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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 23

Meeting Date: September 12, 2006

Subject/Title: Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Exhibit 9-B, Local Agency DBE Annual Submittal Form, establishing the Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level (AADPL) at 8%

Prepared by: Karen Wahl, Grant Program Manager

Submitted by: Bailey Grewal, Director of Public Works/City Engineer

RECOMMENDATION
Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Exhibit 9-B, Local Agency DBE Annual Submittal Form, establishing the Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level (AADPL) at 8%.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On November 27, 2001 Council adopted Resolution 2414 approving the first City of Brentwood DBE Program goal of 3.96% for U.S. Department of Transportation (U. S. DOT) contracting opportunities in FY 01-02.

On November 12, 2002 Council adopted Resolution 2737 approving the City of Brentwood DBE Program goal of 3% for U. S. DOT contracting opportunities in FY 02-03.

On February 24, 2004 Council adopted Resolution 2004-34 approving the City of Brentwood DBE Program goal of 4.9% for U. S. DOT contracting opportunities in FY 03-04.

On May 23, 2006 Council Adopted Resolution 2006-118 approving the amended California Department of Transportation DBE Program Race-Neutral Implementation Agreement as it related to the Walnut Boulevard Widening Project, CIP 336-3056 in FY 05-06.

BACKGROUND
A Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) is a for-profit “small business concern” that is at least 51% owned and controlled by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. The DBE designation includes the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and the Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) programs.

In 1983, Congress enacted the first DBE statutory provision. This provision required US DOT to ensure that at least 10% of the funds authorized for the highway and transit financial assistance programs be expended with DBEs. In 1987, Congress re-authorized and amended the statutory DBE program. In the transportation legislation of that year, Congress, among other changes, added women to the groups presumed to be disadvantaged and established a single DBE goal of 10% encompassing both firms owned by women and minority group members.

In 1995 the U.S. Supreme Court in Adarand Constructors, Inc. V. Pena, 115 S.Ct. 2097 held that federal affirmative action programs which use racial and ethnic criteria as bases for decision making were subject to strict judicial scrutiny. This standard required that an Affirmative Action Program be "narrowly tailored" to serve a "compelling government interest." Responding largely to the Supreme Court’s 1995 decision and congressional debate over the DBE program, USDOT issued regulations in 1999 to ensure that the DBE program was narrowly tailored. In September 2000, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of the DBE program and as a result of this decision US DOT mandated in the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 26 that all recipients of federal financial assistance were required to participate in a statewide Unified Certification Program by March 2002.

Under the Supreme Court’s Adarand decision, the DOT DBE program further required recipients of federal funding (state and local agencies) to establish narrowly-tailored goals for the participation of disadvantaged entrepreneurs, to evaluate their DOT-assisted contracts throughout the year and establish contract specific DBE subcontracting goals where these goals were warranted.

In May 2005, a panel of judges for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in a decision, Western States Paving Co. Inc v. Washington Department of Transportation et al., that the Washington State DOT’s practice of using race-conscious goals as a condition of highway contract awards was unlawful in the absence of specific evidence of prior discrimination. The decision is binding on the states within the 9th Circuit, including California. The new procedures and guidance includes the following changes:

 Local agencies will no longer have their own separate DBE programs. Instead, local agencies must complete a “Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Race-Neutral Implementation Agreement and are included in and mandated to follow Caltrans’ DBE Program.

Caltrans has established an annual overall statewide DBE goal and program for 2006 of 10.5% for the State of California

 Local agencies may no longer advertise and award contracts with federal-aid funds containing race-conscious DBE goals.
 All federal-aid procurements shall contain race-neutral DBE contract language.
 In addition, each local agency is required to calculate the level of DBE participation and utilization that the agency expects could be achieved on contracts to be awarded in their jurisdiction in the following fiscal year and submit it to Caltrans in the form of the Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level (AADPL) in advance of the FFY beginning October 1 for federal-aid contracts. The AADPL is not a goal that needs to be achieved but will be used by Caltrans to establish a statewide DBE participation goal as required by Title 49 CFR Part 26, Section 26.45.

The AADPL calculated for the City of Brentwood for FY 2006/2007 is 8%.

FISCAL IMPACT
The City must comply with the federal regulations for funding in order to remain eligible for any federal transportation funding.

