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May 2015 BBAM Magazine - HBA of Southeastern Michigan
BUILDING
MAY 2015
Business & Apartment Management
VOICE OF THE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN AND APARTMENT ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN
SINGLE FAMILY & MULTIFAMILY
Laundry Room Innovations
GE PROFILE HARMONY™ CLOTHES CARE SYSTEM
HBA RECEIVES ASSOCIATION EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR
➤ Showing Strength With HBA PAC . . . . . . . 4
➤ Northern Long-Eared Bat . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
➤ New Housing Permit Forecast . . . . . . . . . 5
➤ Gen Y - Engaging the Next Buyer . . . . . . . 7
➤ Preventing Eye Injuries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
➤ Advocacy Update. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
➤ News & Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
➤ Mid-Year Economic Forecast . . . Back Cover
MADE IN AMERICA/BUILT IN MICHIGAN
THESE COMPANIES MANUFACTURE OR SUPPLY AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTS. THOSE IN BLUE ARE MADE IN MICHIGAN.
ABC Warehouse Contract Sales
H.J. Oldenkamp Co.
Kathi Craft
888-222-1929, ext. 327
Contact us: 586-756-0600 [email protected] www.oldenkamp.com
CALL TODAY TO GET A GREAT DEAL ON PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED BY GE, KITCHENAID, WHIRLPOOL AND OTHER AMERICAN APPLIANCE MANUFACTURERS.
[email protected]
www.abcwarehouse.com
Andersen Windows & Doors
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DUPONT CORIAN®
MERILLAT CABINETRY
MICHIGAN MAPLE CHOP BLOCK
Jo’s Cleaning & Organizing Services, Inc.
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SHELVING AND STORAGE PRODUCTS DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
LET US ORGANIZE YOUR HOME AND OFFICE CLOSET SPACES
PROVIDING WINDOWS & DOORS TO AMERICAN HOMES FOR OVER A CENTURY
WITH THE INDUSTRY’S LEADING PRODUCTS IN DESIGN, PERFORMANCE & QUALITY.
Jo Golda 810-241-1622 [email protected] www.josorganizing.com
www.andersenwindows.com
James Reidy 734-341-5041
[email protected]
Rick Stiles 810-397-2962
PROVIDING BEST-IN-CLASS DESIGN CONCEPTS, PRODUCTS
AND SERVICES THAT WILL CREATE SPACES IN THE HOME
PEOPLE WILL LOVE.
[email protected]
ASA Builders/ASA Cabinets
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KSI - Kitchen & Bath Showrooms
DOORS, BIFOLDS, SHELVING & MORE
FULL LINE OF AMERICAN MADE KITCHEN CABINETS.
TIMBERLAKE, DECORA AND SCHROCK CABINETS.
Steven Shapiro 248-624-7400
[email protected] www.asabuilderssupply.com
Burke Agency Inc.
Mike Hitt 810-229-9554 • [email protected] www.ksikitchens.com
Mans Lumber and Millwork
LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1900, BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH
MICHIGAN’S BEST BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ONE-STOP SHOP FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS, SPECIALIZING IN CABINETS,
INTERIOR TRIM, FLOORING, WINDOWS,
ROUGH LUMBER AND ENGINEERED TRUSSES & PANELS.
Doug Mans [email protected] Chris Mans [email protected]
1-800-TRY-MANS www.manslumber.com
248-669-2800
www.BurkeAgency.com
Pioneer Cabinetry
Crown Windows & Sunrooms
Visit our website to find a dealer near you:
www.pioneercabinetry.net
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MICHIGAN MADE VINYL WINDOWS, PATIO DOORS & SUNROOMS
ENCLOSURES & BATH SURROUNDS
STEEL & FIBERGLASS ENTRY DOORS
Larry Kepes 248-909-0222 [email protected]
Barry Goudsmit 248-613-9784 [email protected]
General Electric
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GE EMPLOYS 3,000 IN MICHIGAN AND 131,000 IN THE U.S.
GEOSPRING II HYBRID ELECTRIC WATER HEATER IS MADE AT GE
APPLIANCE PARK IN LOUISVILLE, KY IN A NEWLY RENOVATED $38 MILLION
MANUFACTURING PLANT USING LEAN SIX SIGMA METHODOLOGY. GE HAS
INVESTED $1 BILLION IN THEIR APPLIANCE BUSINESS AND CREATED 1,200
ADDITIONAL AMERICAN JOBS.
David Blair, Area Sales Manager
[email protected] www.buildwithge.com
PROUDLY MANUFACTURING MICHIGAN MADE KITCHEN
AND BATH CABINETRY FOR OVER 25 YEARS.
Tarnow Doors
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CLOPAY GARAGE DOORS
LIFTMASTER GARAGE DOOR OPENERS
DURASCREEN MOTORIZED SCREENS
Henry Tarnow 248-478-9060; [email protected]
David Patton 248/789-5574; [email protected]
Bud Helgemo 248/478-9060; [email protected]
Virginia Tile Co.
PROUDLY OFFERING AMERICAN-MADE TILE FROM AMERICAN OLEAN,
CROSSVILLE PORCELAIN STONE AND FLORIM USA.
Jim Dean 248-476-7850
[email protected] www.virginiatile.com
Weather King Windows & Doors
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VINYL WINDOWS & SLIDING DOORS INCLUDING TRIPLE GLAZED & R-5
ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOORS
STEEL & FIBERGLASS ENTRY DOORS
PAINTING & STAINING AVAILABLE
Matthew Ball 248-478-7788
[email protected] www.weatherkingdoors.com
Whirlpool Corporation
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Hansen Marketing Services, Inc.
