Committees Help Build A Great Association

The Indiana Builders Association offers many committees to engage and connect members.

Interested in joining a committee?

Association Issues Committee

Formerly Associates and Membership, Education and Local Presidents Committees. Provides members with a networking tool to support; strengthen, and advance our association and the home building industry.  This committee will discuss a wide range of current issues facing the industry as it relates to suppliers to the industry; remodeling; education and growing the federation.  Committee members will also work together with staff to create and implement programs of interest to the membership and make recommendations to the Board of Directors.

Codes & Safety Committee

Discusses building codes, standards and regulations. Recommends policy to the Board relative to the adoption and implementation of statewide building codes. Consults with INSafe to offer safety training.

Executive Committee

Conducts the affairs of the Association in accordance with the By-Laws, policies, and instructions of the Board. Policy and steering committee of the Association.

Finance Committee

Studies the finances of the Association, and makes recommendations of financial policy to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. This committee also prepares the annual budget.

Housing Protection Fund Board of Trustees

Protects the industry and the affordability of housing. Carefully crafts strategy for legal defense.

IBA Educational Scholarship Foundation

Awards scholarships and raises funds.

IBA Remodelers

Comprised of remodelers, is unified representation to serve the professional remodeler while providing information and education.

Insurance Task Force

Review and recommend insurance programs as possible member benefits.

Investment Policy Committee

Reviews the reserve funds of IBA and establishes investments to adhere to the highest possible yield at the lowest possible risk.

Land Use Committee

Land developers compare successful strategies from their projects. Competitive guards are relaxed as colleagues network with each other in this intensely regulated business.

Are you interested in signing up for an IBA committee?