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The Lincoln

BUSINESS

BUILDER May 2019

Published monthly by the Home Builders Association of Lincoln

Vol. 56 No. 5

May 12-19

Also in this issue... • HBAL Membership Drive

page 11

• Habitat for Humanity: HBAL Blitz Build

pages 12-13

• YBP Bean Bag Toss Tournament page 20


Corporate Partnerships Want to Partner with HBAL in 2020?

Blueprint to Building

Construction Loans Made Easy

Ryan Trausch

Construction Loan Officer 1101 ‘N’ Street 402.474.4200 x 269 rtrausch@lincolnfed.com www.lincolnfed.com

The opportunity to partner with HBAL is for those members who would like to: • Save time and money by bundling their sponsorship dollars • Add brand awareness for their company Partnership levels can include: • Individual event sponsorships at the Golf Tournaments, Chili Cook-off, Sporting Clay Shoot, etc. • Advertising opportunities at the Home & Garden Show, in the Lincoln Business Builder, HBAL Membership Directory, Parade of Homes Guidebook, etc. • Complimentary admissions to events • Team registrations for the Golf Tournaments and Sporting Clay Shoot Contact Michaela Harrison at 402-423-4225 or michaela@hbal.org for more information.

LET US ENERGIZE YOUR BUSINESS You’re dedicated to helping your customers and clients make their homeownership dreams a reality. That means you’ve got specific energy needs. Fortunately, we’re here to meet those needs.

If you need to start new gas service, upgrade in an existing building or just get answers to your questions about natural gas, we’re just a phone call away. For answers to all your natural gas inquiries, call Ruth Hietbrink at 402-430-7617. ©2017 • 3497_17

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President’s Message

President’s Message Denny Van Horn, HBAL President

May 2019 Vol. 56, No. 5

Contents President’s Message 3 Calendar of Events 4 2019 Corporate Partners 4 Spring Parade of Homes 5 HBAL Golf Tournament 7 Member News 8 Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation 9 HBAL Membership Drive 11 Habitat for Humanity: HBAL Blitz Build 12-13 Tribute to Youth 14-17 Honorary Life Membership 17 Young Building Professionals 18-20 YBP Light the Way 5K 19 YBP Bean Bag Toss Tournament 20 New Members 21 Directory Ad Space 22 Directory Changes 23 Cancellations 23 Renewals 23 NSC Educational Opportunities 24 Arc Flash Electrical Safety 25 Building Permits 26

Home Builders Association of Lincoln 6100 S. 58th Street, Suite C, Lincoln, NE 68516 (402) 423-4225 phone • (402) 423-4251 fax www.hbal.org • info@hbal.org The Lincoln Business Builder is published 12 times per year by the Home Builders Association of Lincoln. The Lincoln Business Builder is mailed to all members of the HBAL. The Home Builders Association does not accept responsibility for or endorse any statements or claims made by advertisers or authors of any articles. The annual subscription rate is included with your membership dues. Michaela Harrison Jennie Korth

Publisher Editor, Photographer, Designer

HBAL Staff Jennie Korth, Laure Husmann, Andrea Wilkins

As I write this letter in mid-April for the May Business Builder, I wonder if spring will actually ever truly arrive. It brings to mind the issues and delays caused by this past winter’s rain, snow and cold. This spring will require our patience and tolerance as we work with our team to get projects back on track. We continue to work diligently on bills in the legislature. The impact on our industry of legislation being considered could be major. As the legislature looks at adopting the 2018 IRC and Energy Code, imposing sales tax on remodeling projects, radon mitigation and other issues, we remain diligent in the protection of our industry. Additionally, we continue to work on City Council and Mayoral elections promoting candidates who are pro-growth and pro-residential construction. HBAL is working on development of a Median Income Affordable Housing Task Force. This initiative will identify cost saving measures that, if implemented by the City, would significantly reduce the cost of development and home construction. In a way that only HBAL could make happen, we will be doing a four week “blitz” build for Habitat for Humanity this summer. The five-bedroom home will be owned by a single-parent mother with eight children. The home will be located at 4227 W. Hancock Ct. Framing is scheduled to begin June 10. Thank you to Sam Swartz, Ben Carey and Jim Christo for taking the lead on this very worthy project. Also, thank you to Tyler Reynolds who will be coordinating the volunteers needed to pull this off. If you can volunteer or donate materials or funds for this project, please contact the HBAL office or the appropriate committee member as listed on page 12. This is just another shining example of the HBAL commitment to making our community a better place! Watch for information on the 2019 Membership Drive. The goal is 55 new members and retention of existing members. If you haven’t registered for the HBAL Golf Tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity on June 7, please get registered. Don’t forget the YBP Light the Way 5K on June 29 to benefit the Lighthouse Program. And finally, the Spring Parade of Homes runs May 12-19. Come out and support your fellow HBAL members. Happy and Safe Home Building!

