Membership in the Master Builders Association offers many paths for you to do business with other members. How you make that connection is up to you. One of the best ways to get involved is to become a part of a council or committee and work with other members toward an Association goal. Below is an overview of the different areas you can get involved in to make a difference in your communities.
The AHC works with the MBA to help make a positive political environment for the homebuilding industry.
The 15-member board, which oversees the operation of the MBA, includes a five-person Executive Committee, six directors elected at-large, and four appointed directors.
Built Green’s leadership provides continuity and guidance on the Built Green program.
The Developer Builder Issues Committee, also known as Snohomish County Builders Council, is the strategic lobbying arm for regulatory issues in Snohomish County and its local municipalities.
This committee reviews the budget and expenditures of the Association.
Representatives from each council sit on the HPC to set policy, instill legislative and regulatory goals, and coordinate the legislative agenda.
The MBA’s friendly faces recruit new members, retain current members, and further develop benefit programs.
Professional Women in Building recognizes and supports women in the building industry. The council is dedicated to promoting education, community service, networking, and mentoring.
Remodelers and associate members make up this active council, heading up the Remodeling Excellence (REX) and Trades Remodeling Excellence (T-REX) Awards and the Remodeled Homes Tour, among other events.
The King County Builders Council, also known as the Residential Builders Council (RBC), is a forum of builders and associates working to address proposed legislation in King County.
The SMC builds careers by connecting real estate professionals, architects, builders, interior designers, market researchers, advertisers, and sales consultants through education, information, resources, and networking.
The Seattle Builders Council addresses land use, codes, and other regulatory issues that occur within the City of Seattle.