the industry. Katz roadshow sponsors for this event

rsVp today! Take advantage of this FREE opportunity. Breakfast & Lunch will be served.

By invitation only. RSVP required. To guarantee a seat, you must RSVP to:

ryan arata (707) 431-9663 ext. 23 rarata@hlc-inc.com

Gary katz

Gary Katz is the publisher of THISisCarpentry.com, a new e-magazine devoted to craftsmen and craftsmanship. For two decades he has been a frequent contributor to Fine Homebuilding, Journal of Light Construction, Fine Woodworking, and other leading trade magazines, in addition to moderating JLC’s online finish carpentry forum. Gary’s books include The Doorhanger’s Handbook (Taunton), Finish Carpentry: Efficient Techniques for Custom Interiors (JLC/Craftsman), and Trim Made Simple (Taunton 2009). His DVD series, Mastering Finish Carpentry, sets the standard for professional video instruction in the construction trades.

increase your productivity | improve your bottom line | hone your sKills | www.KatzRoadshow.com

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Finish Carpentry CliniCs with Gary Katz

7:30am-8:30am session 1

8:30am – until –

9:30am session 2

10:00am – until –

11:00am 11:00am-12:00pm session 3

12:00pm – until –

1:00pm session 4

1:30pm – until –

2:30pm

Monday, June 3 7:30am-2:30pm Healdsburg Lumber Company 359 Hudson St. Healdsburg, CA 95448

hot breaKfast durable exterior trim The five D’s: design, deflection, diffusion… Advanced exterior joinery techniques Moisture content and wood movement Temperature and PVC movement replacement windows & architectural trim Sillpans and flashing: drainage vs. barriers Integrating new windows with the WRB Pre-assembling window and door trim Architectural window and door design lunch problem-free prefit doors Preparing rough openings properly Solving cross-leg walls and jambs 1-2-3 plan for fastening hinge jambs Hinge adjustments that work conquerinG Kitchen crown moldinG Spring angle adjustments with crown stops Crown jigs and fixtures Swing the saw: cutting mating miters Pre-assembly and coping techniques

Continuing Education Credits & Certification are available for all events. For more information, or to book a show, contact Tristan@KatzBrand.com or visit KatzRoadshow.com.

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North Bay NARI

The Keys to Designing Within Budget north bay C h a p t er When June 4. 2013 5:30-8:30pm 5:30-6:15 pm Networking 6:15-8:30 pm Dinner and Presentation Location Stone Tree Golf Club 9 Stone Tree Lane, Novato Cost $45 NARI members/ $55 non-members ) 1st Meeting $20 (one time only) Registration will be available at the door. Register and prepay online by Thursday, May 30, and receive a $5 discount.

Hear from our panel of experts how to design within budget and leave customers happy! Meeting budget is an essential step toward creating a successful project, and satisfied clients. Designing to meet that budget is the first step in getting this result. This month, our panel of distinguished design professionals will discuss the tools they use to help create, and stick to budgets. When you attend this session, you will walk away with… • Strategies for designing within budget • Getting client buy-in in utilizing a “Design Team” • Successful processes and strategies for “Designing within Budget” • Effective tools to automate the design process, and save money About our Panelists: Colleen Mahoney of Mahoney Architects may be one of the better recognized architects in Marin, where she has worked for over 25 years. Some recent accolades include a “Remodel the Future” Award from Build It Green and two first-place REMMIE awards in 2012.

Proper attire required. North Bay NARI PO Box 1313 Novato, CA 94948 Email membership@ northbaynari.org Website For information on how to become a member: www.northbaynari.org

David Leff is president of Leff Construction, a design/build residential remodeling and custom homebuilding company based in Sebastopol. Dave holds bi-monthly workshops for homeowners on the design/build process and is the Green Building Committee Chair of the North Coast Builders Exchange. Debbie Peterson, an architect working with Hudson Street Design, has done both commercial and contract work, and since 1990 her focus has been primarily on residential renovations and interior architecture. She graduated from UC Berkeley

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK Sealed proposals for

SAFE PATHWAYS TO SCHOOL PROJECT EDNA MAGUIRE, LAGUNITAS & MILLER

in this issue

CREEK SCHOOLS

Welcome to our new OPR .............1

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

Got balls? MBA annual Bocce Ball Tournament ..........................................2 Sign-up! Classes & Seminars: First Aid , Forklift Training ...............3

Thursday, May 30, 2013 @ 3:00 PM

Project of the Week

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MBA Calendar of Events

Project Description: This project consists of pedestrian improvements near three elementary schools: Lomita Drive in Mill Valley, Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in San Geronimo, and Las Gallinas Ave. in San Rafael. Work will include sidewalk, curb, gutter, drainage improvements, and curb ramps. Work on Lomita Drive will also include hillside grading and a retaining wall. All locations include new traffic striping and pavement markings. The work will also require construction area signs, traffic control, maintaining traffic and other miscellaneous items not mentioned above that are required by the Plans, the Standard Specifications or these Special Provisions to be performed, placed, constructed or installed.

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Capitol Connection (FKA Kalb’s) ....10 Phil Vermeulen ..................................11 Safety: Workplace Accidents

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Summer Interns Available ................16 Permits

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Liens & Completions Project Bid List

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Classifieds ..........................................36 Share Your History

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The Engineer’s estimate for this project is $575,000. 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. Plans and specifications 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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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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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 Kellie Buono - Administrative Assistant/Reception MBA MEMBER

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

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

A contractor unsure about what license is required to ‘cut the deck’ is in the cards this time. We offer a second ‘deal’ on a ‘bad hand’ dealt to a contractor who got incorrect advice on asbestos abatement from a friend, but begin with a sub-contractor who ‘folded’ on the game before it was finished… Q: I am a General Building Contractor and one of the sub-contractors that I hired to do some installations left the job unfinished. What can I do about this? A: While it depends on the specifics of your situation, there are several options for you especially if you’ve already paid the subcontractor. You can file a claim against the sub-contractor’s bond; take the sub-contractor to small claims court; or file a complaint with the CSLB. You can visit the CSLB’s website for more information on the complaint procedure. Q: I recently sent in my contractor’s license renewal application. On the renewal form I had updated our Officers so that the CSLB would in turn update their system. I noticed that the renewal was processed and our license is good for another two years, however the Officers have not been updated. Is there a way you can check on this for us? A: Without checking on this I can tell you that the CSLB did not update your Officers because you cannot make any personnel changes on a renewal application. To remove, change, or add personnel you are required to complete the appropriate CSLB forms. For adding new officers you need to submit an “Application to Add” personnel, and to remove current officers you should submit a “Disassociation Notice”. Please contact our office if you need assistance with these modifications to your license.

contractors and only allows for the contractors to perform asbestos-related work exclusively within the license classification that is held by the contractor. There is no requirement that the classification specifically be General Building. Contractors who want to become certified to perform asbestos removal and/ or abatement are required to pass an exam administered by the CSLB and they also must register with the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH).

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.

Q: What classification would be required to build a deck with a patio cover? A: There are several classifications that would permit you to build a deck with a patio cover. The “B” General Building, the “C-5” (Carpentry), or the “C-27” (Landscaping) classifications would each allow you to perform that work. Q: I would like to obtain a California contractor’s license for asbestos abatement but I’ve been told that I first need to obtain a General Contractors License. I don’t have the required experience to qualify for a General license! Is there any way around this? A: First of all, asbestos abatement by itself is not a CSLB license classification. The asbestos certification is issued only to currently licensed

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Hold On To Your Wallets! AB1336 is Looking to Get You! by Phil Vermeulen, Governmental Relations Many of this year’s “bad” bills have thankfully been stopped, but there are still several in play. On particularly bad bill is AB 1336 (Frazier). It’s interesting to note that the author, freshman Assemblyman Jim Frazier, is a contractor and should know better than to introduce a bill that truly doesn’t serve a purpose except to allow contractors to be ensnared. The bill was double referred at its introduction, meaning it had two rather than one policy committee to pass through. Some progress has been made in meetings with the author. Indeed, the original extension of time to file a claim would have originally been three years (the current time frame is 180 days), but was recently amended down to two years (still needs to go back to 180 days). This measure has successfully passed through the Assembly Labor Committee a week ago and the Assembly Judiciary Committee this week. I have testified in strong opposition in both committees. Following is this week’s Assembly Judiciary Committee Analysis which lays the issues out fairly well (but not well enough to stop it!). This analysis is what the members of the committee use as background to make their determination and is also handed out to the public at the time of the hearing.

Bob Wieckowski, Chair AB 1336 (Frazier) - As Amended: April 17, 2013 SUBJECT : Prevailing wages: ENFORCEMENT KEY ISSUE : SHOULD A NUMBER OF CHANGES RELATED TO ENFORCEMENT OF PREVAILING WAGE LAW BY JOINT LABORMANAGEMENT COMMITTEES BE MADE?

committees from 180 days to 24 months after the wages were due; 2) providing that in such civil actions, the court shall award restitution to an employee for unpaid wages plus interest, liquidated damages equal to the amount of unpaid wages owed, and may impose specified civil penalties, injunctive relief, or any other appropriate form of equitable relief; and 3) providing that the court shall award a prevailing joint labor-management committee its reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred in maintaining the action, including expert witness fees. The bill is sponsored by the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California, and is supported by a host of labor organizations. It is opposed by a host of building contractor and other organizations. SUMMARY : Enacts various provisions of law related to enforcement of prevailing wage law by specified joint-labor management committees. Specifically, this bill , among other things: 1)Extends the statute of limitations for civil actions for failure to pay prevailing wages brought by specified joint labor-management committees from 180 days to 24 months after the wages were due. 2)Provides that in such civil actions, the court shall award restitution to an employee for unpaid wages plus interest, liquidated damages equal to the amount of unpaid wages owed, and may impose specified civil penalties, injunctive relief, or any other appropriate form of equitable relief.

