• Welcome to the North State BIA Welcome to the North State BIA

    The North State BIA (BIA) is the leading advocate for the homebuilding industry in the greater Sacramento region. Representing over 500 members, including 50,000 industry jobs, the BIA is committed to preserving and furthering the economic interests of its members, while also working to enhance the industry's standing as a significant contributor to the regional economy. Additionally, the BIA also serves as the umbrella organization for HomeAid Sacramento and the North State Building Industry Foundation.

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  • North State Building Industry Foundation North State Building Industry Foundation

    The North State Building Industry Foundation (NSBIF) provides workforce development services to employers and their workers. The foundation also works with schools and other training centers to improve construction-related learning, educate students about construction careers, and recruit students to work in the industry. Learn more.

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  • HomeAid Sacramento HomeAid Sacramento

    The building industry's charity of choice, HomeAid Sacramento constructs and maintains dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. Since its inception in 1996, the nonprofit has donated more than $7 million in resources for shelter providers in our community. Learn more.

  • Folsom Builders & and Brews is Coming Up Folsom Builders & and Brews is Coming Up

     

    Please join us for a lively evening of pizza, beer, wine and fun on Thursday March 1st at Chicago Fire in the Palladio in support of the North State Building Industry Association’s Political Action Committee (PAC). Find out more here.

  • Labor Shortages in the News Labor Shortages in the News

    Sacramento is poised for a building boom. Now it just needs construction workers

    Some young people should forget about packing boxes at an Amazon warehouse or going to college, construction leaders say. Instead, they should join the building trades. Full story here.