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Alan Hoffmann, LLC

USGBC member

7324 Gaston Avenue #124-341
Dallas, TX 75214

214-324-0046

http://www.concretehomestore.com

Service area: 50 miles

Service Area: Accepting projects in Dallas County, Collin County, Rockwall County, Kaufman County and Navarro County.

Alan Hoffmann – Builder/Designer/Developer

Alan Hoffmann is the founder of the Alan Hoffmann Company, a sustainable builder of residential and commercial properties. As a leader in the environmental building movement, Alan has a long list of firsts that he has brought to the marketplace. He was the first builder in 1995 to introduce Insulated Concrete Forms to North Texas. He was also the first homebuilder in the area to use this proven system for the outside walls of a single family home. Additionally, he built the first ICF homes in Dallas, Plano, Ft.Worth, Mansfield, Terrell, Gunner, Lake Whitney, Rockwall, Oak Point, Flower Mound, and Kerens, Texas. His company then went on to design and build the first two homes that were certified by the US Green Building LEED for Homes program and they were also the first two homes that were certified as Platinum in Dallas.

Alan’s homes have been featured on the Discovery Channel’s “Your New Home” program for several episodes, the Veria Networks’ “Backyard Boomers”.
They have also been featured in North Texas USGBC Tours as well as the National Homebuilders Association’s International homebuilders conference. The Alan Hoffmann Company has also been voted by “D Home Magazine” as one of Dallas’ Best Builders for two years running (2008 and 2009). “D Magazine also featured Alan in their special issue entitled “Dallas Goes Green” and profiled him as one of the “good citizens creating a sustainable city.”

In 2007, Alan was asked to assist in the creation of Dallas’ first Green Building Ordinance. In helping shape this ordinance, he assisted in the creation of comprehensive ordinance that addressed all new building projects in the city. With this ordinance, Dallas became one of the first cities to address all types of structures in the building environment. In 2009, for his efforts and the successes of his company, he received a Special Recognition by the Mayor of Dallas’ Inaugural Environmental Award.

He is a member of the US Green Building Council, the North Texas Chapter of the USGBC, and the Greater Dallas Homebuilders Association.

Alan’s mission is a focused effort to educate and inform the building community of the merits and benefits of building green along with the creation of sustainable communities for his clients.

U.S. Green Building Council Member
U.S. Green Building Council Member

The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation. More...