About the Building Industry and Land Development Association - Central Alberta
“To be the voice of the home building, land development, and renovation industry in our community.”
“Building Industry and Land Development - Central Alberta" is responsible to its members and the community to develop and maintain a forum from which relationships are created, through collaboration, exposure, innovation, networking and knowledge sharing, with the intent of promoting growth, trust, safety and value.”
“Trust, Safety, Value, Integrity, Collaboration, Professionalism, Advocacy”
"One Voice - One Industry!"
Originally established in 1956 as a chapter of the Housing and Urban Development Association of Canada (HUDAC) to serve the needs of the local home building industry, the local association has enjoyed steady growth to bring us where we are today, an association of 160 plus member organizations.
Over the past 60 plus years, the association has undergone the following name changes:
HUDAC- Red Deer Region;
Red Deer Home Builders Association;
Central Alberta Home Builders' Association;
Canadian Home Builders' Association - Central Alberta;
and, as of May 26, 2018, Building Industry & Land Development - Central Alberta.
The Red Deer-based trade association BILD-Central Alberta is a recognized Alberta Promise Builder representing more than 160 member organizations involved in home building, land development, remodeling, multifamily construction, property management, municipal government, post-secondary education, subcontracting, design, housing finance, building product manufacturing and many other aspects of the residential construction industry.
Known as "the voice of the housing industry" BILD - Central Alberta also represents over 40 new home builders from the region. In 2017, the economic impact of the residential construction industry in Central Alberta was 1,769 on-site and off-site jobs, $121 million dollars in wages and $267 million investment value to the region.
Members of BILD-Central Alberta automatically become members of BILD-Alberta and CHBA National.