FISCAL EFFECT : As currently in print this bill is keyed fiscal. SYNOPSIS This measure was recently approved by the Labor Committee, which has the primary jurisdiction and expertise of the issues presented. The bill seeks to enact various provisions of law related to enforcement of prevailing wage law by specified joint-labor management committees, including: 1) extending the statute of limitations for civil actions for failure to pay prevailing wages brought by specified joint labor-management

3) Provides that the court shall award a prevailing joint labor-management committee its reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred in maintaining the action, including expert witness fees. 4) Specifies that these provisions do not limit any other available remedies for a violation of the law. EXISTING LAW: 1) Authorizes joint labor-management committees to bring a civil action

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against an employer that fails to pay the prevailing wage to its employees. (Labor Code Section 1771.2. (a). All further code references are to this code unless otherwise noted.) 2) Provides that a joint labor management committee may maintain an action in a court of competent jurisdiction against an employer who fails to comply with the requirement to pay prevailing wages. (Section 1776(e).) 3) Imposes specified civil penalties against a contractor or subcontractor that fails to pay prevailing wages. However, current law specifies that the prime contractor is not liable for such penalties unless it had knowledge of the failure of the subcontractor to pay prevailing wages or unless the prime contractor failed to comply with specified requirements. (Section 1775.) COMMENTS : This bill largely falls within the jurisdiction of the Labor Committee, which recently approved it. That Committee’s key expertise and analysis of the bill’s provisions largely follows, with special emphasis on the key provisions of interest to the Judiciary Committee. In essence, this measure proposes a number of changes related to enforcement of prevailing wage law by joint labor-management committees. Joint labor-management committees are authorized and established pursuant to the federal Labor Management Cooperation Act of 1978. The changes proposed by this bill may be classified into two main categories: (1) civil actions filed by joint-labor management committees; and (2) requirements regarding certified payroll records. Both of these issues will be discussed in turn below. Civil Actions Filed by Joint Labor-Management Committees . As noted above, existing law authorizes joint labor-management committees to bring a civil action against an employer that fails to pay the prevailing wage to its employees. Current law provides that such a civil action shall be commenced not later than 180 days after the filing of a valid notice of completion or not later than 180 days after the acceptance of the public work, whichever occurs last. This bill would instead provide that such civil actions shall be commenced not later than 24 months after the wages were due. In addition, this bill specifies some of the remedies available in such action. Existing law (at Labor Code Section 1776(e)) already provides that a joint labor management committee may maintain an action in a court of competent jurisdiction against an employer who fails to comply with the requirement to pay prevailing wages. Current law provides that the court may award restitution to an employee for unpaid wages and may award the joint labor management committee reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred in maintaining the action. Current law also specifies that such an action may not be based on the employer’s misclassification of the craft of a worker on its certified payroll record and specifies that these provisions do not limit any other available remedies for a violation of the law. Existing law (Labor Code Section 1775) also imposes specified civil

penalties against a contractor or subcontractor that fails to pay prevailing wages. However, current law specifies that the prime contractor is not liable for such penalties unless it had knowledge of the failure of the subcontractor to pay prevailing wages or unless the prime contractor failed to comply with specified requirements. This bill replicates these provisions in Labor Code Section 1771.2(c) and adds some additional provisions. Specifically, this bill provides that in such civil actions, the court shall award restitution to an employee for unpaid wages plus interest and liquidated damages equal to the amount of unpaid wages owed. In addition, the court may impose specified civil penalties (in accordance with Labor Code Section 1775, discussed above), injunctive relief, or any other appropriate form of equitable relief (emphasis provided). The bill also provides that the court shall award a prevailing joint labormanagement committee its reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred in maintaining the action, including expert witness fees (emphasis provided). The bill also provides, consistent with existing law, that these provisions do not limit any other available remedies for a violation of the law. Finally, the bill specifies, consistent with existing law, that such a civil action shall not be based merely on the employer’s misclassification of the craft of a worker in its certified payroll records. Prior Related Legislation : SB 569 (Steinberg) of 2007 would have, among other things, extended the statute of limitations for such civil actions to four years after the violation occurs. SB 569 was held under submission in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. Similarly, AB 581 (Klehs) of 2005 would have extended the statute of limitations to four years. AB 581 was held under submission in the Senate Appropriations Committee. Access to Certified Payroll Records . Current law requires contractor and subcontractors on public works projects to keep accurate payroll records showing the name, address, social security number, work classification, hours worked and wages paid to employees. The payroll records are required to be certified as true and correct by the contractor or subcontractor. Certified payroll records shall be made available for inspection upon request of the employee, the awarding body, the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, or the Division of Apprenticeship Standards. Current law also provides that copies of records made available to the public shall be marked or obliterated to prevent disclosure of an individual’s name, address and social security number. Existing law also provides that copies provided to joint labor-management committees shall be marked only to prevent disclosure of an individual’s name and social security number. This bill provides that copies of records provided to joint labor-management committees shall be marked only to obliterate social security numbers, but not names. This bill also provides that a copy of certified payroll records

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provided to a multiemployer Taft-Hartley trust fund (generally a pension or health and welfare fund) that requests the records for the purpose of allocating contributions to participants shall be marked or obliterated only to prevent disclosure of an individual’s full social security number, but shall provide thelast four digits of the social security number. Prior Legislation: SB 569 (Steinberg) of 2007 would have, among other things, provided that copies of records provided to joint labormanagement committees shall be marked only to obliterate social security numbers, but not names. SB 569 was held under submission in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. ARGUMENTS IN SUPPORT : This bill is sponsored by the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California, who argues that it will enhance the state’s enforcement efforts to combat the underground economy, protect the public’s investment in infrastructure and protect workers from wage theft. The sponsor states that the change in the statute of limitations for claims will allow for adequate time for a legal remedy for workers cheated out of wages they are owed since victims of wage theft are underpaid for years on multiple projects and only come forward when their employment with the contractor ends. In addition, the sponsor states that under current law, a joint labormanagement committee that requests certified payroll records receives them only with the workers’ addresses and not the workers’ names. However, many instances of wage theft involve payroll records that do not report all the hours an employee is actually working. Providing the names of the employees will allow the committee to properly follow-up and determine if the payroll records are fraudulent. Finally, the sponsor states that this bill will provide Taft-Hartley trust funds with the last four digits of social security numbers, enabling the correct allocation of health benefits and pension contributions to workers for which the contributions were made. The sponsor states that the redaction of this information severely hinders this process and often lawsuits are required to obtain this information. Many instances of wage theft involve payroll records that do not report all the hours the employee is actually working and there are occasions when the employer has gone out of business or refuses to cooperate in an audit, so the certified payroll records are the only practicable means for allocating benefit contributions. Similarly, other supporters argue that the extension of the statute of limitations will ensure that any and all violations result in full compensation for the employee and further discourage an employer from attempting to go unnoticed. They argue that this bill will help to prevent the misclassification of workers and ensure that work is done by appropriately-qualified skilled workers.

rights of California workers by changing the law to allow joint labormanagement committees to obtain the names of workers and the last four digits of their social security numbers. They contend that such committees are already entitled to obtain the addresses of these workers, and this additional information wil most certainly enable joint labor-management committee representatives and employees to not only mail information and questionnaires to such workers but to also visit their homes and speak with them and their families directly. In certain circumstances, workers may likely find such visits intrusive and unwelcome. They also raise concern with the provisions of the bill specifying the civil remedies that may be pursued by joint labor-management committees. They state that courts have long held that plaintiffs may only file suit against the actual employer for wage claims. Conversely, Labor Code Section 1775 imposes “joint and several liability” between a contractor and subcontractor for wage claims. Because this bill directs courts to adhere to Section 1775, the opposition contends that the bill is imposing “joint and several liability” where it did not previously exist. Furthermore, pursuant to 1775 (b) the Labor Commissioner may waive penalties related to a subcontractor’s violation. However, they express concern that the courts do not have the same level of expertise as the Labor Commissioner when it comes to certified payroll enforcement and could potentially impose penalties that are not otherwise due pursuant to 1775 (b). They state that if the goal of this measure is to penalize those entities who violate wage law, the bill should be amended to speak only to those entities. REGISTERED SUPPORT / OPPOSITION : Support California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO California State Association of Electrical Workers California State Pipe Trades Council State Building and Construction Trades Council of California(sponsor) Western States Council of Sheet Metal Workers Opposition Air Conditioning Trade Association Associated Builders and Contractors of California Associated General Contractors of California (oppose unless amended) California Association of Sanitation Agencies California Chapter of the American Fence Association California Fence Contractors’ Association California Surety Federation Construction Employers’ Association Engineering Contractors’ Association Flasher Barricade Association Marin Builders Association Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association of California Western Electrical Contractors Association

ARGUMENTS IN OPPOSITION : The opposition argues that the certified payroll record provisions of this bill threaten the privacy

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

Workplace Accidents Can be Costly We all know that safety is essential in construction, but do you realize just how costly a job site injury can be? According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the average eye injury costs $1,463. It may not seem like much money, but the extra expense to pay for injuries has a powerfully negative effect to a company’s bottom line. Why is profitability also an important issue to you? The only way that can stay in business is to operate at a profit, and that ability can be threatened by a serious workplace injury. The Real Cost of Workplace Injuries It may be surprising to hear that most companies do not have a high profit margin – 3 percent is about average. Expenses take a large chunk of the income, and competition limits how much we can charge for the services we provide. Each time an accident occurs, the cost of the injury must be subtracted from profits. Consider the following two examples: • At a 5 percent profit margin, an extra $20,000 in income is needed to compensate for a $1,000 injury. • If the profit margin is nearer to 1 percent, an additional $100,000 worth of new income is necessary to maintain that profit level for the same injury. As you can see, that adds up to a lot of extra contracts just to compensate for a

single injury. Plus, every time a worker gets hurt on the job, other employees are affected too. You may need to work extra hours to make up for the injured worker, the cost of insurance can go up, or the company may be forced to make difficult budget decisions such as cutting hours or having temporary layoffs. Also, recovering from an injury can mean time away from work, reduced compensation, painful rehabilitation and frustrating adjustments to daily life. Practice Prevention Though operating at a profit is essential to our success, our top priority is to keep our employees safe and healthy. That’s why we are counting on you to help practice good safety principles on the job site, including wearing personal protective gear, following all safety procedures and noticing unsafe situations. Safe work behavior will contribute directly to our bottom line as well as to everyone’s job security. By observing safety precautions, we can limit on-the-job accidents.

It is always wiser to spend a bit more time doing the job safely than to risk getting a serious injury.

