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About Northwest Regional Builders Exchange

Founded April 1954, as the Eau Claire Chippewa Falls Builders, Exchange, Inc.

The Exchange is a not for profit, member-owned organization. The first Builders Exchange office was located at 311 1/2 South Farwell Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

The following men were the first officers of the Exchange: Peter Graziano, President; Arthur Perrenoud, Vice President; Guy Wiseman, Vice President; Ray German, Treasurer and Lawrence Hestekin, Secretary. Others serving as directors: John Hoeppner, Ernest Enerson, Maurice Popple, and Frank Mrozinski.

In October 1996 the Exchange moved to its present location, 2228 North Hillcrest Parkway, Ste. 2, Altoona, WI.

In January 1998 the exchange officially and legally changed its name to Northwest Regional Builders, Inc.

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2020 OFFICERS
President:  Jon Sorenson, Arrow Building Center
V. President: Nik Hanko, Royal Construction
Treasurer: Randy Schenk, Langford Caulking Ltd.
Secretary:  Jeff Witt, Farrell Equipment & Supply Co. Inc.

 
2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  • Nick Brekken, Consolidated Electrical Distributors
  • Tim Davis, American Express Excavation
  • Troy Ellis, Hudson Electric
  • Casey Kretz, Wipfli LLP
  • Kasey Lemke, Market & Johnson
  • Christian Peterson, Benedict Sales & Service

OFFICE STAFF

Executive Director: Dawn Bloom

Assistant Director: Barb Helland

Office Assistant: Sue Frederick

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  • Northwest Regional Builders Exchange Mission Statement
  • Northwest Regional Builders Exchange Mission

  • To cultivate and maintain friendly social and business relations among persons connected with the construction industry.
  • To procure plans, specifications and information covering projects to be constructed.
  • To furnish quarters for the convenience of the members in making such inspections and to promote the use of members' services for all construction activities in the area.
  • The association shall not be organized for profit and none of its earnings shall inure to any of its members. There shall be no capital stock.