The MCBC is proud to announce Kim Goehring from Goehring & Morgan Construction as their Custom Homebuilder Member of the Year for 2017.
As the Central Florida housing market continues to flourish, one company is consistently recognized for its quality workmanship and business integrity. Goehring & Morgan Construction has teamed for over 35 years to build stately, custom homes throughout the area.
The company’s reputation and leadership has been affirmed by numerous regional and national awards including:
• Builder of the Year by the Master Custom Builder Council 1999, 2010 & 2017
• Builder of the Year by the Home Builder’s Association of Metro Orlando
• Best of Show 1999 Street of Dreams
• Parade of Homes category award winner
• Inducted into the Greater Orlando Builder Association Hall of Fame in 2017
• Chosen to build the nationally recognized New American Home
• And many more….
Kim Goehring was an active member of and past President of the prestigious Master Custom Builder Council and the HBA of Central Florida (now GOBA). He was also selected as “Builder of the Year” in 1998 for the MCBC and the HBA. Goehring and Morgan have also been very active in community service including building villas at Give Kids the World, the village for children who have life-threatening diseases in Central Florida, and helping to build the Monster House in Sanford for a returning wounded war veteran as well as many other MCBC charitable projects over the years.
According to MCBC Executive Director Pam Davis,“We were so honored to have Kim as a member and hope to continue his generosity within our community. In honor of Kim Goehring, we have renamed our ‘MCBC Builder of the Year’ award to the ‘Kim Goehring MCBC Builder of the Year’ award. For it was Kim that set the standard of how an MCBC member should conduct themselves, so what better way to honor him than to name our most prestigious award for him? A great hole has been left in our group that cannot be filled. He was a shoulder to lean on, not only for newer builders just getting started but for the established builders too.”