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									                                                                                                                                               Energy Tax Incentives
                                                                                                                                               focus for July’s LEED AP
                                                                                                                                               Breakfast Meeting
                                                                                                                                                    The next LEED AP Breakfast Meeting will be held Friday,
                                                                                                                                               July 8, and feature a presentation by Michael D’Onofrio
                                                                                                                                               (Engineered Tax Services). This course is approved for one hour
                                                                                                                                               of GBCI CE credit.
                                                                                                                                                    For more information or to register for breakfast meetings,
                                                                                                                                               call Kelly Butler (ext. 217) or visit bx.org.

                                                                                                                                               Friday, July 8
                                                                                                                                               8 to 9 a.m.
                                                                                                                                               $10 for employees of BX member firms
              The Newsletter of The Builders Exchange of Central Ohio • June 28, 2011                                                          $25 for employees of nonmember firms
                        Phone: 614/486-9521 • Fax: 614/486-7620 • bx.org
                              Published Weekly by The Daily Reporter.

                                                                       Companies recognized for safety excellence
  Meet                      THE   2011 RISING LEADERS                      Recently, the Builders Exchange proudly announced the
                                                                       winners of the 16th annual BX Safety Awards.
                                                                           Twenty-one companies were honored with a BX Safety
                                                                                                                                                   All of the winners will be formally recognized at the BX
                                                                                                                                               Annual Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17 at the Aladdin Shrine
                                                                                                                                               Center, 3850 Stelzer Rd.
                                                                       Achievement Award for outstanding safety statistics and jobsite             For more information about the BX Safety Awards, visit the

Ron Wilburn                                                            performance, and one company received a BX Safety Innovation
                                                                       Award for unique safety practices.
                                                                                                                                               BX website at bx.org, or contact Jenna Conaway (ext. 236) at the

Company: Limbach Co. LLC
                                                                                   Congratulations to three BX Safety Achievement Award Winners:
Title: Project Manager
Years in Construction Industry: 4
Rising Leader Comments:
“I hope to sharpen my
leadership skills and improve my
communication skills through
this program. The Rising Leaders
                                                                                                                             Settle Muter Electric                         Smoot-Elford-McDaniel’s
program is a great place to take your                                  Sauer Group, Inc.                                     Type of work: Settle Muter Electric is an     Type of work: Smoot-Elford-
leadership skills to the next level.”                                                                                        electrical contractor.                        McDaniel’s is a construction manager.
                                                                       Type of work: Sauer Group, Inc. is a full-service
     The Rising Leaders Institute (RLI), supported by a grant from     mechanical contractor.                                Senior leadership: Mark Muter, CEO,           Senior leadership: Tom Sisterhen, vice
the Builders Exchange Foundation, is an intensive, 12-session                                                                Brad Muter, operations manager and            president
                                                                       Senior leadership: Charlie Steitz, president and
program focused on building management skills and business                                                                   Greg Howard, senior project manager
                                                                       owner                                                                                               Safety staff: Angelo Giannakos,
knowledge of high potential individuals, and preparing them to                                                               Safety staff: Safex                           corporate safety director
serve as the future leaders of the construction industry.              Safety staff: Penny McFann, human resources
     Participants in the Rising Leaders Institute are required         and safety coordinator and Ryan Costello,             Average number of employees: 120              Average number of employees: 25
to have a champion from their company, a manager who acts              corporate field safety manager
                                                                                                                             Year the company was founded: 1995            Year the company was founded: 2002
as their mentor throughout the program. Wilburn’s mentor is            Average number of employees: 180 in the
Richard Schneider, Assistant Vice President with Limbach Co.                                                                 Company facts: Settle Muter Electric          Company facts: Smoot-Elford-
                                                                       Columbus office and 1,045 company-wide
LLC.                                                                                                                         has offices in Columbus and Raleigh,           McDaniel’s is a Tri-Venture created to
     With a curriculum developed for the Builders Exchange             Year the company was founded: 1876                    NC. The firm performs around                   serve as the construction manager for
by The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, the                                                                 $25 million in sales annually in the          various school systems in the Central
                                                                       Company facts: Sauer is a 133-year-old
sessions are taught by OSU faculty members.                                                                                  following areas: commercial, industrial,      Ohio area.
                                                                       mechanical contracting firm headquartered in
     For more information and an application for the 2012 Rising                                                             design/build, service, and residential.
