April 2016 May General Membership Meeting at Clarke Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Fairfield County’s building official of the year 70th Anniversary Annual Meeting June 1st Trumbull Marriott Peter Solheim, Town of Darien • Advanced Home Audio • AMEC • Fenwick • Frank Webb Bath Center • GreenTek Construction, LLC BIG SAVINGS Member Benefit Discounts from Verizon, Staples & UPS • Plumbing Works LLC • Pro Source of Stamford • Stephanie Rapp Interiors • The Raymond C. Green Companies • Wernert Associates Inc.

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HBRA Board of Directors 2015-16 Officers President Sr. Vice-President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Immediate Past President Peter Battaglio Max Bender Steve Berko Ken DeLeo Gary Fanali John Hertz Alex Shook Michael Wood Joanne Carroll Jerry Effren Peter Fusaro Andrew La Sala Jr. John Murren Michael Palumbo Nick Yanicelli Peter Gaboriault Bear Paw Builders Chris Steiner Steiner, Inc. Anthony DeRosa DeRosa Builders Michael Church William Pitt Sotheby’s Kim DiMatteo The DiMatteo Group Maureen Hanley-Bellitto United Bank 2015-16 Directors Hocon Gas Bender Supply FourSquare Build & Design Doherty & DeLeo City Carting Hertz Construction Pella Commercial Wood Builders Life Directors JMC Resources The Greyrock Companies Preferred Builders Cannondale Building & Design Murren-Kane Construction ERI Building & Design Susquehanna Enterprises HBRA Staff Gina Calabro Executive Officer Deanna Hiller Executive Assistant HBRA of Fairfield County 2228 Black Rock Turnpike Suite 307 Fairfield, CT 06825 203-335-7008 hbra@buildfairfieldcounty.com www. buildfairfieldcounty.com Want to advertise? Contact the office for more information and rates. May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 3 17 Page: 6-7 8 10 11-13 14 -16 May General Membership Meeting New Members Associate Spotlight What’s Happening at the Fairfield County HBRA Builder News: CT Weighs Tougher Building Codes to Combat Climate Change Documentation and Contracts: Keep it Clear and Simple The Skills Gap is Hurting America’s Housing Market HBRA Training OSHA 10 Regular Features Page: 4 5 18-19 9 9 11 12 13 16 Back Cover Executive Officers Message Upcoming Events Member Benefits Sponsors/Advertisers 2 Please visit our Sponsors The DiMatteo Group Hocon Gas Ridgefield Supply United Bank Interstate+Lakeland Lumber East Haven Builders Supply Ring’s End Inside this issue...

A Message from the Executive Officer Dear HBRA Members, The May General Membership Meeting at Clarke in South Norwalk was a buzz with attendees honoring the Building Official of the Year. Congratulations to Peter Solheim, Head Building Official from the Town of Darien. See pages 6-7 for photos of the evening. If you have not already registered for the 70th Anniversary Annual Meeting you need to do so by May 25th. The evening will be an epic event honoring past presidents, the HBRA board and 2 of our members - Joanne Carroll and Scott Hobbs. Entertainment for the evening will be Carmen Ciricillo known as “The Construction Comic.” The Fiano Family Golf Classic is set for June 29th to benefit the NAHB BUILD-PAC. If you can’t make the event you can still donate - see page 5 for details. Some big events are also on the horizon - The Golf Outing on July 20th at Whitney Farms Golf Course, the September 7th Clambake at the Jackie Durrell Pavilion at Fairfield Beach and The Yankee Game and dinner on Arthur Avenue at Pasquale Rigoletto on September 29th. As always, if you have any questions, please call the office or email us at hbra@buildfairfieldcounty.com! Best, Gina Calabro gina@buildfairfieldcounty.com 4 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016