It is always wiser to spend a bit more time doing the job safely than to risk getting a serious injury. Be sure to always follow our safety guidelines and stay alert for unsafe conditions. Think of practicing good safety as both pain-free and profitable – a win-win situation for everyone! 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

Los accidentes en el lugar de trabajo pueden ser costosos Todos sabemos que la seguridad es esencial en la construcción, ¿pero se da cuenta cuán costoso puede ser sufrir una lesión en el lugar de trabajo? Según la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional (Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA), la lesión ocular promedio cuesta $1,463.Quizás no parezca mucho dinero, pero los gastos adicionales para pagar las lesiones tienen un efecto poderosamente negativo en el resultado de la empresa. ¿Por qué es un asunto importante para usted la rentabilidad? La única manera de que pueda permanecer en el negocio es obteniendo una ganancia y esa capacidad puede verse amenazada por una lesión grave sufrida en el lugar de trabajo. El costo real de las lesiones sufridas en el lugar de trabajo Puede ser sorprendente escuchar que la mayoría de las empresas no tienen un margen alto de ganancia, el 3 por ciento se encuentra en el promedio. Los gastos se llevan una gran parte de los ingresos y la competencia limita lo que podemos cargar a los servicios que proporcionamos. Cada vez que ocurre un accidente, el costo de la lesión debe descontarse de las ganancias. Considere lo siguientes dos ejemplos: • A un margen de ganancia del 5 por ciento, se necesita un ingreso adicional de $20,000 para una lesión de $1,000. • Si el margen de ganancia está más cerca al 1 por ciento, un valor adicional de $100,000 del ingreso nuevo es necesario para mantener el nivel de ganancia para la misma lesión. Como puede ver, esto suma muchos contratos adicionales solo para compensar una única lesión. Además, cada vez que un

trabajador se lesiona en el trabajo, los demás empleados también se ven afectados. Quizás deba trabajar horas adicionales para compensar al trabajador lesionado, el costo del seguro puede subir o la empresa puede verse obligada a tomar difíciles decisiones sobre el presupuesto, como recortar horas o realizar suspensiones temporarias. Además, recuperarse de una lesión puede significar tiempo fuera del trabajo, compensación reducida, rehabilitación dolorosa y adaptaciones frustrantes a la vida diaria. Ponga en práctica la prevención A pesar de que operar obteniendo una ganancia es esencial para nuestro éxito, nuestra prioridad principal es mantener a los empleados seguros y saludables. Es por eso que contamos con usted para ayudar a poner en práctica los buenos principios de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo, inclusive usar el equipo de protección personal, seguir todos los procedimientos de seguridad y notificar las condiciones inseguras. La conducta del trabajo seguro contribuirá directamente a nuestro resultado como también a la seguridad de todos en el trabajo. Al observar las precauciones de seguridad podemos limitar los accidentes en el trabajo.

Siempre es mejor pasar un poco más de tiempo haciendo el trabajo de manera segura que arriesgarse a sufrir una lesión grave.

Siempre es mejor pasar un poco más de tiempo haciendo el trabajo de manera segura que arriesgarse a sufrir una lesión grave. Asegúrese de seguir siempre nuestras pautas de seguridad y esté atento a las condiciones inseguras. Piense que poner en práctica la buena seguridad es rentable e indoloro, ¡una situación de doble beneficio para todos! ESTE FOLLETO TIENE FINES INFORMATIVOS GENERALES EXCLUSIVAMENTE Y NO DEBE CONSIDERARSE COMO UNA RECOMENDACIÓN MÉDICA O LEGAL. CONTENIDOS © 2010 ZYWAVE, INC. TODOS LOS DERECHOS RESERVADOS.

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

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PERMITS

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS ISSUED

Owner Contractor Address Parcel # Construction Harkcom Melissa E /Tr/ Et 3-D REMODELING INC. 87 Skyline Ter Mill Valley 048-233-76 (23) Remodel Kitc Doerschlag Suzanne /Tr/ ENVISION BUILDERS 104 The Alameda San Anselmo 177-220-69 (21-0/2)(22)(12)( Reade Stephen B Tr & GAZZOLI CONSTRUCTION 358 E Strawberry Dr Mill Valle 043-284-58 (24,12,) Conv Gar Jaffe Howard S Tr & DE MELLO ROOFING 365 Dolan Ave Mill Valley 050-141-36 (53) Reroof Brady/Herzig Barbara E /T OWNER/BUILDER 9 Almenar Dr Greenbrae 070-151-38 (21) Exp BathT D Wu April Family Trust CREATIVE ROOFING OF N. CA 89 Calypso Shores Novato 157-310-22 (53) Reroof Olson Lisa Tr WORMOOD INC. 48 Marina Court Dr San Rafael 016-064-38 (23) Kitchen Remo Moreland Ronald MARIN MASTER BUILDERS 25 East Pier Sausalito 901-070-25 (59) Replace Exis Bromwell Walter Family SEPAC ENERGY SYSTEMS 225 Horseshoe Hill Rd Bolinas 188-150-62 (63) Grnd Mtd P V Springfield Rory E /Tr/ & PEDERSON CONSTRUCTION 90 Upland Rd Kentfield 075-012-06 (59) Door And Win Springfield Rory E /Tr/ & SHAMBHALA LANDSCAPES 90 Upland Rd Kentfield 075-012-06 (13)(50)(52) New Newman John S /Tr/ & ABRIL ROOFING CO 2201 Mulberry Ter San Rafael 164-084-03 (53) Reroof Jessen Christian H & SWAN POOLS 332 Mt Shasta Dr San Rafael 164-373-08 (10)(13) New Ingr Scott Richard C & FLOYD CONSTRUCTION 16 Ivy Ln Woodacre 172-191-33 (13) New DeckT D Grooms Loren Q /Tr/ SOLARCITY CORP 906 Vernal Ave Mill Valley 048-112-08 (60) 5.88 Ks Roof Lowry Mara SOLARCITY CORP 4 Starboard Ct Mill Valley 043-101-06 (60) 4.68kw Roof Schneider Richard J & SCHNEIDER RICH DBA SCHNEI 17 Cresthaven Dr San Rafael 180-241-20 (21-0/1)(22) Remo Stevens Theodore J S & H CONSTRUCTION 900 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd Mi 043-031-09 (30) Construct Ne Evans Robert J 3rd HAWTHORNE CO, THE 25 Zephyr Ct San Rafael 164-053-20 (23) Ba Rmdl - Ex Galisson Heather DESIGN BUILD SPECIALISTS 404 Adrian Way San Rafael 180-038-23 (23) Ba Rmdl Barry Kevin T & Tina Re REDICAN HOMES 90 Green Valley Ct San Anselmo 177-011-09 (56) Siding Atherton Amy A /Tr/ Etal CALDER CUSTOM BUILDING 9 Bridge Rd Kentfield 074-062-23 (21)(23)(12)(13)( Pribuss Andrew & KLEP CONSTRUCTION INC 63 Shell Rd Mill Valley 033-092-16 (21)(22)(13) Subs Bowes William K Jr Tr & GEORGE T. FLYNN CONSTRUCT 292 Seadrift Rd Stinson Beach 195-320-13 (58) (56) Rplce W M M B First Mortge Fund OWNER/BUILDER 7 Playa Verde Tiburon 039-191-08 (24-0/0)(12)(59)( Norquist Becky A Etal RADCO & ASSOCIATES INC 17 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 058-091-27 (12) Construct Ne Richards Scott & KASTEN BUILDERS 211 California Ave Mill Valley 051-131-42 (11) Retaining Wa Gottlieb Zachary /Tr/ & E TOP OF THE LINE CONSTRUCT 323 Carrera Dr Mill Valley 200-251-16 (23)(13)(53)(59)( Donnelly Dorothy G /Tr/ CROWN RIDGE ROOFING,INC. 15 Luzanne Cir San Anselmo 176-062-04 (53) Reroof Hendrickson Thomas WOODWORKING WEST 3 Avenida Olema Stinson Beach 195-112-15 (56,58) Repl Wdws Jones Jesse T SUPERIOR STRUCTURES 217 Princeton Ave Mill Valley 051-121-50 (22--0/1) Legaliz

COUNTY OF MARIN PERMITS RECEIVED

Address 80 W Nicasio Rd San Geronimo 75 Verissimo Dr Novato 22 Teaberry Ln Tiburon 3 Sunrise Ln Mill Valley 67 Ridgecrest Rd Kentfield 15 Philip Ter Novato 100 Ocean View Blvd Dillon Beach 100 Ocean View Bl Dillon Beach 38 Oak Mountain Ct San Rafael 403 Maple St Mill Valley 414 Ash St Mill Valley 840 Autumn Ln Mill Valley 431 Bloom Ln Novato 120 Churchill Ln Novato 355 Countyview Dr Mill Valley 190 Crest Rd Novato 1 Dillon Beach Rd Dillon Beach 5 Dillon Beach Rd Dillon Beach 0 Lucas Valley Road Adj. To 775 Miller C 126 Van Tassel Ct San Anselmo 800 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd Mill Valley 25 Zephyr Ct San Rafael

Owner Andrews Amber Sloan Patricia B /Tr/ Porter Christopher A & Todd Christopher & Whistler William D /Tr/ Rosenberg Kenneth P Cal Water Service Co Cal Water Service Co Hutchinson John L & Simmons Judd Y & Riviera Jodi Smart Roland Bacciocco Louis F & Mac Lachlan Chad & Wheelan Julie /Tr/ Etal Butterfield 401k Trust Cal Water Service Co Cal Water Service Co County Of Marin Roads Krausz Dorian B /Tr/ Strawberry Village Retail Evans Robert J 3rd

Work (63) Ground-Monted Pv 19.11 Kw (54)(55) Partial Foundation Re (59) Replace 3 Window W/Slider Driveway Retaining Walls**Bwo (22) Remodel Living, Dining, K (50)(65)(54) At&T Modification (50) Pull Meter To Clean, Insp (50) Meter Inspection - Pull, (23) Remodel Bath (55) Foundation Strengthening (23)(12)(59) Remodel Kitchen, (21-0/0, 23) Addition And Remo (10) Pool RemodelT D 5/14/13 (10) Pool With Cover (22) Interior Remodel Kitchen (24-1/2)(13) Convert & Legaliz (50) Meter Panel Cleaning & In (50) Pull Meter To Clean, Insp (65)(50) Telecom Pole Bwop - Nos At Rear Property (50)(92) Install Elect Sign (23) Ba Rmdl - Express

Value $17,400 $1,300,000 $28,000 $15,250 $45,000 $13,235 $16,800 $18,500 $45,000 $15,000 $26,570 $13,000 $47,000 $10,000 $22,000 $22,000 $125,000 $1,800,000 $40,000 $11,500 $15,000 $80,000 $20,000 $43,000 $75,000 $50,000 $25,000 $96,000 $18,645 $38,600 $35,000

Value $78,000 $15,000 $20,000 $0 $350,000 $94,610 $200 $200 $50,000 $20,500 $299,000 $122,500 $15,000 $60,015 $75,000 $40,000 $200 $200 $75,000 $0 $4,599 $40,000

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS ISSUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Novato

4/29

Hitchcock Michael J /Tr/ & Agape All American Roofing Co

239 San Ramon Reroof Way

$13,840

Novato

4/30

Kramme Stephen H &

Second Generation Roofing

456 Wood Hollow Dr

Reroof

$10,830

Novato

4/30

Mc Cormick Andrew & Etal

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

11 Driftwood Ave

Minor Construction

$17,000

Novato

4/30

Marin Humane Society

Downing Heating & Air 171 Bel Marin Cond. Keys Blvd

Hvac

$146,260

Novato

5/2

Real Equity Parntners Llc

Lic.Contract.Hired By Owner

777 Sun Ln

Minor Construction

$10,000

Novato

5/2

Priolo Salvatore J Tr &

Sungate Energy Solutions Inc

17 Monroe Ct

Solar

$10,912

Novato

5/2

Crosspoint Realty

Porter’S Mechanical

208 Vintage Way (K-7)

Mechanical

$13,500

Novato

5/2

Marin Cou Humane Soc

Mcleran, Inc.

