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Serving the counties of Ferry, Grant, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, 7-8

Stevens and Whitman.

2010

Primary elections loom

SHBA announces endorsements in critical races

Spokane County Commissioner Mark Richard visits with County Commissioner candidate Al French at SHBA’s legislative reception in mid-July.

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he 2010 primary election is less than a month away, and it’s a critical year for races at the local and state level. The Spokane Home Builders Association’s board of directors and the Community Builders Trust evaluated candidates for races within Spokane County and state legislative races throughout Eastern Washington. In Spokane County, the biggest races involve one for a County Commissioner seat currently held by Democrat Bonnie Mager and one for Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich’s seat. There are 10 state representative seats up for grabs throughout Eastern Washington and three state senate seats, as well as two State Supreme Court justice positions. For a complete list of SHBA endorsements for this year’s races, go to page 7.

SHBA-backed candidates have a stronghold on some of these seats, but to ensure the building industry maintains a strong voice in the state legislature, we need our members to get their ballots in for the Aug. 17 primary. Our industry needs vocal supporters now more than ever. While you won’t see Initiative 1082 on the ballot until the Nov. 2 general election, the SHBA and the Building Industry Association of Washington continue to rally support for this measure, which would allow private insurers to compete with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries in offering workers’ compensation coverage. If passed, this initiative stands to improve the business client for the building industry throughout the state for years to come. For more facts on this measure, go to www.saveourjobswa.com.

PRIMARY ELECTION: August 17 GENERAL ELECTION: Nov. 2

For a complete list of Spokane Home Builders Association endorsements, go to page 7.

SHOWCASE PROVES TO BE

BIG SUCCESS

Proving there was pent-up demand in the Inland Northwest for a home show, the Spokane Home Builders Association’s Showcase of Green Homes drew droves of people, all of whom got the first glimpse and the latest trends and innovations in sustainable home building practices. Katherine Morgan, SHBA’s marketing and events director, said the 11-day event drew hundreds of people each day, including a whopping 350 people at the VIP night event, on June 17. The six-home Showcase was the first fixed-site show exclusively featuring homes built using sustainable construction practices. All six homes have been certified as sustainably constructed through the Inland Northwest Built Green® program, a certification system SHBA adopted three years ago. Five builders constructed the six homes for the Showcase, which was presented by Northwest EnergyStar and sponsored by Windermere Real Estate and DirectBuy. Greenstone Homes built two, and the following builders each built one apiece: Brent Peterson Homes, George White Homes, Victory Homes, and SHBA, which is using Contractor Builders Etc. While the Showcase is over, another, even bigger home show is right around the corner. The Fall Festival of Homes is scheduled for Oct. 1-3. and is sponsored by Pro-Build, Coldwell Banker Tomlinson, Bank of America Home Loans and Ferguson Enterprises. Morgan said builders have committed to include 25 homes in the scattered-site tour, and she expects another five to 15 commitments in the coming weeks. For more information on the Fall Festival, go to www. spokanefestivalofhomes.com.


Recruit just 3 and you & guest get to Ski! in Sandpoint. June 2 - October 31, 2010: For every 3 members you recruit to SHBA, you will earn a 2 night stay for 2 to the Best Western Edgewater Resort in Sandpoint, ID, 2 lift tickets to Schweitzer Mtn. and a hosted welcome reception the Friday evening of your arrival. Trip to take place winter 2011.

Winter 2011


2010 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT, Jay Alderson, Alderson Custom Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 315-4499 FIRST VICE PRESIDENT, Tim Ayers, Builders Etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 991-4580 SECOND VICE PRESIDENT, Tanna St Marie, Pacific Northwest Title. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 744-3434 SECRETARY, Garth Trimble, KAYU-TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 448-2828 TREASURER, Phil Folyer, Morse Western Homes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 927-9746 PAST PRESIDENT, Bruce Georgen, Georgen Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276-7987 BUILDER DIRECTORS:

Jason Lawrence, Lawrence Custom Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 994-2525

Mark Correll, Correll Reconstruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 926-5317

Deacon Band, Band Construction Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216-5384

Dennis Crapo, Diamond Rock Construction, Inc. . . . . . . . . . 924-8964

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS: Tim Borg, Pro-Build . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 924-2420

Ron Soss, Banner Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228-0201

Marc Hattenburg, Hattenburg Excavating Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 238-4454

Tara Malik, River City Solid Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 891-1782

COMMUNITY BUILDERS TRUST, Todd Whipple, Whipple Consulting Engineers . . . . . 893-2617 REMODELER’S COUNCIL BUILDER DIRECTOR, Isaiah Clow, Clow Construction Inc. . . . . . . . 230-4487 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE DIRECTOR, Anthony Carollo, Stewart Title of Spokane ..328-7171 GRANT COUNTY CHAPTER PRESIDENT, Bruce Preston, Bruce Preston Homes, Inc. . 509-764-9286 EDUCATION & APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTEE DIRECTOR, Tom Thosath, Nordic Construction 448-5917 MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE DIRECTOR, Shaun Bleeker, Bonded Adjustment Co. . . . . . . 624-5181 BUILT GREEN COUNCIL DIRECTOR, Jayson Hunnel, Greenstone Home … . . . . . . . . . . . 458-5860 SHBA STAFF:

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Joel White, Executive Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 32

Bill Taylor, Membership Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 43

D. Katherine Morgan, CGP, Marketing and Events Director . . . . . Ext. 31

Kim Waseca-Love, CGA, CGP, Education Director . . . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 39

Gerardette Sager, Member Relations Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 38

Toby Broemmeling, CGP, Special Projects Coordinator . . . . . . . . Ext. 37

Suzanne Jennings, Bookkeeper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 36

Beverly Voight, Receptionist/Administrative Assistant . . . . . . . . Ext. 30


PRESIDENT’S LETTER

Members’ gifts of time are greatly appreciated I

n the story on page 8, Spokane Home Builders Association Treasurer Phil Folyer mentions the impressive donation of labor to SHBA’s Children’s Miracle Network home, which is being built in Eagle Ridge, on Spokane’s South Hill. Phil is right. It is impressive how much time our members put into projects to help the Association and the community as a whole. In recent weeks, members have worked hard on a couple of jobs to help the Association, and I want to take the time and space to recognize those who were involved. First, SHBA built one of the six houses that appeared in the recent Showcase of Green Homes. Thanks to the hard work of a team led by Builders Etc., the home showed beautifully. The BuiltGreen® certified home is on the market now, and its sale will generate revenue for SHBA. Also, our conference room received a much-needed facelift. If you haven’t seen the improvements, duck your head into the big room and take a look next time you’re at the SHBA offices. You’ll see a tremendous improvement. Here are lists of those who were involved in each project. I appreciate all they have done for Association. By Jay Alderson 

Subcontractors involved in the SHBA Showcase of the Green Homes home: Hattenburg Excavating Bonnett Construction (Norm Bonnett) Gold Seal Mechanical Smiley’s Construction Hand Crafted Construction Country Homes Supply Pro Build C&C Construction Evergreen Truss and Supply Premier Contractors Professional Insulation A&A Electrical Ron Morris and Son Heating and Air Conditioning Fireplace Center

C&T Drywall Bebout Painting Sherwin Williams Huntwood Cabinets Lightning Hardware Cabinet Systems A&AJ Fine Finishes Interiors by Robin Zandtco Irrigation and Landscape (SPECIAL THANKS) Windermere Realty (Dustin Greenup) Spokane Rock Products Central Pre-Mix GSI Glass

Companies involved in the SHBA conference room remodel: Brandon Lafata, J. Simon Electric, electrical contractor. RiverCity Trim LLC, installed chair rail. Carpet One, carpet installed, base trim. Door and Millworks, trim supplier.

