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December 1, 2011

Don’t Let Your AWI Membership Lapse! Renew Online Today

All Manufacturing and Supplier Members will soon receive their dues notices via e-mail. But you don’t have to wait to easily renew your membership online – anytime.

Each AWI member Point of Contact representative is authorized by AWI to renew your company’s AWI membership. This year, the entire membership renewal process has been streamlined from two steps to one step. You can declare your sales and renew your membership in one easy step – safely and securely.

Click here to learn the process for renewing your membership online in the "Members Only Resources" area of the AWI Web site. Log in at the top right corner of www.awinet.org. Point of Contacts will need their NEW Username and Password that was e-mailed to all Manufacturer and Supplier Members on/about November 1, 2011.

If you experience any difficulties renewing your membership online, contact AWI Marketing and Membership Manager Cassey Gibson at cgibson@awinet.org.

Remittances are due by December 31, 2011.                              

Keep your AWI membership current. Now, more than ever, during uncertain economic and highly competitive times, you need AWI’s membership resources to help you efficiently manage and cost-effectively operate your business.
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AWI News

New AWI Members

How many woodworkers and suppliers signed up for AWI membership recently? Who are they?


Al Mashrabia Furniture Industry, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Commercial CabinetWorks, Ridgefield, WA, www.comcabworks.com
Giffin Interior & Fixture, Inc., Bridgeville, PA, www.giffininterior.com
Knot Yet Cabinet Works, Inc., Rock Hill, SC, www.knotyetcabinetworks.com
Lisac Millwork, West Des Moines, IA
S&R Cabinetry & Builders, LLC, Tucson, AZ, www.srcabinetry.com
Top of the Line, Inc., Lester, PA


Fulterer USA, High Point, NC, www.fultererusa.com
Hood Distribution, Hattiesburg, MS, www.hooddistribution.com
WEINIG, Mooresville, NC, www.weinigusa.com

Use the online Directory of AWI Manufacturing and Supplier Members at www.awinet.org for contact information and access to the Web sites of these and other AWI members. The resource is open 24/7 for use in seeking manufacturers and suppliers of architectural woodwork.
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What’s New on AWI’s New Web Site?

A new and expanded Web site is AWI’s latest new service for members. If you haven’t visited www.awinet.org, do it now. Find exclusive "members only" access to e-Learning, education resources, and Safety Solutions.

At www.awinet.org, you’ll find a new and improved, revamped and redesigned Web site featuring expanded content re-organized by visitor type – architectural woodworkers, design professionals and suppliers.

You’ll need your NEW access codes to enter the "Members Area." Remember, that your personal username and password has changed.

Tell us what you think! AWI is still ironing out minor technical issues, so if you notice any, please contact the office at 571-323-3636 or at info@awinet.org. AWI needs to hear from you, if you experience any difficulties.

Enjoy your cruise around the new AWI Web site, www.awinet.org.
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And Baby Makes Three

Congratulations to Angie and Clay Fuller on the arrival of their son, Tyler Hudson Fuller.

Tyler was born at 2:33 pm on November 28, 2011, weighing 8 lbs. and 1 oz. and stretching 21 inches long. 

Mom and son are doing well; both are just tired!

Angie Fuller served as AWI’s Office Manager until November of this year. Baby Tyler is Angie’s new project.
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Learning Forum

“Green Talk” Webinar Airs on December 14

Do you have one hour of time to learn about "Chain of Custody in Real Life: A Multi-site Manager’s Perspective?" Find our more.

"Green Talk"                                         
December 14, 2011
2:00 pm EST
Host: Paul Davis, Columbia Forest Products

Free of charge to AWI members
Limited Participation – Register Early
Registration: Contact AWI Education Associate Lucy Wesson at lwesson@awinet.org.

The topic is "Chain of Custody in Real Life: A Multi-site Manager’s Perspective" presented by Paul Davis of Columbia Forest Products.  Paul developed Columbia’s FSC manufacturing, distribution and fabrication network in North America which includes 5 plywood mills, 3 veneer mills, brokerage operation and a log concentration yard serving COC dealerships in every state and province of the US and Canada.  He will be discussing his experience of COC issues in the real world as well as answering your questions.

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Business Tools

Lessons Learned from the CODBS

Did you know...that AWI presents a webinar each year to dive into the results of the most recent Cost of Doing Business Survey? What is shared during the webinar?

