At left, newly-elected Building Industry Association of Washington President Kevin Russell and Rep. Mike Chapman. Photo courtesy of North Peninsula Building Association

At left, newly-elected Building Industry Association of Washington President Kevin Russell and Rep. Mike Chapman. Photo courtesy of North Peninsula Building Association

NPBA past president Russell selected for state industry post

The North Peninsula Building Association announced last week that local area NPBA Immediate Past President Kevin Russell was elected as 2018 Building Industry Association of Washington’s president.

Kevin has been a member of the industry associations for more than 10 years. As a builder and now owner of Kevin Russell Construction, Russell has been building and remodeling homes in the greater Clallam County area for nearly 15 years.

Since joining the NPBA, Russell has been an advocate to the industry for both the local and state membership as well as the residents of Washington State, particularly in Clallam County.

Russell has held numerous leadership positions and served on many councils at both the local and state levels, having served locally as 2009-2010 NPBA president and again in 2015-2016.

The North Peninsula Building Association serves as a resource to Clallam County, the residential and commercial building industry and to Washington state citizens. Its mission is to advocate improvement of building and building business practices to provide quality construction in the community.

Established in 1976, the corporation was organized as a private charitable foundation.

Photo Credit: North Peninsula Building Association Photo Caption: From left, newly elected Building Industry Association of Washington President, Kevin Russell and state Rep. Mike Chapman.

Photo Credit: North Peninsula Building Association Photo Caption: From left, newly elected Building Industry Association of Washington President, Kevin Russell and state Rep. Mike Chapman.

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