About the division

The Manly Warringah Division of the Master Builders Association of NSW was established in 1939.

Our Divisional Information Nights bring together industry experts to keep you up to date with local industry issues and legislation. These nights provide an opportunity to have a strong voice in local issues and influence industry and government decisions.

They can also help you stay compliant with licensing requirements by earning you 2 CPD points per meeting, plus an additional 2 points for bringing along a partner or associate.

Regular members find our Information Nights enjoyable, particularly in terms of camaraderie, information gathering and opportunities to network with like-minded people. Members exchange building stories which provide awareness of pitfalls or successful strategies, which can be very useful in assisting members run their businesses. 

Our meetings are around 2 hours and include a 3 course dinner. Cost for members is $47.50 and RSVP is essential - preferably 1 week prior to the meeting. 

The Manly Warringah Division are an active part of our local community. We sponsor TAFE awards and hold an Annual Charity Golf day in September where the proceeds go to local charities in need. 

Sponsors.

AOR Cranes, Autodesk, Brown Brothers Skip Bins, Eagle Financial, Edcon Steel, E J Shaw & Son, Getter Deliveries, Hardware & General, Proactive Compliance, Ron Flew Excavations, Shamrock Joinery, Sub Zero, The Builders Club and The Logo Clothing Company

When & Where

Manly Warringah Information Nights are held on the second Thursday of every month (excluding December & January) at The Builders Club Dee Why, from 6:30pm.

Committee members

Alex Stritt
President
Sean Coddington
Senior Vice President
John Oxley
Junior Vice President
Mike Smith
Treasurer
Nat Chrara
Secretary
Nik Kauffmann
Committee
John O'Neill
Committee
Peter MacGregor
Committee
Neil Jones
Committee
Jake Kauffmann
Committee
Gordon Leggett
Committee
Andrew Payton
Committee
Paul Tesoriero
Committee
Tony Larter
Committee
David Campbell
Committee