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These industry leaders haven't even hit 40 yet, but each awardee has already achieved incredible success in his or her work life
Meet this year’s 40 Under 40 awardees, the latest crop of bright young superstars in the home building industry. Each has already achieved incredible success in his or her work life, and their backstories may surprise you.
From left to right: Keith Porterfield, COO; Ryan Clinard, Vice President, Production and Costing; Chris O’Neal, Vice President, Sales and Marketing; Mike Stanton, Development Manager; Bob Goodall, President and Owner; Rich Pankow, CFO; and Jack Ludington, Vice President, Development.
Goodall Homes did more than make counterintuitive decisions during the downturn; the builder became an open book to its staff.
Now in its fourth year, the Professionl Builder Design Awards highlight beautifully designed projects that display and embrace new market trends.
The winning teams produced market-ready design solutions for zero-energy-ready, high-performance homes that are comfortable and durable.
The LEED for Homes Awards recognize projects, developers, and homebuilders that have demonstrated outstanding leadership in residential green building.
Now in its third year, the Professional Builder Design Awards highlight beautifully designed projects that embrace and display new market trends.
A chicken-and-goat farmer, a former children’s clothing model, a major in the National Guard, and a one-time Chicago Cubs draft pick are among this year’s young superstars of home building named as 40 Under 40 winners by the editors of Professional Builder.
Dave Brown was president of the Builders Industry Association of Central Ohio in 2012.