During this valuable webinar, the AWI Financial Management Team and CODBS participants share ways that they have used the data to make valuable business decisions and improve their companies. This includes what separates High Profit companies from Average companies, how to determine the valuation of your company using your financial statements, how to use the HR benchmarks to determine optimal salary levels and benefits, and more.

All AWI Manufacturing Members may view the entire 2011 Cost of Doing Business webinar on the AWI e-Learning site. The webinar was initially a complimentary benefit to all those who participated in the 2011 CODB Survey. The insightful session was developed and presented by Sebastien DesMarais, Business Development for Hollywood Woodwork, Inc., Hollywood, FL, and Marc Sanderson, President and Owner of Wilkie Sanderson, Sauk Rapids, MN. The presenters’ thorough review of the CODBS Report and their business management expertise is now available to all AWI Manufacturing Members. Find out what lessons were learned from the big changes that occurred in 2011 CODBS compared with the 2010 CODBS. Then, as the presenters advise in their webinar, take action to improve your bottom line.

AWI members may enter the AWI e-Learning site through the "Members Area" portal on the AWI Web site, www.awinet.org. Access the AWI e-Learning site.
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The Talk This Week

What are the hot topics this week among AWI members connecting on the AWI LinkedIn network, now over 1,600 participants strong? 

Here are some of the current topics being discussed:

  • Free Online Map of Manufacturers Selling Moulding
  • Site Promoting Woodworkers
  • Thermo-treated Wood
  • Collection Agencies
  • Employment & Other Business Opportunities
  • Seeking Barn Wood Source

Click into the forums anytime to find out what’s important among architectural woodworkers. The AWI LinkedIn home page is here. See what your peers are saying. If you’re not yet registered with LinkedIn, do it when you check out the current discussions. It’s free and it’s a useful networking tool among AWI members.
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Paskr Offers ConsensusDOCS Contracts in Project Management Software

Responding to customers’ interest to use ConsensusDOCS, Paskr now offers several ConsensusDOCS standard contracts within its project management software.

ConsensusDOCS subscribers will now be able to access seven documents from within the Paskr software.

"Paskr is a document portal that utilizes the technology of the Internet to bring teams together and deliver, share and execute the documents. Utilizing Paskr to deliver ConsensusDOCS contracts provides a state of the art tool that the industry has been begging for," according to Pat Whalen, president of Paskr.

The new arrangement between ConsensusDOCS and Paskr follows a number of other recent developments highlighting growing support for ConsensusDOCS.

  • For example, the number of organizations participating in ConsensusDOCS has grown from 30 at the beginning of 2011 to 35 today.
  • The number of ConsensusDOCS users continues to grow despite a depressed construction economy.
  • In Ohio, a new $4.4 million, 17,500-square-foot Capital Park Family Health Center opened on October 19 and "employed the industry-endorsed ConsensusDOCS contracts to efficiently assemble and lead a design and construction team that delivered a cutting-edge, dispute-free project for us and for the community," commented Joy Parker, RN, CEO, Capital Park Family Health Center.

ConsensusDOCS and Paskr will continue to work together to incorporate the complete library of 90+ ConsensusDOCS contract documents within the Paskr project management software, ConsensusDOCS Executive Director Brian Perlberg added.

ConsensusDOCS contracts are the only industry standard contracts written by 35 leading design and construction industry organizations. Offering a catalog of 90+ contract documents covering all methods of project delivery, ConsensusDOCS contracts incorporate fair risk allocation and best practices to represent the project’s best interests. Coalition Members – that include AWI – represent designers, owners, contractors, subcontractors and sureties (DOCS). For more information, visit www.ConsensusDOCS.org.

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Gain Honors, Get Recognition, Gain Customers

Looking for business exposure and opportunities to promote wood as a beautiful, sustainable component of building projects? How is one AWI member doing it?

A beautiful project fabricated by Conley Caseworks is featured in the summer edition of Design Solutions Magazine. The company won recognition as an "Award of Excellence" honoree.

Pictured here is a project by Conley Caseworks of Elma, NY. The Information Center of Daemen College features light and dark wood, presenting a sunny contrast. Shown here, the dark walnut and light maple and ash pick up the different colors of the Zebrawood on the paneling trim within the building. Other views of the architectural woodwork throughout this project can be seen in the fall 2011 issue of Design Solutions.

Photo Credit: James Cavanaugh, Tonawanda, NY

Visit the AWI Web site for information and submission forms for the upcoming (winter 2012) AWI "Award of Excellence" (AOE) program. The deadline is December 1, 2011.

