• Councils & Committees

  • The best way to get involved once you’re a member is to join a committee or council. Each of these groups has fun opportunities and useful information for all their members. Check out the Calendar of Events to see the next upcoming council meeting.


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  • Advanced Building Practices Council

    ABP meets monthly to provide members with a comprehensive set of tools to build and remodel homes in an environmentally friendly way.

    Annual Dues: $75



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  • Professional Women in Building Council

    PWB is dedicated to supporting the professional development of women in the home building industry. It provides service to the membership through education and training programs that focus on professional and leadership development, networking opportunities and industry-related information.

    Annual Dues: $75

    Staff Contact: 

    Download Council Application

    Sponsor the PWB

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  • Remodelers Council

    The RC meets regularly to provide members with a roundtable discussion forum with others in their industry

    Annual Dues: $75

    Staff Contact: Evan Loukadakis


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  • Multifamily Council

    The Multifamily Council of Greater New Orleans is a network of developers, builders, owners, managers and associate members with a common goal: the growth, recognition and success of the multi-family industry.

    Annual Dues: $200 (+ optional $25 per community)

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  • Associates Council

    This active council plans, promotes, and runs yearly networking events. This volunteer-based council is a fun & easy way to start networking, and learn the inner-workings of HBA.



  • Education Committee

  • This volunteer-based committee meets regularly to plan, promote, and host education events throughout the year. Through this committee, the HBA is able to provide Professional Designation and Continuing Education Classes at reasonable costs.


  • Legislative Committee

  • HBA staff and members monitor local, state, and federal legislation to ensure that our members’ business interests are well-represented and protected.

  • Membership Committee

  • Membership is the lifeblood of any association. This critical committee meets once a month to recruit and retain members, while constantly working to develop new membership benefits.