Who We Are
The Builders Association of South Central Kentucky is a non-profit trade association, chartered in 1967, dedicated to quality, ethics and education in the building industry for the benefit of both members and consumers. We are composed of Registered Builders (General Contractors who supervise the construction of your home) and Associates (any and all other businesses related to home building, such as bankers, painters, carpenters and landscapers ).
It is our belief that everyone should have the opportunity to realize the American dream of homeownership. We help make this dream a reality by promoting and protecting builders and those who are in related trades from undue regulations which serve only to increase the cost of owning a home. The strength of our home building industry is fundamental to the strength of our nation. Our industry is responsible for providing shelter and comfort for our families, safety and protection for our communities and jobs for the economy. We hope you’ll consider doing business with a member!
Since 1967, members of the Builders Association of South Central Kentucky have been helping to improve the quality of life of local citizens. Each year, the home building industry contributes building materials, supplies, cash and countless volunteer hours to communities through local service projects, including student scholarships and grants, rebuilding after natural disasters and charitable fundraising. We have members who serve on various community boards and committees. And, we host an annual special event that provides much needed funding for a deserving charitable organization. We are involved in the community and will continue to work together to build a better, stronger community for the health and safety of our families!
President Shannon Harvey, Century Construction
First Vice President Cory Henon, Tony Henon Construction
Second Vice President Johnston Boyd, Vision Builders USA
Secretary/Treasurer Jeff Peeples, Warren County Water District
Immediate Past President Tom Goodworth, Tom Goodworth Construction
Barrett Hammer, Hammer Homes
Kyle Kirby, Kirby Builders
Brian Miller, Brian Miller Contracting
Pete Neimeier, 3D Builders
Cody Poston, Horizon Construction
Brent Wimpee, Southern Kentucky Building & Remodeling
Butch Chidester, Atmos Energy
David Coates, Coates Drywall
James Cook, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Partners Realty
Scott Duvall, WarrenRECC
Doc Kaelin, Forever Communications
Todd Moore, Sherwin Williams
Digby Palmer, Lee Building Products
Appointed Builder Directors
David Sowders, Sowders Company Designers & Builders
Appointed Associate Directors
Bruce Wilkerson, Mayor of Bowling Green
Rex McWhorter, Warren County Magistrate
Martin Jones, Coldwell Banker
BASCKY Member Benefits
Industry Updates and Information
Receive newsletters, product updates and trends, and economic forecasting & data.
Three Memberships in One
By joining the local, you are automatically a member of the state and national associations making you a part of over 197,000 member companies who collectively employ over eight million Americans. Together, we are building a better community.
Receive education from a certified graduate builder & remodeler, and a certified aging-in-place specialist; as well as lead RRP certified, code updates, certified green professional & many more.
Members enjoy discounts on Workers Comp, Liability, Health, and Life insurance; free, expert legal consultation; $500 saving on GM vehicle purchase; Speedway/Marathon fleet discounts; discount FedEx; sample forms; hotel discounts, and many others.
Promote Your Business to Homeowners
Members have access to our consumer-focused website, printed membership directory, annual Parade of Homes and Home Expo—the only local home show, as well as active participation in other community groups to promote members.
Protection from Excessive Regulations
Powerful representation to defend you against excessive regulations locally, statewide and nationally. Opportunities for you to have your voice heard by your local elected officials, governmental workers and Legislators.
We’re building more than homes.
We’re building a better community.
Over the last few years, our members have given approximately $250,000 to local charitable organizations. Additionally, we fund an annual WKU Scholarship to a deserving student. Our members are involved in the community and will continue to work together to build a better, stronger community for the health and safety of our families.