Orlando, FL (May 19, 2016): David Weekley Homes is proud to announce its recent ranking as the largest privately-held builder in the U.S. for the fourth year in a row, and the 17th largest builder overall, according to BUILDER magazine’s BUILDER 100 list. The highly-decorated home builder also recently ranked as the 15th builder on Professional Builder magazine’s 2016 Housing Giants List.
David Weekley Homes has been building in Orlando since 1994 and is currently building in eight area communities, including Spring Lake at Celebration, Park West at the Village, John’s Lake Landing, Laureate Park at Lake Nona, Oakland Park and Preserve of Oviedo on the Park.
All David Weekley homes in Orlando are energy-efficient, EnergySaver™ homes backed by the Environments For Living® Gold Level Program’s heating and cooling energy usage guarantee.
The BUILDER 100 list is comprised of both private and public builders and identifies the top home builders in America by annual closings, gross revenue, and rate of change year over year, as well as information about where and what they build.
Professional Builder has been compiling its list of Housing Giants for over 40 years. Firms that wish to apply for the list must complete a questionnaire that includes questions about types of homes built, average square footage, revenue and closings.
For more information about David Weekley Homes in Orlando, please call 866-994-3639.
About David Weekley Homes
David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2016. Headquartered in Houston, the company operates in 22 cities and 12 states across the United States. David Weekley Homes was the first builder in the United States to be awarded the Triple Crown of American Home Building, an honor which includes “America’s Best Builder,” “National Housing Quality Award” and “National Builder of the Year.” David Weekley Homes has also appeared nine times on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list. Since 1976, the company has closed more than 80,000 homes. For more information, visit www.davidweekleyhomes.com.