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SUMMER 2021

BUILDERS OVERVIEW

GETTING SERIOUS ABOUT WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT You‘ll see a common theme in this issue of the Builders Overview. SHBA and our members have been advocating for the return of trades being taught in schools for what seems like decades at this point. Our members are making it happen with new outreach programs. Permanent residential construction curriculum is even being added to local schools next year. It‘s all happening because of YOU. We can‘t wait to see the fruits of your labor as new generations of students find careers in the construction trades.

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KEEPING OUR FOOT ON THE GAS Joel White, Executive Officer

LAND, LABOR & LUMBER –

06 HOW SHBA IS ADVOCATING ON YOUR BEHALF Scott Milionis, 2021 SHBA Board President

“SPOKANE CLEANER ENERGY PROTECTION ACT”

08 WILL KEEP NATURAL GAS IN HOMES Isaiah Paine, Government Affairs Director

GUEST ARTICLE: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ELECTRONIC

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James C. Moore III, CBO, CFM, Director of Building and Code Enforcement, Spokane County Building and Planning

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A PIPELINE FOR THE FUTURE

Jennifer Thomas, Membership Services Director

Deacon Band, Education Committee Director


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2021 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Scott Milionis, Milionis Custom Homes...................................509-998-0299 1ST VICE PRESIDENT Corey Condron, Condron Homes ...............................................509-325-4865 2ND VICE PRESIDENT Nick Gilliland, Blasingame Insurance ........................................509-891-1000 TREASURER Brad Stevens, Washington Trust Bank......................................509-358-3724 SECRETARY Sharla Jones, Greenstone..............................................................509-525-7507 PAST PRESIDENT Ben McGerty, Hayden Homes .....................................................509-435-4761 BUILDER DIRECTOR Fred Anderson, Compass Construction ...................................509-532-0055 BUILDER DIRECTOR Nick Barnes, Construction Services ..........................................509-777-0008 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Tim Borg, Builders FirstSource ...................................................509-924-2420 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Chris Dixon, Gold Seal Mechanical ............................................509-535-5944 MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE DIRECTOR Crystal Bodeau, First Intersate Bank . ......................................509-448-7770 REMODELERS COUNCIL BUILDER DIRECTOR Jeff Miller, Ferguson Enterprises ................................................509-534-6500 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE DIRECTOR Jim Warner, Solid Structures .......................................................509-414-0006 EDUCATION COMMITTEE DIRECTOR Deacon Band, Band Construction ..............................................509-216-5384 COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE DIRECTOR Josh Terris, Band Construction ...................................................509-216-5384 ASSOCIATE ADVISORY COMMITTEE DIRECTOR Sharla Jones, Greenstone..............................................................509-525-7507 SHBA PAC DIRECTOR Corey Condron, Condron Homes ...............................................509-325-4865 SHBA NEXT COUNCIL DIRECTOR Jessie Zundel, Parr Lumber ..........................................................509-927-7277 GRANT COUNTY CHAPTER PRESIDENT Dustin Swartz, J&M Electric, Inc. ................................................509-765-8614 NAHB DELEGATE Nick Scheel, Untamed Construction. ........................................509-822-6732

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KEEPING OUR FOOT ON THE GAS In the last edition of the Builders Overview, I talked about a number of great initiatives we had on tap in the next three months. I’m proud to let you know that these programs and events were a huge success and delivered results that were way above my expectations. In fact, we submitted four of our programs for NAHB “Association Excellence Awards,” and were recently notified that we will be recognized as the winner in each category at a national conference later this summer. We won the awards for our Co-Op TV Branding campaign that featured a number of our local builders, the House 2 Home online video program featuring our members, our virtual political candidate training school, and our efforts to educate our community on the State Legislature’s adoption of costly energy codes. I want you to know that we haven’t taken our foot of the gas and we are continuing to push on issues that matter to our members. We are aggressively challenging the majority of the Spokane City Council that has consistently failed to address, or even acknowledge the existence of the current housing crisis in our community. The Council recently denied two multi-family housing proposals that would have provided hundreds of

housing units that are desperately needed in our community. We have called out the City’s failures in the media with the strength of third-party housing data showing their lack of action is impacting local citizens who are struggling to find attainable housing for their families. We have also tracked the actions of the City’s “Sustainability Action Subcommittee” that proposed eliminating natural gas in all new home construction. Doing so would increase home prices in our region and push more families out of the ability to purchase homes. Also, eliminating natural gas takes away a valuable heating source in the case of emergency events, such as a power outage. Spokane recently experienced a wind storm that left neighborhoods without electricity for several days. To ensure this does not move forward, we have spearheaded a push to change the Charter of the continued on page 5

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SHBA STAFF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Joel White............................... jwhite@shba.com MEMBERSHIP SERVICES DIRECTOR Jennifer Thomas................ jthomas@shba.com GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS DIRECTOR Isaiah Paine........................... isaiahp@shba.com OFFICE MANAGER Beth Hanson...................... bhanson@shba.com MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR Kelsey Quick.......................... kquick@shba.com GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR Josh Fletcher.....................jfletcher@shba.com MARKETING & EVENTS COORDINATOR Jessie Madison.................jmadison@shba.com

PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS WITH SHBA The SHBA provides many opportunties for advertisement of your business. There is ad space available on shba.com, in our quarterly printed newsletter (Builders Overview), and in our weekly digital newsletter (Builders News Brief). There are still sponsorships available for our 2021 events as well. Interested in advertising with us? Contact Jessie Madison at jmadison@shba.com. Interested in sponsoring an event? Contact Joel White at jwhite@shba.com or Jennifer Thomas at jthomas@shba.com.

