Piedmont Virginia Building Industry Association (PVBIA) believes that reliability in our economy stands on the shoulders of the building industry.
To support this effort, PVBIA strives to recruit new members and keep them abreast of changes in the building industry. By being aware of the needs of the community and the regulations required, we work in unity with local and national building authorities. We strongly believe that there is “strength in numbers.”
PVBIA’s financial and human resources enhance the shape and direction of the industry, which are brought about by changes in local and national regulations.
Locally, PVBIA supports community charities such as Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society-Relay for Life, Adopt a Family, and has donated many meals during the holiday season for local families.
Come join PVBIA and help support YOUR industry!
The Piedmont Virginia Building Industry Association (PVBIA) is a cohesive network of construction industry professionals, singularly dedicated to environmentally responsible growth, ethical business practices, and community services. The PVBIA was created to promote professional information and continuing education to its members and the public. We are committed to quality housing that is affordable to all.
Join PVBIA and FABA members at the Wilderness Run Vineyards located on Route 3, just east of Route 20 and the Orange County/Spotsylvania County line. This event is free and open to members of PVBIA, FABA, and guests of the building industry.
Piedmont Building Association is excited to announce their partnership with OPERATION FINALLY HOME to build a home for a Veteran! To learn more about how you can help or donate materials or services, and for more information, contact Rhonda Leppert at 703-817-7715 ext...
Green building, high-performance homes, energy-efficient design and construction. whatever name you choose, the trend towards more energy- and resource-efficient homebuilding is growing. And with the cost of materials and utilities increasing daily, it’s becoming an economic necessity. After all, construction techniques that reduce homeowners’ total monthly costs while increasing contractor profits just make good business sense – for everyone. PVBIA members who see the opportunity in this trend and learn to sell these new technologies will be the ones best able to survive the current slow market. Click here for more information.