The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
Larwin Company, Encino, Calif., has hired Denis G. Cullumber as president of the company and general manager of the firm’s Southern California Division.
Larwin Company, Encino, Calif., has hired Denis G. Cullumber as president of the company and general manager of the firm’s Southern California Division. Cullumber’s previous position was president of the Orange County Division for Greystone Homes.
The Bernstein Companies, one of Washington, D.C.’s oldest real estate development, investment and management organizations, has appointed Martin J. Saturn vice president of acquisitions for TBC and its Consortium Capital Funds.
Richmond American Homes’ Escondido office announced that James McMenamin is the new vice president/regional manager for the company’s acquisition, forward planning and building operations throughout San Diego and the greater Temecula region of southwestern Riverside County. McMenamin was formerly vice president of operations at Ryland Homes.
Arvida’s Weston community in Weston, Fla., won 18 awards at South Florida’s Best 2000. Among the awards were seven Platinum, four Gold, and six Silver Awards in categories ranging from the community’s Web site to its landscape architecture to its bath and kitchen design.
Jones-GMO, a leading construction company in Charlotte, N.C., has hired long-time construction industry leaders Al McNeill and Hal Parmalee as chairman and president, respectively.