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Video Chapters

Chapter One: 4:00 – SFHB Represents Seven NM Counties

Chapter Two: 8:31 – Santa Fe Environmental Building Codes

Chapter Three: 13:04 – Water Conservation Next Phase Home Building

Chapter Four: 16:41 – National Recognition Energy Conservation

Chapter Five: 19:20 – SFHB Resource Green Builders

On the Forefront of Green Building

Miles Dylan Conway was raised in Breckenridge, Colorado and migrated to the Santa Fe area in the early 90’s, Miles is a product of the American West. He lives in Rio en Medio with a view of the Pojoaque Valley that will not quit, alongside his wife of 23 years, Mikahla Beutler and son, Tilman.

Prior to serving as executive officer for the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, Miles had a long career with New Mexico Labor unions, serving as a communications professional, organizer, and political coordinator for both the public sector, and the professional trades union locals. Most recently, he was a fundraising and communications coordinator at New Energy Economy, working to bring the Santa Fe community greater accessibility to local renewable energy resources.

Along with a tech savvy know-how, Miles brings his relationship building skills to the Association and is enthusiastically incorporating bold new ideas into the association’s already robust presence in the community.

Finally, he lives and operates by a hard-won lesson from his union days – that an association that fails to organize every day in the community, build membership, and bring added value to its members will become an association in decline. Miles is the type of person who strives to find the opportunities even in the midst of crisis, a quality he believes is serving the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association during these unprecedented times.

The Santa Fe Builders Association is a non-profit association of building construction and associated industry professionals. We serve the counties of Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Taos, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Mora, and Colfax and are affiliated with the New Mexico Home Builders Association and the influential National Association of Home Builders headquartered in Washington D.C.

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