Hubbell Homes has been awarded a bronze in the 2021 National Housing Quality Award®, sponsored by Pro Builder magazine. This is the first time an Iowa-based homebuilder has received this nationally renowned award.
The award, which was established in 1993, is dedicated to the advancement and recognition of organizational excellence in homebuilding. The NHQA is based on a set of criteria that assesses the organizational performance of builders, remodelers, trades and suppliers with focuses on strategic planning, process management, construction quality and business results. Companies who apply submit a written submission, receive a judge panel site visit and critical feedback to homebuilding practices.
“The NHQ Award offered us an unforgettable and invaluable opportunity to be judged on the way we do business and how we build each one of our homes. We are constantly looking at ways we can improve our processes, increase our quality and bring more value to homeowners,” said Rachel Flint, who has been Vice President of Hubbell Homes since 2013. “This gave our teams the ability to look inward and outward at our operations and improve in the future.”
Hubbell Homes joins two additional bronze award winners and an honorable mention homebuilder for the 2021 NHQ award recognition.
“The feedback provided by the NHQA judges panel allows us to put a greater focus on our areas of improvement and figure out new ways to lift up our strengths. As a builder in the Central Iowa and Omaha areas, we couldn’t have asked for a better experience,” said Flint.
To learn more about Hubbell Homes, visit hubbellhomes.com.
To view the full article, visit Pro Builder Magazine HERE.