CUSD Uses Classroom Dollars to Fund Political Political Advocacy through Conference and Professional Development

Coalition for Adequate School Housing


CUSD Payments (September 2018)
$587.00 M68P0956 General-Undes-FacPlann / Conference : Non-Instructional Check 00265102
$828.00 M68P0956 General-Undes-FacPlann / Conference : Non-Instructional  
$311.00 M68P1191 General-Undes-FacPlann / Conference : Non-Instructional  


CUSDWatch Comment

CUSD spend hundreds of thousands of dollars a year on payments to organizations like CASH. Money that NEVER makes it to your child's classroom.



CUSDWatch Comment

The following video provides a pretty good overview of facilities funding in California. What needs to be understood is that K-12 Public Education is the State's #1 Constitutionally mandated expenditure.

The State of California has always paid for School Facilities.

However- the State has stopped spending any state money on K-12 facilities. 

With a $61 billion dollar Infrastructure budget- only$575 million is being spent on Education; and, not a single penny has been allocated to K-12 Facilities. The entire infrastructure budget is going to Transportation and High Speed Rail.

The answer to our school facility needs is not raise more revenue in the form of tax increases or bonds. The answer is to elect people who have the education of children as their spending priority.

Governor Brown is not releasing facility bond money because it will bankrupt the State. In 2016 voters passed a $9 billion dollar State facility Bond (Prop 51) and voters also passed local facility bonds totaling over $50 billion in new taxpayer debt.

California's 5- Year Infrastructure Plan


CUSDWatch Comment

$1,726.00 paid to "CASH" Coalition for Adequate School Housing (a political advocacy organization) this month alone. Why are education dollars being spent on political advocacy.

COALITION FOR ADEQUATE SCHOOL HOUSING - PAY TO PLAY - Major Sponsor of Prop 51 School Bonds Funding for K-12 School and Community College Facilities, Initiative Statute 
CASH donated $2,320,000 to YES on Prop 51 (There was no committee opposing this ballot measure that was able to raise enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list)
Should school districts be funding this organization with taxpayer money? 
CUSD pays CASH a lot of money every year- this month alone is $1,726.00
Should CUSD be using General Fund money to promote School Facilities Bonds like Prop 51 and Measure M when CUSD does not have sufficient funds to provide every student with District funded Art Music and Science? 
Taxpayers, with the help of elected officials were able to reject Measure M CUSD's $889 million dollar school facilities bond. However, CASH was able to help 187 of 206 school measures to pass representing nearly $50 BILLION in future property taxes according to the California School Bonds Clearing House.

CASH Legislative up-date: End of 2018-19 Legislative Session

The Legislature concluded its business for 2018 on Friday, August 31. The following is a summary of the status of bills that CASH has engaged on.  Our next legislative update will be after the September 30th deadline for the Governor to sign or veto bills.  The CASH advocacy team will do a comprehensive update on the state budget, key legislation, and regulatory issues at the CASH Fall Conference in Newport Beach.

AB 195 (Obernolte) – Local Bond Ballot Labels

This bill was chaptered into law in 2017, making significant changes to the requirements for local bond ballot labels.  AB 195 requires the ballot label to include the amount of money to be raised annually and the rate and duration of the tax to be levied.  This is misleading and confusing to voters when applied to bonds.

Over the past year, CASH worked with a large coalition pursuing a fix to AB 195, pushing for a resolution before the Legislature adjourned for summer recess on July 6.  We were successful in getting Budget Trailer Bill SB 863 into print, which would have provided a two-year-suspension to the AB 195 provisions for local bonds. However, the Legislature ultimately did not take SB 863 up for a vote, as they were awaiting assurance from the Governor that he was prepared to sign the bill.  That assurance did not come before the August 10 deadline for schools and other public agencies to file local bond resolutions with their counties for the November 2018 election. CASH will continue to work with the coalition of stakeholders to pursue a permanent solution through the legislative process in 2019. (Chapter 105/Statutes of 2017)

AB 1406 (Gloria) – Lease of Real Property/Extend Sunset

There are several types of lease agreements in the Education Code.  The maximum term of the lease vary from 40 years to 66 years. This bill would extend the terms of various leases to 99 years (Lease-Leaseback, Lease-to-Own, Joint Occupancy). This bill was signed by the Governor (Chapter 204/Statutes of 2018).

