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    Tuesday Apr 20, 2021 - Wednesday Apr 21, 2021
    Do you need a Construction Stormwater General Permit from Ecology? If your project disturbs over an acre of land or is in a subdivision, you probably do. This permit states that all sites disturbing over an acre of land must have a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL). The CESCL is trained to inspect, install, and manage stormwater controls on your site. Ecology requires a CESCL to be on-call at all times, so most companies will need more than one employee trained as a CESCL. This certification is good for three years. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Tuesday Apr 20, 2021
    This presentation will provide preventive law strategies and case studies to help you better manage your insurance programs and lawsuits, including: (1) aligning insurance program with appropriate transfer of enterprise-wide risks; (2) clarifying vague/ambiguous policy language up front; (3) developing a process for reporting and managing insurance claims; and (4) working productively with insurers in contested matters. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Thursday Apr 22, 2021
    Online CESCL Recertification Info: You will receive the online class meeting info and a book link the day before the start of class. It will be sent to the email you use during registration. To receive your CESCL card and credit for the class, you must sign in for the fully scheduled class time and complete the test at the end. Is your Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) certification about to expire? The Department of Ecology requires a CESCL on all stormwater permitted construction sites over an acre and CESCL certifications must be renewed every three years with a one-day class. Designed for residential builders, BIAW's CESCL recertification class will answer builder questions, including what BMP's perform best on construction sites, how to keep those BMP's working, what red flags signal erosion problems, and how to effectively work with local and state inspectors. This class will also walk you through the planning and execution of erosion control in a subdivision. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Thursday Apr 22, 2021
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    Categories: Member Event
    Wednesday Apr 28, 2021
    MBA Pierce invites you to our April 28th Orientation Webinar for new and prospective members. Find out how a membership with MBA Pierce can save you thousands! Join us for information, networking, and fun! ... read more
    Categories: Member Event
    Wednesday Apr 28, 2021
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    Categories: General Membership Meeting
    Tuesday May 4, 2021
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    Thursday May 6, 2021
    Join us for the 2021 Housing Summit to discuss the economic forecast and current state of housing. ... read more
    Categories: Member Event
    Thursday May 6, 2021
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    Categories: Committee Meeting
    Thursday May 6, 2021
    This session will review the various leave laws that impact your business and the handling of employee absences due to personal or family medical reasons. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Tuesday May 11, 2021
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    Tuesday May 11, 2021
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    Wednesday May 12, 2021
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    Categories: General Membership Meeting, Member Event
    Thursday May 13, 2021
    Eighty percent of consumers believe online reviews and testimonials as much as a reference of a friend. What people say about your work, your company and your staff remains online, good or bad. The smartest companies take reviews seriously and leverage what satisfied clients have to say. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Thursday May 13, 2021
    This Design Professionals Council meeting will be the Garden Pop-Up Party - featuring Native Landscaping Design. ... read more
    Categories: Council Meeting
    Tuesday May 18, 2021 - Wednesday May 19, 2021
    Do you need a Construction Stormwater General Permit from Ecology? If your project disturbs over an acre of land or is in a subdivision, you probably do. This permit states that all sites disturbing over an acre of land must have a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL). The CESCL is trained to inspect, install, and manage stormwater controls on your site. Ecology requires a CESCL to be on-call at all times, so most companies will need more than one employee trained as a CESCL. This certification is good for three years. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Thursday May 20, 2021
    Online CESCL Recertification Info: You will receive the online class meeting info and a book link the day before the start of class. It will be sent to the email you use during registration. To receive your CESCL card and credit for the class, you must sign in for the fully scheduled class time and complete the test at the end. Is your Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) certification about to expire? The Department of Ecology requires a CESCL on all stormwater permitted construction sites over an acre and CESCL certifications must be renewed every three years with a one-day class. Designed for residential builders, BIAW's CESCL recertification class will answer builder questions, including what BMP's perform best on construction sites, how to keep those BMP's working, what red flags signal erosion problems, and how to effectively work with local and state inspectors. This class will also walk you through the planning and execution of erosion control in a subdivision. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Tuesday May 25, 2021
    Join the Remodelor's Council for their monthly meeting! More information coming soon. ... read more
    Categories: Council Meeting, Member Event
    Tuesday Jun 1, 2021
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    Wednesday Jun 2, 2021 - Thursday Jun 3, 2021
    Do you need a Construction Stormwater General Permit from Ecology? If your project disturbs over an acre of land or is in a subdivision, you probably do. This permit states that all sites disturbing over an acre of land must have a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL). The CESCL is trained to inspect, install, and manage stormwater controls on your site. Ecology requires a CESCL to be on-call at all times, so most companies will need more than one employee trained as a CESCL. This certification is good for three years. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Thursday Jun 3, 2021
    MBA Pierce is excited to introduce the 2021 Home Building Bus Tour! This tour is designed to take elected officials who represent jurisdictions throughout Pierce County on a guided journey of the home building process, from permitting to purchase. More information coming soon! ... read more
    Categories: Community Event
    Thursday Jun 3, 2021
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    Categories: Committee Meeting
    Thursday Jun 3, 2021
    Seafood Fest features a variety of seafood appetizers, Dungeness and King crab, beverages, dessert, live music and more! ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Council Meeting, Member Event
    Friday Jun 4, 2021
    Online CESCL Recertification Info: You will receive the online class meeting info and a book link the day before the start of class. It will be sent to the email you use during registration. To receive your CESCL card and credit for the class, you must sign in for the fully scheduled class time and complete the test at the end. Is your Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) certification about to expire? The Department of Ecology requires a CESCL on all stormwater permitted construction sites over an acre and CESCL certifications must be renewed every three years with a one-day class. Designed for residential builders, BIAW's CESCL recertification class will answer builder questions, including what BMP's perform best on construction sites, how to keep those BMP's working, what red flags signal erosion problems, and how to effectively work with local and state inspectors. This class will also walk you through the planning and execution of erosion control in a subdivision. ... read more
    Categories: Education Class
    Tuesday Jun 8, 2021
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    Tuesday Jun 8, 2021
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