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Indiana Armstrong Builders Association


300 Indian Springs Road. Suite 143
Indiana, PA 15701
Fax: 724-349-9789
Last Updated: January 30, 2019




About Indiana Armstrong Builders Association

Indiana-Armstrong Builders Association

The Indiana-Armstrong Builders Association is dedicated to furthering education in the new uniform building code and how it will affect the builders and sub-contractors in our area. We will be offering seminars and training sessions to members as they become available. These will be produced by the Pennsylvania Housing Resource Center with help from the PBA.

The Indiana-Armstrong Builders Association's (IABA) 135 members employ more than 2,500 employees across two counties.

The IABA is pleased to be an active supporter of the vocational-technical schools in both counties and the local chapters of Habitat for Humanity.


Indiana-Armstrong Builders Association

Executive Director: Richard Clawson

300 Indian Springs Road

Suite 143

 Indiana, PA 15701


Mailing Address:
PO Box 462 
Indiana, PA 15701

Fax: 724-349-9789


About Us

President - Sam Ward

Executive Officer - Richard A. Clawson

Vice-President/Treasurer - Melissa Steffey

Vice-President/Secretary Bob Maderer

Associate Vice-President - Evan Strittmatter

Immediate Past President- Rod Greczek

                    Board of Directors - Matt Houser, Steve Misner, Ed Kachur, Chris Shirley, John McLaughlin, Jeff Bouton

                        PBA Directors- Sam Ward, Matt Houser, Melissa Steffey, Rod Greczek   

                PBA Life Board Members- Richard Clawson, Curtiz Lentz, Steve Misner, Warren Peter & Harold Wilson     

We pledge to the following principles and policies:

Our paramount responsibility is to our customer, our community, and our country.

Honesty is our guiding business policy.

High standards of health, safety, and sanitation shall be built into every home.

Members shall deal fairly with their respective employees, subcontractors and suppliers. As members of a progressive industry, we encourage research to develop new materials, new building techniques, new building material equipment, and improved methods of home building, to the end that every home purchaser may get the greatest value possible for every dollar. All sound legislative proposals affecting industry and the people we serve shall have our informed and vigorous support. We hold inviolate the free enterprise system and the American way of life. We pledge our support to our associates, our local, state, and national associates and all related industries concerned with the preservation of legitimate rights and freedoms. We assume these responsibilities freely and solemnly, mindful they are part of our obligation as members of the Indiana-Armstrong Builders Association, Pennsylvania Builders Association, and The National Association of Home Builders.