May 24, 2016 September 7, 2016 Swimming Pools Chapter 42 & Appendix G – Part 2 Sponsored by: District 8 Officials Norwalk Inn & Conference Center 99 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 12:00 to 2:00 PM $12 fee payable at the door RSVP: Bill Ireland at (203) 854-7760 or wireland@norwalkct.org June1, 2016 HBRA ANNUAL MEETING Trumbull Marriott 180 Hawley Street, Trumbull, CT 6:00pm - 9:00pm $80 - Members/ Members Guests $120 - Non Members Click Here to Register July 20, 2016 HBRA Golf Outing Whitney Farms Golf Course 175 Shelton Road (Rt 110) Lunch, Cocktails, Dinner, Raffles, and Awards. 10:30am - 6:00pm $200/Golfer $800/Foursome $60/Dinner Only Click Here to Register Clambake at Fairfield Beach Jacky Durrell Pavilion 401 Fairfield Beach Road, Fairfield 6:00pm - 9:00pm This is a limited seating event. $50 - Members/ Members Guests Click Here to Register September 29, 2016 Yankee Game/Pre-Game Dinner Pasquale’s Rigoletto on Arthur Avenue Tickets- $180/pp Bus Leaves 3:30 – Westport Commuter Lot – Exit 18 off I95 Register by Friday, Sept. 15, 2016 Click Here to Register Fiano Family Golf Classic Support HBRA of Connecticut retain the #1 national fund raising event. Monday, June 27, 2016 TPC River Highlands Cromwell, CT • Evening Post-Play Reception • Sponsorship Opportunities Tax deductible sponsorships are available please contact us at 860-632-7863 2016 NAHB BUILD-PAC payment forms and golf tournament information coming soon. Questions call George at 860-632-7863 Can’t make the tournament? Contact George LaCava to donate to the NAHB BUILD-PAC at 860-632-7863 May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County |5

What’s Happening at the HBRA Fairfield May Membership Meeting - 2016 Building Official of the Year Members and guests attended the May 4th General Membership Meeting hosted by Clarke Distributors in SOuth Norwalk. It was also the presentation of the 2016 Building Official of the Year - Peter Solheim of Darien. It was an evening of excepional food, drink, and networking topped off with raffle drawings. Jon Small won the Wolfe toaster raffle presentd by Clarke. We did not have a membership raffle winner so the prize will be $750 at the September 7th meeting. Four new members were introduced to the group that evening: Emilia Ferri from Emilia Ferri Architecture + Design, LLC - Dedicated to developing and implementing innovative design solutions. Marc Hanley from Marc Sterling General Contractors - Custom home builder focusing on fine craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Lora Mazurak from Shoreline Painting & Drywall, Inc., A professional house painting contractor serving all of Fairfield County. Special thanks to Joe Tanguay and Marco Barallon for hosting the event. More photos at www.buildfairfieldcounty.com on the Photo Gallery. Town of Darien First Selectman Jayme Stevenson, Building Official of the Year, Peter Solheim, HBRA of Fairfield County President, Peter Gaboriault 6 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016

More photos at www.buildfairfieldcounty.com Photo Gallery. May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 7

Welcome to the the newest members of HBRA of Fairfield County! Go to www.buildfairfieldcounty.com for their contact info. Advanced Home Audio, Inc. Advanced Home Audio has over 50 years combined experience. Members: Bill Charney Joe Marrotta Member: Matthew Orsaia Fenwick A valuable resource for home financing Member: Carl Bulgini Member: Suzanne Brady Frank Webb Bath Center The showrooms of F.W. Webb Company, the largest plumbing distributor in the NE Member: David Mann GreenTek Construction, LLC We are dedicated to creating sustainable and energy efficient homes & buildings. 8 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016 Member: Stephanie Rapp Member: Justin Murphy The Raymond C. Green Companies Offers creative, short term financing to builders, developers & investors. AMEC Carting, LLC Excavation, Transfer Station, Carting, Demolition, Materials, Refuse Member: Angelo Fiordelisi Stephanie Rapp Interiors Designing homes where life’s moments are created, enjoyed, lived with meaning. Member: Robert Fahey Pro Source of Stamford Proudly serves trade professional members offering superior flooring products Plumbing Works LLC Expertly installed residential and small business applications. Wernert Associates Inc. To provide our clients with the highest quality construction services. Member: Max Wernert