                                                                       Pittsburgh. Locally, Sauer’s management is the                                                      BX safety accolades: This is the first
Leaders Institute, contact Kelly Butler (ext. 217) or visit the BX     fifth generation of family leadership to run the       BX safety accolades: This is the second       BX safety award that Smoot-Elford-
website at bx.org.                                                     company.                                              BX safety award that Settle Muter has         McDaniel’s has received.
                                                                       BX safety accolades: This is the ninth BX safety                                                    Company comments: “Being able to
                                                                       award that Sauer has received.                        Company comments: “Earning a BX               work so that we can all enjoy healthy
2011 Craftsmanship Award                                               Company comments: “We believe this
                                                                                                                             safety award shows SME’s commitment
                                                                                                                             to safety and demonstrates that we
                                                                                                                                                                           meaningful lives is the ultimate goal
                                                                                                                                                                           and the efforts of our employees
recipients announced                                                   award shows the level of seriousness that
                                                                       our employees take in being safe. They are
                                                                                                                             take safety upon ourselves rather than
                                                                                                                             being forced to do so.” – Brad Muter,
                                                                                                                                                                           help make that possible.” – Angelo
                                                                                                                                                                           Giannakos, corporate safety director
                                                                       trained to make safety part of their job and
    The BX Craftsmanship Award judges                                                                                        operations manager
                                                                       not someone else’s. The award is something
met recently and selected 12 individuals to                            they take pride in winning.” – Penny McFann,
be honored with a 2011 BX Craftsmanship                                human resources and safety coordinator
    Since 1964, the BX Craftsmanship
Awards Program has recognized the
importance of craftspeople for the quality
work they provide to the local construction
                                                                       Group-experience employers now eligible
                                                                       for safety council performance bonus rebate
    The Craftsmanship recipients were selected from 41
nominations of work completed throughout the central Ohio
area during the past year.                                                  The Builders Exchange is proud                  • Enroll with local safety council by             Companies that are self-insured or in
                                                                       to announce that the Ohio Bureau of                    July 31, 2011.                             group-retrospective rating programs are
The 2011 BX Craftsmanship Award recipients are:                        Workers’ Compensation has decided to                 • Attend ten meetings or events, eight       excluded from earning a rebate, but are
                                                                       extend the safety council performance                  of which must be through local             welcome to participate.
    • Clarence “Buddy” Brown (The Superior Group) for the              bonus rebate to group-experience                       safety council (Employers have the              For more information about the
      installation of the electrical feeder system for the main        employers during the 2012 fiscal year.                  option to gain credit for up to two        Safety Council of Greater Columbus or to
      electrical room in the penthouse area at Battelle Memorial       Previously, those in group-experience                  meetings through attendance at             enroll, visit safecolumbus.org or contact
      Institute; nominated by Brett Meyer (Gilbane Building            rating programs were encouraged to                     Ohio Safety Congress, DSH safety           Jenna Conaway (ext. 236) or Kelly Purcell
      Company);                                                        participate but excluded from earning any              training courses or industry-specific       (ext. 223) at the BX.
    • Danny Chard (Wanner Metal Worx, Inc.) for the steel              rebate.                                                training).
      columns and roof framing of the west gazebo at Harrison               To earn the 2% performance bonus                • CEO must attend any one safety
      Park; nominated by Craig Wanner (Wanner Metal Worx,              rebate, companies must meet all program                council sponsored function or
      Inc.);                                                           eligibility requirements and reduce their              meeting (CEO attendance counts as
    • Sam Ciminero (Smoot Construction) for the installation of        frequency and severity rates by 10% or                 credit toward one of ten meetings
      CMU, brick, glazed block and slate brick associated with         maintain both at zero.                                 required).
      the café/restroom building and band shell at Scioto Mile              Ohio BWC FY12 safety council                    • Submit semi-annual reports for the
      Promenade and Park; nominated by Jim Ruffing (Smoot               program discount eligibility requirements:             2011 calendar year.
