• From the Marin Builders Association Board President, John Pope

    On behalf of the Marin Builders Association Board of Directors, thank you for visiting our online headquarters. If you are a member, this is your one stop resource for online member resources. If you are a business owner or homeowner, you will find a combination of inspiration, ideas, and professionals to help make any upcoming construction project a success. If you are not a member, please join and partner with us in serving our community and expanding the best resource for “all things construction” in Marin County.

    Today, we have over 560 members and are guided by an all-volunteer board of directors of 22 dedicated, local, community-minded people.

    In 2020 our scholarship program approaches the $1 million mark in scholarships awarded to young people in our community over the past three decades.

    Most exciting recently is our significant progress towards our workforce development initiatives.  Our organization is serving as catalyst, provider, and administrator of programs to bring in and train young people to be job-ready for the construction industry here in Marin County.

    In 2020 we will continue to build on our well-received, long-term initiative to assist cities and counties assess and improve the customer experience for those navigating the permit process.  Our initial efforts in partnering with Marin Economic Forum and the City of San Rafael were a great success. WE have expanded our work in Novato and in Tiburon. Our long-term goal is to help simplify the process for contractors and homeowners across Marin County.

    Visitors will continue to find improvements and enhancements to our on-line and physical resources as we continue to upgrade our operations to best serve the needs of our members, our industry, and our community. 

    We are committed to the success of our members, the positive influence of our industry, and the vibrancy of our dynamic community.  

    John Pope

    Marin Builders Association, 2020 Board President

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