A&A Electric & Underground, Inc. + AB Systems, Inc. + ABC Seamless of Rochester, Inc. + ABC Supply Company, Inc. + Accessibility Solutions + Accord Electric, Inc. + Adair Electric Company + Adamson Motors + Advanced Builders & Remodeling + Advanced Builders, LLC + Advanced Building Center, Inc. + Advantage Cabinets, Inc. + afm Countertops, Inc. + AgStar Home Mortgage Services + Alexander & Sons Builders + Mike Allen Homes, LLC + Allen Outdoor Solutions, LLC + All-Star Basements + American Engineering Testing, Inc. + American Waterworks + America's Best Cleaning & Restoration Services + Ames Construction, Inc. + Andersen Windows, Inc. + Anderson Construction + Appliance Village Company + Arcon Development, Inc. + Arrow Building Center + Associated Bank + Athelon Enterprises, LLC + Ayars & Ayars, Inc. + B&C Plumbing & Heating, Inc. + Bank of America Home Loans + Al Barker Custom Homes, Inc. + Barrier Free Access, Inc. + Basement Water Control + Batzel Builders, Inc. + Beckley's Office Products + Beetles Bar & Grill, Inc. + Alvin E. Benike, Inc. + Scott Berberich Construction, LLC + Scott Berg Construction, LLC + Bessler Management + Beyond Kitchens, LLC + Bigelow & Lennon Construction, LLC + Bigelow Homes + K.W. Billman, Inc. + The Blue Book of Building & Construction + Bobcat of Rochester + Bob's Construction, Inc. + The Boldt Company + Bouquet Builders, Inc. + Bowman's Door Solutions + Brandrup Builders + Brannt Valley Excavating, Inc. + Brauer Roofing, Inc. + Braun Intertec Corporation + Brekke Fireplace Shoppe + Bricewood, LLC + Briese Iron Works, Inc. + Bright Ideas + Brinkman Builders, LLC + Brock White Company + Tom Brogan Heating & Air Conditioning + Larry Brooks Builders + Brooks Excavating Company, Inc. + C.O. Brown Agency + Bruce Bucknell Construction, Inc. + Budget Blinds + Burdick Builders, Inc. + Byrne Electric, Inc. + Cachiaras Building & Remodeling + Cambria + Canadian Honker + Carpet One + Castlewood Homes, Inc. + Century Painting & Decorating, LLC + Charter Communications/Media + Chosen Valley Testing, Inc. + Christian Brothers Cabinets, Inc. + City of Byron + City of Eyota + City of Preston + City of Spring Valley + Citywide Insulation, Inc. + Clear Channel Radio (Laser/Fox/KFAN) + Clements Chevrolet Cadillac Subaru + Closet Creations + Closet Organizers + Coldwell Banker Burnet + Commercial Leasing Services + Construction Partnership + Coordinated Business Systems, Ltd. + Corban Homes, LLC + Cordes Construction + Cornerstone Builders & Real Estate, Inc. + Cornerstone Designs of Rochester, Inc. + Corporate Web Services, Inc. + Counselor Realty of Rochester, Inc. + Countryside Builders, LLC + County Materials Corporation + CPDC Rochester Development, Inc. + Creative Closet Systems + Creative Hardwood Floors + Crescent Electric Supply Company + CRW Architecture + Design Group, Inc. + Culligan of Rochester & Kasson + Cumulus Radio + Curry's Custom Cut Gutter, LLC + Curtin Drywall, Inc. + Custom Alarm/Custom Communications, Inc. + Custom Homes by Bradley, Inc. + Custom Retaining Walls & Landscaping, Inc. + Dahl Home Builders, Inc. + Data-Smart Computers, Inc. + Davies Printing Company + DeGeus Tile & Granite + Derby Construction LLC + The Design Connection + Design Plus Architecture, LLC + Design Studio B + DeWitz Home Builders, Inc. + DMC Plumbing & Heating, Inc. + Dolan's Landscape Center, Inc. + DoubleTree by Hilton - Mayo Clinic Area + DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen + Drywall Services of Rochester, Inc. + Dunlap & Seeger + M.H. Dutton Construction, LLC + E&M Consulting, Inc. + Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie #2228 + Eastwood Bank + eci, llc + Eckert Construction, Inc. + Edel Construction, LLC + Edina Realty Home Services + Edward Jones - Don Charlson + Todd Eidem Construction, Inc. + Elcor Construction, Inc. + Elcor Realty of Rochester, Inc. + Electrical Solutions & Service + Elias Construction, LLC + Energy Panel Structures + Energy Products & Design, Inc. + Enventis + Excel Custom Homes of Rochester, Inc. + The Excelsior Group, LLC + Exceptional Construction & Remodeling, LLC + Expert Insulation, Inc. + Express Employment Professionals + Fairway Outdoor Advertising, LLC + Ferguson Enterprises + Fieldstone Family Homes, Inc. + First Alliance Credit Union + First Choice Homes, LLC + First General Services of SE MN + Rochester Area Foundation - First Homes + First Supply + R. Fleming Construction, Inc. + Ford Metro Glass, Inc. + Foster Construction, Inc. + Franklin Energy + Friedrich Construction, Inc. + Chris Fritsch Custom Homes, LLC + Gander Plumbing & Heating, Inc. + Dale Gathje Construction, Inc. + GDM Trailers, LLC + Steve Gentry Construction, LLC + Robert Gill Builder, Inc. + Global Resolve + Goodin Company + Great River Overhead Door + Green Lawncare Irrigation & Service Co. + Greenway Cooperative Service Company + Gregor Builders, Inc. + Gutter Topper of Minnesota + Habitat for Humanity - Rochester Area + Habitat for Humanity - Winona/Fillmore County dba Habitat ReStore + Haley Comfort Systems/FireSide by Haley + W.L. Hall Company + Hammer Homes, Inc. + Hampton Inn of Rochester + Hanson Construction & Specialty Cabinets, LLC + Hayfield Window & Door Company + HDR Architecture + Heartman Insurance + Heartwood Homes of Rochester, Inc. + Heim Construction Services, LLC + Heim Drywall, Inc. + Brandon Henderson's Construction Plus, LLC + Hentges Glass Company + HGA Architects and Engineers + Hicks Electric, Inc. + Higgins Custom Cabinetry + High Definition Homes, LLC + Hiller's Flooring America + HiMEC at Home + Jeff Hinkle Custom Homes + Hirshfield's Decorating Center + Holt Title Guaranty Company, Inc. + The Home Depot + Home Federal Savings Bank + Home Improvement Professionals, Inc. + Home Systems Installation, LLC + Howe Countertops + Hunt Electric Corporation + Hutch's Custom Cabinets + Int'l Brthrhd of Electrical Wrkrs Local 343 + Innovative Surfaces, Inc. + Insty Prints + Insul-Seal Home Insulation + IntegraSpec Central/Jeff Mueller Construction + Integrity Custom Homes, Inc. + Island Siding + J&M Consulting + Michael Jack, LLC + Jennings Properties + J.P. Johnson Custom Builders, Inc. + JP's Construction Remodeling & Repair, Inc. + K&M Glass Company + K&S Heating, A/C, Plumbing & Electrical + Tom Kalmes Construction, Inc. + Kane & Johnson Architects, Inc. + Keller Williams Premier Realty + Key Builders, Inc. + King's Flooring, LLC + Kirkland Enterprises, LLC + Kitchen Concepts & Creative Living + Kitchens Plus + Gary Kline Roofing, Inc. + Knutson Construction Services + Koball's Poured Walls, Inc. + Komitt Concrete, Inc. + Kreofsky Building Supplies + Sean Krudwig Remodeling, LLC + Kruger Electric, Inc. + Kruse Lumber + KTTC/KXLT-TV + Kuehn Motor Company, Inc. + Kuntz Electric, Inc. + Kwik Trip, Inc. + L&L Cabinets + Lacina Siding & Windows, Inc. + Laitala Tile Company + Larsen Industries, Inc. + Larson Siding & Windows + Legends Concrete, Inc. + Leitzen Concrete Products, Inc. + Leyendecker Homebuilders, LLC + Lodermeier's, Inc. + Lowe's Home Improvement + Lumber Liquidators + Ed Lunn Construction, Inc. + Luxury Bath of Rochester + Maas Companies, Inc. + Maier Forest and Tree, LLC + Majestic Homes, Inc. + R.J. Manemann Custom Homes + Maplewood Homes, LLC + Markham Homes, LLC + markit + Marquette Grain Systems, Inc. + Marvin Windows & Doors + Massey Land Surveying & Engineering + Master Builders, Inc. + Mavo Systems, Inc. + McGhie & Betts, Inc. + McGladrey + McGough Construction + Meadow Lakes Builders + MEC Construction, Inc. + Med City Builders of Rochester, LLC + Meier Realty + Menards South + MEP Associates + Merchants Bank + Merit Contracting, Inc. + Michael's Custom Cabinets, Inc. + Mid American Financial Group + Midwest LeafGuard of Rochester, Inc. + Minnesota Energy Resources Corporation + Minnwest Bank + MLT Group + Morris Concrete, Inc. + Mosquito Squad of SE MN + Netherton Construction, Inc. + Newcastle Homes, LLC + Larry Newman Drywall + Nickelson Painting, Inc. + Nietz + North Central States Regional Council + North States Window & Door Systems + Northern Lights & Furnishings + Nuss Truck & msted County Journal + Olmsted County Lumber Mart, Inc. + Olmsted Equipment + Ohly Law Office + OlCounty Planning Dept, Insp. Div. + Olmsted County Public Health + Olmsted National Bank + G.P. Olson Construction, LLC + J.B. O'Meara Company + On Site Sanitation/On Site Heat + Otis Custom Homes, LLC + Owner's Plumbing, Inc. + Paape Energy Services + Pahl & Kaye, Inc. + Palmer Soderberg, Inc. + Paper & Graphics, Inc. + Walt Pappas Construction + Paramark Corporation + Payne Company + PC Applications Consultants, Inc. + Pearson Builders, Inc. + Pebble Creek/Western Walls + Pegram & Dexter Construction & Design + Pella Windows & Doors + Pendle Hansen Bagne Insurance + Penz Custom Homes, Inc. + People's Energy Cooperative + G. Pestka Appraisals + Peterson Well Drilling, Inc. + Pine Island Lumber, Inc. + Pine One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning + Pompeii Painting, Inc. + Post-Bulletin Company, LLC + Precision Drafting & Design + Prehn Building Sales, Inc. + Premier Bank Rochester + Premier Builders of Rochester, Inc. + Prime Time Painting of Rochester, LLC + PrimeLending + Priority Claims Service + Pro Image Promotions & Apparel + ProBuild Company, LLC + Quality Overhead Door Company, Inc. + Quality Siding & Window, Inc. + Quartz Surfaces + Michael Quinn Law Office + MDH, Inc. + R&M Development Company + Radcliffe Homes & Remodeling + RCON Homes, Inc. + RCTC Carpentry Program + RE/MAX of Rochester + Region Millworks, Inc. + David Reiland Building Contractor, LLC + Reliable BUILDERS COUNCIL Contractors, Inc. + Residence Inn by Marriott + Reynolds Design and a division of rochester area builders, inc. Construction + Rochester Area Appraisals, a division of Rochester Area Builders, Inc. LLC + Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce + ester Area Econ. Development, Inc. + RochesRocht e r Asphalt, Inc. + Rochester Building Safety Department + Rochester City Lines/Heartland Tours + Rochester Concrete Products, LLC + Rochester International Event Center + Rochester Overhead Door Company + Rochester Plumbing & Heating/Roto Rooter + Rochester Public Utilities + Rochester Public Works + Rochester Ready Mix Concrete Co + Rochester Sign Service, Inc. + Rochester Title & Escrow Company, Inc. + Rock Solid Retaining Walls + Ronningen Roofing, Inc. + RSC Equipment Rental + RSP Architects + Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. + Ryan Electric, Inc. + Ryan Windows & Siding, Inc. + Sargent's Landscape Nursery, Inc. + Schad Tracy Signs, Inc. + Schmidt Goodman Office Products + Schoeppner, Inc. + Schumann Granahan Hesse & Wilson, Ltd. + Schwab, LLC + Schwickertâ€™s Tecta America, LLC + Seavey Builders, Inc. + Servpro of Rochester, Inc. + Dan Severson Builders, Inc. + Sherwin Williams Company + Mike Sholing Construction, Inc. + Sign Here, Inc. + Simonson Builders, LLC + SL Contracting, Inc. + Smith Schafer & Associates, Ltd. + Solar Connection, Inc. + Somerby Golf Community + Space Concepts, Inc. + Spahn & Rose Lumber Company + Greg Speedling Contracting, Inc. + Stadsvold's Lawn & Landscape + Stantec + Steel Constructors, Inc. + Sterling State Bank + Stevens Heating, Inc. + Stier Construction, Inc. + StoneBridge Builders + Structural Design Group, Inc. + Struve's Paint + Robert G. Suk Law Office, PA + Summit Custom Homes, LLC + Summit Fire Protection Company + Sunlight Electric + Superior Mechanical + Craig Swanson Builders, Inc. + Swenke Company, Inc. + Kenny Sylvester Construction, LLC + Synergy Products + Tag's Drywall, Inc. + Tamarack Materials of Rochester, Inc. + TDS Metrocom + Teigen Paper & Supply, Inc. + Thermo-Tech Windows + Thiemann Construction, Inc. + Thimijan Custom Homes, LLC + Think Mutual Bank + Thomas Tool & Supply + Thompson's Garage Door and Openers + Tile Superstore & More + TLC Surfaces + Tonna Mechanical, Inc. + Top Shop of Rochester, Inc. + Total Electric of Rochester, Inc. + Tradesmen International, Inc. + Traditional Wood Builders + Tri Star Insulation + Tri State Insulated Concrete Forms + TSP Architects & Engineers + Turri Crane Service, Inc. + Turtle Creek Construction, Inc. + United Heating & Cooling + United Products Corporation + United Rentals + The Urban Studio, LLC + US Bank + Val-U-Blinds + Van Haren ICF + Vector Windows + Veit Companies + Veolia Environmental Services + Verizon Wireless + Vertical Limit Construction + Viking Automatic Sprinkler Company + Viking Electric Supply + Vision Homes & Remodeling, LLC + Vollara Global/DPS + Warners' Stellian Appliance Co., Inc. + Waste Management + WC Construction + Weather Shield Roofing, LLC + Weis Builders, Inc. + Greg Wellik Construction + Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota NA + Wells Fargo Home Mortgage + Wendland Utz + Werner Electric Supply + Westridge Hills, Inc. + Weyerhaeuser + Jim a publication of Whiting Nursery & Garden Center, Inc. + Widseth Smith Nolting + Wildwood Bar and Grill + Winkels Electric, Inc. + Winona Agency + Winona Excavating Company + Wolter & Raak, Ltd. + Women Communications, LLC + Woodruff Company + Wright Homes, Inc. + WT Lighting + XRG Concepts, LLC + Yaggy Colby Associates + Rick Yerhot Builder + Your Home Improvement Company + Zumbro Haven, LLC + Zumbrota Ford
F O U N D AT I O N S Rochester Area Builders, Inc.
Sell to More Than 25,000 Rochester Area Women Women are making the majority (85%) of home remodeling decisions1 and fewer of them are doing it themselves2
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RochesterWomen September 2012 issue will feature the Fall Showcase of Homes and Remodelers Tour. Tell Rochester area women about your services, selection and things you provide to make life easier. Tell them about your home building or remodeling products or services.
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News from the President May 3rd, 2012
News from the President .......................1
s we creep into the midst of summer, the building community has experienced some great highs and lows. June marked the passing of a great friend of the Association and the Rochester building community – Denny Hanson. The ﬁrst time I served on the RAB board, Denny was also serving a term – I learned quickly what a great asset he was to our Association, and also how distracting it was to sit next to him at meetings! That man could talk and gossip like no other. In fact, after one particularly chatty board meeting, I told Denny that I wasn’t sitting next to him any longer because he was too naughty! I will greatly miss his behind the scenes speeches at our networking nights, giving us the up-to-date info on the city!
July General Membership
June and July have also held some positively great news – an upswing in new residential building permits. I think we can all say that this makes each aspect of the building industry feel a little bit better. It gives us a spring in our step, and that little boost of conﬁdence we’re all needing. Are we feeling “normal” yet? Probably not, but we’re bidding projects and signing contracts, which is just one step further along in the rebuilding process.
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DO NOT FORGET to join the Rochester Area Builders for the Networking Night on Tuesday, July 31st as we re-dedicate our ofﬁce building. RAB will be hosting the networking event that evening to recognize the people who made this building possible 8 years ago. Remember also to bring a friend, acquaintance, or business partner that evening to show them what membership in our great organization is like. If you bring a prospective member with, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a great prize, and if you bring more than one, you’ll have more than one chance to win! Membership is what drives our organization, and it is what we need to grow.
Meeting ...................................................2 August General Membership Meeting ...................................................3 Association Scrapbook Remembering Denny Hanson ...........4-5 WANTED: Playhouse Builders ..............6 Golf Outing Review ................................7 Sporting Clay Shoot ...............................8 The PLAN ROOM ...............................10 April BAM Update ...............................11 May BAM Update .................................12 Public Works Dept. News .....................13 Government Affairs .............................14 Committee Updates .............................15 2012 Membership Drive ......................16 Remodelers Council ............................17 Rochester Permits ................................19 Real Estate Data ...................................20 Membership Information ...............20-21 Association Scrapbook ....................22-23 Member Memos ...................................24 June Calendar ......................................25 Thank Yous ...........................................25 Summer Supplement ......................26-27 Executive Director/Editor John Eischen Production Ryan Kling-Punt Printing Paper & Graphics, Inc.