    • Nick Clark (OCP Contractors) for the metal framing and
      drywall in the narthex, tabernacle and sanctuary at St. Paul
      the Apostle Catholic Church; nominated by Darrell Brown
      (OCP Contractors);
                                                                       Pay less for your electricity BWC makes changes to
    • Jud Cline (K.E. Dittmar Company, Inc.) for the stone
      facing and installation on the building exterior and
                                                                           The Exchange is proud to announce our newest
                                                                       partner-in-service, Volunteer Energy Services, Inc., offering a manual classification codes
      interior fireplace at the Orange Branch of the Delaware           special commercial rate to BX member firms.                                    The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) has
      County Library; nominated by Mick Harper (K.E. Dittmar                                                    ,
                                                                            If you’re a business customer of AEP you can save                  adopted several manual classification changes to become
      Company, Inc.) and Randy Pettit (Elford, Inc.);                  substantially on your company’s electricity. Volunteer energy           effective July 1, 2011. The object of manual classification codes
    • Steve Engle (Mid-City Electric Co.) for the installation         working with FirstEnergy Solutions, can reduce your electricity         is to assign the code that best describes your business. Within
      of electrical service and systems at the TJX Data Center;        cost by 20% or more.                                                    the next few weeks, BWC will send out letters to the employers
      nominated by Brian Dew (Mid-City Electric Co.);                                                                                          affected by these changes.
    • Rick Franz (Sauer Group, Inc.) for the installation of HVAC      Here’s how it works:                                                          Some new classification codes have been added, other codes
      piping and equipment in the new 13-story patient tower at             FirstEnergy Solutions is certified by the PUCO to supply            have been reclassified to another code and many classifications
      Nationwide Children’s Hospital; nominated by Ron Swart           electric generation services in Ohio. As a “Competitive Retail          have changes in the wording describing the operations. Below
      (Sauer Group, Inc.);                                             Electric Service” provider, FirstEnergy will supply the electric        are some of the changes:
    • Dean Meier (The Superior Group) for the electrical               generation to AEP based on your usage. AEP then delivers the
      distribution in the facility power house and west                electricity to you. You still receive                                   New Manual Classification Codes
      mechanical room at JP Morgan Chase; nominated by Rich            only one bill, from AEP – and that                                         • 2797 - Manufactured, modular or pre-fabricated home
      Hartman (The Superior Group);                                    bill will be a lot lower!                                                    manufacturing - shop work - all operations and drivers.
    • Doug Shawver (George J. Igel & Co., Inc.) for the                     Right now BX members are                                              • 2799 - Manufactured, modular or pre-fabricated home
      cast-in-place concrete stairs added to the north and south       being offered a guaranteed rate                                              setup, hook up or installation at building site.
      sides of Cunz Hall at The Ohio State University; nominated       through June 2014. That means
      by James Brassel, Jr. (George J. Igel & Co., Inc.);              no rate increases for three years!                                      Reclassification of Codes
    • Kevin Smuck (Hilliard Glass & Service) for the interior                                                                                      • Combine Manual 2812 - Cabinet works - with power
      glass package at the Franklin County Government Center           Get a preview of your savings:                                                machinery into revised Manual 2883 - Furniture
      Pavilion; nominated by Darren Taylor (Hilliard Glass &                Before you commit,                                                       manufacturing and cabinet shop - wood - NOC includes
      Service);                                                        Volunteer Energy has a quick way                                              assembling and finishing.
    • John Stamper (Martin Painting & Coating Co.) for the             to preview your savings. With                                               • Combine Manual 5651 - Carpentry - dwelling - three
      decorative painting, stenciling, gold leafing and staining at     your electric bill in hand, go to                                             stories or less into revised Manual 5645 - Carpentry -
      St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church; nominated by John          the home page of the BX website                                               detached one or two family dwellings.
      Pritt (Martin Painting & Coating Co.), and                       (bx.org) and click on Volunteer
    • Josh Wright (Bruner Corp.) for the installation of               Energy’s “Electricity Savings                                               These changes will first
      mechanical piping systems in the boiler room, chiller            Calculator.” In about 90 seconds,                                       appear on the July 1, 2011 to
      room and mechanical penthouses at Battelle Memorial              you’ll see the impact this program                                      December 31, 2011 payroll
      Institute; nominated by Brett Meyer (Gilbane Building            can make on your overhead.                                              report, that employers will
      Company).                                                             If you like the savings you see, all you need to do is complete    receive in late December 2011.
                                                                       a Program Enrollment Form (found right next to the savings                  If you have any questions regarding manual classifications,
                                                                       calculator) and return it – with that copy of your electric bill – to

                  Thank you
                                                                                                                                               please contact CareWorks Consultants’ Tammy Bowersmith at
                                                                       Volunteer Energy. You should see your savings on your bill within       800/837-3200, ext. 7247.
                                                                       two cycles!
