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The most influential people in residential constructionPosted: September 7, 2012
Presented by BC Homes and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of BC, this issue of BC Homes – our September/October edition – features the province’s Top 20 Most Influential People in Residential Construction for 2012.
Nominated by their peers in the B.C. home building and renovation community, and chosen by a committee including industry professionals, the list this year includes builders, developers, renovators, marketers, community builders and building science experts, among others.
CHBA Rocky Mountain would like to congratulate the following people who made the Top 20.
Ron McRae/Jim Ogilvie, City of Kimberley, current and former mayors (pictured above).
Chad Jensen, New Dawn Developments and CHBA RM Board member.
Using their considerable influence, they constantly work to enhance and improve British Columbia’s home building and renovation community and all it entails to ensure the industry is the best it can be – for this generation, and for the generations to come.
This year’s Top 20 will be celebrated and honoured at an awards luncheon in October 2012.
CHBA Rocky Mountain is a voluntary membership made up of building professionals and related businesses that are committed to industry excellence. Through the association, members have access to technical information as well as specialized education and training courses. CHBA RM also promotes a members’ code of ethics that calls for high standards in customer relations and business practices.
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