The membership of The Builders Association represents a diverse group of talented men and women, who work in the field and offices of our region’s construction community, everyday. Labor Day is an excellent time to thank each and every one of you for your hard work and dedication all year long.

Did you know that Ohio recognized Labor Day as a well-deserved holiday four years before the federal government did? Check out this brief historical article about Ohio and Labor Day.

On behalf of the Builders Association staff and officers, I wish all of our members and their families a happy and safe Labor Day weekend!

 

1st place team, Mike Kapics, Josh Toot, Dan Schavone Jr., & Griffin Todd

Outstanding weather complemented sell-out attendance at this year’s Builders Association Annual Golf Outing. Held at The Avalon @ Squaw Creek on Monday, August 20, the scramble format was extolled by sunshine and camaraderie, as 31 teams competed for 1st place, hole prizes and a chance for a $10,000 hole-in-one prize.

Congratulations to the winning team of Mike Kapics, Josh Toot, Dan Schiavone Jr. and Griffin Todd of Hill, Barth and King LLC.

Second Place went to Jim Santini, Jason Santini, Larry Stacey and Rodney Ramsey of Santini Builders Inc.

Hill, Barth and King’s Nick Odille, Sean Williams, Carl Greenaway and Kevin Dahl won third place.

The Combined team from Boak and Sons Roofing and Farmers National Bank of Chris White, Brandon Libert, Breen Bannon and John Petrony was awarded the most honest.

Rick Vesey of Connell Inc. was our raffle drawing’s grand prize winner. Rick won a set of golf clubs, including woods, irons, and a bag.

1st Place, putting contest: Mike Mann

Those earning skill contests are as follows:

  • Mike Mann of ER Hart won the title of the best putter and a new Garmin Watch.
  • Closest to the pin: Jim Breese, Jeremy Smith, Greg Kazee and Chris Durkin.
  • Closest to the pin on the second shot: Greg Evans, Kim Phillip, and Mark Gill.
  • Longest Putt: Kevin Dougherty, Jim Santini, Angelo Solis and Tom Hutch.
  • Longest Drive: Dave Eyester, Greg Tisone, Jeremy Smith and Griffin Todd.
  • Straightest Drive: Greg Strollo and Bill Hoodin.
  • Shortest Drive: Nate Shellico.

Unfortunately, we did not have a winner of the $10,000.00 cash prize for the hole in one, which was sponsored by Neil Smith of Huntington Insurance.

The Builders Association expresses its gratitude to ANCORA for providing prizes for the first, second and third place teams and the most honest place participants, and to Hill, Barth and King LLC for sponsoring the putting contest.

The Builders Association is also grateful for the donations provided by Bodine Perry LLC, BeneSys Inc., Yurchyk & Davis CPA’s, Cowden Associates Actuaries and Consultants, And Co. Consulting, PNC Institutional Management, L. Calvin Jones, J.P. Marsh & Co. and for raffle prize donations provided by CompManagement, Bodine Perry LLC, Yurchyk and Davis and George Wilson Company.

Finally a special thanks to the Builders Association’s Golf Outing Committee of Jeff Donatelli, Sam Boak, Scott Froelich, Jeff Mason and George Johnson for making the 2018 Summer Golf Outing an enjoyable and eventful day.

Check out our Facebook page for a full album of this great annual event.

The Builders Association congratulates Diamond Steel Construction Company on its 90th anniversary as an active member of the region’s construction community.

The company was launched in downtown Youngstown in 1928 by Clarence Smith, Sr.. It is led today by company president Dave Collins, himself a legacy of the company’s origin. The company and its interesting history was recently highlighted by the Youngstown Business Journal.

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“Diamond Steel has skilled, qualified people with the right attitude and equipment to complete a job properly,” said Builders Executive Vice-President Kevin Reilly. “It’s a great formula for success, as they have illustrated for 90 productive years. We congratulate them on their milestone achievement.”

Diamond crews are experienced in erecting structural steel, assisting with building or plant repairs, erecting overhead cranes and handling concrete reinforcement assignments. The company is a signatory to various union labor national maintenance agreements, including the Ironworkers, Operating Engineers, Teamsters, Boilermakers and Millwrights.

Work is primarily done in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties in Ohio, but Diamond Steel also works in Western PA, Northern West Virginia, Cleveland, Toledo, and Southern Michigan.

Congratulations!

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The Builders Association congratulates two of our members – Joe Dickey Electric and Hively Construction Company – for being honored by the Better Business Bureau of Mahoning Valley as 2018 Torch Award for Marketplace Trust winners.

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About TEMA
TEMA Roofing Services is a commercial, industrial roofing company. The family-owned and operated company is established, successful, and growing. To be more specific, because of the strength of TEMA’s family-owned operations, the company is established, successful, and growing.
Members of The Builders Association and the AIA of Eastern Ohio had a memorable evening of tasting, touring and talking recently, when both organizations gathered at the L’uva Bella Winery in Lowellville, Ohio.

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