The Rochester Builders newsletter is the ofﬁcial publication of Rochester Area Builders, Inc. This newsletter is published and distributed monthly to its members and others associated with the building industry. Neither the advertisers, nor RAB will be responsible or liable for misinformation, misprints, typographical errors, etc., herein contained.
Jennifer Maass 2012 RAB President
108 Elton Hills Lane NW Rochester, MN 55901 507-282-7698 507-282-6351 Fax E-mail RAB@rochesterareabuilders.com www.RochesterAreaBuilders.com
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Join us at the July Networking Night Tuesday, July 31st, 5 - 8:30 pm at the Rochester Area Builders Ofﬁce 108 Elton Hills LN NW The RAB Networking Night on July 31st, 2012 is Member Appreciation Night. At this meeting, we will be recognizing those people and companies who contributed time, funding, and/or materials to make the construction of our ofﬁce building possible. Please plan to attend this event to help us thank these generous donors, and to have a great time at our Member Appreciation Celebration! We will have refreshments, burgers and brats all evening, and live music by “Lost and Found” from approximately 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Burgers & Brats! Beer & Refreshments!
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Join us at the August General Membership Meeting Summer Networking Night Tuesday, August 28, 2012
HALEY COMFORT SYSTEMS/FIRESIDE BY HALEY 4320 W Frontage Road NW Hours: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Jennifer Maass, Kitchen Concepts & Creative Living
Jean DeWitz, DeWitz Home Builders, Inc.
Kevin Worden, Rochester Area Habitat for Humanity
Tony Joseph, Pompeii Painting, Inc.
Rory Lenton, Minnesota Energy Resources
John Eckerman, The Boldt Company Kathy Einck, Maplewood Homes, LLC Delbert Feenstra, Knutson Construction Services Patty Hanson, Rochester Public Utilities David Kane, Kane & Johnson Architects, Inc. Bruce Laufenburger, First General Services of SE MN Braden Markham, Markham Homes, LLC Paul Meier, Corban Homes, LLC Sam Peyton, Cambria Lindsey Rippentrop, Olmsted National Bank
Builders Exchange Council Representatives
Mike Benike, A.E. Benike, Inc., Chair Tony Wintheiser, Hentges Glass, Vice Chair Ron Fritcher, United Rentals, Past Chair
Commercial Builders Council
Join us at the new Haley Comfort Systems building, complete with an outdoor living area, for a great time networking, with great food from the grill, drinks, games, and prizes!
Rob Jones, Superior Mechanical, Chair Sue Hanson, Rochester Title & Escrow Company, Inc., Vice Chair
Development Council Chair Josh Johnson, Widseth Smith Nolting
Remodelers Council Chair Alex Nahvi, Ferguson Enterprises
National Life Directors
Joe Weis, Weis Builders, Inc., Rep.
Steve Buss, Cornerstone Builders & Real Estate, Inc. Mike Coats, MEC Construction, Inc. Rory Lenton, Minnesota Energy Resources
We hope to see you there! Hosted By:
Rory Lenton, Minnesota Energy Resources John McGuine, J&M Consulting, LLC Mike Paradise, Bigelow Homes David Pederson, Wendland Utz, Rep.
John Eischen JEischen@RochesterAreaBuilders.com
Audra Bolduan ABolduan@RochesterAreaBuilders.com Website/Technology, Builders Exchange Trustees
Tony Lehrman TLehrman@RochesterAreaBuilders.com Government Affairs, Commercial Builders Council, Development Council, Building Safety Advisory Group, Public Works Advisory Group, Community Relations, Green Building Sharill Mueller SMueller@RochesterAreaBuilders.com Home Show, Showcase Committee Rebekah Nielsen RNielsen@RochesterAreaBuilders.com Ambassadors, Education, Membership, Program, Remodelers Council -Executive-Garage Sale-Home TourMarketing, Spike Club, Retention Ryan Kling-Punt RPunt@RochesterAreaBuilders.com Golf Outing, Sporting Clays, Directory, Newsletter
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Remembering Denny Hanson
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WANTED: Playhouses ��
to benefit Family Service Rochester� �
We’re looking for Creative, Energetic and Wonderful People to build 3 Playhouses for the 2013 Rochester Area Builders Home Show! Suggested Sizes – 8’W x 10’L x 10’ or 12’(max) in height.
We are only accepting 4 Playhouses this year! $Value–Priceless!
Don’t do it alone! Team up with other members for construction and gathering of supplies!�
� A Great Marketing Tool � Show your Community � Worth its Weight in Gold in Advertising Spirit! Value � Charitable Donation to � Expand your presence at the Home Show a Great Cause! �
Family�Service�Rochester�is�a�private,�non�profit�organization�committed�to�strengthening�and�supporting�families.��Each�year�Family� Service�Rochester�works�with�thousands�of�families�to�maintain�child�safety�and�well�being,�enhance�family�stability,�and�promote� independence�and�quality�of�life.��All�of�their�programs�and�services�are�offered�on�a�sliding�fee�scale:�no�one�is�turned�away�because� of�inability�to�pay.��Financial�gifts�from�others�who�also�believe�in�keeping�families�strong�are�what�help�ensure�they�are�able�to�offer� very�needed�services�to�all�in�need.� �
� Need�Commitments�by�Aug.�31st,�2012� Contact:�John�Eischen� Need�Designs�by�Sept.�28th,�2012� Rochester�Area�Builders� 507�282�7698� JEischen@RochesterAreaBuilders.com� www.RochesterAreaBuilders.com 6 | July/August 2012
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RAB Golf Outing Review Thank You to our wonderful Sponsors! Gold Tee Sponsor:
DINNER SPONSORS: Arcon Development, Inc. The Builders Group Ohly Law Ofﬁce Smith Schafer & Associates, Ltd. CART SPONSORS: The Boldt Company Brock White Company Eastwood Bank First Alliance Credit Union Pro Image Promotions & Apparel Smith Schafer & Associates, Ltd. Widesth Smith Nolting
Gazebo SPONSOR: Somerby Golf Community Commercial Builders Council PUTTING CONTEST SPONSOR: Minnesota Energy Resources CLOSEST TO THE FLAG: ProBuild Company, LLC DRINK CART SPONSORS: Counselor Realty of Rochester, Inc. Knutson Construction Services TEE & GREEN SPONSORS: Arrow Building Center ABC Supply Company, Inc. Arrow Building Center Associated Bank Braun Intertec Corporation C.O. Brown Agency Cambria
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Carpet One Century Painting & Decorating Custom Alarm/Communications Data-Smart Computers, Inc. Dunlap & Seeger Energy Products & Design First Supply Home Federal Savings Bank Kreofsky Building Supplies Kruse Lumber McGladrey Olmsted National Bank Pompeii Painting, Inc. Post-Bulletin Company, LLC Premier Bank Rochester Rochester Title & Escrow Co. Veolia Environmental Services Warner’s Stellian Appliance Wendland Utz Werner Electric Supply Women Communications, LLC Zumbrota Ford
Join us at the RAB Sporting Clay Shoot Thursday, September 6, 2012 GAMEHAVEN COUNCIL SCOUT CAMP 5015 Simpson Rd SE
SCOUTING OF SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA
Hours: 1:00 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. Registration and Mandatory Safety Talks 2:00 P.M. Shooting Starts 5:00 P.M. BBQ Dinner & Beer 6:00 P.M. Rafﬂe Drawing, Prizes, and Silent Auction
Calling all Hunters, Shooters, and Outdoorsmen. RAB is hosting our annual SPORTING CLAY SHOOT! We’ll have 20 stations, and each one is different! Teams will rotate through the stations, trying to rack up the highest score possible. Registration forms have been mailed out, so get your team of shooters together, or register by yourself and we’ll put you on a team. The event has been so popular that we’re expanding the number of groups and allowing groups of 4-6 to register, to accommodate more shooters. But we still expect it to ﬁll up quickly, so sign up soon! If you’ve misplaced your form, you can download it HERE.
RAB’s 5 Stand League
As a lead up to the Sporting Clay Shoot this year, we’re running a 5 Stand League this summer! This event is open to RAB members, their spouses, and/or children 12 years or older who have passed hunter safety. You can sign up for as many or as few dates as you want! Participating in the league is not required to participate in the September 6th Sporting Clay Shoot, but if you love to shoot, we encourage you to participate in both! The League will be held at the Gamehaven Boy Scout Camp located at 5015 Simpson Rd SE Rochester, MN 55904. At the camp, follow the 5 Stand sign arrow at beginning of the parking lot, go past ofﬁce on gravel road, follow second 5 Stand sign arrow. Gravel road ends at Shotgun range. Dates: Wednesday, August 1st, 6pm – 8:30pm Saturday, August 4th, 10am – 1:30pm Wednesday, August 15th, 6pm – 8:30pm Saturday, August 18th, 10am – 1:30pm Wednesday, August 29th, 6pm – 8:30 pm Saturday, September 1st, 10am – 1:30pm
Cost: $15/shooter per shoot (this includes 25 shells and 25 targets and a couple of bucks for the Scouts) Cash or check made out to: Gamehaven Council Boy Scouts of America
We are limited to about 25 shooters at this point per date/shoot, so sign up early! Just email RAB@rochesterareabuilders.com with the date or dates you want to shoot, name and shotgun gauge of each shooter. League results will be announced at the RAB Sporting Clay Shoot on Thursday, September 6th
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Get your plan copies here: black &
The Builders Exchange of Rochester now offers color line-drawings as well as black-and-white. Members can now get color line-drawings for only $5.00. The following is per sheet pricing for requests in a single order. 1 to 49 sheets 50 to 99 sheets 100 and up
$2.00 B/W $1.75 B/W $1.50 B/W
$5.00 Color $4.50 Color $4.00 Color
To print on 28# or Tyvek paper, the cost doubles.
