Our Mission

BAM’s mission is help our members excel in the Minnesota residential construction industry. Through legislation, regulation, and litigation we provide members a competitive advantage including code guides, contract templates, legal muscle and the industry voice at the State Capitol.

About BAM

Since 1974, the Builders Association of Minnesota (BAM) represents members and their businesses at the State’s Capitol, before regulatory agencies and courts because industry unity and doing business with members is good business.

The residential construction industry is a huge economic driver for the State economy. We contribute $1.3 billion annually in income for Minnesota residents and more than 19,000 jobs. BAM - as the state association - is a collaboration of all 13 local associations across our great state. We exist because we know we’re stronger together.

BAM brings the statewide home building industry and association together. We provide serious protection through legislation, regulation, and litigation, and there are some sweet perks that come with builders association membership.

Builders Association membership is a three-for-the-price-of-one deal. You join at the your local association where you can build your professional network. You get education, events, leadership opportunities, and good fun with your local peers. NAHB is your national association. At the state level – your membership with the Builders Association of Minnesota (BAM) is the where all local associations come together.

Check out our Top 10 reasons It’s Good to be a Member and make sure you’re getting the most from your membership!

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Become a Member

Builders Association membership is a 3-in-1 deal and delivers three times the value for your business and bottom line. Membership starts at your local builders association where you join and are automatically a member of all three associations: local, state (that’s BAM) and national. Join by contacting your local builders association. Check out the map or these regional links.

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