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Upper Yellowstone Builders Industry Association 


Open Membership Meeting

April 27th at 5:30PM
At Basecamp 801 HWY 10  

Who We Are

As a member of, or a company affiliated, with the building industry in the upper Yellowstone area we are your association.  

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Join us for Beer, Wine and Light Refreshments

Why It Matters ... 

The upper Yellowstone area is facing enormous pressures and many difficult decisions. As we see record-setting and continuous growth our community and industry will need to address these challenges. As key members of the community, we deserve and should want a seat at the table. The reality is that not all of us have the time. This is where the association can help by forming committees and dividing the work. 

Membership Benefits

Networking opportunities

The association provides opportunities for members to network with other professionals in the field. This can lead to valuable connections, partnerships, and collaborations, which can help members expand their businesses, gain new clients, and learn from the experiences of others in the industry.

Advocacy and representation

The association often advocates on behalf of its members by representing their interests and concerns to policymakers, government agencies, and other stakeholders. This can help members have a voice in shaping industry policies, regulations, and standards, and can protect their rights and interests.

Reduced Workcomp expense

As a member of the association you have the ability to enroll in GRIP (Guiding Readiness, Insuring Prevention) Program. By enrolling and taking advantage of low-cost safety class and certifications you become a member of a group work comp policy. This means that at the end of the year you may see a substantial work comp refund.

Resources and support

​Building industry associations often provide members with access to a wide range of resources and support services, such as industry reports, research, templates, toolkits, and helplines. These resources can help members save time, effort, and costs, and can provide them with the tools and information they need to be successful in their business or profession.

Professional development

The building industry association offers professional development programs, workshops, and seminars to help members enhance their skills, knowledge, and expertise. These opportunities can include continuing education courses, certifications, and training sessions, which can help members stay updated with the latest industry trends, regulations, and best practices.

Industry updates and news

The association often provides members with regular updates and news about the latest industry trends, developments, and opportunities. This can help members stay informed and adapt to changes in the industry and can provide them with a competitive edge.

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