At Coverings: NTCA 70th Anniversary Awards Presentation

In 2016, the NTCA’S Tile Person of the Year Award was presented to Steve Young of Steve Young & Associates, located in White Plains, Ga.

Among the many events and parties taking place during Coverings 17, April 4-7, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., will be a very special celebration for NTCA on Thursday night, April 6 from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. On this night, NTCA will mark its 70th year in 2017 as a leading association for tile installers.

Cox Tile of San Antonio, Texas won the 2016 Five Star Contractor Grand Prize Residential Award for its “Brick and Stone Paradise” project.

NTCA will recognize leaders who have made a difference over many years of service to the association as part of this stellar event.  In addition, the prestigious Tile Person of the Year will be honored, and the Tile Council of North America will present its award winners.

Also a part of the 70th Anniversary Awards show will be the Five Star Contractor Project of the Year, the Tom Ade Scholarship Award recipient  and the Grand Prize Winners of the Coverings Design and Installation Awards.  This is a time to celebrate YOUR association!

In addition, former NTCA presidents, Tile Persons of the Year, and Ring of Honor winners will be invited to the event. NTCA will also recognize sponsors and contractors who have supported the Gary Sinise Rise Foundation program. A party to celebrate this 70th Anniversary year will go until 9 p.m. after the presentation. Don’t miss it!

Grazzini Brothers & Company of Egan, Minnesota won the 2016 Five Star Contractor Grand Prize Commercial Award – Residential or its installation of over 24,000 sq. ft. of exterior natural stone wall tile and interior porcelain floor and wall tile at the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory in Anchorage, Alaska.

Editor’s Letter – February 2017

Lesley Goddin, Editor

“This is the power of gathering: it inspires us, delightfully, to be more hopeful, more joyful, more thoughtful: in a word, more alive.”
– Alice Waters

I just returned home from Surfaces a.k.a The International Surface Event (TISE) West in Las Vegas. You’ll read more about the show in our March issue, since in the wonderful world of magazine publishing, the February issue is already designed and ready to be produced except for this letter. But here’s a little taste of what took place at the show.

What I noticed is a LOT of people – crowds seemed fuller from day one through the end this year. People were excited – about the products, about the conferences, about what they could find to enhance their businesses and take them to a higher level. For instance, there were standing-room-only crowds at presentations by NTCA presenters Mark Heinlein and Robb Roderick conducted at the installation stage.

This crush of people was echoed at the NTCA booth, where State Ambassadors, members and curious showgoers clustered to talk about tile, education, business and membership, and where member volunteers like Chris Dalene of Five Star Contractor Dalene Flooring, and staffers like Amber Fox, newly hired Five Star Contractor Program Director, signed up seven new members. 

Also percolating at the show was Certified Tile Installer testing, with nine installers taking a timed test to lay tile on the CTI modules.

The effort was supported by several of the new Regional Evaluators, which will allow more frequent CTI tests to take place with smaller class sizes across the country. Twelve new Regional Evaluators are on the job, led by Kevin Insalato of California Flooring. In the testing area were also workshops and testing conducted by other industry sectors like carpet and vinyl.

For NTCA, the whole show kicked off with an executive committee meeting, followed by a well-attended Training & Education Committee gathering, led by Training & Education Committee chair Dave Rogers of Welch Tile and Marble.

NTCA Training & Education Committee chairperson Dave Rogers (l.) with NTCA assistant executive director Jim Olson.

That first evening, NTCA held a reception and dinner in appreciation of its members and State Ambassadors with an address by NTCA president Martin Howard, presentation by Eric Astrachan of TCNA and a video on the history of NTCA and its accomplishments in the last 15 years.

David Allen Company’s Martin Howard, NTCA president, addressed the State Ambassador and Member Appreciation Dinner.

Wish you had been there? Stay tuned to our March issue for more details on the show. For now, enjoy all the information in this issue, from the Bostik’s cover story on the stunning mosaic installation in a Utah lodge to LATICRETE’s Sean Boyle’s economic update, to an exploration of the confounding problem of discoloration of natural stone used in shower installations, to the list of installation track seminars at the Coverings show, coming to Orlando in April. We also have a bonus story on measuring wet film thickness from MAPEI, and voices from the field in our new Hot Topics section, focused this month on grout.

