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RIGHT ANGLE Official Newsletter of The Madison Area Builders Association Year End 2016

5936 Seminole Centre Court www.maba.org

Madison WI 53711

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608.288.1133

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

M

ake your voice heard! After many slow years in the building industry, what a relief it is to have such a positive outlook on the horizon. New home building permits are on the rise, nearing 1,000 permits for 2016, a number last reached in 2006; local, state and national elections saw pro-builder and pro-development candidates expand their control; while WBA and MABA experienced unmatched legislative successes. Although 2016 was a great success, we, as an industry and as an Association, still have numerous steps to take to rebuild the industry back to its prerecession heyday.

Greg Shaw, Shaw Building & Design 2016 Madison Area Builders Association President

Challenges lie ahead, as the industry continues to face labor shortages, financing/ appraisal challenges, rising costs, stricter government regulations, property shortage; the list goes on and on. But with great challenge, comes great opportunity. As a member of the Madison Area Builder Association, collectively we can make our voices heard and take on these challenges as a united front.

If you’re facing an issue with a current or proposed regulation or ordinance, it is likely that many of your colleagues are also facing these issues. As an individual, your voice can be overlooked, but a combined voice coming from MABA carries weight and brings the influence of an entire industry. As an industry, it is imperative that we continue to strengthen our voice through continued, active membership by you and your industry colleagues. Being a member of the Madison Area Builders Association creates opportunities to overcome the many challenges we all face. Membership gives us a voice in the regulations and ordinances that form the standards of our industry. It provides us a voice in the resolution of workforce issues, such as labor and property shortages. Continue to make your voice heard by not only maintaining your membership with the Madison Area Builders Association, but by also recruiting former and new members to join the Association. Become more active in the Association by attending events and joining committees like the Workforce Development Committee and the Government Affairs Committee. Make your voice heard! It has been my honor to serve as this Association’s president in 2016, and I am confident the transition to new president, Jenny Acker, will be very smooth and with her leadership MABA will be an even stronger association. I wish you all success in 2017!

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CONTENTS 4

Meetings & Event Calendars

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Photo Montage

12

Women in the Construction Industry

16

Dane County Permit Data

New Construction Loans

ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP Officers President,Greg Shaw President-Elect, Jenny Acker First Vice President, Andy Voeltner Treasurer, Ken Kurszewski Secretary, Jeff Simon Immediate Past President, Don Tierney Directors Dan Beal Chris Ehlers Bill Evers Ed Hoksbergen Monique Olson Robert Procter Pat Schafer Patrick Stern Executive Director Amber Schroeder

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The Right Angle is the official newsletter of the Madison Area Builders Association. The Madison Area Builders Association is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to promoting a positive business environment by uniting, serving, and representing all aspects of the building industry. The Right Angle is published 6 times per year. Notice of local, state, and national programs/events is a service to Association members. Such notices do not indicate Association endorsement or sponsorship unless specifically noted. The acceptance of advertising in The Right Angle does not indicate approval or endorsement of the advertiser or the advertiser’s product by Association. Madison Area Builders Association makes no warranties and assumes no responsibility or completeness of the information contained herein. Staff Writers: Amber Schroeder; Chad Lawler; Jane Algiers Phone: 608-288-1133 Fax: 608-288-1087 www.maba.org

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government activity

CALENDAR december

DANE COUNTY ZONING & LAND REGULATION PUBLIC HEARING* Tuesday December 13, 2016, 6:30 p.m. DANE COUNTY ZONING & LAND REGULATION REVISION OF CHAPTER 10 SUBCOMMITTEE Monday, December 19, 2016, 4:00 p.m. City-County Building, Room 354 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison

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CAPITAL AREA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION (CARPC) No December Meeting Scheduled. City-County Building, Room 351 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison

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Annual Trivia Tournament 5100 5:00 p.m.

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MADISON PLAN COMMISSION * Monday, December 12, 2016, 5:30 p.m.

EVENTS

MADISON COMMON COUNCIL* Tuesday, December 6, 6:30 p.m. MADISON URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION (UDC) Wednesday, December 14, 2016, 4:30 p.m. City-County Building, Room 351 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison DANE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS* Thursday, December 1, 2016, 7:00 p.m.

MEETINGS

Asterisk (*) indicates meeting takes place in CityCounty Building Room 201

Government Affairs: No December meeting scheduled Parade of Homes Executive Committee: No December meeting scheduled Board of Directors Orientation: December `14th; .11:00 a.m. Board of Directors: December `14th; .2:00 p.m. Dream Home Show Committee: January 5th, 2:00 p.m.