Attachments:
Resolution
Exhibit 9-B, Local Agency DBE Annual Submittal Form

RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE EXHIIBIT 9-B, LOCAL AGENCY DBE ANNUAL SUBMITTAL FORM, ESTABLISHING THE ANNUAL ANTICIPATED DBE PARTICIPATION LEVEL (AADPL) AT 8%.

WHEREAS, federal regulations have been issued regarding Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs); and

WHEREAS, previous DBE requirements of Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 23 were superceded in 1999 by new regulations of Title 49 CFR Part 26, titled “Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs” as the final rule binding on all recipients requiring establishment of agency-specific DBE goals utilizing both race-conscious and race-neutral means; and

WHEREAS, all recipients of federal financial assistance were required to participate in a statewide Unified Certification Program implementing the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program by March 2002; and

WHEREAS, in May 2005 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the State of Washington established new evidentiary standards necessary to constitutionally support the use of race-conscious goals which standards superceded the DBE requirements of 1999; and

WHEREAS, Caltrans, using the new evidentiary standards, determined that there is insufficient evidence to permit the continued use of race-conscious measures (i.e., DBE contract participation goals) and has suspended use of such measures; and

WHEREAS, local agencies no longer have their own DBE Program but are included in and mandated to follow the Caltrans annual overall statewide DBE goal and program established at 10.5%; and

WHEREAS, federal regulations require each local agency to calculate the level of DBE participation and utilization that the agency expects could be achieved on contracts to be awarded in their jurisdiction in the following fiscal year and submit it to Caltrans in the form of the Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level (AADPL) in advance of the Federal Fiscal Year beginning in October 1 for federal-aid contracts; and

WHEREAS, calculation of the Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level for the City of Brentwood for FY 2006/2007 has resulted in 8%; and

WHEREAS, Caltrans has reviewed and approved the contents and elements of the AADPL and finds that it meets federal requirements.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood:

1. The FY 2006/2007 Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level of 8% for federal-aid contracts is approved and the City Manager is authorized to execute the Local Agency DBE Annual Submittal Form, FFY 2006/2007.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the 12th day of September 2006 by the following vote:

Exhibit 9-B Local Agency DBE Annual Submittal Form
FFY 2006/2007

To: Caltrans District 4
Arthur P. Duffy, P.E., DLAE

The amount of the Annual Anticipated DBE Participation Level (AADPL) and methodology are presented herein, accordance with Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulation, Part 26, and the State of California, Department of Transportation Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Plan.

The City of Brentwood submits our AADPL information. We have established an AADPL of 8% for the Federal Fiscal Year 2006/2007, beginning on October 1, 2006 and ending on September 30, 2007.

Methodology
The AADPL for the City of Brentwood for FFY 2006/2007 is the following:
8.0% of the federal financial assistance in DOT-assisted contracts.

To establish the base figure for the City of Brentwood of the relative availability of DBE firms in relation to all comparable firms available for the City’s FT 2006/2007 DOT-assisted contracts, the City elected to use the Caltrans DBE Database Directory of certified firms (filtered to represent only those DBE firms within the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo) for calculating the numerator and the Census Bureau’s Business Pattern Database (most recent edition based on the North American Industry Classification System codes) within the same geographical market area to calculate the denominator. The resulting figure was multiplied by its corresponding percent of the anticipated work share of the overall annual program. This calculation produces a base figure of 8.02%. The base figure was analyzed to narrowly tailor it to the specifics of the project involved and our past experiences and this generated an Annual Anticipated DBE Participation level of 8.0%.

In addition, staff surveyed other local agencies in our geographic service area and found the following level of participation expected:
 City of Oakley 7.0%
 City of Pittsburg 9.1%
 Contra Costa County 9.6%

These agencies are similar to ours and provide a good range of comparable data. Also taken into consideration was the DBE attainment on the City’s last federally-funded transportation project, Lone Tree Overlay, CIP 336-3130. The project DBE goal established at that time was 3.6% and the participation level was 9.0%.

Analyzing all these factors resulted in a base figure ranging from 7.0% to 9.6% for DBE participation in DOT-assisted contracts. Using the range, staff established an AADPL of 8.0% in FFY 2006/2007.