The new year is building momentum. Let’s make it a good one!

Be well, and God bless,
Lesley
[email protected]

NTCA Benefits Box – January 2017

benefitsboxNTCA offers two “partner” programs in its package for members: PartnerShip® and Partnering for Success

PartnerShip

partnershipPartnerShip, the endorsed shipping management provider of NTCA, offers shipping discounts to all NTCA members on select FedEx® services, as well as savings on less-than-truckload (LTL) freight shipments arranged through PartnerShip. This program is FREE to all NTCA members, with no minimums required.

Members can request a no-obligation free quote for standard or guaranteed LTL (less-than-truckload) services from PartnerShip freight broker. The service works with the reputable LTL carriers, including: AAA Cooper, Estes Express, FedEx Freight, Dayton Freight, Old Dominion, New Penn, Pitt Ohio, R+L Carriers, Reddaway, Southeastern, UPS Freight, YRC Freight and many more!

Services also include full or partial truckload (dry van, flat bed, step deck, refrigerated, etc.). PartnerShip employs a stringent carrier review process and has access to thousands of the top truckload freight carriers across North America.

If you need to ship to a trade show, PartnerShip can help with this as well, as it can arrange great shipping rates with leading exhibit freight carriers. The company has a relationship with UPS Freight and YRC Freight and, if needed, can secure other carrier options as well.

Interested in learning more about PartnerShip or becoming a NTCA member? Contact assistant executive director Jim Olson at 612-788-4726 or email [email protected]

Partnering for Success

NTCA’s Partnering for Success benefit virtually pays you to be a member! Leading installation material manufacturers have invested in NTCA members by offering same-as-cash vouchers for valuable products you use every day – $1,800 worth of vouchers to be exact. This enables contractor members to experience all NTCA has to offer and actually MAKE money as an NTCA member when using Partnering for Success vouchers.

Participating manufacturers authorize NTCA to provide vouchers for their products that can be redeemed by NTCA contractor members, directly from the manufacturer or through any participating distributors. A total of $1,800 in vouchers is provided in contractor membership packets in these product categories: backer board, setting and grouting materials, membranes, cleaning and sealing materials, tools, floor heating systems, and ceramic tile.

In 2017, Home Depot will accept vouchers from QEP, Custom, and James Hardie.

Participating manufacturers for 2017 include: Alpha Professional Tools, American Olean, Aqua Mix, ARDEX, ATR Leveling, Bellota, Blanke, Ceramic Tool, Composeal, Contractors Direct, Custom Building Products, Daltile, Dependable Bagging, Emser, Flextherm, Florida Tile, LATICRETE, MAPEI, MAPEI Ultracare, Marazzi Tile, Mark E. Industries, Metropolitan Ceramics, MLT, NAC Products, National Gypsum/Permabase, Noble Company, NTCA Store, NTCA University, Nuheat, Oceancare, Porcelain Plus Speed Bit, Proflex, QEP, Rubi Tools, Schluter, Sun Touch, TEC Specialty, Texrite, The Home Depot, Trending Accessiblity, Trimaco, USG, VanHearron, Warmly Yours and wedi. Select the vouchers you want for the products you use or have been meaning to try. Vouchers are either used as cash, good for discounts or provide rebates on purchased products, depending on the manufacturer. For information, contact Jim Olson, NTCA assistant executive director, at 612-788-4726 or [email protected]

NTCA Webinar: Green Construction and the Tile Industry

What: Free Webinar – Green Construction and the Tile Industry
When: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 1:00pm to 2:00pm Central Standard Time

The Green Construction and the Tile Industry presentation will take a look at green construction and how tile fits into these buildings.  The presentation will touch on why the world is going “green”, the effects on the world around us, the future of green construction, and then dive into LEED v4 and Living Building Challenge which are the two Green Rating Systems for which we see the most requests for information.  We will also discuss the changes to LEED and what the TCNA, tile manufacturers and tile installation material manufacturers have done to respond to changes in green construction over the past 3 years.

