What We Do
Guided by our core principles of skill, integrity, and responsibility, the mission of the MBA is to be the voice of Western Pennsylvania's construction industry, provide valuable member services, and promote best construction practices.
What We Offer You
By providing a full range of quality services to its members, including government relations, education and training, information and technology, market promotion, and industry relations, the MBA is the construction industry's leading voice in our region.
Local, State, and Federal Representation
The MBA monitors important anti-business legislation and regulations so you don't have to. If it affects your business, the MBA is there. With the help and guidance of the MBA Legislative Committee, the MBA develops positions on issues that could impact your company's future.
To provide the opportunity to meet not only other members, but other professionals in the industry, as well as end users in a more casual environment.
The MBA is committed to investing in its young industry professionals by offering this program to our members. A steering committee comprised of young professionals develop programs that provide participants with the opportunity to develop strong leadership skills and techniques, to learn more about how to get involved with the MBA, and to network and share ideas with other industry professionals.
Safety Pays With the MBA
One of the keys to your company's profitability is ongoing, quality safety training. Over the past several years, the MBA has set the industry standard as it has trained thousands of individuals who have helped their companies become more competitive.
Elevating Your Company Image
The MBA's Public Relations Department, in conjunction with the MBA Marketing Committee, elevates the profile of your firm and the industry, through special events, media publicity, and promotional materials.
MBA members are committed to maintaining a skilled workforce. As our region's collective bargaining association for the building industry, members benefit from a strong relationship with Western Pennsylvania's organized labor.