The data, tables and methodology used to arrive at the AADPL is attached as Attachment B, Sections A-D.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Liaison Officer (DBELO)
Karen Wahl, Grant Program Manager
City of Brentwood
150 City Park Way
Brentwood, CA 94513

 (925) 516-5159
 (925) 516-5401
 kwahl@ci.brentwood.ca.us

Prompt Pay
Federal regulation 49 CFR 26.29 requires one of three methods be used in federal-aid contracts to ensure prompt and full payment of any retainage, kept by the prime contractor or subcontractor, to a subcontractor. Attachment B, Prompt Payment of Withheld Funds to Subcontractors, is attached and indicates the method chosen by the City of Brentwood.

Submitted by:

Signature

Donna Landeros. City Manager Date

(925) 516-5440
Name and Title Phone

Reviewed by Caltrans:

Caltrans District Local Assistance Engineer Date

Distribution: (1) Original – DLAE DBE Annual Submittal Form (05/01/06)
(2) Copy – Local Agency after signature of DLAE

Prompt Payment of Withheld Funds to Subcontractors

Federal regulation (49 CFR 26.29) requires one of the following three methods be used in federal-aid contracts to ensure prompt and full payment of any retainage kept by the prime contractor or subcontractor to a subcontractor.

0 No retainage will be held by the agency from progress payments due to the prime contractor. Prime contractors and subcontractors are prohibited from holding retainage from subcontractors. Any delay or postponement of payment may take place only for good cause and with the agency’s prior written approval. Any violation of these provisions shall subject the violating contractor or subcontractor to the penalties, sanctions, and other remedies specified in Section 7108.5 of the California Business and Professions Code. This requirement shall not be construed to limit or impair any contractual, administrative or judicial remedies, otherwise available to the contractor or subcontractor in the event of a dispute involving late payment or nonpayment by the contractor, deficient subcontractor performance and/or noncompliance by a subcontractor. This clause applies to both DBE and non-DBE subcontractors.

0 No retainage will be held by the agency from progress payments due the prime contractor. Any retainage kept by the prime contractor or by a subcontractor must be paid in full to the earning subcontractor within 30 days after the subcontractor’s work is satisfactorily completed. Any delay or postponement of payment may take place only for good cause and with the agency’s prior written approval. Any violation of these provisions shall subject the violating contractor or subcontractor to the penalties, sanctions, and remedies specified in Section 7108.5 of the California Business and Professions Code. This requirement shall not be construed to limit or impair any contractual, administrative or judicial remedies otherwise available to the contractor or subcontractor in the event of a dispute involving late payment or nonpayment by the contractor, deficient subcontractor performance and/or noncompliance by a subcontractor. This clause applies to both DBE and non-DBE subcontractors.

1 The agency shall hold retainage from the prime contractor and shall make prompt and regular incremental acceptances of portions, as determined by the agency of the contract work and pay retainage to the prime contractor based on these acceptances. The prime contractor or subcontractor shall return all monies withheld in retention from all subcontractors within 30 days after receiving payment for work satisfactorily completed and accepted including incremental acceptances of portions of the contract work by the agency. Any delay or postponement of payment may take place only for good cause and with the agency’s prior written approval. Any violation of these provisions shall subject the violating prime contractor to the penalties, sanctions and other remedies specified in Section 7108.5 of the California Business and Professions Code. This requirement shall not be construed to limit or impair any contractual, administrative or judicial remedies otherwise available to the contractor or subcontractor in the event of:
• A dispute involving late payment or nonpayment by the contractor
• Deficient subcontractor performance and/or,
• Noncompliance by a subcontractor. This clause applies to both DBE and non-DBE subcontractors.