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2016 Event Photo Montage

Career Day Speaker Panel (pictured left to right): Brian McKee, Midwest Homes, Inc.; Joan Pregler, Joan Pregler Design Associates; Ken Kurszewski, Hottmann Construction; Jeff Molzahn, Madison College

Dan Duren, Duren Custom Homes, asks students about their aspirations in the industry.

Operating Engineers Local 139 gave students a virtual experience operating an excavator.

Dawn McIntosh of Midwest Homes, Inc. tells students from Mineral Point that builders are hiring and encourages them to contact builders in their area for jobs.

Hart DeNoble of Hart DeNoble Builders thanks students after touring his Parade home.

Kevin Acker, owner of Premier Builders, explains a new window system installed on this porch/sun room.

Bryan Sipple, fourth generation builder and owner of Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee discusses the business of construction with students.

Builder Bryan Sipple along with a team of subcontractors in the Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee home explain what jobs are required to build a home, from top to bottom.

Nicole Hartmann, Project Manager at Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee

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Holiday Party & Installation

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n December 8th, the 2017 Board of Directors were sworn in. Left to Right: Andy Voeltner; Monique Olson; Pat Schafer; Bill Evers; Greg Shaw; Danny Lowery; Jim Lampe Ed Hoksbergen (not pictured: Adam Nonn; Dan Beal; Robert Procter; Justin Temple.)

award winners 2016 Builder of the Year Don Tierney

Livable Communities by Don Tierney

David Belman, WBA Incoming President, swears in Jenny Acker as 2017 MABA President.

2016 New Member of the Year Laurie Dischler

2016 Associate of the Year Robert Procter Axley Brynelson LLP

Cellox, LLC

2016 Volunteer of the Year Bryan Sipple Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee

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his year four well deserving students were presented with scholarship awards during the Installation program, Workforce Committee Chairman Dan Duren presented the scholarships. Dan Duren with 2016 Congratulations to Mark, scholarship award winners: Mark Cooley, Elliott Hensley, Shannon Elliott, Shannon and Davis, Clayton Acker. Clayton.

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GOLF OUTING

T

he annual Association golf outing was once again a sold-out affair this September at the beautiful Bishops Bay Country Club. A special thank you to the golf outing sponsors enabling offer this elite course to our members at a competitive rate. Look for a double shot gun start next year!

trivia tournament

AUCTION T

he longstanding tradition of the MABA auction once again raised the critical political funds needed to support candidates that support OUR industry. Spearheaded by the Government Affairs Committee, the Auction generated a net income of $17,000! Fun was had by all with over 130 members and guests attending at the newly remodeled Park Inn.

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Women in the Construction Industry A

lthough female presence in the construction field is not the eyebrow-raising rarity it once was, women remain a stark minority. From the jobsite to the board room, the numbers paint a clear picture. In 2014, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported of the 9,813,000 people working in the construction industry, women make up only 9% of construction professionals. A scant 14% of engineers are female, and only 2.3% of construction apprentices in Wisconsin are women. Plenty of factors exist that keep women from entering the field:girls grow up seeing the field as male-only; women are deterred by sexism and fear of not being taken seriously; others are concerned by safety and health hazards. What can be done to change that? Change the perception. The lack of female role models is no reason to shy away from the industry. Rather, it gives women the opportunity to take on that role for others. A networking group of MABA, Women in the Construction Industry, has recently been established to address the challenges of working in a male dominated field. The members of this network represent a broad spectrum of the MABA membership, from builders, to bankers, to suppliers, and designers.

Promoting and supporting the advancement and employment of women in the industry

Encouraging girls and young women to pursue careers in the field

Fostering the next generation of leaders through mentorship

WCI is open to professional women in construction and related industries who are employees of member companies. There is no charge to join. Meetings will be rotated between breakfast, lunch and happy hour in order to accommodate different schedules. New members have been added every week. If you are interested in joining, contact Dawn McIntosh at Midwest Homes (608-271-4900). To join the WCI Facebook group, please contact Amber Schroeder (608-288-1134).

