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.

Bert Dollard
BERT DOLLARD was notable for his extensive development of major residential and commercial projects in Regina in the ‘50s and ‘60s, along with spearheading the creation of the Saskatchewan Real Estate Act to better protect members and the public.




H.A. Gibson
H.A. GIBSON was active in the industry just as organized real estate in Regina began to blossom. As the ‘50s became the ‘60s, a new crop of REALTORS® emerged as leaders in the local marketplace. Herb Gibson was one of them. He was president of the Association in 1961 and was instrumental in finding a home for the Association’s operations. He was part of small group that rented space next door to the current location at 1854 McIntyre Street and financially backed the operations of the Association for the first year in its new space. He also helped formalize operations with a new equipment for copying MLS® listings and also worked on the formation of standard forms.

HERB HOLLSTEIN started his real estate career in 1965. Shortly after that, he was one of the few accredited appraisers in the city and one of the founders of crown appraisals. He was a longtime Association of Regina REALTORS® Inc. Director and was president of the Association when the building at 1854 McIntyre Street was constructed. He was a huge advocate of member education and promoted the value of acquiring designations.

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