October 6, 2011
Hardwick General Contracting was recently selected as the builder for the first ever Muddy Boots Tour, hosted by New Southern Homes. The tour featured the contemporary building practices for the 2011 New Southern Home, a New Orleans plantation style home in Winter Park, Florida.
Hardwick General contracting began construction on the 9,000 plus square foot home with the goal of building a home that is beautiful, efficient, and environmentally friendly. "Our mission is to consistently balance beauty and elegance with basic conservation and sustainability principles all while ensuring that every client is delighted with the process and final product," says Greg Hardwick, President and Owner of Hardwick General Contracting.
Muddy Boots Tour
Hardwick General Contracting creates custom homes, additions, and renovations with various levels of green building technologies. By adhering to The Florida Green Home Standard developed by the Florida Green Building Coalition, Inc. (FGBC), Hardwick GC has been registered as a Certifying Agent for the FGBC and continues to create certified green homes.
"UDA is proud to support an industry leader like Hardwick General Contracting," says Michael Stevens, President of UDA Technologies. "Innovative companies like Hardwick General Contracting stand out and set an example for the entire construction industry."
Hardwick General Contracting attributes much of its success to UDA's ConstructionSuite software. "Luckily the market didn't change our business. We built our business around UDA's program and we haven't had to change. I have the upper hand over other builders I'm competing against, all because of this program," says Greg Hardwick, President and Owner of Hardwick General Contracting.
UDA Technologies is excited to support companies such as Hardwick General Contracting in their green building needs with a full line of products for green residential and green commercial construction.