Expand Your Business, Boost Your Network, Save More Money

Benefit from government advocacy, education, certification, community outreach, and marketing opportunities for you and your business.


Incorporate healthy and sustainable techniques into residential builds and remodels with Healthy Home Training! Save $50 through Jan. 31

Keep More of Your Money

Save on health insurance, get discounted building supplies, receive workers’ comp refunds, and more.


Most companies save 10-15%.

GRIP safety stripes

Improve safety and save money on workers’ comp.


Cost-effective solutions that help you run your business smoothly.

Homeowner's Handbook

Attention do-it-yourselfers! Browse our expert-driven guides and resources to get that weekend project done right.

Make home buying less stressful with help from John L. Scott, BECU, and more.

Premier Puget Sound builders tell you how-to just like the pros do.

Transform your spaces for the most dazzle—and the least dollars.

Make the most of your home and protect the value of your investment.

We Care About The Puget Sound

Our communities are also our homes. Learn how we help make our region a better place through our advocacy efforts, sustainability practices, and community outreach programs throughout King and Snohomish counties.


We advocate for builders on the federal, state, and local levels and assist members with permitting and regulatory issues.


We want to keep our region green. Learn how to certify green homes and implement green building practices.


From building free wheelchair ramps to painting community centers to park cleanups, our goal is to ensure everyone has a happy, healthy place to call home.


Members get discounts on events and classes.

Jan 24

Remodelers Council Dinner

Practical tips for finding qualified employees in today’s competitive labor market.
Jan 31

SMC Economic Forecast Breakfast

Understanding employment, growth, and other major contributors to our region’s economy is vital for the homebuilding industry. Presented by Approach Management Services.
Feb 5

CAPS 1: Marketing & Communication Skills

Grow your business with knowledge and tools for effectively marketing and selling to the Aging in Place market.
Feb 5

Shaken, Not Stirred

But you can order your drink however you like.
Feb 5

First Aid/CPR

Make employee safety a priority with this potentially life-saving training.
Feb 6

Developer Builder Issues Council (DBIC) Breakfast

Solving Snohomish County issues starts with you.


“We hold meetings for existing residents even before buying the property, to talk with them and see if building there (in a particular neighborhood) would be a good fit in the first place.”

Aaron Fairchild, owner, Green Canopy Homes
Green Canopy Homes' Sam Lai, Kate Wells-Driscoll, Eric Lubert, and Aaron Fairchild


“The MBA Trust has consistently been 10–15% less expensive for us, even with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.”

Todd Bennett, president of BDR Companies and a 21-year MBA Health Trust Member
Todd Bennett, president of BDR Companies


Catch up on the coolest tech, breaking industry news, latest advocacy efforts, and more.

  • nwBuilt: Saving the Cottage

    When nwBuilt wanted to redevelop the lot and build a new, contemporary urban farmhouse, they didn’t want have to demolish the existing house. So, with the help of a large truck and crew, they safely relocated it nearby!

    Jan 8, 2019

  • The City of Seattle Is Moving the Market

    In past years, we have rewarded builders who have either stepped up their participation in Built Green or have been on the cutting edge and thus have led the market forward. This year, in studying our certification numbers and evaluating factors driving Built Green’s success, green building incentives, especially in the city of Seattle, stood out as having truly helped move the market

    Dec 18, 2018

  • Kickstarting Green Building Everywhere

    Built Green has seen a lot of success, but our numbers are not evenly spread across the Puget Sound area. In recent years, we’ve seen big numbers and high market shares in Seattle, Shoreline, Kirkland, and Issaquah. Why these areas? The short answer is: incentives.

    Dec 10, 2018