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Executive Vice President

Pennsylvania Builders Association
600 North Twelfth Street
Lemoyne, Pennsylvania 17043
United States

Company Description: 717-730-4396 Fax The

Employment History

  • Director of Association and Member Services
    Pennsylvania Builders Association
  • Executive Vice President
    Pennsylvnaia Builders Association
  • Director of Association Member Services
    The PBA
  • Executive Vice President and Expert On Codes
    The PBA
  • Executive Vice President
    PA Builders Association
  • Special Consultant
    Sigma Investment Corporation
  • Director
    Association and Member Services


  • degree , economics
    Millersville University
33 Total References
Web References
Pennsylvania Builders Association, 24 July 2011 [cached]
Doug Meshaw Codes Consultant 717-579-6902
"For those people who haven't understood ..., 15 Mar 2010 [cached]
"For those people who haven't understood why our association has been fighting the government imposition of fire sprinklers for all new homes built in Pennsylvania, here is part of our answer," said PBA Executive Vice President Doug Meshaw., 11 May 2007
Lou Biacchi, PBA director of government affairs, and Doug Meshaw, PBA director of association and member services, joined municipal, county and building code representatives May 8 in sharing concerns about the administration and enforcement of the Uniform Construction Code during a hearing before the state Senate local government and labor and industries committees.
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Pennsylvania Builders Association, 13 Nov 2008 [cached]
Pennsylvnaia Builders Association names Meshaw as new executive vice president
LEMOYNE, Pa. - The Pennsylvania Builders Association today announced that Douglas Meshaw of West Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, has been named the association's new executive vice president. PBA is the voice of the state's homebuilders.
"Doug brings a tremendous reputation for his knowledge of building issues and his strength of character," said PBA President Ray Fertig.
"Doug is known across the state and nationally for his expertise on building code and other housing issues. We have great confidence in his ability to lead our association forward in the coming years."
Meshaw, who has been with PBA for 17 years, previously served as director of association member services. He is well respected across Pennsylvania for the depth of his expertise on the state's Uniform Construction Code. In fact, in April he was recognized with the Pennsylvania Association of Code Officials Service Award.
Meshaw's career includes work as the executive director of the Community Action Program of Lancaster County and as state human services coordinator with Pennsylvania state government under governors Shapp and Thornburgh from 1974 until 1979. As a result of his efforts on behalf of the Governor's Office, Meshaw was named in 1978 as one of the top 15 public administrators in the nation.
Meshaw has worked as a special consultant to the Sigma Investment Corporation, assisting with development of a national real estate franchise. He also has five years experience providing training to the asbestos abatement industry as an instructor certified by the Environmental Protection Agency.
"I'm grateful for this opportunity to continue my service to the state's residential building industry," said Meshaw. "Homebuilding is a powerful economic driver in our state, and I appreciate the chance to play a leadership role helping to grow Pennsylvania's housing industry."
Meshaw is a graduate of Millersville University with a degree in economics and has served in the United States Air Force. He lives with his wife, Susan, near Columbia. They have six children.
Meshaw replaces David Martin, who resigned as the association's EVP in June.
New Page 1, 1 June 2007 [cached]
PBA's Director of Association Member Services, Doug Meshaw, reported that a proposed amendment to require fire sprinklers in all new residential construction was convincingly defeated. If approved for inclusion in the 2009 International Residential Code, the amendment would have made new residential construction
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