AB 1747 (Rodriguez) – School Safety Plans/Active Shooter Training

This bill would enhance existing School Safety Plan requirements and process, and would add a new requirement for school districts and county offices of education to conduct annual drills on their “…tactical responses to criminal incidents…” that must include procedures related to individuals with guns on school campuses and at school-related events.  The bill was amended to include charter schools.  This bill awaits the Governor’s action.

AB 2031 (O’Donnell) – Prequalification/Sunset

Existing law requires a prospective bidder for a construction contract for certain school facility projects to submit a prequalification questionnaire and financial statement under oath as part of the bidding process, and requires each prospective bidder to submit a bid by completing and executing a standardized proposal form.  These provisions will become inoperative on January 1, 2019.  This bill would extend the sunset provision indefinitely and would eliminate the reporting requirement.  This bill awaits the Governor’s action.

AB 2068 (Chu) – School Electricity Rates

This bill requires the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to direct each of the state’s electrical and gas investor-owned utilities to evaluate and report to the PUC the feasibility and economic impacts of establishing discounted utility rates for public school customers.  The bill requires the PUC to compile these reports and submit them to the Legislature by January 1, 2020.  This bill was signed by the Governor (Chapter 208/Statutes of 2018).

AB 2249 (Cooley) – CUPPCCA

This bill increases the CUPCCAA no-bid and informal bid limits in statute for the first time since 2011 as follows:

  • Increase the no-bid cap from $45,000 to $60,000
  • Increase the informal bid level for projects between $45,000 and $175,000 to projects between $60,000 and $200,000.
  • Increase the formal bid limit to any project over $200,000.

AB 2249 is sponsored by the State Controller, and CASH has a support position.   Current law requires the California Uniform Construction Cost Accounting Commission to review these bid limits every five years and recommend proposed adjustments.  AB 2249 reflects the recommendations made by the Commission.  This bill passed out of the Legislature and was signed into law by the Governor.

AB 2538 (Rubio) – Storm Water/Fiscal Guidelines

This bill would require the State Water Board, by July 1, 2019, to establish financial capability assessment guidelines for municipal separate storm sewer system permittees that are adequate and consistent when considering the costs to local jurisdictions.  This bill awaits the Governor’s action.

AB 2570 (Nazarian) – Mandatory Use of Green Cleaning Products

This bill would have required all schools, county offices of education, and charter schools to exclusively use environmentally preferable cleaning and maintenance products by 2021-22 (2023-24 for school districts with less than 2,500 enrollments). Included a provision to allow school districts to use non- environmentally preferable cleaning and maintenance if they submit a letter to their governing board and the California Department of Education (CDE).  This bill was held in the Senate Appropriations Committee.

AB 2816 (Muratsuchi) – Pesticides

This bill would require the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) to submit a report by January 1, 2020 on the Healthy Schools Act (HSA) of 2000.  The report is intended to evaluate the Act’s implementation and make recommendations about whether certain pesticides at school sites should be restricted or prohibited.  The bill as introduced was much more onerous, but was amended to be a study bill.  This bill awaits the Governor’s action.

AB 3018 (Low) – Skilled and Trained Workforce

This bill would impose a fine on a contractor or subcontractor that fails to use skilled and trained workforce for a contract that was required to utilize labor, and prevent an entity that is found to be non-compliant with skilled and trained workforce requirements from bidding or participating on public works projects for one to three years.  CASH recommended that a contractor be required to adopt a monitoring process that is approved by the Labor Commissioner to ensure that the monthly report is accurate, and argued that this, “…should accomplish the bill’s goal without excessive paperwork and time requirements for smaller contractors and subcontractors.  This should also allow the monitoring to be conducted by certification from the contractors and subcontractors of compliance under the penalty of perjury.  This process should also provide the document trail to meet PCC 2603(f)(4).”  This bill was amended to increase protections for contractors and establish a higher bar before penalties can be applied.  This bill awaits the Governor’s action.