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City of Spokane through a citizen initiative in this fall’s election. When passed, the initiative will remove the City’s ability to take action against natural gas. While this fight is extremely important to our members, I’m even more excited about our recent two-day workforce event that was held at Mead High School. We have a great committee that began working to build a partnership with the Mead School District prior to COVID. We were not able to move forward last year but our volunteers were persistent and secured the building materials, cash donations and volunteers to make the event happen. The district advertised the event and 16 junior and seniors participated along with member volunteers to build two storage sheds over two days. Students jumped in and worked alongside industry professionals to learn building skills in a safe work environment. It was a great experience for the professionals as they were able to share their skills with the enthusiastic youth and even offered employment to a handful of them. All of the participants got a great deal out of the event and the Mead school district would like us to come back in the fall and next spring. They are also going to introduce a residential construction curriculum provided by the Home Builders Institute (HBI) in their junior high schools next year with the intent to move it forward to their high schools. Several local media sources covered the event, and with the outreach, we have interest from West Valley High School, Valley Christian, and Spokane Public Schools to hold similar events in their schools. I’m very excited about these actions and the benefits they provide to our members. We have been very fortunate to have had amazing members supporting these initiatives, but we will need more members involved to keep pushing forward. If you are interested in learning more about how to support these efforts, please give me call as I’d love to talk with you.


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LAND, LABOR & LUMBER – HOW SHBA IS ADVOCATING ON YOUR BEHALF It is often hard to stop and catch a breath of fresh air given how busy all of our members are dealing with the onslaught of homebuyers who want to have homes built. While I don’t want to complain about the demand, the supply challenges we are facing go back to the lack of the three L’s - land, labor and lumber. We face these issues daily and are seeing significant housing price increases. These increases are pricing many local home buyers not just out of new construction homes, but also rental properties. The Association is working hard to help with all three areas as most of the problems are self-induced by poor decisions made by regulators at the local, state, and national levels. The lack of available, buildable lots is driven by actions at our state and local levels. The Washington State Growth Management Act is at the core of our problems as it creates an artificial barrier that unnecessarily drives up the value of land within the Urban Growth Boundary. The solutions are not simple as Spokane County was forced into litigation and reached a settlement that significant changes to the current boundary cannot be made until 2025. We are engaged with various partners on this issue and will be prepared for the planning process that will begin soon. In the meantime, we continue to work to find small solutions to increase density within the boundary and look at ways to reallocate population that would allow changes to the boundary. Expanding

an area where growth is viable, while offsetting growth with reductions elsewhere that have not been viable targets for future growth is possible. The labor shortages we are facing go back to decisions made years ago in our school systems but have been exacerbated by COVID and the overly generous unemployment benefits that are keeping workers from re-entering the job market. The Association began addressing this issue a couple years ago and are finally seeing the fruits of our labor. A couple of weeks ago I felt privileged to be a participant in our two-day workforce camp at Mead High School. I was extremely impressed with the young people I had a chance to work alongside. I want to thank all my peers who participated, our members who donated the building materials for two sheds that were built and our partners at the Mead School District who were awesome to work with. We will be continuing this effort with the Mead School District and we have been working with West Valley School District, Valley Christian, and Spokane Public Schools to arrange similar events in the future. Of course, the implementation of these events cannot be done by the same members all of the time, so I am challenging all of my fellow builder members and trades partners to respond when we reach out. As we all know, “many hands make light work,” so getting more members involved is key to our success. Finally, the challenge of lumber and material shortages and price increases

is making our efforts to provide attainable housing in our community nearly impossible. Again, the backlogs created by COVID are the primary culprit. Our national association, NAHB, is taking the lead by pushing the President, our federal legislators and agency leadership to do what they can to address the shortages we face. They are providing regular updates on their activities and progress and will be working to engage you when they need to ramp up the pressure. I urge you to respond when called upon. I will say that, when I signed up to join SHBA leadership, I was not overly engaged in these issues but now understand how valuable the efforts of the SHBA, BIAW, and NAHB are to our livelihood. While our time is limited due to the current housing demand, I have made the commitment to push for solutions that benefit our industry and hope you will join me in doing the same. I would encourage you to engage in your association as we cannot go alone during these times. Pooling our efforts will make the most impact.

SCOTT MILIONIS 2021 President Milionis Custom Homes


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“SPOKANE CLEANER ENERGY PROTECTION ACT” WILL KEEP NATURAL GAS IN HOMES In this past legislative session, HB 1084 was introduced

prohibition of natural gas usage in homes. This initiative is

in the Washington State Legislature at the request of

called the Spokane Cleaner Energy Protection Act.

Governor Inslee. This measure, which passed through committee but did not get a vote on the floor, would ban

SHBA PAC has already given $9,000 and BIAW has

natural gas in new residential and commercial construction.

donated another $10,000. SHBA members are energized

BIAW in conjunction with other construction and business

and committed to this effort. The PAC anticipates raising

allies, along with those representing plumbers and

additional dollars to contribute to the campaign this year.

pipefitters, fought the bill and were successful. For now.

