Fort Lauderdale, FL – Zachary Rose, owner of Rose Architecture + Construction and a local licensed Architect and General Contractor, is pleased to announce his designation as a Veteran Affairs (VA) Builder. This designation is a breakthrough for his design-build architecture firm, which will now be able to work on VA-funded projects.
The VA Builder program matches veterans with qualified architects, contractors, and developers to help build dream homes for this deserving community. Similar to normal homebuilding, these homes can be tailored to fit the unique needs of the homeowner. However, the VA Builder program holds its builders to a higher standard by requiring special inspectors during the entire construction process to ensure perfect execution.
Only construction firms with VA Builder status can work on VA-funded projects. This means the VA Builder program is limited to the firms that decide to pursue the status. Now, local veterans can add Rose Architecture and Construction to their options of qualified builders to create their perfect home.
“The Veteran Affairs (VA) Builder status has allowed us to give back to a community that already gives us so much,” said Rose. “We are honored to design and build homes for our veterans.”
About Rose Architecture and Construction
Rose Architecture and Construction is South Florida’s premier Fort Lauderdale architect and interior design firm. Founded in 2012 by Zachary Rose, they have worked on numerous projects including commercial, residential, and industrial spaces. They take pride in clean, functional spaces and are passionately committed to design perfection, innovation, and sustainability. As the firm’s driving force, Mr. Rose is a licensed Fort Lauderdale Architect in the State of Florida (lic. # AR96067), licensed General Contractor (lic. # CGC1526625), an accredited LEED AP, and a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).
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