171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd

Reroof

$24,000

Novato

5/2

Carrasco George &

A1 Solar Power Inc

210 Montura Way

Minor Construction

$40,000

Novato

5/2

Crosspoint Realty Services

Jon Van Vleck

208 Vintage Way K-7

Tenant Improvement

$120,000

Novato

5/3

Partridge Knolls Condo Assoc

Creative Roofing Of Northern C

51 Little Creek

Reroof

$42,855

San Rafael

4/23

O’Rielly Matthew J &

O’Rielly Matthew J &

4 Sunset Way

Alter-Sfd

$10,000

San Rafael

4/23

Younan Nelson /Tr/

Younan Nelson /Tr/

545 Heather Way

Alter-Sfd

$12,000

San Rafael

4/23

Bassing Peter J /Tr/ &

Huntington Construction

146 Ridgewood Dr

Alter-Sfd

$25,000

San Rafael

4/23

Jkrystal@Yahoo.Com

Fred Divine Architects

222 Bret Harte Rd

Alter-Sfd

$110,055

San Rafael

4/25

Robert Guigley

98 Graceland Dr

Alter-Sfd

$12,000

San Rafael

4/25

Burglin Paul Richard

13 Dominican Dr

Alter-Sfd

$15,000

San Rafael

4/25

Henderson Geoffrey

Plonowski Architects + Bldrs

17 Hart St

Alter-Sfd

$18,000

San Rafael

4/25

Jbr Sr Lease Llc

Centimark Corp

760 Francisco Blvd W

AlterCommercial

$37,864

Freeman Daniel &

San Rafael

4/25

Freeman Daniel &

San Rafael

4/25

Porter Christopher R

San Rafael

4/29

Wolfensperger David

Contractor

Catalyzing Construction

Site Address

Type

Valuation

35 Martens Blvd Alter-Sfd

$40,000

1618 Grand Ave Alter-Duplex

$52,860

250 Locust Ave

$45,000

Alter-Sfd

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PERMITS

CITY & TOWN PERMITS CONTINUED City/Town

Issue Date

Owner

Contractor

Site Address

Type

Valuation

Tiburon

4/29

Martin Jackson

A1 Solar Power Inc

915 Tiburon Blvd

Solar

$17,500

Tiburon

4/29

Ryan Aytay

James M Woods

587 Virginia Drive

Replace Deck

$20,000

Tiburon

5/1

Emale Mobarekeh

Land Construction

90 Lyford Drive #4

2 Bath Remodel

$18,500

Tiburon

5/1

Kathy & Miles Kilburn

Apex General Building, Inc.

1754 Lagoon View Drive

Kitchen & Bath Remodel

$35,000

Tiburon

5/1

John & Paula Gambs

Mill Valley Garden Design

4895 Paradise Drive

Install steps & Handrail

$80,000

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS COMPLETIONS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

04/29/2013

CF CONTRACTING INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0029487

05/02/2013

COUNTY OF MARIN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0030515

05/02/2013

GARDENERS GUILD INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0030515

04/29/2013

GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0029487

05/02/2013

MARIN COUNTY (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0030515

05/01/2013

MICHAEL PAUL COMPANY INC (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0030195

05/01/2013

TIBURON TOWN (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0030195

05/01/2013

TOWN OF TIBURON (I)

(none)

COMPLETION

2013-0030195

Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

05/02/2013

BAYPOINT LAGOONS ASSOCIATION (E)

LARSON SVEN (O)

LIEN

2013-0030392

05/02/2013

BAYPOINT LAGOONS ASSOCIATION (E)

LARSON VIVIAN (O)

LIEN

2013-0030392

LIENS

05/02/2013

CITY OF SAN RAFAEL (E)

HARREN SCOTT (O)

LIEN

2013-0030474

05/01/2013

COUNTY OF MARIN (E)

HOMEWARD BOUND OF MARIN (O)

LIEN

2013-0030086

05/01/2013

COUNTY OF MARIN (E)

HOMEWARD BOUND OF MARIN (O)

LIEN

2013-0030087

05/01/2013

COUNTY OF MARIN (E)

LIFEHOUSE INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0030088

05/01/2013

COUNTY OF MARIN (E)

LIFEHOUSE INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0030089

04/30/2013

HURRICANE HAULING & DEMO INC (E)

LYONS ROBERT (O)

LIEN

2013-0029789

04/30/2013

HURRICANE HAULING & DEMOLITION INC (E)

LYONS ROBERT (O)

LIEN

2013-0029789

04/30/2013

LYON RESTORATION INC (E)

PETRICK RICHARD (O)

LIEN

2013-0029837

05/01/2013

MARIN COUNTY (E)

HOMEWARD BOUND OF MARIN (O)

LIEN

2013-0030086

05/01/2013

MARIN COUNTY (E)

HOMEWARD BOUND OF MARIN (O)

LIEN

2013-0030087

05/01/2013

MARIN COUNTY (E)

LIFEHOUSE INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0030089

05/01/2013

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

EVELYN M NELSON TRUST - 1989 (O)

LIEN

2013-0030260

05/01/2013

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

LINDELLI SUZANNE N (O)

LIEN

2013-0030260

05/01/2013

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

LINDELLI SUZANNE N / TR/ (O)

LIEN

2013-0030260

05/01/2013

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (E)

LINDELLI SUZANNE NELSON (O)

LIEN

2013-0030260

05/02/2013

SAN RAFAEL CITY (E)

HARREN SCOTT (O)

LIEN

2013-0030474

05/01/2013

STATE OF CALIFORNIA (E)

LIFEHOUSE INC (O)

LIEN

2013-0030088

04/29/2013

U S OF AMERICA (E)

FLORES JAMES (O)

LIEN

2013-0029297

05/02/2013

WESTERN OAKS VILLIAGE HOA (E)

WONG TOMMY (O)

LIEN

2013-0030510

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS RELEASE OF LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

04/29/2013

AMALFI RIDGE LLC (E)

ROOFLINE DELIVERY & SUPPLY-OAKLAND (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0029368

05/03/2013

CHRISTENSEN PAUL (E)

PARKVIEW TERRACE RECREATION ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030915

05/01/2013

EVELYN M NELSON TRUST (E)

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030259

05/03/2013

HALL SHIRLEY A (E)

MARIN CITY TOWNHOMES OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030801

05/03/2013

JORDAN CHERYL A (E)

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030869

05/02/2013

KIELBASA ELAINE (E)

MCT GROUP (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030390

05/02/2013

KIELBASA ELAINE M (E)

MCT GROUP (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030390

05/02/2013

KIELBASA ELAINE MARIE (E)

MCT GROUP (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030390

05/02/2013

KIELBASA ELAINE MARIE SR (E)

MCT GROUP (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030390

04/30/2013

LAWNICZAK MOLLIE K (E)

MARIN CITY TOWNHOMES OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0029855

04/30/2013

LAWNICZAK STEPHEN M (E)

MARIN CITY TOWNHOMES OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0029855

05/01/2013

LINDELLI SUSAN N (E)

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030259

05/01/2013

LINDELLI SUZANNE N /TR/ (E)

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030259

05/01/2013

LINDELLI SUZANNE NELSON /TR/ (E)

PACHECO VILLA OWNERS ASSOCIATION (O)

RELEASE OF LIEN

2013-0030259

05/01/2013

LONG MALVERN P (E)

SOLANO COUNTY RELEASE OF DEPARTMENT OF CHILD LIEN SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

2013-0030098

05/01/2013

LONG MALVERN P (E)

SOLANO COUNTY RELEASE OF DEPARTMENT OF CHILD LIEN SUPPORT SERVICES (O)

2013-0030099

05/03/2013

MA KARL (E)

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER INC (O)

2013-0030869

RELEASE OF LIEN

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TAX LIENS & COMPLETIONS TAX LIENS Recording Date

Grantors/Grantees

Grantees/Grantors

Title

Document Number

04/30/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

JATSEK INCORPORATED (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029524

04/30/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

CAPROCK ASSOCIATES LLC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029525

04/30/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WINDSOR TAX LIEN TECHNOLOGIES INC (O)

2013-0029526

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

A BETTER TRAFFIC SCHOOL CO INC (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030381

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

TRI-EQUITY TAX LIEN INTERNATIONAL LLC (O)

2013-0030382

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KILLIPS CLIFFORD S (O) TAX LIEN

2013-0030394

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

KILLIPS EVA L (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030394

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

GRAMLY MATTHEW (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030395

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SHIELDS JOHN D (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030396

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

ROSS ROBERT A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030397

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

FLATH VIRGINIA E (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030398

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

AYALAPAZ LISVINA Y (O) TAX LIEN

2013-0030399

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

SANTAMARIA REMEDIOS (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030400

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

POGUE ROBERT M (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030405

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

NELSON BENTLEY A (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030628

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MC CULLOUGH CHRISTOPHER J (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030629

05/02/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

WHITE REVIS (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030630

05/03/2013

FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (E)

MURPHY MORGAN G (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0030881

04/29/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CARLSON EDWIN O (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029451

04/29/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CARLSON KIM D (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029451

04/29/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CIAMBRIELLO JILL K (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029452

04/29/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

CIAMBRIELLO TINO P (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029452

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DEMOSS EMMETT R (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029519

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DEMOSS EMMETT R (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029520

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

DEMOSS SARAH C (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029520

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

COLEMAN AMY (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029521

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

MC GINNIS JAMES (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029521

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BARKER JAMES T (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029522

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

BARKER LESLIE H (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029522

04/30/2013

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (E)

ARTHUN JOHN G (O)

TAX LIEN

2013-0029523

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Reroof Dublin/Pleasanton Station Supervisor's Building

Pleasanton

091B, 063C

San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District

5/7/2013

2:30 PM

Main Jail Dental Room Installation

Santa Cruz

104B, 016C

Santa Cruz, County of

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Slurry Seal Resurfacing on Approx 5.08 Miles of Various Roadways

Alameda Co.