Cost of aerial photos or renderings (full color) will be: 30x42 = $39.00 36x24 = $29.00 17x11 = $10.00
Scanning can be done for $2.00 per page. We can enlarge or shrink. We can print from a CD or ﬂash drive. We can download for you and print out ﬁles. We can provide a CD of a project for $25.00 ($10.00 for specs and $15.00 for drawings).
TOP 10 BER’s Current Top 10 Projects (as of July 24th) Project ID
Olmsted County / Regional Public Safety Training Center 8/14/2012
Shady Oaks High-Rise Section 504 Upgrades
Energy Park Well House & Booster Station
Wal-Mart #983 Facelift
Rochester Trail Bridge at CSAH 4
Worthington Event Center - Bid Pack 2
Trunk Watermain - Pinewood Summit Subd & 28th St SE 8/14/2012
Steeple Center - School Demo and Entry Upgrade
Riverview Towers Rehab/Renov
Arcadia Motors Watermain Relocation
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BAM Update: What We’re Doing For You: CWGQ Insurance TBG Insurance Gov. Relations Legal Action Education Online Forums Action Center Energy Payback Visit www.bamn.org and log-in to the Members Only site for more information on these BAM initiatives!
ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA
T: 651.646.7959 T: 800.654.7783 W: www.bamn.org
Executive Committee President Keith Kylmala Builder VP Rick Kot Associate VP Terry Curtis President Elect Chad Kompelein Treasurer Mike Paradise Secretary KC Chermak Past President Todd Bjerstedt NAHB Representative Mike Gohman
������������������������������������ Every member of the Minnesota legislature is up for election this fall. The House and Senate have been controlled by the Republicans the past few years, but the new redistricting lines could upset the leadership balance. Additionally, Governor Mark Dayton has proven to be insensitive to the cost of housing in Minnesota by vetoing legislation to reduce the cost of housing for all Minnesotans, twice. For these reasons, the Builders Association of Minnesota has created the Building MN Homes – Building MN Jobs 2012 Election Fund as a way to work together to ensure we elect candidates that support our industry. It is imperative that the members of BAM work to make sure we have a voice in the 2013 legislative session as we continue our work on issues like building codes, workers compensation and licensing. BAM is seeking a group of 50 members to step up and lead the effort and commit $500 from their business to support this effort. 50 member companies at $500 each, with the goal of $25,000 in 50 days. Each day starting June 18 and ending August 24 BAM will announce a new contributor to the Building MN Homes – Building MN Jobs 2012 Election Fund stepping up to the plate for this political effort. The Building MN Homes – Building MN Jobs fund is a soft money PAC (political action committee) to support candidates running for the Minnesota legislature in the fall 2012 election. Funds raised by BAM members will be used to support candidates that support the residential construction industry. Where will the money go? Funds will be spent on advertising (print and/or radio) depending on the legislative district we target. Who decides? YOU! Decisions on who to support or defeat will be based on your relationships with members of the legislature and their connection to your local association as well as your incumbent legislators’ voting record on BAM’s key issues. Members on the BAM Government Relations Committee along with political staff will assist in allocating dollars. If the committee is interested in backing a candidate in your local association, BAM will organize the meeting with the candidate and association members. BAM staff will attend meetings as requested and will seek your recommendations to invest. To learn more visit: bamn.org/events and click on Building MN Homes – Building MN Jobs. To donate: Download the form, print and fill out and mail to BAM, 525 Park Street, Suite 150, Saint Paul, MN 55103. Now is the time to act together to support candidates who support the building industry! 50 member companies - $500 each - 50 days. Get excited!
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What We’re ��������������������������������� Doing For You: CWGQ Insurance TBG Insurance Gov. Relations Legal Action Education Online Forums Action Center Energy Payback Visit www.bamn.org and log-in to the Members Only site for more information on these BAM initiatives!
MN Builder is BAM’s blog providing up to date news on the housing industry in Minnesota. Information found on the blog include hot topics such as the new Independent Contractor Rule in effect as of July 1, 2012, the court ruling on the lawsuit filed by NAHB regarding the EPA’s removal of the opt-out provision in its lead rule, and the facts about the rumored 3.8% sales tax on homes. To have MN Builder delivered to you visit bamn.org/mnbuilderblog and scroll to the bottom of the page. Enter your email address and a confirmation will be sent to you. Be sure to click the confirmation link and you’re all set; it’s that easy!
Independent Contractor Rule in Effect as of July 1, 2012 [Government Relations Section] Starting July 1, 2012 the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) will be phasing in a new two-year pilot program registration system that replaces the ICEC and 2% withholding requirements. The pilot program requires construction contractors, including independent contractors and business entities, to register with DLI by September 15, 2012.
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Executive Committee President Keith Kylmala Builder VP Rick Kot Associate VP Terry Curtis President Elect Chad Kompelein Treasurer Mike Paradise Secretary KC Chermak Past President Todd Bjerstedt NAHB Representative Mike Gohman
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Exempted from this registration are those who are already licensed, certified, or registered with DLI, or those who are employees of a company already licensed, certified, or registered. No fee will be charged for initial registration. For More Visit: http://bamn.org/mnbuilderblog/category/gove rnment-relations/ EPA’s Removal of Lead Rule Opt-Out Provision Upheld by U.S. Court of Appeals [NAHB Section] The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled June 22, 2012 that the decision by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to remove the “opt-out” provision from its lead rule is legal. The EPA included the opt-out provision in the original 2008 Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting Program Rule (LRRP Rule), but agreed in 2010 to remove the provision to resolve a legal challenge against the rule. The removal of the optout provision more than doubled the number of homes subject to the LRRP Rule. According to NAHB, “The agency estimates that this will add
more than $500 million per year to the cost of the regulation.” A coalition of industry trade groups led by NAHB filed a petition for review in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals challenging the removal of the opt-out. The court issued its decision in favor of the EPA, finding that federal agencies may change existing regulations so long as the amended rule is allowed by the statute and the agency acknowledges the change in course. With regard to the opt-out, NAHB states, “The court ruled that since the EPA was not obligated to include an opt-out provision in the LRRP Rule, it could remove the provision without offering new information to justify its removal.” For More Visit: http://bamn.org/mnbuilderblog/nahb Facts on Rumored 3.8% Sales Tax on Homes [NAHB Section] NAHB has been tracking a set of emails that falsely claim that the 2010 health care reform legislation imposed a 3.8% sales tax or transfer fee on all home sales in 2013. NAHB states the 3.8% tax is not in any way a sales tax paid against the sales price of the home for either the home seller or home buyer. Nor is it an additional business income tax for home builders selling a new home out of inventory. According to NAHB, there is an element of fact underlying the rumor, but for the most part the claim is false. Read the facts about the sales fax at bamn.org/mnbuilderblog/category/nahb/
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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT NEWS Contributed by: Megan Duffey, Storm Water Educator, Rochester Public Works Department Rochester Public Works Department, 201 4th Street SE, Room 108, Rochester, MN 55904, 507-328-2440
A Proactive Approach to the Reduction of Nutrient Pollution Nitrogen and phosphorus pollution (aka “nutrient pollution”) threatens waters used for drinking, ﬁshing, swimming, and other recreational purposes. It can hurt the tourism industry, decimate people’s home and property values, and cause illness. –Environmental Protection Agency1 Regardless of the distance between your construction site and a waterway, your actions impact water quality. Using best management practices during the construction phase will lessen your impact today, while planning for the future will lessen the potential for nutrient pollution from the property in the years to come. Nutrient pollution is one of America’s most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems.2 Even though nitrogen and phosphorus are essential to life, when they are present in the air and water in great amounts they become toxic. 30 percent of streams and almost 20 percent of lakes across the country have high levels of nitrogen or phosphorus.3 The impacts of excess nutrients include: ﬁsh kills and algal blooms, human health problems including swimmers ear and diarrhea, and losses close to $1 billion each year to the US tourism industry.4 The primary sources of nutrient pollution are fertilizer on the landscape, animal waste, car emissions, failing septic tanks, and untreated storm water runoff. The good news is that choices can be made to reduce nutrient pollution, even during development and construction. The following actions will minimize the runoff of nutrients from the property, both at present and years into the future: 1. Erosion and sediment control measures will prevent sediments and any attached nutrients from being washed to the nearest waterway in a rain event. 2. Vegetation encourages rainwater to soak into the ground rather than runoff. Planting long-rooted native plants, shrubs and trees will help prevent pollution while beautifying the landscape and providing food and habitat for wildlife. 3. For clients that prefer a grassy landscape, encourage the planting of native fescues. Not only do these grasses look like a traditional yard, they save your clients time and money as they are drought resistant, rarely need fertilization, and require less maintenance than common turf grasses. 4. Local soils are naturally high in phosphorus. Test soils before fertilizing to prevent adding unnecessary nutrients to the landscape. Also, follow the instructions on the product to avoid over application of the product. 5. Pervious pavers and pavement allow water to soak into the ground are a great option for walkways and low trafﬁc areas. 6. Consider adding best management practices to capture and treat storm water runoff on-site. Options include: raingardens, rain barrels, grassy swales, and buffer strips.