                                                                            If you have questions or a unique situation (like
                                                                       multiple locations), feel free to contact the Volunteer Energy
     to the 2011 Craftsmanship Award Sponsors                          representative for the BX, Dan Deagle, at 614/496-3518 or                      Look on next page to find...
                                                                       ddeagle@volunteerenergy.com. For more information, contact
                                                                       Michelle Kadisevskis (ext. 219) at the Exchange.                            • Drug-free training for your employees and/or
                                                                                            Lower electricity rate                                 • Upcoming BX classes
                                                                                        Same billing & service from AEP
                                                                                        Great savings for your business                            • Bid List
14                                                                                                                                                                                                 TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2011

                                                                                                                                                                            BX General Education
Protect your company from damaging consequences                                                                                                                             Below is a list of upcoming BX education
                                                                                                                                                                            classes. For more information and a complete
     Substance abuse is often the silent and unseen cause of                                                                                           EDUCATION            list of classes offered, visit bx.org.
work-related accidents. Unfortunately, employers and their                  Drug-Free Employee Education
employees don’t realize it until it’s too late – when the costs can         Time: 8 to 9 a.m.
                                                                            Cost: $35 for employees of BX member firms                              q    PRELIMINARY AND CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING
be very damaging to an employer’s bottom line, and to the safety                                                                                        (BUILDING LAYOUT SKILLS IN CONSTRUCTION)*
and well-being of employees.                                                      $50 for nonmembers
                                                                                                                                                   Staking out a building layout may be fundamental to surveyors,
     The BX offers drug-free workplace training for your                                                                                           but other construction employees – superintendents and
                                                                            Drug-Free Supervisor Training
employees and supervisors to help you meet the yearly training              Time: 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.                                               foremen working for general contractors, excavation, paving,
requirements of the BWC drug-free safety program (DFSP).                    Cost: $55 for employees of BX member firms                              and utility contractors – benefit from learning the concepts and
     By participating in these training sessions, employees                       $75 for nonmembers                                               equipment behind basic building layout.
will receive information on their company policy, their                                                                                            The course encourages students to develop the ability to spot
responsibilities and rights, and the resources available to them if         Class requirement: Students must submit a copy of their                problems and improve accuracy during the building layout
they or a family member needs help.                                         company’s drug-free policy prior to the start of the class.            phase, which can prevent costly delays later in a project.
     Managers and supervisors play an important role in their                                                                                      Dates:       Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 12, 14, 19 and 21
company’s DFSP The course will teach them how to get to
                  .                                                         Note: All key contacts and associate members will receive              Time:        4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
                                                                            $25 off every class                                                    Instructor: Nathan Anderson (Korda/Nemeth Engineering, Inc.)
know their employees more and observe changes in their job
performance, along with documenting their observations.                          To register, contact Stacey Kruse (ext. 226) at the BX,                        and Jeff Miller (EMH&T, Inc.)
     The BX is offering the new, one-hour training sessions on              or register online at bx.org.                                          Fee:         $269 for employees of BX member firms
Tuesday, July 19 at the Exchange.                                                                                                                               $369 for nonmembers

                                                                                                                                                   q IMPROVING CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTIVITY *
                                                                                                 q OSHA 10-HOUR TRAINING COURSE                    Send your employees to this BX course, and see how your
                                                                                                 Date:     Tuesday and Thursday, July 12           company and projects can benefit from more effective
                                 BX Safety Training                                                        and 14 (Registration: 7:30 to
                                                                                                           8 a.m.; Program: 8 a.m. to
                                                                                                                                                   work strategies that will save you both time and money.
                                                                                                                                                   Course topics include: the definition of productivity, how to
     SAFETY                                                                                                                                        measure productivity, valuable plan development, effective
                                                                                                           2:30 p.m. each day)
                                 Use the BX as your safety training resource                     Speaker: Ron Lucy (EES Group, Inc.)               communication habits and how to define a role in improving
                                                                                                 Fee:      $129 for employees of BX                productivity.
                                                                                                           Workers Comp Group firms                 Date:        Mondays and Wednesdays, Aug. 8, 10, 15 and 17
                                                  Speaker:   Brett Gillilan (Bureau of                     $209 for employees of BX                Time:        4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
                                                             Workers Compensation)                         member firms                             Instructors: Doug Cooper (Liberty Construction Services, Inc.),
Date:     Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 29
                                                  Fee:       Free for employees of SCGC                    $369 for nonmembers                                  Todd Cooper and Brian Swope (The Quandel
          (Registration: 7:30 to 8 a.m.,
                                                             member firms                         Course completion card - Issued by the                         Group, Inc.)
