BY PILAR MARTINEZ / JOURNAL STAFF WRITER ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A surge of new home development is expected in Albuquerque and its surrounding areas in coming months, according to a panel of real estate professionals speaking at a NAIOP New Mexico event Monday. The swell of development anticipated in 2020 is driven by a metro area housing shortage as well as … Read More
HBA Members: We are all being affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic, in business and in our personal lives. Your health and safety is our greatest concern! We are grateful to be exempted from the Governor’s health order and allowed to keep working; we must be diligent and responsible while working in these conditions. You are all doing a great job … Read More
Covid-19 Virus Update HBA Central New Mexico How does the Governor’s Executive Health order affect my business? The HBA of Central New Mexico is still operating for you. Based on the most recent news from both the Trump administration and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, it looks like the current health guidelines could continue until the end … Read More
Members, as we continue to work to keep our industry listed as Essential, we want to show all that we are taking jobsite safety seriously. National Association of Home Builders has some sample jobsite posters that you may use for your jobsites if you do not already have something. Please click here to view more jobsite posters.
COVID-19 Virus Update HBA Central New Mexico The HBA of Central New Mexico is still operating for you. Based on the most recent news from both the Trump administration and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, it looks like the current health guidelines could continue until the end of April. Home Building has been exempted from the health … Read More
Yesterday at 3:00 PM, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham issued a public health order (Public Health Order 03-23-2020) pertaining to numerous business closures and limited activity for all citizens of New Mexico; Residential Construction was exempt from the order allowing for continued operations. (Public Health Order attached below). As essential, we MUST comply with all OSHA (https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf) and New Mexico Health … Read More