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Committee & Council Chairs

Chairperson: Berni Kenworthy, Axis Land Consulting

Save the Date: November 17th, 2023

Kitsap Golf & Country Club

Chairperson: Brandon Wieschhaus, Hawk's Nest Ventures, Inc 

Save the Date: Saturday, February 24, 2024

Kitsap Golf & Country Club

Our 2024 event is on Saturday, February 24, 2024, and we would be thrilled to have you attend this year!
We thank you for your continued support of building a strong community! We Build Kitsap!

Chairperson: Jerad Rains, Rogue Fabrications

Show Date: May 3-5th 2024

Kitsap County Fairgrounds

Join us to plan the Biggest and Best Home Expo West of Seattle ™! 

For over forty years, the Peninsula Home & Remodel Expo is the Peninsula’s largest and most trusted destination for all home design and home improvement information and inspiration. Directly connecting you with Kitsap and the Pacific Northwest Region industry leaders and trendsetters.

Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 3 pm

Chairperson: Mayella Disney, Disney Real Estate

This casual mixer event for our members and guests is very loosely structured.  All members are encouraged to attend! Bring a friend! You buy your food and drink. Typically 30- 40 people. We hold it in a new place each time. No fee! No registration is required. 

Chairperson: Randy Biegenwald, CPA

Build a Better Christmas is a program funded by the Home Builders Foundation. Throughout the year, the Foundation receives donations from KBA members and friends intended for this annual program. With these funds, our volunteer shoppers go out and purchase Christmas gifts for the women and children, some as young as 3 months old, who live in the YWCA Alive Shelter during the holidays. Build a Better Christmas helps alleviate stress for these families and provides a good dose of Christmas cheer. This is a wonderful program and a great way to lend a helping hand to those in need during the holidays. We welcome and encourage any KBA members to participate, learn more about the program, and volunteer!

Chairperson: Jake Able, Pacific Northwest Title Company 

2023 Save the Date! Friday, September 15th 

Since 1980 the Builders Classic has been the summer highlight for fundraising and fun for the Kitsap Building Association. 

Meets the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 am

Chairperson: Marianne Webber, Sound West Group

For our members in the land development industry (developers, real estate investors, engineers, land use attorneys, etc) the Developer’s Council is a long-standing, regular meeting of development professionals. Many of the successes the KBA has had on Kitsap area code-related concerns have been through the study and work of this group of knowledgeable professionals.

Meets on the last Wednesday of every month at 8 am

Chairperson: Berni Kenworthy, Axis Land Title

Each month the Government Affairs Committee meets on topics important to our members. Typical meetings include an elected official guest speaker, training information on how to use important government tools, like a Small Works Roster for finding jobs, and during the election season, this committee conducts interviews of candidates seeking elected office.

Meets on the last Wednesday of every month at 9:30 am 

Chairperson: Brandon Wieschhaus, Hawks Nest Ventures, Inc

Members are the heart of our association and in order to reach out to all the companies in Kitsap that would benefit from a KBA membership, the KBA has a group of volunteers that focus on just that. For those that are interested in networking, this is the committee for you! That cold call becomes much warmer when you’re able to speak peer-to-peer about the Kitsap Building Association.

Meets the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 am

Chairperson: Brady Mueller, Quality Coatings Enterprises

The Kitsap Building Association has been working diligently to address the lack of training and knowledge of opportunities that the building industry provides. A sustainable workforce must be available to fill the demanding need for qualified tradesmen and women here in Kitsap County. Some of these efforts include the creation of Construction in Motion, Trades in Motion and the Builder Grant Program. Also, the association is being asked to partner with local school districts, West Sound Tech, and various Career and Technical Education advisory committees to spread the word concerning the construction trades.

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