NC Subcontractors Alliance selects new leadership

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The North Carolina Subcontractors Alliance (NCSA), an affiliate of the National Subcontractors Alliance (NSA), has selected its new officers for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.

The new officers are:

  • President, Joseph Teeter, senior project manager at Axiom Foundations, LLC;
  • Vice-president, Billy Graves, president/CEO at W. B. Moore Electric Company;
  • Treasurer, Michelle Frankum, controller at Horsepower Site Services;
  • Secretary, Don Hanson, partner at Noble Insurance Advisors; and
  • Director at large, Brady Nails, contract coordinator at Binswanger Glass

Additionally, the NCSA created a board of advisors to assist the board of directors:

  • Legal advisor, B. David Carson, partner at Johnston Allison & Hord;
  • GC Council representative to the board, Josh Freeman, project manager at Messer Construction;
  • Past presidents, Chris Paone, Christopher Bryan Company, Duff Regan, Regan and Associates and NSA director Art Rouse.

GC Council Members for 2018-2019 include Edifice, Inc, Messer Construction, Miles-McClellan Construction and Myers & Chapman, Inc.

The NCSA was originally incorporated in 1976 as the Metrolina Charlotte Chapter of the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) and was later incorporated into the ASA of the Carolinas.

“In 2015, upset with the financial strain of supporting a large Washington, DC based organization with a national focus, the NCSA voted to leave the ASA and in 2016 became an affiliate of the National Subcontractors Alliance,” NCSA past president Art Rouse said in a statement.

Rouse said the NSA is an alliance of independent associations across the country representing over 3,500 subcontractors nationally.

“The NSA provides support to its affiliates to provide networking, education and advocacy to members. The NSA also has an attorney’s council consisting of all the chapter attorneys that meets twice a year to discuss legal issues that affect subcontractors. The NSA affiliation allows the NCSA to emphasize local and state issues with the strength of a national organization.”

The NCSA provides networking events, educational meetings and seminars, general contractor access and local advocacy.

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