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“Associate Spotlight of the Week” RECAP John Tarducci John Tarducci has spearheaded successful marketing and sales programs in the residential construction and real estate industry for over 30 years. units representing over $3 billion in new construction. Contact: John Tarducci MIRM, CMP, CRB 203.925.4587 John.Tarducci@raveis.com Maureen Hanley United Bank has served the construction industry for over 20 years with a team of lenders from Connecticut and Massachusetts - including Fairfield County - who have decades of experience in construction lending. Contact: Maureen Hanley, (203) 780-1306 mhanley@bankatunited.com, www.bankatunited.com Catherine Hartman John Fazio, Jr. BuyRailings.com is the #1 best seller of decorative railings in the USA! BuyRailings is a division of Lido Designs, Inc. Contact: Catherine Hartman at 877-810-4116, sales@buyrailings.com, www.buyrailings.com Sandler Training offers a distinctive style of training to HBRA member companies and individuals in the fields of sales, management consulting, and leadership development through on-going seminars and workshops. Contact: John Fazio, Jr. at 203-264-1197 Richard Drenckhahn Chris Tierney Founded by the late James Drenckhahn on the principals of perfection, efficiency, integrity and customer service, Drenckhahn Excavating has been a premier provider of both commercial and residential excavation for over 40 years. Contact Richard at 203-357-1414 or info@drenckhahnexcavating.com Rhonda Burnham InSinkErator (www.insinkerator.com) is the #1 brand of professionals. We are the only US Manufacturer of household disposers and also make categoryleading hot water dispensers for added convenience of near boiling water on demand. Contact Rhonda Burnim at rhonda.burnim@emerson 10 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016 Fine Line Finish Carpentry has been a finish carpentry contractor serving professional builders and remodelers since 1999. Fine Line also builds Custom Cabinetry and Furniture to the highest standards. We can aid in design if requested. Contact Chris at 203-470-6097 or flfcarpentry@comcast.net Max Bender BENDER is a fourth generation family owned and operated company, born and raised in Connecticut. Keeping up with the heartbeat of our state, BENDER has evolved into a retail purveyor of attainable luxury in decorative plumbing, kitchen and bath cabinetry, lighting, tile and stone. Contact Max at (203)847-3865, mbender@benderplumbing.com

What’s Happening at the HBRA Fairfield 2016 HBRAGolf Classic - July 20th Presented by Rings End Whitney Farms Golf Course 175 Shelton Road (Rt110) in Monroe CT. • 10:30am Registration • 11:30am Lunch • 12:30pm Shotgun Start CLICK HERE to Register To Golf Lunch, Cocktails, Dinner, Raffles, and Awards. $200/Golfer $800/Foursome $60/Dinner Only FINISH CARPENTRY CLINICS WITH GARY KATZ RSVP TODAY! Take advantage Friday, September 16 7:30am-2:30pm Ridgefield Supply 29 Prospect St. Ridgefield, CT 06877 MASTER YOUR CRAFT If you believe in quality craftsmanship, don’t miss this FREE event! Christina McFarland • 203-438-2626 x 216 • christina@ridgefieldsupply.com or online: http://bitly.com/KR-Ridgefield May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 11

