This committee advises the Board of Directors on facilities and income property management.
This Committee is a link between the Association and Marin County's education agencies and monitors the progress of the Construction Technology Program which is offered at selected high schools in Marin County.
This Committee enforces the By-Laws and Code of Ethics of the Association and recommends to the Board of Directors disciplinary action that may be necessary to maintain our highest standards.
This committee assists staff in preparation of the annual budget and reviews financial statements for approval by the Board of Directors.
The committees' responsibility is to develop programs for the Association. They also review applications for membership, provide topics for seminars and trainings and suggest membership recruitment programs.
The Trust has the fiduciary responsibility of reviewing all insurance programs and advising the Board of Directors of specific actions made by the Trust to maintain these programs.
The Trust provides funds for the scholarship program. Additional funds are received through bequests and fundraising events. Children and grandchildren of members and their employees are eligible to apply for scholarships annually.
This committee interviews candidates requesting an endorsement and funds, and may review local and state legislation. It functions independent of the Board and is appointed annually by the Board of Directors.
The Marin Builders Associations Green Building Committee serves the construction industry by promoting the best Green Building Standards, providing quality education opportunities to our members, and working responsibly with our community for the enhancement of the Green Building Industry.
We are proud of the fact that the Association is certified as a Green Business and was the 2005 recipient of the Marin Economic Commission's "Environmental Values and Resources Award of Excellence".
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