The Texas Association of Builders is dedicated to creating a positive business environment for the housing industry by addressing the housing issues of the people of Texas. How to join.
Founded in 1946, the Texas Association of Builders is an affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders and has 28 local home builders associations and nearly 10,000 members across Texas. Representing over 702,500 jobs and more than $31.1 billion annually in the Texas economy, the state and local associations play a crucial role in providing housing for Texans. Find out about the value of membership in an HBA and learn more about TAB's advocacy efforts.
HOMEPAC, the Texas Association of Builders (TAB) political action committee, is an essential part of the advocacy program at TAB. HOMEPAC provides contributions in support of pro-housing candidates to both statewide office and the Texas Legislature. Click here for more information.
The Texas Builders Foundation is organized as a private charitable foundation to: research and develop educational programs to benefit the professional home building industry, educate consumers and the youth of Texas about the home building industry and perform other charitable activities.
The Texas Association of Builders swore in its 2016 Senior Officers and handed out its 2015 “Of the Year” awards at the Excellence in Leadership Celebration Dinner on November 12. The “Of the Year” awards are given annually to recognize exemplary service and leadership contributions to the home building industry by its members. Last week’s events also included the presentation of the Presidential Distinguished Service Awards. These individuals were recognized for their dedication to the industry and association during the Board of Directors fall meeting inside the Westin Austin Downtown Hotel.
2016 TAB Senior Officers:
Tim Jackson, Tim Jackson Custom Homes, Inc. — Fairview, Texas
First Vice President —
Rick McGuire, McGuire Builders, Inc. — Lubbock, Texas
Vice President/Secretary —
Justin MacDonald, MacDonald Companies — Kerrville, Texas
Sue Ann Pinger, Pinger & Company, LLC — Austin, Texas
Immediate Past President —
Steve Sorrells, Sorrells and Company, LLC — Waco, Texas
2015 Of the Year Award Recipients:
J.B. Sandlin Builder of the Year —
Justin MacDonald, MacDonald Companies – Kerrville, Texas
Remodeler of the Year —
Leslie King, Greymark Construction Company – Houston, Texas
Developer of the Year —
Michael Biggerstaff, Biggerstaff Homes, Inc. – San Angelo, Texas
Associate of the Year —
Jessica Goehring, Builder Agent Network – Carrollton, Texas
Philanthropist of the Year —
Kelly-Moore Paint Company, Inc. – San Carlos, Calif.
Ted Schlossman Lifetime Achievement Award —
Bob Garrett, Fair Management, LC – Tyler, Texas
Local Association Accomplishment of the Year —
HBA of San Angelo
Toy Wood, Greater Houston BA – Houston, Texas
Brenda Moore, Big Country HBA – Abilene, Texas
Becky Oliver, Greater San Antonio BA – San Antonio, Texas
John Burchfield, David Weekley Homes – Houston, Texas
Bob Burton, Winstead PC – Austin, Texas
Sharon Reuler, Sharon Reuler, PC – Dallas, Texas
Carol Longacre, Longacre Construction Company – Lewisville, Texas
Tiffany Acree, StrucSure Home Warranty – Arlington, Texas
Robert Wood, Custom Homes by Robert Wood – Lubbock, Texas
Gene Lantrip, Lantrip's Custom Homes – Abilene, Texas
Bush Rudnicki Shelton – Arlington, Texas
The complete press release can be read here.
Harold Pollman Inducted Into Housing Hall of Honor
The Texas Association of Builders hosted its prestigious Texas Housing Hall of Honor and Excellence in Leadership Dinner on November 12. The late Harold Pollman, of Northwood Homes & Pollman Development, became the 19th name to appear on the elite Hall of Honor wall inside the Westin Austin Downtown hotel.
2015 TEXAS HOUSING HALL OF HONOR INDUCTEE: Harold Pollman, Northwood Homes & Pollman Development – Dallas Builders Association – Dallas, Texas
Mr. Pollman was a remarkable leader whose legacy is one of unparalleled service to the housing industry, our state, our nation and the world. Pollman’s companies Northwood Homes and Pollman Development helped establish Dallas as one of the nation’s most desirable places to own a home.
As an attorney and a real estate finance expert, he was a consistent and vocal advocate for the housing industry for 57 years. He regularly advised federal and state governmental committees on regulatory standards on home financing and construction standards. For over 10 years, Mr. Pollman was a visiting lecturer at the Cox School of Business Graduate School at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He served as a delegate to President Gerald Ford’s Economic Pre-Summit meeting in Atlanta in 1975.
In 1992, he began years of service as a guest lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Mr. Pollman’s influence extended beyond Texas and the United States as he participated in a U.S. – China cooperative arrangement where he taught courses on business management and free enterprise principles to Chinese government officials in Beijing and Shanghai. In 2004, Harvard endowed a fellowship for postdoctoral students called the Pollman Research Fellowship in Real Estate Finance in his honor.
Additionally, Mr. Pollman’s philanthropic efforts in his community reach beyond cultural barriers to feed, educate and advance the under privileged and elderly communities.
Click to watch the induction video.
Nov. 3 Election Results
The election results are in! Props 1, 2 & 7 received an overwhelming majority of favorable votes and will now become law. Thank you for taking the time to not only fulfill your civic duty, but to vote for the future of Texas. It was your vote that helped pass the important initiatives included in these three TAB-supported propositions.See election results here.
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The Texas Association of Builders Member’s Choice Health Insurance & Employee Benefits Marketplace is a selection of voluntary and ancillary benefits – health, dental, vision, life, long & short term disability and many others – written just for TAB members. For more information and to learn how to participate, visit www.TABInsuranceMarketplace.com.
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