Associate members are defined as suppliers, service providers, manufacturers, financial institutions, architects,
trade contractors, etc. To be considered for membership, application must be complete and accompanied by

Applicant Information


Product Supplier: Company that sells materials and/or provides installation services to builders, remodelers and/or general public.
Service Provider: Company providing services including title, insurance, engineers, surveyors, accountants, lawyers, marketing, realty companies, etc.

$0 to $500,000 | First Year: $675 | Second Year: $695
$500,001 - $1,000,000 | First Year: $675 | Second Year: $895
$1,000,001 and over | First Year: $675 | Second Year: $1095

Financial Institution: Based on volume of business with new single-family residential mortgage and construction/development loans.

$0 to $20,000,000 | First Year: $675 | Second Year: $695
$20,000,001 to $40,000,000 | First Year: $675 | Second Year: $895
$40,000,001 and over | First Year: $675 | Second Year: $1095

Trade Contractor: Company providing labor only to builders – does not sell any materials or does not work for consumers.

First Year: $520 | Second Year: $550

Additional Services

Each membership will be provided one listing on the mailing list, websites, and in the Home Building & Remodeling Guide. (Indicate number of additional listings needed. Attach separate sheet with listing information if needed.)

$100 per listing per year (the company that is a member must own 51 percent of this company)
$50 per listing per year
$10 per listing per year
Tax Ruling: Lobbying expenses as defined in the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 are no longer deductible as a “Business Expense.” Therefore, when you calculate your “business deduction” from your Association dues you must subtract $37.62 from NAHB dues and $13.20 from IBA dues, a total of $50.82 from your “business deduction” of dues.

Associate Membership Classification for NAHB Database

Please select up to three of the classifications below ranked in order of relevance:


  • L Accounting
  • M1 Architecture
  • M2 Engineering
  • M3 Planner or Designer
  • N Legal Services
  • O Computer Products/Services
  • P1 Commercial Banking/Thrift Institution
  • P2 Mortgage Banking
  • Q Insurance/Title Company
  • R Marketing/Advertising/PR
  • S Building Material Manufacturing
  • T Property Management
  • U Real Estate Broker/Agent
  • Y Utilities
  • Z Other (please specify)

Subcontractor/Specialty Trade Contractors

  • W1 Carpentry
  • W2 Electrical
  • W3 Masonry, Stone, Tile, Plastering
  • W4 Landscaping
  • W5 Plumbing/Heating/Air Conditioning
  • W6 Roofing/Siding/Sheet Metal
  • W7 Painting/Paper Hanging
  • W8 Floor Laying/Other Floor Work
  • W9 Concrete Work
  • WA Excavation Work
  • WC Land Surveyor
  • WD Security Systems
  • WZ Other subcontractor (please specify)

Retail Dealers/Disrtributors

  • V1 Appliances
  • V2 Building Materials
  • V3 Floor Coverings
  • V4 Paint/Wall Coverings
  • V5 Other Retail Dealer (please specify)


  • X1 Appliances
  • X2 Building Materials/Lumber
  • X3 Floor Coverings
  • X4 Paint/Wall Coverings
  • X5 Other Wholesale Dealer (please specify)

Credit Information

I hereby agree to allow a credit check and a search for liens and judgements. Further, if elected to membership, I hereby agree to abide by the Code of Ethics, which I have read and signed, and Bylaws of the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.

Please list a BAGI member as your sponsor:

Application must be complete and accompanied by full payment for consideration:

Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis

6510 Telecom Drive, Suite 185, Indianapolis, IN 46278

Telephone: (317) 236-6330

Fax: (317) 236-6340


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BAGI code of ethics

Prepared by the Code of Ethics Task Force
Approved by the BAGI Board of Directors
June 14, 2001

As members in good standing of the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis, we believe in, and accept, the responsibilities and obligations inherent in providing housing and its related infrastructure. Basic to these beliefs, we support the following objectives:

  • Adhere to and promote the Mission Statement, Strategic Plan and Bylaws of the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.
  • Conduct our respective businesses with integrity; deal fairly and in good faith with our customers, employees, subcontractors, suppliers, developers, builders, remodelers, associates, and realtors.
  • Endeavor at all times to satisfy our customers.
  • Seek that there be an understanding by our customers of all relevant contracts, specifications, and warranty information.
  • Use the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis Quality Assurance Builder Standards as our basic guidelines for building quality homes and quality remodeling projects. We realize that we are free to go above and beyond these standards to further enhance the value of the home and project to our customers.
  • Members will not intentionally or negligently fail to comply with all federal, state and local laws and building codes relating to health, safety, and welfare of the community in building or remodeling homes. In addition, we shall endeavor to maintain quality control at all times during construction.
  • Endeavor to maintain accuracy in our advertising and to take care that it not be misleading.
  • Members will conduct all business transactions responsibly and professionally with honesty and candor.
  • Strive to stay informed regarding all laws, regulations, public policies, and any other essential information that affects our business interests and those of the housing industry.
  • No member shall perform, or cause to be performed, any act that would tend to reflect on or bring into disrepute any part of
    the industry or Association.

I hereby agree to abide by the Code of Ethics as a member of the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.

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