Use an AOE award to market your excellence and gain a competitive edge during these challenging times when others are seeking entry into your markets. All Manufacturing Members are eligible to participate. Gain exposure among the outstanding projects of AWI Manufacturing Members who are featured in Design Solutions Magazine, AWI’s official quarterly journal.

Benefits to AOE honorees include exposure in the online issue of Design Solutions Magazine which is open for business 24/7, plus distribution to more than 25,000 industry professionals. Design Solutions showcases, quality, professionalism and creativity among architectural woodworkers.

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Alliance Certification Shops Can Advertise

Build pride in your workforce and jump ahead of the competition.

Use one or both of the new Woodwork Career Alliance shop banners to proclaim to the world: You Train; You Certify.

Shops can select the "site" banner or the "certified" banner, or both. Get started in the WCA Passport and Credential program here: http://wcamarketplace.wikispaces.com/home.

For more information about the WCA, visit www.woodworkcareer.org.

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Green Scene

Supplier Member Alert

Are you selling green products? Do you know about LCAs and EPDs? These are required in some European countries and may be mandated in the 2012 LEED® programs.

Even if the U.S. Green Building Council does not approve them in the 2012 version of LEED, it is coming and it will take you time to develop this information. To learn more, please click here.
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USGBC Launches App Lab

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has launched its online App Lab as part of its LEED® Automation Program.

The App Lab launched with eight applications, developed by LEED Automation Partners, and is designed for use with Internet browsers, tablets, smartphones and other devices.

The App Lab is a searchable catalog of third-party apps that are integrated with LEED data. Each app is a fully functional software tool that has been enhanced to provide LEED projects teams and administrators integration with LEED Online and address the LEED certification process. These tools are already being used for helping with task management, data interchange, file uploads, credit scorecards, credit strategies, team messaging and other uses, and are now capable of interacting directly with USGBC's LEED Online system.

"The LEED App Lab has been highly anticipated as a way to leverage multiple partners to expand the presence of green building," said Scot Horst, Senior Vice President, LEED, U.S. Green Building Council. "The potential leverage points are so numerous that we really cannot anticipate the full impact of the App Lab. All we are sure of is that we have created a place to ignite the flames of true innovation and growth."

All LEED automation partners have the ability to publish new apps to USGBC's App Lab.
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FSC Members Voting on Principles & Criteria

The Review of the FSC Principles & Criteria is in the final stage: voting by Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) members.

The voting period runs November 1, 2011 – January 31, 2012. The project has been underway for three years. Visit www.us.fsc.org for more information.

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AHMI Offers Green Resource Solutions

Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers, Inc. (AHMI) has six offerings for members who are seeking "green" documentation for their Appalachian hardwood products.

AHMI has partnerships with the WoodNet Market Council and Columbia Forest Products to provide access to Forest Stewardship Council Group Certification to AHMI members. The two companies currently hold group certificates with participants across the eastern U.S.

The Appalachian Hardwood Verified Sustainable program offers certificates and letters verifying the resource is from the sustainable Appalachian Hardwood forest. To learn more about all of these offerings, please visit the AHMI Web site at www.appalachianhardwood.org. For specifics on Group Certification, visit www.appalachianhardwood.org and click on the link from the home page. There are forms to print, complete and return to the AHMI office.
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Construction News

Using BIM to Increase ROI

A BIM Forum hosted by the Associated General Contractors of America in November was an impetus for a SmartBriefBIM Special Report.

For insights into the value of building information modeling, the benefits of using BIM to manage assets, collaborative value, and more, visit www.agc.org. AGC has also developed a BIM Education Program that may be useful as a learning tool to incorporate such modeling into your operations. Click here for details.
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Safety Matters

What Will You Find in AWI’s New Online Safety Solutions Portal?

Stay current with OSHA regulations; locate safety training resources; find answers to your safety questions; reduce your risk potential. Learn more about how to navigate the site.

Check out this new and exclusive AWI member benefit via the new AWI Web site, www.awinet.org.

Regardless of the current state of your plant safety program, the new AWI Safety Solutions Web portal is a resource you can turn to frequently for your company’s risk management needs. AWI Safety Solutions will help you work smarter, reduce your costs, and make training easier. Thousands of tools save you time and reduce your concerns about your risk potential.

This one-stop AWI resource is now open 24/7 providing all AWI Manufacturing and Supplier Members access to thousands of safety resources using a link within the "Members Area" of the AWI Web site. The vast majority of resources on the site (exclusive of custom-designed training programs, etc.) are readily accessible to AWI members.

