Beazer® Homes - Virginia - Proud Winner of the Quality Built Risk Assessment Award for 2017
Fort Lauderdale, FL (Feb. 08, 2018) – Beazer Homes has built more than 170,000 homes across the United States in their over 25 years of being in business. They have received several awards from highly accredited firms which validates their true commitment to quality building and energy efficient building practices. In 2014, Beazer was recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® program as Partner of the Year. In 2016, they received the Energy STAR Partner of the Year Sustained Excellence Award, as well as the Quality Built (QB) Risk Assessment award for their Phoenix division.
For the second year in a row, Beazer Homes has received the (2017) QB Risk Assessment award; this time for their Virginia division. According to Quality Built’s Risk Assessment Manager, Patrick McPherson, “Gary Szebalskie, Joe Gorrell, Jerome Nolan, Derek Morgan, their team of dedicated and knowledgeable builders, and all the entire Beazer Virginia team set a refreshingly high bar for quality of construction and dedication to continuous improvement of processes and product. In addition, Beazer Virginia has a very dedicated team of Trade Partners that support and respect the demands of the inspection process. It is no surprise that Beazer Virginia regularly contends for RA Awards honors year after year. Their drive for building a good, quality product is a benefit to their homeowners and the Beazer Home’s enterprise as a whole. They have much to be proud of.”
What is Involved in Risk Assessment Inspections?
Risk Assessments account for common construction risks based on a statistical sampling of various construction stages and systems for gauging and measuring the overall risk exposure associated with a builder. During an RA, Quality Built surveys site conditions and construction performance, highlights areas of greatest need, and provides the builder with a measurement tool for insurance risk and performance grading. Builders can then take this information to make informed decisions about training and quality assurance protocols to avoid risk.
Each of Quality Built’s clients that have integrated risk assessments into their QA program have approached the system in their own unique way. This is because their business model, geographic location, scope of work, etc. all vary.
What Does It Mean to Own a Quality Built Home?
Quality Built is a third-party quality assurance inspection company providing inspection services and technology-based solutions to builders across the U.S. for over 20 years. Their inspectors average over 25 years of experience in the industry and comprise of licensed inspectors, architects and engineers. QB is committed to educating the building industry on construction code and building best practices. Through their programs, builders can track and remediate anomalies, while providing their trade contractors with targeted training to ensure they are building to quality standards and therefore delivering to homeowners the quality home they deserve.
Not all builders use quality third-party inspections. Beazer Homes is one of the few in the nation that has committed to providing homeowners with a dependable home that they can trust.
For more information about Beazer Homes and their offerings, visit their website at www.beazer.com