Each year, NVBIA presents awards to members who show great leadership, business accomplishments, special activities and contributions to NVBIA and the community.
BUILDER OF THE YEAR
2015—Van Metre Homes
2014—Elm Street Development
2012—Stanley Martin Companies
2008—Vince Butler and Lou Sagatov
2006—Russell S. Rosenberger
2005—John T. Conrad
2004—Mark Granville Smith
2002—W. Craig Havenner
1998—Miller and Smith
1992—Pulte Home Corp.
1988—Gregory R. Cox
1987—John T. Hazel
CUSTOM BUILDER OF THE YEAR
The Custom Builder of the Year award is presented each year to a member of the Custom Builder Council for significant contributions to the NVBIA and participation in the Custom Builder Council’s programs, activities and leadership.
2019—Ali Khazai, Capital City Builders
2018—Rob Fisher, Fisher Custom Homes
2017—Andrew Moore, Arlington Designer Homes
2016—Rob Fisher, Fisher Custom Homes
2015—Rick Genuario, The Genaurio Companies/Wakefield Homes
2014—Mark Stahl, Stahl Homes
2013—John Sekas, Sekas Homes
2011—Rick Genuario, The Genuario Companies/Wakefield Homes
2010—Tom Byrne, Chadsworth Homes
ASSOCIATE OF THE YEAR
The Associate of the Year award is presented to an associate member for significant contributions and participation in the NVBIA’s programs, activities and leadership.
2004—Cecilia A. Hodges
1996—Steve Potucek and Ervin Bedker
EMIL KEEN AWARD
The Emil Keen Award is presented to a member whose lifetime contributions to and involvement in the NVBIA exemplify leadership, commitment and dedication to further the goals of the housing industry. Many previous recipients have been members of NVBIA for 30+ years and given tirelessly of their time and resources. Without these amazing dedicated individuals we would not have been able to accomplish what we have today.
1999—Louis V. Genuario
1998—Myron P. Erkiletian
1997—William H. Lauer
1996—L. Randolph Williams
1995—F. Gary Garczynski
1993—William L. Berry
BILL BERRY PRESIDENT’S AWARD
The Bill Berry President’s Award recognizes a member for their outstanding contributions of time, talent and dedication to the NVBIA and building industry—often behind the scenes and with little fanfare. The award is named after Bill Berry, a former association president and industry legend, who humbly represented all of the qualities and characteristics the award is meant to embody.