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Green Wins BIG at IBS

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Green Wins BIG at IBS

In its fifth year, NAHB’s Best in Green (BIG) Awards recognized the best green-certified projects in a variety of categories, including single-family homes, multifamily projects, communities and remodeling.

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Nominate a Best in Green Young Professional

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Nominate a Best in Green Young Professional

Nominate a peer (or yourself) today as the Best in Green Young Professional of the Year: Entering is easy and free. The winner will be announced at the 2017 NAHB International Builders’ Show Jan. 10-12 in Orlando.

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Award Winners and Honorees Announced Today at IBS

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Award Winners and Honorees Announced Today at IBS

Today at IBS, NAHB announced the winners of its Best in Green awards, and three longtime NAHB members were honored by the NAHB Associates Committee.

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Utah Home Builder is Green Young Professional of the Year

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Utah Home Builder is Green Young Professional of the Year

Jake Joines, owner of J2 Construction in Southern Utah, has been named the NAHB Best in Green Young Professional of the Year. The award was given today during the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas.

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NAHB Recognizes Top Green Construction Projects

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NAHB Recognizes Top Green Construction Projects

NAHB today announced the winners of its Best in Green Awards at a ceremony held at the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas. For the first time, the awards were incorporated into many of NAHB’s other award programs, including the Best in American Living Awards, The Nationals, the 50+ Housing Awards and others. Winners of any green or sustainable award in any of these other programs were automatically entered into contention.

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