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2016 Pro Remodeler Design Awards

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2016 Pro Remodeler Design Awards

The past year's best ideas in design, skillfully crafted


By By David Weissman and Erika Taylor August 30, 2016
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This article first appeared in the September 2016 issue of Pro Remodeler.

 

The work of this year’s Professional Remodeler Design Awards winners represents the very best ideas in design. This year's winning entries raise the bar, offering a variety of smart ways to address both the clients’ practical and aesthetic needs, showing exemplary care and craftsmanship in the execution of the work.

The nearly two dozen companies awarded here stand out for their remodeling work in kitchens, baths, basements, exteriors, additions, whole-house remodels, historical renovations, and more, with budgets that run the gamut and locations that include both rural and urban settings. Each winner provides effective and beautiful design solutions to unique challenges.

Winning entries appear in the following categories:

Best Body of Work 

This new category in the Pro Remodeler Design Awards for 2016 honors the sustained design excellence of one company. Congratulations to this year's winner: Craig McMahon Architects, in San Antonio.

Platinum Award Winners

Whole-House Remodel Over $750,000

Residential Interior Over $100,000

Kitchen Over $100,000

Residential Specialty

Finished Basement

Gold Award Winners

Whole-House Remodel Over $750,000

Whole-House Remodel, $300,000 to $750,000*

Whole-House Remodel, $300,000 to $750,000*

Addition Over $150,000

Outdoor Living Over $100,000

Residential Over $100,000

Kitchen Over $100,000

Whole-House Remodel Under $300,000

Outdoor Living Under $100,000

Kitchen $50,000 to $100,000

Bathroom Over $60,000

Kitchen Under $50,000

Detached Outbuilding

Exterior

Bathroom $30,000 to $60,000

Residential Specialty

Finished Basement

Commercial Remodel

Bathroom Under $30,000

* = two winners in this category

 

To see the Silver and Bronze award winners, click here.

 

Thank you to the 2016 Design Awards judges:

Amanda Jones, Lead Project Designer, Hatfield Builders & Remodelers, Plano, Texas

Robi Kirsic, president, TimeLine Renovations, Maspeth, N.Y.

Leslie Malloy, Designer, Normandy Remodeling, Hinsdale, Ill.

Doug Walter, Owner, Doug Walter Architects, Denver


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David Weissman

David Weissman is associate editor for Professional Remodeler


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