NAHB Honors Building Systems Industry Leaders

NAHB Honors Building Systems Industry Leaders

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 28, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — The Building Systems Councils (BSC) and the Log and Timber Homes Council of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) presented the 2015 Jerry Rouleau Awards for Excellence in Marketing and Home Design to BSC members who demonstrated high achievement in home design and marketing materials. Twenty-six awards were given out during the BSC’s annual Showcase24 event, the only national conference and educational event focused exclusively on the systems-built industry, held Oct. 27-28 in Washington, D.C.

The awards recognize members that excel in building with systems—concrete, log, modular and panelized homes. Recipients were recognized for excellence in achievement in a range of categories such as website design and floor plan design categorized by systems-built type and square footage, including green homes.

“Winners of this year’s awards did a phenomenal job of showcasing the best marketing and home designs in the building systems industry,” said 2014 BSC chairman, Jason Blenker of Blenker Building Systems, in Amherst, Wis. “Systems-built technology is the building of the future and these awards represent what is possible for potential systems-built home owners.”

For a complete list of winning companies and projects, visit nahb.org/bscawards2015.

Select projects will be on display on the BSC’s Awards Wall during the International Builders’ Show (IBS), Jan. 22 – 24, 2015, in Las Vegas.

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