We are pleased to open registration for the Master Builders of Iowa’s Annual Winter Conference scheduled for February 23-25, 2015, at the Meadows Events & Conference Center, Altoona, Iowa. The conference brochure includes complete information on this year’s excellent lineup of events and learning opportunities.
The 2015 Annual Winter Conference is a great opporunity to exhibit, demonstrate and sell your products and services in front of a targeted, commercial construction audience. This year's conference will be held at the Prairie Meadows Events & Conference Center in Altoona, Iowa on February 24-25, 2015.
Nearly 350 members participated in MBI annual member appreciation lunches held throughout the state. These lunches provide MBI an opportunity to update members on the many programs and projects being undertaken by the Association. But more importantly, these lunches give MBI staff the chance to once again thank members for their involvement and support of MBI.
The program started with representatives from United Fire Group unveiling of a new partnership agreement with MBI. The program provides a dividend paying property / casualty program for commercial builders. Attendees were given the details of this unique partnership that awards safe construction practices and provides financial returns to those participating contractors.
Each year at the Master Builders of Iowa (MBI) Annual Winter Conference, the association recognizes member firms and their employees for exemplary performance in industry initiatives that represent the tenets of our association, skill, integrity, and responsibility. These awards and recognition programs celebrate the success of MBI member companies and highlight individual and company-wide accomplishments. They are the perfect way for MBI to recognize leaders in the industry as well as award outstanding projects. The 2015 Awards are listed below:
The WORKSAFE program reached its 100th enrolled project this summer and celebrated the event on October 10th with endorsements from Governor Branstad, Lt. Governor Reynolds, Workforce Development Director Wahlert and Labor Commissioner Mauro as well as all the parties involved with the work. The 100th project is the repair of the EMC Company office and the Hub Tower in Des Moines from damages sustained due to a fire across the street from both buildings earlier in the year. Neumann Brothers Inc. is the general contractor for the repairs and has hired Allied Construction, Architectural Wall Systems…for their specialty work. The local media was present to spread the success story across Iowa. WORKSAFE is the product of cooperation between Iowa OSHA Consultation and Master Builders of Iowa.