Bret Oleksyn, owner of Odd Fellows Contracting, Inc., and current president of the HBA of Greater Lansing has been recognized by Remodeling Magazine as one of the top 50 remodelers in the country. The Big50 awards were presented at a gala dinner at the Remodeling Leadership Conference in Washington, DC on May 10, 2013.
“On behalf of everyone at HBA of Greater Lansing, we would like to commend our long-time member and current president, Bret Oleksyn for his outstanding accomplishment of being recognized as one of Remodeling Magazine’s Big50,” said Cindy Kosloski, CEO of HBA of Greater Lansing. “Bret’s achievements exemplify the kind of exceptional work all members of HBA of Greater Lansing exude.”
Each year since 1986, the Remodeling Big50 inducts 50 owners of remodeling companies that have set exceptionally high standards for professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices, craftsmanship, and impact in their community or the industry at large. Big50 remodelers run successful, often growing, companies of various sizes that have taken the lead in raising industry standards.
“We are very honored to receive this distinction,” says Bret Oleksyn, Owner of Odd Fellows Contracting, Inc. “The award recognizes excellence and leadership, and we are privileged to be named to this select group of remodelers.”
Odd Fellows Contracting is a remodeling company based out of Williamston, Michigan, and has been serving the Greater Lansing Area since 1988. Odd Fellows Contracting is committed to communicating, listening and caring about their clients, ensuring a professional and positive remodeling experience for every homeowner.
HBA of Greater Lansing is a non-profit professional trade association that represents 285 area members including home builders, remodelers, subcontractors and home building service providers throughout midMichigan.
REMODELING, published by Hanley Wood, LLC, is the leading publication in the home improvement industry.
Designed to address the specific concerns of residential remodeling pros, the magazine is both a business tool and an industry leader for a market that reached $278 billion in 2011.