Awards and Recognition

Mathison Custom Builders is recognized for our quality work as well as our commitment to the community.

 

Summit County Builders Association

Mathison Custom Builders has been a member since 2008. The SCBA is a non-profit organization that is committed to providing continued education and a forum for networking for their members as well as promoting sound environmental building practices and community planning.

 

 

New American Luxury Magazine

Two-page spread in the November/December 2011 issue featuring the home built on Klack Road in Breckenridge.

 

 

 

Energy Star Homes

ENERGY STAR is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency. Mathison Custom Builders is proud to utilize Energy Star appliances and materials which help save the environment and homeowner's money. See for example the house on Pine Circle.

 

 

 

Parade of Homes

Each year, the Summit County Builders Association invites the community to tour newly built homes in the area through the Parade of Homes. Our homes have been in this prestigious event for several years, and our work has been recognized with several awards.

2007

Award of Merit: Builder Concept

Award of Merit: Interior Design & Finishes

Award of Excellence: Best Kitchen

Award of Excellence: Best Landscaping

Silverthorne (Tony’s House)

 

2009

Grand Award: Interior Design & Finishes

Klack Rd.

 

2016

Best Master Bedroom and Bathroom Suite

Best Builder Concept and Craftsmanship

 

 

 

Cargo of Dreams

We are proud to be involved in the Cargo of Dreams project, through which Summit County residents help needy communities around the world set up schools and medical clinics by sending shipping containers full of supplies and building materials. The shipping container itself, once unloaded, serves as the main structure of a classroom or clinic. The community which the container is destined for provides a concrete foundation, walls and labor for the roof. You can learn more about the Cargo of Dreams project here and read the article published by the Summit Daily here.