HBASC Leadership Welcomes New Faces
Darryl Hall and Andy White Legislative Committee Co-Chairs Florence builder and Realtor Darryl Hall is a great contributor to the Home Builders Association and Past President of the HBASC and HBA of the Greater Pee Dee. A native of Bishopville, Hall attended Francis Marion College and established Hall Construction, Inc. in 1990 and soon became a family business with the addition of his parents. Columbia builder/developer Andy White has over thirty years’ experience in the home building industry and is a past president of the Building Industry Association of Central S. C. and the HBA of SC. White is also the developer of the award-winning Saluda River Club and was inducted into the S. C. Housing Hall of Fame in 2013. Hall and White co-chair the legislative committee and help commit all resources to achieve the HBASC legislative agenda.
Ed Byrd Membership Chairman Ed Byrd is one of the founders of Southeastern Insurance Consultants (SIC). SIC is an independent insurance sales/consulting agency specializing in individual and group health, life, and retirement licensed products. Byrd has been a board member of the HBASC and multiple local associations. Byrd and the SIC crew are easily recognized for the BBQ they serve at countless HBA events across the state. Byrd’s duties are to promote a membership strategic plan, manage the annual membership drive and membership recruitment.
Patrick Arnold EOC Chairperson Patrick Arnold has served members of the Charleston Home Builders Association since 2018. Patrick and his wife reside in Charleston. As EOC Chair, Arnold serves as a liaison for the Executive Officers Council to the HBASC Executive Committee, voicing concerns and sharing successes of each of our local associations.

The HBASC Board of Directors supervises, control and direct the affairs of the HBASC and is populated by the Executive Committee (listed above), District Associate Directors, State Directors (appointed by each local Association) and Life Directors (Past State Presidents entitled to vote).