2022 Volunteers Recognized

BILD Alberta is pleased to honour outstanding volunteers for their dedicated service.

Members are inducted into the Hall of Fame for their significant and prolonged contributions to industry along with their demonstrated leadership through involvement at multiple levels of the association. This year’s inductee is Keith Jansen from Lincolnberg Master Builder.

Keith Jansen has served on numerous committees at the national, provincial and local levels. He is continuously working with industry on codes and standards to influence the code direction in Alberta. He spends countless hours reviewing building code to streamline processes to maintain housing affordability without compromising the safety of a home. His dedication to the industry has had an impact on government decision makers, at the local, provincial and national levels.

The Industry Leader Award recognizes the unique role individuals have played in advancing the industry and strengthening the Association.

Ryan Scott of Avalon Master Builder, has been a champion of energy efficiency home construction and has provided expertise to help shape the organization’s Net Zero accelerator. He has served as former Chair of BILD Alberta and is a passionate ambassador who advocates energy efficient solutions for our industry.

The Exceptional Service Award is presented to outstanding BILD Alberta volunteers in recognition of their dedication and service to the Association.

Dean Guidolin of Hopewell Residential, has over 27 years of industry experience and has provided technical expertise on the Provincial Technical Committee and nationally on the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) National’s Technical Research Committee. His deep understanding of home construction has helped guide the provincial and national associations as our industry continuously makes advancements and innovations.

The Community Service Award is presented to a company that has demonstrated qualities of compassion and service to either one organization or a variety of volunteer activities in the past year.

The Community Service Award is presented to Jayman BUILT for their volunteer efforts to support literacy and education programs. The Jayman BUILT team collected book donations to be used at the Big Book Sale for Calgary Reads. They had Chairman & CEO, Jay Westman, join a Kindergarten Class via Skype to read the classic story “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” for Edmonton Public Schools Foundation. And, participated in the Chromebooks for Kids program to help children access education from home and ensured that 34 students received a new Chromebook.

In addition, for the past eight years, they have been the title sponsor, raising awareness and funds for MS Walks in Alberta & the NWT. This sponsorship has helped raise over $1M through the sponsorship commitment, employee donations and team fundraising. They encouraged employees to walk in their community with family and competed in a Battle of Alberta to see which Jayman Joggers team could raise the most donations where they doubled the amount raised compared to 2020.