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?
Each of the 2002 Professional Builder Achievement Award winners casts a wide net in the new residential construction industry.
Each of the 2002 Professional Builder Achievement Award winners casts a wide net in the new residential construction industry. While the vision and the path for creating more profitable businesses, for building more energy-efficient, sustainable homes and for helping those in society most desperate for shelter may be theirs, Jack Robinson, Sam Rashkin and Mike Lennon don’t seek glory. Simply, each seeks to spread the word of what can be, why it should be and how to make a different and better future a reality today. For leading all of us on this journey, we at Professional Builder gratefully say thank you.
Achievement Award Winners
Rayco’s Management Maven
It’s hard to imagine a retiree with more influence on the direction of production home building management methods than Jack Robinson. If you’re surveying buyers to discover what makes them tick or working to improve consistency in work flows, you are under Jack Robinson’s spell, even if you’ve never heard his name.
An Energy Star
Building Hope and Homes