In its beginning stages the group will host networking meetings in an effort to build relationships. As the group grows and evolves, additional educational and community activities may be considered. A mission will be developed in order to have a hand in shaping the future of design and construction. Networking event at the Madison Club, December

Exporatory Meeting at MABA Office; July

Networking reception at Denise Quade Designs; November

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US Army Veteran Jerald Erickson and wife; recipient of accessbility modifications

USMC Veteran Walt Peterson; recipient of home repairs

Sandy Webber, Dane County Title Andrew Disch, Apartment Assn. of SC Wisconsin

MABA Board Member Andy Voeltner and Angie Kieta presented $12,000 check to Jason Hafeman of Project Home. Winner of the 2016 Parade of Dog Homes Bryan Sipple’s team at Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee with Amber Schroeder

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Single Family and Duplex Permits Issued 2016 Dane County November YTD Comparison DANE COUNTY NOVEMBER 2016 PERMIT DATA Municipality Report 2016 Total

2015 Total

2016 Starts

2015 Starts

$2,412,000

$2,045,000

9

7

$268,000

$292,143

2,500

2,671

Belleville

$766,000

$175,000

5

1

$153,200

$175,000

1,608

1,648

Berry (T)

$1,530,000

$2,852,000

3

5

$510,000

$570,400

4,300

4,202

Black Earth (T)

$1,300,000

3

$433,333

4,133

$200,000

1

$200,000

1,800

Municipality Albion (T)

Blooming Grove (T)

2016 2015 2016 2015 Avg. Value Avg. Value Avg. Sq Ft Avg. Sq Ft

Blue Mounds (T)

$2,507,000

$530,000

6

1

$417,833

$530,000

3,733

4,550

Bristol (T)

$5,245,000

$8,418,000

16

25

$327,813

$336,720

2,825

3,103

Burke (T)

$1,963,000

$1,870,000

5

4

$392,600

$467,500

3,430

3,775

Cambridge

$1,615,000

7

$230,714

2,112

Christiana (T)

$490,000

2

$245,000

2,444

Cottage Grove

$564,000

$7,172,000

2

23

$282,000

$311,826

2,231

2,448

Cottage Grove (T)

$1,880,000

$1,844,000

4

7

$470,000

$263,429

3,938

2,490

Cross Plains

$2,380,500

$871,000

7

3

$340,071

$290,333

2,401

2,309

Cross Plains (T)

$1,547,000

$2,596,000

3

5

$515,667

$519,200

4,500

4,560

Dane

$225,000

1

1,757

$225,000

Dane (T)

$472,000

$1,400,000

1

4

$472,000

$350,000

3,500

2,479

Deerfield

$680,000

$1,618,000

1

5

$680,000

$323,600

6,500

2,630

$1,295,000

$260,000

4

1

$323,750

$260,000

3,075

2,250

$14,217,000

$9,818,000

49

33

$290,143

$297,515

2,541

2,497

Dunkirk (T)

$1,120,000

$865,000

4

3

$280,000

$288,333

2,750

2,850

Dunn (T)

$3,405,000

$2,760,000

8

7

$425,625

$394,286

3,831

3,493

Fitchburg

$14,970,000

$9,292,000

51

32

$293,529

$290,375

2,306

2,376

Madison

$85,349,500

$70,336,000

304

263

$280,755

$267,437

2,184

2,180

Deerfield (T) DeForest

Maple Bluff

$1,130,000

Marshall

1 $513,000

4,198

$1,130,000 2

2,184

$256,500

2016 $690,000 Total

2015 $450,000 Total

2016 3 Starts

2015 2 Starts

McFarland

$12,459,000

$3,351,000

44

11

$283,159

$304,636

2,173

2,286

Medina (T)

$621,000

$1,310,000

2

5

$310,500

$262,000

3,325

2,392

Middleton

$17,567,000

$22,498,000

42

63

$418,262

$357,111

2,809

2,742

Middleton (T)

$13,163,000

$13,547,000

27

28

$487,519

$483,821

3,988

4,046

Montrose (T)

$1,797,000

$1,524,000

4

5

$449,250

$304,800

3,738

2,880

Mount Horeb

$2,431,000

$4,160,000

9

13

$270,111

$320,000

2,147

2,588

$12,406,000

$20,871,000

36

59

$344,611

$353,746

2,977

3,111

Oregon (T)

$1,022,000

$1,400,000

3

5

$340,667

$280,000

3,167

2,571

Perry (T)

$1,222,000

Pleasant Springs (T)

$3,035,000

$1,894,000

7

6

$433,571

$315,667

4,021

2,908

Primrose (T)

$2,092,000

$1,284,000

5

4

$418,400

$321,000

3,570

3,063

Roxbury (T)

$2,723,000

$4,782,000

8

11

$340,375

$434,727

3,044

3,621

Rutland (T)

$1,506,000

$888,000

5

2

$301,200

$444,000

2,652

3,900

Springdale (T)

$7,055,000

$1,537,000

16

3

$440,938

$512,333

3,946

4,333

Mazomanie (T) Municipality

Oregon

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2016 2015 2016 2015 2,200 2,125Sq Ft $230,000 $225,000 Avg. Value Avg. Value Avg. Sq Ft Avg.

