National Launch of NHQ Certified Builder Program to Be Announced at Builders’ Show
The NAHB Research Center will launch its National Housing Quality (NHQ) Certified Builder Program nationwide at January’s International Builders’ Show with a series of quality-related activities.
The occasion will be celebrated with an invitation-only reception honoring the three NHQ pilot Certified Builders — Grayson Homes of Ellicott City, MD; KB Home Las Vegas; and Veridian Homes of Madison, WI.
For convention-goers who want to learn more about quality in home building and the NHQ program, the Research Center is offering a free orientation session on Jan. 15, from 8:00-10:00 a.m. in Room W 224 H, Level II of the Orange County Convention Center.
Don Carr, a quality programs specialist at the Research Center, will discuss what it takes to become an NHQ Certified builder, and what steps builders need to take to improve the quality of their businesses. The first 20 builders to sign up for NHQ Certification at the IBS will receive a discount on the cost of their certification training.