SHBA staff will also engage in strategy and field efforts to ensure the decision of the energy source in new homes is

Not to be deterred, Spokane City Council has produced

up to the buyers and builders, not the government.

a plan through the Sustainability Action Subcommittee. It recommends, among other things, to “eliminate gas

We know if this was left up to our City Council, natural gas

hookups from all new commercial and multifamily

would be banned in Spokane. This is what happens when

residential buildings by 2023, and from all new

those who do not understand, or care about the housing

construction by 2028.” They go even further by “requiring

emergency affecting thousands of Spokane residents,

all new residential and commercial buildings to have onsite

prioritizing agenda over people. In the coming weeks, we

renewable energy generation by 2025.”

will interview candidates running for City Council this year to ensure those who are elected are educated on

California, Oregon, and Washington have become the

housing issues. We will then endorse and do all we can to

experimental testing grounds for restrictive government

get the right people in a position to positively impact our

and environmental policy overreach. This first-in-the-

community.

nation citizen initiative will solidify public push back on the ill-conceived agenda to advance costly and inefficient wind

We anticipate that by this time next year the world will

and solar power. We need long-term sustainable options

be different. Housing stock

for energy, not ones that will end up in landfills in 15 years.

will increase providing much

We must continue to advocate for homeownership, but

needed shelter to those in

when policies like these pursue political points over what

need, rent vacancy rates will

people want, more and more families are robbed of the

be higher that 0.6, and buyers

opportunity to own their dream home.

will be in charge of how their new dream home is built. If

In response to these choice-eliminating, cost-increasing

you want to be involved in

measures, Spokane citizens will have the opportunity to

building the future in a smart

vote on a City Charter amendment. This amendment will

and sustainable way, contact

ISAIAH PAINE Government Affairs Director

protect hydroelectric and natural gas power and prevent

me to join the fight.

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GUEST ARTICLE: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ELECTRONIC PERMIT SUBMITTAL The greater Spokane area has been through an interesting time

to the changing industry and make it a viable solution for all?

over the last year. Part of this was with the requirements for physical distancing and face-to-face meetings being delayed,

The best answer so far is by dramatically improving our web

the other portion that most did not see was the building code

presence to support 100% electronic submittal. With this

effective date changing.

submittal process, all the reviewing agencies will have the opportunity to view the project in parallel; far faster than a linear

The effective date of the adopted building and energy codes

process used in a paper application.

were changed two times in the last year, once from July to

A paper application routing is sent

November and then again to February of this year. These

physically from one reviewer to the

changes created an influx of permits at different times and

next, this would put them in a stack

demonstrated the need for Spokane County to move to more

waiting to be reviewed and routed

of a digital presence online and in the field.

to the next reviewer.

Scott Chesney and I have taken this opportunity to listen to

There is a bit of a learning curve

our customer base and provide the best resolutions to their

with the electronic submittal

concerns. Of course, one concern we have heard the most

and some upfront time – 10-

is that our customer base cannot come down and meet with

15 minutes needed from the

us face-to-face for a “simple” question. We understand the

applicant, but like many things in it

frustrations that the restrictions have caused and we have

would become second nature over

revised internal procedures and processes to accommodate for

time and the project benefits from

an immediate response. But the larger picture is how can we

far faster processing time than a

streamline this for the future? How can we adjust our business

paper application.

JAMES C. MOORE III, CBO, CFM Director of Building and Code Enforcement Spokane County Building and Planning jmoore@ spokanecounty.org

GUEST ARTICLE: PATTERN & COLOR NOW RULE Do you think all home finishes and materials need to be neutral to appeal to a large audience? We’ve been told that for so long, but that’s not the case any longer. Homeowners are tired of the neutral “farmhouse” aesthetic. They are craving pattern, texture and color. We are seeing this through the current interior trends in finishes as well as furnishings. In terms of hard finishes, there have been many bold patterned floor and wall tiles. They create a dramatic focal point and draws the praise of everyone who enters. For those who are afraid of color, black, white and neutral patterned tile have been introduced. Even with taking the color out, the patterns create a dynamic and interesting space. Recently, we completed a project in a traditional South

WENDY NOLAN Interior Designer 509 Design wendy@509.design

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Hill home with a very busy floor tile that was reminiscent of the encaustic tiles found throughout France in a neutral colorway. We then topped it with a beautiful blue/green cabinet. Even though we introduced lots of pattern and color, it still fits the style of the home without overwhelming the rest of the rooms. For clients who are afraid to make such a permanent decision in flooring or wall tile, there has been a huge trend in using wallcoverings. Like it or not, wallpaper is back! The new wallcoverings have better adhesives, so they come down easier than in years past. This allows the homeowner to introduce interest into their space without the commitment of installing a hard finish. Our favorite places to use bold wallcoverings are entryways, powder rooms, bedrooms and even the ceilings. We like to use busy wallcoverings in rooms where people transition through quickly. This helps to fight against visual fatigue and the homeowners will enjoy it for a longer period of time. Paint is an inexpensive trend that never goes away. We can introduce the interest and color into a space that homeowners are craving. Using color in unique ways adds depth to an interior. If you have architectural elements in the ceiling, color can reinforce the focal point. Even without the use of beams or ceiling trays, using a vibrant color draws the eye up. Not only is color being introduced in the finishes, but we are also seeing color in such things as sink faucets and bathtubs. These are unique and we are just in the beginning of this trend. There are combinations of unique metal tones along with appealing, unique colors, to create something new and interesting. I foresee that we will see these same types of introductions into lighting. I know of one small company who is doing this currently, but I think the larger manufacturers will join suite soon. Touching on the decorative side of trends, there are bold patterns and colors introduced in all soft goods and furnishings: colorful animal prints rugs, check; tribal patterned pillows; check, vibrant colored sofas and chairs, check and check! As you can see, with the last neutral trend, there is a complete swing in the opposite direction. We can accomplish this trend in many ways, either using hard surfaces, or something easier and less of a commitment. I look forward to hearing and seeing how you introduce these trends into your homebuilding!


