NBN Online for the week of May 16, 2005

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In This Issue:

Front Page
Builders Seek Timely OSHA Citations and Other Reforms
Will You Be the Next Winner of a Digital Camera?
New Southern Nevada Homes Embrace Water Conservation
Coast to Coast
Developer Tactics to Avoid Housing Bust
Economics & Finance
Home Buyers Opt for Upscale Smaller Homes
Builder Confidence on Home Sales Holding Strong
Business Management
What Do You Need From Your Estimating Software?
Seniors Housing
A Holistic Approach to Wellness for CCRCs
Remodelers
Little Consolidation Seen in Remodeling Industry
Ohio Remodeler Named Remodelor™ of the Month
Education
Education Calendar
Environment
New Roadless Rule Lets States Choose Forest Protection
Career Staffer New EPA Administrator
Building Quality
Pulte, KB Home Divisions Earn Quality Certification
Deadline for Housing Quality Award Application Nears
Workforce housing
2006 Workforce Housing Awards Open
Workers Make Hard Choices to Pay for Housing
Housing Costs Get Tougher Still for Working Families
International
ICC to Guide Mexican Codes and Standards Update
Labor
Student Chapter Opens at Acosta Job Corps Center
Building Products
Custom Sell Sheets Present Door Glass Upgrades
Builder's Engineer
Good Lawyer — Bad Lawyer
TV
NAHB-Produced Shows on HGTV & DIY — This Week
Endowment
Research Center Seeks Land Development Expert
Association News
Customize Your Computer’s Cursor With the NBN ‘Hammer’
Tsunami Relief at Almost $350,000
GM Discount Available on More Than 80 Vehicles
Calendar of Events

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Workers Make Hard Choices to Pay for Housing

Housing Costs Get Tougher Still for Working Families

2006 Workforce Housing Awards Open

NAHB has announced that it is now accepting entries for the second annual Innovations in Workforce Housing Awards (IWHA).

Designed to recognize outstanding examples of workforce housing communities across the nation, the awards also serve to increase awareness of the workforce housing challenge and the ground-breaking solutions implemented by the housing industry, while encouraging builders, developers and related professionals to incorporate such innovative solutions into their own projects.

“The first workforce housing awards were such a success and we want to keep this award program going,” said NAHB President Dave Wilson. “These awards bring national attention to the workforce housing problem and to the creative ways in which builders and developers are inceasing the supply of housing that is affordable to working families.”

IWHA is open to builders, architects, designers, developers and land planners nationwide. Communities that have been completed, or in which the first model has been opened or the first unit has been occupied between Jan. 1, 2003 and Oct. 28, 2005, are eligible to enter.

Entries must be postmarked by Oct. 28.

Winning entries will be selected by a panel of builders, multifamily and land development experts and other industry professionals. Winners will be announced at the 2006 International Builders’ Show in Orlando in January.

Judging criteria include exterior design, interior architecture, sales success, construction quality/cost efficiency, successful management of any impediments and level of cooperation among various stakeholders.

The first winning projects of the Innovations in Workforce Housing award were in Brooklyn, N.Y.; Cobb County, Ga.; Newport News, Va.; Salinas, Cal.; Seattle; and Trenton, N.J.

For more information on the awards, click here; or e-mail Blake Smith at NAHB, or call him at 800-368-5242 x8583.


 

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