We employ more U.S. workers than all of our major
competitors combined, including 4,000 knowledge workers
in Michigan at our World Headquarters
More than $7.4 billion spent annually to operate and invest in 9 U.S.
manufacturing plants employing approximately 15,000 employees.
FOR OVER 30 YEARS, PROUDLY BRINGING SPECIALTY BUILDING MATERIALS TO THE
MARKET AS A WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR, FEATURING MANY QUALITY PRODUCTS
MADE IN AMERICA.
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Contact Us: 800-552-4877
Wimsatt Building Materials
[email protected] www.
hansenmarketing.com
Robert Khoury, Market Manager - Eastern Michigan 407-622-9372
Robert J [email protected]
Distributor of quality steep slope & low slope roofing,
exterior cladding, windows & doors, and general building
materials, serving builders from three locations in Southeast Michigan.
800.497.9000 wimsattdirect.com [email protected]
BUILDING
Business &
Apartment Management
MAY 2015
FEATURES
9
Advocacy Update
Inside Front
Made In America/Built In Michigan
Electronic Eviction Notification, Elliott-Larsen Update
Use These Suppliers of American Made Products
10News & Events
Association Events for May and June
2
Laundry Room Innovations
For Single Family and Multifamily Homes
11The Ultimate Homearama® Honored
4 Showing Our Strength With HBA PAC
Comments by Norman Finkelstein, HBA President
5 Northern Long-Eared Bat
HBA Wins NAHB Association Excellence Award
11Classified Advertising
Comments by Michael Stoskopf, CEO
12 New & Renewing Members
5 New Housing Permit Forecast
12 Index of Valued Advertisers
7
Gen Y– Engaging The Next Home Buyer
Inside Back
Benefits of Belonging – Join Us!
HBA’s Spring General Membership Meeting
8
Preventing Eye Injuries At Work
Safety Guidelines For Property Managers
At HBA’s Spring General Membership Meeting on March
25, Ernie Martyniuk (left) of Consumers Energy, Bob
Veresan of DTE Energy and Bob’s wife, Katie Veresan.
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION
OF SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
PRESIDENT
Norman Finkelstein
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT
James Clarke
TREASURER
William Phillips
SECRETARY
Larry Cohen
IMMEDIATE PAST
PRESIDENT
Paul Aragona
VICE PRESIDENTS
David Compo
Rino Soave
Robert M. Tedesco
Ben Templeton
ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT
Katie Hallett
CEO — Michael C. Stoskopf
Outside Back
Mid-Year Economic Forecast – June 18
Helen Velas (center) of Eleni Interiors with Rex
Rosanhaus and Cathy Ferdon, both of Uniland Corp.
APARTMENT ASSOCIATION
OF MICHIGAN
PRESIDENT
Allen Amber
PAST PRESIDENTS
Robert Brody
Jeffrey Kaftan
Melvin Kaftan
George M. Nyman
CEO —
Michael C. Stoskopf
VICE PRESIDENTS
Cary Belovicz
Mitchell Bleznak
Jonathan R. Borenstein
Jay Brody
Kevin Dillon
Leslie Lewiston Etterbeek
Howard Jacobson
Warren Rose
J. Ronald Slavik
Shawn Stafford
Michael E. Tobin
NAHB Past Chair and HBA Past President Bob Jones (left),
Carole Jones, NAHB Professional Women in Building
President, both of Robert R. Jones Homes, and HBA Past
President Dan MacLeish of MacLeish Building Inc.
PUBLICATION CREDITS
PUBLISHER
Home Builders Association
of Southeastern Michigan
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Nancy Rozum
Gary Smith
EDITOR
Susan Adler Shanteau
ADVERTISING SALES
(248) 862-1016
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SINGLE FAMILY & MULTIFAMILY HOMES
Laundry Room Innovations
WRITTEN BY NANCY ROZUM
laundry while cooking dinner or putting the kids
for second floor laundries, mud rooms and linen
to bed is a convenience that will resonate with
closets in bathrooms. "Bosch has a 24" compact
most people," says Jennifer Schoenegge, GE
unit with a condensation dryer which doesn't
product manager. With a 5.1 cubic foot tub, the
require any venting," says Brett DesRosiers with
new washer has a 40 percent larger capacity than
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
the previous generation of top load washers and
in Troy. "It can dry five men's dress shirts in 15
has a stain removal guide that identifies four of the
minutes and the 2.2 cubic foot washer can fit 18
most common stains and automatically adjusts the
medium-size towels or a whole set of king-size
wash cycle to remove them. Another innovation
sheets," says Brett. On the other side of the size
GE debuted in 2014 was a dryer that can support
spectrum are the Energy Star qualified 4.5 cu. ft.
Innovation is eliminating many of the
aspects that used to make laundry a
chore, and turning it into an activity that
can be done while doing something
much more enjoyable
Whirlpool Duet Steam front load washer and 7.3
are stylishly allowing us to strap a computer
a venting length of 200 feet, making it easier to
which are both stylish and functional. "People
to our wrists. The advent of affordable three
move the laundry room to a more convenient
are putting a lot more thought into their laundry
dimensional printing may eventually find
location within a home, such as attaching it to a
rooms," says Adam Tillman with Kohler. They
consumers downloading and printing products
second-floor bathroom or a first-floor master suite.
are adding features like deeper and bigger sinks,
ASKO offers smaller size units that work well
with taller faucets that pull-down. These features
Whirlpool Front Loader.