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ROII EARNS SHBA MEMBERS OVER $4.6 MILLION Hello SHBA Members! What a productive spring! We are so excited about all the amazing things happening around the Association. During the last couple of months, we were able to hit some milestones that have been many years in the making. Though we were so sad to see Taylor transition to a new job, we are thrilled to promote Kelsey Quick to the position of Member Services Coordinator, and Josh Fletcher to Government Affairs & Communications Coordinator. Stepping in for Taylor, we have Jessie Madison joining the team! In the membership world, we have secured a new partnership with Stephen Brown of

JENNIFER THOMAS Membership Services Director

Heartland. Stephen provides wrap-around Merchant Services through Heartland, to include

jthomas@shba.com

Payroll Services. Contact the office if you would like to set up an appointment with Stephen. Lastly, and maybe most importantly, we will be distributing $4,663,656.55 (yes – that is MILLION) of earned rewards to our members via ROII. If you are not familiar with ROII I would love to sit down with you and give you all the in’s and outs of this phenomenal program. Cheers to a productive Q3!

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A PIPELINE FOR THE FUTURE Shutting down pipelines has always been a hot topic for many,

train students in construction safety and give them a strong

but I would like to offer a different type of pipeline to open

overview in all aspects of residential construction. The

and fill with a very valuable commodity – people. A trickle of

certificate can be taken to a wide variety of trade schools to

new workers entering the construction industry has become

further their education and is often used as a means of entry

a common issue and exponential part of advancing project

directly into the workforce.

delays, costs and quality. Our industry’s pipeline was shut down over a decade ago by an effort to send every high school

HBI and SHBA also assisted Mead in funding the program

graduate to a four-year college via STEM programs.

through a grant from HBI and the Home Depot Foundation for $17,000 – covering all setup costs and funding for two

Many schools ended their wood and metal shop classes, along

years. The program will be integrated starting with middle

with career counselors pushing students away from skilled

school students then rolled out to high school students as

trades. Many of these students have acquired a large amount

they progress through their education. What will we do with

of debt from college while not even exercising their degree.

all these new, excited people heading into our industry? After

It is time to reopen the pipeline for high school students to

all, the old pipeline was jammed

enter the construction trades and start building equity in

up with paperwork from zero-

themselves both in satisfying work and investment versus six-

down home loans and old wood

figure debt.

shop tools covered in cobwebs. We will build a new pipeline.

At SHBA we have heard our members and the community ask for direction in this matter. Our team has since partnered

A new pipeline.

with Mead School District and the Home Builders Institute, a nationally accredited education program, to bring a Pre-

The new pipeline will be

Apprenticeship Training program to Mead Schools. This

constructed of our local

program provides a school district with the curriculum,

school leadership, volunteers,

instructor training, student materials, and ongoing support to

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excited students, teachers, and businesses all glued together

Our entire membership can be a part of its construction.

by the Spokane Home Builders Association. Our goals are to

The Education Committee is looking for funding, material

transport students from classroom to jobsite through hands-

donations, classroom presenters, volunteers in all areas of the

on instruction, classroom visits by trade professionals, career

industry, and companies looking to hire high school graduates!

coaching, counselor training, design and build events and a map

Please reach out to our committee chair Deacon Band and/or

for students to follow into any trade they desire.

staff liaison Beth Hanson for information on how you can get involved and build this pipeline to ensure our industry’s future

Our pipeline will allow students to plan their future with more

and of course make housing and remodeling more affordable to

knowledge and opportunity than has ever been available to

our community.

them. The industry has lost an entire generation of workers and the need is greater than ever. Our pipeline project requires volunteers and support from all trades and the vendors who supply them. The pipeline may be concealed inside of a garden shed. Mead, Mt Spokane, SHBA and the BIAW have already started construction of the pipeline by building two garden sheds over a weekend in May. A team of 20 volunteers, including trade professionals and support staff, led the design and construction of two 8’x8’ garden sheds with 18 Mead and Mt. Spokane high school students. The sheds were completely built by the students with hands-on instruction and leadership from our volunteers. Members and non-members stepped up and donated building materials for the sheds, tool kits for each of the students and lunches for the weekend. Each student who attended both days of the event learned: job site safety, tool safety and operation, tape measure reading, layout, building process, and teamwork. During lunch breaks, students were shown pathways into several different trades such as electrical, plumbing, HVAC, framing, siding, roofing and finish carpentry. Many of them were surprised to hear what these careers can pay within four short years of training and on the job learning. All of this while collecting a paycheck!

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REMEMBERING STEVE HARTMAN Steve Hartman, longtime member of SHBA, died June 3, 2021, after a 2½ year battle with chondrosarcoma bone cancer. He passed away after only two days at a Hospice Home in Spokane with his wife at his side. Steve was active in the Remodelers Council and was Manager at De/Mar, a wholesale flooring business and SHBA member, for 25+ years. He was well liked by customers and professionals in the flooring industry. Steve was married 42 years to the love of his life, Nona. They lived on Diamond Lake in Newport, WA. He loved living on the lake, boating, swimming, and watching the activity and the beautiful sunsets. Steve is survived by his son, Ryan (Ashley), brother Mike (Kathy) and numerous nieces and nephews. Steve was born in Spokane, WA where he spent his entire life. He attended North Central High School, SFCC, SCC, and EWU. In high school, he made First Team All-City in football and baseball. He loved playing softball, basketball and, in later years, golf. He lived a long, good life and was always healthy up to getting cancer. He will be missed by many. In lieu of flowers, please honor Steve with a donation to the Sarcoma Foundation of America or another cancer organization of your choice. Sherman-Campbell Funeral & Cremation Services in Priest River is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends are invited to sign the online guest book at shermancampbell.com.

