|Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association www.gvhba.org The Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association represents the residential construction industry in the Greater Vancouver Area. Dedicated to the professionalism of its members. GVHBA is affiliated with the Canadian Home Builders' Association at both the provincial and national levels. Established in 1974, it is the largest of the 10 local associations in British Columbia with more than 700 members, six full-time and one part-time staff. A Board of Directors, elected annually by the general membership, governs GVHBA.|
|Vancouver Island Strata Owners Association www.visoa.bc.ca The Vancouver Island Strata Owners Association (VISOA) provides services to all stratas in BC. It is an independent, non-profit organization that was formed in 1973 and is supported solely by membership fees. Membership is open to all residential strata corporations that have registered with the B.C. Land Title Office.|
- Provides information to assist strata lot owners and strata councils in the management of their strata corporations.
- Advances the interests of strata corporations and strata lot owners to provincial, regional and municipal governments.
- Provides information and offers educational seminars on all aspects of strata management.
|The Condominium Home Owners Association of B.C. www.choa.bc.ca CHOA is a non-profit association that promotes the understanding of strata property living and the interests of strata property owners by providing advisory services, education, advocacy, publications and resources and support for its members. They actively assist their members, and the strata industry, to ensure strata living is a positive experience.CHOA membership includes strata corporations, individual owners, businesses that serve the strata industry, strata related associations and governmental agencies from all across British Columbia. With offices located in New Westminster (Lower Mainland), Victoria (Vancouver Island) and Kelowna (B.C. Interior & North) they are able to assist all types of strata corporations in all areas of B.C.|
|Professional Association of Managing Agents www.pama.ca PAMA is a non-profit or¬gani¬zation founded in 1970 to promote pro¬fessional and ethical residential property man¬agement. Members recognize re¬spon¬si¬bilities to their investors, clients and to the commu¬nity in general, when performing their duties in the management of residential rental properties, strata titled prop¬erties and any other properties under their jurisdiction.To uphold and maintain high professional, ethical and educational standards within residential property management; to provide a forum for members to interact and promote the advancement of the industry; to give an authoritative voice to the industry in its dealings with legislative and governmental bodies.|
|British Columbia Building Envelope Council www.bcbec.com British Columbia Building Envelope Council (BCBEC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a platform for proponents of the building industry to discuss issues and exchange information on building envelope issues. BCBEC was registered under the Societies' Act in 1990. BCBEC is composed of all segments of the industry including members of governments, consultants in the building envelope field, product manufacturer's, manufacturing associations, contractors, and educators. BCBEC is comprised of approximately 350 members. The predominant mode of information sharing is by luncheon seminars held once per month. At the seminars, speakers deliver a visual presentation relating to their particular expertise.|
| ||GREATER LANGLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.langleychamber.comThe Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce is a membership driven organization comprised of businesses, community organizations and professional individuals. Working in partnership with the local business community, our mission is to be the Voice of Business in Langley by promoting and improving trade and commerce, and the economic, civic and social welfare of the District, Langley City, Langley Township and the community-at-large.|
| ||Canadian Home Builders' Association - Central Interior www.chbaci.ca The Canadian Home Builders' Association Central Interior is an active, integral part of our region's economic development. We are committed to providing affordable, quality housing to the residents of the Central Interior region of British Columbia.|
| ||Canadian Condominium Institute – Vancouver Chapter www.ccivancouver.ca The Canadian Condominium Institute is an independent, non-profit organization formed in 1982. It is the only national association to serve as a clearing house and research centre on condominium issues and activities across the country. It assists its members in establishing and operating successful condominium corporations through education, information dissemination, publications, workshops and technical assistance.|
| ||Fenestration Association of BC www.fen-bc.org The Fenestration Association of BC (FEN-BC) is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of businesses engaged in the fenestration industry in BC, and other interested parties. Our membership includes manufacturers and installers of fenestration products that encompass the entire range of glass and related framing systems used in building construction: windows, doors, skylights, window walls, curtain walls, and storefronts. FEN-BC membership also includes component suppliers, door prehangers, service providers, window and door dealers, architectural and engineering professionals, and other interested parties.|
| ||Canadian Home Builders Association of the Fraser Valley www.chbafv.com The Canadian Home Builders' Association of the Fraser Valley is the representative voice of the residential construction industry in the Fraser Valley region of British Columbia. The mission of the Canadian Home Builders Association of the Fraser Valley is to encourage professionalism and integrity in all aspects of the home building industry and to have a voice in government and community affairs where it affects our industry. The benefits to the homeowner are the availability of quality housing in the area plus a homeowner can find qualified people to do renovations, building projects, professional services, and supply companies. Everyone in the residential construction industry benefits from the contribution that CHBA members make through having a strong voice at all levels of government, industry specific education and training, and information transfer. Membership shows your commitment to your industry.|
| ||Canadian Home Builders Associations – Okanagan www.chbaokanagan.ca Since 1943, the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) has been the voice of the residential construction industry in Canada-one of the most vital and enterprising industries in Canada. Canada is an acknowledged world leader in residential construction, and Canadians are considered among the best-housed people in the world. We are widely recognized for our technological “know-how”, highly regarded for our innovative spirit and well respected for the quality of the homes we build. The Canadian Home Builders’ Association is built on a vision and commitment-a vision of a strong and positive role for the housing industry, and a commitment to support the business success of our members and their ability to provide affordability, quality and choice for consumers.|