Federation of Master Builders

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Federation of Master Builders
Abbreviation FMB
Formation 1941
Legal status Non-profit organisation
Purpose UK building industry
Location
  • 25 Ely Place, London, EC1N 6TD
Region served
United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland)
Membership
8,000+ building companies
Key people
Gary Lewis
(National President)
Brian Berry
(Chief Executive Officer)
Affiliations Builders' Benevolent Institution, TrustMark
Website www.fmb.org.uk

The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) is a UK trade association established in 1941[1] to protect the interests of small and medium-sized building firms.

The FMB is independent and non-profit-making, lobbying for members' interests at both national and local levels. As of 2016, the FMB is the largest construction trade association in the UK, representing over 8,000 construction SMEs.[2]

The FMB is a source of knowledge, professional advice and support for its members. It works in partnership with other industry bodies to provide technical advice and promote high standards.[3] The FMB also offers advice to consumers[4] and enables all of its members to offer warranties on their work through its insurance arm, FMB Insurance.[5]


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