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2935 Breezewood Avenue, Suite 100 Fayetteville, NC 28303         910.826.0648       RSVP
Week of March 21
Member Mixer

March 27
11:30 am
Guest Speaker, Dale Atkins
Highland Country Club
RSVP by March 21

 presented by

Joe Mckee ALZ LogoMcKee Homes


6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Get Your Tickets Today!  Click here

Casino Night is the most anticipated event of the HBAF year!

HBAF brings the bright lights of Vegas to town! Guests try their hand at blackjack, poker, roulette, and craps as the ballroom of the lovely Highland Country Club is transformed to a Vegas Casino!

Throughout the evening there is live entertainment, appetizers and plenty of prizes! Whether you win or lose all proceeds benefit HBA Fayetteville member services. Each ticket includes 500 gaming chips, drink voucher and raffle ticket.

RFP's Due Next Week!

Want to participate in this exciting event? Get your RFP's into the HBAF office by March 26! 
Download RFP and house specs here.

May, Groundbreaking and construction begins


DATES: (this is a two day class)
Tuesday, April 8 (lunch provided this day)
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday, April 9
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Held at the HBAF Office

$75 for HBAF Members
$90 for Employees of HBAF Members
$150 for Non-members
OSHA Registration Form (limited seats available)


A Webinar offered by the City of Fayetteville
Engineering & Infrastructure Department 
When: April 10, 2014, 11:00am-1:30 pm
Where: Fayetteville City Hall, 433 Hay Street, Cape Fear Conference Room
Schedule of Events:
Check-in: 11:00 am
Webinar: 11:10am – 1:00 pm with complementary lunch!
Discussion following webinar, conclusion approximately 1:30pm.
Space is limited! 
Please RSVP to Shauna Haslem, 910-433-1071 or no later than April 4th.   
Topic: Stormwater Green Infrastructure Maintenance
   Green Infrastructure for stormwater management is being adopted across the continent. Unlike single purpose gray stormwater infrastructure, which uses pipes to dispose of rainwater, green infrastructure uses vegetation and soil to manage rainwater where it falls. By weaving natural processes into the built environment, green infrastructure provides not only stormwater management, but can also improve air quality and help mitigate flooding.
   The utilization of bio swales, permeable pavements, rain gardens, bio retention cells and constructed wetlands improves water quality and enhances a community’s aesthetic-but requires a well thought-out maintenance plan. Crew activities can include bank stabilization, vegetation management, debris removal, pollutant and litter collection in addition to pipe and storm drain maintenance.
   This session will explore how some communities are meeting the challenges of maintaining green infrastructure. Content will include information on the International BMP Database, what to include in written maintenance plans, performance data monitoring, training and education for employees or volunteers, compliance mechanisms and funding sources for maintenance.
   After viewing this program, participants will be better able to:

  • Determine resource needs for managing green infrastructure
  • Communicate advantages of green infrastructure to staff and community
  • Integrate maintenance into the design of best management practices 

Speakers: Jane Clary, LEED AP, CPESC, Senior Water Resources Scientist, Wright Water Engineers, Inc.,Ted Semadeni, Stormwater Superintendent, City of Lenexa, KS
Moderator: Nikki Guillot, CSM, Program Manager, APWA
Staff from the City’s Engineering & Infrastructure Department to answer any questions that you may have about local information.


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Up Coming

March 26
Idea House RFPs Due

March 26
Linda Lee Allan Home Builders Scholarship Applications Due

March 27
Member Mixer
Guest Speaker, Dale Atkins
11:30 am
Highland Country Club

April 3
Casino Night
Presented by
Joe Mckee ALZ LogoMcKee Homes
Highland Country Club
6:30 pm-10:30 pm

April 8-9
OSHA 10 Hour Class
Registration form
HBAF Office

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Linda Lee Allan Home Builders Scholarship
Created in memory of Linda Lee Allan by her devoted husband and family, loving friends, admiring colleagues and loyal customers in celebration of her many contributions to the home building community and the economic development of our region. It is the intent of the donors to make a college education accessible to children and grandchildren of current members of the Home Builders Association of Fayetteville, Inc.
Eligibility: This scholarship is available to students who meet all of these requirements:
·         Graduating high school senior from Cumberland County;
·         Parents or grandparents maintain an active/current membership in the Home Builders Association of Fayetteville, Inc.;
·         Planning to attend an accredited community college, college or university within six months of the application date.
Priorities: The Scholarship Selection Committee will consider the following priorities equally:
·         Financial need as demonstrated by the Student Aid Report, which is generated from the FAFSA,
·         Academic achievement, and
·         Citizenship
This is a non-renewable scholarship.
Deadline:  March 26, 2014; amount available:  $1,000
To apply, follow this link:

Construction Statistics

Local Stats: February 2014*new

Local Stats Residential Trend: 2008-2014*new

Absorption Report: January 2014

Commercial Building Permit Index: December 2013 

The Market Edge Residential Building Permit Trend: December 2013

Met with Congressman Mike McIntyre to review NAHB key issues: labor shortage/immigration reform, housing finance reform, and tax reform
Carolina Home show a success for HBAF, the vendors and patrons!
Help the Membership Committee recruit new members….Recruitment cards available at the March 27th mixer.

NAHB Webinars

Introduction to OSHA for Small Builders
Wednesday, March 26, 2-3 p.m. ET
Policy and Finance series

Cost of Doing Business Study
Wednesday, April 9, 2-3 p.m. ET
Business Improvement series

HBA of Fayetteville
910-826-0649 fax

Natalie Fryer, Executive Officer
Pamela Grierson, Communications Manager
Dues Payments & Lobbying Expense 2014 Disclosure
Dues payments to Home Builders Association of Fayetteville are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, dues payments may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses, subject to an exclusion for lobbying activity. Because a portion of your dues is used for lobbying by NAHB, NCHBA and Home Builders Association of Fayetteville, 8% of the total dues for Builder & Associate Members is NOT deductible for income tax purposes. For Affiliate Members, 1.8% of the total dues is NOT deductible for income tax purposes. Membership Dues are non-refundable.
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