PCBC is proud to be the official annual event of the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) and Leading Builders of America (LBA). We bring together the leaders of residential building, create greater business connections and strengthen business fundamentals of the homebuilding industry.
Six years ago, the Leading Builders of America (LBA) created its partnership with the California Building Industry (CBIA) and PCBC—joining forces to protect member needs and create a strong legislative environment to support the homebuilding industry.
Our common values and objectives align perfectly and both groups work together and respond to critical issues: CBIA at the state level and LBA at the federal level.
Leading Builders of America represents 21 of the largest homebuilders in America and they endorse PCBC as their official event. No other housing event has the endorsement of LBA. PCBC is proud to bring together the leaders of residential building, create greater business connections and strengthen business fundamentals of the homebuilding industry. LBA's members include many of the largest homebuilding companies in North America - publicly traded companies whose shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange as well as privately held companies.
Our purpose is to preserve home affordability for American families. We do this by carefully evaluating the public policy dialog at the federal and state level and becoming actively engaged in issues that have the potential to impact home affordability.
The California Building Industry Association is a statewide trade association based in Sacramento representing thousands of member companies including homebuilders, trade contractors, architects, engineers, designers, suppliers and industry professionals in the homebuilding, multi-family and mixed-use development markets.
The building industry has historically played a significant role in California’s economic strength, and its success is critical to the state’s current recovery. With new housing construction contributing $38.6 billion and supporting more than 209,000 jobs to California’s economy in 2013, it is critical to continue the industry’s increasing momentum and growth.