Features

  • Cheers to a New Year in Green Bay
    Over 150 members, friends, and family attended the 2018 WBA President’s Installation Dinner on January 19th. Held at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay, the evening featured a cocktail reception, installation ceremony, and awards dinner followed by dueling pianos entertainment courtesy of N.E.W. Piano Guys.
  • WB Foundation Scholarship Applications Now Open!
    The Wisconsin Builders Foundation is again accepting applications for its scholarship program after a successful response in 2017 when 5 scholarships were awarded.
  • The dues you pay to the Wisconsin Builders Association help us advocate for pro-housing, pro-business policies throughout Wisconsin, but they also do so much more. 
  • Metropolitan Builders Association Launches Building Trades Council
    Nearly 200 students from 8 schools, 50 volunteers, builders and trade contractors, 27 sponsors and 5 jobsites. That’s the short success story of the Metropolitan Builders Association’s (MBA) 2017 Career Day!
  • Arriving This Spring:  A New Look & New Features at wisbuild.org
    The WBA is excited to announce that an updated look and improved member experience will be coming this spring to our website, wisbuild.org. 

Digital Edition

Departments

  • President's Perspective
    I am deeply honored to represent you as your Wisconsin Builders Association President for 2018. One question that naturally comes when you take a position like this is why, why would you give so much time back to the industry? For me, that’s easy to answer. I have found that investing time into your industry gives you back so much more in return.
  • Advocacy Update
    In November 2011, the legislature approved bipartisan-supported legislation that, once signed into law by Governor Walker, changed the dates of the fall primary election from September to the second Tuesday in August. 2011 Wisconsin Act 75 also established April 15th as the date that those running for office in the fall of even numbered years, most notably for the state assembly and state senate, could begin circulating nomination papers to get on the ballot for the primary election.
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