As the housing industry looks to move beyond the coronavirus crisis, two female executives are poised to play prominent roles as board members of the New Jersey Builders Association.
Carol Ann Short, the CEO of the New Jersey Builders Association, is stepping down after three decades with the influential trade organization.
The New Jersey Builders Association is praising Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to allow non-essential construction to resume in New Jersey, while pledging support for the guidelines included as part of the executive order that lifted the restriction.
A longtime homebuilding executive has taken the reins as president of the New Jersey Builders Association, with a mission that includes helping it navigate the ongoing public health crisis.
Tom Troy, president of Sharbell Development Corp., has been with the firm since 1987 and has helped spearhead its development of the landmark Washington Town Center project in Robbinsville. — Photo by Aaron Houston for Real Estate NJ By Joshua…
The New Jersey Builders Association expressed full support for Gov. Phil Murphy’s latest step to slow the spread of COVID-19, even if it meant new limitations for projects that had been exempted under earlier directives.
Construction is set to continue in New Jersey after being deemed an essential business during the coronavirus crisis, providing a lift to developers even as they await additional guidance.
The escalating coronavirus crisis rippled through New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector on Thursday, as two top trade associations were among those to postpone upcoming events.
A former New Jersey Builders Association president has been elected chairman of the National Association of Home Builders, marking a milestone as the first Hispanic to assume the role.