Builder magazine

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  • Builder magazine wrote that The Shape of Green could "revolutionize what it means to be sustainable."
  • Being "intensely interested" in architecture, he submitted a design for a competition in The Builder magazine, but did not win.
  • Builder Magazine named LGI Homes the industry's fastest growing private company of 2008.
  • The couple has been mentioned in a September 2013 Builder Magazine article titled "Build it right the first time."
  • In addition, the company was named to the Top 100 builders in the Country list by Professional Builder Magazine.
  • Established in 1991, Custom Builder magazine was originally published bimonthly.
  • Established in 1936, Professional Builder magazine is published monthly with two additional issues in the fall (usually mid September or October) and December.
  • The Builder magazine criticised the scheme as exhibiting a degree of megalomania.
  • Habijax was named the 8th largest homebuilder in the United States by Builder Magazine for 2009.
  • Its mock Tudor/Gothic architecture was the winning design from among over ninety entries in a competition run by The Builder magazine in 1869.
  • In 2008, Baker was one of three architects selected for induction in the Builder Magazine's "Hall of Fame".
  • It is the 5th largest privately owned homebuilding company in the United States (per number of units sold) according to Builder Magazine's Builder 100 report.
  • On May 12, 2014, Toll Brothers was named Builder of the Year by BUILDER magazine, the leading media brand in residential construction.
  • Builder Magazine ranked THP #78 on its Builder 100 list in 2008, which is based on the total number of settled homes in a specific year.
  • Paradise Palms won the American Builder magazine award for one of the best planned communities in the U.S. The architects were two young men by the names of Palmer and Krisel.
  • In 2008, the company won Western Builder Magazine's Project of the Year competition with a job that constructed of pipeline and included a Wisconsin-record tunnel 80 inches in diameter and more than long.
  • In 1924 a contract was let for what Southwest Builder magazine called a "magnificent new home" for the club -- its present brick-faced structure at 545 S. Figueroa Street, one block west of the Los Angeles Central Library.
  • In 1905 a "Neat Little Bungalow House" was published with plans, bills of material and estimate of costs in the May edition of The National Builder magazine.
  • The company saw sales trend upward from 2006 to 2008, when it was the only builder in the Builder Magazine Top-200 builders to generate unit sales and see revenue growth across that period.
  • Since that time, developers have won several national design awards for their contributions to various facets of the Rivermark master planned community, including Grand Award for Master Planned Project of the Year (2004) and Grand and Merit Award from Builder magazine in 2003.
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