DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS

  1. 2019 – NBC Studios does film segment titled “At Home with Natalie” featuring the home built by Guida Construction for Olympic Gold Medal skier Mikaela Shiffrin.
  2. 2018 – Mountain Living Magazine recognizes Guida Construction for restoration project on remote mountain site location
  3. 2017 Jim Guida completes extensive training program in real estate investing and opens up business with his son in Denver & Colorado Springs.
  4. 2016 National Association of Home Builders recognizes Jim Guida for achieving the highest honor of Graduate Master Builder and Graduate Master Remodeler. Guida becomes only the 5th person in Colorado to receive this award.
  5. 2013 – Jim Guida completes extensive Passive House training and markets first Passive House in the Vail valley.
  6. 2011 – Awarded LEED Silver Certification – Lot 8 Heritage Park
  7. 2010 – Completed extensive training of Passive House building program including supplemental training at the 5th, 6th and 7th National Passive House Conferences
  8. 2010 – Awarded a “Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist” CAPS designation from National Association of Home Builders
  9. 2009 – Awarded a “Certified Green Professional” CGP designation from National Association of Home Builders
  10. 2009 – Feature story Vail Daily “Green Ideas, Building Heritage Park”
  11. 2009 – Published Western Interior & Design Magazine “Style Update”
  12. 2009 – Sponsor of EVAS “Healthy Home Tour”
  13. 2008 – Speaker “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”, Energy Star Summit
  14. 2008 – BEAM Award recipient “Remodeling Excellence”
  15. 2008 – Gold award recipient of Eagle Valley HBA “Green Home Building Award”
  16. 2007 – Elected / Served on Board of Directors, Eagle Valley Alliance for Sustainability
  17. 2007 – Published Vail Home Magazine “The Green Scene”
  18. 2007 – Promoted EEBA’s nationally acclaimed “Houses that Work” seminar in Vail
  19. 2006 – Achieved “LEED Accredited Professional” designation from USGBC
  20. 2006 – Member of United States Green Building Council
  21. 2006 – Named an “Energy Star Partner” through EPA Energy Star Program
  22. 2005 – Awarded “Graduate Certificate” from CSU Green Building Program
  23. 2004 – Awarded PUD zoning for “Heritage Park”, Eagle County’s 1st green development
  24. 1997 – Awarded “Certified Graduate Remodeler” CGR designation from National Association of Home Builders
  25. 1994 – Awarded a “Life Spike” membership through National Association of Home Builders
  26. 1992 / 2000 – Elected / served on Board of Directors, Home Builders Association
  27. 1992 – President of Home Builders Association – EVHBA
  28. 1992 – Awarded a “Certified Document Technologist” CDT designation from Construction Specifications Institute
  29. 1989 – Named as a member of the President Council National Association of Home Builders
  30. 1989 – Awarded “Certified Remodeler” CR designation through National Association of Remodeling Industry
  31. 1989 – President Home Builders Association – EHBA
  32. 1988 / 1989 – Construction Committee Chairman – Habitat for Humanity

 

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