Councils and Committees
The HBA-GLR offers a variety of councils and committees to give members with common interests the opportunity to exchange ideas, network with fellow members and become more actively involved in the association. Councils and committees meet throughout the year, and any member may attend and participate in any and all councils and committees that suit their interests and needs. If interested in getting involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Builders’ & Developers Issues Committee This committee acts as the primary liaison between the HBA-GLR and local code enforcement agencies and officials. The council deals with technical building issues including codes, inspection problems and code changes. This Committee provides an outlet to socialize and express annoyances with the builders/remodelers/developers who can relate. They also review and recommend programs and policies that impact the home building industry to the Board of Directors. Meets as needed.
Membership Committee This committee facilitates the identification and recruitment of new members and promotes the involvement and retention of members in the HBA-GLR. This committee develops ideas for member events, educational programs and communications that benefit members and their businesses. Meets monthly.
Professional Women in Building (PWB) Women play a vital and ever-increasing role in the construction industry. The local Professional Women in Building (PWB) council is dedicated to promoting, enhancing and supporting home building and women within the industry. Meets monthly.
Special Events and Community Involvement Committee This committee works closely with HBA-GLR staff to promote the home building industry to the general public as well as organize events for our membership. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contribution that home building makes in Central Arkansas, and enhance the event experience for our members. Meets as needed.
Young Professionals Council (YPC) The Young Professionals Council seeks to encourage the next generation of young leaders in our industry to continue the proud tradition of involvement into the future. By providing opportunities for networking, education, and service to the community, the YPC is a place for people under 45 to foster relationships and develop professionally. The council meets to socialize, discuss upcoming events, learn more about the intricacies of the HBA and what it has to offer, and share information that will be beneficial to all. Meets monthly.