Phase 2 is Around the Corner!
In SOME counties throughout our state, Phase 2 of Governor Inslee's Safe Start Washington plan has been implimented. Please note that none of our six services counties fall into the phase 2 category yet. But -- We want YOU to be prepared for when that happens! View current county variance within the state here.
BIAW is helping us keep our resources up to date, including:
  • jobsite safety plan
  • links to the governor’s memo & guidance
  • as well as necessary signage and
  • new Job Hazard Analysis for work under 6’ or in confined spaces
Visit our website for the most up-to-date resources to help keep your business operating:
Attend BIAW's Town Hall Webinars to Prepare for Phase 2
Click each button to register.
R.O.I.I. Select Return Checks are IN THE MAIL!
The staff at CWHBA are excited to report that we are returning over $2.3 Million to members who participated in the Return on Industrial Insurance (R.O.I.I.®) Select Program!

CWHBA sent out ROII Select checks via USPS, so if you're expecting a return, keep an eye on your mailbox.
We want to celebrate with you -- so send us your selfies, videos, or mail "un-boxing" via text to 509-834-9659 or email to be featured on our social media pages!
Consider Giving Just 10% of your R.O.I.I. Return
to the Affordable Housing Council of Central WA
CWHBA and BIAW have been incredibly effective this year keeping permit offices open and getting residential construction back to work before any other industry in Washington.

That work could have accomplished so much more had the right elected officials been in power. This year’s elections will be critical for our industry. Help contribute to electing politicians who are pro-building and pro-business by committing to giving 10% of your ROII Return to the AHCCW.
A Message from Greg Lane at BIAW:
Want to get invovled with the AHCCW but not sure how? Reach out to Jake Mayson, Government Affairs Director at or 505-500-5521. AHCCW meetings are scheduled the fourth Wednesday of each month at 3pm.
Other Noteworthy News...

There has been a major increase in unemployment fraud.   Here are tips on what you should do and how to help affected employees.

The Small Business Administration released the application for PPP loan forgiveness on Friday, more information can be found here .

BIA Clark has opened a PPE store if you are looking for in-stock masks, gloves, wipes, thermometers and more.
2020 CWHBA Golf Classic
July 30, 2020
Apple Tree Resort
Teams are Filling Up -- Register Today!
This CHWBA member-exclusive event is one of the most anticipated opportunities for members to connect and have fun, while helping support the work and efforts of the CWHBA membership association.

The 2020 CWHBA Golf Classic will be held at the Apple Tree Resort in Yakima, WA. Team registration is only $450 this year (4 players) and includes the green fee, cart rental (based on availability), lunch, fun golf games, prime rib dinner & Awards Par-Tee!
(Hole Sponsorships opportunities are also available by visiting the registration link)
Questions? Reach out to Lindsay Brown at or 509-834-9659
Seize the opportunity to display your projects, connect with prospective buyers, and highlight some of the unique features your homes have!

Early entry fee ends May 31st!
The 2020 Tour of Homes™ and Chefs on Tour™ are brought to you by:
Yakima Tour
September 12-13 & 19-20

Chefs on Tour™
September 16-17
Kittitas Tour
October 3-4
2018 Energy Code Update Webinar
Save the Date
July 21, 8:30 AM
Online Webinar Training
The effective date of the 2018 Washington State Energy Code wqas recently postponed to November 1, 2020. CWHBA and Washington State University is hosting a two-hour live online new code requirement update for CWHBA members. We are still finalizing the details but mark your calnedar!

This training is designed for building department staff, builders, sub-contractors, architects, homeowners, and other building industry professionals.  The training will include a question and answer session. Resources are provided by WSU Energy Program
Michael Lubliner, senior building scientist, has worked in the energy conservation and renewable energy field for nearly 40 years. In 1983, Lubliner began working for the Washington State Energy Office, which later became the WSU Energy Program, where he helped develop, implement, evaluate, and refine the Northwest Power Planning Council’s Model Conservation Standards, state energy codes, and Super Good Cents site-built and manufactured housing programs. He leads the Washington State Energy Code-Residential technical assistance program and also supports the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building America Program and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR Program.
Excellence In Remodeling (EIR) Awards

2020 EIR Awards, presented by the Building Industry Association of Washington, reopen the Call for Entries July 1-Aug. 31. The awards are judged by industry peers who validate your project and ensure it meets strict criteria...

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2020 CWHBA S cholarship Application Opens!
The Central Washington Home Builders Association is proud of its commitment to workforce development and education . Each year we award scholarships to local students furthering their education in the building industry or its related fields based on academic factors, applicant performance and career goals.
The Association is an enthusiastic supporter of students preparing for the future work force in the Building Industry. The Cliff Tanassae and CWHBA scholarship are awarded annually and must be postmarked by June 19th, 2020. 
Please share with students who may be eligible!
Chelsea Snodgrass , Executive Officer

Jake Mayson , Government Affairs Director

Emily Jameson , Member Services Director, South Central

Cheryl Nelson , Member Services Director, North Central
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