History of Home Creations
“The program will be our own Club members Jalal and Mohammad Farzaneh, who will talk about how they built their company – Home Creations – into the largest builder of new homes in Oklahoma and also why and how they choose to give back to the communities they serve.”
Since 1981, brothers Jalal and Mohammad Farzaneh have dedicated themselves to building new homes in Oklahoma that offer the latest in amenities, design and location at an unbeatable value. Serving the Oklahoma City metro area, Tulsa metro area and Chickasha, Home Creations has made the dream of homeownership a reality for thousands of Oklahomans.
While Home Creations provides high-quality products across Oklahoma, the company believes in giving back to the communities in which it builds through generous donations to non-profit organizations like United Way, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Rebuilding Together of Cleveland County, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Fraternal Order of Police, Tinker Air Force Base and numerous schools, sports teams and religious groups.
Mohammad and Jalal Farzaneh moved to the United States in 1978 and made Oklahoma their new home. Both Jalal and Mohammad received their bachelor and Master of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma; they serve on the Board of Visitors at the OU College of International Studies. In 1981, the brothers started their homebuilding company Home Creations, now Oklahoma’s largest homebuilding company.
Jalal and Mohammad have a vision to make Oklahoma the premier place for Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies. They started by endowing a chair, a professorship and a Farsi instructorship at the University of Oklahoma, and recently endowed a chair and four professorships at Oklahoma State University. The brothers endowed five annual scholarships for Iranian students at the University of Central Oklahoma. The Farzanehs help many charities including the American Red Cross, American Heart Association, American Cancer Association, Center for Children and Families, Habitat for Humanity and many other organizations. Jalal is a Paul Harris fellow.
Collins Peck is Vice President of Smith & Pickel Construction, having spent 6 years with them.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science from OU, and is a Certified Associate Constructor. Collins has worked on construction projects with the Memorial Road Church of Christ, Okla. Christian University, the Boathouse Foundation, Chesapeake Energy, and the Salvation Army. His current projects include the acquisition of building permits, resolution of all Governmental issues for all prospective, current and complete projects, and marketing /business Development.