What’s Happening at the HBRA Fairfield General Membership Meeting Clambake at Fairfield Beach September 7, 2016 Members - $50 Non-Members - $70 6:00PM to 9:00PM Sponsored by: This is a limited seating event. Jacky Durrell Pavilion, 401 Fairfield Beach Road, Fairfield Register Online MEET THE MOST POWERFUL BUSINESS PARTNERS IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY. Kathryn A. Eren, VP, Cash Management Officer; Lisa Stuard, AVP Commercial Loan Administrator; Maureen Hanley-Bellitto, SVP, Commercial Team Leader; Gregory Pastor, Jr. VP, Commercial Banking Officer; Kim Karl, VP, Commercial Banking Officer; Deep community roots. Unrivaled market knowledge. Unmatched customer service. When a bank builds its commercial banking team around the values that truly make a difference in helping your business and community grow and prosper, that’s more than banking. That’s changing the way you bank. Talk to us today. Visit bankatunited.com/commercial Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender 12 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016

What’s Happening at the HBRA Fairfield Yankee vs.Red Sox Game Pre-game Dinner at Pasquale Rigoletto on Arthur Avenue September 29, 2016 Join us for HBRA of Fairfield County night at the Yankees on September 29th - 7:05 Game Time Tickets- $180/pp- LIMITED SEATING Bus Leaves 3:30 – Westport Commuter Lot – Exit 18 off I95 Register by Friday, Sept. 15, 2016 • Transportation to and from Arthur Avenue and Yankee Stadium • Pre-game Dinner at Pasquale Rigoletto Choice of Dinner Chicken Parmigiana Tilapia & Lump Crabmeat Penne Primavera • Field Level Seat in Section 133 • Beverages on the Bus Register Online 3 3 3 3 3 Beautiful Low maintenance Resist mold, mildew Limited Lifetime Warranty Fade and Stain Warranty BUILD YOUR DREAM DECK Locations in Greenwich, Stamford, Bethel, Newtown CT & Shrub Oak, NY Call Us at 1-888-499-8889 or visit InterstateLumber.com May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 13

Builder News Hartford Courant CT weighs tougher building codes to combat climate change Somewhere there’s a long list of expectations and The homebuilding industry is taking a waitand-see approach to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s recent executive order directing state agencies to strengthen building codes in response to climate change. Homebuilders aren’t opposed to stronger codes where necessary, particularly in wind-prone areas along the coast, but want decisions based on sound research and cost-benefit analyses. Most importantly, they don’t want regulations that price customers out of the market, said Bob Hanbury, a longtime builder and co-owner of Newingtonbased House of Hanbury Builders Inc., which does residential remodeling and additions. Hanbury is active in the industry, including serving on committees for the International Existing Building Code and on the board of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Connecticut Inc. “The motives are good; we just want to make sure the outcomes are as good as the motives,” Hanbury said. In April, Malloy issued an executive order instructing the Department of Administrative Services, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and the Insurance Department to work with the Office of the State Building Inspector to ensure that the next revision to the State Building Code contains standards that increase the resiliency of new and renovated homes and buildings. Malloy hasn’t proposed anything specific, but said measures to consider include sealing seams in roof decks to guard against water infiltration if shingles blow off; stronger tie-downs of roofs to building structures; and impact-resistant glass in high-wind areas. Many measures to make buildings more resilient are relatively inexpensive, he said. He also cited research that every $1 spent on resiliency measures can save $4 in insurance claims. The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) backed Malloy’s recommendations. The institute released a report last year on the progress of 18 hurricane-prone coastal states along the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Coast in strengthening their residential building-code systems. Connecticut scored 88 out of a possible 100, ranking it fifth best among the 18 states, up from a score of 81 in 2012. Top-rated states have strong statewide residential building codes and regulatory processes for building officials, homebuilders and residential construction contractors, IBHS said. It evaluated 47 key data points to assess the effectiveness of states’ residential-building-code programs, including code adoption and enforcement; building official training and certification; and licensing requirements for construction trades that implement building code provisions, IBHS added. IBHS cited a study conducted by Texas A&M University on hurricane-related building requirements in Texas that found the benefits of adopting the code provisions exceeded the costs by a factor of 4.5 to 7. READ MORE hbra@buildfairfieldcounty.com May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 14