T
echnology is continually evolving. Cars
will soon navigate the roads without
much help from drivers. Smartwatches
at home. Even the humble laundry room is being
option which allows you to wash and dry a small
load in the washer. "A fan activates and the clothes
tumble for up to 12 hours," says Brett.
Kohler offers utility sinks for the laundry room
for upper floor laundry rooms. "Vibration and
are user-friendly for the tasks people do in laundry
GE's new, high efficiency washer and dryer
noise are issues with most upper floor laundry
rooms." A stylish departure from the traditional
pair allows consumers to manage laundry tasks,
appliances," says Jim Miller with Trevarrow.
builder-grade utility sink is the Sterling Latitude™.
such as checking cycle status or adding time to
"ASKO products run smoothly and quietly and have
"We've had a lot of success with this model," says
the dry cycle, from their smartphones. Redesigned
good capacity." Most washing machines only have
Adam. "It's got a built-in ledge and a deep sink
to meet the new 2015 energy requirements, the
two internal legs. Asko's Quattro Pro system has
and comes with or without a stand." The stand
pair will be Wi-Fi compatible. Consumers will
four shock absorber legs that virtually eliminate
has steel legs with a silver finish and includes wire
be able to manage laundry tasks through GE's
vibration for quiet operation and longer life. ASKO
brackets that provide space for drying items. The
My Washer and My Dryer apps. "Checking on
washing machines have SensiSave sensors which
sink can also be top- or under-mounted.
shaped by technological innovations.
recognize the size of the laundry
On the commercial laundry side, Maytag has
load and adjust water levels and
recently introduced the Clothespin™ App. This
time accordingly, so they use
app allows residents to use their smart phones to
less water and energy when
pay for their laundry, remotely check for available
washing smaller loads. "ASKO
washers and dryers, and receive a notification
also has some nice accessories
when their laundry cycles are complete. The app
such as pull-out shelves where
accepts MasterCard and Visa payment cards and
you can fold clothes, pull-out
is available for both Android and iPhone devices.
baskets for storage, and a pull-
GE’s Top Loader.
2
cu. ft. dryer. The washer features the FanFresh®
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Convenient payment systems are a growing
out ironing board," says Jim.
trend in the commercial laundry industry. "We offer
Bosch also has compact
a proprietary system which comes either as a wall-
laundry units that are perfect
mounted unit, or as a reader that goes on a washer
or dryer and accommodates both coins and credit
and debit cards," says Susan Grobstein with
issue right away."
To reduce machine service
Coinmach Corporation. "For the property owner,
and downtime it is important to
payment systems increase resident satisfaction
select the right machine based
with services. For the residents it helps them better
on usage. "Residential grade
manage their time. They can go online and get
machines are rated for 5,000 to
information on machine availability and how much
7,000 cycles and commercial
time they have on a cycle. They can get an email
for 10,000 to 15,000 cycles,"
or text alert once a load is done and they can place
says Jordan Delange with
service requests online or by using a mobile app."
Great Lakes Laundry. Great
Equipment breakdown has always been
Lakes Laundry provides advice
problematic, because residents often don't
to property owners in selecting Amana Laundry Room.
promptly report equipment issues. "The ability
the best machines for their resident make-up and
which makes ownership even more cost-
to call in a service request via a cell phone is
volume. Great Lakes also does no-cost analyses
effective.
becoming very popular,"
“Checking on laundry while cooking
says Don Eckardt with
dinner or putting the kids to bed is a
Wash Multifamily
convenience that will resonate with most
Laundry Systems.
people,” says Jennifer Schoenegge, GE
"Residents simply
product manager.
download a free app
to determine if a potential
Whether in a commercial or residential setting,
customer would benefit
innovation is transforming the way consumers
from self-ownership.
manage laundry activities. Gone are the days of
"Some people are getting
clothes left dripping and forgotten in a washing
a great deal on their route,
machine. Gone are the days of reading a magazine
but I've had others who
cover to cover while sitting in a stuffy laundry
and take a photo of a barcode on a washer or dryer
could pay off their initial equipment purchase
room. Innovation is eliminating many of the
needing service. The service request goes to a
in two or three years and then see their profits
aspects that used to make laundry a chore, and
technician. If the technician is in the area, they can
grow," says Jordan. Great Lakes is currently
turning it into an activity that can be done while
readjust their schedule to take care of the service
offering 36-months of zero percent financing
doing something much more enjoyable. n
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HBA President
Comments
It’s That Time Again
NORMAN FINKELSTEIN, NORWOOD HOMES LTD., HBA PRESIDENT
T
he next big
election in 2016
is already starting
to heat up on all levels.
Nearly every interest
group has a Political
Action Committee and
Builders have three:
National, State and in
our case, local HBA PAC. In politics, money
still talks these days. Office seekers and office
holders alike look to these PACs to help fund
their election and re-election needs. Believe
me, these guys look at who contributes what,
when the calls come in to support our positions
on various issues. A check from us for a few
dollars to a candidate gets at least some access
to tell our story when the time comes. It makes
a huge difference in how we are treated.
Your PAC supports members of all political
parties and persuasions based on their past
record or future likelihood of voting favorably on
issues important to you. We also work to educate
legislators about our industry and its needs.