River City Solid Surfaces, countertops Evergreen Lighting, provided free of charge, ceiling fans. Boyd’s Painting, wall painting.

In Memoriam James “Jim” Richard Stack

Gerry J. Copeland

The home building industry and the Spokane community as a whole lost a good man when James Richard “Jim” Stack died on May 27. He was 56 years old.

Gerry Joseph Copeland, an architect and friend to many in the building industry, died on April 25. He was 67.

Jim and his wife, Jenni, operated Stack Construction Co. and were active in the Spokane Home Builders Association for almost 25 years. Jim served as a director at SHBA and was a staunch advocate for the organization’s apprentice program. Upon his passing, his family requested that donations be sent to the SHBA Apprenticeship Program in lieu of flowers. Jim will be missed greatly, and our thoughts and prayers remain with his family.

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Gerry earned two architecture degrees from the University of Washington. He started his architecture career in Seattle in 1966 and opened Copeland Design & Construction Inc. in Spokane in 1984. His approach to custom-home and commercial design was simple and clean. This approach led him to win a number of regional and national awards. The loss of Gerry is still being felt in our community, and we wish his family and former colleagues all the best.


CONTENTS

TABLE OF

President’s letter by Jay Alderson . . . . . . . 5

The Home hurts no longer. . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Executive Officer’s letter by Joel White . . . . 7

Remodeler’s Council by Isaiah Clow . . . . 15

Builder profile: Phil Folyer of Morse Western Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Events by Katherine Morgan . . . . . . . . . . 16

Associate profile: Tory Boyd of Boyd Painting .9 Membership by Shaun Bleeker . . . . . . . . 10 Recruiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Members In Action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

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The ART of the Trade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Focus On Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 New Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Returning Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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EXECUTIVE OFFICERS LETTER

Get Informed and Active in Our

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our membership in the Spokane Home Builders Association provides you with tremendous political and legislative advocacy at the national, state and local levels. We refer to these efforts as our Government Affairs program and work to keep you informed of proposed regulations and new rules. At the national level, you have a team of professionals at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) who lobby Congress and the Executive branch on issues affecting the housing industry (e.g. building codes, housing finance, land-use regulations). The weekly Nation’s Building News e-newsletter provides regular updates on these issues and progress the national team has made. You can subscribe to this newsletter by going to www.nahb.org and clicking on “Publications & Subscriptions.” At the state level, you have a strong team at the Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) who track the actions of the state Legislature and the agencies overseen by the Governor. While the BIAW’s efforts focus on lobbying on behalf of the industry, they also have an active legal team that challenges rules and regulations that are unfair and exceed state law. Additionally, BIAW is very active politically and supports pro-builder candidates. As we saw this year with their support of I-1082, they are also willing to run an initiative to the people when the legislature and Governor fail to act. This Initiative easily qualified for the fall ballot thanks to the support of our members, but BIAW will require your continued support throughout the campaign. While you should receive a monthly newsletter from BIAW through the mail, you can also subscribe to their weekly e-newsletter by contacting them at (800) 228-4229. If you want more regular updates, you can also track BIAW’s blog, “The Hammer,” by going to www.biawblog.com. At the local level, we follow the activities of our local jurisdictions and are very active in the elections process. While your dues partially pay for this service, we are also asking you to engage in these efforts by attending the monthly SHBA Government Affairs meetings (held the second Thursday of the month at noon) and/or Community Builders Trust PAC meetings (held the third Tuesday of the month at 3 p.m.). There are great speakers at each GA meeting addressing topics of key concern to our members. Past speakers have included City Council members, building officials and planning directors. Attendees are able to ask questions of the speakers, meet influential players in our local building and development community and provide feedback to SHBA staff on the positions we should take on legislative proposals. The CBT-PAC determines funding strategies for political campaigns, but more importantly, they interview candidates for office and bring endorsement and funding recommendations to the SHBA Board of Directors. Your participation does require a minimum donation of $25 per year. If you are interested in voting on endorsements, a minimum donation of $100 per year is required. One other truly unique committee you are welcome to participate in is the Spokane Regional Codes Group (SRCG). It is made up of local building officials along with SHBA members and staff. It is a great opportunity to be kept up to date on code changes and inspection issues. The Group meets monthly at the SHBA office. Even if you are not interested in participating as a committee member, let me know if you have issues you would like to see the committee address. If you would like to be added to the meeting notification lists for any of these committees, please contact me at jwhite@shba.com. It is crucial that we have great member representation, as you can share how proposed regulations impact your business. JULY/AUGUST 2010

2010 SHBA Political Endorsements The CBT-PAC and SHBA Board of Directors have endorsed the following candidates and issues for the upcoming Primary election on August 17 and general election on November 2. It is crucial that our members follow these recommendations when they vote, as our industry can make a significant impact on the results, especially when we also encourage our families and employees to vote as well. Should you want additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Spokane County Commissioner (District 3) – Al French (R) Sheriff – Ozzie Knezovich (R) State Initiative Initiative 1082 – Privatizes Workers Comp Insurance State Supreme Court Jim Johnson – Position 1 Richard Sanders – Position 6 State Legislative 4th District – Spokane County - Valley State Representative Matt Shea (R) - (District 2) Larry Crouse (R) – (District 1) 6th District – Spokane County - South Hill and Northwest Spokane State Senator Michael Baumgartner (R) State Representative Kevin Parker (R) – (District 2) Shelly O’Quinn (R) – (District 1) 7th District – Stevens, Pend O’Reille, Ferry Counties, Okanagon, Spokane and Lincoln County State Senator Bob Morton (R) State Representative Shelly Short (R) – (District 1) Joel Kretz (R) – (District 2) 9th District – Whitman, Lincoln, Spokane, and Asotin County State Representative Susan Fagan (R) – (District 1) Joe Schmick (R) – (District 2) 13th District – Grant and Kittitas County State Senator Janea Holmquist (R) State Representative Bill Hinkle (R) – (District 2) Judy Warnick (R) – (District 1) 7


BUILDER PROFILE

Folyer is driven to build homes B

eing a Wisconsin farm boy, Phil Folyer watched most of his friends grow up to drive tractors on the farm or drive trucks over the road. Not wanting to do either, he decided to drive nails into boards. The man who started as a carpentry apprentice halfway across the country in the mid-1980s is now the owner of Spokane-based Morse Western Homes and an integral part of the Spokane Home Builders Association. Folyer came to Spokane in the late 1980s and worked as a carpenter before becoming a superintendent for Parkland Homes. With them, he built homes in Bella Vista and number of other neighborhoods throughout the Spokane area.