AB 3058 (O’Donnell) – School Inspectors

This bill requires the Department of General Services (DGS) to revise the inspector examination to be done not later than 36 months after the last revision, revise the inspector competency reevaluation to occur not later than 48 months after the last evaluation, and include in the inspector competency evaluation and reevaluation the meeting of specified education and training requirements by the Department.  This bill was signed into law (Chapter 197/Statutes of 2018). 

AB 3205 (O’Donnell) – Door Locks/Modernization

This bill would require school districts who apply under the School Facility Program (SFP) on or after January 1, 2019 for a modernization project constructed before January 1, 2012, to include as part of the modernization project locks that allow doors to classrooms and any room with an occupancy of five or more to be locked from the inside of the room.  The bill was amended to apply only to projects submitted to the Division of the State Architect (DSA) that proposes to renovate the interior of a school building on or after January 1, 2019, and clarify that the bill does not apply to projects that only propose to renovate the exterior of a school building, school grounds, or playfields or a school.  This bill awaits the Governor’s action.

SB 901 (Dodd) – Wildfires/Inverse Condemnation

The Governor’s Conference Committee on Wildfire Preparedness and Response heard SB 901 (Dodd), which includes a discussion about Inverse Condemnation (existing law allows property owners, including all government agencies, to “just” compensation and shifting liability), which could negatively affect schools.  CASH has joined an education coalition, that includes ACSA, CSBA, CSABO, CCSESA which has submitted a joint letter and testified at the Conference Committee to highlight the negative affect that eliminating or significantly altering Inverse Condemnation would have on schools.  The Inverse Condemnation provision was removed from the bill.  This bill waits the Governor’s action.

SB 1077 (Wilk) – Indemnity

This bill would extend some subcontractor indemnity provisions from residential construction to public works projects, including state, school construction and major repair projects.  CASH recommended the bill be amended to either remove public works performed by elementary, secondary, and unified school districts, county offices of education, and community college districts or that paragraphs (e) and (f) are removed from the bill. This bill was placed on the Inactive File by the author.

~ CASH Staff


A Summary of the Organizations work 2017


Thank You 2016 State School Bond Contributors


Proposition 51

Kindergarten through Community College 
Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2016

Triple Diamond ($50,000 and Greater)

Affiliated Organizations
Association of California School Administrators

DLR Group
HMC Architects

LPA, Incorporated

PJHM Architects

Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke

WLC Architects

Westgroup Designs, Inc.
Construction Managers
Balfour Beatty Construction
Colombo Construction
Erickson-Hall Construction
Harris Construction
Neff Construction
TELACU Construction Management
Tilden Coil Constructors, Inc.  
Consultants and Planners
California Financial Services
Murdoch, Walrath & Holmes
School Facility Consultants  
Furniture and Equipment Suppliers
Virco Manufacturing Corporation
Financial Consultants
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc.
Modular Building Manufacturers
Prefast Buildings

Double Diamond
 ($40,000 -$49,000)


Baker Nowicki Design Studios

Diamond($30,000 – $39,999)


IBI Group


S.I.M. Architects

Construction Managers


Ledesma & Meyer Construction Co. Inc.

Contractors and Developers

Lusardi Construction

Financial Institutions & Consultants

UBS Securities, LLC

Outdoor/Recreation Equipment Suppliers

AFE Sports

Platinum ($25,000 – $29,999)


Ghataode Bannon Architects

PBK, Inc.


Dannis Woliver Kelley

Contractors and Developers

David A. Bush, Inc.

Affiliated Organizations

Construction Employers’ Association

Gold ($20,000 to $24,999)

Affiliated Organizations

Advancement Project


Klassen Corporation


Fagen Friedman and Fulfrost, LLP 

Lozano Smith Attorneys at Law 

Construction Management

Vanir Construction Management

Environmental/Geotechnical Consultants


Financial Consultants

Cooperative Strategies

Program Managers

Arcadis U.S., Inc.

Silver ($10,000 – $19,999)


AEDIS Architecture & Planning

Architecture for Education

Darden Architects

DC Architects

GKK Works

Harley Ellis Devereaux

HKIT Architects


NAC Architecture

Ordiz-Melby Architects, Inc.

Perkins + Will Architects


SVA Architects, Inc.


Trittipo Architecture & Planning


Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo 

Consultants and Planners

School Business Consulting, Inc.

Construction Management


Cumming Corporation

EC Constructors, Inc.