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WELCOME NEW STAFF MEMBERS JOSH FLETCHER – GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS &

JESSIE MADISON – MARKETING &

COMMUNICATIONS OORDINATOR

EVENTS CORDINATOR

Josh Fletcher was originally brought on board to be the Government Affairs Assistant in March. Since then, he has also taken over communications and added that to his title.

Jessie is joining our SHBA team as the new Marketing & Events Coordinator. She will be working to market and promote events and membership benefit programs.

Josh graduated cum laude from JOSH FLETCHER EWU in 2018 with a degree in Government Affairs journalism and was the News Editor & Communications Coordinator of the student newspaper. Also, while in college, Josh worked at jfletcher@shba.com one of our local TV news stations in Spokane where he learned how to edit and shoot videos that were on the news on a nightly basis. When he’s not in the office, Josh is with his family. Josh and his girlfriend Kirsti have two kids – a dog named Dr. Watson, and a one-year-old human baby named Kennedy. They enjoy playing fetch, drinking milk bottles, and watching TV. Can you guess who does what? He is an early riser in order to hit the gym before the kids are awake and enjoys reading, and passionately talking to his girlfriend about stuff she finds incredibly boring. Such as new software updates, the length of shorts he is considering buying, and podcasts he listened to.

JESSIE MADISON Marketing & Events Coordinator

New to the Spokane jmadison@shba.com area, Jessie brings with her experience and knowledge of customer service, marketing, and communications. As a current graduate student at Gonzaga University, she is receiving her Master’s in Communication and Leadership with a concentration in Strategic and Organizational Communication. Originally from Arlington, WA, Jessie is enjoying exploring her new home here in Spokane. Additionally, she enjoys cooking and spending time outdoors. Jessie will be serving as the staff liaison for the Events Committee and Fall Festival of Homes Committee. She is looking forward to getting to know and working with you all!

Josh oversees the Builders Overview, the weekly Builders News Brief email, Government Affairs projects and getting SHBA in the news to spread our message.

JULY 14 | LEGISLATIVE RECEPTION AUG 4 | SHBA NEXT: CDA LAKE CRUISE

2021 UPCOMING EVENTS All events will be held in compliance with any COVID-19 guidelines in place. We ask that if are feeling under the weather or have been exposed to the virus, please remain home. Visit SHBA.com for details and registration information.

SEPT 23 | FALL FESTIVAL OF HOMES KICK-OFF NIGHT SEPT 24-26 & OCT 1-3 | FALL FESTIVAL OF HOMES OCT 8-10 | HOME IDEA SHOW OCT 14 | SHBA NEXT: POOL, PINTS & POLITICS FALL – TBA | REMODELERS COUNCIL TRAP SHOOT


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NEW MEMBERS February 29 - May 27, 2021 BATH FITTER Andrew Starnino Spike: Nick Gilliland

DWIGHT WEIGELT - INDEPENDENT AGENT Dwight Weigelt Spike: Chris Dixon

MUNERIS, INC. Mike Gahvarehchee Spike: Nick Barnes

COLDWELL BANKER TOMLINSON RANCH & HOME Mark Fancher Spike: Dustin Swartz

EDEN ADVANCED PEST TECHNOLOGIES Elmer Bensinger Spike: Nick Barnes

RC MECHANICAL, LLC Rick Albaugh Spike: Jake Turner

BUILT ON TRUST, LLC Lonnie Edwards Spike: Corey Condron

FOOTHILLS LANDSCAPING AND IRRIGATION, LLC Andy Clayton Spike: Titus Hug

RICH KING REAL ESTATE Rich King Spike: Garth Trimble

COOK CUSTOM HOMES, INC. Mike Cook Spike: Corey Condron

GUARANTEED RATE Justin Gray Spike: Corey Condron

CORNERSTONE BENEFITS CONSULTING GROUP, INC. Aaron Donaldson Spike: Kassie Klinger

HEARTLAND PAYMENT SYSTEMS Stephen Brown Spike: Jake Turner MARIO & SON, INC. Michael Marcella Spike: Alan Nolan

DAYNE KUHLMANN, LLC DBA VICTORY MEDIA Dayne Kuhlmann Spike: Melissa Owens

RENEWING MEMBERS February 29 - May 27, 2021

43 YEARS WHITE BLOCK CO.

40 YEARS SPOKANE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

35-39 YEARS APOLLO ELECTRIC, INC. B & B SPRINKLERS, INC. CONDRON HOMES, LLC DOUGLASS PROPERTIES GORDON FINCH HOMES, INC. INLAND EMPIRE DRYWALL OK ELECTRIC, INC.

30-34 YEARS BANNER BANK CAMCO CONSTRUCTION, INC. CAVALIER CORPORATION GENE GEORGE CONSTRUCTION, LLC

25-29 YEARS ALUMINUM PRODUCTS, INC. ANDREWS MECHANICAL, INC. BIRCHCREST HOMES, INC. COLDWELL BANKER TOMLINSON ENVIRONMENT WEST, INC. F & F FOUNDATIONS, INC. LANZCE G. DOUGLASS, INC. LENGCO CONSTRUCTION, INC.