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He joined Sullivan Homes in 1995 as a project manager and worked there for five years before deciding it was time to go out on his own. “It was just time to expand my career,” he said. Folyer had been working independently as a home builder for five years when a Realtor friend, Joanne Pettit, connected him with Gerry Morse, who had started Morse Western and was looking to retire. Folyer and Morse agreed they would work together for a few years, then Morse would sell the company to Folyer. They completed the sale in 2009. Knowing he’d be taking over the reigns at Morse Western, Folyer started going to more SHBA functions in 2007 and became more heavily involved the following year. Early on, the organization asked him to be on the executive board. He now serves as the organization’s treasurer. Folyer was a member of the U.S. Army National Guard for 22 years—he retired from the Guard in 2006—and he said he thinks his background in military procedure has helped him to be successful on the board. As a member of the Guard, he worked as a combat engineer, which was involved in demolition.

Phil Folyer attributes much of his success to the support of his wife, Natalie.

“I spent my weekdays building things up and my weekends blowing things up,” he laughed. Currently, one of the homes Folyer is building up is the Children’s Miracle Network home, which will be part of the Fall Festival of Homes. The home is being built in Eagle Ridge and is expected to be completed in mid-August. All of the proceeds from the home sale will go to the Children’s Miracle Network. “It’s not a good time to be asking for donations in the home building industry,” Folyer said. “But I’ve been very impressed with the donation of labor. It’s satisfying to see guys in Spokane 8

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ASSOCIATE PROFILE

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When you go to the Children’s Miracle Network home in Eagle Ridge this fall, you’ll be seeing the quality craftsmanship that Boyd Painting brings to a job, inside and out. Boyd Painting, owned and operated by Tory Boyd, has handled all of the painting on this house, which is being built by Morse Western Homes. The house is expected to be completed in midAugust and to appear in the 2010 Fall Festival of Homes, which is scheduled for Sept. 24-26 and Oct. 1-3. “It’s looking great,” Boyd said. “It’s been a real nice project.” Boyd has been painting for 17 years now. He worked for a number of contractors, but four years ago, he struck out on his own and started his own company. Currently, he has a crew of four painters working for him, and they have enough projects to keep them all working full time. One reason he’s been able to stay busy is that he stayed with his specialty—residential painting. Others in the industry expanded into commercial painting when the home-building market started to slow down three years ago, but he decided to ride it out. “I just stuck with the residential, and it’s worked out for me,” he said. Currently, Boyd said, about 80 percent of his business is new residential, with the balance of that being repainting projects at older homes. In the new construction, the vast majority of the work involves interior painting, but the repainting projects are mostly exterior. Boyd became involved in the Spokane Home Builders Association when he started his own business four years ago, at the urging of some of the Spokane-area home builders. “It’s been worth every penny I put into it,” Boyd said.

Tory Boyd has been a member of the Spokane Home Builders Association for four years.

“I just stuck with the residential, and it’s worked out for me” JULY/AUGUST 2010

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Are YOU using all the BENEFITS of your 3-in-1 membership? haun, what do you mean by 3-in-1 Membership? What benefits?

Well when you took the leap and joined the Spokane Home Builders Association, not only did you join a local entity that covers seven Eastern Washington counties (with 1100 members), but you also joined the Building Industry Association of Washington (approximately 11,000 members statewide) as well as the National Association of Home Builders (approximately 150,000 members nationwide). That’s your 3-in-1 membership.

SO, WHAT DOES THAT GET ME? Let’s do quick review of your benefits from your 3-in-1 membership.

ADVOCACY: You currently have a staff of 9 at SHBA, and with the help of volunteers from the Government Affairs committee, they lobby on your behalf at City Council meetings, County Commissioner meetings, and travel over to Olympia to meet with our state legislators. This local advocacy helps your bottom line. Had Proposition 4 passed in the City of Spokane two years ago, what construction opportunities that did exist would have come to a halt because planning decisions would been in the hands of the neighborhood groups rather than planning officials. If not for volunteers flying to Olympia to meet with BIAW leaders and flying to Washington D.C. to meet with NAHB leadership, we would not have received the money needed to fight Proposition 4. Members just like you stepped to the plate and helped staff fight this onerous proposal. The current issue is getting I-1082 on the ballot in November. The current L&I Workers Compensation system is broken. It’s time to save jobs, it time to make L&I compete for your business.

TANGIBLE BENEFITS THAT SAVE YOU & YOUR EMPLOYEES MONEY: HEALTH INSURANCE: As a member of BIAW, enrolled member businesses can participate in the BIAW Health Insurance Trust and are able to make significant savings over the competition due the large buyer power of the program. The Trust is the second largest purchaser of health insurance in Washington, second only to Boeing. For a FREE no obligation quote, call Scott Keno of Benefit Services Northwest (509) 8636500. VERIZON CELL PHONE: As a member of SHBA you receive discounts from 8 percent to 22 percent off your monthly cell bill. To qualify for the 22 percent discount, you must be in the construction trade field. That 22 percent dis10

count adds up quick and in some cases could pay for your annual dues to the association. If you have employees and are enrolled in the program, they may qualify for a discount of 18 percent off their monthly phone bill. So here’s a benefit to offer your employees that you don’t have to pay for. Contact our exclusive SHBA Account Executives Randall Kimberling (509)939-5945 or Steve Tofsrud (509) 999-6900. AIRGAS DISCOUNT: SHBA has teamed up with Airgas, the secone largest Safety Equipment provider to the construction industry in the nation, to offer you discounts on products and services. So if you’ve taken the recent Lead Abatement Classes, Derek can help you save on the necessary equipment needed to complete your task. Contact Derek Edwards (206) 255-7306 MEMBER ADVANTAGE THROUGH NAHB: Whether its beef from Omaha Steaks or our exclusive $500 GM Discount, the membership to NAHB that’s included in the your 3-in-1 membership to SHBA affords you discounts from national corporations that are not open to the public. Visit www.SHBA.com and click Member Benefits and then Member Benefits & Discounts to let your savings begin today. Executive Officer Joel White equates membership in the association to membership in a gym or athletic club. You can join, but you’ll never get in shape if you don’t use the equipment. If you don’t go to a Nothing But Networking event, join a committee, or participate in one of our fabulous events, you will never get anything out of your membership. Since joining, I decided to participate in the Membership Committee and was very fortunate and honored to asked to be a Board Member. I can tell you at those meetings, I sit at the table with other business leaders from our community. I have never been in a situation where I could talk one on one with so many different owners and leaders as I am able to be with because I’m a member of SHBA. Membership in the Association and using that membership can open many doors for you and in many cases by pass the “gate keeper.” My involvement with SHBA this year will afford me the opportunity to network with 20 other couples away from the office at Kokanee Springs Resort in August. What did this cost me? 1 hour of my time a month over the past 6 months. Not much spent to get a weekend vacation away from business and the chance to meet new people that could turn into customers, is it? If you want to find out more on how you can make the most of your membership, call Membership Director Bill Taylor or Member Relations Manager Gerardette Sager (509)532-4990 or call me Shaun Bleeker, owner Bonded Adjustment Company and your 2010 Membership Committee Chair / Director (509) 624-5181. Make a difference in your business and get the most of your membership … get involved.

