Builders ready to become DOE Challenge Home partners should complete the registration form below.
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Builders of single-family homes that are constructed on-site and intended for sale (including builders utilizing construction systems such as modular, SIPs, and ICFs.)
Builders of multi-family homes that are constructed on-site (including builders utilizing construction systems such as modular, SIPs, and ICFs). Note: Builders Challenge guidelines for residential construction apply to homes that are up to three stories in height or higher if permitted under residential code.
Builders of income-eligible housing typically designated for lower-income households whose construction is publicly subsidized by federal, state, or local housing agencies, usually via grants, loans, tax credits, and/or tax-exempt bonds.
Individuals that build their own homes.
Retailers that are responsible for installing manufactured homes on-site (including communities that install manufactured homes on-site.)
Organizations responsible for planning and developing communities where multiple builders construct homes. Individual builders who construct subdivisions should NOT select this category. Note: To be eligible for partnership, developers must require that all builders construct 100% Builders Challenge qualified homes in the development.
* Please select the type of training partner.
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