Associates Elect New Officers at the 101st Annual Meeting Held on April 11-13, 2014

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 00:00

The General Membership of the Association elected a new Board of Directors on April 11-13, 2014 during the 101st Annual meeting. The focus of “reengaging the building materials dealers” was apparent during the election and nomination process. “We need a driving force to reengage the Building Materials Dealers and to rekindle their interest,” stated the association executive, Dale Hill.

For years the Building Materials Dealers were the driving force behind the association but have been the silent majority for the past several years. The associations staff has made a commitment to concentrate on building material industry issues and to provide a much needed industry voice in West Virginia. In addition, the association is developing a new “industry/member survey” to assist in achieving this goal.

We would like to congratulate 2014-2015 Board of Directors:

President – Sammy Geso
Vice President – Cathy Daniels
Secretary/Treasurer – Tom Cook
Concrete Committee Chairman – Jim Fichtelman
Northern Region Directors – DeWayne McCartney, Marc Mauzy
Southern Region Directors – Warren Salyers, Bill Snyder
Central Region Directors – Scott Wells, Robert Francisco
At Large – J.P. Barger, Greg Damis
Associate Member Directors – Paul Benc, Jeff Stoker, Doug Burry
Immediate Past President – Phil Browne


Pervious Concrete Certification

Tuesday, 16 April 2013 12:35

Traveling to you!

Don't wait until the job is bid to secure your Pervious Concrete Contractors Certification! Let us come to you! If you have as many as three registrants, we will travel to you and hold a single day course and exam.

BSA/NRMCA Pervious Contractor Course

This program is designed to educate, train and certify concrete finishers in pervious concrete placement. Builders Supply Association staff will provide classroom training necessary and administer the written "Technical" examination in pervious concrete materials and proper placement procedures.

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SafetyWorks! Program

Saturday, 11 February 2012 00:00

Program Guidelines: “How does the program work?”

Step 1 – Your company shall establish a safety coordinator to oversee the program and maintain company records (no member company records shall be maintained by the BSA). Along with the coordinator, team leaders shall be established to conduct the weekly safety meetings (this person may be a member of management or a lead/mentor employee who sets the standards for others to follow).

Step 2 – Each week, (Wednesday), via email the safety coordinator as well as the team leaders shall receive from the BSA office all information and topics necessary to conduct the weekly meeting (additional copies for each attendee shall be made at member site). The team leaders shall then have one week from the date received to log their meeting completion notice with the respective company coordinator. This one week period allows time to schedule around peak production times.



Builders Supply Association/Federated Insurance “Estate Planning Seminar”

Thursday, 06 October 2011 05:46

A few years ago we had the opportunity to attend this presentation and was enlightened to several problems within my family assurance plan.  This “no cost” seminar will be presented in Charleston on October 17th and Morgantown on October 18th,  this seminar is open to all members of your firm(so pass the word) – you must register however by October 10th! by calling Federated at (804)346-4678, I hope this simple registration process will entice you to take the next step to insure your loved ones future.


The passing of a friend, a mentor and a leader!

Friday, 01 July 2011 00:00

Through our careers we meet people who are known for contributions only to our industry, people who are known for contributions to us as a friend or people who make contributions as a community leader. On April 18th we lost a friend who has made contributions to our industry, state, and several other areas along the way (which are too many to name). Of all his contributions he is known and remembered for, most of us will cherish the one of friend.

Don Stemple was a concrete producer, statesman, farmer and a mentor to many of us who were honored to collect his views on state government. He is recognized as a past president of our association, a group he was proud to faithfully serve. Don served several years in the West Virginia House of Delegates and later became Alcohol and Beverage Control Commission Director for the State of West Virginia under Governor Cecil Underwood.
Above all, Don shall be remembered as a gentleman and a loyal friend.


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