          Program: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)
                                                             $35 for nonmembers of the           OSHA Training Institute                           Fee:         $269 for employees of BX member firms
Speakers: Sanda Elkins and Deb Murphy
                                                             SCGC                                                                                               $369 for nonmembers
          (Builders Exchange)
Fee:      $45 for employees of BX                                                                      All classes are located at the Builders
                                                  q OSHA 30-HOUR TRAINING COURSE                 Exchange unless otherwise noted and               q INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS
          Workers Comp Group firms
                                                  Date:     Mondays and Wednesdays,              most safety classes offer OCILB and AIA           In this course students will learn the basics of reading
          $65 for employees of BX
                                                            July 11, 13, 18 and 20               credits.                                          construction drawings from the perspectives of an architect
          member firms
                                                            (Registration: 7:30 to 8 a.m.;             To register for any safety program,         and a contractor. After completing the class, attendees will
          $95 for nonmembers
                                                            Program: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.         call Jenna Conaway                                understand general terms in the design process, know where to
                                                            each day)                            (ext. 236) or Kelly                               find information in a set of plans and be able to locate symbols
                                                  Speaker: Todd Smith (RiskControl 360)          Purcell (ext. 223)                                and terms within blueprints and specifications.
                                                  Fee:      $469 for employees of BX             at the Exchange.                                  Attendees will receive an excellent introduction on how to read
                                                            Workers Comp Group firms              You may also                                      plans and specifications through lecture and hands-on work with
                                                            $509 for employees of BX             register online                                   commercial drawings.
Date:     Wednesday, July 6
                                                            member firms                          for safety                                        Dates:       Monday and Wednesday, Aug. 22 and 24
          (Registration, networking
                                                            $809 for nonmembers                  classes at                                        Time:        4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
          and a hot breakfast: 7:30 a.m.;
                                                  Course completion card - Issued by the         bx.org.                                           Instructors: Adam Drexel (Ruscilli Construction Co., Inc.) and
          Program: 8 to 9:30 a.m.)
                                                  OSHA Training Institute                                                                                       Chris Bendinelli
Location: The Makoy Center, 5462
                                                                                                                                                   Fee:         $199 for employees of BX member firms
          Center St., Hilliard, OH 43026
                                                                                                                                                                $299 for nonmembers

                                                                                                                                                        * Denotes classes that are part of the BX Certified
                                                               Visit our website at                                                                Superintendent Program
                                                                                                                                                   curriculum. Unless
                                                                                                                                                   otherwise noted, classes

                                                                                                                                                   are held at the BX,
                                                                                                                                                   1175 Dublin Rd.
                                                                                                                                                   To register, call
                                                                                                                                                   Pam Austin
                                                                                                                                                   (ext. 222) at
                                                                                                                                                   the BX.

         Plans and specifications for the following jobs out for
                                                                                              Bid List
                                                                             (201000683168) Est. Cost:           – Boiler Replacement              JUN 30, 11AM B#325 Mercer             (A) Sanitary Sewer – Lift
    bid are now available in the Builders Exchange/Dodge Plan                $5,000,000 (Owner: City of          (A) Buckeye Sr. High                 – Water Distribution               Stations (200900428787)
    Room for review by BX and Dodge members (*indicates an                   Hamilton Purchasing)                School – 3084 Columbia               System Improvements                Est. Cost: $7,011,000 (Owner:
    addendum). The plan room number is 614/486-6575. If calling           JUL 18, 2PM B#227 * Franklin           Rd (B) Buckeye Jr. High              (201000631446) Est. Cost:          Guernsey County Engineer)
    to inquire about faxing a specific bid, please have the Dodge             – Taylor Estates & Holton           School – 3084 Columbia Rd            $1,325,000 (Owner: Village of   JUL 07, 1PM DWR#54 Cuyahoga
                                                                             Park WWTP Replacement               (201100528608) Est. Cost:            Mendon)                            – Glenville High School
    bin or table number available. A more extensive bid list may
                                                                             20110925 (A) Taylor                 $490,000 (Owner: Buckeye          JUN 30, 12PM DWR#19 * Athens          (201100531772) Est. Cost:
    be found on the BX website, bx.org.
