CHBA's Modular Construction Council

About the Council

In 2017, members of the Canadian Manufactured Housing Institute and MHICanada joined forces to create the CHBA Modular Construction Council to support the increasing role of factory-built modular construction in the building industry.

Priority Activities

The Council’s priority activities include the following:

  • monitoring and participating in the development of codes, standards and regulations*
  • liaising with codes and standards officials, government and regulatory bodies, related organizations and the public*
  • facilitating research to identify and prioritize technical problems and support codes and standards development
  • coordinating meetings and forums and participating in other industry events to gather intelligence and provide timely information to members
  • collaborating with other CHBA councils and members to best support factory-built modular as a desirable construction option
  • reporting to Council members, the CHBA Board of Directors and all CHBA members
  • preparing communication tools to support the Council’s priority actions

*in collaboration with the CHBA Technical Research Committee


Twitter: @CHBAModular

Kathleen Maynard
Senior Director, Building Innovation
613-230-3060 ext. 234
[email protected]

Bernard Desjardins
Communications Coordinator, Modular Construction
613-230-3060 ext. 240
[email protected]


Membership in the Modular Construction Council is open to CHBA members in good standing who are engaged in the following:

  • producing buildings, modules and/or panels certified in accordance with CSA A277 as complying with applicable building regulations, CSA Z240 MH Series or CSA Z241 (PRODUCERS)
  • selling and/or installing buildings, modules and/or panels certified in accordance with CSA A277 as complying with applicable building regulations, CSA Z240 MH Series or CSA Z241 (BUILDERS/RETAILERS/DEVELOPERS/COMMUNITY OPERATORS)
  • supplying goods or services to the factory-built modular sector, including product and material manufacturers, transporters, financial institutions, warranty and insurance providers, associations, certification and testing agencies, researchers, architects and designers, engineers and other professionals associated with the sector (SUPPLIERS/SERVICE PROVIDERS)
Council meetings may also be attended by others with an interest in the factory-built sector, including representatives of academic institutions, educators, students, building officials, government representatives and others.

Current producer-members include the following building factories:

Western Canada

Moduline Homes, Penticton, British Columbia

SRI Homes, Kelowna, British Columbia
, Edmonton, Alberta
Moduline Homes, Medicine Hat, Alberta

SRI Homes
, Lethbridge, Alberta
Triple M Housing, Lethbridge, Alberta
SRI Homes, Estevan, Saskatchewan
Grandeur Housing, Winkler, Manitoba 

Central Canada

Guildcrest Homes, Morewood, Ontario
Quality Engineered Homes
, Kenilworth, Ontario

Royal Homes
, Wingham, Ontario

Eastern Canada

Kent Homes, Bouctouche, New Brunswick
Maple Leaf Homes Inc.
, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Prestige Homes Inc.
, Sussex, New Brunswick

Supreme Homes
, Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick