(Arlington, Va. -- April 14, 2004) Genesis Homes has received the Manufactured Housing Institute’s (MHI) National Industry Award for “Production Modular Home Over 1,400 Square Feet.” The award was presented today during the 2004 National Congress and Expo for Manufactured and Modular Housing, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“Genesis Homes has been honored for their excellence in design innovations. With their forward thinking and extraordinary dedication they have promoted a positive image for the modular home industry and demonstrated the industry’s true potential. We are proud of their many accomplishments,” said Chris Stinebert, president of MHI.
An open layout characterizes the floor plan of “The Jefferson.” With public areas flowing into each other for a casual lifestyle, the home’s great room features a recessed ceiling, creating additional height to the standard 9-foot ceilings.
The first floor also features a first floor master bedroom and bath, with access to a rear deck. The second floor offers two bedrooms or a combination of bedroom and study/all purpose room.
The exterior features a “traverse” roof, combined with an “A” frame roof in the front of the home, to create a distinctive roofline. Wide fascia, frieze boards and bottom trim, along with heavy trim work around the windows, create a unique and impressive look for this home award winning home.
The National Industry Awards are presented annually. Entries submitted for awards in the “Concept Modular Home Over 1,400 Square Feet” category were judged by an independent panel of architects and building professionals.
MHI is the national trade organization representing all segments of the manufactured and modular housing industries including manufacturers, retailers, community owners, suppliers, financial institutions, state associations and developers.
Tim Hanson or Paul Kesman
Identity Investor Relations