Item No. DBA Name City Zip NAICS Code WCC / License
1 A B S L CONSTRUCTION HAYWARD 94544 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1910 GRADING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
2 A C DIKE CO LINCOLN 95649 237310 C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
3 AFA CONSTRUCTION, INC. SANTA ROSA 95407 237310 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
4 ASHBY'S EXCAVATION VALLEJO 94589 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C0670 PIPE; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
5 AZTECA CONSTRUCTION, INC RANCHO CORDOVA 95742 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
6 CAL, INC. VACAVILLE 95687 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
7 DIAMOND D GENERAL ENGINEERING, INC. WOODLAND 95776 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
8 DURANGO PIPELINE, INC. LIVERMORE 94551 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
9 FALCON PAVING CONCORD 94518 237310 C12 Earthwork and Paving Contractor
10 FANFA, INC. SAN LORENZO 94580 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
11 FOCUS CONSTRUCTION OAKLAND 94612 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
12 GECKO GOLF CONSTRUCTION, INC. DUBLIN 94568 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
13 H & H WELDING CONSTRUCTION TRACY 95376 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
14 JOE TENORIO GRADING & PAVING VALLEJO 94590 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
15 JONAS AND ASSOCIATES, INC MARTINEZ 94553 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
16 NUNES GRADING AND PAVING TRACY 95376 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; D2950 ASPHALT PAVING & ROOFING MATERIALS; C0639 ASPHALT; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION; C0625 SAND & GRAVEL; C0685 PAVEMENT MARKERS;
17 R. E. SERRANO INC. MARTINEZ 94553 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING;C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
18 RAMCON ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL INC WEST SACRAMENTO 95691 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION;
19 REGE TRUCKING CONCORD 94521 237310 C12 Earthwork and Paving Contractor
20 ROLLING ROCK CONSTRUCTION RANCHO CORDOVA 95742 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION;
21 SIMCO CONSTRUCTION, INC. OAKLAND 94621 237310 C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C0685 PAVEMENT MARKERS;
22 SITEWORKS CONSTRUCTION, INC LAFAYETTE 94549 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
23 TNT INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTORS, INC SACRAMENTO 95823 237310 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
24 VINTAGE PAVING COMPANY, INC. WINTERS 95694 237310 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C1910 GRADING; C1901 ROADWAY EXCAVATION
402 records resulted from a query of the Caltrans DBE database for NAICS Code 237310. Not included in this table are those firms outside our market area and firms that do not provide the service that was the focus of this search.

Item No. DBA Name City Zip NAICS Code WCC or License
1 A B S L CONSTRUCTION HAYWARD 94544 238110 C5105 MINOR CONCRETE STRUCTURE; C5124 ERECT PRECAST CONCRETE; C5135 CONCRETE BLOCK & MASONRY RETAINING WALL
2 A.J. VASCONI GENERAL ENGINEERING CONCORD 94520 238110 A General Engineering Contractor
3 DENCO PETALUMA 94954 238110 A General Engineering Contractor
4 QUIMU CONTRACTING, INC. DIXON 95620 238110 C2800 CONCRETE BASE; C5000 PRESTRESSING CONCRETE CAST-IN-PLACE; C5150 CORE CONCRETE - REPAIR BRIDGE DECK
128 records resulted from a query of the Caltrans DBE database for NAICS Code 238110. Not included in this table are those firms outside our market area and firms that do not provide the service that was the focus of this search.

Item No. DBA Name City Zip NAICS Code WCC or License
1 BELL'S ELECTRIC PITTSBURG 94565 238210 C0686 ELECTRICAL & SIGNALS; C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; F5060 ELECTRICAL GOODS; C8903 ELECTRICAL
2 BLEYCO, INC CASTRO VALLEY 94552 238210 C0686 ELECTRICAL & SIGNALS; C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; F5060 ELECTRICAL GOODS; C8903 ELECTRICAL
3 CIRIMELE ELECTRIC WORKS INC. RICHMOND 94804 238210 C0686 ELECTRICAL & SIGNALS; C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; F5060 ELECTRICAL GOODS
4 GILDERSLEEVE ELECTRIC INC. FREMONT 94538 238210 C0686 ELECTRICAL & SIGNALS; C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; F5060 ELECTRICAL GOODS; E4910 ELECTRIC SERVICES; C8903 ELECTRICAL
5 RT CONSTRUCTION, INC. PENNGROVE 94951 238210 C0686 ELECTRICAL & SIGNALS; C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; F5060 ELECTRICAL GOODS; C8903 ELECTRICAL
6 WATSON ELECTRIC, INC RICHMOND 94805 238210 C1201 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM; E4910 ELECTRIC SERVICES; C8903 ELECTRICAL
97 records resulted from a query of the Caltrans DBE database for NAICS Code 238210. Not included in this table are those firms outside our market area and firms that do not provide the service that was the focus of this search.

