Grayson Homes wins gold quality award from NAHB center

REAL ESTATE WATCH

September 19, 2004|By Bob Erle

Grayson Homes recently was named a 2005 National Housing Quality Award winner by the National Association of Home Builders Research Center in Upper Marlboro. The Ellicott City homebuilder was one of two applicants to receive a gold award for quality achievement in the residential construction industry. The other winner was Pulte Homes of Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Grayson, which had applied for the award the past four years, previously won a silver award and an honorable mention.

"It's been four years of hard work on all the employees' parts," said Cindy McAuliffe, Grayson's president.

The Research Center, a subsidiary of the NAHB, has been giving the award for 12 years.

Applicants must provide relevant background information and answer essay questions in several areas.

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