Welcome to the North State BIA
The North State BIA is the leading advocate for the home building industry in the greater Sacramento region. Representing over 500 members, including 35,000 industry jobs, the North State 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.
Regional Housing Forecast, November 2015 -
Presentation slides from our esteemed speakers:
Dr. Sanjay Varshney, PhD, CFA, California State University, Sacramento; Wells Fargo Wealth Bank
Greg Paquin, The Gregory Group
The government affairs department works on behalf of the industry, advocating for public policies that promote a healthy building climate, job creation, and well-planned community growth to meet the region's housing needs.
Find your niche and get involved through exciting volunteer opportunities. You can serve on a council, attend events, take part in community service, advocate for the industry, and more. Getting involved connects you with others, builds relationships, and supports the association that supports your industry. Explore the possibilities!
North State Building Industry Foundation (NSBIF)
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.
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.
Building For the Future
The North State BIA is proud to partner with
California Building Industry Association Worker’s Comp Group Program
Workers’ compensation insurance is a major component of every company’s balance sheet, and purchasing insurance continues to be difficult and expensive for contractors, developers and construction-related companies throughout the state.