not have happened without the
commitment of Representative Maloney, Senator Lisa Baker, and Governor Corbett. It’s clear that the
legislature and our Governor understand how important home building
is to the economy.”
Act 41 addresses the environmental impacts of on-lot septic systems and, by
acknowledging the compliance of these systems, will save billions in additional costs to the construction industry.
Chartered in 1952, the Pennsylvania Builders
Association is a nonprofit professional trade organization representing nearly 6,000 member-
companies from across the commonwealth. PBA members and their
employees include builders, remodelers, material suppliers, subcontractors, consultants, lendinginstitutions, utilities and othersinvolved in the housing industry.
PBA serves its membership byproviding proactive leadership onstate regulatory and legislative issuesand by offering products and servicesto its 38 local associations and chaptersthat enhance the effectiveness andprofessionalism of its members. PBAserves Pennsylvania communitiesand consumers through its steadfastefforts to protect homeownershiprights and advocate for affordablehousing options. PBA is affiliatedwith the National Association ofHome Builders.