has also been actively involved in Chelan County's Wildland-Urban Interface Code proposal better known as the WUI.
Both designers did a fantastic job in creating two very unique and appealing kid's room themed displays at the BNCW
Discounts on things like appliances, fixtures, materials and much more are available when local providers know that their products and services will be featured in the BNCW
Home Tour & Remodeling Expo.
These meetings begin at 7:00am and are open to any BNCW
member to attend.
In 2015, BNCW
partnered with the Shoreline Owner's Coalition and NCWAR (North Central Washington Association of Realtors) to encourage the County Commissioners to consider amending the most egregious of these regulations
enlisted help from several of our member highend users--those who are likely to be the most frequent Community Development customers (submitting both building and land-use permit applications).
For information on these and other opportunities to get involved, please contact the BNCW
offices at (509) 293-5840.
members are proud to sit on the Construction Trades program advisory committee, helping Terry Fike--program instructor--to provide a conduit between his students and the local construction industry.
For more information about hosting one of the available NBN slots in 2018, please contact BNCW
Membership and Events Director, Lindsay Everhart, at 293-5840 or via email at Lindsay@BuildingNCW.
What more efficient way to do all of this in short order than by attending the 2018 BNCW
Thank you, Jim, for all that you do in support of BNCW
and our mission--you are sincerely appreciated
All in all, it was the perfect end to the 2017 BNCW
Nothing But Networking year