WASHINGTON — The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is taking on a fresh look as it rolls out a new branding strategy adopted by its Board of Directors last January, with a new logo that will gradually replace it’s previous eagle logo.

“The implementation of our new branding strategy and logo marks the culmination of more than two years of work with our consultant FutureBrand,” said NAHB Chairman Joe Robson, a homebuilder from Tulsa, OK. “While our faithful eagle logo that we have used for the past four decades will remain an important part of NAHB’s culture and history, we are excited to usher in this new and brighter look that will represent our association and all of our members going forward.”

Over the coming months, NAHB will be gradually implementing its new logo through cooperative efforts with its 800-plus affiliated Home Builder Associations across the country.

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