3,900

$407,333

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$1,400,000

3

5

$340,667

2,571

$1,022,000

Perry (T)

$1,222,000

Pleasant Springs (T)

$3,035,000

$1,894,000

7

6

$433,571

$315,667

4,021

2,908

Primrose (T)

$2,092,000

$1,284,000

5

4

$418,400

$321,000

3,570

3,063

Roxbury (T)

$2,723,000

$4,782,000

8

11

$340,375

$434,727

3,044

3,621

Rutland (T)

$1,506,000

$888,000

5

2

$301,200

$444,000

2,652

3,900

Springdale (T)

$7,055,000

$1,537,000

16

3

$440,938

$512,333

3,946

4,333

Springfield (T)

$5,088,000

$6,425,000

10

14

$508,800

$458,929

4,233

4,113

Stoughton

$3,099,000

$2,407,000

16

15

$193,688

$160,467

1,691

1,761

Sun Prairie

$38,703,999

$34,637,000

147

144

$263,293

$240,535

2,357

2,147

Sun Prairie (T)

$2,296,000

$3,195,000

6

8

$382,667

$399,375

3,492

3,555

Vermont (T)

$1,301,000

$682,000

2

2

$650,500

$341,000

5,500

3,150

$24,443,000

$22,407,000

60

71

$407,383

$315,592

2,567

2,321

Verona (T)

$1,450,000

$2,035,000

2

6

$725,000

$339,167

6,000

3,217

Vienna (T)

$1,828,000

$2,510,000

5

7

$365,600

$358,571

3,108

3,218

Waunakee

$31,577,000

$32,547,000

91

94

$347,000

$346,245

2,717

2,925

Westport (T)

$6,019,000

$3,398,000

10

6

$601,900

$566,333

4,494

4,445

Windsor (T)

$18,278,000

$15,988,000

57

58

$320,667

$275,655

2,644

2,516

$350,000

$225,000

1

1

$350,000

$225,000

1,990

1,850

2016 Total

2015 Total

2016 Starts

2015 Starts

3

$280,000

3,167

Oregon (T)

3,900

$407,333

DANE COUNTY NOVEMBER 2016 PERMIT DATA

Verona

York (T) Municipality

2016 2015 2016 2015 Avg. Value Avg. Value Avg. Sq Ft Avg. Sq Ft

Year to Year November Comparison YEAR

SUM

COUNT

AVG VALUE

AVG SQ FT

1999 2000

28,517,499 32,649,000

164 181

173,887 180,381

2,195 2,205

2001 2002

29,036,600 28,581,000

162 152

179,238 188,032

2,149 2,258

2003 2004

46,681,000 43,479,000

215 179

217,120 242,899

2,466 2,496

2005 2006

43,304,000 24,771,000

177 91

244,655 272,208

2,429 2,588

2007

23,350,000

84

277,976

2,576

2008 2009

9,574,000 9,169,000

34 37

281,588 247,810

2,823 2,408

2010 2011

6,564,000 8,898,000

29 30

226,344 296,600

2,444 2,740

2012 2013

12,840,000 16,761,000

45 63

285,333 266,047

2,654 2,585

2014

20,725,000

70

296,071

2,604

2015 2016

22,026,000 27,264,000

72 82

305,916 332,487

2,554 2,681

Year to Date Comparison YEAR

SUM

COUNT

AVG VALUE

AVG SQ FT

1999 2000

279,133,198 315,682,400

1770 1826

157,702 172,881

2,034 2,202

2001 2002

379,127,800 433,809,888

2153 2263

176,092 191,696

2,154 2,280

2003 2004

480,654,907 526,669,280

2362 2336

203,494 225,457

2,341 2,455

2005

517,908,728

2184

237,137

2,379

2006 2007

328,267,600 273,552,499

1325 1090

247,749 250,965

2,452 2,442

2008 2009

172,775,500 135,340,000

638 536

270,807 252,500

2,591 2,525

2010 2011

148,789,000 150,047,000

567 558

262,414 268,901

2,564 2,621

2012

190,295,112

711

267,644

2,594

2013 2014

277,116,000 289,020,000

1011 970

274,100 297,958

2,591 2,619

(T) = Township Prepared by MTD Marketing Contact: Dominic Collar 920-450-6131

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