MCCLEARY HEATING & A/C MOTLEY-MOTLEY, INC. RAINMAN SEAMLESS RAIN GUTTERS

20-24 YEARS AAA SWEEPING, LLC ACKERMAN HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING ADVANCED FIREPROOFING & INSULATION CO. ALPINE CONSTRUCTION ARROW CONCRETE & ASPHALT SPECIALTIES AUTO RAIN CONTRACTING, LLC AVISTA UTILITIES BPS SUPPLY COMPANY CASCADE WINDOWS BY WINDOW PRODUCTS, INC. CERTIFIED SECURITY & INTEGRATION COMFORT MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS COMPLETE HEATING & SHEETMETAL, INC. COOK FORMS CROWN WEST REALTY D.R. HORTON - SPOKANE DE/MAR COMPANY EVCO INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS EVERHART PAINTING LIMITED FLUID DESIGN PRODUCTS, INC. FURNACE STORE, INC. GARY KAZDA CONSTRUCTION, INC. GOBERS, LLC GSI GLASS - DEER PK WIN/DOOR HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - SPOKANE

STAPLES Sam Fletcher Spike: Corey Condron TRENDS REAL ESTATE Kyle Nash Spike: Nick Scheel VILLAGE HOMES Allen Dykes Spike: Jake Turner IF PAYMENT IS RECEIVED AFTER CUT-OFF DATE, BUSINESS NAME WILL APPEAR IN NEXT ISSUE.

HILLIARD‘S HEATING & PLUMBING JAHNS PIPE CONSTRUCTION KILGORE CONSTRUCTION, INC. KODIAK ROOFING COMPANY, INC. LILAC CITY SPRINKLERS & LANDSCAPING, INC. MANDERE CONSTRUCTION, INC. MARSH CONSTRUCTION, INC. MOSCOW & PULLMAN BUILDING SUPPLY MOSER, INC. MOSES LAKE STEEL SUPPLY, INC. NORTHWEST TRENDS OF SPOKANE ROCK PLACING COMPANY RUDEEN DEVELOPMENT, LLC SHAWNEE ROCK, INC. SUNRISE, INC. SUNSHINE DISPOSAL & RECYCLING WINDERMERE MANITO, LLC ZIGGY‘S HOME IMPROVEMENT

15-19 YEARS ACTION MATERIALS, INC. AGEE ELECTRIC, INC. ALL-STAR GARAGE DOORS, INC BARTON BOYS, LLC BECKEMEIER CONTRUCTION COMFORT EXPERTS PLUMBING, INC. COMPASS CONSTRUCTION, INC. COYOTE CREEK CABINETS, INC. DIETER CONSTRUCTION ENERGIZED ELECTRIC, INC. FREDERICK‘S GROUP, INC. GINA‘S DESIGN CENTER


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GREENPRO SPRAY & LAWN MAINTENANCE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - COLVILLE VALLEY PARTNERS HAYDEN ENTERPRISES, INC. JIMMY‘S | SERV-TECH ROOFING LS ENTERPRISE MEADOWWOOD PAINTING, INC. MERRILL LYNCH MOUNTAIN CREST ENTERPRISES MURPHY MASONRY, LLC NORTHWEST MASONRY PROS, INC. PACIFIC NORTHWEST MECHANICAL, LLC PERRENOUD ROOFING, INC. PRO MECHANICAL SERVICES, INC. RENOVATIONS BY DAVE COVILLO, INC. RESCUE RESTORATION, INC. SAUNDERS CABLE, INC. SIGNS FOR SUCCESS STURM HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING TANZ MECHANICAL INSULATION, LLC THE PALLET PLACE, INC. THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW

10-14 YEARS ALLURE CONSTRUCTION AUTHENTIC RESTORATION SERVICES BALDWIN SIGN COMPANY CAMDEN HOMES, INC. CENTURY 21 BEUTLER & ASSOCIATES ERIC MADSEN HOMES, LLC EXCHANGE PUBLISHING FMI EQUIPMENT GREATER SPOKANE INCORPORATED INTERMOUNTAIN WEST INSULATION (IBP) KESTELL COMPANY REALTORS KOOY‘S IRRIGATION, INC. MILIONIS CUSTON HOMES, INC. MILLER PAINT CO. NCA COMMERCIAL JANITORIAL & CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP N-HANCE WOOD RENEWAL NORTHWEST WINDOW & DOOR PARSONS CONSTRUCTION, INC. R & R MASONRY, INC. REALITY HOMES, INC. SKI CONSTRUCTION, LLC SKIP‘S AWNINGS SLATER PAINTING CO., INC. SOLID STRUCTURES, LLC SPOKANE CARPET ONE THE SHOWROOM SUN RENTAL CENTER UBUILDIT

BRUCE PRESTON CONSTRUCTION C & S CONSTRUCTION CALIBER HOME LOANS, INC. CAPAUL STONEWORKS, LLC CENTRAL WASHINGTON EXCAVATING, INC. CLEAN RIGHT CO. CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRAINING COUNCIL OF WA CONTEMPO HOMES, LLC COUNT ON IT CONSTRUCTION, LLC CULLIGAN DEE‘S LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE, LLC DETLING CONCRETE & EXCAVATING, INC.

DR GLASS WORKS, LLC DUNDEE CONCRETE & LANDSCAPING, LLC ELECTRIC SMITH, INC. FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALISTS, LLC GAFFANEY ELECTRIC, LLC GLASS DOCTOR - DAIMOND AUTO GLASS GRANITE LANDSCAPE SERVICES, INC. GREENLEAF LANDSCAPING H & R COMPLETE, INC. HANSEN LOGGING, LLC HYDRAFAB NORTHWEST, INC. INLAND HOME IMPROVEMENTS, INC. IRS ENVIRONMENTAL OF WA, INC.