Executive Committee Denny Van Horn, President Herb Reese, CGR, CAPS, President Elect Matt Kinning, 1st Vice President Perry Haralson, 2nd Vice President Lori Wellman, CKD, CGR, CAPS, Secretary Bob Bryant, Treasurer Bo Jones, Immediate Past President Michaela Harrison, Executive Vice President

Board of Directors Mark Aksamit Taylor Ashburn Bryce Bornemeier Kelly Krueger Hayley Lane Pam Magner Jerry Maher, CGP, CAPS, CGB Tyler Reynolds Lance Roach Matt Ruhlman Marlene Stroup Sam Swartz

Remodelers Council Shawn Stranathan

Young Building Professionals Council Kelli Fleek

Past Presidents Jerry Boyce Jim Christo Steve Fulton John Hoppe, Jr. Ward Fred Hoppe Justin Johnson Mike Kinning Dan Klein, Sr. Matt Kleinschmit Rick Krueger Dan Kubr Donn Mann Sam Manzitto Mike May Roger Reynolds Mike Rezac J. Greg Schwinn Greg Shinaut Bob Stephens

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Calendar of Events | 2019 Corporate Partners

Calendar of Events May 1

Remodelers Council Meeting Bob Devaney Sports Center • 1600 Court Street 11:30 a.m. • Cost: $8 per person for lunch

May 7

General Election

May 9

HOMEPAC, HBAL & Foundation Board of Directors Meetings HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 9:45 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 11:45 a.m.

May 9

May 12-19

2019 HBAL

Corporate Partners Platinum

Gold

YBP Hard Hat Happy Hour The Bath & Kitchen Idea Center • 700 W. Pioneers Blvd. 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. • Cost: Free-will donation to Lincoln Food Bank’s BackPack Program.

Silver

Spring Parade of Homes

Celebrating 95 Years

1923—2018

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Bronze


Spring Parade of Homes

May 12-19

Saturday & Sunday: 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Weeknights: 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

ANDERSON NORTH PARK, WAVERLY 1. 14126 Saint Ronan Street CLM Homes, LLC

WILDERNESS CREEK 17. 8841 S. 37th Street TMP, PC

VANDERVIEW RIDGE, HICKMAN 28. 11725 Vanderview Road Goings Homes, LLC

COLLEGE VIEW TOWNHOMES 37. 5200 Linden Street Tuscany Townhomes

NORTHBANK PRESERVE 2. 4909 Alvo Road Gerlach Carpentry, Inc.

VILLAGE MEADOWS 18. 6551 Kelsey Lane Element Homes 19. 6520 White Fish Drive Schneider Custom Homes 20. 6510 White Fish Drive Buhr Homes 21. 7552 S. 66th Street Ironwood Builders

ROYAL SUBDIVISION, PALMYRA 29. 1010 H Street Brasch Homes, Inc.

WHITE HORSE 38. 8830 Chaparral Court Black Oak Builders

YANKEE HILL TOWNHOMES 30. 8759 Ridge Hollow Drive Tuscany Townhomes

SHADOW CREEK 39. 8820 Shadow Creek Lane Rybak Homes, Inc.

SOUTHLAKE 31. 9624 TomaNRoad otInc. Open Rybak Homes,

CROOKED CREEK 40. 13130 Cypress Point Prairie Home Builders

VINTAGE HEIGHTS 34. 6201 S. 97th Circle Blackstone Builders 35. 5908 Opus Drive MPI, Inc.

PRAIRIE VILLAGE 44. 2961 N. 87th Street Prairie Home Builders

BEAUTIFUL DAY ACRES No Place 3. 3750 Frederick t Ope Schmieding Homebuildersn GARDEN VIEW 4. 3545 Holly Blue Drive Live Well Designs 5. 4753 N. 36th Street Live Well Designs

WOODLANDS AT YANKEE HILL 22. 9463 Wishing Well Drive Third Generation Builder

GARDEN VALLEY 6. 1145 Humphrey Avenue Legacy Homes 7. 1131 Humphrey Avenue Legacy Homes

GRANDVIEW ESTATES 23. 9822 S. 80th Street Mulder Construction, Inc. 24. 9831 Friedman Street Derun Construction & Homes, Inc. 25. 7220 Zagros Drive Don Johnson Homes II, Inc.

FALLBROOK 8. 7001 NW 2nd Street Build DCB, Inc. 9. 6925 Wildrye Road Synergy Homes, Inc.

BAYLOR HEIGHTS, HICKMAN 26. 170 Woodland Blvd. Prairie Home Builders

HIGHLAND VIEW 10. 7125 NW 18th Street Synergy Homes, Inc. 11. 7110 NW 19th Street Gray Contracting, LLC

TERRACE VIEW, HICKMAN 27. 1426 E. 9th Street Destiny Homes

WHISPERING CREEK 32. 6465 S. 118th Court MK Builders, Inc. 33. 11345 Whispering Creek Drive Ironwood Builders

PRAIRIE MEADOWS 36. 8544 Birkett Drive Erickson Homes

WATERFORD ESTATES 41. 720 N. 100th Street Old City Homes 42. 1305 N. 102nd Street Gold Peak Homes 43. 10324 White Pine Road Bugbee Homes

PRAIRIE VILLAGE NORTH 45. 3261 N. 94th Street BK Custom Homes

VILLAGE WEST 12. 5025 W. Hillsboro Drive CB Townhomes, LLC 13. 5130 W. Gary Gately Street Rybak Construction SOUTHWEST VILLAGE HEIGHTS 14. 6556 Las Verdes Lane Alpha Builders 15. 820 W. ArezzoNCourt ot Ope n Remington Homes, LLC IRON RIDGE 16. 2303 Rokeby Road Derun Construction & Homes, Inc.

