National Housing Hall of Fame
NAHB established the National Housing Hall of Fame in 1976 to recognize those individuals whose spirit, ingenuity and determination have changed the face of housing for the better, making America one of the best-housed nations in the world. Being named to the National Housing Hall of Fame is the highest individual honor bestowed by the housing industry.
2017 National Housing Hall of Fame Inductees
- Carl A.S. Coan, Jr., Washington, DC
- Robert R. Jones, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
- Robert Nielsen, Reno, Nevada
- Arthur Rutenberg, Clearwater, Florida
Exemplary Service to Home Building
The Exemplary Service to Home Building Award recognizes individuals for outstanding and commendable accomplishments to the housing industry. These people who have made noteworthy contributions to housing and had a significant impact on the nation’s home building industry.
Exemplary Service to Home Building Recipients
- Brian Catalde, El Segundo, California
- Gerald Kosmensky, Southgate, Michigan
- Jean MacDonald, Austin, Texas
- Joe Robson, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
- Ted Schlossman, Dallas, Texas
- Wayne Stetson, Arlington, Virginia