About the presenter:

Mitch HawkinsMitch Hawkins is the Technical Services Manager for LATICRETE International at the corporate world headquarters in Bethany, CT.  His major responsibilities are to oversee the day to day operations of the LATICRETE Technical Services Dept. in providing information, assistance and knowledge to the tile and stone installation community.  As a 16 year member of LATICRETE, he has traveled the world learning about the wide variety of installation methods and materials, educating others about LATICRETE installation products, and assisting in improving the world tile and stone community.  Since 2005, he has been responsible for creating and providing green information for LATICRETE and helping to drive the participation of LATICRETE in the green construction community.

NTCA Benefits Box – December

Each month, we select a specific benefit of NTCA membership and present it in detail to give you an idea of how joining NTCA can enhance and support your business.

As a year-end recap, we present the whole range of benefits – and counting – that come with NTCA. We say “and counting” because NTCA staff are constantly working to add even MORE benefits and enhancements to NTCA membership.

If you’re more video oriented, visit http://www.tile-assn.com/?page =Membership to see our NTCA Membership Video, debuted in January 2016, that gives you a fast-paced view of all NTCA has to offer. That same page has board advisor Dan Welch’s testimonial on how NTCA has helped his business and that of other NTCA members.

There’s a whirlwind tour through the benefits membership in NTCA offers you. Want to learn more? Contact Jim Olson at [email protected] or visit the association website at www.tile-assn.com

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NTCA Reference Manual: A comprehensive culmination of knowledge and research and development of the Technical Committee members, ceramic tile contractors, distributors, manufacturers and others allied to the ceramic tile industry.

bb-pubsTileLetter Magazine: This publication is geared toward the contractor’s business, including installation advice, new technology and products, and best business practices. Published 15 times a year – 12 monthly issues, a Coverings issue and a TRENDS and TECH issue.

TCNA Handbook – The TCNA Handbook for Ceramic, Glass and Stone Tile Installation is a guide to assist in clarifying and standardizing installation specifications for tile. Each installation recommendation, or method, requires a properly designed, constructed, and prepared substructure using materials and construction techniques that meet nationally recognized material and construction standards. All members receive a copy.

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News & Views eNewsletter: Twice monthly, our News & Views eNewsletter is emailed to all members to keep you informed of all industry and association activities.

NTCA Workshops and Webinars and CTEF Educational Programs: We travel throughout the country providing free educational workshops to those in the tile industry, made possible by generous host sites. NTCA also offers free monthly online webinars presented by industry experts, easily accessible via computer at home or office. bb-robb

Installation Videos/Tile TV: Available on DVD, NTCA continues to pave the way in technical education with instructional videos for you and your employees. View additional “Tile Tips” and bi-monthly dedicated tile broadcasts at www.iwantmytiletv.com.

bb-university-logoNTCA University Discount – NTCA University offers classes in Management, Marketing and Finance to bridge the gap between a successful tile job and a successful tile business. The current introductory price for NTCA Contractor Members only is $99/year which gets you full, unlimited access to all NTCAU courses for all of your employees!

Tom Ade Scholarship – The NTCA “Tom Ade” Ceramic Tile Scholarship has been established by the National Tile Contractors Association to provide educational opportunities for children or grandchildren of NTCA Contractor Members.bb-ade-scholar

Live Technical Advice – We research your problem and answer your tough questions on a timely basis. If we don’t have the answer, we find someone who does. Just email [email protected]

Networking

bb-tspTotal Solutions Plus: This annual leadership conference focuses on technical and business education. TSP brings together the industry’s leading manufacturers, distributors, and contractors all under one roof for a unique experience.

NTCA Membership Directory: As a member, your listing in the directory is an indispensable tool for referrals to the very best manufacturers, distributors, contractors, architects, designers, and builders.

Working smarter

Partnering for Success Voucher Program: Our manufacturing sponsors feel so strongly about the value the NTCA provides its members that they will more than offset your investment with product vouchersto the tune of $1,800 a year.

Marketing Program: Professional marketing tools have been designed and written to make it easy, quick and affordable for you to promote your services, whether you are focused on commercial contracts or residential customers.

NTCA Contractors Safety Program: The NTCA Contractor Safety Program is different from other safety programs because it was created to meet the specific needs of tile contractors, and is available only to NTCA members. 

bb-5starFive Star Contractor Program: Add the NTCA Five Star logo to your already strong list of credentials, heralding your high level of professionalism. Take advantage too of sneak peeks of new technologies and special Five Star Contractor summit meetings to get a leg up on the competition.

