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Impresa Modular Recognized as 2019 Builder of the Year

Impresa Modular is honored to be acknowledged for its involvement and years of dedication to the advancement of all off-site construction practices in particularly “modular home construction” ...

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MARTINSBURG, WV. – October 8,2019 ….Impresa Modular, a West Virginia based, off-site modular custom home construction company, was named Home Builder of the Year by the Building Systems Councils (BSC) of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

The NAHB Specialty Council recognize a BSC home builder, for their dedication to the association, professional achievements and passion to advance the systems-built housing industry. EXPRESS MODULAR holds an active NAHB and BSC membership* at the time of nomination. Nominees are judged on the following factors: Best Business Practices, Contributions to the Systems-Built Housing Industry, Innovation, including the uniqueness of products, services or programs, Involvement with NAHB  and BSC, Awards and Honors received during the last calendar year. These awards were announced at NAHB’s 2019 Building Systems Summit, held this week in Pittsburgh.

Earlier this year the company’s President and CEO Ken Semler was recognized as “One of the Five Leading Voices in the Modular Home Construction Industry” in a Jeld-Wen Special Report written by Hanley Wood, the publisher of Builder magazine.

Impresa Modular is honored to be acknowledged for its involvement and years of dedication to the advancement of all off-site construction practices in particularly “modular home construction” which is what we specialize in. Our dedicated and growing team of modular home construction professionals work hard every day to provide higher-quality homes that are healthier, affordable and more stainable for our customers, said Ken Semler, Impresa Modular President and CEO.

About Impresa Modular

Impresa Modular was founded in 2008 to transform the way houses are purchased in America by offering the largest National Footprint of any Licensed General Contractor building exclusively with Modular Construction. Based in Martinsburg, WV, Impresa Modular scales the build process by completely offering and integrating the home selection and purchasing process all on the internet through its dynamic website http://www.expressmodular.com. First to market with exciting news, Impresa Modular embarked the third quarter this year into the world of Franchising. Impresa Modular Franchising has been created to grow the modular home construction industry, by offering unique to modular, training, support, and systems designed to create a successful modular home builder, to individuals, with any level of construction background. As the labor crunch continues to worsen we are looking to find new ways to get new people into the modular home construction field. Impresa Modular is a licensed builder/contractor in 42 states. To learn more about Impresa Modular Franchising view our Frequently Asked Questions.

Corporate/Franchising Contact:
Jim Griffin
jim.griffin@expressmodular.com

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