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HBAL Golf Tournament

2019

Golf Tournament benefiting

Sponsorship & Golfer Registration Yes! I would like to be a: q q q

Highlands Golf Course 5501 NW 12th Street

Friday, June 7, 2019 First tee-off at 6:45 a.m. Last tee-off at 4:00 p.m. “Texas Scramble” $65 per person

Range Ball Sponsor...............................................$650 Hotdog/Hamburger Sponsor (limit two).................$250 ly 1 Left On Beverage Cart Sponsor (two carts).......................$300

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Beverage Cart Sponsor (one cart).........................$150

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Hole Sponsor.........................................................$200

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Giveaway Sponsor

Item: __________________

q I do not wish to be a sponsor, but I do want to support the Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation.

Enclosed is my contribution of $______.

q I would like to register a team (Cost: $65 per golfer) Name:

Hurry! Tee-times are assigned in the order they are received. So don’t delay, get your tee-time reserved. Volunteer opportunities are also available. Please contact Jennie Korth at 402-423-4225 or jennie@hbal.org if interested.

Company: E-mail: Golfer #1: Golfer #2: Golfer #3: Golfer #4: Preferred tee time: Total Amount Due: $ q Check enclosed Complete the above form and mail it with payment to:

Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C, Lincoln, NE 68516

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Member News

Retirement Party honoring

Steven Weiss

City of Lincoln - Building Inspector Friday, May 3 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. HyVee’s Upstairs Reception Room 84th & Holdrege.

HBAL Mailbox

Curb Cut Requests In an effort to maximize efficiency for City Maintenance Operations forces and ensure timely completion of curb cut requests, the City of Lincoln is starting a new process to saw cut curbs for driveways and handicap ramps. The City has competitively bid out curb sawing so that work will be performed by a private contractor, Diamond Concrete Cutting, Inc. The City anticipates this new process will begin May 1, 2019. Find a copy of the contract, specifications and unit costs for sawing of curbs at https://bit.ly/2Dxt5gY. The process to initiate curb sawing will continue to operate in a similar fashion to what has occurred in the past. One change is that you will be responsible for the cleanup of debris following the curb being sawn. The timeline for completing sawing requests is noted in the contract document. Upon completion of the curb sawing, you will receive a billing from the City based on actual quantities and the attached costs. Please note, if Diamond Concrete Cutting arrives on a site and finds the work has not been marked or is not ready to be performed, they may charge an extra $100 return trip fee charge. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Tim Byrne, Maintenance Operations Manager, at 402-441-7701.

Thank you for your donation to the LPS Career and Technical Competition Fund. Your generosity is much appreciated and will support students who attend the construction SkillsUSA State Tournament.

Any Brick You Use Can Last for Hundreds of Years. So Be Particular.

Stan Haas, Bailey Feit & Cindy Baum Foundation for LPS

#HBALThrowback

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ANKEE HILL BRICK manufactures the highest quality FBX brick in a color palette ranging from the traditional reds and buffs to the innovative pinks, maroons, and lavenders. Standard and custom color ranges, sizes, and shapes are our specialty. Brick murals and ornamentation are brought to a new level of sophistication at Yankee Hill Brick. Rely on Yankee Hill to supply your project with the finest of materials.  Face brick  Paving brick  Thin brick veneer  Pool Coping

This month’s #HBALThrowback is from HBAL’s 2004 Blitz Build for Habitat for Humanity. We’re excited to be building our 17th Habitat Home this summer. See pages 12-13 to see how you can help!

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Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation

Home Builders Foundation to Participate in Give to Lincoln Day The Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation is participating in Give to Lincoln Day 2019. This is a 24-hour event that encourages the public to contribute to Lincoln and Lancaster County nonprofit organizations on May 30th. Give to Lincoln Day is coordinated by Lincoln Community Foundation, in partnership with local nonprofit organizations. Every donation makes a bigger impact on Give to Lincoln Day because nonprofits also get a proportional share of a $450,000 match fund made possible by LCF and generous sponsors. The purpose of Give to Lincoln Day is to promote philanthropy in Lincoln and Lancaster County. There are three primary goals: • Introduce new donors to local nonprofit organizations. • Help Lincoln nonprofit organizations tell their stories and educate Lincoln about the positive impact they have on our lives. • Shine a community spotlight on this day of charitable giving to raise a substantial amount of new money to assist the local nonprofit network. There are 439 non-profits participating in the event and we encourage you to visit www.givetolincoln.com and consider making a donation to the organization(s) of your choice. If you’d like to make a donation to the Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation, you can do so at

www.givetolincoln.com/nonprofits/home-builders-care. The Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation was established in 2009 as a 501(c)(3) charitable, non-profit organization dedicated to the future of the home building industry in Lancaster County. The Foundation strives to support the community by contributing to community service projects focused on housing, as well as providing scholarships for students pursuing a career related to the building industry, and providing funding for other industry related educational programs.

