December 2023 Building Buzz

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BUILDING Building Buzz is a publication of the Bismarck-Mandan Home Builders Association.

Bismarck-Mandan Home Builders Association 2600 Gateway Ave, Ste 1 Bismarck, ND 58503 Phone: 701.222.2400


home ownership, education, and legislation SINCE 1958. JOE HILLERSON, PRESIDENT Boulder Homes PO Box 1421 Bismarck, ND 58502 (701) 400-5554 ANDREW MELDAHL, 1 ST VICE PRESIDENT Pinnacle Homes and Design 214 Riverwood Ave Mandan, ND 58554 (701) 426-0237

MCKENZIE LAWLER Dakota OutdoorScapes 8351 Hwy 1804 N Bismarck, ND 58503 (701) 595-0890 LORI WILLSON Northern Plains Plumbing, Heating & Air 2510 Vermont Ave Bismarck, ND 58504 (701) 222-2155

RORY ANDERSON, 2 ND VICE PRESIDENT Verity Homes 3100 N 14th St, Ste 1 Bismarck, ND 58503 (701) 391-0093

RON STOTZ CAVES 1365 Tacoma Ave, Suite 1 Bismarck, ND 58504 (701) 751-1162

JOE VETTER, SECRETARY & TREASURER Joe Vetter Construction 2523 Powder Ridge Cir Bismarck, ND 58503 (701) 258-9394

NATHAN TODD Northwest Contracting 2840 Valley Forge St Bismarck, ND 58503 (701) 226-0526

JAMIE SCHMIDT, PAST PRESIDENT Investcore, Inc. 1601 N 12th St. Suite 605 Bismarck, ND 58501 (701) 223-3030

LEROY THOMAS J.E. Homes LLC PO Box 3121 Bismarck, ND 58502 (701) 400-9163

VICKI MORAN Hallmark Homes 3200 Rock Island Place, Suite 4 Bismarck, ND 58504-7717 (701) 471-7634

SHANE GAFFANEY American Roofing Supply 1600 Industrial Dr Bismarck, ND 58501 (701) 805-8650

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Dawn Watson Office: 701-222-2400 Cell: 701-390-5049

COMMUNICATIONS Jennifer Patera Office: 701-222-2400 Cell: 218-416-2439

President’s Message Wow! I can’t believe it’s December already! This means that 2023 is coming to an end, and with that my time as the President of the Bismarck-Mandan Home Builders Association. It has been a very rewarding experience for me to serve our association over the years, especially this year as President. As I look back, I’m very proud to see our membership and attendance at our events continue to hold their own on such a tough year economically in our industry. Congratulations, and THANK YOU to you all in continuing to support our association this year!


In November, I along with several of our members attended the ND Association of Builders Annual Banquet and Board Meetings in Fargo. It was a great event, with productive meetings. Additionally, the BMHBA was well represented with Vicki and Scott Moran of Hallmark Homes Inc. being named as the 2023 NDAB Builder of the Year! Congratulations Vicki and Scott, well done! Remember, all BMHBA members are also members of NDAB and are encouraged to get involved on a state level. If not state, I ask that you get involved locally, remember to always be recruiting! We have strength in numbers. Membership applications are available online and staff are always on standby to follow up on referrals.

I would also like to continue to remind everyone to sign up for the 2024 Annual Home Show which will be held on March 15 th and 16th at the Bismarck Event Center. The Home Show is a big event for our association, and I would like to encourage you all to sign up early as booths have already been going quickly! In closing, I’d like to give you all a heartfelt thank you for having me serve as the BMHBA President in 2023. It’s been an honor, and an experience that I’ve gained much more from than I gave. I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Make sure to sign up for these upcoming events: •

65th Annual Banquet: January 18th, 2024, at the Heritage Center Atrium

47th Annual Home Show: March 15th and 16th, 2024 at the Bismarck Events Center

Mark Your Calendars January 17 Annual Banquet Heritage Center — Bismarck February 7 PWB Event Lady J’s—Bismarck February 27 - 29 International Builder Show Las Vegas, NV

Membership Matters The BMHBA consists of building specialists from every section of the construction field and associate industries. Your membership strengthens our voice in Bismarck-Mandan construction sector as well as at a state and national level. If you haven’t already submitted payment, please renew your membership by month. Better Roofing & Contracting, LLC Tyler Perry Bremer Bank Tom Boyer White Cap Jon Zabolotny Builders FirstSource Keith Doerr Burleigh County (Building/Planning/Zoning) Mitch Flanagan Comfort Zone Heating & Air Randy Mathern Dakota Drywall, Inc. Ryan Talbacka Dakota West Contracting, Inc. Mark Klein Front Street Millwork & Lumber, Inc. Chris Vigness H.A. Thompson and Sons Virgil Case