BUILDERS OVERVIEW

By Shaun Bleeker


RECRUITING

GRANT COUNT UPDATE: On June 15th over 50 Chapter Members & Guests enjoyed smoked on-site Pulled Pork from Steve Fesler and the crew from Central Washington Concrete at the Backyard BBQ at E&E Insulation East. State Representatives Bill Hinkle & Judy Warnick, Grant County Commissioner Carolann Swartz and Candidate for Sheriff Tom Jones addressed the crowd and met one on one with members. Member received an update on I-1082 and we collected another 30 signatures during the dinner. Members were reminded of the Grant County Festival of Homes scheduled for October 8-10 and to let staff and other members know if they have a home they’d like to promote during the Festival.

TRI COUNTY UPDATE:

Grant County Commissioner Carolann Swartz and State Representative Judy Warnick

Members were treated to an open discussion with Builder & Associate Members from the Spokane area on best practices and how to maintain focus during the current economy. Corey Condron, Condron Homes, Dennis Crapo, Diamond Rock Construction, Phil Folyer, Morse Western Homes and Leonard Terzenbach, Bell-Anderson insurance discussed openly those important issues. Russ Vaagen, Vaagen Bros. Lumber made an open invitation for members to attend an open house on July 25th. More information to follow. In general, he hopes to see activity pick up for home builders in the coming months. “Everybody is wishing for a quick recovery for the home building industry,” Vaagen said. “The sooner the recovery, the better it is for everybody.”

CWC Crew work their Pork Magic

Grant Co Title Crew listen to Rep. Hinkle

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DEACON BAND

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GARTH TRIMBLE

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COREY CONDRON

CONDRON HOMES

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FOUR OTHERS TIED

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United Rentals, Airgas, ProBuild, Twin Firs Turf, and E & E Insulation

MEMBERS DOING BUSINESS WITH MEMBERS Spokane Frame gets gigs making rigs for Copper Creek

After becoming a member of the Spokane Home Builders Association four years ago, Copper Creek Landscaping owner Matt Barton was told by friends in the industry to talk to another new-at-the-time member, Spokane Frame and Auto’s Bryan Long. Since then, the Mead landscaping company that specializes in high-end residential projects has bought three rigs from Long’s operation. Spokane Frame, which also is in the Mead area, specializes in reconstruction and repair of Chevrolet/General Motors vehicles. Copper Creek has bout a 2007 one-ton truck, a 2008 3/4 –ton truck, and a DeNali. With crews working at full strength this summer, Barton said he’s considering buying another rig from Spokane Frame. “He’s 10 minutes from here, and he’ll come here to fix problems,” Barton said. “He’s even come up onto job sites when we’ve had a problem.” Spokane Frame has been a SHBA member for three years.

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MEMBERS IN

ACTION>>>

Builders Hall of Fame Gala and Reception

Nancy McLaughlin and Michael Cathcart

Harlan Douglass

Edie Streicher

Kevin Parker

Hall of Famers

Clyde Haase and Jay Alderson

May 13, 2010, Davenport Hotel

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BUILDERS OVERVIEW

Al French


Showcase of Green Homes VIP Night July 17, 2010

John Scandalis, Jason Wheaton, Ben Scandalis

Showcase home exterior

George White, Jay Alderson

Greg and Janice Britton

David Chavez, Keven Martinez, Terry Wiyrick

Chris Bornhoff, Marianne Guenther

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The Home hurts no longer

Extreme Team, Remodeler’s Council team up to renovate woman’s kitchen, living room

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nce again the members of the Spokane Remodelers Council teamed up with the KXLY Extreme Team to make a difference in the life of a deserving member of the community in the “Where Does Your Home Hurt?” Contest. Vicki Faughender, a widow, who gives so much to her community by serving in second hand shops and by impacting the elderly by cutting and styling their hair was nominated by her brother at the Premier Home Improvement Show sponsored by Pro-Build because her kitchen was in dire need of some attention. It was outdated, the floor was sagging due to some past water damage, and because of a poor design it was almost too small for one person to cook. Also, in the kitchen was an oversized opening that led to the old garage. The garage had been converted into a living space but due to the lack of proper insulation and lack of heat, the temperature in the room would be very cold in the winter. Also, the opening was too big for a door and the only thing Vicki could do to keep the cold out was seal the space using a heavy drape. The Remodelers Council and the Premier Home Improvement Show Committee selected Vicki after reviewing over a hundred applicants. After she was asked what she would like to see in her new kitchen she replied with a humble response, “I would really love it if you could fix my sagging floor.” Well the team did much more than that. With the generous donations of over 50 companies not only was her kitchen transformed into a work of art, her living room was completely updated in four days. With teams of Allure Construction and Clow Construction leading the charge, the house was taken down to the bare studs then rebuilt with new insulation and drywall. The Kitchen Place created a beautiful layout of all new cabinets, River City Solid Surface added with new LG Hi Macs countertops, Prudential Building Center donated all new appliances, Great Floors put down all new vinyl and continued with carpet throughout the living rooms and hallways, and Country Homes Building Supply started with a door to block off the garage and continued on with a complete lumber and trim package. Finally at 6:00pm on day four, as members of the finishing crew were exiting out the back, Mark Peterson of KXLY led Vicki through her New Phantom Screen Door into her beautifully remodeled home. The members and staff of the Spokane Home Builders Association and the Remodelers Council would like to extend our deepest thanks to everyone who gave their time and money to make a difference in our community.

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After

Thank you again to the generous donors of the “Where Does Your Home Hurt? Project! The Premier Home Improvement Show Committee The Remodelers Council KXLY Extreme Team ABCO Recycling Accent Resurfaces Action Drain & Rooter Plumber Alderson Contracting Alexandria Molding Alliance Door Products Allure Construction Armstrong Arrow Contracting and Cardinal Supply Atchley’s Hauling Inc Builders Etc. Clow Construction Country Homes Building Supply Cronin Del Thorson Construction Dominion Electric Everhart First Team Construction Great Floors GT Paint & Coatings Inland Empire Drywall Inter Mountain West Insulation LG Surfaces Louli Designs

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Maas Electric, Inc. Mackin & Little Maid Brigade Mishler ‘s Chimney and Masonry MTJ Distributors-Firefly Lighting Phantom Screens Prudential Building Center R&R Heating Ralph Nafzgar Remodel Spokane Magazine Ritters River City Solid Surface Rodda Spokane Hardware Supply Evergreen Building Products The Engraver The Kitchen Place Tradesman International Velux Zerorez Aloha Island Grill Bellisima Bruchis Eggers Meats Java Hut Northern Quest Resort Petite Chat Village Bakery Spokane Spice Co.


REMODELERS COUNCIL

THOUGHTS

of a construction-related business owner in a semi-seasonal environment

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ring on the sunshine! In my opinion, one of the best features of Spokane is that there are truly four full seasons. There’s nothing better than sipping cocoa by a fire after skiing in winter, a hike during late spring with all of our stunning local fauna & flora, boating and swimming in summer, and picking pumpkins in the crisp, cool air of fall. Being an outdoorsman, my favorite season has always been fall.

