CHBA Central Interior wins Association Award

As we celebrate National Volunteer Week 2020, we want to share with you some good news.
Canadian Home Builders Association Central Interior was recognized with the Local Association of the Year Award in early March in Vancouver.

The Local Association of the Year Award is presented annually to a Local Home Builders’ association who strive to provide membership value, achieve an environment in which members can operate profitably while working to mitigate the effects of regulations, while ensuring safety, and to promote choice in housing for homebuyers.

The Local Association of the Year Award is presented to the Local HBA that has been considered to have made the greatest progress and achievement over the previous year in implementing an agenda of services and activities for members and support of the provincial association and its programs.

There are currently eight Locals around the province representing the voice of the home builder industry.

Service Award was presented to Matt McCurrach, President of Home Development Corp. He has given his time at the local level as president, and then on the executive of CHBA BC as well as serving as a committee chair. After serving on the executive committee since 2016, Matt has proven to be a real leader in the industry and association helping to navigate through some very important issues. He never failed to step up when called upon and was always accessible. His term has now finished on the provincial executive and is now a member of the CHBA National Board of Directors.

Tom Eggers (Director), Jere Lorenz (1st VP), Rose Choy (EO),
Kelly Reid (President), Tom Calne (2nd VP)

Neil Moody (CHBA BC CEO), Matt McCurrach (Past President CHBA BC and CI) 
CHBA Central Interior met with Honourable Selina Robinson,
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing
CHBA CI member from Cranbook Brian Charlton welcomed to
the Past President Circle by CHBA BC Neil Moody ( CHBABC CEO)
"As a member of the CHBA, for the past 20 years, I have always found the association to be an extremely valuable resource and advocate for the industry."