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In case of ties builders are ranked by number of units sold (closed) in 2015. Information was provided by individual homebuilders that responded to an email survey and constructed units in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties in 2015. Ranked by total number of units built in 2015.

2016 Rank Company
1  Conifer-LeChase Construction
2  Riedman Cos. / @home Builders LLC
3  Gerber Homes & Additions
4  New Energy Works Timberframers
5  Redstone Builders Inc./Brannon Homes
6  Woodstone Custom Homes Inc.
7  Aristo Development Inc.
8  Tra-Mac Builders Inc.
9  Antonelli Construction LLC
10  Mark IV Enterprises Inc.
11  Danrich Homes Inc.
12  Metro Legacy Homes LLC
13  Viola Homes Inc.

Data from The List and the Book of Lists is available for purchase as an Excel download at the RBJ List Center (https://rbj.net/lists-center). A PDF reprint of The List can be purchased by contacting our Circulation Department at 585-546-8303 or email [email protected].

 

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