Association spotlight
LEFT: The Midlands children's home, Boys Farm of Newberry welcomed a third residency cottage named “The Nieri Family Cottage”. President and founder of Great Southern Homes, Michael Nieri volunteered to build the cottage on behalf of the Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina (“BIA”) with support from the BIA’s Charitable Foundation.

have agreed to build a Pavilion with support from our industry partners.

Donations in support of Centennial Park are being accepted by the Building Industry Charitable Foundation, a South Carolina nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization affiliated with the Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina, 625 Taylor Street, Columbia, SC

Your donation will insure our pledge to provide the Pavilions debt free and demonstrate your patriotism and our support of the military.

ABOVE: The Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina (BIA) is excited to announce that construction of the Pavilions at Centennial Park at Fort Jackson is underway.

The BIA in conjunction with the Building Industry Charitable Foundation has committed to build the six Centennial Park Pavilions. Centennial Park will serve as a place for the thousands of graduating trainees and their families to gather and serve as a gift to those soldiers who have served and trained here.

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