The Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA), Benefit Homes Project has raised more than $12 million for local charities since its inception in 1980. The current beneficiaries are HomeAid Houston and Operation Finally Home. This would not be possible without the donations of construction materials, supplies and services by GHBA members.

Hundreds of companies have been contributors throughout the history of the Project, and many have donated in multiple years. One such company is Builders Post-Tension. BPT provides handling, fabrication, and delivery of their concrete construction products; professional stressing services; rebar supply services; post-tension packs; and calibration services of builder’s stressing equipment.

BPT was founded in 2001 by Greg N. Tomlinson and Brian Q. Conley in Houston serving Houston and surrounding cities.

“BPT has always given back to the building industry that gave us life,” said Tomlinson, president of BPT. “We are also a big believer in giving back to our community where we live; that allows us to continue to grow. Operation Finally Home and HomeAid Houston are two of the finest, well run charities in the City of Houston, and the GHBA is the organization that develops our industry and assists companies like BPT to thrive and give back on a major league level to our fellow citizens. We are proud to be one of the vendors on the current Benefit Home being built by Chesmar Homes.”

Chesmar has completed its Hillcrest plan for the Project in the Lago Mar community. The home has sold and is expected to close in May.

BPT has donated more than $45,000 in charitable contributions in 2020 and more than $40,000 in 2019.

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