Centennial Builder Hall

Created in 2012 as a lasting legacy the Association's 100th anniversary, the Centennial Builder Hall honours ARR members past and present who’ve made outstanding contributions to our industry, our association and to this city we're so fortunate to call home.

CLIFF IVERSEN has been a leader at ll three levels of the REALTOR® community spanning over four decades. He served as President twice at the ARR, with the ASR, and eventually CREA, being only the second Regina member to do so. At the local level, he was instrumental in bringing the first electronic lockboxes to Regina REALTORS® and later in creating the Centennial Builders Hall. Provincially, he led on governance reform and the introduction of the ASR's Young Professionals Network. While at CREA, he was part of a leadership group which was tasked with preparing Canadian REALTORS® for the future as well as strengthening the Board of Directors' linkage directly to the national membership. 

DALE RIPPLINGER has been an influential leader and role model in both the community and real estate industry for over three decades. He has served as President of the ARR, ASR and nationally with CREA, being the first Regina REALTOR® to do so. At the national level, he was instrumental in addressing challenging industry regulatory issues on behalf of Canada's REALTORS® and was the first from Regina to be recognized for his federal government relations contributions. He was the first Chair of the Board from Saskatchewan of the Real Estate Insurance Exchange and acted as Canadian Representative and Chair with the International Consortium of Real Estate Associations. Ripplinger's industry and community volunteer efforts have been duly recognized by his peers, being the first ARR member to be selected twice as the Regina REALTOR® of the Year. Ripplinger Park in Southeast Regina is named after him. 

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