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Mission Statement

The North Peninsula Building Association represents builders and associates of the building industry. We advocate constant improvement of building and business practices to provide quality construction in our community.

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North Peninsula Building Association Awards Gala and Dinner Meeting Donations to Local Charities The North Peninsula Building Association’s Community Support Fund; represented by NPBA’s 2018 President, Scott Schwagler & Executive Officer, Diana Johnson, recently made significant donations to The Answer For Youth (TAFY) to support their “Sprouting Hope for Youth” program which includes the purchase of a new greenhouse. In addition, a donation was made to Betsy Reed-Shultzs' Captain Joseph House program to support Gold Star veteran families across America. These donations were made through community partnerships and member donations at NPBA’s annual Holiday Gala & Silent Auction as well monthly dinner meeting raffles. The NPBA would like to extend their sincere thanks to our community and NPBA’s membership for making these donations possible to these valuable local charitable organizations. NPBA 2018 President Scott Schwagler said, “The TAFY House and Captain Joseph’s House provide a service that supports our community with wider effects throughout the U.S. We

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NPBA 21st Annual Building, Remodeling & Energy Expo Hartnagel & Angeles Millwork Shopping Spree Winners The North Peninsula Building Association celebrated the “Best of the Best” at the recent 21st annual Building Remodeling & Energy Expo. Held at the Sequim High School on Feb. 17-18, the Expo was celebrated by many new and returning exhibitors featuring products, services and educational programs related to our local building industry. Many thanks to Kelly Fox, CEO of Hartnagel Building Supply and Angeles Millwork for making the Expo experience extra exciting by returning as the Shopping Spree Sponsor again this year. Congratulations to Tom and Terri Sutro and Dianne McIntosh who each won a $500 gift card! We appreciate the generous support and community partnership of Hartnagel Building Supply and Angeles Millwork and we would like to thank our many attendees for participating and entering.

Left to right: Susan Hillgren, TAFY House Executive Director; Pam Fosnes, TAFY House financial director; Scott Schwagler, NPBA 2018 President and Diana Johnson, NPBA Executive Officer. are humbled to provide these donations to such worthy causes and we are thankful for the work they do in our community.”

At right, left to right: Diana Johnson, NPBA Executive Officer; Betsy Reed-Shultz, Founder Captain Joseph House; and Scott Schwagler, NPBA 2018 President.

Saturday's Shopping Spree Winners: Left to right: Danny Steiger, Hartnagel Building Supply Retail Sales Manager; winners Terri and Tom Sutro; and Josh Bergesen, Marketing Manager.

Sunday's Expo Shopping Spree Winner: Dianne McIntosh, center.


MEMBERS SCOTT SCHWAGLER

NPBA MISSION STATEMENT

President

The North Peninsula Building Association represents builders and associates of the building industry. We advocate constant improvement of building and I am everyone business practices tohoping provide is having a great start to quality construction in the New Year, in spite of our community. our challenging Pacific

DEREK ADAMIRE 1st Vice President

ANDY HINES

2nd Vice President

KASI O’ LEARY Treasurer

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TONI CORTANI Secretary

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President’s Point Northwest weather.

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is hard to believe that NPBA March is already upon

NORTH PENINSULA BUILDING A S S O C I AT I O N

us. I am transitioning into the role of being your President; currently I am with our state directors in Olympia as I write this, hoping to get good news as to what the BIAW is accomplishing in this year’s legislative session. I would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed at our Holiday Gala in December. We raised a tremendous amount of money for our Community Support Fund, which in turn, we were able to make a sizable donation to this year’s community partner – The Answer For Youth, aka TAFY – for their DIANA JOHNSON new greenhouse project. TAFY is doing good Executive Officer

