Oak Harbor Yonkman named SICBA Builder of the Year

Several Whidbey Island builders recently earned awards from the Skagit/Island Counties Builders Association, according to a press release from SICBA.

The nonprofit trade organization held its annual awards banquet May 28 at the Heritage Flight Museum in Burlington.

Scott Yonkman, of Oak Harbor’s Yonkman Construction, took home the award for Builder of the Year. The company also won an award for best “site improvement / landscaping / outdoor structure.”

Yonkman was previously named Builder of the Year in 2015 and 2008.

Gary Wray of Wray Bris LLC in Coupeville received the award for Recruiter of the Year. Wray is a member of the Building Industry Association of Washington’s membership committee, according to the BIAW website.

Clifton View Homes, or CVH, of Coupeville won the award for best single-family residence in the 2,000-3,000-square-foot category.

In addition, it was awarded for best single-family residence of the “energy efficient / green build” category.

Cascade Custom Homes of Oak Harbor received the award for best single-family residence for homes up to 2,000 square feet.

SICBA, trade association of builders and associates, is devoted to promoting professionalism among its members, according to the press release.

Chartered in 1979, SICBA members are your neighbors and community leaders, providing education and support for building industry professionals. SICBA promotes jobs for local people by encourages homeownership, sustainable growth, environmentally sound building practices and community stewardship for Skagit and Island Counties.

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