Author: Cheryl Collins

GBA Jobs Portal: Promote Job Openings

Utilize this NEW Member-Only Job Posting Service Knowing how critical the labor shortage is for our members…as part of our Construction Careers initiative, we launched an online job posting service.  The website link to a listing of available jobs in our industry will be shared with Guilford County Schools and GTCC students looking to enter… Read More

Outstanding Philanthropic Organization – Greensboro

The Greensboro Builders Association was recognized as the 2021 Outstanding Philanthropic Organization in Greensboro as part of National Philanthropy Day on Monday, November 22, 2021. GBA was nominated by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro and Community Housing Solutions to receive this honor. As an association, our members have always had a heart for helping… Read More

2020 Annual Awards

Join us in congratulating our 2020 Annual Awards recipients who were recognized virtually at our annual meeting on Thursday, March 24, 2021 for their contributions to our Association, industry and community. Eugene Gulledge Award The Eugene Gulledge Award for Distinguished Service is the highest honor given by the Builders Association.  It is named in honor… Read More

Updated Industry Resources Available

From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, NAHB along with our state and local association have been working to keep home builders, remodelers and trades partners safe and on the job. That effort is now being redoubled as the country faces a worrying spike in cases, hospitalizations and deaths from the virus. Early efforts… Read More

Renovating Your Home

Home is more important now than ever. If you have spent a significant time at home this year, you may have started to reimagine your space. Maybe you want to add a new home office or perhaps you have decided your dated kitchen and/or bathroom finally needs some attention. A home renovation can modernize your… Read More

5 Design Trends for Life at Home

What does the turmoil of the coronavirus mean for new homes and communities? For starters, we are all spending more time at home, and gaining a greater appreciation for, or frustration of, all the things that come with that. What started as work from home, though, may have morphed into something bigger and more important for… Read More