The mission of the Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange (FMBX) is to provide our membership with quality and meaningful services that will help cultivate friendly, social and business relations among persons connected with the construction industry. In addition, the FMBX exists to provide information, services and support to the construction industry at the local and regional level.
We will endeavor to serve our membership in a professional cohesive atmosphere that allows no bias between crafts or trades.
The FMBX will strive to maintain an environment that encourages personal and professional growth, all the time upholding ethical standards in all of our corporate relationships.
Our objective is to promote the skills and services to our members and work hard to be a contributing member of the communities in which we serve.
The FMBX holds many social events each year. These events are designed to gather together as many members as possible, to allow an interchange of industry information and some good plain fun! Specific information about these events will be be posted at the Exchange and on our website. Listed below are some of the annual events and the months in which they occur. Actual dates are published prior to the event. You must be a FMBX member to participate in these social events.
Annual Golf Outing: August
Member Holiday Party: January
Each year, FMBX issues a Construction Industry Award to a member of the Exchange who has contributed significantly to the science of construction, to the construction industry and to the Fargo-Moorhead community.
Congratulations to Steve Eicholtz of Eicholtz Masonry for being the recipient of the 2018 CIA Award!
We also award Scholarships to students in our area. Applicants must be interested in academic field of study related to the construction industry. Scholarship recipients are selected by a scholarship committee comprised of FMBX board members.
The other community project the FMBX organizes is the "Stocking Stuffer" program. The program is designed to benefit children in the Fargo Moorhead area whose families are financially unable to provide gifts during the holiday season. All proceeds for this program come from donations made by our members.