House of Color, Inc. Sam Gisvold Interior Finish & Remodel Inc. Jay & Jenessa Wickline Jeepers Sweepers LLP Tom Reineke Kirsten Thomson Homes LLC Kirsten Thomson Looking Glass Cabinetry and Design Brandy Brendel Myhre Concrete Design, Inc. Heidi Dietrich Nodak Construction Kevin Turnbow Pacific Sound & Video Jamie Stephens Pinnacle Homes and Design Andrew Meldahl Prestige Homes & Design, Inc. Josh Kuntz

RiverBend Roofing and Exteriors Mike Hopfauf Shaun Kessler Construction Inc. Shaun Kessler Summit Homes LLC Austin Fettig Swenson, Hagen & Co. Landon Niemiller The Printers, Inc. John Nelson The Window & Door Store Jayden Chuppe Verity Homes Rory Anderson Wegner Roofing and Solar Rex Causey Yanish Custom Exteriors Gene Anderson Your Home Improvement Company Lyndse Wagner

Join the BMHBA in congratulating these longstanding members. Their dedication to the Bismarck-Mandan Home Builders Association is appreciated and truly valued.




Membership Matters Please welcome our new members from November to the Association! Magic Gloves Cleaning Service Blanca De La Cruz Associate Membership (701) 425-6477

Thank you to our members who have helped grow our BMHBA membership over the years by recruiting new companies to join our association. If you know of a company that is interested in joining, contact Jennifer at

Statesman Spike (500-999) Kelly Moldenhauer (747.00) Super Spikes (250-499) Todd Brady (387) Robb Sattler (300.00) Mike Todd (289.00) Lee Mitzel (272.50) Pat Marback (263.00) Royal Spikes (150-249) Lori Willson (224.00) Mike Hopfauf (202.00) Berna Vetter (192.00) Colby Well (166.50) Jack Knutson (163.00) Red Spikes (100-149) Blair Ihmels (148.50) Steve Redding (126.50) Chad Moldenhauer (115.00) Jerry Splonskowski (108.50) Vance Vetter (101.75)

Don’t forget to register for the International Builders’ Show! The show will take place in Las Vegas on February 27-29, 2024. Take advantage of early registration by January 5th

Green Spikes (50-99) Paula Haider (99.50) David Patience (96.50) Mark Larson (92.50) Eric Brenden (92.50) Darren Buffington (85.00) Kenneth Knodel (68.50) Art Goldammer (65.00) Jamie Schmidt (64.00) Scott Moran (59.00) Scott Duchcherer (58.00) Gerry Rudnick (53.00) Jeff Sattler (52.00) Life Spikes (25-49) Gerald Hopfauf (46.00) Drew Knutson (44.50) Matt Shauer (44.00) Greg Meidinger (41.50) Greg Zenker (39.00) Blue Spikes (6-24) Shane Gaffaney (23.00)

Jason Frank (22.50) Kelli Thompson (20.25) Joe Hillerson (20.00) Melinda Llyod (16.00) Bob Kupper (13.50) Pete Brendel (9.50) Rory Anderson (8.50) Darryl Hatzenbuhler (8.00) Bill Schmid (8.00) Mike Wolf (8.00) Vicki Moran (7.00) Shannon Reichenberg (6.50) Spike Candidates (.50-5.50) Parker Pladson (4.00) Melanie Staiger (4.00) Jarred Roloff (3.50) Jeran Thomson (3.50) Sam Gietzen (3.50) Brian Eiseman (3.00) Sam Gietzen (3.50) Wade Vogel (2.50) Lynn Klein (2.00) LeRoy Thomas (2.00) Tom Reinke (2.00) Alissa Kleinsasser (2.00) Natalie Eckes (2.00) Gina Hruby (2.00) Laurie Wentz (1.50) Kathy Feist (1.00) Kari Anderson (1.00) Lindsey Matter (1.00) Reid Kubesh (1.00) Travis Welle (1.00) Dave Prindiville (1.00) Terry Leabo (1.00) Brad Balerud (1.00) Hannah Haynes (1.00) Joe Vetter (1.00) Kassy Landis (1.00) Lindsey Ashley (0.50) Bryan Brendel (0.50) Tae Pifer (0.50) Judy Maslowski (0.50) Andy Nelson (0.50) Kayla Bosch (0.50)

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2023 NDAB Fall Meeting NDAB members, staff and Board of Directors gathered at The Boiler Room in Fargo for the Politics of Whisky class taught by Certified Bourbon Taster, Scott Meske and ended with a social that included a silent auction. All proceeds benefited NAHB BUILD-PAC

The North Dakota Association of Builders held their Annual Banquet on November 16 at the Radisson Blu in Fargo. Former NDAB President Jeff Sattler inducted Tom Spaeth as the 2024 NDAB President! Congratulations to our own Vicki and Scott Moran (Hallmark Homes), who won 2023 North Dakota State Builder of the Year Award!!

