Welcome

 

Get back to work safely.
 

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Keep More of Your Money

Save on health insurance, get discounted building supplies, receive workers’ comp refunds, and more.

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Most companies save 10-15%.

GRIP safety stripes

Improve safety and save money on workers’ comp.

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Grow your business with member-to-member sponsorship and advertising.

We Care About The Puget Sound

Our communities are also our homes. Learn how we help make our region a better place through our advocacy efforts, sustainability practices, and community outreach programs throughout King and Snohomish counties.

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We advocate for builders on the federal, state, and local levels and assist members with permitting and regulatory issues.

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We want to keep our region green. Learn how to certify green homes and implement green building practices.

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From building free wheelchair ramps to painting community centers to park cleanups, our goal is to ensure everyone has a happy, healthy place to call home.

UPCOMING EVENTS AND CLASSES

Members get discounts on events and classes.

Tuesday
Oct 4

First Aid/CPR

Will you or your coworkers know what to do in case of a medical emergency?

Tuesday
Oct 4

PWB Shaken, Not Stirred

But you can order your drink however you like! Join the Professional Women in Building Council for their monthly happy hour.
Wednesday
Oct 5

Developer-Builder Issues Council Breakfast

Solving Snohomish County issues starts with you.
Wednesday
Oct 5

Construction Contracts and Lien Law

Structure contracts to minimize problems with customers or other contractors. Plus: how to prepare, record, and foreclose liens.
Wednesday
Oct 5

RISE Up: Coded Language Training

The Rise Up campaign’s “Coded Language at the Worksite” training contains information that will allow supervisors and/or managers to define coded language, discuss its impacts, and determine how to challenge it.
Thursday
Oct 6

Seattle Builders Council Breakfast

Break bread and discuss ways to enable business to operate more efficiently in Seattle.