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All-Female Leadership Team Serves as Role Models for Women in Construction

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All-Female Leadership Team Serves as Role Models for Women in Construction

Although it may be the first all-female leadership team for a local home builders association (HBA), the HBA of Greater Des Moines’ executive board brings much more to the table than a singular gender.

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How to Help Builders Stay on the Job

How to Help Builders Stay on the Job

NAHB is committed to ensuring members continue to operate their businesses throughout the coronavirus pandemic as certain states and local municipalities explore “remain in place” orders. Learn more about the advocacy and business resources available to impacted jurisdictions on nahb.org.

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Business Community Partnership Fuels Construction Career Fair Success

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Business Community Partnership Fuels Construction Career Fair Success

More than 1,500 students in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, participated in skilled trade demos and learned about the residential construction industry during a two-day career event.

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3 Standout Councils Highlight Membership Best Practices

Filed in Councils & Committees, Membership by on March 11, 2020 0 Comments
3 Standout Councils Highlight Membership Best Practices

Across the country, many councils are making exceptional efforts to grow their membership. At the 2020 International Builders’ Show, some were recognized and awarded for their efforts in recruitment and retention.

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Countdown Begins for Solar Decathlon Design Challenge Finalists

Countdown Begins for Solar Decathlon Design Challenge Finalists

In six weeks, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will announce two grand winners of the Solar Decathlon Design Challenge. NAHB is a proud sponsor of the design challenge and serves as a resource for student teams by connecting them with industry partners and contacts at local and state home builders associations.

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Keys to Success from Trailblazing Female Members

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Keys to Success from Trailblazing Female Members

This year, there are at least seven female local HBA presidents across the country who are either the first-ever female president at their respective HBA or the first female president in several decades. Today, we are highlighting three of these women and their achievements.

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Two Ways to Save on NAHB Spring Leadership Meeting Travel

Two Ways to Save on NAHB Spring Leadership Meeting Travel

The Associate Members Committee and NAHB Remodelers each offer programs to help defray costs for deserving local leaders to attend NAHB’s Spring Leadership Meeting, held June 16-20 in Washington, D.C.

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Nominate an Outstanding EO for an AEA Individual Award

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Nominate an Outstanding EO for an AEA Individual Award

Contact your HBA president or staff before April 6 if you know an EO who deserves recognition.

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Ohio Builder Celebrates a Century of Construction

Filed in Home Building, Leadership, Membership by on August 29, 2019 3 Comments
Ohio Builder Celebrates a Century of Construction

The Haverstick family has been a fixture in their local home building community since 1919, when Joseph N. Haverstick established himself in Dayton, Ohio, to pursue his boyhood dream of becoming a builder.

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Building a Legacy Through Generations of HBA Leadership

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Building a Legacy Through Generations of HBA Leadership

As we celebrate Father’s Day this weekend, we are reminded that the home-building industry is truly a family business, with many builders passing their companies on to the next generation in their family. In Dayton, Ohio, four generations of builders have been making an impact in their community and with their local HBA for more than 70 years.

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