Editor's note: This article appears in the next edition of Oklahoma Builder magazine, which will be published by the end of November.
Tony Foust is the newly elected Oklahoma state representative to NAHB, having served as a BuildPAC trustee at the NAHB level for several years.
Foust has served in numerous leadership roles at NAHB and is a Certified Professional Builder (an OSHBA designation), Certified Aging in Place Specialist, Certified Green Professional and master CGP, Graduate Master Builder and Certified Graduate Builder (all are NAHB designations). Also, he is a certified national instructor for NAHB.
Foust is chief executive at Oklahoma City’s DaVinci Homes. He serves on the NAHB Board of Directors and on four influential committees within that organization.
Among his previous NAHB leadership positions, Foust is past chairman of the Residential Construction Performance Guidelines Committee, Single Family Committee, Certified Graduate Builder Board of Governors, and the Certified Graduate Associate Ambassador program. Tony also serves as our state’s BuildPAC chairman and trustee. He is currently a member of the NAHB Resolutions and Public Affairs committees.
Foust’s honors include former Builders Association of South Central Oklahoma “Builder of the Year,” past president of BASCO and builder of its festival “show house” in 2015. He is on the leadership ladder for the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association. He has served on the board of OSHBA and as past chairman of the OSHBA CPB Committee.
“Tony has always been ahead of the curve on new endeavors at the state level, such as establishment of the Certified Professional Builder designation recognition program,” said Mike Means, OSHBA executive vice president. "He is always learning about new trends in the industry as a consummate attendee of the International Builders Show.”