Modern Home Builder - Winter 2016 - Volume 2 - 70
" To succeed for 50 years, you have to invest in the product you offer, invest in
your company and invest in your community. " RANDY DEMING, CEO
A builder's model is a showcase. Don't compromise on style or materials used.
Campbell Homes has established a quality
reputation in Colorado Springs by exceeding
clients' expectations. BY JANICE HOPPE
www.campbellhomes.com / Revenue: $27 million /
Headquarters: Colorado Springs, Colo. /
Employees: 23/ Specialty: Production homebuilder
www.mhb-magazine.com Winter 2016 Volume 2
amp ell omes cele rates fi e eca es of s ccess as a production homebuilder because of its unwavering commitment to
quality and providing an extraordinary experience for all involved.
"We did not just survive through the recession - we thrived," CEO
Randy Deming says. "To succeed for 50 years, you have to invest
in the product you offer, invest in your company, invest in your
community, and invest in your industry and we do that."
Jon Campbell founded the Colorado Springs, Colo.-based company in 1965 and Campbell Homes is the oldest locally owned
home builder in El Paso County. The company specializes in the
move-up homebuyer who is looking for an affordable option to
personalize their homes for a semi-custom feel.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015, Deming believes that
Campbell Homes' longevity is a result of providing extraordinary
experiences. "One of the things we saw during the recession was
our competitors getting out of the industry or compromising the
quality of the product they were building in order to compete," he