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  • July 30, 2021 10:37 AM | Anonymous

    Building North Central Washington, a Non-Profit trade association focused on Promoting and Protecting Small Business with an emphasis on the Construction Industry, is currently seeking a person to fill their Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position.  The ideal candidate should be a strong leader, that is energized by our Vision and Core Values.  This position will report directly to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for all areas of the Association.

    • Manage the daily operations, hire, train and provide strong leadership to the staff.
    • Ensure short-and long-term financial goals of the Association.
    • Plan, formulate and recommend to the Board of Directors, basic policies and programs which will further the objectives of the Association.  
    • Exceptional team building and interpersonal skills with a proven track record of success in sustaining and growing membership.
    • Experience in cultivating relationships and/or partnerships with Local and State Agencies to ensure the interests of the Association are realized. 
    • Oversee all BNCW Events including but not limited to the BNCW Home Tour and Remodeling Expo, BNCW Home Show, Golf Tournament, Auction, and monthly membership networking events.
    • Develop and maintain educational programs to advance the professional skills of the membership, operating within budget and program objectives.
    • The candidate chosen for this position will become the voice and face of the organization. We are looking for someone who’s personal life is positive, in order and balanced as they will be the keystone to our organization.
    • An Employee Background Check will be required for the final candidates.

    For a complete job description visit www.bncw.org.  This position includes a full benefits package including Medical Insurance and PTO- Salary range of $70,000-$80,000 DOE.  BNCW is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please submit cover letter and resume today to amy@buildingncw.org


  • June 28, 2021 11:38 AM | Anonymous

    Job Description: Glazier - Hiring Immediately - Willing to Train

    The Glass Works has been in business since 1996. We are a family owned and operated business that takes pride in our excellent quality workmanship and service to our customers. We have immediate openings for reliable and experienced glaziers who are looking for a position in which they can continue to advance.

    Requirements for Window Installer/Glazier Position Include:

    • Commercial and Residential Installation of:                                                                                  Heavy Glass Enclosures, Windows, Mirrors/Glass, Retro Fit, Deck Railing
    • Light Framing and Carpentry Skills
    • Knowledge of Measurements and Use of Tape Measure
    • Ability to Use Power Tools/Caulking
    • Excellent Customer Skills
    • Punctual and Reliable
    • Efficient/Fast Learner
    • Follows all Safety Guidelines and Maintains Safe Work Areas
    • Ability to Drive to Jobsite Locations

    Job Type: Full Time Monday - Thursday 7am - 5pm Occasional Overtime

    Pay DOE: Federal Holiday Pay, PTO/Sick Pay

    Close Date: Open until Position Filled

    How to Apply: Email-Glassman49@nwi.net - Call 509-670-4186                                  

  • January 05, 2021 7:35 PM | Deleted user

    If your building permit is submitted on or after Feb 1, 2021, it must meet the requirements of 2018 WSEC-R. You may also need to refer to the International Mechanical Code - WA Amendments and/or the International Residential Code - WA Amendments.

    If your building permit is submitted before Feb 1, 2021, it must meet the requirements of 2015 WSEC-R.

    Commercial Permits submitted on or after Feb 1, 2021, must meet the requirements of 2018 WSEC-Commercial.

    Options for Code Compliance:

    The 2018 WSEC-R provides the following compliance options:

    R402.1.1 Prescriptive Path: The simplest approach that allows for unlimited glazing in most cases. Use the single family worksheet for single family, townhomes and additions. Use the multifamily R2 worksheet for low rise multi-family corridor or non-corridor buildings up to three stories. This path also requires compliance with R406 fuel and energy credits.

    R402.1.4 Total UA Alternative Approach Component Path: This approach is rarely used, especially when the glazing to floor area exceeds 15%. This path also requires compliance with R406 fuel and energy credits.

    R405 Simulated Performance Alternative Path: WSU is not aware that this approach has ever been used. The path relies on energy simulation computer program modeling software. To date, WSU has not identified software that meets the energy simulation software requirements. If you are interested in using this compliance path approach, please contact us at energycode@energy.wsu.edu to discuss this issue before submitting permit forms.

    R406 Additional Energy Efficiency Requirement: These requirements are based on energy and fuel credits required in WSEC-R. Use the single family and multifamily prescriptive worksheets.

    R407 Passive House Path: This new compliance path in the 2018 WSEC-R allows certified Passive House projects to achieve compliance with WSEC-R. There are requirements for documentation at plan review and final site inspection. See Passive House Northwest for more information.

    New 2018 Code Compliance Calculator: This new compliance tool is designed for both R402.1.1 (prescriptive) and R4021.4 (UA Component) paths. It includes the glazing calculator and simple heating system sizing all in one worksheet. This tool can also calculate Efficient Building Envelope Options 1.3 – 1.6 using the % UA reduction in R402.1.1 path, in lieu of using the specific measure receipts highlighted below. This option in this new tool provides more flexibility to optimize energy credits, based on custom envelope measures. WSU is completing testing of this tool, which should be available in 2021.

    BNCW will create a collection of Permit Application Documents available to all of our site visitors. 

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