Shoreline builder named 2018 Board President of Master Builders Association

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Board President Mike Walsh of Terrene Homes passing the gavel to
Erich Armbrusher, of Ashworth Homes, our 2018 Board President.

Inside the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Bellevue Tuesday evening, the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties’ (MBAKS) installed Erich Armbruster of Ashworth Homes as the 2018 MBAKS president and board of directors chair. Armbruster’s term begins January 1, 2018.

Armbruster, president of Ashworth Homes in Shoreline, understands the importance of building a variety of housing structures using sustainable components to help meet the needs of a growing population and address environmental issues affecting the Puget Sound Region. Armbruster is a licensed civil engineer with a passion for building and has more than 15 years of experience with 200 residential and commercial projects in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and California.

“Building a sound future for families in the Puget Sound area is important, and I look forward to working alongside the Master Builders Association’s team to execute the 10-point legislative plan and continue to grow the Built Green program in 2018,” says Armbruster.

In October, MBAKS unveiled a comprehensive 10-point plan to address attainable housing solutions in the region. Since 1999, the Built Green program, a nonprofit residential building program of MBAKS, promotes eco-friendly home building methods for area housing. Last year, 58% of new single-family homes built in the City of Seattle were certified Built Green.

Armbruster continues, “Building homes is crucial to meet the growing need and alleviate the housing crisis we are experiencing currently. However, it is as important to build environmentally friendly and resource-efficient housing that provides homeowners healthy, quality living while also protecting the environment.”

A list of current board members here


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