4.Spring typically has more activity as our senses are renewed and

That is, until the last two recordbreaking snowy winters. It has made the reign of summer sun seem far too meager. Our mild winter this year was more than welcome after the last two; however, the after effects of such a winter seemed to bring unusual wind and rain storms this spring – further deepening my dislike of the worst of the seasons (to me). And as the old adage goes: make hay while the sun shines. It is my fourth summer of being selfemployed, and despite the economy, I have always noticed that our industry is usually bustling away from June to August in our neck of the woods. Even though a majority of remodeling is typically done indoors, many of my customers still prefer to have the work completed when it’s nice outside. This has to be one of my biggest frustrations and learning curves, but I have come to understanding this dogma for a number of reasons:

So as a construction-related business owner in a semi-seasonal environment, constant work and revenue is necessary to avoid a number of things, like drastic profit margins during peak seasons, layoffs (never enjoyable and increase your tax rate), high stress, and the like. Having grown a company from 0 employees in 2007 to 5 in 2010, all during the “Great Recession,” I have been asked countless times: “how did you do it?” And, “that’s unheard of.” The typical verbal answer at the time of the questioning was probably some unintelligible jargon, but when I analyze my business, what is the answer?

1.Summer has long held the senti-

ment of “work hard, play hard” across all walks of activities: mowing the lawn, cleaning, honey-do lists, etc.; so why wouldn’t that be the same for remodeling? In an area of four brief seasons, summer is the time to “ get ‘er done.” By comparison, fall is spent preparing for winter, finishing any of the last tasks around the house, and relaxing. Winter is spent working hard and surviving. Spring renews our energies in preparation for the long days of summer.

2.Fall, winter, and spring are times when kids are at school. Though it may seem counterintuitive that this would be a better time to remodel, I’ve actually found the opposite to hold true. Children have schedules, events, extracurricular activities, and the like — disrupting

this fragile family schedule is likely during a remodel and can be compared with a disaster waiting to happen. 3.Fall & winter are full of family-oriented Holidays, and a lot of money is spent on gifts and other festivities . . . it just doesn’t make sense to have an unfinished project during this time.

our customer’s wallets are filled with fresh dollars, courtesy of Uncle Sam tax returns.

5.Summer: with exception to two major Holidays, the kids are out of school, the weather is good, and it’s the general time to get work done.

As a young entrepreneur with a highly-flexible operation, the answer was easy. Diversify. Be creative. Think outside the box. Be flexible. Think & stay positive. Do good and good will come to you. Sell an image, not just a service. I.e.: shovel/plow snow in winter, and sell the idea to your customer that putting off that small bathroom remodel until October is better because you can devote more time, or give them a discount. Some of my, ahemm, ‘older’ Contractor competition, with years of experience in the trenches may not think that my philosophy for success would work for an established business. But I think the key is being open-minded, which allows for a substantial amount of additional brain storming and idea generating —ultimately leading to resolution of staying busy all four seasons. To their credit, there was probably a bit of the luck/tireless energy/standard new business owner dedication elements involved. Maybe it is again counterintuitive to relay our limited success secrets, but hopefully my competition can take something beneficial away. More selling equates to more money transferring, money transferring equates to a better market, and that is music to everyone’s ears. Remembering that 9 of 10 people still have job (overall, that is – construction is obviously a hard-hit industry) is important to note – because selling your business is the key to restoring the market and staying busy all four seasons. Oh, and make hay while the sun shines! By Isaiah Clow

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EVENTS

The Festival Frenzy & The Shining Showcase! I

t’s Festival FRENZY time and already we’ve seen

the highest percentage of early builder sign-ups in the show’s 6 year history! We have 14 builders and 28 homes currently contracted with more sure to come. These builders will be taking advantage of a $50,000 marketing campaign and the PROVEN marketing vehicle to promote their quality building techniques and products available to the public in 2010! Builder entry fees include full page profiles in the glossy showguides, virtual tours on the well- visited website www.SpokaneFestivalOfHomes.com, ¼ page profiles in the Spokesman Tab delivered to over 100,000 Spokane County readers, and much, much more! The FRENZY doesn’t stop with the builders as members are taking advantage of the sponsorship opportunities leverage member dollars to gain more marketing value than ever in this 6th Annual Event! You can STILL show your Association support, leverage your marketing dollars, and still gain opportunities to get your company in front of thousands as a special Sponsor of the 2010 Fall Festival of Homes! Contact Marketing Director Katherine Morgan at 532-4990 or kmorgan@shba.com TODAY!

5 Host Sites this year! Many thanks to the following Sponsors for their support of this 2010 show! Presenting Sponsor:

Associate Sponsors: Bank of America Home Loans Tomlinson Coldwell Banker Ferguson LeafGuard

Friends of the Industry: Banner Bank Bekins Montana Stone Gallery Tour Factory Spokesman Review Fall Festival of Homes Awards Night Sponsor: Bell-Anderson Agency Inc.

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here is no mistaking it – people love a home show and with that, thousands were dazzled and amazed by the grand return of the 2010 Showcase of Homes dressed in GREEN this year! The show featured the most extraordinary green features in six Energy Star® & Built Green® Certified homes. Set in the beautiful Greenstone Development of The River District in Liberty Lake, over 350 guests attended the beautiful Awards Night to officially open the show, and there was much cause for celebration! The Spokane Home Builders Association successfully conducted its first single-site show after a 6 year absence and it proved to inspire and dazzle all who came. At print time, two of the six homes had sold, with 4 more still available. Visit www.SpokaneShowcaseOfHomes. com for virtual tours!

It was an impressive and dificult feat to pull off this show in less than 6 months. Truly without the support of the following groups, this event would not have been possible:

Show Builders: Greenstone Homes Brent Peterson Construction Spokane Home Builders Association with Builders Etc as the General Contractor Victory Homes George White Homes

Show Sponsors:

Presenting: Northwest Energy Star Associate: Windermere Real Estate & DirectBuy Friends of the Industry: Avista & Built Green® Showguide: The Journal of Business VIP Night: Mountain West Bank Realtor Day: Guild Mortgage

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Show Committee:

Tanna St.Marie, Pacific Northwest Title, Chair Brady Kriegh, Pacific Northwest Title Candi Todd, Pacific Northwest Title Cindy Lee, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Diana Dauter, Lile Moving & Storage Drew Benado, Greenstone Homes Dustin Greenup, Greenup Homes Ed Jones, Keller Williams Realty Fritz Hille, Inland Professional Title Greg Britton, MetLife Home Loans Jayson Hunnel, Greenstone Homes Joann Zyph, Century 21 Buetler & Associates Katherine Morgan, Spokane Home Builders Association Mary Payne, Mountain West Bank Patrice Genschorck, AmericanWest Bank Sue Baldwin, Avista Utilities Yvonne Terzenbach, Inland Professional Title BUILDERS OVERVIEW

By Katherine Morgan


OVERVIEW

ART”of the Trade

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In Remembrance of James “Jim” R. Stack, Stack Construction

J

ust what is an apprentice you ask? Simply put, an apprentice is someone who is learning a trade or occupation under a skilled worker. And who is that skilled worker? It could be you!