provides. I hope we can welcome new members at all of our dinner meetings throughout the year. I would like to take this time to invite our new and existing members to get involved with things for our community and trying to solve this great Association and help maintain our industry presence. We always welcome new ideas and approaches – we can find a spot for you. It’s through industry involvement that members some local challenges that we are facing. Membership is always a main focus of our reap the greatest benefits. We are all settled into our new office/building in Carlsborg. The building committee is movassociation. The NPBA’s mission is to represent builders and associates of the building ing forward with our upcoming accessibility modifications to the facility. We are hoping to GREG McCARRY TRACYThe GUDGEL CHUCKand DANIEL HANNAa ramp entryway, areas, construct maintain and modify landscaping, build industry. NPBA advocates KEVIN constantRUSSELL im- create parkingLARRY Builder Director a new restroom. Builder This would involved – we can use your help all of Immediate Past President and business Builderwith Director Directorbe a great way to get Builder Director/BIAW provement of building practices President to provide quality construction in our com- these projects. Our surplus sale is coming up in April. This is another great way to get involved by donating munity. First part of that is taking care of our existing members to ensure that we are items and/or coming out and spending the day working the sale with us, and getting to know meeting their needs and second is to grow some of the members. My involvement in the association started with this event nearly twenty our membership with new and returning years ago! Lastly, I would like to thank Immediate Past Presdent Tracy Gudgel for all of his tireless efbusinesses because collectively our mission is better achieved. We are starting to see this forts for our Association, and for leaving the ship in good order. I also want to congratulate growth happen. We had the opportunity to Kevin Russell again for becoming President of our State Association, the Building Industry welcome and celebrate four new members at Association of Washington (BIAW) – this is a great accomplishment and commitment on his our January meeting and we will have three part for you our members. I am looking forward to our upcoming events and having the opmore to welcome later this month. It has been portunity to meet all of our members both new and old. a long time since we have seen this much inSincerely, flux of new businesses to our association. I’m Construction happy to seeFOX these folks realizing,MATT and taking KELLY ROGER WHEELER MIKEJ&JTHOMAS WARD Scott Schwagler, BILL ROBERDS President North Peninsula Building Association advantage all of the opportunities NPBA Associateof,Director Life Director Associate Director Associate Director

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Donations Needed, We’ll Pick Up! Make your garden bloom and your house sparkle either with mulch or a new window, all at unbelievable pricing. Too many items to list … plan to attend and find the perfect thing for spring!

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EXPO Wrap-Up and A Closer Look At NPBA’s Monthly Dinner Meetings By Diana Johnson, Executive Officer North Peninsula Building Association The NPBA prides itself on its service to our community, our membership and the building industry in Clallam County. The NPBA’s goals are to educate, inform and advocate a couple ways we do this is through our Building, Remodeling & Energy Expo and our monthly dinner meetings. This year’s EXPO was exceptional no doubt about it! With that said, it was not met with some challenges. As we all know, unless you are living under a rock, the industry is bustling! All of our builders and associates are busy, busy, busy and as your local non-profit building association this makes us very happy as this is the epitome of what we strive to make happen on a continuing basis. For an event like ours, the largest building EXPO this side of the Hood Canal Bridge, this building activity does make for some challenges for a weekend long event like ours. For example, time and staffing for our participating businesses were a couple issues we had to overcome this year in particular,

these are issues that a lot of our member businesses are facing on the daily and as an association we are actively taking steps to help with that. Thankfully our participating businesses recognize the importance of top of mind awareness so we pulled it through and boy were they not disappointed! Although the snow was a bit of a damper on Sunday, Saturday was so overwhelmingly successful that I don’t think anyone minded. The bottom-line is people are ready to invest in their home. They want to talk to someone face-to-face and get their dreams scheduled now and the Building EXPO provides a great opportunity for this (and has for the past 21 years.) Thank you to all who made this years EXPO a success, with your commitment and dedication it just would not happen; Eran Kennedy, NPBA Marketing Director, Nicole Clark, PUD Communications Manager, NPBA Board of Directors, Sequim School District, City of Sequim, Party Canopy and all of our sponsors. continued next page