Builder News Documentation and Contracts: Keep It Clear and Simple By Dennis A. Dixon | April 19, 2016 | Pro Remodeler Three essentials to ensure clear, factual, and detailed paperwork for remodeling projects as it’s signed and dated by both parties. So make sure that any selections made are accompanied by the client’s signature. Any contractor trying to win a battle with a homeowner, say about the color and texture of their newly installed driveway, which the client is now claiming is incorrect, will have an uphill battle without documentation. Thirty-plus years of construction experience, combined with lessons learned from involvement as an expert witness in construction litigation, has taught me that in any remodeling project, clear, factual, and detailed paperwork is worth its weight in gold, and a thorough construction contract promotes professionalism, protects your profits, and boosts your efficiency because it minimizes or eliminates confusion and the need for explanation. 1] Document it: Any and all paperwork, documentation (photos, video, even sound recordings), and “signed” changes are paramount in a legal defense. Everything else is secondary, if allowed at all. Also, in a lawsuit, the professionals are deemed to be exactly that: professional. The clients (homeowners) are assumed to be innocent and in the right until proven otherwise. Anything signed is valid—even a change order written on the back of a torn, dirty, envelope, as long Tip: Keep signed, approved sample selections in a labeled file box. For example, a paint color chip, laminate selection, 4-inch profile of the living room crown molding … with an accompanying note (in the case of the driveway color) that “Owner approved driveway concrete color and texture— example as seen Oct. 10, 2015, at 5978 Pine Cone Lane, Flagstaff, as produced by ABC Concrete.” 2] Keep it simple: Legalese in construction contracts can be confusing. It’s best to use understandable, simple English so both you and your customers can read and understand the parameters and procedures of the project as defined in the contract. Note: Some states require certain codicils in construction contracts, such as force majeure or an estoppel clause. Check with your attorney about what is and isn’t required for your locale. 3] Define it: The contract should define and explain project conditions, leaving little, if anything, to interpretation. Contractual paperwork should spell out policies, procedures, facts, figures, options, billing methods, payments, and ways to resolve conflict or misunderstanding. May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 15

Builder News This Skills Gap Is Hurting America’s Housing Market Chris Terrill | Fortune Magazine We’ve heard plenty about America’s skills gap across the tech industry, but a skills gap is also hobbling construction — and it’s delaying building projects, shrinking building inventories, and inflating the cost of homes and home-related projects. The knowledge and skills necessary to repair our toilets, install our furnaces and build our houses are dying on the vine. And, unless we want our grandkids growing up in primeval teepees, we need to work quickly to fix it. This trend has been building up for years. In the 1990s, the American educational system (no doubt with the best of intentions) discontinued vocational classes and began to encourage all students to pursue a four-year college degree, creating significant, if unintended, consequences. First, fewer students were exposed to career options in the skilled labor trades. Second, the profound emphasis placed on college-level education perpetuated the notion that skilled (i.e., blue-collared) labor entails physically demanding, yet mindless work. And third, industry succession responsibilities were transferred to business owners lacking the time and resources required to fully train and educate would-be workers. The shortage worsened in the years following the 2008 financial crisis, when the dark days of the housing crisis led the construction industry to lose more than 60% of its workforce to healthier industries, according to the U.S. Labor Statistics and Census Bureaus. That’s more than any other nonfarm industry in the United States. READ MORE ANNOUNCING the arrival of our new 8-story BOOMTRUCK CONNECTICUT - East Haven - Manchester - Newtown SANDY HOOK - 2 Turnberry Lane - 203-426-0030 NEW YORK - Millwood • Mold / Mildew Resistant Board • Fire Rated Board • ½” Light Weight Board • Exterior Sheathing • Metal Studs • Acoustical Ceiling Tile 16 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016

