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Polycomp Administrative Services Inc. is a California-based consulting leader in providing customized employee benefit and retirement plan administration with personalized service since 1974.

With a strong background in the third-party administration of construction trade association benefit trusts, Polycomp works with the trustees in designing the best programs to maximize the benefits offered to association members and apprentices.

Polycomp performs all administrative functions required to operate a trust, such as Health & Welfare, Pension, HRA, Holiday and Vacation Pay, Hour Banking, and Apprenticeship/Training Trusts.

Our priority at Polycomp is to provide quality administrative services, tailored to the specific needs of each client. Our goal is ensuring all associations, trustees, employers, and employees feel confident about the day-to-day operation of the trust and the individual employee's benefits.

In addition to our work with Davis Bacon/Prevailing Wage employee benefit plans, Polycomp is also a well-respected benefit consulting organization that is staffed and structured to provide a wide range of professional employee benefit services for individuals and companies of various sizes. From our offices in San Diego, Roseville and Woodland Hills, Polycomp designs and administers customized Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Retirement Plans, as well as Cafeteria Plans, ESOPs and Self Directed IRAs.

Whether your company is interested in starting a benefit plan or improving an existing one, Polycomp has the experience, staff and procedures to facilitate your needs. For more information visit Polycomp's Web site at www.polycomp.net, or send an e-mail to Cmastrianni@Polycomp.net.

Polycomp is proud to serve as a benefits consultant to the San Diego ABC Chapter.


Submitted by Christopher Mastrianni, Polycomp Administrative Services Inc.

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