ND Builder of the Year

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Mike Salwey – Lumber Mart

Jim Sandbeck – Triple J Construction


The Professional Women in Building (PWB) met to commemorate its 3rd Anniversary Celebration at the beautiful Fabricators Unlimited Showroom. This event was a success, with a fantastic turnout of members who gathered to celebrate, connect, and make decisions regarding the organization's future. The evening began with an air of excitement as PWB members and guests arrived at the Fabricators Unlimited Showroom, a stunning venue that set the perfect backdrop for the celebration. The event was a testament to the strength and growth of the PWB community over the past three years, and it was heartening to see so many dedicated professionals in attendance. One of the key highlights of the evening was the election of the 2024 Executive Committee Members. The PWB community takes great pride in its commitment to empowering and promoting women in the building industry. The election process was an opportunity for members to have a direct hand in shaping the organization's future leadership. However, in true PWB fashion, the anniversary celebration wasn't all business. After the meeting, attendees had the opportunity to socialize with one another, fostering connections and friendships that are at the heart of the PWB community. Networking and sharing experiences are integral to our principles, and the event provided an ideal platform for members to do just that. The evening was filled with laughter, camaraderie, and a sense of achievement. It was a celebration of how far PWB has come in its mission to empower professional women in the building industry and a reminder of the work that still lies ahead. As the event came to a close, attendees left with a renewed sense of purpose and camaraderie. The Professional Women in Building 3rd Anniversary Celebration was a memorable evening that showcased the strength and dedication of its members. PWB is excited for another year of growth, empowerment, and advocacy in the building industry!!

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• Fuel-fired heaters: Always use the right kind of fuel as specified by the manufacturer. Allow the unit to cool before refueling. Never refuel indoors. • Venting: All fuel-burning equipment should be vented to the outside to avoid carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Never block a heater’s airflow to, or from, the fan. Obstruction of a heater’s air intake or exhaust could lead to overheating and create a potential fire hazard. • CO detection: Any time a fuel-fired heater is used, ensure that there is a CO monitor on site. • Fire Hazards & Combustibles: To avoid the risk of fire, do not use heating equipment on, or near, combustible surfaces. Heaters should only be installed on a non-combustible surface that extends a minimum of three feet beyond the front of the heater. Never operate a heater near flammable materials, chemicals or vapors. • Electrical Connection: Ensure the power supply cord’s plug cap is fully inserted into the outlet. To avoid overheating and a potential fire hazard, do not use an extension cord with the heater. • Breakers and GFCIs: An electrical outlet with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or a ground fault-protected circuit is recommended. • Maintenance & Storage: Ensure heaters have had sufficient time to cool down after use before moving or storing. Periodically clean the heater of any dust or particle accumulation. • Fire extinguisher: Keep a fire extinguisher within 50 feet of a heater. The minimum size is 3A,10B,C. Make sure workers know where it is located and how to use it. Builders FirstSource is your first source for great customer service and high quality building materials.


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Around Our State The holidays are right around the corner, which is a great time to reflect on our member accomplishments in the past year. NDAB had a lot of changes in 2023, and we look forward to 2024 with what we can achieve in the new year! NDAB had a busy November with our fall events in Fargo. On Day One we met with Home Builders Institute (HBI) President & CEO, Ed Brady, to discuss the importance of importance of implementing the HBI curriculum into our schools to help with workforce development. Ed joined us at our BUILD-PAC event that night where we hosted a Bourbon Tasting, “Politics of Whiskey” class at Elevate Meetings & Events, with a social afterwards where Mayor Kory Peterson (Horace) and Commissioner Dave Piepkorn joined us. NAHB’s JEFF SATTLER BRITTNEY ROEHRICH 2023 NDAB PRESIDENT Federal Legislative Director, Heather Voorman, also flew into Fargo for the week. We were NDAB CEO happy to host Ed and Heather from Washington, D.C.! Day Two began with committee meetings and ended with our Annual Banquet at the Radisson Blu. Thank you to special guests, Mayor Tim Mahoney and other State Senators and Representatives for stopping by our social! We began our program by thanking our top 2023 PAC Contributors and Lifetime SPIKES. Our 2023 Award winners were announced which included Builder of the Year (Vicki & Scott Moran, Hallmark Homes, BMHBA), Associate of the Year (Mike Salwey, Lumber Mart, FORX), BEAM (Jim Sandbeck, Triple J Construction, FORX), and the Member Recruitment Award (Forx Builders Association, EO Dylan Young). Congrats to our winners We were lucky to have former NDAB President from 1997, Bob Kochmann (Kochmann Brothers Homes), do the installation of our 2024 Board of Directors and our 2024 President, Tom Spaeth (Accent Contracting). The end of the evening concluded with a DJ and dance where a great time was had by all. The events came to an end with our fall board meeting on Day Three. We thank everyone for making the trip to Fargo! I would like to thank our outgoing NDAB board members from 2023, Jamie Schmidt (BMHBA), Mike Jangula, Andy Muckle, & Chuck Olsen (DABA), Brandon Cobb (FORX), Kim Hochhalter (HBA of FM), Travis Mowbray (MAB), and Mike Dolbec (WABA). Thank you for your time spent away from your business and family to support the association. Don’t forget to register for the International Builders’ Show! The show will take place in Las Vegas on February 27-29, 2024. Take advantage of early registration by January 5th. Go to to register. Please reach out to me with any questions about NDAB or your membership! or 701-240-3540. Brittney Roehrich, NDAB CEO