Did you know...

The Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation has given over $174,000 to various community service projects since 2010? Scholarships

$50,719 29%

Santa Cop

$21,206

12%

The Career Academy

$20,000

11%

Pilger/Beaver Crossing Tornado Relief $16,000 9% High School Interior/ Residential Design

$12,775

7%

Lincoln Children's Museum $10,000 6% Habitat for Humantiy

$10,000

6%

Lincoln Housing Authority/ Northeast Build

$7,400

5%

If I Could Build a House Art Contest

$7,250

4%

Norris High School

$5,000

3%

Texas Hurricane Relief

$5,000 3%

Friendship Home

$5,000

3%

HBAL Giving Day

$3,000

2%

Backpack Program

$1,054

1%

Total $174,605 The Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation's mission is to support the educational and charitable activities of HBAL. Since 2010, the Foundation has distributed over $174,000 to various community service projects related to the homebuilding industry. You can find more information about the Foundation on www.HBAL.org.

Lincoln Home Builders Care Donations 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

Scholarships Santa Cop (project costs & cash only) High School Interior/Residential Design If I Could Build a House Art Contest The Career Academy Pilger/Beaver Crossing Tornado Relief Lincoln Children's Museum Habitat for Humantiy Lincoln Housing Authority/Northeast Build Norris High School Construction Program Texas Hurricane Relief Friendship Home HBAL Giving Day Backpack Program

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HBAL Membership Drive

HBAL 2019

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE THROUGH NOVEMBER 11 MEMBERSHIP MAKES IT ALL POSSIBLE!

PERKS

GOAL: 55 new Builder or Associate members from January 1, 2019 - November 11, 2019. LET US HELP: The HBAL staff will provide you with all the information you need to successfully recruit. We are happy to explain the benefits of membership, just let us know how we can help! Recruit 5 new Builder or Associate members and receive YOUR MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL FREE!

OF RECRUITING & HELPING US REMAIN A STRONG ASSOCIATION

Take home the Grand Prize of $500

BENEFITS

NETWORKING & MARKETING - Connect with powerful, successful and influential professionals in Lincoln and get involved with the various Association events, committees and meetings.

OF MEMBERSHIP

***You must recruit at least 10 Builder or Associate members to qualify

COMMUNICATION & EDUCATION - Connect with members while also learning about industry trends and expectations.

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF

55

ADVOCACY - HBAL has direct access to one of the State’s best lobbying firms for representation with Nebraska Senators. HOMEPAC is active in the local community.

YOU HAVE A VOICE.

CIVIC PARTICIPATION - The Lincoln Home Builders Care

Foundation has given over $174,000 to local charities since 2010.

NEW MEMBERS

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

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Habitat for Humanity: HBAL Blitz Build

HBAL Blitz Build 4227 W. Hancock Court Summer 2019

The Home Builders Association of Lincoln is excited to build its 17th Habitat House this summer! We need to get your commitment to help with this project. We need new volunteers and the continued support and assistance of those who have helped in the past. The benefits of helping with this project cannot always be measured. However, we do know we will be providing a safe and decent home for a family whose life will change once they are homeowners. Everyone deserves a place to call home.

Committee

Committee chairmen: Ben Carey and Sam Swartz, Build DCB, Inc. and Jim Christo. • Electrical Lead: Eric Hoke, Eric’s Electric, Inc. • Plumbing Lead: Justin Kreifels, Action Plumbing • Flooring/Countertop Lead: Kelly Krueger, Rainwood Interiors • Lumber Materials/Windows/Framing Lead: • Exteriors Lead: Lance Roach, Black Label Built Mark Aksamit, Window Option Specialists • Insulation Lead: Shawn Stranathan, Nebraska Building Products • Volunteer Coordinator: Tyler Reynolds, Woods Bros. Realty • Trim/Carpentry Lead: Roger Reynolds, Woods Bros. Realty • Drywall Lead: Frank Hargitt, Franklin Drywall • HVAC Lead: Tyler Hardesty, Wellmann Heating & Air

Volunteers

Volunteers are needed for this year’s project from all the trades . . . so please let us know what you are willing to do. Remember, you don’t have to be an “expert” to assist with this project. We also need people to wash windows, paint, clean, bring lunch to the workers, etc. It’s a great feeling to work on a Habitat for Humanity house!

Donations

We need donations of materials. If you can assist in this manner, please contact us. This is a worthwhile project, so your donations are very much appreciated and tax deductible. If you have any questions, please call one of the following: Jim Christo (402-432-0590), Sam Swartz (402-617-6536), Ben Carey (402-770-5184) or Michaela Harrison (402-423-4225).

