Oklahoma City home builder Jay Evans recently was awarded designations as a Graduate Master Builder and Master Certified Green Professional by the National Association of Home Builders.
Evans is one of only 36 Oklahoma City metro area home builders to hold both designations, and one of 100 across Oklahoma.
The founder and chief executive of Two Structures Homes, Jay has a passion for building high performance, energy efficient homes. He is a member of the Central Oklahoma Home Builder’s Association, and also holds designations as a Certified Professional Builder and Certified Green Builder and Certified Sales Professional.
According to the NAHB, this Master Certified Green Professional designation includes a series of hands-on curriculum requirements as well as significant experience in the field. Classes are conducted with the support and cooperation of Green Building Advisor, the leading green web publication in the field. The emphasis is on building science: a core competency in a field that changes almost daily as new products and techniques are introduced.
NAHB calls the Graduate Master Builder designation the ultimate symbol of the building professional. The designation requires builders to have a Certified Graduate Builder or Certified Graduate Remodeler designations or 10 years of building experience.
If a builder is interested in earning these designations, please contact Kathy Kastner at Oklahoma State Home Builders Association at email@example.com.