Ryder Homes recognized for community service and architectural excellence at BANN Awards


Reno, Nev. – At the 21st annual Builders Association of Northern Nevada (BANN) awards, Ryder Homes was recognized for their excellence in architectural design, leadership on the BANN board of directors and community service for their volunteer contributions to local nonprofit STEP2.

Ryder Homes won the Best “On the Boards Product” award for the architectural design, creative use of space, functionality and relationship to market for The Point at Somersett. The new 64-unit community is part of the Master Plan in Somersett. They also won the “Best Interior Design” award for their work on the clubhouse at the Village South Apartments.

General manager of Ryder Homes, Steve Thomsen, was also recognized for serving as the 2017 BANN president. “I feel incredibly honored to represent Ryder Homes and to be recognized with such high regards in this industry,” said Thomsen about the company’s latest accomplishments. “It’s an amazing feeling to be able to make strides to improve our community.”

Lastly, they were recognized for their work with STEP2, a treatment program for women and their children suffering from addiction, poverty and domestic violence. Ryder Homes renovated a cottage on the STEP2 campus, providing a safe place for these women and their families to live.

For more information about Ryder Homes, please visit www.ryderhomes.com.