Tifanee McCall is a longtime member of the Building Systems Councils (BSC) and a major advocate of the systems-built housing industry. She has been a member of NAHB for nearly 30 years and BSC member for over a decade. It is no surprise that due to her dedication to NAHB and the industry, she was recently named the 2020 BSC chair.
“When I first joined NAHB, I knew I wanted to get involved to help myself professionally,” said McCall. “But in the end, it’s the networking that has paid off the most — both personally and professionally.”
McCall has worked at RWC / HOME / MHWC for 21 years, and chaired numerous BSC committees and subcommittees. A member of the BSC Board of Trustees since 2015, McCall’s BSC leadership positions include:
- 2019 BSC vice chair and joint subcommittee co-chair
- 2018 second vice chair
- 2017-2018 chair of the BSC membership and communications subcommittee
- 2014-2016 membership taskforce chair
- 2015-2016 BSC Showcase/Building Systems Housing Summit chair
A true believer and warrior of systems-built housing, McCall is never shy about engaging prospective members or to advocate for the Building Systems Housing Summit. She continually endorses the BSC at other off-site construction events and promotes the councils through her standing in the housing community.
“In 2020, I hope to lead and grow the BSC as the industry’s greatest resource for off-site construction,” said McCall. “Additionally, I’d like to help grow the BSC membership so more industry workers can take advantage of resources in overcoming labor shortages and high material costs.”