NFBA Chapter Membership
NFBA is affiliated with NFBA chapter organizations on the state and regional level. Chapter membership is optional, except for those NFBA members who live within states that are covered by a "unified" chapter.
1992 Canadian Farm Builders Association: This Chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within Canada.
2003 *Atlantic Northeast NFBA Chapter: This Chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
2003 *Boone Crockett NFBA Chapter: This Chapter was comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the states of Kentucky and Tennessee.
2010 *Heartland NFBA Chapter: This Chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the states of Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.
This Chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
An event recap of the NFBA Atlantic Northeast Chapter's Fall Meeting is coming soon...!
The event took place September 17-18 at The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort, Shawnee on the Delaware, Pennsylvania.
Fingerlakes Construction Co., Inc.
315.923.7777 ext. 225
Alpine Building & Post Supply
This Chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the State of Ohio.
Post Frameworks ltd.
11134 Butler Rd.
Newark, Oh. 43055
The Canadian Farm Builders Association was formed by a group of farm building contractors who met on February 5, 1980 and saw a need for some uniformity in the farm building industry as well as some quality standards to work from. In 1992, the Canadian Farm Builders Association was recognized as a chapter of the National Frame Building Association.
With ongoing seminars and manuals the CFBA members today work with the latest information available. Most of this information comes from the Canadian Farm Builders Association and OMAFRA. Today our association has over two hundred members. These members include farm builders, suppliers of, steel roofing, concrete, insulation, lumber, wood trusses, pre-engineered steel buildings, ventilation equipment, glue-lam beams, dairy equipment and other farm building related products.
Dan Reymer - CFBA President
Middlesex Concrete Forming Ltd.
9644 Townsend Line, Kerwood, Ontario N0M 2B0
Bart Kanters, P. Eng. - CFBA Vice President
Ready Mixed Concrete Association of Ontario
365 Brunel Road, Unit # 3, Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 1Z5
Mark Cook - CFBA Past President
Alstructural Handling Inc.
P.O. Box 460, 16870 12th Concession, Schomberg, Ontario L0G 1T0
The Heartland Chapter is a unified chapter of the NFBA. Formed in February 2010, the Heartland chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the states of Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Missouri. Visit www.heartlandnfba.org.
Quality Structures, Inc.
167 Highway 59
Richmond, KS 66080
Sealtite Building Fasteners
5822 S 170th W Ave
Sand Springs, OK 74063
Central States Manufacturing
302 Jane Pl
Lowell, AR 72745
Brian Keane- National Barn Company
John Fullerton – Heartland Perma-Column
Monte Bradford – Better Built Structures
Jeff Tamm – EPS Buildings
Harold Sherwood - Wick Buildings
Ima Jean Matlock- Burrows Post Frame Supply
Shawn Baer-Wick Buildings
The Mid-Atlantic NFBA Chapter is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, South Carolina and North Carolina.
Fuog Interbuild, Inc.
703 E 2nd Ave
Easley, SC 29640
This Chapter, known as the Wisconsin Frame Builders Association, is comprised of members located, and/or doing business primarily within the State of Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Frame Builders Association is an organization of builders and suppliers in the wood construction business. We believe in producing buildings that are properly designed, functional, sturdy and attractive, with builders who are dependable, capable, ethical and knowledgeable.
Office: 715-874-4211 Ext. 334