Northeast Florida Buiders AssociationNEFBA is the largest builders association in Florida, the fifth largest in the nation and serves a widely scattered population primarily in Duval, Clay, St. Johns, and Nassau counties.
Who We Are
At NEFBA, we are proud to hold the status of the state’s largest builders association. Backed by our 70-year-history of networking, community outreach and industry development, NEFBA’s primary goal is to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Northeast Florida. Our members are dedicated to that same goal. Here are the ways our organization works toward the advancement of the community where members work and live:
We serve the construction and associated industries in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties, supporting members with effective representation on issues related to the industry, educational resources, access to local, state and national experts and a myriad of other services.
NEFBA Councils Meet Industry Needs
Councils in St. Johns, Nassau and Clay counties extend benefits to meet the unique needs of those geographic locales.
Our Sales and Marketing Council brings together top marketing and sales executives.
The Remodelers Council represents the specialized interests of remodelers.
As committed as they are to successful businesses, our members give time and resources to enhance the quality of life for all the residents of Northeast Florida.
In 2001, NEFBA launched Builders Care to help eliminate substandard housing in our area. For more than 15 years, members and community volunteers working through Builders Care have helped restore homes belonging to the elderly and physically challenged individuals with limited or no other sources of assistance.
NEFBA Charitable Foundation
NEFBA’s charitable foundation, chartered in 1986, has helped hundreds of groups and individuals in need of assistance. Over the past quarter of a century the NEFBA Charitable Foundation has contributed more than a million dollars to local charities and organizations.
We partner with other agencies, such as HabiJax, the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity, to provide housing for those who could not otherwise afford a home of their own.