It is no longer fair or possible to rely
solely on our big contributors among
builders and associates. We need each
and every one of our over 800 members to
pony up at least $25-$50 personally to our
local PAC (Corporate funds are restricted
by law) in order for us to have our voices
heard in Lansing. All of these funds go to
officials whose decisions directly affect
your pocketbook. Your legislative committee
spends a lot of effort deciding who gets what.
All of our member surveys tell us that our
political efforts are most important to you.
Our business economics have improved. Let’s
make sure our legislators help and not hinder our
continued recovery.
In the next few months, we will begin our
fundraising efforts and I hope you will respond
when asked. Of the major trade associations, our
PAC has made relatively miniscule contributions
in recent elections. It wasn’t easy to ask for
money when so many were crippled by the
economy. But now we can and must show our
strength. I know we can count on you. n
ENDORSED AGENTS
Al Bourdeau Insurance Agency, Inc.
1-800-644-6030
As a part of NAHB’s “Bringing Housing Home” week,
HBA members met with U.S. Representative Brenda
Lawrence (D-11th District) to discuss legislative
and regulatory issues facing the industry. Shown
here are HBA Past President Jerry Kosmensky (left),
Representative Lawrence and HBA President Norm
Finkelstein.
AAM Past President Michael Tobin was the lucky winner
of the 50/50 drawing at the Great Lakes Builders Show
held March 4 - 6 at Ford Field in Detroit. He is shown
here collecting the $689 prize from HBA’s CFO Richard
Campbell.
Congratulations to Todd Hallett, known as the “Muddy
Shoes” residential home architect on being invited to
present “Bigger Margins By Design” at the Best Home
Building Practices Summit in Orlando, Florida on May 1.
Community Insurance Center
(248) 628-2505
George B. Ford Agency, Inc.
(248) 348-8200
The Huttenlocher Group
(248) 681-2100
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Todd is shown here (right) with his wife Katie Hallett and
HBA Past Presidents Dave Kellett, Sr. and Dan MacLeish.
“How to design totally cool yet completely cost-effective
homes is emphasized in my presentation,” said Todd,
president of TK Design & Associates, Inc. in South Lyon.
“Value-added design is the focus for home plans that
sell.” His presentation also includes increasing margins
by implementing the latest design trends from around
the country, common design errors that bleed margin
and how to capitalize on first impressions. Builders
attending the summit bring their home plans for review.
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Executive Officer
Comments
WHAT BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS NEED TO KNOW
Michigan And The Northern Long-Eared Bat Threatened Listing
MICHAEL C. STOSKOPF, EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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n April 1, 2015
the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife
Service (FWS) listed
the northern long-eared
bat as a threatened
species under the
Endangered Species
Act (ESA) due to a
fungal disease that has devastated the bat
population in a number of states. This listing
may impact some residential development in
the 37 states the bat calls home, including
Michigan, primarily by requiring special
permitting for the removal of trees where bats
have been determined to roost during their
pup season (April to October).
Prior to the listing, the National Association
of Home Builders (NAHB) submitted comments
to FWS during the comment period. NAHB
told the agency that its plans to list the bat as
threatened are too vague and that its proposed
buffer zones 150 miles from hibernation
sites infected with the fungal disease and
limitations around maternity roosting sites
would place tight restrictions on the ability to
develop lots for new homes, driving up costs
for builders and buyers without a demonstrable
corresponding benefit for the bats.
In addition to its final listing of the bat as
threatened, FWS issued an interim special
4(d) rule. A 4(d) rule allows FWS to make
exceptions to the usual restrictions “necessary
and advisable for the conservation of such
species.” Under the interim 4(d) rule specific
to the northern long-eared bat, the agency
is exempting forest management activities,
expansion of transportation and utility rights
of way, and limited tree-removal projects
(for example, removal of diseased trees,
firewood, shelterbelt renovation). Importantly
for builders and developers, the interim rule
does not exempt home building, despite
FWS acknowledging the insignificant impact
development activities have on the bats.
This means that at least until a final 4(d)
rule is announced later this summer, there will
be additional limits on home development on
New Housing Permit Forecast
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property containing known hibernation sites or
maternity roost trees during hibernation and
maternity roosting seasons. These sites will be
subject to ESA Section 9 “take” prohibitions
and will require a Section 10 Incidental Take
Permit. Property without known hibernation
sites or maternity roost trees will be able
to proceed without additional compliance
measures. So, how do you know if your
property has known hibernation and maternity
roost sites? The FWS East Lansing Field
Office has compiled a list of known sites in
Michigan. At this point,
no counties in HBA’s
jurisdiction (Macomb,
Oakland, St. Clair, and
Wayne Counties) are
listed as having known
hibernation sites or roost
trees. The list is posted
at: https://www.builders.
org/pdf/northern-longeared-bat.pdf
Further, FWS does
not require private
asabuilderssupply.com
landowners to survey for threatened or
endangered species on their lands. However, if
you know northern long-eared bats are present
on your property, you can contact the FWS
East Lansing Field Office at (517) 351-2555 for
assistance and guidance.
