Thursday, October 25, 2012

Homeway Homes Builds New Fraternity

When a fraternity at the University of Illinois decided to replace their old house with a new one, they turned to Homeway Homes in Deer Creek, IL. Nabor House alumni helped get the $2,000,000 project off the ground.

The new Nabor House on the U of IL campus
The 40 men in the chapter moved in their new home Oct 1st and the house will be dedicated during Homecoming week on Oct 31st.

Ted Schieler, the son of founder Bob Schieler, told me about this project. Homeway Homes is a family operation that builds good, solid homes and projects within their market area. This is the kind of modular home factory that is the heart and soul of our industry.

The Nabor House project was so well received by the student members that they wrote a blog about it and shot a video for YouTube. Both are included in this article.

CLICK HERE to read the article.

The video shows the first modules being set.


Contact Ted Schieler for additional information or help with your next project or new home.

2 comments:

William Bobbitt said...

Congrats to Brian, Rich & Ted Schieler and the entire Homeway Homes team for this fantastic "build". Your company is the epitome of professionalism.

Mike Wiggins said...

Great People, Great Products, Great Living Spaces. Congratulations Homeway on another job well done.
Mike W.