Discount for CTI Program – The Certified Tile Installer (CTI ) Program is a National Standard for Tile Installation to ensure that ceramic tile gets installed correctly the first time. NTCA members receive $50 off CTI testing.

Bid RX Prescription Program: BidRx is a secure, internet website that links members with pharmacies, manufacturers, prescribers and payers so all can make better decisions when purchasing prescription medications. Choose among pharmacies that are competing for prescription medication business and get the best price.

PartnerShip® shipping discount program: PartnerShip®, the endorsed shipping management provider of NTCA, offers shipping discounts to all NTCA members on select FedEx® services, as well as savings on less-than-truckload (LTL) freight shipments arranged through PartnerShip. Free, with no minimums required.

Property and Liability Insurance: For NTCA members only, this program covers all aspects of insurance needs for the tile contractor.

bb-legal-shieldLegalShield – IDT Plans/Legal Plans: Everyone deserves affordable legal and identity theft protection.  With LegalShield on your side, you have the power to access legal and identity theft advice and services when you need them, all for one low monthly fee.

NTCA welcomes new staff for advertising/ PR/marketing/social media, and Five Star Contractor program

 JACKSON, Miss. —  Effective January 3rd, NTCA welcomes two uniquely-talented individuals to the association staff.  Allison Morris, who will work out of NTCA’s Mississippi office, will become the association’s full time Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Specialist and Social Media Manager.

Allison Morris, NTCA Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Specialist and Social Media Manager.

Allison Morris, NTCA Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Specialist and Social Media Manager.

 Allison is energetic and professional, and is finishing her Master’s Degree in Marketing and Communications at Mississippi College. She possesses strong verbal and oral communications skills. In her previous position, she was the Director of Public Relations for Hinds Community College and their six campuses here. This is a significant upgrade to the NTCA staff.  Allison will attend shows like Coverings to help NTCA increase its social media and social media presence and hold press conferences.

In addition, NTCA has come to an agreement to hire Amber Fox as the new Five Star Program Director for the association.  Amber is the daughter of Five Star Contactor member John Wirtz in San Diego.  Amber will office out of the San Diego area, and will oversee the growth and development of this outstanding program.  

Amber Fox, NTCA Five Star Program Director

Amber Fox, NTCA Five Star Program Director

Amber has a highly respected reputation as a passionate advocate of professional tile contracting. For the past several years, she has been an Executive Assistant to the president of a large electrical contracting firm, and she has added this experience to a strong knowledge of tile contracting.  She will work closely with the NTCA staff, as well as its Five Star Contractor members, to grow the NTCA program on all levels.   

 

 

Member Spotlight – Boatman and Magnani, Inc. – December 2016

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Capitol Heights, Md.

custom-sponsorBoatman and Magnani, Inc., located in Capitol Heights, Md., has provided the Washington metropolitan area with ceramic tile, terrazzo, and natural stone work since 1960.

Throughout the company’s 56-year history, Boatman and Magnani has earned an enduring reputation by delivering the area’s leading architects, general contractors, and owners the highest quality material and craftsmanship in a timely fashion.

Boatman and Magnani has established a long list of satisfied clients and continues to strive for excellence in an ever-changing industry. As leaders in the tile, terrazzo, and stone industry, Boatman and Magnani owes its success to a great deal of hard work, dedication, intelligence and determination. It aims to give the client what they want, and do the best job possible. The company likes challenging work, and jobs that are unusual, big or small.

Boatman and Magnani performs work for the federal government, District of Columbia, state governments, general contractors, and at times directly for architectural firms. For proof that no job is too large or too small, one needs to look no further than Boatman and Magnani‘s project list: the woman-owned tile, marble and terrazzo union contractor has supplied and carried out over 8,500 projects in its 56 year history. Some include intricate large-scale projects such as The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, MGM Casino, The African American History Museum, U.S. Marshall Service, The New Doha International Airport, The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center (Federal Triangle), Tyson‘s II Mall, The Willard Hotel and Office Building, International Square, The Library of Congress, National Gallery of Art, The President’s Guest House, and Postal Square.