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J U CONTRACTING, INC. JTI COLFAX, LLC L & L CARGILE, INC. LISH EXCAVATION CO. M & M HARRISON ELECTRIC CO. MATTHEW GRAUPNER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. MCVAY BROTHERS CONTRACTORS, INC. MIDLAND ELECTRIC, INC. MR. B‘S CLEAN SWEEP, INC. MR. ROOTER PLUMBING N & N EXCAVATION, LLC NORTH RIDGE CONTRACTING, INC. OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF SPOKANE - CDA PALOUSE RIVER ROCK, LLC PLUMBCO, INC. POOL WORLD RAINBOW ELECTRIC, INC. RIVERSDALE BUILDERS & DISTRIBUTORS, LLC ROCK STEEL STRUCTURES, INC. SAM‘S TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE, LLC SELKIRK LANDSCAPE SERVICES, INC. SLOAN‘S PLUMBING, INC. SPOKANE METALS, LLC STANDARD PLUMBING HEATING CONTROLS CORP. STAN‘S CONSTRUCTION AND SON, LLC STEELHEAD MECHANICAL STEINCO, INC.

STETNER ELECTRIC, INC. STEVENS PUD #1 SWANSON‘S REFRIGERATION & RESTAURANT REPAIR, INC. TATUM LAWN CARE VERSATILE INDUSTRIES, INC. WALL CONSTRUCTION CORP. WAYNCO CONSTRUCTION, INC. WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE WESSLEN CONSTRUCTION WHIPPLE CONSULTING ENGINEERS WHITE WATER CONSTRUCTION, INC. WILDER CONSTRUCTION, LLC

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Inland Empire Building Permit Summary Year-to-Date 06/09/2021 Permits Value Residential Single Family Homes Duplexes & Twin Homes Apartments & Condos Cabins Other Residential Structures Swimming Pools & Spas Garages & Carports Res Rmdl, Addn, Int Fin Reroof Residential Total Residential Const

1,503 63 43 3 404 63 151 459 153 2,842

Commercial

Permits

Solar

Permits

Offices/Banks/R&D/Professional Retail/Whsl/Dining/Personal Auto/Truck Sales & Service Parking Structures & Carports Indus-Manuf, Whse-Shops, Public Transportation Hospitals & Other Institutions Churches & Other Religious Public Buildings & Projects Utilities (gas elect wtr swr) Parks, Recreation, Entertain, Agricultural Buildings & Sheds Other Non-Residential Buildings Comm Structures Other Than Comm Rmdl, Addn, Int Fin Reroof Commercial Total Commercial Const

Alternative Residential Energy Total Solar Const

Total Inland Empire Const

Units

$416,651,511 1524 $22,324,730 126 $108,201,734 1094 $358,376 0 $16,524,155 0 $3,095,912 20000 $6,243,558 0 $43,509,754 0 $5,424,696 0 $622,334,528 22,744

7 10 1 21 30 2 2 3 3 6 4 107 30 25 221 36 508

60 60 3,410

Builder

Value

Units

Value

Units

$10,614,932 $7,193,400 $42,106 $1,447,645 $72,100,671 $819,442 $2,461,662 $2,833,647 $43,839,961 $6,989,000 $1,462,823 $4,204,626 $159,396,021 $3,614,009 $63,679,384 $3,726,714 $384,426,048

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

$496,003 0 $496,003 0 $1,007,256,512 22,744

Inland Empire Building Permit Summary Week 23 - 06/03/21 to 06/09/21 (permits over $5,000) Permits Value Units Residential Single Family Homes Demolition Grading & Dust Footing & Foundation Duplexes & Twin Homes Apartments & Condos Other Residential Structures Swimming Pools & Spas Garages & Carports Res Rmdl, Addn, Int Fin Reroof Residential Total Residential Const

Commercial

Offices/Banks/R&D/Professional Grading & Dust (Commercial) Utilities (gas elect wtr swr) Agricultural Buildings & Sheds Other Non-Residential Buildings Comm Structures Other Than Comm Rmdl, Addn, Int Fin Reroof Commercial Total Commercial Const

Solar

Alternative Residential Energy Total Solar Const

Total Inland Empire Const

106 4 7 2 4 3 42 10 14 27 8 227

Permits

1 1 1 5 8 2 12 3 33

Permits

1 1 261

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$27,424,960 106 $0 0 $80,975 0 $355,872 0 $1,336,766 8 $7,543,411 72 $1,871,406 0 $338,228 2000 $708,361 0 $676,754 0 $187,185 0 $40,523,92020,186 Value

$1,500,000 $5,000 $150,000 $283,438 $2,262,206 $599,200 $6,084,378 $174,950 $11,059,172 Value

Units

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

Homes

Lexington Homes 154 Greenstone Corp 97 Hayden Homes 78 Camden Homes 27 Viking Builders LLC 34 Lanzce Douglass 37 Diamond Rock Const 30 Viking Construction 36 Paras Homes 27 Aspen Homes & Dev 18 Rosenberger Const 11 Grit & Timber 10 Georgen Homes 12 LH Homes Llc 14 Hallmark Homes Inc 17 Copper Basin Const 24 Viking Construction 17 Mort Construction 16 Selkirk Const LLC 13 Timbered Ridge 10 Viking Builders LLC 12 Homestead Const 19 Dave Largent Homes 8 Condron Homes 11 Architerra Homes Llc 12 Simplicity Homes LLC 11 Active West Builders 10 Atlas Building Group 5 Gordon Finch Homes 7 Markham Builders 11 Alderbrook Homes 7 CDB Const 8 Adair Homes8 Architerra Homes 9 Danny Sullivan Const 6 Lewis Const & Dev 5 CG Rippy & Assoc 3 William Daum Const 9 Parsons Const 4 Mckey Const LLC 7 Solid Ground Real 4 Axiom Homes Inc 5 Lexar Homes of 7 Luxury Homes LLC 6 Olsen Homes Llc 9 Panagos Const 4 Clearwater Homes 6 Lexar Homes 7 Kyle Marsh Const 3 Kavco Builders 4 Markham Homes Inc 6 Morse Western 3 Hearthstone Homes 6 Palos Verdes LLC 6 Mort Construction Inc 7

