On Site

Pictures from the One Night, One Industry event in Las Vegas and the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association's 2003 Remodelers of the Year Awards ceremony.

February 29, 2004


Patty McDaniel (center) of Boardwalk Builders in Rehoboth Beach, Del., beams after accepting Boardwalk's National Housing Quality Silver Award from Dean Potter, director of quality programs for the NAHB Research Center, and Kimberly Sweet, editor of Professional Remodeler. The NHQ Awards presentation kicked off the One Night, One Industry event at Rain in the Desert at the Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on the Sunday before the International Builders' Show.


Doug Dwyer, president of DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen by Worldwide, accepts Professional Remodeler's Remodeler of the Year Award at One Night, One Industry along with (from left) vice presidents Andy Ross and Lenny Wortham and, from DreamMaker of northern Vermont, franchisee Mike Gervais and business consultant Halle Davis (second from right). PR editor Kim Sweet and John Dybsky (far right), marketing manager for ONOI sponsor James Hardie Building Products, presented the award.

In November, the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association handed out its 2003 Remodelers of the Year Awards at a ceremony at The Center Club in the Legg Mason Building in Baltimore. Awards were given in 11 categories. Left: Paul Arnold (left) and Jim Molinelli of Ardo Contracting in Columbia display their MICA Remodelers of the Year Awards in the Residential Interior over $40,000 and Residential Exterior over $50,000 categories. Right: (left to right) Mike Meushaw, John T. Heagy, Wayne Orem and Jim Rafferty of Welsh Construction in Baltimore accepted Remodelers of the Year Awards in three categories: Residential Kitchen under $50,000, Residential Bath under $40,000 and Residential Specialty.

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