Item No. DBA Name City Zip NIACS Code WCC or License
1 A B S L CONSTRUCTION HAYWARD 94544 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
2 A C DIKE CO LINCOLN 95648 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION;
3 AFA CONSTRUCTION, INC. SANTA ROSA 95407 238910 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A)
4 ALL-CAL DEMOLITION SACRAMENTO 95827 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION;
5 ASHBY'S EXCAVATION VALLEJO 94589 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION;
6 AZTECA CONSTRUCTION, INC RANCHO CORDOVA 95742 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
7 BESS TESTLAB, INC. SANTA CLARA 95054 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
8 CAL, INC. VACAVILLE 95687 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
9 CONSTRUCTION & ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS OAKLAND 94611 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A)
10 DEENSGROUP CONSTRUCTION SAN JOSE 95126 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
11 DIAMOND D GENERAL ENGINEERING, INC. WOODLAND 95776 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A)
12 DILLARD ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES BYRON 94514 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
13 DURANGO PIPELINE, INC. LIVERMORE 94551 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
14 FANFA, INC. SAN LORENZO 94580 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
15 FOCUS CONSTRUCTION OAKLAND 94612 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
16 GECKO GOLF CONSTRUCTION, INC. DUBLIN 94568 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A);
17 GENERAL ENVIROMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES (GEMS) BAY POINT 94565 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
18 H & H WELDING CONSTRUCTION TRACY 95376 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
19 HARDING CONSTRUCTION OAKLAND 94607 238910 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
20 J C R GEN ENG & PIPELINES UNION CITY 94587 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
21 JOE TENORIO GRADING & PAVING VALLEJO 94590 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
22 JONAS AND ASSOCIATES, INC MARTINEZ 94553 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
23 K W CONSTRUCTION WEST SACRAMENTO 95605 238910 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
24 KILLGORE INDUSTRIES OAKLAND 94618 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
25 LAWRENCE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OAKLAND 94610 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
26 MARTIN BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION RANCHO CORDOVA 95742 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
27 MY TRACTOR LADY SACRAMENTO 95829 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
28 NICA DMT INCORPORATED LIVERMORE 94550 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION;
29 NUNES GRADING AND PAVING TRACY 95376 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
30 QUIMU CONTRACTING, INC. DIXON 95620 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
31 R. E. SERRANO INC. MARTINEZ 94553 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
32 RAMCON ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL INC WEST SACRAMENTO 95691 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
33 ROLLING ROCK CONSTRUCTION RANCHO CORDOVA 95742 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
34 SALINAS ENGINEERING CORPORATION PINOLE 94564 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
35 SCHOTKA CONSTRUCTION INC AMERICAN CANYON 94503 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
36 SITEWORKS CONSTRUCTION, INC LAFAYETTE 94549 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
37 SLS CONSTRUCTORS, INC ROCKLIN 95677 238910 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A)
38 TNT INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTORS, INC SACRAMENTO 95823 238910 C9810 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A); C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION; C9801 GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR (A)
39 VINTAGE PAVING COMPANY, INC. WINTERS 95694 238910 C1601 CLEARING & GRUBBING; C9980 DEMOLITION
161 records resulted from a query of the Caltrans DBE database for NAICS Code 238910. Not included in this table are those firms outside our market area and firms that do not provide the service that was the focus of this search.

NAICS Description Alameda Contra Costa Placer Sacramento San Joaquin Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Yolo Total
Highway & Street Construction (Paving & Grading) 39 32 28 42 18 40 13 12 21 4 249
Concrete 74 79 55 113 57 111 22 34 72 17 634
Electrical 316 201 121 219 111 320 67 84 151 26 1616
Site Preparation 79 81 61 71 50 92 28 27 86 19 594

Bid Item Group Engineer's Estimate Project Total Percent of Work Type
Highway & Street Construction (Paving & Grading) 361,700 600,000 60.28%
Concrete 169,120 600,000 28.19%
Electrical 62,160 600,000 10.36%
Site Preparation 7,020 600,000 1.17%
100.00%
The City of Brentwood has one federal-aid transportation project, Walnut Boulevard Widening, which has authorization to proceed with construction and will be in construction in FY 06/07. The project will utilize contractors in NAICS codes 237310, 238110, 238210 and 238910.

Item Bid Category Available DBE's in Market Area (B) Census Bureau Firms in Market Area (C) Percentage (B)/C) Percent of Work Type (D) Net % of Available DBE's Per Portion of the Total Bid (B)/(C)x(D)
1 Hwy & Street Construction (Paving & Grading) 24 196 12.24% 60.28% 7.38%
2 Concrete 4 242 1.65% 28.19% 0.47%
3 Electrical 6 668 0.90% 10.36% 0.09%
4 Site Preparation 39 566 6.89% 1.17% 0.08%
100.00% 8.02%
 

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