Ft. Lauderdale, FL–AVAD will sponsor The New American Home demonstration house at the 2005 International Builders Show in Orlando, Florida, next January.
The project aims to spotlight emerging trends in home building by showcasing a lifestyle-centered plan integrating home automation and technology, as well as energy- and materials-conscious home construction techniques. The home will be located near the Orlando Convention Center, and will open for tours during IBS 2005, January 13-16.
“AVAD is proud to support the production of The New American Home,” stated AVAD managing director, Joe Piccirilli. “Our services have always gone toward promoting advanced home design, and now that AVAD is a member of the NCHI, were more excited than ever about The New American Homes role in shaping the future of the home construction market.”
The New American Home (TNAH) serves as the official showcase house of the annual International Builders Show. Every year, NCHI co-sponsors the construction of this house, which features current products and technologies, and design aesthetics.
In contributing to the The New American Homes production, AVAD will work closely with its builder, Goehring and Morgan Construction, as well as with its Electronic Systems Contractor, Wilson Technologies to implement the homes electronic enhancements such as automation and networking, as well as all the convenience and entertainment features.
Kim Goehring and Chris Morgan of Goehring and Morgan Contruction, a second-generation Orlando custom builder firm, will build the 5,900 square-foot home. Ed Binkley and Oviedo, FL-based Bloodgood Sharp Buster Architects and Planners, Inc. are the selected architects. Dave Wilson of Wilson Tecnologies is the designated Electronic Systems Contractor, while Donnie Saxon of Orlandos Saxon-Clark, is the chosen interior designer.
For more information, visit www.avad.com.