S.C. Anderson, Inc.

Roebbelen Contracting, Inc.

XL Construction

Contractors & Developers

Charles Pankow Builders, LTD.

Clark & Sullivan

Landmark Construction Co.

Ledcor Construction, Inc.

McCarthy Building Companies Inc.

Swinerton Builders


SunPower Corporation

Engineers / Licensed Professionals

Koury Engineering & Testing, Inc.

Swanson Engineering, Inc.

ZFA Structural Engineers

Furniture and Equipment Supplier

Contrax Furnishings, LLC

Modular Building Manufacturers

American Modular Systems, Inc.

Bronze ($5,000 – $9,999)


Architectural NEXUS, Inc.

ARTIK Art & Architecture

BCA Architects

Carmichael-Kemp Architects

Davy Architecture

Deems Lewis McKinley

Dougherty + Dougherty

Dyson Siegrist Janzen Architects, Inc.

Flewelling & Moody, Inc.

Frick Frick & Jette Architects

Gonzalez Architects

Gonzalez Goodale Architects

Gould Evans, Inc.

JCJ Architecture

Lentz Morrissey Architecture, Inc.

Nacht & Lewis Architects

PCH Architects

Quattrocchi Kwok Architects

SC Architects, Inc.

Stafford King Wiese Architects


Westberg White Architects, Inc.

Williams Paddon Architects


Best Best & Krieger LLP 

Bowie, Arneson, Wiles & Giannone

Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann & Girard

Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Orbach Huff Suarez & Henderson

Parker & Covert, LLP

Consultants and Planners

Capitol Advisors Group, LLC

Colbi Technologies

Hancock Park & Delong Inc.

K12 School Facilities

Kathleen Moore & Associates

Koppel & Gruber Public Finance

School Services of California 

Contractors & Developers

Brady SoCal, Inc.

JL Bray & Son, Inc.

M Bar C Construction, Inc.

Pro-Craft Construction

San Joaquin Glass

Swinerton Builders

Tumblin Company

Valley Precision Grading

Western Building Materials

Construction Management

Blach Construction Company

California Construction Management

C.W. Driver

Elite Landscape Construction

Fresno Concrete Construction

Karsyn Construction

Kitchell CEM

Lundgren Management Corp.

Mark Wilson Construction, Inc.

WLC Construction Services 



Engineers/Licensed Professionals

ACH Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

Alpha Mechanical, Inc.

Baskin Engineering Mechanical Engineers Inc.

Blair Church and Flynn Consulting Engineers Inc.

Coast Engineering Designs Inc.

HPS Mechanical

Johnson Consulting Engineers

KNA Consulting Engineers, Inc.

P2S Engineering, Inc. 

Strategic Mechanical, Inc.

Studebaker Brown Electric, Inc.

Swanson Engineering, Inc.

Valley Unique Electric, Inc.

Financial Institutions

Dale Scott & Company

Isom Advisors

RBC Capital Markets, LLC

Furniture and Equipment Suppliers

Sierra School Equipment Company


AireMasters Air Conditioning

Modular Building Manufacturers

JTS Modular

Mobile Modular

Project Frog


California Association Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors, National Association