Both the final threatened listing and interim
4(d) rule are effective May 4, 2015. Comments
on the interim 4(d) rule have been extended
until July 1, 2015. Once a final 4(d) rule is
announced HBA will update members on any
changes. n
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HBA’s Spring
General Membership Meeting
Gen Y – Engaging The Next Home Buyer
FEATURED SPEAKER SARAH REEP, MASCO
On March 25th, HBA proudly presented
the return of a hugely popular event that
was a mainstay for the membership. From 6
p.m. to 9 p.m. that evening, 100 members and
guests gathered to enjoy a great dinner and then
hear nationally renowned speaker Sarah
Reep share her insights on Generation Y –
Engaging The Next Home Buyer. The event
was generously sponsored by Wells Fargo Home
Mortgage and HBA’s Professional Women in
Building Council.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
Sarah Reep (center), speaker, of Masco with PWB Chair
Barb Baker (left) and Carol Green both of Transitions
Remodeling.
Jon Goldman (center) of Evergreen Homes with Cathy
McLeod and David Oates of The Huttenlocher Group.
HBA’s First Vice President Jim Clarke (left) of Robertson
Homes and Todd Hallett of TK Design & Associates.
Sarah Reep (left) of Masco, Sharron Peter of ABC
Supply, Henry Tarnow of Tarnow Doors and HBA’s CEO
Michael Stoskopf. Sharron and Henry each won a fishing
charter for two on Lake St. Clair aboard the Predator
with Captain Steve Jones.
Michael Khaireddine (left) of Bank of America Home
Loans with Joe Scoza of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage,
program sponsor.
Angela Bajramaj of Aldrich Legal Services with Bujar
Bajramaj of BB Custom Remodeling.
Jack Healy (left) of Healy Homes, NAHBR Professional
Remodelers Council Chair Lenox Bowman of P & B
Finishers, Richard Cherkasky of The Richard Group and
Robert Gulyas of Stonework by Gulyas and Co.
Richard Komer (left) of Richard L. Komer & Associates,
Lynne Pratt of Pratt Building and Past President Fred I.
Capaldi of Capaldi Building.
Michael Stark and Wendy Yoskovich of Wells Fargo
Home Mortgage, program sponsor.
Sponsor Charity Moreland (left) of Wells Fargo Home
Mortgage with HBA’s CEO Michael Stoskopf and Lynne
Pratt of Pratt Building.
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Apartment Association of Michigan
Property Management Council News
Preventing Eye Injuries At Work
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With you all the way. SM
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ye injuries in the workplace are very
common. Each day about 2000 U.S.
workers have a job-related eye injury that
requires medical treatment. About one third of
the injuries are treated in hospital emergency
departments and more than 100 of these
injuries result in one or more days of lost work.
Additionally, 10-20 percent of the total cases
will cause temporary or permanent vision loss.1
Experts believe that the proper eye protection
could have lessened the severity or even
prevented 90 percent of eye injuries in accidents.
The Prevent Blindness® organization offers
the following information to help you select the
proper eye protection:
What are the common causes of eye
injuries?
• Flying objects (bits of metal, glass)
• Tools
• Particles
• Chemicals
• Harmful radiation
• Any combination of these or other hazards
What is the best defense against eye
injuries?
• Know the eye safety dangers at work;
complete an eye hazard assessment
(MIOSHA requires that employers complete
a written certification of hazard
assessment.3)
• Eliminate hazards before starting work.
Use machine guarding, work screens, or
other engineering controls.
• Use proper eye protection.
When should I protect my eyes at work?
You should wear safety eyewear whenever
there is a chance of eye injury. Anyone working
in or passing through areas that pose eye
hazards should wear protective eyewear.
What safety eyewear is available to me?
• Non-prescription and prescription safety
glasses
• Goggles
• Face shields
• Welding helmets
What type of safety eye protection should I
wear?
The type of safety eye protection you should
wear depends on the hazards in your workplace.
If you are working in an area that has particles,
BUILDING Business & Apartment Management x May 2015
flying objects, or dust,
you must at least wear
safety glasses with
side protection (i.e.,
side shields). If you are
working with chemicals,
you should wear goggles.
If you are working near
hazardous radiation
(e.g., welding), you must use special-purpose
safety glasses, goggles, face shields, or helmets
designed for that task.
What is the difference between glass,
plastic, and polycarbonate safety lenses?
All three types of safety lenses meet or exceed
the requirements for protecting your eyes.
Glass lenses
• Are not easily scratched
• Can be used around harsh chemicals
• Can be made in your corrective prescription
• Are sometimes heavy and uncomfortable
Plastic lenses
• Are lighter weight
• Protect against welding splatter
• Are not likely to fog
• Are not as scratch-resistant as glass
Polycarbonate lenses
• Are lightweight
• Protect against welding splatter
• Are not likely to fog
• Are stronger than glass and plastic
• Are more impact resistant than glass or
plastic
• Are not as scratch resistant as glass
Educate your employees!
Be sure to conduct ongoing educational
programs to create, keep up, and highlight the
need for protective eyewear. Add eye safety to
your regular employee training programs and to
new employee orientation. n
If you need assistance with conducting a
hazard assessment or training in your workplace,
please contact Gary Smith, CRM, at (517) 3383367 or [email protected]
Sources:
1. Eye Safety: National Institute for Occupational Safety and
Health (NIOSH); http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/eye/
2. Eye Safety at Work: Prevent Blindness®; www.
preventblindness.org
3. Part 433. Personal Protective Equipment: MIOSHA
Occupational Health Standard; http://www.michigan.
gov/documents/CIS_WSH_part433Rev_53316_7.pdf
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Apartment Association of Michigan
Property Management Council News
Advocacy Update
WRITTEN BY FORREST WALL, CAE, STAFF VICE PRESIDENT AND INDUSTRY RELATIONS
Electronic Eviction Notification Legislation Passes Michigan House
A
revised version
of House
Bill 4038,
which proposes to
amend the Revised
Judicature Act to
allow a landlord to
deliver an eviction
notice by electronic mail, has passed the
Michigan House of Representatives. The
legislation requires that the person in
possession of the premises must specifically
consent in writing to electronic service, and
a landlord could not refuse to lease to a
prospective tenant because the prospective
tenant declines to consent to electronic
service. The bill has been referred to the
Senate Judiciary Committee for action in that
chamber.
