National Association of the Remodeling Industry Contractor of the Year Awards 2002

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Judges:
Sarah Gleim, Atlanta Home Improvement magazine
David Fowler, Architect
Lisa Mowry, Better Homes & Gardens magazine
Alyse Harral, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine
Dave Baker, WSB Radio
Chris Sherry, Professor/Architect

Each year, the Atlanta Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) recognizes members who have guided outstanding remodeling projects to a successful completion. The 2002 Contractor of the Year (or ??CotY??) awards were given in 16 different groupings, including residential kitchens, baths, interiors, exteriors, additions, universal design, specialty and entire house.

The awards also honored several members for their contributions to NARI. Peter Bourget, of Bourget Innovations, was honored with the President??s Award, while Rich Sokolowski, of RLS Construction, was named Outstanding Member of the Year. Tad Provence, of the The Floor Gallery, received honors as Supplier of the Year, and Sally Coulter and First Colony Bank were recognized as Special Service Contractor of the Year. Finally, Jesse Morado, of Home Rebuilders Inc., was honored with the Jerry McDaniel award for his teaching contributions.

Residential Kitchen
$15,000 to $30,000

Winner: HammerSmith

The clients of this project wanted to renovate their kitchen on a shoestring budget. In order to achieve their dreams, they hired the design team at HammerSmith to get creative. They made the salvaged stove the centerpiece of the space, and set it off in a white tiled niche. ??The oversized white tile is a dramatic and cost-effective way to add an historic flair to this American Four-Square home,?? says Warner McConaughey. Two types of counter surfaces, stainless-steel appliances, deep cherry shaker cabinets and heart-pine floors finish off the look.

Residential Kitchen
$30,000 to $60,000

Winner: Magnet Construction

The clients of this project wanted to renovate their kitchen on a shoestring budget. In order to achieve their dreams, they hired the design team at HammerSmith to get creative. They made the salvaged stove the centerpiece of the space, and set it off in a white tiled niche. ??The oversized white tile is a dramatic and cost-effective way to add an historic flair to this American Four-Square home,?? says Warner McConaughey. Two types of counter surfaces, stainless-steel appliances, deep cherry shaker cabinets and heart-pine floors finish off the look.

Residential Kitchen
$60,000 and over

Winner: HammerSmith

The clients of this project wanted to renovate their kitchen on a shoestring budget. In order to achieve their dreams, they hired the design team at HammerSmith to get creative. They made the salvaged stove the centerpiece of the space, and set it off in a white tiled niche. ??The oversized white tile is a dramatic and cost-effective way to add an historic flair to this American Four-Square home,?? says Warner McConaughey. Two types of counter surfaces, stainless-steel appliances, deep cherry shaker cabinets and heart-pine floors finish off the look.

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