Habitat is a hand-up, not a hand-out. Habitat homeowners must:

• Complete 300-400 sweat equity hours before moving into their home, • Assume responsibility for a 30-year or longer mortgage and must be able to continue to live and work in the U.S., • Make timely payments, • Be able to afford additional costs associated with owning a home which include property taxes, insurance, repairs and regular upkeep, • Be a good neighbor by maintaining the home inside and outside, this includes maintaining the yard and scooping snow off the sidewalks, • Be a positive representative for and stay connected with Habitat for Humanity.

Please mail this form along with your tax-deductible donation to: Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C, Lincoln, NE 68516

____ I would like to help with _____________________________________________________________________ ____ I cannot help, but here is my tax-deductible donation made payable to Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation for $ _________ Name ____________________________________

Company ___________________________________

Phone ___________________________________

E-mail ______________________________________

Thanks for helping us build Lincoln—one house at a time.

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Habitat for Humanity: HBAL Blitz Build

A New Home for Martha and Her Family Martha is a single mom raising eight children: daughters, Mary (17), Alek (9), Athiens (5), Nyrool (4) and Monica (1) and sons, William (12), Kur (10) and Deng (7). She has worked for UNL Dining Services for the last seven years. With such a large family, Martha works hard to provide for her children and is excited to become a homeowner, to have a place they can all call home. Martha and her family have lived in their fourbedroom duplex for four years. At her past residence, Martha was evicted due to her family size. Their move was an emergency decision in order to have a place to stay, and one of the only places she could find to rent that fit her budget and allowed her to move in right away. Due to the large family size, brothers and sisters are currently sharing a room. Their monthly rent is $1,050 plus utilities, which is a very high portion of her monthly income. Martha said, “this duplex just isn’t fitting us, and the condition is not safe for my children to be living in.” The duplex was in poor condition before they moved in, including severe carpet stains; having the carpets cleaned would result in a higher rent. Additionally, it is difficult to open and close the closet doors, the garage has several holes in the walls, and the kitchen floor contains many cigarette burns from previous tenants. The condition has not improved since 2014. Martha is looking forward to the Habitat program because she can buy her own home, that is safe for her family, at an affordable monthly mortgage rate. Martha is adamant about paying her own way and doing what is best for her children. Martha felt it was a sign when she was offered her lot on International Women’s Day; a sign of empowerment and a future of opportunity. Martha is the homeowner for the Home Builders Association of Lincoln’s 2019 Blitz Build.

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Tribute to Youth

Tribute toYouth April 15, 2019 • Yankee Hill Country Club

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Tribute to Youth

On Monday, April 16, the Home Builders Association of Lincoln honored local youth who participated in the High School Interior Design and CAD Residential Design Contest, Elementary "If I Could Build A House" Art Contest as well as scholarship winners. Students from UNL and SCC-Milford were also recognized. The guest speaker for the evening was Ellen Weissinger. 15 ď ´ Lincoln Business Builder


Tribute to Youth

Lincoln Home Builders Care Foundation

Scholarship Winners

Fatima Ayal Fatima is a senior at Lincoln High and is attending the Career Academy in the Building Construction pathway. Fatima received a renewable scholarship worth $250/semester for up to 3 semesters at Southeast Community College in Milford. Fatima is active in SkillsUSA and is an assistant at Coffey & Co. Fatima enjoys working with her hands, working on small projects and building things. Last year she represented Nebraska in the National SkillsUSA competition and won top 10 in the Job Skills Demonstration. Someday she would like to walk by a home and proudly say, “I built that.” She has a vision for her future to open her own renovation company to work on homes in Lincoln.

Bryce McGill The President’s scholarship is awarded to a student who has a parent or other relative who is a member or employed by a member of HBAL. This year’s winner is Bryce McGill, son of Mike & Kelly McGill with Timber Ridge Homes. Bryce is a senior at Norris High School and received a $1,000 scholarship and will be attending UNL. Bryce has always been around construction, going to jobsites after school with his dad or helping him during the summer with many different projects. Bryce’s father and grandfather influenced his decision to pursue construction. His father taught him to take pride in making the best product you can. Business isn’t always easy, but the challenge is something he enjoys.

Bob Freese Recognized In addition to recognizing local youth, HBAL recognized Lincoln Northeast High School Industrial Technology teacher, Bob Freese, for his efforts in teaching students skills in construction. Bob leads the 25-year-old student-build program at Northeast where they work with a general contractor to build a house. The house eventually is purchased by a family through the Lincoln Housing Authority. At a recent presentation at Lincoln Public School’s District Office, Bob said, “This program gives the opportunity for young people to learn some skills in construction, where there are many good job opportunities available.”