107B/03 Alameda, County of 2C

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Robinwood/Denise - Storm Drain Repair & Road Stabilization

Hillsborough

113B,07 Hillsborough, Town of 9C

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Washington Elementary School PG&E Primary Service Upgrade Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley Unified School District

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Fourth Street Improvements Between Pine Street and “K” Street Madera

Online

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Demolition of Substandard Structures

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Harding Elementary School Phase II- Waterproofing

El Cerrito

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Wembly Drive Storm Drian System Improvements

Danville

ONLINE Danville, Town of

Madera, City of

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Streetlight and Public Facilities’ Light Maintenance

Fremont

Online

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

2013-14 Citywide Overlay

Union City

ONLINE Union City, city of

Fremont, City of

5/7/2013

12:00 PM

The Sports Authority Tenant Improvements

Antioch

ONLINE

5/7/2013

1:00 PM

UT FD&C Demo & Asbestos Removal on 5th Floor

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

5/7/2013

3:00 PM

Tenant Improvements Hasting College of Law

San Francisco

ONLINE Hasting College of Law

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Casa de Serena Path of Travel Improvements

Bay Point

ONLINE Contra Costa Housing Authority

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

San Rafael Bus Facility Lighting Improvements

San Rafael

ONLINE Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

CDE Parking Lot Repairs & Upgrades

Fremont

Online

5/7/2013

11:00 AM

Walmart Supercenter

San Clemente

ONLINE Shames Construction

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Walmart # 1575

Oroville

ONLINE Hilbers, Inc.

5/7/2013

3:00 PM

King Middle School Track & Field Improvement

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley Unified School District

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

James Madison Elementary School Seismic Upgrade & Window San Leandro Replacement

ONLINE Harrison Engineering, Inc.

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Civic Center Building & Public Safety Building Data Center Upgrades

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of Public Works

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Refurbishment of the M.S. San Francisco Ferry

San Francisco

Online

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Stevens Creek Corridor Park & Restoration Phase 2

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino, city of

5/7/2013

4:00 PM

Garberville Drinking Water Improvement Project

Garberville

ONLINE SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists, Inc.

5/7/2013

12:00 PM

Bath & Body Works Store No. 14202016

Santa Clara

ONLINE Tri-North Builders

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

East-West Water Transmission Pipeline Segment 3, 36-Inch

Fairfield

ONLINE Fairfield, City Of

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Zellerbach Auditorium Accessibility Upgrades

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Leigh High School Library Modernization

San Jose

ONLINE Bartos Architecture

Department of General Services

Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Removal of Lead Based Paint and/or Asbestos Containting Materials

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Macy's Store

Sacramento

ONLINE SD Deacon General Contractors

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Public Safety Building Roofing Repairs

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, City of Public Works

5/7/2013

2:00 PM

Parking Lot Repair

Stockton

ONLINE

5/7/2013

10:00 AM

Powers-Ginsburg Elementary School Themoplastic PVC Roofing

Fresno

Online

5/7/2013

2:00 AM

Crestmoor (Glenview) Neighborhood Reconstruction - Phase III San Bruno Utility Replacement Project

R052

5/8/2013

10:00 AM

Winchester Blvd; Knowles Avenue Intersection Improvements

Los Gatos

017C

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Reroofing at Various Sites

Mill Valley

040C

5/8/2013

10:30 AM

FY 2012-13 Annual Street Resurfacing

Los Gatos

045C

Los Gatos, Town of

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Sabercat Creek Erosion Repair

Fremont

122B, 072C

Alameda County Water District

5/8/2013

1:00 PM

Sankofa Academy at Washington Elementary School Interim Housing Project

Oakland

D003, 037C

5/8/2013

1:30 PM

Madison Middle School Interim Housing

Oakland

D004, 035C

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

P Street Sewer Improvements - 5th to 7th Street

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, City of

5/8/2013

12:00 PM

FY13/14 HVAC Maintenance Service Agreement

Healdsburg

Online

5/8/2013

10:00 AM

Restroom Addition at Alvarado ES & Eastin ES

Union City

ONLINE Aedis Architecture & Planning

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Modernization Building D/Classroom at WC Overfelt High School

San Jose

ONLINE Midstate Construction

5/8/2013

10:00 AM

Wag Hotel (Specs on Plans)

Redwood City

ONLINE W.L. Butler

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Ninos Park, Phase 2

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/8/2013

3:00 PM

RFQ - Lease-Leaseback Service for Flint Parking Structure Repairs

Cupertino

ONLINE Fryer Roofing Co.

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Winston Churchill Middle School, Landscape & Irrigation

Carmichael

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Maintenance Dredging and Furnishing Pile Driver Crew for Repairs to Docks and Waterfront Facilities for Port of Oakland

Oakland

Online

5/8/2013

2:30 PM

Sycamore Grove Wetmore Entrance Site Improvements

Livermore

ONLINE Livermore Area Recreation & Park District

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Ninos Park, Phase 2

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Liberty Community Plaza

Whittier

ONLINE KPRS Construction Services

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

McDonald's # 04-6319 Remodel

Turlock

ONLINE KDC Construction

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Residential Resurfacing Project 2013

Yuba City

Online

Yuba City, City of

5/8/2013

1:30 PM

Janitorial Services Grass Valley

Grass Valley

Online

Department of Motor Vehicles

5/8/2013

2:00 PM

Vincent Academy at Ralph J. Bunche High School Portable Installation

Oakland*

R028/01 4C

5/8/2013

2:30 PM

Interim Housing Project Greenleaf at Whittier Elementary School Oakland*

R090/04 3C

5/9/2013

11:00 AM

Pipeline Installation & Channel Repairs Gorman Creek Improvements Channel - South of Orwin Way

Los Angeles County

102B, 004C

California Natural Resources Agency

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Laguna Water Meter Installaton - Area B

Sacramento

108B,

Sacramento, County of

Fresno Unified School District

Los Gatos, Town of

Healdsburg, City Of

Port Of Oakland

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City Foster City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Parking Lots Resurfacing Project

5/9/2013

1:00 PM

Mar East Pump Stations 1, 2, 3 & 4 Power Feed Improvements Tiburon*

120B/06 4C

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Field House Complexes - Prospect, Branham & Del Mar High School

Campbell

ONLINE Bartos Architecture

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Bodie State Historic Park Site Improvements

Bridgeport

ONLINE State of California

5/9/2013

5:00 PM

Chula Vista Family Health Center

Chula Vista

ONLINE RDC Austin Commercial, Inc

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

1903 El Dorado Street Demolition & Abatement Project

Vallejo

ONLINE Vallejo, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Grand Kansas (No GC Openings)

El Segundo

ONLINE Lusardi Construction Co.

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Mountain View Avenue Widening - Clearing & Grubbing

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, County of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Martial Cottle Park

San Jose

ONLINE F & H Construction

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Relocatable & Sitework at Carlton and Lietz Elementary School San Jose

ONLINE Union School Distirct

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Relocatable & Sitework at Alta Vista Elementary & Union Middle San Jose School

ONLINE Union School Distirct

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Clean and Paint Timber Bridge Rail

Online

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

36" Relief Sewer and 14" Water Main Replacement in N. Marks Fresno Avenue

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

San Jose International Airport Northeast Parcel Development

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

Public Works General Engineering Conract for Sewer Repairs 2013-2015

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/9/2013

1:30 PM

West Country Club Reconstruction, Phase 5 (Delano Avenue: Alpine Avenue to Del Rio Drive)

Stockton

Online

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Campus Path of Travel Renovation

Stockton

ONLINE San Joaquin Delta Community College District

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Asphalt Concrete Cold Planing for Fiscal Year 2013-14

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/9/2013

10:00 AM

Fire Flow Improvement Program Marin Drive Pipeline Replacement Project

Corte Madera

Online

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Street Rehab: Rambouillet Road

Paso Robles

ONLINE Paso de Robles, City Of

5/9/2013

1:30 PM

Alice Road Resurfacing (West Ripon Road to Sedan Avenue)

Stockton

ONLINE San Joaquin, County of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Campus Quad Paving Improvements (Rebid)

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

Maintenance Building at the Muncy Education Center

Modesto

ONLINE Timothy P. Huff & Associates, Inc

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Truck Hauling Services for Asphalt Concrete & Asphalt Concrete Grindings for Fiscal Year 2013-14

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Purchase of Hot Mix Asphalt for Fiscal Year 2013-14

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/9/2013

1:30 PM

Collier Road Resurfacing (Lower Sacramento Road to North 99 Stockton Frontage Road East)

Online

San Joaquin, County of

5/9/2013

1:30 PM

Fleet Services Yard Repavement (Southeast corner of Wilson Way and Sonora Street)

Stockton

Online

San Joaquin, County of

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

Citywide City Facilities Service Conversions

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

The Rehabilitation of Sanitary Sewers and Storm Drain in the Easement Between York Street and Erie Street and Sanitary Sewers in the Easement by Wellington Street and in the Easement by Brighton Avenue

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

Santa Cruz Co.