Builder

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Inland Washington Creative Custom Bulldog Contractors Gunder Const Lanzce Douglass Matthew White Rustic Construction MD Green LLC Tekton Const Benway Quality Bunker Steel

Permits

4 3 13 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 4

Inland Empire Multi-Family Builders Year-to-Date 06/09/2021

Value

$36,272,401 $28,045,032 $17,717,486 $11,609,715 $9,695,199 $9,457,659 $9,411,448 $8,321,257 $7,295,559 $6,654,671 $4,603,877 $4,521,401 $4,115,196 $3,959,578 $3,837,407 $3,761,610 $3,742,985 $3,629,465 $3,528,123 $3,281,762 $3,163,245 $3,107,442 $3,084,129 $2,929,851 $2,887,905 $2,885,147 $2,809,000 $2,736,813 $2,654,729 $2,543,249 $2,479,457 $2,240,586 $2,218,613 $2,204,815 $2,154,177 $2,018,825 $1,923,616 $1,910,154 $1,887,189 $1,787,487 $1,782,476 $1,764,924 $1,763,740 $1,685,911 $1,673,532 $1,643,204 $1,630,310 $1,607,079 $1,555,986 $1,497,659 $1,448,273 $1,425,530 $1,425,126 $1,310,822 $1,272,508

Inland Empire Garage and Carport Builders Year-to-Date 06/09/2021 Value

$875,486 $375,560 $358,034 $354,613 $273,015 $155,448 $142,000 $139,414 $138,891 $132,683 $100,534

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Builder

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Permits

Viking Construction Hayden Homes LH Homes Llc Mort Construction Lanzce Douglass Blue Sky Quality Bella Tierra Holdings Rosenberger Const Viking Builders LLC Viking Builders LLC

4 15 9 7 4 3 4 2 3 3

PO Box 2202, Cedar City, UT 84721

Builder

Units

Inland Washington Mort Construction Swinerton Builders Viking Construction Copper Basin Const Ginno Const Diamond Rock River Fall Gunder Const Lanzce Douglass

170 186 200 144 111 60 28 42 15 38

Value

$21,422,095 $16,838,357 $16,128,421 $15,012,700 $12,781,277 $4,726,504 $4,701,328 $3,300,000 $3,041,116 $3,024,821

Inland Empire Other Residential Builders Year-to-Date 06/09/2021 Builder

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Permits

Brumback Const Servpro of Northwest TW Clark Const Compass Const Inc Steel Structures Salvaged Designs Pool World Copper Basin Const Inland Washington Wellesley Property III Kal Enterprises Inc Creekside Const Hutton Settlement Stimson Contracting CDA Structures Daystar Const Mgmt Bunker Steel Boyer Mtn Door & Bristlecone Building WH Potts Const Bulldog Contractors Yukon Solid Structures

1 4 1 6 38 5 12 1 1 1 3 5 1 14 8 1 12 3 1 1 5 1 12

Value

$16,000,000 $3,414,809 $2,000,000 $1,410,858 $1,143,176 $925,000 $775,000 $735,000 $614,765 $468,000 $460,000 $405,470 $400,000 $355,556 $353,442 $350,000 $342,806 $339,220 $335,000 $320,000 $317,215 $308,882 $305,287

Inland Empire Commercial Builders Year-to-Date 06/09/2021 Builder

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Clayco Inc Bouten Const Garco Const Yost Gallagher TW Clark Const Wize Solutions CB&I Inc Harlan D Douglass Divcon Inc Spokane Transit Young Const Group Baker Const & Dev Steel Structures Ginno Const Stout Building Mid-Mountain Land Associated Const Silvey Const Wilbur Road Self Yost Gallagher

Permits

1 17 6 10 9 2 1 2 2 9 6 12 33 13 5 3 2 2 2 1

Value

$150,723,294 $62,014,253 $44,693,269 $15,425,480 $12,945,247 $6,430,782 $6,369,000 $4,809,429 $4,639,520 $4,584,036 $4,493,647 $4,392,245 $2,823,804 $2,704,842 $2,397,675 $2,265,732 $1,800,000 $1,586,718 $1,581,323 $1,500,000

Inland Empire Owner-Builders Year-to-Date 06/09/2021

Construction Type

1 2 3 4

Inland Empire Residential Builders Week 23 - 06/03/21 to 06/09/21

Units

$44,255 0 $44,255 0 $51,627,35220,186

Inland Empire Single Family Builders Year-to-Date 06/09/2021

Single Family Garages & Carports Res Rmdl, Addn, Int Commercial

Permits

246 49 156 27

Value

$60,779,195 $1,662,609 $5,131,351 $1,017,669

Inland Empire Commercial Builders Week 23 - 06/03/21 to 06/09/21 Value

$7,818,161 $3,925,935 $2,516,090 $1,693,193 $902,228 $807,085 $800,000 $720,795 $707,544 $703,266

Builder

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Divcon Inc Steel Structures Silvey Const Halme Builders Inc ACI Northwest Inc Icon Corp Naa Partners LLC Blews Const Inc Hug Services Inc MQS Inc

Permits

1 7 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2

Value

$4,489,520 $1,689,850 $1,500,000 $850,000 $499,200 $137,000 $106,650 $100,000 $80,000 $80,000

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