Tips for Navigating Your Way around the Site:

  • Once you reach the home page of Safety Solutions, click on "What’s New" on the left of the top menu bar. This link will take you to new documents and notices.
  • On the home page of Safety Solutions, move your cursor down to "Browse Workplace Safety Topics." This will lead you to topics that include: Construction, Equipment and Process Safety, Hazardous Substances and Materials, Personnel Safety, Materials Safety, and Safety Administration.

Access the Safety Solutions Web portal by visiting www.awinet.org and logging in (at top right of the menu bar) to enter the "Members Area" using your NEW username and password. See the November 1st e-announcement for your new access codes.

There is also a direct link to OSHA to stay current with regulations.
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Trade Shows / Forums

10th Anniversary Executive Briefing Conference

Register now for this long-standing conference for key manufacturing executives to network and explore visions for the future of the architectural woodwork industry.

The EBC provides a venue for businesses of all sizes to explore concepts, learn about new technologies, and discover opportunities in a non-commercial environment, with the goal of uncovering "What’s Now, What’s New, and What’s Next." Providing strategic and practical information to help solve manufacturing challenges, the EBC is an occasion to be introduced to new ways to succeed.

The tenth anniversary conference will be held March 4-6, 2012 in Charlotte, NC, adjacent to the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Given the location, the theme of the conference will focus on speed, specifically tactical ways to match the speed to market with the speed the market is changing.

Visit www.stilesmachinery.com/ebc to register and for full details.  AWI is industry partner of Stiles Machinery for the 2012 EBC.
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Federal Scene

Three Percent Witholding Requirement Repealed

Contractor and subcontractor associations hail repeal of the law that was an obstacle to the construction industry’s economic recovery.

On November 21, "President Obama signed legislation (H.R. 674) that repeals section 511 of the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005 (P.L. 109-22), which required federal, state and local governments to deduct and withhold for potential tax liabilities 3% from payments to vendors for all types of goods and services, including construction," according to the American Subcontractors Association (ASA).

"The law permanently repeals the requirement that federal, state, and large local governments begin withholding 3% of each payment of $10,000 or more to a contractor after January 1, 2013," according to the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

"The withholding law, which was repealed before it took effect, would have reduced government contractors’ cash flow by hundreds of millions of dollars each year and increased the costs of public construction, even as many governments cut construction programs," ASA said.
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Chapter News

And the Winning Chapters Are...

What chapters achieved "distinguished" status in the 2011 D.R.I.V.E. program?


Heart of America
New England
Ohio Valley
Washington State

Nine out of 26 chapters achieved "distinguished" status in 2011. Congratulations!


The following chapter presidents were recognized for helping their chapter achieve "distinguished" status for two consecutive years. They worked exceedingly hard on the front lines.

  • Phyllis Thornberg – Florida Chapter
  • Lynn Stucky – Heart of America Chapter
  • Greg Hublar – Ohio Valley Chapter

AWI thanks all of the chapters for their hard work in carrying the AWI banner to the architectural woodwork industry at large. Job well done!

For news about other chapter awards, including Best Chapter Annual Report, Best Chapter Web Sites, and Best Chapter Promotional Brochure, see the November issue of AWI NewsBriefs, AWI’s monthly print newsletter for members.
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Oregon Chapter & a President Who's Driven

By Greg Bednar, AWI Chapter Coordinator

Sean McConeghy had been employed with an AWI Manufacturing Member for some time, but his attendance at the 2010 AWI Convention was his first experience beyond that. Evidently, it created an impact as it drove him to learn more about the depth of resources and networking available throughout AWI. What he found was a cohesive network of like-minded professional woodworkers who can accomplish much more than they can acting alone.

AWI Oregon Chapter Formation

Reid Giving of Stiles Machinery approached AWI about establishing an AWI chapter in Oregon in the early fall of 2010. Due to conflicts with schedules, the date of January 26, 2011 was set for an exploratory meeting. Reid worked diligently to gather prominent area industry professionals for an exploratory meeting. Attending this meeting, Mr. McConeghy lost no time in stepping up to the challenge and immediately worked to rally the other attendees. As you might expect, by the end of the evening, the group elected their new officers; Sean McConeghy, President; Jerry Stump, Architectural Millwork Manufacturing, Vice President; and Amy Booher, Pilgrims Fine Woodwork, Secretary/Treasurer.