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year We will be closed: Monday, Dec 25th and Monday, Jan 1st 2024

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year We will be closed: Monday, Dec 25th and Monday, Jan 1st 2024

I was born in Wyoming in 1985 to Ramona and David Bernard. I have twin sisters Megan & Mindy. I have lived in Mandan, ND since 1987. I always thought I wanted to do something from one of our human basic needs for a living. My first thought was to be a chef. After many jobs in the restaurant industry, I joined my father at TSS. After 9 years of no summers off, working 6075 hours a week, it was time for something new. During this time, I met my beautiful wife Pam, we have been together for 11 years now. I’m proud to be stepdad to two beautiful girls, Tayla who is 23 and a registered nurse. Karley who is 17 and a junior at Mandan High. I’m proud of “my girls”. My family is my motivating factor that keeps me extremely hungry for success every day. These three girls are truly my WHY! I took a job as a maintenance technician to care for around 350 units. I quickly fell in love with solving our tenants’ issues and I would get an overwhelming satisfaction from helping them out. One day after fixing a garbage disposal I was in the parking lot filling out my work order paperwork and thought to myself I can’t imagine the vast need for this for homeowners. Instantly the company name and logo came to me, I drew it on a napkin I had. Excited that I found my purpose, I went home to talk with my wife about my plan and I went to work to start Fix it All. September 2019 it was up and running.

What is an interesting or fun fact about your business We offer a wide variety of services, as small as hanging a picture to full basement finishes and remodels or building shops and decks. Do you have advice for someone just entering this industry? Put extensive time into developing a detailed business, operating, marketing, and financial plan. Detailing job positions, expectations, and responsibilities. And, set goals, write them out and hit them.

What is a typical day like for you? 5:30am is the gym and after is having a good breakfast before heading to the office. I have a quick meeting with the team, make sure everyone is set up for success and that they are going to have a prosperous day. I usually have a full day of meetings or places to be or someone to meet. I am still looking at projects and submitting estimates.

If I wasn’t in this industry what would your next choice be and why would it be? I wanted to be a chef because we must eat -one of the staples of life. My short chef career wasn’t a waste because I would say I’m a pretty good cook!

What do you hope to see Fix It All accomplish in the coming years? Our goal is to be the premier, solutions-based company for all your home issues or dreams. I want Fix it All to have a culture where people are excited to go to work and help our clients. Our team always comes first over everything. Happy team members are more productive and create a better experience for our clients.

What inspired you to enter this industry? My father inspired me to enter this industry. His skillset is among the greatest, his business owner side of this topic is a different story though. I think that’s why I put so much effort into the business ownership side of this industry.

What makes your business unique from other Handy Man Services in the area? My team. A lot of handymen are typically single owner operators or have a guy to help. We have office staff to help with the experience we are trying to create. We wouldn’t be unique from others without the team, and we are different by offering An Experience.

What is your favorite part of your job? My favorite part of my job is watching my team grow in all aspects of their lives. I would say another favorite part is the growth of the team and their effects on our clients.

What do you do in your spare time? Right now, I like to learn everything I can! My wife and I have a flip house project we like to work on. I love lifting weights. I like to bird hunt with my dogs, bow hunt and fishing and ice fishing. In the summer we like to hang out around our pool, which my wife and I also built. I also love to garden and started pickling and making salsa last year with my daughter helping. Weekends are for preparing for the week ahead.

What is your favorite quote that speaks to you or business model the most? This is the toughest question. My favorite quote is “Get Shit Done” I have this tattooed on my wrist to keep me going. It’s easy for stuff to keep piling on your to do list. If you just get after and get shit done, to me the day is less

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