                                                                             Estates (B) Holton Park             Local School District)               – Air Conditioning (Hocking        $150,000 (Owner: Cleveland
                                                                             (201000685831) Est. Cost:        JUN 28, 3PM B#308 Franklin              College Computer Labs)             Metropolitan School District)
                                                                             $1,620,200 (A) $735,200             – Roof Replacement (Fire             (201100530217) Est. Cost:       JUL 07, 1PM B#365 Morrow
                                           (C) BP 3 – Media Equipment
                                                                             (B) $534,500 (Owner: Franklin       Station & Electric Division          $110,000 (Owner: Hocking           – Hazardous Material
     JUN 28, 12PM B#202 * Hamilton         (201100517384) Est. Cost:
                                                                             County Sanitary Engineering         Bldg) (201100531182) Est.            College)                           Abatement/Building
        – Loose Furnishings (Chase         $1,270,000 (A) $360,000
                                                                             Department)                         Cost: $103,000 (Owner: City       JUN 30, 1PM CD Wood                   Demolition (A) BP 17
        School BP 7) (201100525462)        (B) $820,000 (C) $90,000                                                                                                                      – Hazardous Material
        Est. Cost: $250,000 (Owner:        (Owner: Switzerland of Ohio                                           of Westerville)                      – Demolition (West, East
                                                                          *** BIDS JUST RECEIVED ***          JUN 28, 3:30PM B#323 Franklin           and Central Elementary             Abatement (B) BP 18
        Cincinnati Public Schools          Local Schools)                                                                                                                                – Building Demolition
        Purchasing Department)          JUN 30, 1PM CD * Monroe                                                  – Audio/Visual & Security            Schools) (201100528732)
                                                                                                                 Installation (Whitehall              (Owner: Lakota Local Schools       (201100534886) Est. Cost:
     JUN 28, 3PM CD Wayne – Selby          – Technology (Switzerland      JUN 28, 1PM B#322 Darke
                                                                                                                 CSD) (A) Etna Road ES                Sandusky County)                   $722,360 (A) $305,000
        Hall Phytotron Facility (Lab       of Ohio LSD) BP 9 (A) BP 1        – Dayton Public Schools
                                                                                                                 (B) Kae ES (C) Beechwood          JUN 30, 1PM B#233 Champaign           (B) $422,360 (Owner:
        Renovation) (201000555960)         – Telephone Headsets (B) BP       Playfield Irrigation
                                                                                                                 ES (D) Rosemore MS                   – Graham Local Schools             Northmor Local School
        Est. Cost: $608,551 (Owner:        2 – Security Systems (C) BP       (A) Meadowdale HS (B) Rosa
        Ohio State University/             3 – Network Electronics           Parks PK-8 (C) Ponitz Career        (201100528921) Est. Cost:            Pavement (Repair)
                                                                                                                                                                                      JUL 07, 1:30PM TBL#05 *
        Facilities Planning & Dev)         (D) BP 4 – Structured             Technology Center (D) BP 1          $750,000 (Owner: Whitehall           (201100531217) Est. Cost:
                                                                                                                                                                                         Logan – Bellefontaine
     JUN 29, 3PM CD * Franklin             Cabling (E) BP 5 – Sound/         – Irrigation System (E) BP 2        City School District)                $112,000 (Owner: Graham
                                                                                                                                                                                         City Schools Elementary
        – TWDF Preliminary                 Video (201100517331) Est.         – Electrical (201100531776)      JUN 29, 10AM DWR#17 Logan               Local Schools)
                                                                                                                                                                                         & Middle School/Gym
        Treatment Process/Septage          Cost: $1,223,200 (A) $69,900      Est. Cost: $170,000                 – Bellefontaine Schools           JUN 30, 2PM DWR#55 Logan
                                                                                                                                                                                         (D) 6-8 Middle School Bid
        Treatment J217 (A) Jackson         (B) $530,400 (C) $261,000         (D) $145,000 (E) $25,000            Water and Sewer Project              – TR 33 Widening &
                                                                                                                                                                                         Packages 51-57 (L) K-2
        Pike WWTP New Headworks            (D) $85,400 (E) $276,500          (Owner: Dayton Board of             (201100531372) Est. Cost:            Resurfacing (201100531371)
                                                                                                                                                                                         Elementary Bid Packages
        (Project #650252) Est. Cost:       (Owner: Switzerland of Ohio       Education Fiscal Services)          $320,000 (Owner: City of             (Owner: Logan County Board
                                                                                                                                                                                         61-67 (200900649641) Est.
