MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Miller & Smith, an award-winning homebuilder and real estate development company, is proud to announce it was named "Corporate Partner of the Year" by Community Services for Autistic Adults & Children (CSAAC). The award, presented at CSAAC's 7th Annual Honors Gala on November 9th, recognized Miller & Smith's work renovating one of CSAAC's group homes.
Over the last year, Miller & Smith through their involvement with Homebuilders Care Foundation of the Maryland National Capital Region, renovated the Gaithersburg townhouse that now houses three adults with autism. The renovation included adding a third bedroom and bathroom, upgrading the kitchen and bathrooms, replacing the deck, replacing carpeting, and making other improvements to enhance the functionality of the home.
Founded in 1979 through the vision of four families in Montgomery County, CSAAC's mission is "to enable individuals with autism to reach their highest potential and contribute as confident members of their community." Today, CSAAC is the nation's largest provider of services to individuals with autism.
"Miller and Smith is proud to support Homebuilders Care and is committed to serving the communities where we build homes," said Doug Smith, President of Miller & Smith. "We are immensely proud to lend our services and to be a part of the important work done by CSAAC."
About Miller & Smith:
Founded in 1964, Miller & Smith is a privately owned builder and developer who is active in both residential and commercial real estate and has earned a reputation for creating innovative and imaginative homes and communities. One of the largest private homebuilders in the Washington, DC metropolitan region, Miller & Smith has built more than 5,400 single family homes, 8,800 townhomes, and 2,125 condominiums and developed 12,700 home sites in 92 communities throughout Maryland, Virginia and Delaware and is headquartered in McLean, Virginia. For more information about Miller & Smith, visit www.millerandsmith.com or call (703) 725-2500.
About Homebuilder Care Foundation:
HBCF was established in 1984 as Operation Tom Sawyer as the charitable arm of the Suburban Maryland Building Industry Association. Their founder believed that homebuilders have a responsibility to serve the needs of growing communities and families and make every home a part of that community. Everyone deserves the dignity of a home. Since their inception, HBCF has made significant in-kind contributions of more than $10,000,000 worth of materials and labor to projects assisting the homeless and others at risk in the communities we serve. The total value of their projects is estimated to be more than double that amount.
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