Nevada Builders Blueprint
January 2018

Aaron West CEO
From the CEO - Booming in 2018!

Happy New Year!  Tremendous job growth, incredible housing demand and numerous major projects breaking ground are going to make 2018 amazing and challenging.  Workforce development continues to be our primary issue and effort, however, elections are right around the corner.  Get involved, tell us more here about the issues effecting your business and see what solutions exist.  
December New Members
Welcome and Thank you!
Air Systems Service and Construction (Sparks), CFL Construction Inc.(Sparks), Francisco's Artisan Tile & Stone , (Reno), Gomez Lath & Plaster (Silver City) Neighborhood Creations (Reno), Nevada Landworks  (Minden), La Causa Development (Carson City) Sanders Construction (Henderson), Sierra Crest Steel Inc. (Sparks), Silverstone Contracting (Las Vegas), Vertical Iron Works (Reno) Nickerson Roofing (Verdi) and Medinas Framers Inc. (Sparks).
Workforce Development Update:

As the upswing in construction activity continues, our members are looking for more and more quality employees. We have resources and programs that can help fill your needs. Among them is the Army PaYS Program. In July 2017, Nevada Builders Alliance signed a formal partnership with the Army PaYS Program which enables our members to post job openings on the Army PaYS job board. Why hire an Army veteran? They are pre-screened, have advanced training and have the "soft skills" that are often lacking in today's available workforce. There is no cost to post positions; the only obligation is to provide an interview to the applicants. For more information on the program, click here.
There are additional resources for filling your open positions. For a list of member workforce resources , click here.
For additional information, contact
Safety Corner           
Pro Group
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Severe Weather

Weather Preparedness
Changes in weather present hazardous conditions that may require organizations to modify operations when conditions become extreme. Weather is generally predictable by meteorologists on local news stations, but severe weather can produce unexpected dangers without warning.
Emergency Preparedness should address evacuation and shelter in place procedures. Proper plan development has specific key elements, starting with identifying conditions that would necessitate emergency response action. The next step is establishing a predetermined chain of command so that all employees know who to report information to. This step includes an assignment of responsibilities during emergency situations. Evacuation routes, muster stations and shelter in place locations must be clearly established and communicated to all job-site personnel. Changes in work processes on construction sites may require new muster stations throughout the course of the project. Specialized safety equipment related to weather emergencies must be on hand, inspected, and easily accessible at all times. Last but not least, effective training is critical to a successful weather-related emergency response.

Safety Services
The safety professionals at PGM Safety Services, an affiliat e of Pro Group Management, are here to help.  Contact your safety specialist or call 1 (800) 859-3177 and let us help you recognize and prevent weather-related emergencies today.
Don't miss these Nevada Builders Events:

Annual Dinner Invite

Thank you to our Title Sponsor:

Sierra Gold- Las Vegas 11:30 -1pm

and these industry events:
BANN & NAIOP NNV:  January 17th Forecast 2018 and Beyond
NAIOP SNV: January 18th Forecast 2018
AGC: January 18th CLC Mixer
SNHBA: Jan 9th - 11th IBS Home Show Orlando Fl. 
LVGEA: January 23rd The State of Economic Development
Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors: 
RCM Realty Group

We are constantly updating our contact list so If there is another member of your team who would benefit from this information, please let us know! Email updated contact information to: Thank you!

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