        $6,000,000 (Owner: Kurtz           Local Schools)                 JUN 28, 1:30PM CD * Wood               Bellefontaine Service-Safety         of Commissioners)
                                                                                                                                                                                         Cost: $25,065,000 (Owner:
        Bros Inc.)                      JUN 30, 2PM DWR#84 Franklin          – 2011 Parking Lot                  Director)                         JUL 01, 10AM CD Wood – BGSU
                                                                                                                                                                                         Bellefontaine City Schools)
     JUN 29, 3PM DWR#73 Franklin           – RFQ/AE: Darbydale               Improvements (Phase 2)           JUN 29, 2PM B#362 * Ross                Cochrane Field Soccer Field
                                                                                                                                                                                      JUL 07, 2PM B#329 * Cuyahoga
        – Idlewild Drive Stormwater        Wastewater Treatment              (201100526660) Est. Cost:           – Chillicothe Municipal              Lighting Installation 5661
                                                                                                                                                                                         – East Tech High School
        System (IMPROV)                    Plant (Enhancements)              $944,000 (Owner: Bowling            Court Facility (Convert &            (201100533662) Est. Cost:          (201100531774) Est. Cost:
        (201100516966) (Owner: City        (201100524394) (Owner:            Green State University              Renovate) (200900568631)             $370,000 (Owner: Bowling           $250,000 (Owner: Cleveland
        of Columbus Sewer System           Franklin County Sanitary          Purchasing Dept)                    Est. Cost: $1,000,000 (Owner:        Green State University             Metropolitan School District)
        Engineering Section)                                              JUN 28, 1:30PM B#345 *                 City of Chillicothe Division of      Purchasing Dept)                JUL 07, 2PM B#346 * Franklin
                                           Engineering Department)
     JUN 29, 3:30PM B#234 Franklin –                                         Muskingum – Mid East                Engineering)                      JUL 05, 10:30AM SHELF E               – Demolition (Riverside
                                        JUN 30, 3PM DWR#11 Franklin
        Furnishings (Etna Road/Kae/                                          Career Technology Center         JUN 29, 2:30PM B#318 * Athens           Butler – Butler County             Bradley) (201100534347)
                                           – Guardrail & Item
        Beechwood & Rosemore)                                                Campuses (RENOV/ADD)                – Haning Hall (Interior              Regional Airport (IMPROV)          (Owner: Columbus
                                           – Fence (Repair) SA004013
                                                                             (A) BP 200 – Site                   Improvement) Ohio                    (A) 5 Year Butler County           Metropolitan Housing
        (201100528872) Est. Cost:          (201100528800) Est. Cost:
                                                                             Development Package                 University (201000670147)            Regional Airport Capital           Authority)
        $950,000 (Owner: Whitehall         $350,000 (Owner: Columbus
                                                                             (G) Buffalo Site                    Est. Cost: $272,000 (Owner:          Improvements (C) Section        JUL 08, 4PM B#313 Darke
        City School District)              Pub Svc Dept Office of
                                                                             (H) Zanesville Site (I) BP 211      Ohio University Procurement          A – Crack Repair and               – DMHA Rehab & Structural
     JUN 30, 11AM DWR#02 *                 Support Services)
                                                                             – Maintenance Building              Services)                            Pavement Marking                   Repairs to 521 Malden-
        Hamilton – Emergency            JUN 30, 3PM DWR#12 Franklin
                                                                             (J) BP 212 – Road Widening       JUN 29, 3PM DWR#04 *                    (D) Section B – Aircraft Ramp      Hollencamp OH531 AMP
        Management Agency Siren            – Pedestrian Safety
                                                                             (K) A Site Development              Franklin – Street Light              Reconstruction – Phase 4           (201100529055) (Owner:
        (Replacement) – Phase 2            Improvements – Obetz
                                                                             Package Volume 1 (L) G Site         Maintenance 2011 SA003996            (E) Section C – Obstruction        Dayton Metropolitan
