“It’s a true honor to be inducting David Weekley into the Texas Housing Hall of Honor,” said Scott Norman, executive director of the Texas Association of Builders. “He has been a true pioneer in the housing industry and we are fortunate to have his insight on all levels. Above all, David’s commitment to his customers and the well-being of the state is second to none. He’s the perfect example of ‘doing the right thing.'”
Inductees are selected annually from the categories of: builders, developers or remodelers; trades professionals and suppliers; government; and industry-allied professionals, and are elected through secret ballot by the Texas Association of Builders Board of Governors.
“This has been a milestone year for David Weekley Homes as we celebrate our 40th anniversary and I am incredibly grateful to be recognized as the 2016 Honoree for the Texas Housing Hall of Honor,” said David Weekley, chairman of David Weekley Homes. “I am proud of the company and our high standards, which we use to challenge ourselves to continue being an innovator for both our customers and the housing industry.”
“He has been a true pioneer in the housing industry and we are fortunate to have his insight on all levels. Above all, David’s commitment to his customers and the well-being of the state is second to none. He’s the perfect example of ‘doing the right thing.'”Scott Norman, Executive Director, Texas Association of Builders
Weekley was the first home builder in America to earn the Triple Crown of American Home Building and was one of the first builders to incorporate energy-efficient building techniques through its EnergySaver™ homes, which are backed by the Environments For Living® Program’s heating and cooling energy usage guarantee.
Weekley currently builds in four cities in Texas, and 23 nationwide. In 2015, the company celebrated the closing of its 80,000th home.
Over the past 20 years, The David Weekley Family Foundation has donated more than $100 million to worthy causes in the U.S. and abroad and Team Members volunteer thousands of hours each year working with various organizations.
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