The Builders Association October 2020 Membership Meeting

The Builders Association of eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania will convene for its next membership meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 7. The meeting will be held at the Avalon Grand Resort in Warren, Ohio and is set to begin at 4:30 p.m.

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Ohio EPA’s Compliance Assistance Conference has gone virtual and is currently taking place Sept. 21 through Oct. 8, 2020.

There’s no need to travel – sit back, relax, and enjoy a front-row seat while we bring the experts to you. Although our methods may have changed, Ohio EPA remains committed to assisting businesses, communities, and environmental professionals with their environmental compliance needs.

Our FREE 2020 Virtual Compliance Assistance Conference provides daily interactive sessions focused on compliance with air, waste, and water regulations, strategically and conveniently spaced over three consecutive weeks.

This virtual conference provides:

  • Live-streamed interactive keynote sessions U.S. EPA Region V Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Division’s Michael Harris
  • Interactive regulatory presentations and panel discussions with Ohio EPA’s inspectors, permit writers, and management;
  • Opportunities to earn Continuing Education Credits;
  • Opportunities to meet virtually with compliance staff for Q&A;
  • Chance to converse with your peers, industry leaders, and stakeholders; and
  • Much more…

Get ready to embark on a new learning adventure. There is no cost to participate in Ohio EPA’s 2020 Virtual Compliance Assistance Conference. Below is a link to additional information with a new interactive agenda. If you missed the first week of our conference, these session presentations and recordings will soon be posted on the conference website.

Registration, agenda, and additional information

In the ever-changing landscape that is the battle against the novel coronavirus, the CDC and OSHA have published workplace guidelines, and also recommend individual companies develop their own “infectious disease preparedness and response plan” to lower the risk of COVID-19 exposure and spread on construction sites Read more

The Builders held the Annual Golf Outing at the fabulous Trumbull Country Club this year. Golf teams were greeted with a beautiful day on the links complemented by sunshine and clear skies.

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How To Choose The Right General Contractor

If you’ve ever been involved with a commercial construction project, you can probably appreciate the important role of a commercial general contractor. Whether you’re renovating an office building or planning a new construction facility, the right contractor can make all the difference.

→ Download Our Directory & Buyers Guide to Find Find Architects, Engineers, Associations, Agencies and Builders Members

As a business owner or project manager, you don’t want to spend countless hours studying building codes and zoning regulations, or chasing down permits throughout the various stages of construction. That’s where the general contractor comes in. Their job is to oversee and coordinate the wide range of tasks and responsibilities required for the successful completion of the project.
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The Ohio Department of Health issued mandatory requirements for face coverings in certain high-risk counties.  Trumbull County is one of the counties included in the initial order.

Please use the following link to view the actual order:  https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/publicorders/Directors-Order-Facial-Coverings.pdf   

As a result of the Order, The Builders will be adhering to the requirements and anyone entering our Office building will be required to wear a face covering.

 

Adolph

Client: Social Security Administration

Adolph Johnson & Son Co. Relies on New Materials, Time-Tested Skills. Paul Johnson sees the new Social Security Administration office in downtown Youngstown as more than a design-build project. It’s a symbol that Youngstown is on the right path to revitalizing its downtown area.

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Lencyk Masonry

Client: D.D. & Velma Davis Education & Visitors Center, Youngstown Community School, and Newton Falls K-6 Elementary School

Larry Lencyk has his company’s logo prominently displayed on several pieces of his heavy equipment. For those who know the owner of Lencyk Masonry Company, Inc., it’s clear that this promotion is not because he wants to see his name in lights. “I want people to know that when they see that name, they get service.” Read more

Stitle

Not many towns in Ohio can boast about the quality of its community center like Salem, Ohio can. And when brothers Jerry and Jim Stitle drive past the campus-like facility, they are proud of their town’s gem for more reasons than others. Read more

stevens masonary

Stevens Masonry’s dedication and professionalism gives one high school an award-winning facility

It may have been the largest project in this small western Pennsylvania town in 80 years. It may have cost a whopping $50 million to local taxpayers. And for one group of alumni – it was a chance to prove itself on its old stomping grounds.

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