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Honorary Life Membership

Schwinn Awarded Honorary Life Membership One of the most prestigious awards given by the Home Builders Association of Lincoln (HBAL) is an Honorary Life Membership. Occasionally, we have a member who has dedicated so much of his or her life to the service of HBAL and the homebuilding industry that they have earned our unending respect and we honor them with this award. Greg Schwinn (Schwinn Homes, LLC) was the most recent member to receive this honor. Greg has been an active member of HBAL since 1982 and served as President in 1992. His many years of dedication to HBAL is outstanding and we are honored to have him as a member. Greg is one of six Honorary Life Members. The others are Jim Christo, Nadine Condello, Jim Crawford, Duane Helmink and Roger Reynolds.

Home Builders Association of Linc

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WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn has served continuously as an active member of the Home Builders Association of Lincoln for over 36 years, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn served as President of the Home Builders Association of Lincoln in 1992, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn has actively served on the HBAL Board of Directo rs since 1990 and was part of the Executive Committee from 1990 to 1994, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn served as President of the Nebraska State Home Builders Associ ation in 1995, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn served as Area 11 Vice President for the National Association of Home Builde rs from 2001 to 2002, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn achieve d Life Director status with the National Association of Home Builde rs in 2002 and Senior Life Directo r status with the National Association of Home Builde rs in 2012 for attending two or more Board of Directors meetings as a Voting Director in each year for twenty consecutive years, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn was a founding member of the Nebraska Housing Resource whose purpose is to provide affordable housing opport unities for first-time homebuyers, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn is a charte r member of HOMEPAC, the politica l action committee of the Home Builders Association of Lincoln and has been a generous contributor since 1989, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn served on the Lincoln/Lancaster County Planning Commission from 1997 to 2003, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn was the Nebraska State Home Builders Associ ation’s Outstanding Builder of the Year in 1996, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn was honore d by his peers with the Heart of the Home Builders award in 2002, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn has particip ated with 45 innovative and creativ e homes in the Parade of Homes in the past 34 years, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn has always been a defender of housing throug h his efforts spending countless hours serving on commi ttees, attending City Council and Plannin g Commission meetings, along with meetings with all types of government officials at Local, State and National levels, and WHEREAS, Greg Schwinn togeth er with his wife, Lenette, have been faithful and devoted member of the “Home Builde rs Family.” NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOL VED that the Board of Directors declare d by unanimous action that GREG SCHWINN is an HONORARY LIFE MEMBER of the Home Builde rs Association of Lincoln. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunder set my hand as the 69th President of the Home Builders Association of Lincoln, this 15th day of APRIL, 2019.

______________________________ Denny Van Horn, 2019 President

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Young Building Professionals

Hard Hat

Happy Hour The Bath & Kitchen Idea Center 700 W. Pioneers Blvd. Thursday, May 9 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Hope you are finally enjoying the beautiful Spring weather! We are getting ready for some upcoming events and I hope you can all join the fun! Our first Hard Hat Happy Hour of the year is at the Bath & Kitchen Idea Center on May 9. This is a great way to network, socialize and relax while enjoying some beverages and appetizers. Please RSVP to the HBAL Office.

RSVP by May 6 to info@hbal.org or 402-423-4225. Cost: Free-will donation to the BackPack Program

Kelli Fleek YBP President

Food & Drinks provided by

The Parade of Homes will be taking place May 12-19. We have several YBP members participating, so please show your support and view these stunning homes. The Light the Way 5K is just around the corner. This is a huge event for us. Bring out your family and support the youth of Lighthouse. All proceeds go to the Lighthouse and we are working hard this year to double our contribution from last year. If you know anyone who would like to participate or volunteer, please contact me or Andrea at HBAL. We are also still accepting sponsorships for the event. Thank you for all of your hard work this year, I continue to look forward to interacting with you all!

402.483.7575 3133 S. 7th Street • Suite D

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Want to join YBP? If so, contact Andrea Wilkins at andrea@hbal.org. 18 ď ´ Lincoln Business Builder

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YBP Light the Way 5K

Run • Walk • Jog • Family Fun

Proceeds directly benefit the Lincoln Lighthouse. The Lighthouse After School Program offers middle and high school aged youth academic support, evening meals and enrichment/recreational activities during non-school hours, Monday through Friday. The Lighthouse After School Program’s goal is to increase the likelihood of high school graduation by providing high-quality programming.

Holmes Lake Park • June 29, 2019 • Rain or Shine 7:00 AM Registration • 8:00 AM Kids Mile • 5K Start Immediately Following 1 Mile Race • Awards Immediately Following 5K

Registration Fee:

Early Registration: $25 through May 24 • Late Registration: $35 after May 24 (shirts are not guaranteed after May 24) Kids 1 Mile Registration: $5 (includes race shirt however shirts are not guaranteed after May 24) To register, go to http://getmeregistered.com/LightTheWay5K

Awards:

Awards will be given to the top two male, top two female and top two 1 mile race finishers

Event Hosted by:

Event Sponsors:

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Contact Andrea at 402-423-4225 or email andrea@hbal.org for more information. 19  Lincoln Business Builder


YBP Bean Bag Toss Tournament

Bean Bag Toss

Tournament Friday, August 9 at 5:30 PM HBAL Family Fun Night Kleinschmit Farm | 11401 Van Dorn Street

Let ’s Play: $10 Per Team (2 Players)

Pre-registration is REQUIRED to guarantee your spot in the double-elimination tournament. Limited to 16 two(2) person teams.

