• 2019 BIA Installation of Board of Directors

    Keith Petrisek, Dutch Quality, Inc. to lead association as President this year
    LANCASTER – The Building Industry Association of Lancaster County officially installed its 2019 Board of Directors at the Annual Installation Banquet on January 10, hosted at the Eden Resort with more than 120 local builders, contractors, government officials, and other guests in attendance.


    Pennsylvania Builders Association 2019 President Maria Coutts, The Coutts Group, performed the installation duties for the following BIA officers and directors:


    Keith PetrisekDutch Quality, Inc. – President
    Matt GroshHerr & Low, PC – Vice President
    Steve Cook, UGI Utilities, Inc. - Secretary
    Jason Herr, Trout, Ebersole & Groff, LLP - Treasurer
    Lori BentleyDouple Agency, Inc. - Associate Vice President
    Shawn GarmanGarman Builders, Inc. - Immediate Past President


    Presidential Advisors

    Bruce Gingrich, Glenn H. Gingrich, Inc.
    Mark Stanley, McNees, Wallace & Nurick, LLC
    Jeff Stauffer, Pennsy Supply

    Builder Directors

    Randy BlankSycamore Builders, LLC   
    Jared ErbCustom Home Group, Inc.                                                                                    
    Louie HurstAlden Homes
    Jordan MetzlerMetzler Home Builders
    Andy TomsEGStoltzfus Homes, LLC


    Associate Directors

    John BearStevens & Lee/Griffin
    Shannon Smith, Indoor City
    Tom KellerG.R. Mitchell, Inc.
    Frank VargishBlakinger Thomas
    Keith is Vice President of Dutch Quality Contractors, a family owned and operated business started by his father in the 70’s. Throughout that time they have operated in different capacities but have always strived to achieve the same thing, help their customers realize the full potential of their homes by guiding them through the construction process while providing them with the highest quality work possible. 
    Petrisek referenced the BIA Mission Statement which is to promote its member companies while advocating for a fair market business environment that meets the housing and building needs of Lancaster County.  He is eager to continue promoting builder members and also recognize the opportunity to promote and support the outstanding associate members in new ways.  It is his goal this year to spotlight BIA associate member companies and give them the recognition they so richly deserve.
    Petrisek states, “Throughout the past 62 years the BIA has had 58 different businessmen and women, builders and associates alike who have served as President.  Having an ever-changing leadership is not just important, it’s essential.  It ensures that all member companies’ interests and points of view are taken into account. I am excited to add to that diversity of leadership.”