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If you’re planning to buy a home but you’re not quite ready to view several dozen homes in person, start by ...
Quixote Communities is a local nonprofit that is building 35 permanent tiny homes for homeless veterans living in ...
As the “MBA Meals for Medical Workers” comes to an end, we want to express our appreciation to the members who ...
Around this time every year, it’s cause for celebration! This year marks one of the highest returns in history of ...
Keeping MBA members up to date on jurisdictions' responses to COVID-19. Please check daily for updates here. Last updated 6/10/2020 at 11:28AM.
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On Tuesday, May 12th, we made our third meal delivery to MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. MBA Meals for Medical Workers is a continued effort to help support our frontline healthcare professionals that are working harder than ever to keep us safe.
Please read this letter from the Master Builders Association of Pierce County President in regard to our efforts during COVID-19.
On Friday, May 8th, we made our second meal delivery to MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. MBA Meals for Medical Workers is a continued effort to help support our frontline healthcare professionals that are working harder than ever to keep us safe.
No one has escaped the uncertainty and sobering realization of how finite resources can be. Historically, what determines those businesses and tradesmen who survive and even thrive after an economic crisis? Studies show resiliency!
A letter from Puget Sound Energy on industry returning to work during Phase 1 construction.
The Governor's Office offers further clarification on "in existence" construction for builders and jurisdictions.
Gov. Inslee, in consultation with the state’s construction industry, announced a plan today to allow current construction projects to be completed. Check out the governor's announcement which includes the full recommendations from the work group as well as a summary of phase one requirements.
On Tuesday, April 14th, we made our first meal delivery to MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. MBA Meals for Medical Workers is a continued effort to help support our frontline healthcare professionals that are working harder than ever to keep us safe.
Click to view Puget Sound Energy's letter to industry regarding Governor Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" Order.
Bonney Lake, Gig Harbor, and Auburn have provided their requirements to for inspections going forward under Phase 1 construction allowance, approved by the Governor on Friday, April 24th. Check out this post to view their requirements and requests.
The Master Builders Association of Pierce County has members that care. As a community, we are experiencing the ...
Master Builders Association of Pierce County has been active on the government affairs front these last few weeks, working to mobilize members and jurisdictions as we all collectively respond to our changing world in response to COVID-19.
Not sure what the Governor's Stay-at-Home Order means for you? Read this blog for important resources.
In response to Gov. Inslee’s March 23 proclamation “Stay Home – Stay Healthy”, we will be temporarily stopping construction of new line and service connections to homes and businesses.
A copy of Master Builders Association of Pierce County's request to local jurisdictions, asking that they implement items in our permitting action plan so that necessary attainable housing can still be built during the COVID-19 crisis.
The idea of retirement conjures up images of spending time with grandkids, travel or dedicating time to your favorite hobbies. If you or your loved one plans to live in their current home, aging-in-place modifications and smart home technology can increase comfort and safety.
Spring is around the corner, so you might be motivated to tackle a household project that you’ve been avoiding all winter long. If you’re preparing to take on a bigger project, you may want to take an honest assessment of what you can accomplish or if you should hire a professional remodeler. Before you dive into your next DIY project, consider the following.