Tim Seibert bought N.E.S. Inc. in 2014 and is leading the company’s local design efforts that include the planned Olympic Museum.
Tim Seibert bought N.E.S. Inc. in 2014 and is leading the company’s local design efforts that include the planned Olympic Museum.

The Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs installed Tim Seibert as its 63rd president last week, according to a press release from the organization.

Seibert is president and owner of N.E.S., Inc., a landscape architecture firm located in Colorado Springs. The former president, Mike Ruebenson, COO of La Plata Communities, moved into the position of immediate past president, and Mark Long, owner of Vanguard Homes became the HBA president-elect.

Newly elected board members are: Todd Anderson, Challenger Homes; Mark Bussone, Mountain Vista Holdings; Joe Loidolt, Classic Homes; Josh Peterson, Saddletree Homes; Dylan Fischer, Rheem Distributing and John Radcliffe, Galloway and Co.

At the annual membership reception Nov. 18, outgoing President Mike Ruebenson gave a recap of 2015 and highlighted many significant events that happened during his year of service.

The HBA of Colorado Springs is a nonprofit trade association with more than 500 member-companies. The local association is affiliated with the Colorado Association of Home Builders which has a membership exceeding 2,000 and the National Association of Home Builders, which has more than 140,000 member companies nationwide.