If you perform work covered by the RRP and you are not certified, you could face thousands of dollars in fines, and – even worse – be responsible for harming your clients.
Master Builders Association of Pierce County is seeking nominees for its annual member recognition award categories. Deadline to submit nominations is October 1, 2021.
Check out how our endorsed candidates fared in the August 3rd Primary Election.
Master Builders Association Pierce County is proud to announce its 2021 Remodeling Excellence (REX) Awards. The REX awards program recognizes outstanding remodeling projects throughout Pierce County. This year, a total of 15 winners received awards.
Strengthening workforce development and shortening the labor gap are high priorities at Master Builders Association of Pierce County. Read about the Master Builders and Pierce County Skills Center partnership.
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The Master Builders Association of Pierce County (Master Builders Association of Pierce County) endorses housing-friendly candidates at the local, state and national levels for every election regardless of their political affiliation. Check out our 2021 Primary Endorsements here.
Millennials are showing the most enthusiasm when it comes to purchasing a home.
The rise of lumber prices has made homeownership more difficult to achieve.
This year, Master Builders Association of Pierce County is building a Habitat for Humanity home! Master Builders Association of Pierce County is eager to help a deserving family in our community as well as showcase the generosity and expertise of our membership along the way. Read more to find out how you can help!
Late on June 11, the Governor’s office rescinded the Construction COVID-19 Job Site Requirements, first introduced in May 2020. Read what this means for employers in the construction industry.
Many homeowners count on their home equity to fund retirement, their children’s education, and other important needs. Learn more about the value of homeownership at www.NAHB.org/Consumers #HomeownershipMonth
Contractors, does your work include plumbing, whether it’s in every project or just an occasional job? If the answer is yes, be prepared for major changes starting July 1. The state Legislature is requiring all plumbing work to be done by a new category of contractors called licensed plumbing contractors.
What remodeling can you have done to add the most value to your home?
After spending more time at home this year, you may be ready to give your dwelling a refresh. A remodel can modernize your home and add more value. Before you start a project big or small, consider finding and hiring a professional remodeler. Read more to learn about the benefits of hiring a professional remodeler.
Earlier this week, the Tacoma City Council approved a resolution to prohibit new City Buildings from using fossil fuels and natural gases. New residential and commercial buildings could see a similar rule in the future, too. Master Builders Association of Pierce County has expressed interest to be involved in the process as the City considers applying the rule to new residential construction.
We all have made connections that lead to memorable deals and sometimes great friendships! As members of Master Builders Association of Pierce County, your relationships matter and our organization relies on referrals to help build our community. For our “Stronger Together” Membership Drive, we are thrilled to embark on this exciting journey to grow our membership. Read more for contest details and prizes.
Master Builders Association of Pierce County is putting out a call to action for our builders, remodelers, painters, and everyone else who may have protective masks – Please consider donating N95 masks so they can be distributed to local healthcare professionals.
Last Friday at our virtual Development Officials’ Forum, eight different jurisdictions around Pierce County signed on to share their latest staffing concerns, permitting timelines, and efficiencies gained through working from home during COVID. A common theme, of course, was the abundance of applications ahead of the February 1st building code changes.
A new year often marks the beginning of a new life chapter. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more Americans are interested in purchasing homes.
Master Builders Association of Pierce County membership includes access to National Purchasing Partners (NPP). Through our partnership with NPP, members can receive a corporate discount on Verizon that provides eligible business members 22% off their Verizon monthly access fees.*
February is Careers and Technical Education (CTE) month. CTE promotes and supports locally-based middle and high school programs that provide 21st century, academic and technical skills for all students.
Read about the resolution that removed our comp plan amendment from the current cycle. Find out what our next steps are.