Builder Certifications

Advanced Education & Building Industry Certifications

As builders we are proud to build to a number of industry leading standards. These standards ensure that your project is not only beautiful but comfortable, energy efficient, and durable - resulting in the greatest value in your investment. At Broderick Dean, we do not stop with industry standards, we believe it is with advanced education that our Team is able to elevate industry standards, and offer our clients services that exceed all expectations.

green builder

The Broderick Dean Team wears Green all year round with its awarded Green Builder Badge by the United States Green Builder Council.

What is a Green Builder?

Green builders specialize in the use of materials and technologies that ensure a well-built structure with a reduced impact on the environment.

What are the components of a green building?

·       Life cycle assessment.

·       Siting and structure design efficiency.

·       Energy efficiency.

·       Water efficiency.

·       Materials efficiency.

·       Indoor environmental quality enhancement.

·       Operations and maintenance optimization.

·       Waste reduction.

More About Our Green Builder Badge

Looking for more environmentally friendly material for your home?

You can find options for tile, carpet, hardwood and laminate that will keep your space free from as many toxins as possible. ⁠⁠

Make sure you’re using toxin-free adhesives and a dustless install method to ensure your project doesn’t add unnecessary toxins to your space.⁠⁠ Contact us for other Green Build selection ideas.

Hardwood: Unfinished Hardwood

Laminate: CaliBamboo, Geowood

Tile: Stone, Concrete

Natural Carpet: Earth Weave

Synthetic Carpet: SmartStrand

Organic Rugs: Hook & Loom Organic Cotton

So, why are we the right choice for your kitchen and bath renovations?

As a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association with a Floor Plans and Specifications Specialist Badge, we have a focused overview of the industry standards, usage, and variations for kitchen and bathroom floor plans and specifications. This designation reviews industry standards, usage, and variations of current kitchen and bathroom floor plans and specifications. The Floor Plan and Specifications Badge further highlights standardized symbols, elements, and the necessary components found on floor plan drawings, and how computer applications are used to create them. Emphasis is also placed on how and when to use different measuring tools in order to generate an accurate plan. Some Kitchen spaces just feel good, and you can't put your finger on why.

Chances are, it's because everything is where it should be: Handles are easy to reach, drawers open unobstructed, there's light where you need it.

The key is knowing the right numbers.

Some examples of Specfification standards

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building standards diagram
building standards diagram
building standards diagram
age in place

Now more than ever, families are opening their homes to their elderly relatives or needing to assist with renovations to their aging family member’s existing home.

Changes in the structure of an existing home requires a fresh look at the architecture and design, as well as a knowledge of aging in place specifications for safety, mobility and more.

Broderick Dean Construction was awarded the CAPS Certification by the National Association of Home Builders.

Learn more about our aging-in-place renovations here.

Here are just a few of the universal design modifications available:

Slate tile bathroom after remodel

Grab bars that double as towel racks

Pull out drawers

Levered faucets

Exterior on interior lift/elevator

Slip Resistant flooring

Motion activated walkway lights