Boatman and Magnani also continually coordinates and executes smaller projects including: many of the area elementary, middle and high schools; high-end finish tenant spaces and law firms; hospitals, hotels, and private and public office buildings. The company prides itself in having the expertise and ability to tackle large, complicated private residences, where it has provided expert coordination and installation of tile, terrazzo, stone, marble, brick, and mosaics in some of the area’s premier homes. It currently employs 65 BAC/IMI Local 1 Union-trained tile, terrazzo and marble workers.

Boatman and Magnani employs a very loyal, creative, knowledgeable staff of office/ senior project managers, estimators, draftspersons, and administrative personnel. It also takes pride and highly values its superintendents and skilled union labor force of foreman and field tile setters, terrazzo workers, and stone masons. When it finds someone with proficiency, the company knows it’s important to keep him or her on board. Some of Boatman and Magnani’s employees have over a 25-year tenure.

Because of the close combination of employees at Boatman and Magnani, the company is able to be diversified and maintain stature at the forefront of the industry. The office is equipped with a state-of-the-art drafting and estimating department that takes pride in returning accurate bids, and generates shop drawings with precision. Boatman and Magnani is also equipped with a natural stone fabrication shop, employing talented, expert craftsmen and creating custom fabrications. The quality of craftsmanship that Boatman and Magnani’s field forces produce speaks for itself.

Boatman and Magnani has earned a multitude of Washington Building Congress (WBC) Awards, including the WBC Star Award for Technical Excellence for The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center Project (which is one of the largest projects completed by Boatman and Magnani, Inc.) in Washington, D.C. It was also awarded the WBC Star Award for Excellence in the Face of Adversity for the Tyson’s II Project in McLean, Va., and the WBC Star Award for Technical Excellence for the Sports Club/LA Project at The Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Another large project completed by Boatman and Magnani was the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center (Federal Triangle) in Washington, D.C. The work of over 150 valued employees was not unnoticed when Boatman and Magnani was awarded the prestigious Terrazzo Job of the Century by the National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association (NTMA).

Boatman and Magnani continues to make its mark using time-honored principles and exceptional craftsmanship and looks forward to new installation challenges in the future.

The company joined NTCA and pursued Five Star Contractor status to be considered part of a group of organizations that exemplify quality and integrity in the tile industry.

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Editor’s Letter – December 2016

Lesley psf head shotHere we are, at the end of yet another year. It’s incomprehensible that the year has flown by so quickly. Personally, I remember like yesterday being at Surfaces/ \TISE West in January and getting a call that my dad’s health had declined, then scurrying to make plans to be with him in his final days in New Jersey. In many ways, the rest of the year has been a bit of a blur, punctuated with many celebrities and musical greats leaving our planet, and people in the industry and their loved ones struggling with health or professional challenges and changes.

There have been victories and there have been disappointments. Our country seems poised for major change. Some fear those changes, some look forward to them with hopeful anticipation. But to reference the Nobel Prize for Literature winner quote that opens this article, “The times, they are a-changin’.” That is for SURE.

We’ve had many changes and developments in our industry, from progress on gauged porcelain tile/installation standards, to reaching the 1300th member for NTCA, to hiring regional evaluators for the Certified Tile Installer testing program and a coordinator to oversee it all. Changes to the NTCA Strategic Plan have been made to include:

  1. Adding value to NTCA membership
  2. Growing apprenticeship and online education programs
  3. Promoting quality through further development of training and education programs
  4. Taking the Five Star Contractor program to a whole new level

This comes with aforementioned investment in new personnel and programs including a Spanish-speaking presenter for our workshops and translations, new coordinators and office support. You’ll learn more about NTCA accomplishments and 2017 plans in our January issue, but hopefully the NTCA Previews section we started a few months ago is giving you an idea of the tremendous progress the industry is making, working together, pulling together, talking and debating together and moving ahead. As I said in my November letter, that quality of collaboration demonstrated by our industry makes me particularly proud to be a member of it.

Several things are well known about change – not many people really love or embrace it – and that change is necessary, will happen and is a necessary factor for growth.

That being said, how do you handle change? Are you a step-on-the-brakes kind of person or a full-speed-ahead person? How do you navigate the roller coaster that change inevitably brings? If negotiating change brings a lot of stress to you and your team, this could be a time to refresh and refine your relationship with it to provide a smoother, more manageable path for the foreseeable future – and beyond. And if you have words of wisdom or experience to share, I’d love to hear about them and feature them in a Business Tip article early next year.