Actions to prevent excess nitrogen and phosphorus from being released into the landscape will have far reaching beneﬁts for the environment and human health and happiness. (Footnotes) 1,4 Community Outreach Toolkit: Supporting the Reduction of Nutrient Pollution in the Missisippi-Atchafalaya River Basin. March 2012. EPA-840-B-12-001 2,3 The Facts about Nutrient Pollution. May 2012. EPA-840-F12-003
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by Tony Lehrman, Government Affairs Director
Permits – There were 29 single family permits pulled in April 2012, with a total of 87 for the year, as compared to 74 through the same time period in 2011. Permits – There were 32 single family permits pulled in June 2012, with a total of 138 for the year, as compared to 94 through the same time period in 2011. Boulevard Tree Ordinance – RAB staff has received a memo from the Parks Department outlining potential options for boulevard tree planting in relation to new commercial signage. Staff and members that have reviewed the information agree that discussions are on the right track. The compiled information will soon be sent to the City Council for their consideration. Historic Preservation Ordinance – A proposed historic preservation ordinance was presented to the Rochester City Council at a Committee of the Whole meeting on July 16th for discussion. The RAB Government Affairs Committee met with several proponents in the early stages of the ordinance discussions. The Government Affairs Committee and Board were supportive of historic preservation, but felt that the ordinance in its current form would complicate the permitting process and restrict the rights of property owners. The City Council ultimately moved the issue forward to a public hearing but in the mean time requested that all groups reconvene to further discuss the ordinance and see if a compromise can be reached.
BAM Wins Lawsuit, Upholds State Building Code From BAM News Update – A decision was issued on July 23rd by the Minnesota Court of Appeals, in favor of the Builders Association of Minnesota (BAM), with a huge impact on residential construction in Minnesota. Without this ruling, any municipality in Minnesota would have been able to create a policy and use it to override the state building code; diluting the power of the code. BAM ﬁled suit against the City of Saint Paul in response to their egress window policy which exceeded the State Building Code. The case dates back to November 22, 2010 when BAM sent a cease and desist letter to the City of St. Paul. BAM ﬁled suit when the City of St. Paul did not respond. BAM lost in District Court, brought the case to the Court of Appeals, and ruled in favor of BAM the week of July 23rd. Read the Star Tribune story HERE
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Builders Tell Congress Inefﬁcient Regulations Harm Housing, the Economy From NAHB’s Washington Update – NAHB Chairman
Barry Rutenberg told Congress this week that an unwieldy federal regulatory process is hampering the housing and economic recovery. Testifying on July 19 before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Rutenberg said that “housing serves as a great example of an industry that would beneﬁt from smarter and more sensible regulation.” For example, the Dodd-Frank Act required signiﬁcant changes to mortgage lending practices, including an “ability to pay” provision that requires lenders to establish that home buyers have a reasonable chance of paying back the loan at the time that a mortgage is written. The law states that certain high-quality, low-cost loans known as qualiﬁed mortgages (QM) are presumed to meet this standard. The new QM standard, which is currently being developed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will deﬁne the mortgage market for years to come, Rutenberg said. For that reason, NAHB supports regulatory changes aimed at more rational lending practices, greater lender accountability and improved borrower safeguards. “However, it is critical that such reforms are implemented in a manner that causes minimum disruption to the mortgage lending process,” he cautioned. “New reforms should not limit consumer ﬁnancing options, increase the cost of ﬁnancing or reduce the availability of mortgage credit.” Overly restrictive rules for the forthcoming QM standard will prevent creditworthy borrowers from entering the housing market even as owning a home remains an essential part of the American dream, added Rutenberg. Another key factor in housing’s current depressed state has been an ongoing lack of acquisition, development and construction lending. “Our members are caught in an ‘argument’ between banks and federal regulators, who take turns pointing ﬁngers at one another when we try to determine who is to blame for the serious lack of lending to the construction sector,” said Rutenberg. Regardless of who is at fault, with many housing markets now showing signs of recovery, Rutenberg said it is essential that Congress works with regulators and ﬁnancial institutions to encourage banks to provide sound construction loans so that builders can construct viable home building projects in communities across the land that want and need them. “Restoring the ﬂow of credit to home builders will not only help to put America back to work, it will help provide badly needed tax revenues that local governments need to fund schools, police, ﬁreﬁghters and other public services,” said Rutenberg. Meanwhile, changes to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule have constrained small businesses in the home building and remodeling industry. The ﬁnal rule, which went into effect on April 22, 2010, requires renovation work that disturbs more than six square feet in a home built before 1978 to follow new lead-safe work practices supervised by an EPA-certiﬁed renovator and performed by an EPA-certiﬁed renovation ﬁrm. “Poor development and implementation by the EPA has resulted in excessive compliance costs and has hindered both job growth and energy efﬁciency upgrades,” said Rutenberg. In 2010, the EPA removed the “opt-out” provision in the RRP rule that allowed remodelers working in a home built prior to 1978 to forego more expensive work practices according to the owner’s wish if no children under the age of six or pregnant women were living in the home. By removing the opt-out provision, the EPA more than doubled the number of homes subject to the RRP, and the agency has estimated this will add more than $500 million in compliance costs to the remodeling community in the ﬁrst year alone, without making young children any safer. Moreover, the EPA has not approved reliable lead testing kits, and in many cases consumers are needlessly paying additional costs for work practices that are unnecessary, he added.
For More Information,Visit: National Association of Home Builders: www.nahb.com Builders Association of Minnesota: www.bamn.org
Committee Chairpersons AMBASSADORS Mary Seehusen, Edina Realty Home Services AWARDS Mike Larson, Knutson Construction Services BUILDING MAINTENANCE Justin Voss, Viking Automatic Sprinkler Co. BUILDING SAFETY ADVISORY Scott Fenske, Weis Builders, Inc.. COMMUNITY RELATIONS Terry Meyer, Construction Partnership DISPUTE RESOLUTION Steve Murphy, Tonna Mechanical, Inc. EDUCATION Kathy Einck, Maplewood Homes, LLC EXECUTIVE Jennifer Maass, Kitchen Concepts & Creative Living FINANCE Tony Joseph, Pompeii Painting, Inc. GOLF OUTING Tracy Nielsen, Women Communications, LLC GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Dave Pederson, Wendland Utz GREEN BUILDING Curt Shellum, Solar Connection, Inc. HOME SHOW – 2013 Christy Buchan, Energy Products & Design, Inc. MARKETING Tom Walsky, Habitat ReStore MEMBERSHIP & RETENTION Bob Vogt, Olmsted County Journal NOMINATING Jennifer Maass, Kitchen Concepts & Creative Living PERSONNEL Patty Hanson, Rochester Public Utilities PROGRAM Barb Brown, PrimeLending PUBLIC WORKS ADVISORY NONE SHOWCASE OF HOMES Cari Humphrey, Countryside Builders, LLC SPIKE CLUB Mike Larson, Knutson Construction Services SPORTING CLAYS Art Friedrich, Friedrich Construction, Inc.
BER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mike Benike, Alvin E. Benike, Inc.
EDUCATION COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON: Derrick Hanson, United Products Corporation This committee is currently meeting to plan our education seminars for this winter. The coming cycle of classes will be held in January, and February. If you have any suggestions for presentations or speakers, please call the ofﬁce and talk to Rebekah. NOMINATING COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON: Jennifer Maass, Kitchen Concepts The Nominating Committee has had their ﬁrst meeting to discuss nominations for the 2013 Board of Directors, as well as chairpersons for our many committees and councils. If you would like to recommend a member for a position, or if you would like to recommend yourself, please call John at the ofﬁce 282-7698! PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON: Tom Thomason, PrimeLending Have you marked your calendar for the Christmas Party? It will be held on Friday, December 7th at the Double Tree! SHOWCASE COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON: Cari Humphrey, Countryside Builders, LLC The Fall Showcase of Homes is scheduled for September 14th & 21st from 4PM to 7PM, and September 15th, 16th, 22nd, & 23rd from 12N to 5PM. The Showcase is a wonderful opportunity to have your home seen by thousands of potential customers. The ﬁnal deadline is August 9th. Call Sharill at the ofﬁce if you need a packet of registration information.