119B

Foster, City of

Santa Cruz, County of

ONLINE Fresno, City of

San Joaquin, County of

Marin Municipal Water District

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

Pavement Rehabilitation at Alta Sierra Intermediate

Clovis

Online

Clovis Unified School District

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Exterior door replacement project for Merced DMV

Merced

Online

Department of Motor Vehicles

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

7093-Taxiway W Extension (D to G)

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Cosumnes River College Building Art Gallery

Sacramento

ONLINE Los Rios Community College District

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

On-Call Sanitary Sewers Emergency

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Police Firearms Practice Range Restroom Buildings

Tracy

ONLINE Tracy, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Pedestrian Safety Improvements

Oakland

ONLINE Oakland, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Sequioa High School Chemistry Laboratory Modernization

Redwood City

ONLINE IBI Group Architecture Planning

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Mountain View Avenue & UPRR Pre-Signal Grade Crossing Improvements

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, County of

5/9/2013

2:30 PM

Parking Lot and Playcourt Rehabilitation at Various Schools

Clovis

Online

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

First Street Corridor Improvements

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Exterior Painting Project @ Various CUSD School Sites-Blue Hills, MacAuliffe Elem School

Cupertino

ONLINE Swinerton Management

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

5591-Transportation Incident Management Center Facility Improvements

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City Of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

16 in and 18 in Ductile Iron Water Main Installation on Indiana, Tennessee, Mariposa and 3rd Street- REBID

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Brush Creek Rd & Badger Rd - 2013 City Overlay

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Sump 119 Outfall Structure Demolition

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

American River College Culinary Arts Modernization & Expansion

Sacramento

ONLINE Los Rios Community College District

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Kensington Elementary School Moisture Abatement

Kensington

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/9/2013

3:00 PM

Residential & Collector Street Rehabilitation

Campbell

ONLINE Campbell, city of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

18th, 19th, Carolina, Connecticut, Indiana, Minnesota, Texas and Wisconsin Streets Sewer Replacement

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Sewer Mains Video Inspection & Cleaning, Phase 6

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City of

5/9/2013

2:00 PM

Safe Routes to School - Federal Grant Cycle 3

Merced

ONLINE Merced, City Of

5/10/2013

1:00 PM

2010 Pavement Preservation Program-Bonded Wearing Course Sonoma Co.

128B/08 Sonoma, County of 5C

5/10/2013

2:30 PM

Preparation, Repairs & Interior Painting at Terra Linda High School Gymnasium

San Rafael

129B

5/10/2013

2:00 PM

Oakland Coliseum Parking Lot Repair, Seal & Stripe & Bollard Repair

Oakland

ONLINE Department of Motor Vehicles

5/10/2013

3:00 PM

Mindego Gateway Staging Area

Los Altos

ONLINE Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

5/10/2013

2:00 PM

Santa Cruz Branch Line Bridge Supports, Repairs, and Member Santa Cruz Replacement

ONLINE Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission

5/10/2013

1:00 PM

City Storage

ONLINE Huff Construction Company, Inc

Emeryville

Clovis Unified School District

San Rafael City School District

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/10/2013

3:00 PM

Portable Security Camera Systems

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/10/2013

10:00 AM

Sunnyvale Courtyard Marriott

Sunnyvale

ONLINE W.L. Butler

5/10/2013

2:00 PM

Panera Bread # 894 Remodel

Elk Grove

ONLINE KDC Construction

5/13/2013

2:00 PM

Measure C - Elementary Schools Exterior Painting Improvements, Package 1

Concord

ONLINE Mt Diablo Unified School District

5/13/2013

3:00 PM

Traffic Signs

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/13/2013

4:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance at CHP Amador Area Office

Jackson

ONLINE California Highway Patrol, Dept of

5/13/2013

1:00 PM

City of Yuba City Fire Station No. 7 Driveway Replacement & Miscellaneous Improvements

Yuba City

Online

5/13/2013

2:00 PM

NCHS Mission Mesa Pediatric Clinic

Oceanside

ONLINE Watkins Landmark Construction

5/13/2013

2:00 PM

Relocation of Modular Buildings at Short Elementary School

San Rafael

ONLINE San Rafael City School District

5/13/2013

4:00 PM

Exterior & Interior Painting at CHP Los Banos Area Office

Los Banos

ONLINE California Highway Patrol, Dept of

5/13/2013

3:00 PM

San Leandro Veterans Memorial Building Passenger Elevator

San Leandro

ONLINE Alameda, County of

5/13/2013

2:00 PM

Sanitary Sewer Point Repair

Burlingame

ONLINE Burlingame, City of

5/13/2013

2:00 PM

Smart & Final # 401

Hayward

ONLINE Savant Construction

5/13/2013

3:00 PM

East Bay Greenway Coliseum Bart Station to 85th Avenue, Class I Path

Oakland

ONLINE Alameda County Transportation Commission

5/13/2013

2:00 PM

Fire Station No 2 Installation of New Copper Pipes

Alameda

ONLINE Alameda, City of

5/13/2013

1:30 PM

Relocation of Modular Buildings at San Pedro Elementary School

San Rafael

R010

San Rafael City School District

5/13/2013

1:00 PM

Relocation of Modular Buildings at Venetia Valley School

San Rafael

R100

San Rafael City School District

5/14/2013

3:00 PM

Red Dog Road Improvements

Nevada County

062C

Nevada, County Of

5/14/2013

10:00 AM

Asphalt Seal at Various District Sites

Fairfield

097C

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Repair of Damaged & Displaced Sections of Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks Unit No. 15

Eden Township

105B, 071C

Alameda, County of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Sidewalk Rehabilitation & Wheelchair Rampss FY 13

Hayward

117B, 082C

Hayward, city of

5/14/2013

2:30 PM

2013 Street Resurfacing

Livermore

126B, 041C

Livermore, city of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

2013-14 Street Slurry Seal & Cape Seal

Daly City

ONLINE Daly City, City Of

5/14/2013

10:00 AM

Tisdale BLF Boarding Floats Project

Sutter Co.

ONLINE Sutter, County Of

5/14/2013

3:00 PM

Wastewater Compliance Project

Ione

ONLINE Ione, city of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Apartment Turnover Services for University Property Management

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco State University

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Citywide Bridge Preventive Maintenance Project

Fremont

ONLINE Fremont, City of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Summit State Bank-Remedial Repairs

Santa Rosa

ONLINE SD Deacon General Contractors

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Design Build of Lift Station #5 South Field

Oakland

Online

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Herndon, Clovis to Fowler - Street Improvements

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

Yuba City, City of

Port Of Oakland

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/14/2013

3:00 PM

Las Vistas 1 Accessibility

San Leandro

ONLINE Alameda, County of

5/14/2013

10:00 AM

7-Eleven Store

Sacramento

ONLINE FCI

5/14/2013

3:00 PM

Pool Tile & Plaster Replacement Added Work PE-6 ADA Shower Upgrade

Los Altos

ONLINE Fryer Roofing Co.

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Willow Avenue Expressway Barrier Fencing

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Public Work Corp. Yard Remodel Building 7

Merced

ONLINE Merced, City Of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

CG Alameda Solar PV Carport

Alameda

ONLINE D-Square Construction

5/14/2013

4:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance at CHP Oakhurst Area Office

Oakhurst

ONLINE California Highway Patrol, Dept of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Janitorial Services for Tracy DMV

Tracy

Online

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Murphy Elementary School New Flashing Assemblies

Richmond

ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/14/2013

4:00 PM

HVAC Maintenance at CHP Oakhurst Area Office

Oakhurst

ONLINE California Highway Patrol, Dept of

5/14/2013

4:00 PM

Roof Maintenance at CHP Oakhurst Area Office

Oakhurst

ONLINE California Highway Patrol, Dept of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Interior & Exterior Painting at CHP Porterville Field Area Office

Porterville

ONLINE California Highway Patrol, Dept of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Tenant Improvement Office Remodel

Oakley

ONLINE Diablo Water District

5/14/2013

10:30 AM

San Anselmo Pipeline Replacement Project

San Anselmo

ONLINE Marin Municipal Water District

5/14/2013

10:00 AM

Conifer Way Upper Tank Replacement Project

Corte Madera

Online

5/14/2013

2:30 PM

Traffic Signal Maintenance at Various Locations

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Walnut Creek, city of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

SF Community School Exterior Building Envelope Repairs

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

5/14/2013

3:00 PM

Wastewater Collection & Treatment Improvement - Schedule B Treatment

Dunsmuir

ONLINE Pace Engineering

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Inspection & Condition Assessment Support for Sanitary Sewer Alameda Mains in the City of Alameda, Phase 6

ONLINE Alameda, City of

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Novato Fire Protection District Station 64

ONLINE Kitchell CEM

5/14/2013

2:00 PM

Art Department Modernization:Buildings 1 & 30 Modifications at Monterey Monterey Peninsula College

ONLINE Monterey Peninsula Community College Dist

5/15/2013

10:00 AM

Asphalt Project at Fairview and Oakbrook Schools

Fairfield

101C

5/15/2013

1:30 PM

Pipeline Relocation Schnitzer Steel Facility

Oakland*

112B/03 East Bay Municipal 4C Utility District

5/15/2013

3:00 PM

Walsh Elevated Storage Tank

Santa Clara

133B/00 Santa Clara, City of 2C

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Wilmington Pump Station Upgrade

Petaluma

B119

5/15/2013

1:30 PM

Hink No. 2, Miranda & Blackhawk No. 1 & 2 Reservoirs Rehabilitation

Lafayette/Alamo/Blac B121/02 East Bay Municipal khawk* 9 Utility District

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

301 E. Coolidge Ave Water Main Replacement & Paving of Parking Lot (Rebid)

Modesto

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Kern Valley High School:CTEFP Modernization Phase Three for Lake Isabella Agricultural & Natural Resources Plant & Soil Science Classroom

ONLINE Kern High School District

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Reroof Residence R4-51

Online

Novato

Watsonville

Department of Motor Vehicles

Marin Municipal Water District

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District

Petaluma, City of

ONLINE Timothy P. Huff & Associates, Inc

California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Hanlees Hilltop Volkswagen

Richmond

ONLINE Wells Construction Inc.