In the meantime, enjoy the coming time that provides a lull or a respite from the regular busyness of life – sometimes by replacing it with busyness of its own. The time known as “The Holidays.” Enjoy those you love and those who love you. These are precious days. May you be blessed with health, joy, prosperity, love and laughter to take you through the end of 2016 and provide an excellent launch pad for 2017.

God bless,
Lesley
[email protected]

President’s Letter – December 2016

JWoelfel_headshotWow! Those two years went by quickly. I am writing my last President’s Letter and it is not a sad moment, but an appreciative moment.

Two years ago when I became president, I laid out what I thought were some important goals, like the NTCA taking its rightful place as the tile industry’s most important association, looking to domestic partners, and international conversations and meetings.

I believe we have attained those goals. We are now more than 1300 members strong, our voice at national installation standard meetings is valued and respected, and our international dialogue with manufacturers, installers and associated industry partners is being developed in a very positive way.

Next year is the 70th anniversary of the NTCA and our association is stronger than ever going into the future. At the same time we are looking to our past to affirm our values, training and education, quality installations, qualified labor, and continuing to be professional tile contractors. These values should never be lost. In fact, these values need to be shouted from the mountaintops to gain the attention of home builders, general contractors and owners, so that this or the next installation done for them is by an NTCA member.

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(L to r) Board advisors John Cox, Dan Welch and Nyle Wadford; outgoing president/chairman of the board James Woelfel; new NTCA president Martin Howard with 1st vice president Christopher Walker.

Before I ride off into the Arizona sunset, I want to say how fortunate the NTCA and its members are that Martin Howard of David Allen Company is the next president. I have sat with Martin many times at NTCA, TCNA and ANSI meetings, watching him save tile contractors money and grief. Martin is a fervent defender of tile contractors and of industry standards. He wants to maximize our membership value for all of our members. He will be a great president.

I would like to thank the NTCA staff for all of the help and guidance for the last two years: Bart, Jim, Mark and everyone else have been wonderful. I want to thank the Executive Committee for taking a chance on me and then giving me their full support – it means a lot. I want to thank my parents Butch and Mary for keeping the doors open while I bounced around the country the last two years. Thank you to my son Preston, who let Dad go out and play with his friends knowing there was less time for him. I am so proud of you.

Thank you to my wife Chris. As you know, she has battled cancer this last year, yet she has supported me 100% and has represented our industry with class, dignity and immeasurable strength. She is my foundation – I love you.

Thank you to all of you who read my letters. I know how valuable your time is and I appreciate the feedback.

Respectfully,
James Woelfel, President NTCA
Chairman, NTCA
Technical Committee
480-829-9197
www.artcraftgmt.com

P.S. I am still chairman of the Technical Committee; I look forward to seeing you all in the future.

NTCA Welcomes New Executive Officers and State Directors

After a long and productive weekend at Total Solutions Plus, the National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA) held its annual meeting on Monday, October 25, and elected new members of the executive board.

Martin Howard of David Allen Company was elected President. Chris Walker, also of David Allen Company, was named 1st Vice President. Martin Brookes of Heritage Tile and Marble was elected 2nd Vice President, and outgoing President James Woelfel was elected Chairman of the Board. Dan Welch was named Executive Committee advisor, joining John Cox and Nyle Wadford as advisors to the committee.

Left to right: board advisors John Cox and Dan Welch, incoming President Martin Howard, outgoing President James Woelfel, incoming 2nd Vice President Martin Brookes, and incoming 1st Vice President Chris Walker.

Left to right: board advisors John Cox and Dan Welch, incoming President Martin Howard, outgoing President James Woelfel, incoming 2nd Vice President Martin Brookes, and incoming 1st Vice President Chris Walker.

Many new regional director appointments were also approved, with individuals serving two year terms in these important positions.  Those new directors include Robert Showers, Region 2; Paige Smith, Region 3; Mike Weaver, Region 4; Dirk Sullivan, Region 9; Stan Platt, Region 10; and Sam Bruce, Region 12.

Congratulations to the incoming executive board and regional directors! NTCA looks forward to continuing its growth and success as Voice of the Contractor with their help.

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