CBC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Rob Jones, Superior Mechanical DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Josh Johnson, Widseth Smith Nolting REMODELERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Alex Nahvi, Ferguson Enterprises GARAGE SALE Carl Fugleberg, Prime Time Painting of Rochester, LLC MARKETING Chris Ramsey, K&S Heating, A/C, Plumbing & Electrical REMODELERS TOUR Bob Rohweder, Warners’ Stellian Appliance Co., Inc. REMODEL IT RIGHT DISPLAY Jerry Jensen, HiMec at Home
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2012 Year Long Membership Drive Recruit 10 Members .............Win an iPad Recruit 6 Members .......Win an iPod Touch Recruit 3 Members ..Win a Wii Game Console Prizes will be awarded at the January 2013 GMM. Sponsorâ€™s name must be on application when submitted in order to qualify for prizes.
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2012 Remodelers Council 21 Builders - 62 Associates Furnishings * Walt Pappas Construction Pella Windows & Doors Pine One Hour Heating Premier Bank Rochester Prime Time Painting of Rochester, LLC ProBuild Company, LLC Quality Overhead Door Company, Inc. * Radcliffe Homes & Remodeling * Reynolds Design & Construction * Ryan Windows & Siding, Inc. * Seavey Builders, Inc. * Dan Severson Builders, Inc. Struve’s Paint Superior Mechanical Synergy Products Tile Superstore & More TLC Surfaces Tonna Mechanical, Inc. Top Shop of Rochester, Inc. United Products Corporation Warners’ Stellian Appliance Co., Inc. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Winkels Electric, Inc.
*Builder As of 6/5/12
a division of rochester area builders, inc.
August MEETING REMODELERS
ABC Supply Company * Accessibility Solutions ABC Supply Company, Inc. * Accessibility Solutions * Advanced Builders, LLC afm Countertops, Inc. * Alexander & Sons Builders Andersen Windows, Inc. Appliance Village Company * Barrier Free Access, Inc. * Scott Berberich Construction, LLC Beyond Kitchens, LLC * Brandrup Builders Brauer Rooﬁng, Inc. * Bricewood, LLC Bright Ideas Cambria Carpet One Cornerstone Designs, Inc. Creative Hardwood Floors Culligan of Rochester & Kasson Curtin Drywall, Inc. Custom Alarm/Custom Communications, Inc. Design Studio B * DeWitz Home Builders, Inc. * DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen * Eckert Construction, Inc. * Elias Construction, LLC Energy Products & Design, Inc. Expert Insulation, Inc. Ferguson Enterprises First Supply Rochester Gander Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Goodin Company Haley Comfort Systems, Inc. Heim Drywall, Inc. Heim Construction Services Hentges Glass Company Hiller’s Flooring America HiMec at Home Home Federal Savings Bank Home Improvement Professionals, Inc. Innovative Surfaces, Inc. * Integrity Custom Homes, Inc. * Michael Jack, LLC * JP’s Construction Remodeling & Repair, Inc. K&S Heating, A/C, Plumbing & Electrical King’s Flooring, LLC Kitchen Concepts & Creative Living Kreofsky Building Supplies Kruger Electric, Inc. Kruse Lumber Larsen Industries, Inc. Larson Siding & Windows mark!t Marvin Windows & Doors * Master Builders, Inc. Merit Contracting, Inc. Midwest Leaf Guard of Rochester, Inc. Larry Newman Drywall North Central States Regional Council Northern Lights &
Date: Time: Place:
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 12:00 Noon
Showroom Visit & Networking
K&S Heating, A/C, Plumbing & Electrical 4205 Hwy 14 W a division of rochester area builders, inc.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairperson: Alex Nahvi, Ferguson Enterprises Vice Chairperson: Chris Ramsey, K&S Heating, A/C, Plumbing & Electrical Past Chairperson: Diane Quinn, Beyond Kitchens, LLC Members-at-Large: Danny Bendix, Pella Windows Carl Fugleberg, Prime Time Painting of Rochester, LLC Jerry Jensen, HiMEC at Home Sam Peyton, Cambria REMODELERS TOUR Don’t forget that the FINAL deadline for entering your project in the Remodelers Tour is August 9th! The Tour will be held on September 15th & 16th in conjunction with the Fall Showcase of Homes. It is a wonderful way to showcase your remodeling project whether it is a room addition, a bath or kitchen update, or a whole house remodel. If you need entry forms and other information, please contact Rebekah at the RAB ofﬁce and we will provide you with the forms.
GARAGE SALE Saturday, August 11th
GARAGE SALE The Annual Garage Sale is right around the corner SATURDAY, August 11th – HEL BEGINNING ATP8:00 A.M. RAB Ofﬁce Parking Lot WAN Inqui re at
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We still could – either household items or construction related materials. You can drop them off at the RAB ofﬁce during business hours or call to either arrange to deliver them after hours or have a GARAGE committee member pick up your SALE items. Saturday, August 11th
We could use volunteers to help o n T h u r s d a y, August 9th for Marking Night HELP beginning at 5:00 WANTED 282-7 PM. It’s lots of fun 698 and we provide pizza as a reward for all your hard work! Inqui re at
We also need volunteers to help on the day of the sale – for set up from 6:00 – 8:00 AM, for helping the buyers from 8:00 AM – 12:00 Noon, and for clean up from 12:00 Noon – 1:00 PM. Please volunteer – just call Rebekah at the ofﬁce to participate. www.RochesterAreaBuilders.com July/August 2012 | 17
2011 Commercial Builders Council
106 Members as of 3/31/12 AB Systems, Inc. McGhie & Betts, Inc. Accord Electric, Inc. McGough Construction afm Countertops, Inc. MEC Construction Associated Bank MedCity Construction, LLC Alvin E. Benike, Inc. MEP Associates Ayars & Ayars, Inc. Merchants Bank Blue Book of Building & Merit Contracting Construction MN Energy Resources Boldt Company Minnwest Bank Nickelson Painting Braun Intertec Corporation Nietz Briese Iron Works, Inc. North Central States Brock White Company Regional Council C.O. Brown Agency Olmsted National Bank On Site Sanitation, Inc. Cambria Carpet One Palmer Soderberg, Inc. Peoples Cooperative Chosen Valley Testing Construction Services Pompeii Painting, Inc. Partnership, Inc. Prehn Building Sales County Materials Corporation Premier Bank Rochester CRW Architecture Pro Build Custom Alarm Reliable Contractors, Inc. Dunlap & Seeger Rochester Area Eastwood Bank Appraisals Rochester Area eci, LLC Elcor Construction Economic Energy Products & Development Design Rochester Public Expert Insulation, Inc. Utilities Ferguson Enterprises Rochester Ready Mix First Supply Rochester Rochester Sign Service Friedrich Construction, Rochester Title & Inc. Escrow Company Goodin Company RSC Equipment Haley Comfort Systems Ryan Electric of W.L. Hall Company Rochester, Inc. HGA Architects and Schoeppner, Inc. Engineers Schwab, LLC HDR Architecture Schwickert’s Heartman Insurance Stantec Hiller’s Flooring America Structural Design HiMec at Home Group, Inc. Home Federal Savings Superior Mechanical Bank Tamarack Materials of Home Improvement Rochester Professionals Think Mutual Bank Hunt Electric Tonna Mechanical, Inc. Corporation Total Fire Protection K&M Glass TSP Architects & K&S Heating, Air Engineers Conditioning United Rentals Kane & Johnson The Urban Studio Architects U.S. Bank Key Builders, Inc. Veolia Environmental Knutson Construction Service Komitt Concrete, Inc. Veit Disposal Systems Kreofsky Building Vertical Limit Supplies Construction Kruse Lumber Viking Automatic Kuntz Electric, Inc. Sprinkler Kwik Trip Viking Electric Supply Leitzen Concrete Weis Builders, Inc. Products Wells Fargo Bank Ed Lunn Construction Wendland Utz Marco Widseth, Smith, & Marvin Windows & Nolting Doors Yaggy Colby Associates Mavo Systems
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C OMMERCIAL C B UILDERS
a division of Rochester Area Builders, Inc.
August MEETING DATE: Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 TIME: Registration & Networking at 7:00 A.M.
Breakfast & Program at 7:30 A.M.
PLACE: Ramada Hotel & Conference Center PROGRAM: Update on the Permit and Development Redesign Task Force/ Sales Tax Extension SPEAKER: Jerry Williams, Task Force and Common Cents Chair
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairperson: Rob Jones, Superior Mechanical Vice Chairperson: Sue Hanson, Rochester Title & Escrow Company, Inc. Past Chairperson: David Kane, Kane & Johnson Architects, Inc. Members-at-Large: Shaun Knode, AB Systems, Inc. John Kuntz, Kuntz Electric, Inc. Brad Schoeppner, Schoeppner, Inc. Chris Stroud, Weis Builders, Inc. Chris Terry, Knutson Construction Services August Meeting Please plan to join us to hear an update about the task force the Rochester City Council appointed to look into what improvements can be made to the permit and development process. Jerry Williams, task force Chair and long time community leader, will discuss some of the implemented improvements and other’s still to come! He will then switch hats and discuss the Sales Tax Extension going before voters in November.
