Don't forget sporting clay event

Posted on November 10, 2011 by Mike Means
We are 1 week away from our annual Sporting Clay Tournament! We need YOU to join us! On the afternoon of November 16th, the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association will be holding its annual Sporting Clay Tournament at Silverleaf Shotgun Sports. T...
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Hats off to Moore homebuilders -- doing good for others

Posted on November 9, 2011 by Mike Means
Moore Association of Home Builders president Jessie Jennings, right, receives a Red Cross plaque for the association's five-year, $5,000 per year contribution made to the Red Cross.   As we approach the Thanksgiving season, we would l...
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Message from the President: November

Posted on November 7, 2011 by Brandon Perkins
Good morning, I've really enjoyed reading recent newspaper articles that are positive for a change. Also, thanks to many of you for helping to promote our association. And be Michael Herndon, 2011 OSHBA President sure to join us for our ne...
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Without licensing, Oklahoma's top builders create their own standard of excellence

Posted on November 1, 2011 by Guest Post
By L. RAYBURN   Carol Hartzog Communications As more than 2,500 individuals claim to be builders in the state, Oklahoma homebuyers face an overwhelming amount of choices when they go to build a home. And, Oklahoma home builders fac...
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Our prayers are with Mike Means

Posted on October 21, 2011 by Carol Hartzog
By Carol Hartzog, Carol Hartzog Communications Our thoughts and prayers go out to OSHBA executive vice president Mike Means and his family, on the passing of Mike's mother. Pamela Elizabeth Means, 74, died late Wednesday night, unexpectedly. She wa...
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Update on Fall Protection

Posted on October 20, 2011 by Mike Means
OSHA has recently rescinded the Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines for Residential Construction (STD 3.1) and in doing so the Agency raised concerns that NAHB's fall protection materials may not meet the intent of its Subpart M - Fall Protec...
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