Register: Contact Andrea Wilkins to register your team at andrea@hbal.org or 402-423-4225.

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New Member

YOUR AD HERE!

Welcome New Member Nebraska Bank of Commerce Jo Lewis (Tom)

6000 Village Drive, Ste. 100, Lincoln, NE 68516 Phone: 402-420-8364 Cellular: 402-432-9844 Fax: 402-423-2171 Email: jo@thenbcbank.com Website: www.thenbcbank.com Sponsor: Herb Reese, Reese Construction, Inc. Reason I joined HBAL: HBAL is one of the best industry associations! What I hope to get out of my membership: Networking and continued friendships. Desired areas of involvement: Golf, Parade of Homes, Education. Personal: I am busy with home remodeling projects, quilting and fun with grandkids. Nebraska Bank of Commerce was formed in December 2007 to meet the banking needs of individuals and businesses in Nebraska. NBC provides quality financial services and successful solutions that deliver a unique client experience. The bank’s continued partnership with its customers and the community is the foundation for its success.

This 3.75” x 10” space is available for an ad. For more information, please contact Jennie at 402-423-4225 or jennie@hbal.org.

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Directory Ad Space

DIRECTORY AD SPACE AVAILABLE There is advertising space available in the 2019-2020 Membership Directory. This publication is distributed to all HBAL members (over 700 people). Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! Please contact HBAL no later than Wednesday, May 1 if you are interested in advertising.

2019-2020 Membership Directory Directory Pricing

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 Full Page (5” W x 8” H; black & white).................................... $475  Half Page (5” W x 4” H; black & white) ................................... $250  Fourth Page (2-1/4” W x 3-3/4” H; black & white)................... $150 le Inside Front Cover Full Page (5” W x 8” H; full color) ............. $650 b Availa  ble Inside Back Cover Full Page (5” W x 8” H; full color) ............. $650 Availa  ble Inside Front Cover Half Page (5” W x 4” H; full color) ............ $375 Availa  Inside Back Cover Half Page (5” W x 4” H; full color)............. $375 Previous advertisers receive first right of refusal.

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 Use last year’s ad  Ad enclosed Company: ________________________________ Name: __________________________________ Address: _________________________________ City, State, Zip: ___________________________ Phone: _________________ Fax: ______________________E-mail: _________________________

CONTACT JENNIE BY MAY 1 TO ADVERTISE! Please return to: Home Builders Association of Lincoln 6100 S. 58th Street, Suite C, Lincoln, NE 68516 Phone: 402.423.4225 Fax: 402.423.4251 info@hbal.org 22  Lincoln Business Builder


Directory Changes | Cancellations | Renewals

Directory Changes • Brady Yoder has retired and Shawn Evans is the new principal member at Nebraska Furniture Mart. Phone: 402-392-3467. Cellular: 402-670-3585. Email: shawn.evans@nfm.com. • Andy Greer is the new principal member at CIO Wealth Strategies. 1935 N. 120th Street, Omaha, NE 68154. Phone: 402-898-4600. Cellular: 402-580-6147. Email: andrew.greer@ampf.com. • Judy Havick is the new principal member for Union Title Company. Phone: 402-323-1890. Email: judy.havick@ubt.com. • Amy Birkholz is a new affiliate member for Home Real Estate. Phone: 402-730-6788. Email: amy.birkholz@homerealestate.com. • Sam Raun and Bryce Morgan are new affiliate members with Nebraska Bank of Commerce. Sam’s phone: 402-937-3300. Email: sam.raun@thenbcbank.com. Bryce’s phone: 402-420-8362. Email: bryce.morgan@thenbcbank.com. • Drywall Supply, Inc. and Quality Block Basement & Foundation Repair are no longer members of the Remodelers Council. • New phone number for Brian Russell, Russell Remodeling, LLC, is 402-904-7888. Cellular: 402-890-5510.

Sorry to See You Go! If you see your company listed below, contact HBAL at 402-423-4225 to renew your membership TODAY! Ambassador Title Services, LLC Biggerstaff Plumbing, Heating, A/C & Radiant Floor Heating Cross & Sons, Inc. Lee Contracting, LLC LP Building Products Natural Light Co. Patrick Alan Homes, LLC Willow Ridge Builders

Thanks for Renewing! (Please allow 60 days for names to appear on this list.)

50 Years

12 Years

• KFOR Radio 103.3 FM/1240 AM

• Ironwood Builders, LLC • King’s Inspections, LLC • Nissen’s Hardwood Floors, Inc.

35 Years • Rainwood Interiors

10 Years • BAJCO Construction • Buckley & Sitzman CPA • Craig Construction • Great Plains Custom Homes, LLC • Holly Well Drilling • Infinity Excavating • LincolnFirst Realty • ‘O’ Street Carpet • Premier Distributing • Tru-Built Construction • Underfoot, Inc.