Outdoor / Recreation Equipment Suppliers


The KYA Group

Technology / Telecommunications Consultants

Serban Sound and Communications

Tel Tech Security Systems

Time and Alarm Systems

Contributions Below $5,000
Individuals and Businesses

4 Creeks
4 S.T.E.L. Engineering, Inc.
5M Contracting
A-1 Fire Protection, Inc.
ACCO Engineer Systems
Ace Electric
ACH Mechanical Contractors
Daniel Adams
Advance Communications
Advanced Structural Design, Inc.
AGC, Incorporated
Aguilar and Associates Architects
Air Systems
Air X Utilities Surveyors
AJ Kirkwood and Associates Inc.
Alan Mok Engineering
Alcal Specialty Contracting, Inc.
Alpha Mechanical
Alfa Tech, Inc.
Cathy Allen
All Star Signs, Inc.
Jeff Ambrosia
American Incorporated
American Integrated Resources, Inc.
American Sheet Metal Glazing
Jim Anderson
ANLA Associates, Inc.
A.O. Reed & Co.
Applied Restoration, Inc.
Architect Addison Schierbeek
Architects Gallegos & Eckle
Arntz Builders Inc.
Julie Arthur
Layne Arthur
Kevin Arwood
Patti Ashton
Atascadero Glass
ATI Architects
Audio Associates
Avendren Building Systems, Inc.
Noemi Avila-Zamudio
B2 Environmental
Bainbridge Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Mary Baker
Baker Electric
Constantine Baranoff
Barcus Structural Engineering, Inc.
Kim Barnett
Barrish Pelham Consulting Engineers
Chris Bartok
Baskin Engineering Mechanical Engineers
Bay Area Consulting Engineers
Jeffrey Becker
Bell Roof Company
Benchmark Landscape
Lance Bidnick
Regina Bills
BSK Associates
Blanchard Associates
Blue Coast Consulting
Blueprint Service Co.
Julie Boucher
Joanne Branch
Brandow & Johnston Structural and Civil Engineers
Bravo Concrete Construction Services, Inc.
Briggs Akalan Structural Engineering
Brio Engineering Associates, Inc.
Brooks-Ransom Associates
Broward Builders
Margaret Brown
Bruery LLC
Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc.
Buescher Electric, Inc.
John Burdette
Sandra Burgoyne
Burkett and Wong Engineers
Byrens Kim Design Works
C2 Imaging
California Sheet Metal
James Cahill
Cal-Kern Construction
Capital Engineering Consultants
Capital Program Management Inc.
Lynn Capouya
Cardinal Environmental
Carl G. Elliott Architect
Wyatt Carsjens
Carter-Kelly Inc.
Caston Plastering & Drywall, Inc.
Eric Cederquist
Cencal Demolition, Inc.
Central Valley Hardware
Century Painting
Champion Electric
Owen Chang
Chapman Air Systems, Inc.
Chauhan Consultants
Circle City Electric
Citadel CPM, Inc.
Clean Earth Restorations
Marilyn Cleveland
Commercial Furnishings
Commercial Openings, Inc.
Communication Wiring Specialists
Concrete Placement, Inc.
Michael Conroy
Consulting and Inspection Services, LLC
Continental Flooring
Control Air Conditioning Corporation
Michelle Coonan
Core Business Interiors
Corinne Loskot Consulting, Inc.
Robert Corley
Tova K. Corman
Couts Heating & Cooling, Inc.
CTE Inc.
CTE South
Cuyamaca Construction
Dan Worley Plumbing
Dave Bang Associates
David Taussig & Associates
Greg Davis
Davis Demographics and Planning, Inc.
DB Olsen and Company
DCI Engineers
Decision Insite LLC
Demolition Specialist, Inc.
Design West Engineering, Inc.
Timothy Dewitt
Dieli Murawka Howe, Inc.
Marty Dietz
Thomas Difiore
Gena Digby
Dirt Worx Inc.
Dittemore Insulation Contractors
Janet Dixon
Jay Dixon
Joe Dixon
Dixon SmartSchoolHouse
DKJ Architects
Don Kinzel Construction, Inc.
Donald Krotee Partnership, Inc.
Tonya Dooley
David A. Doomey
Donald M Hoover Co
Dorfmeier Masonry, Inc.
William Draa
Thomas Duffy
Dufoe Consulting Engineers
Durham Construction Company, Inc.
Dwight Reilly Surety & Insurance Brokers
Susan Dyke
Eastridge Workforce Solutions
