Now Oklahoma's leading homebuilder, the company is locally owned and operated and is the winner of the premier Professional Builder of the Year Award for 2010, from Professional Builder Magazine; America's Best Builder Award for 2007, from Builder Magazine and the National Association of Homebuilders; and the prestigious National Housing Quality 2006 Gold Award from the National Association of Home Builders Research Center.
What does NAHBRC stand for?
NAHBRC stands for National Association of Home Builders Research Center
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- Native American Housing Block Grant
- National Association of Homebuilders Remodelers (Washington, DC)
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- Nashua Area Home Builders and Remodelers Association (Nashua, NH)
- National Association of Home Builders Remodelors Council
- North American Handmade Bicycle Show (trade show)
- National Association of Home Builders of the United States
- National Advisory Health Council
- National AIDS Housing Coalition
- National Archive for the History of Computing (UK)
- National Association for Home Care and Hospice
- National Association of Housing Cooperatives
- Native American Heritage Commission
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- North American Hunting Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
A set of green building guidelines under development for the past year by the National Association of Home Builders Research Center was released at the association's International Builders Show in Orlando in January.
The housing industry has mixed feelings about aboveground shelters, says Jay Crandell, an engineer at the National Association of Home Builders Research Center in Upper Marlboro, Md.