Seminars and Training Register Online or call the HBRA office at 203-335-7008 OSHA 10 Hour Construction Thursday, October 27 & Friday, October 28, 2016* 7:45am-2:00pm Rings End Educational Facility 160 Avon Street, Stratford, CT OSHA is coming to FINE you! Get ahead of them & learn what you need to know for your business and your employees. The OSHA 10hour construction training course is designed for anyone in the construction industry. Upon completion, participants will receive an OSHA construction safety and health 10-hour course completion card from the Departement of Labor. OSHA 10 cards are good for 5 years. HBRA Members: $30.00 Non-Members: $60.00 *Must attend both dates in order to receive OSHA card-per federal regulation. Continental Breakfast & Lunch included both days. Payment must be received by October 24th to reserve your spot. Walk-Ins will not be accepted at this course due to limited seating. Sponsored by: May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 17

Member Benefits Exclusive equipment offers. NPP Members Effective April 1, 2016, through June 30, 2016 (unless otherwise indicated), the following promotional offers are available to National Purchasing Partners corporate subscribers across the country. 4G LTE smartphone devices: New 2-yr activation or renewal on $24.99 or higher plan req’d. BlackBerry® Classic Motorola DROID MAXX 2 Samsung Galaxy S® 5 16 GB Brigadier™ by Kyocera LG G4 Motorola DROID TURBO 2 32 GB Samsung Galaxy S® 6 32 GB Samsung Galaxy Note® 5 32 GB $0 $0 $0 $49.99 $49.99 $99.99 $99.99 $249.99 Internet devices: New 2-yr activation or renewal on $24.99 or higher plan req’d. How to register: Visit www.mynpp.com, select Company, then Construction, then Residential. Select HB&RA - Home Builders and Remodelers Associations from the dropdown menu, complete the enrollment and START SAVING! Novatel 6620 $0 $150 bill credit when you activate a 4G LTE smartphone. New 2-yr activation on $34.99 or higher plan req’d. Activation/upgrade fee: $40. IMPORTANT CONSUMER INFORMATION: Subject to VZW Agmts, Calling Plan & credit approval. Up to $350 early termination fee/line. Bill credit applied within 2 - 3 cycles. While supplies last. Restocking fee may apply. Offers & coverage, varying by svc, not available everywhere; see vzw.com. DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license. © 2016 Verizon Wireless. 0316-121874 18 | HBRA of Fairfield County | May 2016

Register for a Staples Advantage Account How to register: Visit www.mynpp.com Select "Register for Staples Advantage Account" Enter the required information - Click "Submit" For companies with 14 or less employees: Staples Advantage will email you within 3 business days providing you with a company ID and username that allows you access to order.staplesadvantage.com, which offers NPP discount pricing For companies with 15 employees or more: A Staples Advantage representative will contact you within 5 business days Members Save with the UPS Shipping Program The UPS Savings Program is available for NAHB members! Make the most of your membership and take advantage of some of the most competitive rates available on shipping services with UPS. Whether you need your documents or packages to arrive the next day or are looking for the most affordable shipping option, UPS understands the importance of reliability, speed and cost. See how UPS discounts can help your bottom line: • Up to 36% on UPS Air letters including UPS Next Day Air®* • Up to 32% on UPS Air packages (1 lb.+)* • Up to 34% on UPS International imports and exports • Up to 24% on UPS Ground shipments • Savings begin at 70% on UPS Freight® shipments over 150 lbs. You can receive these discounts even if you already have a UPS account. Plus, the more you ship, the more you can save with UPS. To enroll and start saving, visit www.savewithups.com/NAHB or call 1-800-MEMBERS (800-636-2377), M-F, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. ET. *Discounts exclude UPS Express Critical® and UPS Next Day Air® Early A.M.® NAHB Member Advantage gives members an easy way to reduce expenses, maximize profits and increase efficiency. NAHB offers exclusive discounts on a variety of products and services that can benefit your business, employees and family. For the most up-to-date information as well as detailed information on how to access the savings, please visit www.nahb.org/ma. May 2016 | HBRA of Fairfield County | 19

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