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Pet Food Express Tenant Improvements

Redwood City

ONLINE TKE Construction

5/15/2013

11:00 AM

Lowell High School Tennis Court Improvements

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco Unified School District

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Wright Charter School Modernization

Santa Rosa

ONLINE TLCD Architecture

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

SFO Training Center

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

5/15/2013

2:30 PM

Pavement Renovation - Pine Street, Sacramento Street & Stockton Street

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/15/2013

2:30 PM

E.S.E.R. BOND NO. 1 Fire Station No. 36 Comprehensive Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Exterior Sign Replacement for Merced DMV Field Office

Merced

Online

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Freeport Shores Bike & Pedestrian Trail Project

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/15/2013

5:00 PM

Resources Buildings, 6th Floor, Dept Of Water Resources-RFQ Sacramento

ONLINE D.W. Nicholson

5/15/2013

5:00 PM

Hunting Hollow Shade Ramada At Henry W. Coe State Park

ONLINE State of California State Parks

5/15/2013

2:30 PM

As-Needed Sidewalk Inspection & Repair Program (SIRP) No. 5 San Francisco

Morgan Hill

Department of Motor Vehicles

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/15/2013

4:30 PM

225 Madera Ave.

Modesto

Online

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Curtis Park Village 2B & 3

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

Modesto, City of

5/15/2013

1:00 PM

Building G & N Classroom Modernization at Independence High San Jose School

ONLINE East Side Union High School District

5/15/2013

3:00 PM

Massachusetts Avenue Arizona Way Intersection Improvements Redwood City

ONLINE Redwood City, city of

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Starbucks Coffee # 6474 (Specs on Plans)

Pleasanton

ONLINE Wells Construction Inc.

5/15/2013

2:00 PM

Janitorial Services to City Parks Restrooms

Campbell

Online

5/15/2013

3:00 PM

Air Flotation Tank 1 and 4 Improvements

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

5/15/2013

2:30 PM

Pavement Renovation & Sewer Replacement - 20th Avenue & Lincoln Way

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/15/2013

11:00 AM

Storage Building Site Utilities

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

5/16/2013

10:00 AM

Roofing Project at Various Sites

Various

102C

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Sir Francis Drake Blvd. MP 20.70 Slide Area

San Rafael

116B, 067C

Marin, county of

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Pavement Preservation Program-Overlays

Sonoma Co.

121B/07 Sonoma, County of 0C

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Lincoln Avenue Sewer Improvement Project 2nd & Ritter Streets to Mission Ave

San Rafael*

134B/08 6C

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Grant Line Access Road Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Elk Grove, City of

5/16/2013

3:00 PM

Campus Co-Generation Plant Project-RFQ

Seaside

ONLINE California State University Monterey Bay

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Tenant Improvements - Flooring & Base Replacement

Los Angeles

ONLINE

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

St. Helena High School Site Electrical Changes Project

St. Helena

ONLINE Greystone West Company

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Seaside Parking Lot Repair, Seal & Stripe-DMV

Seaside

ONLINE Department of Motor

Campbell, city of

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/16/2013

2:30 PM

District-Wide Sportsfield Renovations

San Mateo Co.

ONLINE Sequoia Union High School Dist

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

TG07.1R Structural Steel Superstructure Package

San Francisco

ONLINE Webcor/Obayashi Joint Venture

5/16/2013

3:00 PM

2013 Remove and Replace Asphalt Concrete Pavement

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose, City of

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Eureka Canyon Road PM 7.2 Storm Damage Repair Project

Corralitos

Online

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Laguna Treatment Plant Trunk Sewer & Vault Improvements Phase 2

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Marsh Street Parking Garage Painting

San Luis Obispo

Online

5/16/2013

10:00 AM

Jail Medium Security Fencing

Yuba City

ONLINE Sutter, County Of

5/16/2013

10:00 AM

1540 Webster Street/135 Harrison Street Renovation-RFP

Oakland

ONLINE California Affordable Housing Initiatives, Inc

5/16/2013

2:30 PM

HVAC Duct Cleaning

Pleasanton

Online

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Stockton Channel Annual Maintenance

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/16/2013

4:00 PM

Centerra Tower

San Jose

ONLINE Barry Swenson Builder

5/16/2013

4:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance Service for Santa Nella Villages Phases 1, 2 & 4

Santa Nella

ONLINE Merced, County of

5/16/2013

3:00 PM

Phase 2 Enhancements Integration of Groundwater Monitoring Wells & Groundwater Extraction Wells

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Mel Leong Treatment Plant Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades-RFQ

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Sewer Pipe Cleaning Service

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Parking Lot O & Adjacent Roadway Repair

Hayward

Online

5/16/2013

2:00 PM

Dwight Road Extension

Elk Grove

ONLINE Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

5/16/2013

3:00 PM

Artist Services for Joseph Emery Park Skate Spot

Emeryville

ONLINE Emeryville, City of

5/17/2013

2:00 PM

Sather Road Path of Travel Improvements

Berkeley

ONLINE University of California, Berkeley

5/17/2013

10:00 AM

Various High School Gym Floor Refinishing

Sacramento Co.

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

5/17/2013

5:00 PM

HVAC Repair, Los Banos Wildlife Area

Los Banos

Online

5/17/2013

1:30 PM

Bay Trail Gap Closure - Ferry Pt/Shipyard 3 Trail

Richmond

ONLINE Richmond, City of

5/17/2013

2:00 PM

ICCS Wurster West Extension

Berkeley

ONLINE Berkeley, UC

5/17/2013

2:00 PM

Interim Housing for Lawson Middle School, Phase 3

Cupertino

ONLINE Cupertino Union School District

5/20/2013

1:00 PM

Humboldt & Vicinity Storm Drain Project

Willits

ONLINE Willits, city of

5/20/2013

2:00 PM

Airport Fire Suppression Repair, Certification & Maintenance

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco International Airport

5/20/2013

2:00 PM

Construction of 2 Portable CR Buildings at Harbor High School

Santa Cruz

R120

Santa Cruz City Schools

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Chabot College Parking Lot F, G, H, J Improvements

Hayward

021C

Chabot-LasPositas Comm College Dist

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Annual Sewer Line Replacement FY 13

Hayward

069C

Hayward, city of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Reconditioning Transit Vehicle Wheels

Hayward

115B,

Bay Area Rapid Trnsit

Santa Cruz, County of

San Luis Obispo, City of

Department of Motor Vehicles

California State University East Bay

California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

B Street Pavement Repair Second Street to Kelly/Center Streets Hayward

130B

Hayward, city of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Ohlone Greenway Crosswalk Improvements

El Cerrito

136B

El Cerrito, City of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Levee Road Reconstruction Project, Phase 2

McDonald Island

142B, 090C

Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc.

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Phase 1 Recycled Water Expansion Project

Napa

B123

Napa Sanitation District

5/21/2013

3:00 PM

School Route Sidewalk Replacement

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

US 101 Ramp Improvements Projects

South San Francsico ONLINE South San Francisco

5/21/2013

3:00 PM

2013 Concrete Repair Project

Palo Alto

ONLINE Palo Alto, City of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Speaker Installation at Theater

Hayward

Online

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Moss Landing of Facilities Development & Operations

San Jose

ONLINE San Jose State University

5/21/2013

10:00 AM

2013 Street Resurfacing - Phase 1

Pleasant Hill

ONLINE Pleasant Hill, City of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

St. Martin De Porres-Parish Hall

Yorba Linda

ONLINE Hoffmann Finn Development Co.

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Mobile Home and Clubhouse Demolition & Removal

Rancho Cordova

Online

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Rubber Chip Seal & Slurry Seal

Belmont

ONLINE Belmont, city of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

8 - Elementary Schools Playground Repair & Upgrades

San Leandro

ONLINE San Leandro Unified School District

5/21/2013

3:00 PM

Wastewater Collection & Treatment Improvement - Schedule A Treatment

Dunsmuir

ONLINE Pace Engineering

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Thorburn Park Restroom

Clovis

ONLINE Clovis, City of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Promenade Lift Station Removal & Sanitary Sewer Line Replacement Project

Hercules

ONLINE Hercules, city of

5/21/2013

10:30 AM

Pier 50 - Covered Storage Shed

San Francisco

ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

5/21/2013

1:30 PM

Flooring Removal and Installation at the Merced DMV Field Office

Merced

Online

5/21/2013

3:00 PM

Parkview Avenue Crosswalk Enhancement Project

Redding

ONLINE Redding, City Of

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Bay Trail/Path to Transit - Site Preparation Project

Hercules

ONLINE Hercules, city of

5/21/2013

11:00 AM

Hospital Data Closet Upgrades Minor MEP Upgrades

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC Health System

5/21/2013

11:00 AM

Shannon Park Water Play Area Renovation

Dublin

ONLINE Dublin, city of

5/21/2013

2:30 PM

HVAC Duct Cleaning

Capitola

Online

5/21/2013

2:00 PM

Chabot Creek (Line G) Restoration Upstream of Lake Chabot Road

Castro Valley

R107/01 Alameda, County of 46C

5/21/2013

2:30 PM

Canal Neighborhood Pedestrian & Transit Access & Safety Improvements, Phase 2

San Rafael

R109, 039C

5/21/2013

11:00 AM

Granada High School Relocatable Improvements & Site Improvements

Livermore*

R122/00 9C

5/21/2013

10:00 AM

Granada High School Fire Alarm System Upgrade

Livermore*

R127/01 5C

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Basin "L" Pipeline Rehabilitation Project Sub-Basin 6A

Napa

123B

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Seal & Pave Roads & Parking Areas - 2013

Alameda, Contra Costa, Stanislaus, Santa Clara, Me

124B/07 State of California 4C

California State University East Bay

Department of Parks & Recreation

Department of Motor Vehicles

Department of Motor Vehicles

San Rafael, city of

Napa Sanitation District

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/22/2013

11:00 AM

2013-14 Capital Improvement Project Pipebursting

Marin County

141B,06 1C

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Valley View River Access

Oakdale

ONLINE Oakdale, City of

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Sewer Television Inspection - Phase 2B

Martinez

ONLINE Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

5/22/2013

3:00 PM

Mother Lode Forcemain Phase 2C

El Dorado

ONLINE El Dorado Irrigation District

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Reseal & Restripe Parking Lot

Fresno

ONLINE D.W. Nicholson

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Annual Slurry Seal 2013

Santa Rosa

ONLINE Santa Rosa, City of

5/22/2013

1:30 PM

Thermal Solar Heating System Maintenance Project

Ukiah

ONLINE Ukiah, City Of

5/22/2013

1:30 PM

Electrical Systems Repair and Maintenance Services

Avenal

Online

5/22/2013

11:00 AM

MATOC:Increase Emergency Power Capacity & Reliability Project

San Francisco

ONLINE Herman Construction

5/22/2013

10:00 AM

WWTF Administration Building HVAC Improvements

Santa Cruz

Online

5/22/2013

2:30 PM

Pavement Renovation & Sewer Replacement - Alemany Blvd Phase II

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/22/2013

5:00 PM

Elk Grove Rapid Response Pilot Project

Elk Grove

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

5/22/2013

3:00 PM

Pavement Rehabilitation 2013

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

5/22/2013

2:00 PM

Tallac Village Street Light Replacement

Sacramento

ONLINE Sacramento, city of

5/22/2013

3:00 PM

Daves Avenue Sidewalk 2013 Project Safe Routes to School Program

Monte Sereno

R104

Monte Sereno, City Of

5/23/2013

2:30 PM

Muir Woods Road MP 0.49 Slide Repair

San Rafael

064B, 025C

Marin, county of

5/23/2013

11:00 AM

Idylberry Road Improvement Project

Marin Co.

