WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 25, 2012) — BUILDER, the leading media brand for the residential construction industry, unveiled the winners of its annual America's Best Builder program today.
The 2012 recipients are:
- Pinnacle Mountain Homes of Breckenridge, Colorado in the 1-25 closings category;
- Landmark Fine Homes of Norman, Oklahoma in the 25-100 closings category;
- Neal Communities of Lakewood Ranch, Florida in the 100-500 closings category;
- The Mungo Companies of Irmo, South Carolina in the 500+ closings category.
"The 2012 class of America's Best Builders encompass four elite companies that represent the best of the industry," said Boyce Thompson, editorial director of BUILDER. "Innovative business strategies, careful attention to customer service and a distinct approach to quality home building have led them all to succeed in today's new housing environment. There are lessons to be learned from the practices they've perfected."
America's Best Builders are selected from an open call of entries, reviewed by a panel of industry experts, and evaluated for excellence in finance/operations, design/construction, customer service/quality, community/industry service and marketing. Honorees will be profiled in BUILDER (print and online) in March. To learn more about America's Best Builders, or to view profiles of previous winners, visit www.BUILDERONLINE.com. For more information about the competition or the entry process, contact Denise Dersin at 202.736.3341.
Published by Hanley Wood, BUILDER is the leading brand in residential construction and serves as the magazine of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). For more than three decades, BUILDER has provided essential news, information and resources about products, technologies, trends, regulatory requirements and best practices to help home building professionals navigate challenges for success. With an integrated media platform encompassing print, online and in-person, BUILDER is a trusted source for top builders, architects and other industry professionals across the country. www.BUILDERONLINE.com