Econo Fence, Inc.
Edge Electrical Consulting, Inc.
Johnathan Edwards
Elite Landscape Construction, Inc.
Elite Painting and Wallcovering
Engineering Employees Services Corp.
Englekirk Structural Engineers
Eric Hall & Associates
FBA Engineering
F.J. Willert Contracting Co., Inc.
Thomas C. Fallgatter Lawyer
Farley Interlocking Paving
John T. Fenton, Jr.
Fenton OR1
Owen Fish
Jim Fisher
FJ Williert Contracting Co.
Edith Florence
Four C’s Construction
FPL and Associates, Inc.
Christina Frankel
Fresno Concrete Construction, Inc.
Fresno Fabtech, Inc.
Fresno Plumbing and Heating Inc.
Fresno Reprographics, Inc.
Gil Fullen
Stacy Gaddini
Sumeet Gadi
Thomas Gaeto
Mat Gates
Gelfand Partners Architects
Geo-Advantec, Inc.
Gilbert & Sterns
Gilliam & Sons Inc.
Daniel Gonzales
Gonzalez Architects
Government Financial Strategies 
Jeffrey Grau
Ground Level
Group Delta Consultants Inc.
Lyn Gruber
Sherrie Gruber
Carl Grundman
Dov Grunschlag
H&M Mechanical Group
Scott Hammond
Bob Hampton
Gail Hanna
Jenny Hannah
Hardin-Davidson Engineering
Harik Construction Inc.
Lynn Hartline
Gene and April Hartline
Hastrup and Hyde, Inc.
Jim Haworth
Hill Partnership
Hoover Company
Gateway Engineering, Inc.
Gelfand Partners Architects
Geo-Advantec, Inc.
Gilbert Stearns Inc.
John Gizzo
Growthpoint Structures
Edward Gonzalez
Lorna Harris
Hibser Yamauchi
Highlands Energy Solutions
Lara Hirsch
HPS Mechanical
ICS Service
Idaho Pacific Lumber Company
Infinity Communications and Consulting
Inland Empire Architectural Specialties Inc.
Innovation Commercial Flooring
Integrated Designs by Somam, Inc.
Integrated Marketing Concepts, Inc.
Intercom Clock and Signal Service, Inc.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 428
Interpipe Contracting
J&M Concrete Contractors
Jack Schreder & Associates, Inc.
Douglas Janzen
JC Framing Construction
JCJ Architecture
JL Cobb Painting and Construction
J. Dean Ballard and Sons
Jerico Fire Protection Company, Inc.
Jim’s Supply Co., Inc.
Johasee Rebar
John A. Martin & Associates, Inc.
Pamela T. Johnson
Johnson Consulting Engineers
Johnson Controls
Gregory Jones
Jones Hall, A Law Corporation
Jordan Knighton Architects, Inc.
JPI Development Group
JTS Construction
JTS Modular
Helena Jubany
K2A Architecture and Interiors 
K and Z Cabinet Co
Kasco Fab, Inc.
Kathleen Moore & Associates
Mark Kelley
Keller Mitchell Landscape Architects
Kern Asphalt Paving & Sealing Co.
Kern Door Company
Kern Glass and Aluminum
Kern Steel Fabrication
Kincaid Industries
Kirkpatrick & Associates
Kister Savio and Rei
Kitchens to Go, LLC
Laura Knauss
Knights Pumping and Portable
Knowland Construction Services
Kroeker, Inc.
Kramer Project Development Co.
Michael Kurnik
LA Design Group, Inc.
Latitude 33
Mariana Lavezzo
Penny Lawlor
Lawrence Nye Carlson Associates
Lawson Mechanical Contractors
Leslie A. Leahy
Rod Leard
Lee and Stires, Inc.
Lee Andrews Group, Inc.
Jan Leeman
Leighton Consulting, Inc.
Leland Saylor & Associates
Lemanski and Rockwell Architects
Letner Roofing
L J Kruse Company
Lord Architecture Inc.
LP Consulting Engineers Inc.
LSA Associates, Inc.
MA Engineers
M.A. Stevens Construction, Inc.
Lauren Maass
Maas Companies
M Bar C Construction, Inc.
Mark Beamish Waterproofing
Trenton Manasse
Maroko & SHWE Inc.
Raul Martinez
Massetti Consulting, LLC
Cindy McGanney
McKissack & McKissack
Mia McKnight
McWhirter Steel
Dwayne Mears
Jessica Mears
Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
Mechanical Design Concepts
Medford Construction
MHP Structural Engineers
Ed Mierau
Miller Environmental, Inc.
Millennium Consulting
Minear Combined Construction
David Miranda
MJK Architecture
