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Williams Homes, Inc. Named Builder of the Year

Posted: December 3, 2013 5:49 p.m.
Updated: December 3, 2013 5:49 p.m.

Valle Di Oro, 79 single-family detached homes in Santa Clarita off Golden Valley and Sierra Highway, one of the homebuilder's new home communities.

 

Following on the heels of increased homebuilding activity in the past two years, Williams Homes, Inc. of Santa Clarita was named 2013 Builder of the Year by the local chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California, or BIASC.

The building group’s local chapter for Los Angeles and Ventura counties recognized the Williams Homes at its 90th anniversary awards and installation dinner at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.

Lance Williams, president and CEO of Williams Homes, accepted the award at the ceremony.

"Williams Homes is honored and privileged to be selected as the Builder of the Year,” Williams said. “This award is a testament to our dedicated team members and the company we've built.”

As one of the region’s most successful privately owned homebuilders, Williams Homes has been building houses for homeowners in Southern Californians since 1996.

The company has been very aggressive in the last few years with moves that solidified its position as one of the most active developers in the region, a spokesperson for the company told the media Tuesday.

In October, Williams Homes of Santa Clarita announced that it entered into a $4.1 million joint venture agreement for the acquisition and development of a 45-lot residential subdivision in Fillmore. The completed value of the development is estimated to be $20 million, and is the second development in Fillmore for the builder.

Last year the local homebuilder purchased sites in foreclosure, and built single-family homes in Santa Paula and Fillmore. In April of this year, the builder bought improved lots from a bankruptcy receiver to build Valle Di Oro - 79 single-family detached homes in Santa Clarita off Golden Valley and Sierra Highway.

“We have been very aggressive in the last few years with moves that solidified our position as one of the most active developers in the region,” Williams said at the time.

Recently, the company announced plans to develop and build more than a dozen new communities in Southern and Central California over the course of the next year encompassing an additional 600 units with a completed value of approximately $300 million.

Williams Homes is also currently in the process of opening a Central Coast division, said the spokesperson.

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