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Contact the MMBA office at (218) 829-4982.
You may access the online application form by selecting “Membership”-> “Join” and then you can complete the application. If you need assistance, please contact the MMBA Office (218) 829-4982.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your address changes.
Please email email@example.com the current address they are being emailed to and the new address you would like them to be emailed to.
Members of the HBA are encouraged to use the HBA Member Logo. You must “Sign In” to your membership account; go to the “Member Exclusive” website, which you can find under the “Membership” tab and click on “HBA and NAHB Member Logos”. If you do not have a login, you can click on “Create Account” to set one up and access your information.
Anyone from your company can join a committee if you have a main Builder or Associate membership. Contact Colleen Faacks (218) 829-4982 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. Send their name, company name and email address to email@example.com
Contact Colleen Faacks (218) 829-4982 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Builders Association of Minnesota works closely with Minnesota’s state legislators to promote home-building at a state and national level.
Who represents me at the Minnesota Legislature?
BAM Government Affairs Committee
Minnesota Legislature Home Page
The Builders Association of Minnesota works closely with Minnesota’s federal legislative delegation to promote home-building at a state and national level.
Minnesota's Congressional Delegation
Licensed builders must build to the Minnesota State Building Code. BAM provides its members with engineered drawings and code compliance guides to make their job easier.
State law mandates a variety of requirements on licensed home builders. BAM makes it easier to comply by providing you with contract templates, the statutory warranty, and sample building guidelines – all of these are required by law.
If regulations get burdensome or make it hard for our members to complete a project, we are obligated to take it to court on behalf of our members. To view a list of all the legal actions we’ve taken and see the outcomes of each, start right here. Every case we’ve ever litigated is yours to peruse.
By contributing to BAM-PAC, members know their contribution will go to directly to lawmakers who support the building industry. BAM-PAC contributions are bi-partisan, with the sole purpose of helping to elect industry-supporting candidates.