Amendment to Elliott-Larsen Act
Introduced
Bills have recently been introduced in the
Michigan House of Representatives and Senate
to amend the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act.
House Bill 4411 and Senate Bill 255, propose to
amend both the title and section 502 of the act
relating to real estate transactions. The legislation
would add victims of domestic violence, sexual
assault, or stalking to the protected classes
under section 502. Currently, Michigan’s civil
rights law prohibits discrimination in real estate
transactions on the basis of religion, race, color,
national origin, age, sex, familial status, and
marital status.
Utility Shut-Off Restriction Introduced
Legislation was introduced to amend the
Michigan Public Service Commission Act
relating to utility shut-offs. The bill would add a
new section to the act stating that electric and
natural gas utilities shall not shut-off service to a
residential rental property unless the utility sends
notice to the owner of the property by first-class
mail not less than 14 days before the specified
date of shut-off.
Oral Arguments Heard In Disparate
Impact Case
The United States Supreme Court has heard
oral arguments in a case challenging the validity
of the disparate impact rule. A decision by the
Court – expected in the next few months – will
have significant impact on apartment owners
because the rule has called into question the
legality of some common industry practices,
such as criminal background screening.
Although the Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) had previously
interpreted the Fair Housing Act as prohibiting
practices that are non-discriminatory in intent
but nonetheless may disproportionately affect
protected classes, it was not until 2013 that it
formalized a rule. Two previous cases accepted
by the Court ended in settlement, thus providing
no resolution to the matter. This case, Inclusive
Communities Project v. Texas Department of
Housing, centers on the allocation of LowIncome Housing Tax Credits. n
Tamra
Ward (left),
Kathy Felix
and Debra
Weil all
of Norber
Builders.
Shelby Drake (left) and Doug Barr of Forest Ridge
apartments with Jaclyn Wicker
of Auburn Hills Apartments.
On April 17th, the Apartment Association of Michigan
held a Fair Housing & Resident Relations seminar at
Association Offices. The fast paced workshop is based
on everyday situations and aimed at helping the on-site
team deliver exceptional customer service.
The course was taught by Kathleen Mabie of Success
On Site in Ann Arbor. She is shown here with one of the
students, Brian Walls of Hickory Woods Apartments.
Listening to the instructor
explain the answers to a quiz
given during the class, Charles
Williams of Hickory Woods
Apartments.
BUILDING Business & Apartment Management x May 2015
9
News & Events
ALL EVENTS HELD AT HBA OFFICES UNLESS NOTED
May
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6
NAHBR WEBINAR: Happy Customers
•
Best practices
for setting
clear project
expectations and
leading home
owners through
this process. Learn
about five critical
tools to help in this
effort.
• Tools include the
weekly progress meeting, the carbonless
memo, the home owner notebook, the
documented schedule and the project
whiteboard.
• With proper communication strategies and
strong management, your customers will
become your biggest fans and best source of
referrals.
Featuring David Lupberger of David Lupberger &
Associates, Boulder, CO, David Lupberger draws
on more than two decades of experience in the
residential remodeling field to work with remodelers
in developing proven business systems.
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $10/person Including Snacks
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
NAHBR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Time: 10:30 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
NAHBR: USING CONNECTED
TECHNOLOGY IN YOUR BUSINESS
AN ALTERNATIVE TO APPS: USING THE
MICROSOFT OFFICE SYSTEM IN
YOUR OFFICE, VEHICLE AND ON
THE JOBSITE. MOST OF US ARE
FAMILIAR WITH WORD, EXCEL AND
OUTLOOK. MICROSOFT EXPERT,
SHY KELLY EXPLAINS HOW TO CONNECT OUR
DEVICES IN OFFICE, VEHICLE AND FIELD USING
THE OFFICE SYSTEM.
•Taking better notes – How OneNote beats paper.
•How to have access to all your job files, anywhere.
•Connecting your calendar and phone book.
•Making it all work seamlessly.
Time: Noon - 2:00 p.m.
Place: The Microsoft Store at Somerset
Mall. In the north building, 2nd
level near Macy’s
Cost: $10/person Including Lunch
HBA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Time: 9:00 a.m.
MONDAY, MAY 18
AAM Officers
Time: Noon - 2 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
MEMBERSHIP COUNCIL
Time: 9:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN
BUILDING: NEGOTIATING SKILLS
WOMEN LOSE, ON AVERAGE, A MILLION
DOLLARS OVER THEIR
LIFETIME, DUE TO POOR
NEGOTIATING SKILLS. LEARN
THE SKILLS THAT WILL GET
YOU THE BEST DEAL ON
EVERYTHING
THURSDAY, JUNE 11
“AFTER HOURS” MIXER
A Unique Networking Opportunity. Win great
prizes! Appetizers, Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks.
Bring prospective members .