New Members The CBC welcomes the following new members: Century Painting & Decorating Pamela Schmidt 3031 Mayowood Common Cir SW Rochester, MN 55902 507-450-6135 Kwik Trip Wade DuMond 1626 Oak St LaCrosse, WI 54603 608-793-6406 Enventis Scott Bauserman 4041 28th St NW, Suite 200 Rochester, MN 55901 507-287-8559 Counselor Realty Arlene Schuman 3338 19th St NW, Suite 102 507-285-9400 Rochester, MN 55901
Rochester Building Permits New Residential Single Family Dwelling
Single Family Homes 2003 2004
Multi-Family Addition Multi-Family Alterations
New Commercial Assembly (Church)
Existing Commercial Addition
Interior Demolition Only
Other Phased Permits
*total may differ as permits may have been voided.
Year To Date Statistics 2012 VALUATION
Building Permits Issued to Date
Single Family Dwelling
Multi-Family Buildings Total Units: 0
Trade Permits Issued to Date
Electrical (Temp. Service)
Hydronic System Plumbing
Total Permits YTD
Information and downloads available at Rochester Building Safety Department’s Website: http://www.rochestermn.gov/departments/bldgsafety/reports/building/index.asp
Other Construction Business Signs Advertising Sign
Footings & Foundations
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Rochester Real Estate Monthly Housing Data
May/June 2012 Monthly Housing Data
New Listings Active Listings Year to Date Pending Listing Sold Listings Sold Listings Year to Date Median Sales Price (SOLD) SOLD Days on Market (DOM) Avg. Year to Date (DOM) Monthly Housing Data
New Listings Active Listings Year to Date Pending Listing Sold Listings Sold Listings Year to Date Median Sales Price (SOLD) SOLD Days on Market (DOM) Avg. Year to Date (DOM)
197 179 646
191 213 593
3.1% -16.0% 8.9%
177 253 927
151 216 809
17.2% 17.1% 14.6%
Information and downloads available at South East Minnesota Association of REALTORS’ Website: http://semnrealtors.org/general/stats_market-trends.html
Information Provided By:
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as of 5/31/12
Braun Intertec Corporation Hammer Homes, Inc. Steel Constructors, Inc.
2011 2011 2011
Two to Four Years
Wildwood Bar and Grill King’s Flooring, LLC Warners’ Stellian Appliance Co., Inc.
2010 2009 2008
Five to Nine Years
Komitt Concrete, Inc. Rochester International Event Center The Blue Book of Building & Construction McGough Construction Med City Builders of Rochester, LLC Schoeppner, Inc. Winona Agency Pahl & Kaye, Inc. Prime Time Painting of Rochester, LLC Al Barker Custom Homes, Inc. Excel Custom Homes of Rochester, Inc. R.J. Manemann Custom Homes DMC Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2003
Ten to 19 Years
Innovative Surfaces, Inc. Design Studio B Habitat for Humanity - Rochester Area SL Contracting, Inc.
2002 2001 2000 1998
20 to 24 Years
Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. Countryside Builders, LLC
25 Years & More
Thomas Tool & Supply Larson Siding & Windows Merit Contracting, Inc. Sargent’s Landscape Nursery, Inc. Heartman Insurance Alexander & Sons Builders Holt Title Guaranty Company, Inc.
1987 1986 1982 1977 1966 1962 1958
Membership Information Membership Renewals
as of 6/30/12
K.W. Billman, Inc. Lowe’s Home Improvement
Two to Four Years
Owner’s Plumbing, Inc. Reynolds Design and Construction Val-U-Blinds J&M Consulting, Inc. Turtle Creek Construction, Inc. Davies Printing Company
2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2008
Five to Nine Years
Green Lawncare Irrigation & Service Co. Hunt Electric Corporation Accessibility Solutions Anderson Construction Greg Wellik Construction Fairway Outdoor Advertising, LLC GDM Trailers, LLC Kenny Sylvester Construction, LLC
2007 2006 2005 2005 2004 2003 2003 2003
The ﬁrms listed below have applied for membership in the Rochester Area Builders. Any member who objects to admission of any applicant shall notify the RAB Board of Directors in writing of the objection before the next Board of Directors meeting
CITY OF CHATFIELD Chatfield, MN 55923 Contact: Mayor Don Hainlen Phone: 507-867-3810 Government Agency Contributory Member KRAUS-ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Rochester, MN Contact: Nick Leimer Phone: TBD General Contractor Builder Member Sponsored by: Mike Larson, Knutson Construction Services
MEMBERSHIPS PENDING: NONE
Ten to 19 Years
Stevens Heating, Inc. DeGeus Tile & Granite Ronningen Rooﬁng, Inc. Home Improvement Professionals, Inc. Cornerstone Designs of Rochester, Inc. Olmsted National Bank Brinkman Builders, LLC PC Applications Consultants, Inc. Bright Ideas Hirshﬁeld’s Decorating Center
2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996 1995 1995 1993 1993
20 to 24 Years
ABC Seamless of Rochester, Inc. Eastwood Bank Premier Bank Rochester Craig Swanson Builders, Inc.
1992 1991 1991 1989
25 Years & More
Commercial Leasing Services Ohly Law Ofﬁce Smith Schafer & Associates, Ltd. Kuehn Motor Company, Inc. Schumann Granahan Hesse & Wilson, Ltd.
1984 1982 1982 1981 1981
MEMBERSHIP TOTAL: 468 RETENTION RATE: 90.9% As of 6/30/12
WE WELCOME THE FOLLOWING NEW MEMBERS IN JULY: BRANNT VALLEY EXCAVATING, INC. 32588 Cty Rd 12 Winona, MN 55987 Contact: Bob Hemker Phone: 507-452-5090 Excavator Associate Member Sponsored by: Ryan Sorenson, C.O. Brown Agency
This Space Available Advertise in this space for just $100 an issue, or $450 a year (6 issues)
Call Ryan at 507-282-7698
This Space Available Advertise in this space for just $65 an issue, or $250 a year (6 issues) Call Ryan at 507-282-7698
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RAB Golf Outing
Thanks to Veolia for Sponsoring!
Congrats to Huey Helder and Brandon Vagt, who each scored a hole-inone at the outing! www.RochesterAreaBuilders.com 22 | July/August 2012
June Networking Night
Thanks to Beckley’s Ofﬁce Products for hosting!
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- Commercial builder Alvin E. Benike, Inc. is proud to announce 75 years of local business history. Founder Alvin Benike started his construction career in Rochester as a city building inspector. Unsatisfied with the quality of work of which he was inspecting, he decided to start his own commercial construction company to construct better buildings. Today, his company, and the Benike name, is synonymous with quality, integrity, and a commitment to customer satisfaction. - Knutson Construction was presented the 2012 Safety Excellence Award from the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Region 13. NAWICâ€™s Safety & Health Awareness Committee offers this award to recognize safety as a corporate value and commitment to companies who employ a current NAWIC Chapter member. Region 13 consists of chapters in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois. Sylvia Keller has been a Chapter #346 Southeast Minnesota member since 2007 and will be presiding as president in the fall.
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JUNE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING Thank you to Beckley’s Ofﬁce Products for hosting the June Summer Networking Night. They were represented by Greg Schliesman, Kevin Schliesman, and Jeff Hagge There were cold drinks, great food, good friends, and prizes – all the ingredients for a perfect evening! Thanks to Jeff for helping with all the details.
GIVE AWAY’S Victor Gammel, Hammer Homes won the free dinner at the Hubble House
Don’t miss the Remodelers Garage Sale! Saturday, August 11th 8 am – 12 am We’ll have building materials, and lots of other great surprises!
12:00pm-Gov’t Affairs Committee 3:00pm-Executive Committee
NEW MEMBERS ATTENDING THE MEETING Scott Bauserman with Enventis was at the June meeting, Welcome to the Association, Scott!
compliments of Laurel Schacht and the Post-Bulletin. Enjoy your dinner, Victor. Hampton Inn is donating a gift certiﬁcate for a free night’s stay each month. David Luoma, Gutter Topper was the lucky winner for June.
