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[Building Industry Assn.] – Standard Pacific Homes has been named Builder of the Year for Los Angeles and Ventura counties, the local chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California announced Friday. The award was presented at the chapter’s annual installation and awards event Nov. 17 in Los Angeles.

“Standard Pacific Homes was chosen because of its innovative home designs and successful efforts to meet the diverse housing needs of the region during this time of economic turmoil,” said Holly Schroeder, CEO of BIASC’s Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter.

“Standard Pacific Homes is a premier national homebuilder that is truly a leader in Southern California. The company understands the market, continues to evolve and is doing a great job of providing a wide range of home designs including single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums  to ensure they are meeting customer demand across the board.”

“It is a great honor to be recognized as Builder of the Year by BIASC’s Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter,” said Ted McKibben, Southern California Coastal President for Standard Pacific Homes. “We strive to design homes that blend sophistication and flexible design for buyers of all lifestyles. This award acknowledges that we are achieving our goal of providing the utmost in home choice, quality and value — all created with our longstanding tradition of excellence in design and craftsmanship.”

Building upon a reputation of quality in homebuilding since 1965, Irvine-based Standard Pacific Homes opened more than 60 communities in 2011. The Company has been the top builder in Ventura County for the past two years and is currently offering single-family homes and townhomes in Oxnard’s master-planned community of RiverPark as well as The Marketplace in Simi Valley and The Hideaway in Port Hueneme.  In Los Angeles, the Company is building executive homes in the Walnut community of Saddlewood, single-family homes in San Pedro’s Harbor Highlands and townhomes in Marina del Rey’s Beach Collection at Latitude 33.

 

About BIASC, Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter

BIASC is a non-profit trade association representing some 1,000 member companies in the housing industry, construction trades, and affiliated businesses throughout Southern California. The Chapter, one of four that make up BIASC, serves homebuilders in Los Angeles, Ventura and southeastern Kern counties. Learn more at www.bialav.org.

 

About Standard Pacific Homes

Standard Pacific Homes has built quality homes for families across the country for over 45 years. The company constructs homes within a wide range of price and size targeting a broad range of homebuyers. Standard Pacific Homes is active in many of the largest housing markets in the country with operations in major metropolitan areas in California, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Colorado and Nevada. For more information about the company and its new home developments, please visit our website at: www.standardpacifichomes.com.

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