Brock Built Excellence Recognized with 15 OBIE Awards

Brock Built excellence recognized with 15 OBIE awards

On Saturday, November 11, Brock Built Homes received 15 awards at the 37th Annual OBIE Awards, presented by the Greater Atlanta Home Builder’s Association and Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council. These awards recognize brands for outstanding achievement in building, marketing, and personal achievement within the Atlanta homebuilding industry.

Recognized as a leader in several categories, we were awarded seven Gold OBIE Awards for several of our in-town Atlanta communities including:

 

West Highlands won 4 OBIE Awards

Our communities also won four Silver OBIE Awards including:

  • Best Community information & Sales Center – Westside Station
  • Single Family Attached – All builder – $300,000 to $399,999 – Townhomes at West Highlands
  • Single Family Detached – Urban Redevelopment – $300,000 to $399,999 – West Highlands
  • Single Family Detached – Urban Redevelopment – $400,000 to $499,999 – Mangêt

 

Westside Station received 3 OBIE awards

For our marketing efforts, we received four Gold OBIE Awards including:

  • Best TV Spot – Atl&Co – Adams Vineyard
  • Best On-site Signage – Westside Station
  • Best Social Media Campaign – Builder/Developer
  • Best Online Banner or Box Ad

 

“It is such an honor to be recognized for the excellent work our team does, and we are truly humbled to win 15 awards this year. These accolades are a testament to our family-owned company focus of enriching people’s lives, and creating great places to live.” – Steve Brock, President

We are honored to be recognized for all of these accomplishments after receiving the EarthCraft Project of the Year Award last month for the Mechanicsville redevelopment. For more than 30 years, we have been dedicated to building quality homes and communities unmatched by any other homebuilder in the Atlanta area. As a visionary company in the homebuilding industry, we continue to seek out opportunities of building innovative neighborhoods both within in-town Atlanta and surrounding suburbs.

Photos: Warren Bond Photography