7:30am-Com. Builders Council (Ramada) 12:00pm-Showcase Committee 6:00pm-5 Stand League
7:30am-Nominating Committee 11:30am-Program Committee
12:00pm-Spike Club 3:30pm-BER Trustees
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11:30am Home Show Committee 1:00pm HS Playhouses Deadline to Reserve Same Home Show Booth
7:30am-RIR Display Committee 9:00am-Remodelers Marketing 12:00pm-Dev. Council (Ramada) 3:00pm-Board Meeting (RPU)
9:30am-Grow Rochester Board 12:00pm-Ambassadors 3:30pm-Personnel
11:30am-Sporting Clays Committee 3:30pm-Building Safety 5:00pm-Marking Night
7:30am-Membership 12:00pm-Marketing Committee
10:00am-5 Stand League
6:00pm-5 Stand League 7:30am-Energy Star for Homes, Ver. 3 (Cascade Meadows)
9:00am-Remod Tour 12:00pm-Education 5:00pm-General Memb. Meeting – SNN (Haley Comfort Systems)
Remodelers Council Garage Sale 8 am – 12 noon
7:30am-Green Bldg 12:00pm-Remodelers Council (K&S Heating) 11:30am Home Show Committee 1:00pm HS Playhouses
10:00am-5 Stand League
FSC & Rem Tour Final Deadline 13
7:30am-Awards Committee 11:30am-Community Relations Committee
6:00pm-5 Stand League
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Summer Supplement to the 2012 Directory
New Members All Star Basements 4401 Savannah Dr NW Rochester, MN 55901-3834 Main Contact: Rob Dunham 507-259-7776 Basement Waterprooﬁng
Batzel Builders, Inc. 2263 Scenic View Drive SW Rochester, MN 55902-2572 Main Contact: Dustin Batzel 507-273-0719 Builder Residential Brannt Valley Excavating, Inc. 32588 Cty Rd 12 Winona, MN 55987 Main Contact: Bob Hemker 507-452-5090 Excavator Century Painting & Decorating, LLC 3031 Mayowood Common Cir SW Rochester, MN 55902-4231 Main Contact: Pamela Schmidt 507-450-6135 Painting/Wall Covering City of Preston PO Box 657 Preston, MN 55965 Main Contact: Cathy Enerson 507-765-2153 Contributory Member City of Spring Valley 201 S Broadway Spring Valley, MN 55975 Cathy Enerson 507-346-7367 Contributory Member Closet Creations 1224 W Center St Rochester, MN 55902-0306 Main Contact: Chris Shanahan 507-533-5845 Builder Remodeler Custom Homes by Bradley, Inc. 3589 Jasper Ct NE Rochester, MN 55906-5433 Main Contact: Bradley Goeden 507-288-7180 Residential Builder The Design Connection 20960 636th St Dodge Center, MN 55927 Main Contact: Aaron Thompson 507-951-2273 Drafting/Design www.RochesterAreaBuilders.com 26 | July/August 2012
eci, llc 4410 19th St NW Rochester, MN 55901-6624 Main Contact: Jessica Lorentzen 507-285-0316 Engineer Enventis 4041 28th St NW, Ste 200 Rochester, MN 55901-7943 Main Contact: Scott Bauserman 507-287-8559 Communications/Alarms The Excelsior Group, LLC 11455 Viking Drive, Ste 350 Eden Prairie, MN 55344-7206 Main Contact: Timothy Brown 612-353-3305 Developer R. Fleming Construction, Inc. PO Box 7477 Rochester, MN 55903-7477 Main Contact: Bob Fleming 507-280-8847 Residential Builder Insul-Seal Home Insulation 2059 14th St SE Rochester, MN 55904-5761 Main Contact: Cameron Kvittem 507-281-1160 Insulation Contractor J.B. O’Meara Company 12301 DuPont Ave S Burnsville, MN 55337-1602 Main Contact: Harry Danielson 952-882-2410 Supplier Building Materials Lumber Liquidators 5139 Hwy 52 N Rochester, MN 55901 Main Contact: Chad Ziebell 507-216-0978 Floor Coverings/Ceramic Tile Netherton Construction, Inc. 315 Elton Hills Dr NW, Ste. 101 Rochester, MN 55901-2988 Main Contact: John Netherton 507-289-0353 Builder Remodeler Pegram & Dexter Construction & Design
(formerly known as Clear Choice Windows)
1712 3rd Ave SE Rochester, MN 55904-7601 Main Contact: Desirae Dexter 507-280-2444 Window Sales/Installation
Priority Claims Service 206 Broadway Avenue North Rochester, MN 55906 Main Contact: Scott Ohm 507-289-3275
Pro Image Promotions & Apparel 1983 North Broadway Rochester, MN 55906-4010 Main Contact: Steve Prigge 507-280-1919 Promotional/Specialty Products Vector Windows 1020 International Dr Fergus Falls, MN 56537-4302 Main Contact: Marc Mumm 320-429-0713 Window Manufacturer Vollara Global/DPS 911 Roberta Circle Goodhue, MN 55027-9150 Main Contact: Leia Ryan 651-380-1761 Environmental Weather Shield Rooﬁng, LLC 6710 W River Rd NW Rochester, MN 55901-8886 Main Contact: Justin Steck 507-261-8033 Rooﬁng Contractor Zumbro Haven, LLC 12492 3rd Ave NW Oronoco, MN 55960-1439 Main Contact: Jay Hodge 507-254-3219 Developer Dropped Members A Cut Above Builders, Inc. A & F Consulting Group, Inc. Above All Rooﬁng of Rochester Alberts Enterprises, Inc. Aspen Enterprises of Rochester, Inc. Pat Bigelow Painting Boe Electric, Inc. Dostal Electric, Inc. Ecowater Systems of SE MN 1st Class Plumbing & Heating G-Cubed Homes, Inc. Grifﬁn Construction Company Labrador Construction Marco, Inc. McNamara Construction, Inc. New Horizon Services, Inc. Northern Stone & Landscapes Pepin Valley Builders, LLC Doug Peterson Construction Rochester Golf & Country Club Salem Corners Services Fred Schmidt Developer Service Pros Plumbing & Heating Stonybrook of Rochester, Inc. Throndson Oil & LP Gas Company Total Fire Protection Bob Vogt Marketing, LLC Window World of Rochester
Address Changes Mike Allen Homes, LLC 604 5th Ave NE Kasson, MN 55944-1539 Bright Ideas 4320 West Frontage Rd NW Rochester, MN 55901 E & M Consulting, Inc. 1107 Hazeltine Blvd., Ste. 350 Chaska, MN 55318-1035 Energy Panel Structures 516 Woodley Street E Northﬁeld, MN 55057 Grifﬁn Construction Company, LLP 14070 Highway 52 SE Chatﬁeld, MN 55923-3440 Haley Comfort Systems/FireSide by Haley 4320 W Frontage Road NW Rochester, MN 55901 Heartman Insurance 1635 Greenview Dr SW Rochester, MN 55902 Home Federal Savings Bank 1016 Civic Center Dr NW Rochester, MN 55901 Home Improvement Professionals 714 County Rd 3 Byron, MN 55920 Integrity Custom Homes, Inc. PO Box 772 Byron, MN 55920-0772 J & M Consulting (formerly known as MedCity Construction, LLC) 432 Lakewood Lane NW Rochester, MN 55901 Ed Lunn Construction, Inc. 901 2nd Ave SW Stewartville, MN 55976-8287 Majestic Homes, Inc. 4089 Stone Point Drive NE Rochester, MN 55906
People’s Energy Cooperative 1775 Lake Shady Ave. S Oronoco, MN 55960 Reynolds Design & Construction 105 21st St SE Rochester, MN 55904 Rock Solid Retaining Walls 13345 Postier Dr NW Oronoco, MN 55960-2142 Stier Construction, Inc. 71996 State Highway 16 Grand Meadow, MN 55936-8112 Synergy Products 905 9th St NE Rochester, MN 55906-4464 TDS Metrocom 3460 Washington Drive, Ste. 109 Eagan, MN 55122-4301
Hampton Inn of Rochester Jim Sele Meier Realty Paul Meier North Central States Regional Council Jennifer Groski Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce Julie Fiesel ProBuild Company, LLC Daniel Swanson Schwab, LLC Michael Hansen Company Name Changes Chris Fritsch Construction, LLC is now Chris Fritsch Custom Homes, LLC
TLC Surfaces 714 County Rd 3 Byron, MN 55920
Other Changes Ed Lunn Construction, Inc. New phone number 507-533-6565
Wells Fargo Bank 21 1st St SW, Ste. 1 Rochester, MN 55902-3007
Owner’s Plumbing, Inc. New phone number 507-529-1000
Rick Yerhot Builder 2083 Starburst Dr SW Rochester, MN 55902-4180
Superior Mechanical Jim Gander’s new email address is email@example.com
Contact Changes ABC Supply Company, Inc. Scott Getschmann
Thompson’s Garage Door and Openers Jim Thompson’s new email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Advantage Cabinets, Inc. Scott Kubicek
Please Note the above changes in your 2012 RAB Directory. Thank You!
American Engineering Testing, Inc. Kyle Shubert Ayars & Ayars, Inc. Cathy Galland Cambria Mary Kaus Coordinated Business Systems, Ltd. David Stoner
Master Builders, Inc. 275 37th St NE, Suite 100 Rochester, MN 55906
Countryside Builders of Minnesota, LLC Tammy Sternberg
Olmsted County Lumber Mart 714 County Rd 3 Byron, MN 55920
DoubleTree by Hilton – Mayo Clinic Area Chad Koehler
Pella Windows & Doors 2014 2nd St SW, Ste. A Rochester, MN 55902
E & M Consulting, Inc. Justin Olson
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