Nolan Fridley Receives 2023 Builder of the Year Award
Congratulations to Nolan Fridley of Fridley Custom Homes, named the 2023 Builder of the Year by the Home Builders Association of Marion & Polk Counties at the annual Holiday & Installation Banquet at the Salem Convention Center in mid-December. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding craftsmanship and individuals who leave a lasting impact on the association, the home building industry, and the greater community.
Nolan Fridley’s extensive involvement with the HBA and his unwavering dedication to its values have made him a standout figure in the industry. His contributions have not only benefited the association but have also reached far beyond, touching numerous lives locally and globally.
Nolan’s company has set an excellent standard for philanthropy, actively supporting various local, national, and international charities, including the Hope Pregnancy Clinic, International Justice Mission, and O.U.R. Rescue. Their financial contributions have made a significant difference in the lives of those in need, while their online platforms have been used to spearhead fundraising campaigns for hurricane relief efforts and rebuild homes affected by natural disasters.
However, Nolan’s commitment to service extends beyond financial contributions. He serves on the fiscal committee for Capital Christian School, Sunshine Daycare, and First Baptist Church, demonstrating a dedication to education and community welfare. Nolan has also led a team of young adults in building homes for Habitat for Humanity, contributing to the provision of safe and stable housing for local families.
In addition to his philanthropic efforts, Nolan has coached youth football and basketball teams for ten years, instilling crucial values like teamwork, discipline, and perseverance in local youth.
Nolan Fridley’s embodiment of the Builder of the Year award’s spirit is evident through his remarkable contributions to the industry, his unwavering commitment to philanthropy, and his significant impact on the community.