HBA Councils are groups that have formed to focus on a particular segment of the building industry. Councils have their own steering committees that meet to develop programming. Some Councils restrict membership to a particular member type while all Councils require a separate annual fee to be a member.
Custom Builder and Remodeler Council
Custom Builder & Remodeler Council (CBRC) members are custom builders, remodelers, architects and designers that specialize in designing and building custom homes in Austin and the surrounding communities. Each quarter the council hosts a tabletop luncheon.
Topics and locations are subject to change without notice. Check the events calendar for the most current details on upcoming CBRC meetings.More
Professional Women in Building
Professional Women in Building (PWIB) represents women who are HBA members, member employees or extended families. The local HBA PWIB group is affiliated with nearly 100 local and state councils throughout the country. Annual dues are $75.00.More
Sales and Marketing Council
Made up of new home sales and marketing professionals, the SMC is a place to develop your professional skills, stay current on the latest market trends, network with top producers and industry professionals, and become and industry leader yourself.More
HBA Staff Contact: Naomi BludworthEmail Me
Volume Builder Council
Volume Builders Council is comprised of builder members who construct 100+ units in the Austin-MSA. In addition to quarterly meetings with area Building Officials, this group also mobilizes for various issues in the area to push for positive regulatory changes that benefit our entire industry.
HBA Staff Contact: Geoffrey TahuahuaEmail Me
Young Professionals Council
The HBA Young Professionals Council seeks to encourage young leaders to get involved and help continue the proud tradition of industry involvement into the future. The Young Professionals Council focuses on encouraging membership and relationships among people under 40 within the local homebuilding industry. The Council meets monthly to plan quarterly events.More