– but home construction’s product is long lasting, permanently situated, and publicly visible. It is a way to leave a mark, a heritage, a history of your own work, for future generations.

Apprenticeship programs combine on-thejob training (OJT) with related classroom instruction to  produce a qualified journeyperson that has no equal. While the concept of apprenticeship may seem like a new idea to some, people have been hiring apprentices for over two thousand years. Over time, this practice has proven itself to be an effective way for ambitious craftsmen to master a skill. In fact, the word “masterpiece” was the name given to the final example of his workmanship an apprentice would craft for his teacher at the completion of his training. If that example met the teacher’s approval, the apprentice’s education would be complete and he would then be considered a journeyman. Over the course of history, apprentices were integral in everything from fabricating armor, printing the earliest books and building castles throughout Europe.

Again, this is where you, the journey level worker, comes in. The journeyman who takes an apprentice under his wing benefits himself along with benefiting his “student.” He has the opportunity to share his own experiences and relive his many accomplishments as he prepares the apprentice for the future. And just as important, he will also be filled with pride as he watches his skills and personal techniques being passed on to future journey level workers which means a little bit of him gets passed on as well.

While the types of projects have changed through the centuries, the importance of apprenticeship has not. Today’s apprentice receives a well-rounded education through their related supplemental instruction courses, but it is up to you, the journey level worker, to help them develop and hone their skills through the on-the-job training we have all needed to become successful. Apprenticeship involves a two-way partnership: a worker who wants to learn, and an employer who needs skilled employees and is willing to assume the cost of workplace training. Your skills and knowledge not only make you a valuable asset to your company but they should also give you a sense of pride. Who hasn’t driven past a home that they helped to build and felt a powerful sense of accomplishment? Nobody – and rightfully so. There is a definite sense of fulfillment and completion in doing something that yields a physical finished product. Of course, there are many occupations that yield a product

Now, does all this mean that the apprentice will soon put you out of a job? On the contrary! Remember, you are the expert. You are the one your company relies on to get the job done on time and under budget. True, the apprentice earns less than you do, but that’s because he or she does not have your experience and talent. He or she will someday, but by then they will have graduated to journey level status. Then, one day, it will be his or her turn to pass along everything you have taught them to a future apprentice. How does all this affect you? The companies with the best-trained, most experienced workforce have an obvious advantage over their competition. These are the best companies to be a part of no matter what your role is because chances are they are going to be more successful. Employers, who participate in apprenticeship training, build trained and skilled employees ensuring the availability of a strong labor force and sustainable growth and success of their business. A trained, productive staff means fewer mistakes, less waste and lower costs. The completion of an apprenticeship program results in highly trained professionals who contribute noticeably to your bottom line and ensures a higher level of quality production and productivity. Their knowledge, skills and “hands on” experience

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enable them to develop a thorough understanding of your business needs and how best to meet them. The SHBA Apprenticeship Program is currently accepting applications for entry into the training program with formal instruction in the skilled craft of residential carpentry. Classes for the 2010-2011 training year begin on September 8th. Applicants selected into the program will earn while they learn with an association member, commonly referred to as a Training Agent, during the day and attend school one night a week and one Saturday a month. The related instruction an apprentice receives at the apprenticeship center prepares them to perform a variety of jobs that they are then able to perform on the construction worksite. Courses include footings and foundations, floor, roof, wall and stair framing, interior and exterior finishing, print reading, estimating, and construction safety rules, just to name a few The function of the training center is to provide novice learners wanting carpentry skills with intensive instruction in the trade as well as supplement the skills of the experienced carpenter. The training an apprentice receives serves as an excellent foundation for them to be an effective worker the first day on the job. Upon completion of the program, the journey level worker now possess all of the necessary skills of the trade that will enable them to provide for a good living for themselves and their families today and in the future. Applicants to the program must be at least 18 years of age, be a high school graduate or possess a GED, be physically able to perform the work of the trade, hold a valid driver license and have reliable transportation. Applications are available at the SHBA office Monday through Friday and are accepted between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. If you or someone you know would like additional information contact Kim at (509) 532-4990.

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FOCUS ON EDUCATION

FOCUS ON Business Management for Building Professionals

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Business Management for Building Professionals

Check-in: 7:30 am Session: 8:00 am—5:00 pm Location: SHBA Boardroom 5813 E. 4th Avenue Suite 201 Spokane Valley, WA 99212

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Discuss common business challenges and learn practical tips and tools to overcome them. Explain the three basic functional areas within a company.

List the five main tools used to improve a business.

Apply each of the 5 P’s to the three functional areas of the business.

Identify methods of recruiting, interviewing, training, and retaining quality personnel.

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Continuing Education Credit: CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGR, GMB, CSP, Master CSP, CMP, MIRM

Strategies and Techniques for Green Projects Instructor: Kris Alberti, CGP

Employ resource-efficient materials to achieve comfortable, safe and sustainable buildings.

8:00 am—5:00 pm

Strategize ways to meet, exceed and verify green building energy efficiency requirements.

Implement indoor and outdoor water conservation practices.

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Achieve indoor air quality.

Consider green building objectives in a remodeling project.

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Business Management: 6 AIA/CES

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The principles of energy, water and resource efficiency.

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Class work leading to the designation provides a solid background in green building methods and the tools to reach consumers and to provide marketdriven green building solutions to the home building industry. The CGP Designation Curriculum offers information on:

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Control moisture and durability for each component of the building envelope effectively.

If so, there are new federal regulations that took effect April 22, 2010 which may prevent you from performing your work. Under the United States CITY Environmental Protection Agencies Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) STATE ZIP Program, construction firms must apply for and receive EPA Certification to disturb paint as part of their work in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied PHONE facilities. In addition, all of these jobs must be supervised by Certified Renovators; specifically, FAX individuals who have completed an EPAaccredited, full-day training course. The training course is required for any contractor that is E-MAIL ADDRESS involved in any activity that will - or has the potential to - disturb six square feet of lead-based Please note: It is the policy of SHBA, BIAW & NAHB not to share or sell its e-mail addresses. paint in a room or 20 square feet on the exterior. The rule does not apply to minor maintenance or Registration Fees repair activities; however window replacement is not considered minor maintenance or repair. Includes course materials.

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Locate and design green building development sites.

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Learn how green homes provide buyers with lower energy costs and higher value. This 2-day course for building professionals discusses strategies for incorporating green-building principles into homes without driving up the cost of construction. You will learn how green homes provide buyers lower maintenance, better indoor air quality, and better long-term value. Techniques are also discussed for competitively differentiating your home products with increased indoor environmental quality as well as energy and resource efficiency.

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Apply the key measures of business performance to your own business.

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Learn the management skills that give industry leaders the edge. This course will give you a solid foundation in those practices so valuable to smaller businesses: planning, organizing, staffing/directing, and controlling. By using case studies and sample forms, your instructor will give you practical and applicable tools for management success.

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First Aid/CPR Certification— Training for Construction Personnel Every Second Counts in an Emergency

Check-in: 5:45 pm Session: 6:00 pm—9:00 pm

Did you know that all employers in Washington State, regardless of size, are required to have first-aid trained employees at their worksite?