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NPBA dinner meetings are another way to get involved and stay informed. Dinner meetings are open to the public and held on the third Thursday of each month at various locations throughout Clallam County. Here is an example of some of the topics we cover during our dinner meetings; speaking of staffing issues, last fall we hosted Elizabeth Court of the Olympic Workforce Development Council, Elizabeth gave us an in depth analysis of the Olympic Peninsula’s workforce challenges and their efforts and progress on how to resolve them. At NPBA’s annual candidate forum, Mike Chapman, Jim McEntire, Colleen McAleer and Michael Cobb - all provided insight into the state and local economies including their political platforms. At NPBA’s Installation of Officers, Scott Schwagler of J& J Construction was sworn in as NPBA’s 2018 President including NPBA’s board of directors. The NPBA held its annual Holiday Gala & Silent Auction in December where thousands of dollars were raised by NPBA’s Community Support Fund, proceeds from this event were donated to the Sprouting Hope for Port Angeles program and people walked away with some great baskets and trips. We’ve hosted everyone from fishing guide extraordinaire Pat Neal to state and local building industry representatives. We make sure to spread the love out west as well taking a bi-annual bus trip to Forks to tour member company McClanahan Lumber and talk about issues they may be facing way out west as well. We’ve also had a Lefties Baseball night and celebrated big check returns from our Return on Industrial Insurance (ROII) program via a clay shoot at Sunnydell Shooting Grounds and our August Golf Tournament is always a guaranteed good time. So whatever your interests are, we’ve got you covered; we invite you to join, participate and get involved, there’s something for everyone! We are actively planning for NPBA’s 2018 dinner meetings, please feel free to call us if you have a topic or activity of interest. Better yet, make your reservation to join us and find out what all the fun is about!

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NPBA Welcomes New Members! Jamestown Excavating

Established in 1994, Jamestown Excavating (JEX) is located in the Carlsborg Business Park in Sequim, Washington, and provides excavating services throughout the Olympic Peninsula for commercial, residential, municipal and Tribal customers. With over 20 years of experience, our professional crews provide high-quality workmanship at a competitive price. From commercial excavation to building demolition and anything in between, we will ensure that you are satisfied with our work. JEX is certified in Clallam and Jefferson Counties for septic installations and can be relied on to provide honest, exceptional service and performance. JEX provides the following types of services: • Excavating • Demolition • Foundations • Trucking/Hauling • Land Clearing • Road Building • Rock Walls • Marine/River Restoration • Underground Utilities • Septic Systems  Contact us Today: 431 Business Park Loop Sequim, WA 98382 Phone: 360-683-4586 Email: excavating@jamestowntribe.org

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360-670-5076 Titan Builders, started more than ten years ago as a small four man crew. With hard work and determination we have created long term working relationships with local companies, based on integrity, performance and value. We recognize our greatest asset is our people. We provide opportunity and encouragement to help our employees reach their potential. Although we have grown in size, we continue to remain true to our founding values of quality, honesty and dedication to a stellar product. We commit personal attention to our clients and genuinely care about their home building experience from start to finish. Let Titan Builders, Build Your Dream.

Miller Construction, LLC

Performance, Service, Integrity I have been a construction professional for several decades and have built $150M worth of successful projects. I have extensive experience in multiple markets including commercial; tenant improvements; resorts; multi-family; public works of facilities, education and medical; remodels; Pan Abode Cedar Homes; and high-end residential. My work has been around Seattle; Eastern Washington; Big Island, Hawaii; Aspen, Colorado; and west of Puget Sound. I highly value my relationships with all the subcontractors. I know that if they succeed, I also succeed. I welcome specific large project partnerships with other general contractors. The Peninsula is a wonderful place to live and work. Miller Construction, LLC Jim Miller P.O. Box 4023 Sequim, WA 98382 jim@millerconstructionllc.com (360) 809-4830

Interwest Construction, Inc.