        (201100521438) Est. Cost:          Road Sidewalks SA004012
                                                                             Utility Buffalo Volume 2            (201100519265) (Bid date             Removal (F) Section D              Housing Authority)
        $1,024,700 (Owner: Hamilton        (201100522208) Est. Cost:         (M) H Site Utility Zanesville       extended from June 22) Est.          – Security Equipment            JUL 12, 1PM CD Belmont
        County Bd of Comm Dept of          $260,000 (Owner: Columbus         Volume 2 (200300718526)             Cost: $200,000 (Owner: City          Installation (200700833442)        – Belmont Technical College
        Purchasing)                        Pub Svc Dept Office of             Est. Cost: $40,000,000 -            of Columbus Division of              Est. Cost: $925,240                Parking Lots & Drives
     JUN 30, 1PM CD * Belmont              Support)                          $45,000,000 (I) $321,000            Power & Water)                       (C) $132,940 (D) $675,300          (201100536004) Est. Cost:
        – Powhatan Point School         JUN 30, 3PM B#355 * Franklin         (J) $200,000 (Owner: Mid-        JUN 30, 9:15AM DWR#105                  (E) $42,000 (F) $75,000            $211,200 (Owner: Belmont
        (Grades PK-8) BP 8                 – Campus Electric Capacity        East Career & Technical             Ashland – 2011 Ashland               (Owner: Butler County              Technical College)
        (A) BP 1 – General Trades          – Phase 2 (New Substation)        Center)                             County Bituminous Cold               Regional Airport – Pro Aero     JUL 13, 10AM SHELF E Highland
        (B) BP 2 – Roofing (C) BP           OSU081042 (B) Substation       JUN 28, 2PM DWR#16 Licking             Mix Resurfacing Program              Inc)                               – 2011 Highland County
        3 – Fire Protection                Underground/Civil Package         – Loose Furnishings                 (201100532684) Est. Cost:         JUL 05, 2PM CD Wood                   Airport Improvements
        (D) BP 4 – Plumbing (E) BP 5       (200600914026) (Bid date          (Newark HS) (A) NHS 401A            $1,100,000 (Owner: Ashland           – BGSU Learning                    (A) Section A – Obstruction
        – HVAC (F) BP 6 – Electrical       extended from June 22) Est.       – Classroom Furniture               County Commissioners)                Commons (IMPROV) 5666              Lighting (B) Section B
        (G) BP 7 – Food Service            Cost: $57,000,000 (Owner:         (B) NHS 402A – Office             JUN 30, 10AM CD Delaware                (201100535322) Est. Cost:          – Obstruction Removal
        (200900447384) Est. Cost:          Ohio State University/            Furniture (C) NHS 403A              – McNamara Park                      $131,075 (Owner: Bowling           (201100535960) Est. Cost:
        $8,313,350 (A) $4,598,000          Facilities Planning & Dev)        – Student Dining Furniture          Expansion Phase 1 (RE-BID)           Green State University             $132,000 (A) $32,000
        (B) $287,000 (C) $130,000       JUL 06, 1PM B#224 Wheeling           (201100531293) Est. Cost:           (200900586754) Est. Cost:            Purchasing Dept)                   (B) $100,000 (Owner:
        (D) $478,000 (E) $1,417,000        (WV) – Shannon Hall Porch         $370,000 (A) $115,000               $667,700 (Owner: Genoa            JUL 05, 2:30PM B#335 * Stark          Highland County Board of
        (F) $1,254,000 (G) $149,350        Painting – Ohio University        (Owner: Newark City Schools)        Township Board of Trustees)          – Stark State College SBA          Commissioners)
        (Owner: Switzerland of Ohio        (201100525585) Est. Cost:      JUN 28, 2PM DWR#120 Lucas           JUN 30, 11AM DWR#38 Hamilton            Energy Design Center            JUL 13, 2PM B#347 Geauga
        Local Schools)                     $28,000 (Owner: Ohio              – PLC/PT Control Panel              – Fire Suppression Upgrade           SSC11001 (201100533708)            – Infirmary Creek
     JUN 30, 1PM CD * Monroe               University Procurement            (Preliminary Treatment              (Justice Center Third Floor)         Est. Cost: $1,214,000 (Owner:      Wastewater Treatment Plant
        – Furniture (Bealsville/           Services)                         Plant) (201100531068)               (201100531327) Est. Cost:            Stark State College)               (IMPROV) (200800582319)
        Monroe and Woodsfield)           JUL 06, 2PM B#311 Butler             (Owner: City of Toledo              $66,000 (Owner: Hamilton          JUL 06, 10AM B#337 Guernsey –         Est. Cost: $2,500,000 (Owner:
        (A) BP 1 – Loose Furnishings       – Water Reclamation Facility      Division of Support Services)       County Bd of Comm Dept of            Buffalo-Derwent Wastewater         Geauga County Board of
        (B) BP 2 – School Specialties      Phase 1 (IMPROV) 101           JUN 28, 2PM B#215 Medina               Purchasing)                          Collection System                  Commissioners)

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