125B/04 Marin, county of 4C

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Bridge Preventive Maintenance Program-Deck Maintenance for Morgan Hill & Gilroy Llagas Creek Bridge at Watsonville Rd. Llagas Creek Bridge at Gilma Rd & Uvas Creek Bridge at Luchessa Ave

135B

Santa Clara, County Of

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Improvements on Oregon Expressway

San Jose

D006

Santa Clara, County Of

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

2013 Slurry Seal

Union City

ONLINE Union City, city of

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Grant Elementary School & Lake Elemetary School Fire Alarm Modernization

Richmond/San Pablo ONLINE West Contra Costa Unified School District

5/23/2013

1:30 PM

Dustin Road Resurfacing (Liberty Road to Sacramento County Line)

Stockton

Online

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Repair Main Front Entry - CSDR

Riverside

ONLINE

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Suspended Pipe Support Evaluation & Repair

Contra Costa County ONLINE Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Verde Ellementary School Restrooms Renovation

Richmond

ONLINE Mt Diablo Unified School District

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Mountain View Avenue Building Demolition & Site Clearing

Fresno County

ONLINE Fresno, County of

5/23/2013

10:30 PM

Blue Greenway Signage

Port of San Francisco ONLINE Port Of San Francisco

5/23/2013

3:00 PM

Environmental Studies Area at Foothill-De Anza Communty College

Los Altos

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Mare Island Pump Station (MIPS) & Bio Tower Improvement Vallejo ONLINE Vallejo Sanitation and Marin Builders Association ◆ Weekly Bulletin ◆ Project - REBID Flood Control District

State of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Santa Cruz, City of

San Joaquin, County of

ONLINE Foothill-De Anza Community College District

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

Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/23/2013

3:00 PM

The Headworks Rehabilitation

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/23/2013

5:00 PM

The Redwoods Revitalizatin Renovation & Additions

Mill Valley

ONLINE Oliver & Company Inc,

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Fire Alarm & Low Voltage Upgrade at Delta High School

Clarksburg

ONLINE RGM and Associates

5/23/2013

2:30 PM

Loop Road Security at Youth Service Center

San Mateo

ONLINE San Mateo, County of

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Renovation of Select Offices in North Science & South Science Hayward Buildings

Online

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

2013 On-Call sewer Repair Services

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/23/2013

4:00 PM

Landscape Maintenance for the Animal Services Facility

Atwater

ONLINE Merced, County of

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Methacrylate Bridge Deck Deal

Santa Cruz Co.

ONLINE Santa Cruz, County of

5/23/2013

1:00 PM

Evergreen Valley High School Site Improvements

San Jose

ONLINE East Side Union High School District

5/23/2013

2:30 PM

Kitchen Renovation

Merced

Online

5/23/2013

3:00 PM

Nevada County Striping 2013 - Phase 1 Spring Striping & Phase 2 Fall Striping

Nevada County

ONLINE Nevada, County Of

5/23/2013

2:00 PM

Rod Kelley Elementary School Kitchen & Admin Upgrade

Gilroy

ONLINE Dougherty + Dougherty Architects

5/24/2013

5:00 PM

Citywide Janitorial Services

Emeryville

ONLINE Emeryville, City of

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Sinkhole Repair & Replacement

Eden Township

140B, 064C

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Sharon Heights Pump Station

Menlo Park

B122

5/28/2013

1:00 PM

Allied Health @ Mendocino College

Ukiah*

D007/01 0C

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Art Building Renovation UC Davis

Davis

ONLINE Davis, UC

5/28/2013

5:00 PM

YFC Turlock Administration Building

Turlock

ONLINE Woodland Construction

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Mountain House High School - Sitework Increment 2, 3 & 4

Mountain House

ONLINE Turner Construction

5/28/2013

1:30 PM

Janitorial Services for Capitola DMV Field Office

Capitola

Online

5/28/2013

10:00 AM

Re-Roofing at Castro Valley High School 600 Wing, 200 Wing & Castro Valley 300 Wing

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

On-Call Contracts for Various Road & Flood Control Maintenance Work

Contra Costa County ONLINE Contra Costa, County of

5/28/2013

2:00 PM

Littlefield Avenue North Sanitary Sewer & Storm Drain Improvements

South San Francsico ONLINE South San Francisco

5/28/2013

3:00 PM

Effluent Canal Rerouting at the Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility

Fresno

ONLINE Fresno, City of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Calvin Lab Landscape Improvements

Berkeley

ONLINE University of California, Berkeley

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

DAF Pressurization System Replacement

Monterey

ONLINE Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control

5/29/2013

10:00 AM

Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) Barracks

Fort Hunter Ligget

ONLINE Herman Construction

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Arvin High School: Bleacher Replacement Sound System

Arvin

ONLINE Kern High School District

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Pak 'n Save Safeway # 3125

Emeryville

ONLINE Midstate Construction

5/29/2013

2:30 PM

Soma West Skate Park & Dog Park

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City &

California State University East Bay

Department of Motor Vehicles

Alameda, County of

Department of Motor Vehicles

ONLINE Castro Valley Unified School Dist

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

5/29/2013

3:00 PM

Hendy Avenue Complete Street Improvements

Sunnyvale

ONLINE Sunnyvale, City of

5/29/2013

2:00 PM

Main Plant Gallery & Solids Handling Building HVAC & Structural Improvements

Redwood City

ONLINE South Bayside System Authority

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

City of Hercules Intermodel Transit Center San Francisco Bay Trail

Hercules

005C

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

Safe Pathways to School Project Edna Maguire, Lagunitas & Miller Creek Schools

Marin Co.

137B/09 Marin, county of 9C

5/30/2013

2:30 PM

Fuel Facility & Pump Station Improvements at San Carlos Airport

San Carlos

ONLINE San Mateo, County Of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Wastewater Rehabilitation & Replacement

Davis

ONLINE Davis, city of

5/30/2013

3:30 PM

Administration Building Exterior Envelope Improvements

Napa

ONLINE Napa, County of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

20th, Arkansas, Connecticut, Mississippi, Missouri and Wisconsin Streets Sewer Replacement and Pavement Renovation

San Francisco

ONLINE San Francisco, City & County of

5/30/2013

2:30 PM

Library Basin Railing

Walnut Creek

ONLINE Walnut Creek, city of

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

Atwater-Merced Expressway/State Route 99 Interchange

Merced

ONLINE Merced, County of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Repair Furnace #2 Refractory

Martinez

Online

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Park Landscape Maintenance, Park Janitorial/Site Cleaning Service & Play Equipment Inspection with Guaranteed Maximum Price

Stockton

ONLINE Stockton, City of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

Conversion of One Floor of Former Office Bldg to Apartments

Jackson

ONLINE Diede Construction

5/30/2013

1:00 PM

Annual Fire Alarm Testing & Inspection of the EST3 Fire Alarm System

Carmichael

ONLINE San Juan Unified School District

5/30/2013

2:00 AM

Sanitary Sewer System Repair

Alameda

ONLINE D-Square Construction

5/30/2013

3:00 PM

Meritage Balcony Replacement Project at Sonoma State University

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Sonoma State University

5/30/2013

10:00 AM

Pedestrian Improvements

Woodside

ONLINE Woodside, Town of

5/30/2013

2:00 PM

201 Turk Street

San Francisco

ONLINE James E. RobertsObayashi Corp.

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

Sonoma County Jr College District Prequalification

Sonoma Co.

118B

Sonoma County Junior College District

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

Transit Center Park & Ride Upgrades

Santa Clara

132B, 077C

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

5/31/2013

2:00 PM

City of Dublin Public Safety Complex

Dublin

D005/T0 Dublin, city of 03

6/4/2013

2:00 PM

Influent Pump Station Expansion Project

Napa

B124

6/5/2013

1:00 PM

North Levee Setback - Cache Creek

Sacramento

138B/08 State of California 9C

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Science Classrooms Conversion:Harbor High School, Santa Cruz High School & Soquel High School

Santa Cruz & Soquel Not Availa

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Rancho Seco PV Decommissioning

Herald

ONLINE Sacramento Municipal Utility District

6/5/2013

2:00 PM

Mission Hill Middle School Classroom Conversion

Santa Cruz

R095

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Angel Island State Park Immigration Station Hospital Rehabilition Phase 2 - Infrastructure Rehabilitation

Marin County

ONLINE Natural Resources Agency

6/6/2013

2:00 PM

Water Storage Tank No. 2 Interior Recoating

Rohnert Park

ONLINE Rohnert Park, city of

Hercules, city of

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

Napa Sanitation District

Santa Cruz City Schools

Santa Cruz City Schools

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Project Bid Schedule Bid Date Bid Time Project Name

City

BIN # Plan Issuer

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Traction Power Sub Station Replacement, Phase 2

San Jose

139B, 049C

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

6/11/2013

11:00 AM

Emerald Lift Station Rehabilitation

Modesto

ONLINE Modesto, City of

6/11/2013

2:00 PM

Traction Power Substation Replacement ACO/KOW Installation Oakland

S506, 007C

6/17/2013

2:00 PM

Walmart Supercenter # 5231-02

Galt

ONLINE Shames Construction

6/20/2013

2:00 PM

Chaboya Division Paving Rehabilitation

San Jose

114B, 081C

6/20/2013

2:00 PM

TG07.1R Structural Steel Superstructure Package

San Francisco

ONLINE Webcor/Obayashi Joint Venture

San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

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solutions

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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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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 39


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