Company History and Capabilities Interwest Construction, Inc. (ICI) of Burlington, Washington also with a division located on the Northern Olympic Peninsula in Sequim is a premier excavation and site development contractor in northwest Washington State. In business since 1987, we have completed over 1,100 construction projects. Our company is founded on the commitment to deliver the hightest quality work within cost efficient standards meeting the demanding schedules required to succeed in the construction industry. Since our founding, Interwest Construction, Inc. has worked to become an industry leader in underground utilities, total site development, enviromental cleanups, demolition and heavy highway construction and repair throughout Washington. Over the years, the bulk of Interwest's expertise has been in public utility, road, bridge and structure construction, private and commercial site development. Recently, Interwest has concentrated on developing its workforce expertise to include environmental and hazardous waste cleanups, wastewater treatment plant construction and repair, as well as steel building construction. Interwest owns, operates and maintains over 250 pieces of construction equipment, in addition to a fleet of 30+ heavy hauling dump trucks, side dumps, and transfer trucks with over 20 crews working in the Puget Sound Region. Interwest has a dedicated, efficient, safety-oriented workforce, which takes pride in consistently completing projects, large or small, on time and within budget.


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Your Spring Home Maintenance Checklist By North Peninsula Building Association For home owners, warmer weather means it’s time to get organized and tackle your spring home maintenance jobs early so you – and your home – can enjoy the change of seasons with minimal stress. It can be daunting to take on a long list of chores and repairs, but remember that putting in a little effort now will save you time and money in the long run. Following this list will help you get started.

Windows:

Make sure all your windows are securely in place and operating properly. If you like having your windows open in the spring, install screens in your windows and storm doors. First make sure the screens are clean by gently washing them with soapy water. Next, clean the window tracks and take a close look at all of the weatherstripping. You don’t want any cracks or tears letting hot air in or cool air out during the warmer months. Nothing can ruin summer fun like an unexpectedly high energy bill.

Interior:

Get a professional to clean and inspect your HVAC system. If it has a filter, make sure it’s been replaced within the last three months to keep everything working efficiently. With warmer weather comes every home owner’s nightmare:

pests. Seal any cracks along baseboards, behind sinks, and around pipes and windows. Mend and holes in windows and screens to keep pests outside your home where they belong. Termites are one of the most harmful household pests. Check for sagging floors and ceilings and note any dry, brown tunnels in the ground near your home’s foundation. Finding signs of termites early on can save you a ton of money in the future.

Exterior:

First, take a walk around the entire perimeter of your home and check the condition of glazing compound, caulk, and exterior paint. Replace or touch up wherever need. You'll also want to give some time and attention to your landscaping earlier rather than later. Seed and feed the lawn, plant annuals, and cut back any perennials that need pre-growth pruning. Check your roof for any signs of winter damage, whether from heavy snowfall or fallen debris. While you’re up there, go ahead and clean out your gutters, even if you already did it in the fall. Winter storms can cause a surprising amount of debris to build up, and you don’t want clogged gutters during the early spring rainfall.

Let’s Talk Safety:

It can be easy to get carried away with spring home maintenance, but safety should always be your top priority.

Ladders: Ladders can be extremely dangerous if not used properly. Accidents most often occur if ladders are improperly placed or secured, or if you’re using the wrong size ladder for the job at hand. Follow these tips to stay safe: • Read all warning labels and follow directions closely. • Only use ladders on a stable, level surface. • Keep your body centered on the ladder. Never lean over either side rail. • Never stand on the top two rungs. • Only use a step ladder when fully opened and in locked position. Never use a it when closed or partially open and leaning against a structure. • Don’t work within 10 feet of overhead power lines. They can pose a serious electrical hazard. Yard Tools: Doing yard work can mean you’re working with some serious pieces of machinery. If you’re determined to do it all yourself, make sure to wear appropriate eye, body, and hearing protection for the entire project. Never remove any guards or safety devices. And remember to always service your lawnmowers yearly. Your best option is to leave it to the professionals! Looking for some help with your home maintenance tasks? Contact the North Peninsula Building Association for a list of professionals who can help you tackle your to-do list, 360-452-8160 or go to www.npba.info.

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