The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is a non-profit trade association in the Santa Fe, Taos, Angel Fire and Los Alamos areas. We present a wide array of professionals in addition to Builders and Developers. These construction-related businesses include: architects, landscapers, interior designers, Remodelors, finance companies, as well as construction materials suppliers. Together we contribute to the growth, prosperity and quality of life our “City Different” has come to enjoy.

Find out more about the SFAHBA here.

Download our application form here and become a member of SFAHBA!  [Updated: 01/14.]

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10 hour OSHA training class March 27th and 28th.

Class size is limited. Contact Raquel at 505-982-1774 to reserve your space today!

Download an informational flyer, here.

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The 2014 Santa Fe Home Show

* PRESS RELEASE *For immediate release

The 24th annual Santa Fe Home Show – Innovative Solutions for Better Living – is back and better than ever at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center Saturday and Sunday the 5th and 6th of April.  Doors open at 10:00 and ticket are only $5.  The show, featuring over 70 local businesses and contractors, is a celebration Santa Fe’s home building and remodeling industry, an industry that will never be out-sourced, off-shored, or available with an internet click.

Come and talk to Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association’s best General Contractors, all specialists in both remodeling and new construction, and knowledgeable on green building, energy efficiency, and the latest technologies while still keeping creativity and customer service a focal point of their business.

The rest of the booths are filled with all nature of businesses and suppliers who support both the industry and the Do It Yourself weekend warriors.  These businesses are your neighbors and friends.  They are eager for a friendly chat on how you can improve your home and lifestyle.

On display in the lobby of the Convention Center will be work presented by Santa Fe Community College design students in the fields of Kitchen and Bath Design, Interior Design, Architectural Design and Fine Woodworking.  The work will be judged by local design professionals and cash prizes will be awarded to the top three entries in each category.

The Santa Fe Home Show is the ONLY Home Show in Northern New Mexico; an event not to be missed.  See you at the Santa Fe Home Show April 5th and 6th!

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Home Builders Institute C-Core at Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association

Construction-Coaching Opportunities to Reach Employment (C-CORE)
HBI’s C-CORE program is an industry-sponsored mentoring program for youth with promise and untapped abilities. The program, funded by a three year grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, aims to match 5,000 youth aged 16 to 18 with over 1,600 industry mentors recruited from home builders associations, NAHB Student Chapters, other business organizations and local communities.

To see a video about our local program click on the link below:
UTube Link

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Construction Industries Commission Adopts 2009 Energy Conservation Standards

June 10, 2011: Construction Industries Commission Adopts 2009 Energy Conservation Standards

State Construction Industries Commission adopted new energy conservation standards that meet federal guidelines outlines in the2009 International Energy Conservation Codes.  In addition to adopting the 2009 federal standards, the Commission also began the process of adopting certain New Mexico-specific standards that acknowledge the state’s unique cultural and architectural heritage.  To read more, download the CID press release:  CID_PressRelease_Codes.pdf

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Green Building Council Educational Lunch Series

The Santa Fe Area Home Builders’ Green Building Council presents a Green Building Best Practices series of lunches.  For more information and to RSVP click here

The extended lunch program is underwritten by Evergreen Building Solutions.

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400 Years of Sustainable Building

2010 is the Official 400 year Anniversary of the founding of Santa Fe by the Spanish.  The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association joins with all Santa Feans in Celebrating 400 years of Shelter and “Santa Fe Style”. Look for the Haciendas-A Parade of Homes magazine & resource guide commemorating the Historic event and the 2010 Haciendas-A Parade of Homes on newsstands and sponsor location beginning July 30th. Haciendas-A Parade of Homes also is the Official Guide to the Parade with Builder Profiles, Maps and featuring the 2009 Parade Award winners.

Video Tour of the 400 Years of Shelter Exhibit
400 Years of Sustainable Building

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City of Santa Fe Green Building Codes

The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association members: Dalinda Bangert, Eco Terra Enterprises, Faren Dancer, Sundancer Creations, Kim Shanahan, Executive Officer and others spent hundreds of hours working with Katherine Mortimer, City of Santa Fe to draft the new Residential Green Building Codes.  To view the codes City of Santa Fe Green Building Codes
The Home Builders Association partnered with Habitat for Humanity and the City of Santa Fe to build a home under the new city of Santa Fe codes. To watch the video of the dedication which explains many of the green and sustainable features and demonstrates the points earned under the new codes visit Video of Gomez Green Habitat Home

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Visit Current Issues

The Current Issues Section Will keep you up-to-date on the latest information about Builders and the Building Industry, offer Community information on Safety and Community College classes.

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