Wasting no time at their next organizational meeting held the following week, Mr. McConeghy, slid a sheet of paper across the room to the other board members. Asked by Amy Booher as to what this was, Sean stated this was what they were to accomplish for 2011. Sean had slid a copy of the AWI Distinguished Chapter Program criteria to them. These were to be their objectives and they were going to plan their year around them. The rest is now history.

The team, which includes Program Committee Chair Dan Koonce of Salem Wood Products and Membership Committee Chair Jack Ragan of TigerStop, LLC, successfully grew a networking vehicle in the northwest. The AWI Oregon Chapter obtained their official charter status on March 17 with the approval of the AWI Board of Directors.

Since then, Oregon Chapter members have focused on increasing value and return on investment for their members by following the Distinguished Chapter Program and its guidelines. Among their activities were: filing information about their chapter activities, their scheduling, monthly meetings, assisting their members financially to attend national events, sponsoring a regional event, having a chapter visit, being involved in AWI Adopt-a-Shop, WoodLINKS, and the Woodwork Career Alliance...just to name a few. They also did an amazing job of communicating their activities to members and others.

AWI Chapter of the Year

And, the end result of this... is that with a plan, well thought out and developed at the very beginning of their year, they achieved not only "Distinguished Chapter" status, but have also gained the prestigious designation of "AWI Chapter of the Year - 2011."

While success comes from a team effort, it does need to have a spark and a driving element. For the Oregon Chapter that spark, who has inspired a new chapter in the annals of AWI history, is Sean McConeghy.

AWI Oregon Chapter Secretary / Treasurer Amy Booher accepted the "AWI Chapter of the Year" award from AWI Executive VP Philip Duvic (right) and AWI Chapter Coordinator Greg Bednar.

Twiellenmeier Award

That is why AWI has awarded its highest honor for chapter service, the "Tweillenmeier Award" to Sean McConeghy, President of the new AWI Oregon Chapter. This industry veteran served as the impetus for others to work together to build a success story for the good of the architectural woodwork industry in Oregon.

"This prestigious award recognizes a chapter president who has exhibited superlative leadership and advanced the chapter’s mission and accomplishments," AWI President Robert Stout said in making the presentation. The honors took place during the 59th AWI Annual Convention in Charlotte, NC.

The "Twiellenmeier Award" is named in honor of AWI Past President (1957-1958) Claude Twiellenmeier, who with his wife, Irene, founded many AWI chapters and frequently visited all association chapters.
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Upcoming Chapter Events

What’s happening in your local AWI chapters and architectural woodwork communities?

Check out the informative AWI chapter programs sponsored in your area. Tap into your local AWI chapter for vital information that can help your business grow and put you in touch with fellow AWI architectural woodworkers and suppliers. To reach any of the chapter officers for more information, click here.

AWI Arizona Chapter
When: December 6, 2011 (5:00 – 8:30 pm)
What: Chapter Meeting 

AWI Oregon Chapter
When: December 9, 2011 (7:00 - 9:00 pm)
What: End of the Year Meeting / Winter Celebration / Bowling Event
Where: AMF Firebird Salem, OR
Information: See attached
Questions: Jack M. Ragan, III, jragan@tigerstop.com

AWI Virginia Chapter
When: January 19, 2012 (12:30 – lunch; 1:00 - 3:00 pm – program)
What & Presenters: "LEED® for New Construction," Speaker – Garry A. Astles, Northway Industries, Inc.; "FSC Certification and Carbon Footprint of Forest Products," Speaker – Keith Atherhold, Lewis Lumber Products, Inc.
Registration & Details: See attached
Fees: $35 pp, Chapter / AWI Members; $70 pp, Non AWI Members; Tabletop Exhibits - $200
Information: Garry A. Astles, gastles@northwayind.com

AWI New England Chapter
When: January 24, 2012
What: Board of Directors Meeting, Lunch, "Hardware with Raybern"
Presenter: Charlie Spears, Häfele, Inc.

All chapters are encouraged to plan their events early to allow for ample promotion of your activities in this section of AWI e-briefs as well as through other avenues. Contact Greg Bednar, AWI Chapter Development Services at gbednar@awinet.org.

Members are encouraged to check chapter event listings in the most recent issue of AWI e-briefs, as well as with chapter officers and chapter Web sites for program changes. As plans become finalized, dates and presentations may change for chapter programs previously listed. This issue of AWI e-briefs contains the most current information available to AWI National.

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Next Issue of E-briefs

The next issue of AWI e-briefs will be published December 15, 2011.
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