31 Years • Bill’s Heating & Air Conditioning • Electrical Enterprises, Inc.

25 Years • Buss Excavating, Inc. • Drywall Supply, Inc.

23 Years • Jerry’s Waterproofing, Inc.

9 Years

22 Years • GoodeGuy Construction, Inc. • Window Option Specialists

• Design Associates • Metalworks, Inc. • Wolf Professional Realty, PC

21 Years

8 Years

• Apollo Steel Co.

• Golden Rule Contractors

20 Years

6 Years

• Briggs, Inc. of Lincoln

• The Hoppe Law Firm

17 Years

2 Years

• Nebraska Printing Center • Union Title Company

• Interiors Joan and Associates • Nebraska Realty

16 Years • Cattle Bank & Trust • LJS Media Group

13 Years

1 Year • Complete Inspection Services, LLC • First Bank

• Stonebrook Exterior

Watch your mailbox!

Directory update letters will be arriving in your mailbox soon! Please review the information carefully and return the form to the HBAL office with any changes. Please note: We will be transitioning over to electronic invoicing this summer, so you will see an additional space to include an email address for invoicing only. This email will not be published in the directory nor included in our email database unless it is your primary email address. If you have any questions about this change, please call our office at 402-423-4225. 23  Lincoln Business Builder


Industry Training NSC Educational Opportunities

NFPA 70E Arc Flash Electrical Safety Training

Learn how the NFPA 70E standards apply to a facility, why safe electrical work practices are important, and what can be done to ensure your organization meets government standards for electrical safety. This two-day course covers seven modules: • Electrical safety overview • Understanding electrical hazards • Practices and procedures for safe electrical work • Inspecting, donning and doffing, and maintaining electrical PPE • Normal operation of equipment • Establishing the electrically safe work condition • Conducting an emergency response drill This course combines the discussion of content and application of material in an interactive format. It provides a “hands-on” experience where attendees perform the same safety skills they must demonstrate in the field.

The focus of the class is to provide attendees with available options to control hazards associated with construction. Students will receive a course completion card issued through the Department of Labor-OSHA.

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Training

When: The focusJune of the 3-4, class is2019 to provide attendees with available options to control hazards with 1), construction. Time: 8:00 a.m.-4:30associated p.m. (day Students will -receive a course 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.completion (day 2) card issued through the Department of Labor-OSHA. Location: Nebraska Safety Council Date: June 3-4, 2019 3270 Folkways Blvd. \ Lincoln, NE 68504 Time: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (day 1), Cost: Member $199 Non-Member $285 8:00 a.m. - 12:00\ p.m. (day 2) Location: Nebraska Safety Council 3270 Folkways Blvd. \ Lincoln, NE 68504 Cost: Member $199 \ Non-Member $285

Register individuals or groups by calling Register individuals or groups by calling 402.483.2511 ext. ext. 115 or go online 115 or483.2511 go online www.nesafetycouncil.org www.nesafetycouncil.org

Date: May 16-17, 2019 Time: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Location: Nebraska Safety Council 3270 Folkways Blvd. \ Lincoln, NE 68504 Cost: Member $1,100 \ Non-Member $1,430 Who should attend: • Electricians • Linemen & Utility workers • Warehouse employees • Temporary workers • Safety directors • Electrical contractors Seats are limited! For registration and more information, visit the Nebraska Safety Council’s website at nesafetycouncil.org or call 402.483.2511 ext. 115.

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Arc Flash Electrical Safety

Why Arc Flash Electrical Safety Matters

There are 5-10 arc explosions in the U.S. every day. An arc flash is part of an electrical explosion that causes bright light, intense heat, and traumatic force that can severely injure anyone in the area or damage anything nearby. Did You Know... •

The Cost of Arc Flash Incidences

Temperatures can reach as much as 35,000 degree Fahrenheit during an arc flash (4x hotter

than the surface of the sun) •

People can still be burned even if the flash

Loss of life: 1-2 workers die each day from an arc flash incident

$1.5 million dollars is the average cost of

doesn’t touch them

medical treatment, potentially exceeding $4

Clothing can be ignited from up to 10 feet away

million per person

Blasts from an arc flash can break windows,

splinter wood, or even bend metal •

Arcs spray droplets dropelts of molten metal at speeds

cost for a general industry incident •

exceeding 700 mph • •

Flashes are intenesely intensely bright and can cause

$10-15 million dollars is the average litigation 8-12 months away from work and possibility of permanent disability

Indirect costs associated with lost productivity,

severe, permanent damage to a person’s vision

property damage, repair costs, training replace-

The sound magnitude can be up to 140db just 2

ment workers, and fines from safety violations

feet away from the arc, resulting in hearing loss

Protect your employees by providing them with comprehensive training that includes both lecture and hands-on components. Learn more about our upcoming course and register by calling 402.483.2511 ext. 115 or go online to nesafetycouncil.org 25  Lincoln Business Builder


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