Established in 1971, The Latin Builders Association® (LBA) is the largest Hispanic construction association in the United States. The association, a nonprofit organization that encompasses a vast array of individuals and companies related to South Florida’s vibrant construction industry, embodies the interests of builders, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, lawyers, electricians, real estate agents, tradesmen, and many more. We strive to provide a vital forum for discussion, networking, training/development, and representation at local and state level.
I am honored and humbled to be the President of the Latin Builders Association. The Latin Builders have had a storied history in our community for well over 4 decades. I look forward to leading our organization over the coming years. I do not take my leadership role lightly. I am committed to doing all I can to promote the LBA, and the Building Industry at large.
I would like to extend my gratitude to the Latin Builders Association for welcoming me as President-Elect. I am eternally grateful to all the directors and past presidents for having the confidence in electing me to serve as the future leader of this great organization. Rest assured this responsibility will not be taken lightly as our illustrious and treasured past is something that must be preserved. I look forward to helping advance our organization for many years to come.
Founded in 1974, PROYECTO Magazine is the Official Magazine of the Latin Builders Association (LBA), the largest Hispanic construction association in the United States. PROYECTO, a trade publication with a social aspect, is distributed throughout South Florida to member and non-member companies. It is distributed at LBA Events, including luncheons and other major events. Additionally, the magazine can be found at popular locations throughout our region including banks, municipalities, restaurants and other prime locations.
Latin Builders Association Board of Directors hosting their monthly luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables Friday. Florida Lieutenant Governor...