Time: 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Place: Henderson Glass
27501 Woodward Avenue
Berkley, MI 48072
Cost: No charge and reservations are
required by June 4
No Shows will be billed $10.
THREE CHANCES TO WIN! Must Be
Present To Win! Builder & Remodeler - $1,200.
Associate - $1,200. Attendee - $50.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17
Presenter: Diane Young,
Speaker, Humorist, Educator
PWB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
•Gender speak: he said/she said
•Men and women communicate differently.
•How can you learn to live harmoniously together?
•Understanding differences in communication
styles
•How our brains are hardwired
THURSDAY, JUNE 18
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Cost: $10/Person Including Lunch
TUESDAY, MAY 26
HOMEAID SE MI BOARD
Time: 9:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27
PARADE OF HOMES KICK OFF
PARTICIPATING BUILDERS AND HBA
BOARD MEMBERS - WATCH FOR DETAILS!
June
JUNE 1 - 30
2015 Parade of Homes
www.ParadeHBA.com
JUNE 2 - 6
NAHB SPRING BOARD
Washington, D.C.
www.nahb.org
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10
NAHBR Professional Remodelers
Hardware Showcase
Time: Noon - 2 p.m.
Place: To be announced
Cost: $10/person including lunch
Time: 10:00 A.M.
MID-YEAR ECONOMIC FORECAST
LUNCHEON
IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION
ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN
Hear from the experts the status of the
Michigan economy and where it is heading.
Learn how the home building, remodeling and
construction industries can make the most of
the current and future economy.
Featuring Guest Speakers:
Jim Baird, Plante Moran
W. Jay Wortley, State of Michigan
Time: 10:30 a.m. - Noon
Exhibits & Reception
Noon - 2 p.m.
Lunch & Program
Place: Suburban Collection Showplace
46100 Grand Rive Ave
Novi 48374
Cost: $50/Person
Table Top Exhibits & Sponsorships Available
FRIDAY, JUNE 19
HBA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Time: 9:00 a.m.
TUESDAY, JUNE 23
ABMWCSIF TRUSTEES
Time: 8:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24
MEMBERSHIP COUNCIL
Time: 9:00 a.m.
PLEASE REGISTER FOR ALL EVENTS AT: builders.org/events.php
FRIDAY, MAY 15
10
BUILDING Business & Apartment Management x May 2015
HBA Honored For . . .
Classified Advertising
ASA Builders Supply Co.
& Cabinet Corporation
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PHOTO BY MG PHOTOGRAPHY & DESIGN
BA of Southeastern Michigan was notified late last week
that The Ultimate Homearama 2014 won the NAHB 2014
Association Excellence Award (AEA) in the category of “Best
Parade or Tour of Homes” for HBAs with 601+ members, from the
NAHB Executive Officers Council (EOC).
For this achievement, HBA will:
• Receive formal recognition in the NAHB EOC’s Friday Morning
e-Mail;
• Receive a plaque and recognition at the 2015 Association
Leadership Institute, in Pittsburgh;
• Have our entry uploaded to the NAHB EOC AEA winner
database for HBAs to search when researching best practices.
This award is highly sought after, especially by larger local HBAs
who produce these types of events, so our winning the category is
high praise – and deservedly so – for our team of developers, builders,
subcontractors, township officials, sponsors, advertisers and staff who
made this project such an overwhelming success. n
Exceptional Quality and Exceptional Value.
Special Pricing For HBA Members.
Call 248-624-7400 asabuilderssupply.com
DEVELOPERS / BUILDERS
We have 33 lots to be developed.
Backs to Edward Hines Park. Engineering completed.
Preapproved by city. Livonia schools.
Call Joe Durso 734-231-7800
26 IMPROVED 1/2-ACRE LOTS
Copper Hills Golf & C.C. is a 367-acre development located
1.5 miles west of Rochester Rd. on Lakeville Rd.
in Addison Twp. We have 26 improved 1/2-acre lots
with golf course frontage priced to sell.
Call Curtis Wright – 248-969-9808
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WELCOME
NEW MEMBERS
THANK YOU
RENEWING MEMBERS
APARTMENT ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN
BARRINGTON GROUP INC
727 S ORANGE AVE, SARASOTA, FL 34236
(941) 955-8000
SCOTT D BRADLEY, CPA
APARTMENT ASSOCIATION
SPONSORS LISTED BELOW IN RED
BUILDER MEMBER
CHRIS MORGAN & ASSOCIATES, INC.
