Now Partnered With
Who We Are
The Builder Foundation (TBF) was created in the early 1990s as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization associated with the Metropolitan Omaha Builders Association (MOBA). TBF operates as a separate organization but worked closely with MOBA on certain projects such as The Architectural Awards program providing scholarships to deserving students.
Currently assisting The Builders of the Future program now in 33 high schools reaching 500 students per year.
"Building and Developing Tomorrow's Construction Leaders"
Board of Directors
Design Associates, Inc.
Vice Chairman -
Stalnaker, Becker & Buresh, P.C.
Co Founder of
Builders of the Future
Utilization Engineer at
Metropolitan Utilities District
Denny Van Moorleghem
President, Regency Homes
CEO, E&A Consulting Group
Vice President of
Union Bank & Trust Company
Career Education Department
of Omaha Public Schools
Former Owner of
President -Legacy Homes
& Sons Construction
The Builder Foundation
Kenneth A Sorensen
A.I.A.Design Associates, Inc.
12550 W Maple Rd Omaha, NE 68164
Our Mission Statement
Building & Developing Tomorrow's Construction Leader
(TBF) is committed to encouraging and educating the next generation of construction trade specialists with a focus on residential and light commercial industries.
(TBF) accomplishes this by encouraging young men and women to consider a future in construction. (TBF) is committed to work with schools, community colleges and other organizations teaching construction skills.
(TBF) involvement is designed to include mentoring, funding for educational scholarships and employment opportunities.
The counties in our program have an AMI range from Dodge at 72% to Cass at 57%. (NEstats.org)
To create an environment of learning that motivates young people to seek a career in the construction industry.
To facilitate the process whereby young people can learn trade skills and become enthused to pursue careers in residential and light commercial construction.
To set the individual on a career path that is personally and financially rewarding.
Shorten the skilled labor gap.