Mobile Modular
Montgomery Hardware
Donald Moore
Mary Morris
Morrow-Meadows Corporation
Motor City Auto Center
MTW Group
Mun Leu Architect Inc.
Murray Company
Myrtha Pools, USA
Nations Roof West
Matt Navo
New Dimension Masonry, Inc.
Ninyo and Moore
Nolte Sheet Metal Inc.
Norman S. Wright Equipment Corporation
Northstar Engineering Group, Inc.
NuWay, Inc.
Michael and Company
Michael O’Brien
Odell Planning & Research
Onesource Consulting LLC
Opterra Energy
Danny Ordiz
Orion Structural Engineering Inc.
Orness Design Group
Yolanda Ortiz
Pacific Coast Glazing
Pacific States Environmental Contractors Inc.
Paragon Furniture
Parker & Covert
Alex Parslow
PBS Engineers, Inc.
Pennsylvania Coatings, Inc.
Marsha Perry Park
John Peukert
Priscilla Phillips
Rob Pierce
Michael Pinto
Platt/Whitelaw Architects, Inc.
Plum Architects
Plumbing Inc.
PMSM Architects
Pocock Design Solutions
Lee Pollard
Precision Civil Engineering
Precision Concrete
Premier Management Group, Inc.
Program Management Group
Project Frog
Project Support Services
Protection Design and Consulting
Prudential Lighting Products
Melinda Pure
Yolanda Ortiz
Quality Reinforcing, Inc.
Joseph Quinonez
Rancho Pacific Electric, Inc.
RDM Electric Co., Inc.
Rebar Engineering Inc.
RGM and Associates
RHA Inc.
Riccardi Floor Covering
RIS Electrical Contractor
RJ, Inc.
RJC Architects
RMA Group
Ro’s Precise Painting, Inc.
James Robbins
Robert B Moss Architectural Specialties
Robert Boro Landscape Architect
Robinson Electric
Marcos A. Rodriguez
Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc.
Rose Sing & Associates, Inc.
Rowan Electric
Ted Rozzi
RS Construction Services, Inc.
Ruben’s Pipeline
Lori Rubenstein
RVA Management, Inc.
Tim Ryan
Safework, Inc.
Saiful/Bouqet Consulting Structural Engineers Inc.
Sally Swanson
Sandy Pringle Associates Inspection Consultants
San Diego Steel Solutions
San Joaquin Fence
San Joaquin Glass
Santa Clarita Concrete
Steve Sawyer
Scantech Graphics
Gerald Schafer
Shade Structures
Sierra Designs, Inc.
Sierra School Equipment Co.
School Site Solutions
Sillman Wright Architects
Silver Creek Industries Inc.
Simmons Construction
So Cal Building Restoration, Inc.
Soils Engineering
Solatube International, Inc.
Southern Sierra Chapter National Electrical Contractor’s Association
Specialized Painting
Spooner’s Woodworks, Inc.
Standard Drywall, Inc.
Mamie Starr
Steelcase Education
Heather Steer
Steve Eastham Engineering
Steve Sawyer
Tom Stevens
John Stock
Structure Cast
Sturgeon Services International
Jerry Suich
Sun Pacific Glazing, Inc.
SWS Engineering, Inc.
Sylvester Roofing Company, Inc.
Tam and CZ Architects
Tandus Centiva, LLC
Team C Construction
Tel-Tec Security Systems Inc.
Terraphase Engineering
TerraVerde Renewable Partners LLC
Terry Bedford Concrete Construction
Teter LLP
The Engineering Enterprise
The Mike Cox Electric, Inc.
Reese Thompson
Tomahawk Builders
TTG Engineers
Tracy Tucker
Steve Turner
Allen Tutt Jr.
Twining, Inc.
Underwood & Rosenblum
Valley Excavation, Inc.
Valley Fence Co.
Vernon Edwards Constructors
Mike Vail
Visalia Ceramic Tile
Vista Environmental Consulting
Jack Vombaur
Vulcan Steel Company
David Walrath
Warren Consulting Engineers
Waveguide Consulting Inc.
Webb Cleff Architecture
West Coast Firestopping Inc.
Westech Systems, Inc.
Western Building Materials Co.
Western Engineering Contractors, Inc.
Westland Heating and Air Conditioning
Westside Waste Management
Wild Electric, Inc.
Bruce Wilke
Wiseman and Rohy
Wm. B. Saleh Co.
Gary Wuitschick
Yarbs Grading and Paving, Inc.
Ziemba & Prieto Architects
Julie Zimmerman
Terry Zinger
Zumwalt Construction, Inc.