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Location: Apprenticeship & Journeyman Training Center 2110 N. Fancher, Rm. 109 Spokane Valley, WA 99212

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The course book for this course will enable you to properly prepare your contracts with owners and subcontractors and teach you what is important and what is not. Accreditation: 3.5 RE Clock Hours: 3 Insurance CE Hours Designation Credit: CGA, CGB, CGR (must attend whole day)

Estimating

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14’x14’ roll-up doors plus two man-doors 24 hour use The space is heated and covered with concrete floors The complex itself is completely fenced with security access 24-hour camera surveillance Individual access codes per employee available 7-day-a-week management on site

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Spokane Home Builders Association 5813 E. 4th Avenue Suite 201 Spokane Valley, WA 99212

Payment and Cancellation Information Designation Credit: PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION. CANCELLATIONCGA, POLICY:CGB, 48 hoursCGR or more prior to the course—full refund. Less than 48 hours or failure to attend—liable for the entire fee.

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Use different types of estimates and ways to CVV2 CODE estimate.

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8:00 am—5:00 pm

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profits.

Value the importance of quality estimating.

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November 12, 2010

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Pre-Registration Required by November 4, 2010

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After this course you will have an appreciation of the importance of estimating, knowledge of how to create an estimating system and the Registration Fees ability to implement an estimating system.

(one form per attend

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Location: SHBA Boardroom 5813 E. 4th Avenue Suite 201 Spokane Valley, WA 99212

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Accreditation: 4 RE Clock Hours; 3 Insurance CE Hours

Gain the knowledge on how to prepare and utilize contract clauses that are designed to expeditiously and economically resolve disputes over payments, limit your warranties and liabilities, insure payment for change orders, and much more.

CITY

Lien Law—Contracts

Location: SHBA Boardroom 5813 E. 4th Avenue Suite 201 Spokane Valley, WA 99212

Set-up, file and foreclose your claim against a payment bond or retainage on any federal, state, county, or city public works project.

Learn how to develop winning bids and use estimates as a powerful business management tool. This course, for remodelers and small-tomid volume builders, addresses one of the toughest topics in building today—estimating!

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Lien Law: 8:00 am-12:00 pm Contracts: 1:00 pm-4:30 pm

Understand circumstances under which you must give a preliminary lien notice to the owner and/or general contractor.

Learn what to include (and avoid) in your contract with an owner or general contractor.

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Check-in: 7:30 am Session: 8:00 am—5:00 pm

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Additional Information

October 8, 2010

As a graduate of this course, you will:

By Phone 509-532-4990

Online www.shba.com

Lien Law/Public Works—8:00 am-12:00 pm

As a graduate of this course, you will:

To Register

By Mail 5813 E. 4th Ave. Suite 201 Spokane, WA 99212

Instructor: Larry Linville, Linville Law Firm

Construction Contracts—1:00 pm-4:30 pm

Additional Information

November 12, 2010

Instructor: Cary Butler—CAPS, CGR

By Fax 509-532-4980

Everything You Need to Know

Develop Winning Bids

COMPANY

Includes course materials. As a graduate of this course, you will be able to:

October 6, 2010

How to recognize and treat major bleeding, head injuries, back injuries, broken bones and bruises.

Learn how to prepare, record and foreclose a lien on a commercial or residential project.

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How to recognize and provide basic treatment for medical conditions like cardiac arrest, stroke, seizures, allergic reactions, asthma, and shock.

Become aware of the rules on who must send the notice, when, why and how.

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How to respond to typical emergencies when medical assistance is delayed.

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The fundamental principles, skills and knowledge of first aid and accident prevention.

(one form per attendee)

Pre-Registration Required

Lien Law and Public Works & Construction Contacts

Registration Information Estimating for

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In an emergency, time is measured in split seconds. Proper immediate response is crucial, and knowing what to do can make the difference between life and death, temporary disability or lifelong disability for the victim. This training can save lives – making it invaluable to you, your company and your co-workers. Learn construction-specific first aid, life-saving, and injury assessment techniques that are essential for all construction personnel. If there was an injury or medical emergency in your workplace – would someone be able to respond promptly?

As a graduate of this course you will learn:

First Aid/CPR Training October 6, 2010

Instructor: John Giampietri, EMT/Firefighter

Participants completing training will be issued a First-Aid/CPR certification card valid for two years. Adult, child & infant CPR will be incorporated.

Additional Information

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11018 East Sprague • Located in the Spokane Valley on Sprague between Bowdish and University.

Call 509-926-3000 for more information

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NEW MEMBERS

NEW

MEMBERS AMERICAN DRUG TESTING DBA SHANEL ENTERPRISES Allen Weeks 3 E 6th Ave Spokane, WA 99202-1314 (509) 747-8855 Spike: Aaron Gimmeson Employee Drug Screening BD DESIGN GROUP Brad Butler 2203 W Jackson Ave Spokane, WA 99205-3765 (509) 850-7597 Spike: Deacon Band Architectural Drafting & Design BULLDOG ROOTER Butch Jumalon 3714 E 5th Ave Spokane, WA 99202-5037 (509) 535-3447 Spike: Deacon Band Plumber/Rooter CAAR/CONSTRUCTION & ALL REMODELING Karen Miller 1602 E Center Rd Spokane, WA 99208-8517 (509) 468-9996 Spike: Leonard Terzenbach Remodeling/Additions DESERT GRAPHICS, INC. Bonnie Frost 1626 West Broadway, Unit A Moses Lake, WA 98837-3948 (509) 765-8082 Spike: Garth Trimble Digital Printing/Logo Apparel GUILD MORTGAGE COMPANY Tom Flanigan 327 W 3rd Ave Spokane, WA 99201-5082 (509) 315-2020 Spike: Tanna St. Marie Home Loans IMPERIAL GUNITE POOLS Jennifer Kelson 7214 E 5th Ave Spokane Valley, WA 99212-0572 (509) 443-4272 Spike: Leonard Terzenbach New Gunite & Vinyl Pools, Rebuilding, Services & Repair LEAFGUARD BY BELDON ENTERPRISES Christianne Reid 15320 E Marietta Ave 22

Spokane Valley, WA 99216-1870 (509) 928-4111 Spike: Anthony Carollo Rain Gutter

NORTHWEST FENCE CO., INC. Brenda Blood 7488 N Government Way Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815-7739 (208) 772-8547 Spike: Corey Condron All Types of Fencing, Custom Iron, Automation PAINT CRAFTERS PLUS, INC. Kraig Barnes 16010 W Jade Ln Medical Lake, WA 99022-8527 (509) 244-1000 Spike: Shaun Bleeker Painting Contractor

LIBERTY CLOSING & ESCROW, LLC Mary Duncan 1421 N Meadowwood Ln Ste 100 Liberty Lake, WA 99019-7615 (509) 892-0300 Spike: Anthony Carollo Closing and Escrow Services

PREMIER BUILDING SYSTEMS John Vanderhoof 4609 70th Ave E Fife, WA 98242-3711 (253) 926-2020 Spike: Maria Nilles Mfg/Distribute Structural Insulated Panels (Green Building Product)

