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NAHB Awards Programs Now Open

NAHB Awards Programs Now Open

Applications are now open for numerous awards that recognize the innovation and dedication of professionals throughout the home building industry.

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How This Award-Winning Multifamily Builder Cultivates a Culture of Success

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How This Award-Winning Multifamily Builder Cultivates a Culture of Success

The McShane Construction Company credits its success to adhering to the values that have guided it since its founding: honesty, integrity and partnership. It’s helped make the company a winner — specifically the 2019 Builder of the Year for the Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards.

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Developer-Nonprofit Partnership Provides Affordable, Accessible Housing

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Developer-Nonprofit Partnership Provides Affordable, Accessible Housing

Lawson Companies partnered with two nonprofits to purchase and redevelop two buildings into higher-density affordable housing serving people with disabilities.

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Strategy is Key to Multifamily Developer’s Success

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Strategy is Key to Multifamily Developer’s Success

Multifamily developers doing business in 2011 were either surviving the recession or were quickly becoming a victim of it. Charlotte, N.C.-based Crescent Communities had advantages that helped it survive.

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Senior Community Meets Affordability Needs Through High-Performance Building

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Senior Community Meets Affordability Needs Through High-Performance Building

HANAC Corona is the first affordable senior community in the country to meet the stringent European standards for Passive House construction. The community’s attention to energy efficiency and sustainability earned it the 2019 NAHB Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Best in Green Affordable Multifamily Community Award.

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Development Rehabs Historical Site Into Modern Housing for Veterans

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Development Rehabs Historical Site Into Modern Housing for Veterans

What started as a collection of uninhabitable 1917-era homes built for gunpowder factory workers is now an impressive finalist in the 2019 NAHB Multifamily Pillars of the Industry awards, thanks to 11 years of dedication among key partners and the community.

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2019 Multifamily Pillars Finalists Announced

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2019 Multifamily Pillars Finalists Announced

NAHB announced the finalists for the 2019 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards. A panel of 12 industry experts narrowed the entries down to 74 finalists in 24 categories.

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6 Tips for Success from an Award-Winning Multifamily Builder

Filed in Awards, Multifamily by on August 29, 2019 0 Comments
6 Tips for Success from an Award-Winning Multifamily Builder

What does it take to become an award-winning builder? We asked Chris House — group vice president at Fortune-Johnson, the 2018 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Builder of the Year firm — for advice for this year’s entrants.

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Spotlight Top Projects and People

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Spotlight Top Projects and People

Applications for several awards programs will be closing soon, so be sure to submit your application today. Plus, check out a new feature to help expedite the application process.

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‘Impossible’ Project Provides Critical Workforce Housing Options in Memphis

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‘Impossible’ Project Provides Critical Workforce Housing Options in Memphis

Repurposing a 1.5 million-square-foot decaying building that’s been abandoned for decades and is too expensive even to demolish may seem like an impossible task. Yet a group of non-profit organizations in Memphis tackled this feat by turning a 1927 vintage Sears distribution center into a “vertical urban village” that includes resources for the arts community, for education, and for health and wellness services.

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