4435 NEW CASTLE DR, CLARKSTON, MI 48348
(248) 393-3462
CHRIS MORGAN, C.P.B.D., CR
DON BOURDEAU, AAI, CIC
AL BOURDEAU INSURANCE AGENCY
COLUMBIA BUILDERS INC
65 MACOMB PLACE, # F, MT CLEMENS, MI 48043
(586) 228-1300 FAX (586) 228-9240
GAETANO T. RIZZO
ROBERT M. TEDESCO
SILVERADO CUSTOM HOMES INC
LEVINE HOMES LLC
43902 WOODWARD AVE
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48302
(248) 332-3120 FAX (248) 338-6060
BRUCE M. LEVINE
DON BOURDEAU, AAI, CIC
AL BOURDEAU INSURANCE AGENCY
ASSOCIATE MEMBER
APPLEGATE INSULATION
1000 HIGHVIEW DR, WEBBERVILLE, MI 48892
(517) 521-3545 FAX (517) 521-3597
ROBERT S. WALKER
SPENCER ROED
MULTI DRYWALL & PARTITION LLC
JOHN’S LUMBER
34151 S GRATIOT, CLINTON TWP, MI 48035
(586) 791-1200
DAVID STOUTENGER
CATHY MCLEOD
THE HUTTENLOCHER GROUP, LLC
SUBCONTRACTOR MEMBERS
DEMNET TECHNOLOGIES, LLC
23200 PONTIAC TRAIL, # B, SOUTH LYON, MI 48178 (734)
486-4830 FAX (248) 486-4830
CHRISTOPHER DEMENIUK
NORMAN FINKELSTEIN
NORWOOD HOMES LTD
HURON FLOOR COVERING LLC
30467 BECK RD, WIXOM, MI 48393
(248) 668-3138 FAX (248) 668-3137
DAVID SINGER
CINDY MAXWELL-PHILIPS
LIGHTING RESOURCES OF MICHIGAN, INC
SAN MARINO CEMENT WALL INC
1955 BELLINGHAM DR, TROY, MI 48083
(248) 689-6900 FAX (248) 689-3520
GEORGE RASTELLI
SALVATORE J. PALAZZOLO
PALAZZOLO BROTHERS
GROUP FIVE MANAGEMENT
MADDIN, HAUSER, ROTH & HELLER, PC
PEABODY INSURANCE AGENCY
UNIVERSITY RENTALS, LLC
YORK PROPERTIES, INC
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION
AMPRO CONSTRUCTION LLC
BASF
BENCHMARK HOMES, INC
BERGER, GHERSI & LADUKE
COMPO BUILDERS INC
CONSTANTINE, INC
FIFTH THIRD BANK
FORMSPEC INC
GILBERT HOMES, INC
GREEN STONE FARM CREDIT SERVICES - LAPEER
GUIDOBONO BUILDING
HANSEN MARKETING SERVICES, INC
THE HUTTENLOCHER GROUP, LLC
INDEPENDENT BANK
JDM BUILDING CO, LLC
JONNA LUXURY HOMES
LANDMARK COMPANIES, INC
LINCORP / BORCHERT
LYNCH CUSTOM HOMES
MGA ROOFING LLC
MORRIS INSURANCE GROUP, INC
MORTIMER LUMBER
MULTI LAKE ENTERPRISES INC
N & R CONSTRUCTION, INC
NATIONAL CEILING & PARTITIONS
NOVI WALLS
PARKS MASONRY
POURED BRICK WALLS, INC
PULTE GROUP
ROCWALL CO.
THOMAS SEBOLD & ASSOCIATES INC
SMEDE-SON STEEL SUPPLY CO.
SOLID SURFACES UNLIMITED
STERLING DEVELOPMENT CORP.
SULLIVAN, WARD, ASHER & PATTON, P.C.
SUPERB FLOORING & DESIGN
TITANUS CEMENT WALL CO., INC
TLA INTERIORS, INC
TR DESIGN GROUP, LLC
TRI-PUPS INC
21ST CENTURY BLDG CO.
U.S. BANK HOME MORTGAGE
VANGUARD BUILDING GROUP, LLC
VSL CONSTRUCTION, INC
WEATHER KING WINDOWS & DOORS INC
WICHER GROUP
ADVERTISERS INDEX
COMPANY
ASA Builder Supply & Cabinets
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Al Bourdeau Insurance Agency, Inc.
4
Brown & Brown insurance
8
Coinmach
9
Community Insurance Center
4
Copper Hills
11
Joe Durso
11
Eradico Services, Inc.
11
George B. Ford Agency
4
GE Commercial Sales
3
GM Member Offer
6
Great Lakes Commercial Sales
8
The Huttenlocher Group
4
Pullum Window Corporation
6
TK Design & Associates
5
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SoutheasternMichigan
AFFILIATE MEMBERS
D.R. NELSON & ASSOCIATES
PO BOX 403, LAKE ORION, MI 48361-0403
(248) 393-9100 FAX (248) 499-9773
KEITH NELSON
KENT COMPANIES
25255 GLENDALE, REDFORD, MI 48239
(313) 316-4585
ED HARDESTY
KENT COMPANIES
25255 GLENDALE, REDFORD, MI 48239
(313) 347-3088
RICH PICCIRILLI
WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE
34100 WOODWARD AVE, #300
BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
(248) 723-3143 FAX (866) 359-6126
MICHAEL D STARK
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Past President Jerry Kosmensky (left), Carole Jones, NAHB Past Presidents Don Pratt (left) of CECS of Michigan and
Professional Women in Building President and Bob Jones, Rich Kligman of Superb Custom Homes at the International
Past President of HBA and Past Chairman of NAHB at the
Builders’ Show in Las Vegas in February 2015.
International Builders’ Show.
BUILDING Business & Apartment Management x May 2015
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provide the opportunity to meet
with builders and remodelers who
are potential clients.”
Spencer Roed
Multi Drywall & Partition, LLC
certification/designation courses:
• Certified Graduate Builder (CGB)
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I also value the networking
opportunities offered by the PWB
Council.”
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Transitions Remodeling
and a full schedule of nationally recognized
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Top Displays, Council Sessions . . . HBA has
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opportunities to help you meet other members
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and expand your network.
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Opportunities to have your voice heard by your
Exhibits include kitchens, baths, doors, windows,
municipal officials and legislators. HBA is the liaison
remodeling, furniture, spas, specialty items,
between you, building departments and municipal
decorative accessories, appliances, and others.
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