LIVING WATER LAWN & TREE CARE Duke Starkey 6925 E Bigelow Gulch Rd Spokane, WA 99217-9625 (509) 487-3439 Spike: Corey Condron Lawn & Tree Spray Service

SHELDON CONSULTING Rick Sheldon 8359 Westview Dr Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815-7026 (208) 772-7474 Spike: Jay Alderson 3-Party Verifier, Energy Star

MAPLETON COMMUNICATIONS/RADIO SPOKANE Ron Hren 1601 E 57th Ave Spokane, WA 99223-6623 (509) 448-1000 Spike: Jay Alderson Radio Communications-Seven Spokane Radio Stations

SOVEREIGN EXTERIORS, LLC Derek Sovereign 1410 W Yaquina Dr Post Falls, ID 83854-5190 (208) 755-0917 Spike: Tara Malik Siding & Decks

MARSON & MARSON LUMBER, INC. Ken Marson PO Box 218 Leavenworth, WA 98826-0218 (509) 548-5829 Spike: Keith Lenssen Lumberyard, Roof Truss Plant & Design Center

SPOKANE LIGHTING & DESIGN Bob Billmire 1012 N Washington St Ste B Spokane, WA 99201-3207 (509) 344-4001 Spike: Brad Spears Lighting & Design

MDI MARKETING Mark Keas 1618 W Dean Ave Spokane, WA 99201-1825 (509) 624-9659 Spike: Corey Condron

SPOKANE SUNSCREEN Rick Johnson 27 E Main Ave Spokane, WA 99202-1619 (509) 328-4015 Spike: Leonard Terzenbach Custom Window Tinting

MILIONIS HOMES, LLC Steve Milionis 6209 S Dearborn Rd Spokane, WA 99223-1723 (509) 710-0625 Spike: Garth Trimble Custom Builder N-HANCE WOOD RENEWAL Eric Cox 19107 E Riverside Ave Spokane Valley, WA 99016-9694 (509) 328-9663 Spike: Brad Spears Renew Wood Cabinets, Floors & Trim in One Day BUILDERS OVERVIEW

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RETURNING MEMBERS

RETURNING

MEMBERS

Spokane Ditch & Cable, Inc. Western Construction Products 10 - 14 years: AAA Sweeping Abtek Acoustics, Inc. ACI Coatings, LLC All City Contracting, Inc. 40 - 45 years: Alpine Home Products Valley Bestway Building Supply Andrews Mechanical, Inc. 30 - 34 years: Banner Bank Baker Builders C.P.I. Inland Professional Title, LLC Comfort Mechanical Contractors, Inc. 25 - 29 years: Complete Htg & Sheet Metal, Inc. Condron Homes, LLC Customized Cable Services, Inc. Drywall Specialties Danco Homes, Inc. Gordon Finch Homes, Inc. D’Angelo’s Wood Floors, Inc. 20 - 24 years: Environment West, Inc. Cascade Cable Constructors, Inc. Evco Sound & Electronics, Inc. Gene George Construction Everhart Painting Limited Larry Decker Painting GSI Glass-Deer Park Window & Doors Hollen Construction Co. 15 - 19 years: Inland Fixture Co., Inc. Allstar Glass Company Inland Tree Service, Inc. American Ironworks & Erectors, Inc. Bud’s & Doug’s Mobile Home Svc, LLC In-Line Framing & Gen’l Contr., Inc. Intermountain Supply, Inc. Craftsmen Construction, Inc. J. Noyola Construction, Inc. Empire Foundations, Inc. Jahns Pipe Construction Inland Roofing & Supply, Inc. KM Quincy Construction J & G Forms, Inc. Labarge Drywall KACI General Contractor Lang Roofing Company Linoleum & Carpet City, Inc. Lengco Construction, Inc. Rainman Seamless Rain Gutters MJM Grand, Inc. Ripley’s Plumbing, Inc. Motley-Motley, Inc. Scoty’s Electric

MTM Contractors, Inc. Nolan Heating & Air, Inc. Northwest Trends of Spokane P & J Contractors Pacific Insurance Agency, Inc. Pope’s Plumbing Quality Floors & Interiors Quincy Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Sherman Rock & Concrete Sims Glass, Inc. Sunrise Trucking & Contracting, Inc. Warehouse Carpets dba Gina’s Design Corner Wells & Company Wilson Electric, Inc. Windsor Plywood Ziegler Lumber Company 5 - 9 years: AAA Cabinets & Millwork Accent Stove & Spa Agee Electric, Inc. Air Design Htg & AC/Barton’s Fireplace Shoppe API Drywall & Stucco, Inc. Artworks Spokane, Inc. Bathcrest of Custom Craftsman Black’s Painting Builders, Etc. California Commercial Investment Group Clean Right Co. Dieter Construction Empire Construction Express Building Supply, Inc. Fiber Net, Inc. Frederick’s Group, Inc. Furnace Store, LLC Geologic Drill Explorations, Inc. Half Moon Construction & Leasing, Inc. Handyman Connection Huppin’s

K Wilder Construction, LLC King’s Cleaning Crew Kyle Marsh Construction Mario & Son, Inc. Marlin Windows McDaniel Custom Homes, Inc. Morse Western Homes Mountain West Bank Northwest Marble Products, Inc. Perrenoud Roofing Petrie & Sons, Inc. RD White General Contractors Safeguard Business Printing Screening Enterprises, LLC (Phantom Screens) Signs For Success Skaug Brothers, Inc. Stewart Title of Spokane Stolz Incorporated The Pallet Place, Inc. Tom Murphy Masonry, LLC Whipple Consulting Engineers 2 - 4 years: Action Materials Allied Security, Inc. Alpha Electric Authentic Restoration Services, Inc. Bartholomew Pump Service, Inc. Bonded Adjustment Company Brown Family Builders, LLC Centerline Construction & Design Central Washington Concrete CertaPro Painters Creative Touch Masonry, LLC Gorton Construction Green Global Enterprises Greenup Development, Inc. Hard Rock Stone Co.

ISU Insurance Services - Connor & Kelly K Wilder Construction, LLC King’s Cleaning Crew Kyle Marsh Construction Mario & Son, Inc. Marlin Windows McDaniel Custom Homes, Inc. Morse Western Homes Mountain West Bank Northwest Masonry Enterprises, LLC Premier Roofing Contractors Pro Cut Concrete Cutting Spokane, Inc. R R & K Construction Richard E Gilleran, Attorney At Law Riversdale Builders, LLC Steve Drake Painting, Inc. T.F.B., Inc. Timbertech, LLC Westone Plumbing Window Replacement Systems, Inc. Wishing Star Foundation First Year Renewals: Affordable Roofing Spokane, Inc. Bonded Builders Warranty Group Century 21 Beutler & Associates Charlie’s Water & Fire Restoration/Carpet Chicago Title Insurance Co. Custom Home Technologies Dan Dawson Construction, Inc. F.M.I. Sales, Inc. First Quality Roofing, Inc. Greater Spokane Incorporated Henderson Roofing O’Donnell Enterprises, Inc. Payne Financial Group Reality Homes, Inc. Steve Krum Construction, LLC Surewood Custom Cabinets, Inc.


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