September General Membership Meeting
Milton Hearn SPIKE Appreciation
Tuesday, September 13th Clarion [FIZZ], Sheffield
Social @ 6 Dinner Meeting @7
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, each member company is allowed 2 complimentary meals [4 meals for those companies who have or will be sponsors]. Other meals are $30 each.
BUILDERS CHOICE [Chris Williams], FIRST SOUTHERN BANK [Todd Wilson], OLDCASTLE APG [Ronnie Haddock], & UNITED SITE SERVICES [Adam Muston]
SHBA Continuing Education Class
Wednesday, September 21, 2022 9:00-4:00
HBAA Safety 6 [six hours of continuing education credit]
SHBA Office, 1951 Veterans Drive, Florence
Lunch sponsor – Tony Brink Properties
Click below for brochure & registration form
Also, if you are 60 or older, you are exempt from continuing education requirements for license renewal. Please complete the form below and submit to the Alabama Home Builders Licensure Board. You only complete and submit this form ONE time; so, do NOT do this if you did it last year.
Time to Brag!!
Show your support for Shoals Home Builders by wearing S.W.A.G. [stuff we all get] with SHBA logo. Complete order form below & return to SHBA office
Mail: PO Box 419, Florence, AL 35630 Text photo of order to: (256) 710-4049
Email: Shoalshba@gmail.com OR email@example.com
Check out your membership benefits for great discounts
through the National Home Builders Association Savings Program:
Remember that OSHA requires that all businesses have a safety plan & regular safety training classes! Failure to do so can result in hefty fines. Click below for sample training & documentation:
Committed to Our Members and Our Community
This website is a great resource for finding builders, subcontractors, etc. for all your building, remodeling, or home repair needs. On menu above, click on “Members” and all SHBA members are listed according to their primary business activity along with phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and websites. The Shoals Home Builders Association membership application must be approved by the Board of Directors. If you are interested in learning more about membership in the Shoals Home Builders Association, please contact the SHBA office at (256) 766-9110.
The mission of the Shoals Home Builders Association is to facilitate the American dream and enhance the building industry by promoting professionalism in all areas of the building industry. The Shoals Home Builders Association was founded in 1965 as the Home Builders Association of the Muscle Shoals Area. It is the professional organization for builders and businesses associated with the building industry in the Shoals area.The Shoals Home Builders Association is a part of the Home Builders Association of Alabama, which is a part of the National Home Builders Association. On local, state, and national levels, these Associations provide continuing education opportunities, networking opportunities, marketing events, and low cost workers comp insurance coverage to its members.
Another important role of Home Builders Associations is to fund and facilitate lobbying for legislation that promotes and protects the building industry on local, state, and national levels. SHBA is governed by an elected Board of Directors consisting of 24 members who are prominent leaders in local business and building industries. Events for the Association are planned and executed by the Associates Council, which is composed of 20 elected members chosen for their leadership and commitment to the building industry. Many members of the Shoals Home Builders Association are also active in providing leadership on the State and National Home Builders Association levels.
Brenda Griffith is employed as Executive Officer for SHBA and oversees Association operations.In addition to providing benefits for its membership, the Shoals Home Builders Association is also committed to supporting and giving back to the Shoals community. A special community project is chosen each year for this purpose. Some past projects have included CASA Playhouse Project, Safeplace Transition Home, Children’s Advocacy Center, Habitat for Humanity homes, Diebert Park Pavilion, and the Sheffield Boundless Playground for handicapped children. The Shoals Home Builders Association is also committed to promoting the building industry in the Shoals area through scholarships to students pursuing building careers.