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Elected board set-up according to the MBA By-Laws which serves as a liaison and provides associate input to the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors is the policy-making body of the Association and is responsible for the business affairs of the Corporation. It represents the membership of the Association.
Composed of individuals interested in the State Building Code. It reviews proposed changes to the code, makes recommendations to the UDC Council, and evaluates current building practices.
Settles disputes by processing building complaints originating in accordance with MBA By-Laws, committee operating procedures and written quality standards. Offers binding arbitration to builders, remodelers and subcontractors for a nominal fee.
Composed of apartment, condominium, residential and commercial builders and land developers who discuss common problems on pertinent issues. Acts to increase the MBA's influence in area municipalities, local & state elected officials, and the general public by disseminating information on important industry-related issues such as impact fees, zoning requirements, and environmental regulations.
Responsible for coordinating and evaluating the overall member education program; increase awareness and participation in educational programs and conduct seminars targeting the specific needs of various home building industry segments. Develop an ongoing education program geared toward consumers.
Composed of individuals interested in helping to organize and promote MBA Events for consumers and members in the Association and established to provide educational programs specifically geared to promote excellence in sales and marketing in the building industry. Conducts monthly roundtable discussions, Power Breakfast Seminars & annual awards ceremony to recognize outstanding sales professionals within the trade.
Composed of individuals who encourage the education of the public-at-large and MBA members on building practices that are more energy and resource efficient than conventional building practices. The Council focuses on providing MBA members with tools, within the ever-evolving science of green building, that are useful to develop, build, and remodel more environmentally sustainable homes, and ways in which green building can improve their marketability.”
Processes all new member applications for the MBA. Evaluates and formulates recommendations regarding prospective builder members through the evaluation of written credit checks, customer and supplier references and personal interviews. Develops specific programs to stimulate existing member involvement in membership recruitment and retention, as well as conducting the annual membership contest.
Composed of individuals willing to work together to plan and organize the annual Parade of Homes. Members are responsible for developing and coordinating the overall promotional plan and discussing and evaluating floor plans, model requirements and building progress.
Composed of individuals interested in promoting building issues through the political process. Members make candidate endorsements for federal, state and local elections. The committee is responsible for planning fundraisers and allocating funds through the MBA's political actions fund, the Building A Better Government Committee.
Composed of the remodeler members & related associate members within the Association who discuss remodeling industry problems and design educational programs for the benefit of the members. The council also initiates remodeler promotions, such as the Remodelers Fall Tour of Homes.
Composed of individuals willing to work together to promote the professional development of women in the industry and to assist the MBA in its philanthropic activities.