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Building Industry Association honors members at award ceremony

The Columbian
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VAN MALL — The Building Industry Association of Clark County recognized nine member companies in the month of August with building excellence awards at An Evening of Excellence presented by Contract Furnishings Mart hosted at Heathman Lodge.

Entries for the Building Excellence Awards are judged on quality craftsmanship, unique design features, company safety record, usage of BIA subcontractors and suppliers and completion of project on time and on budget.

“It is an honor for our organization to present these awards, highlighting local businesses who enhance our surrounding community with their expertise,” said Aaron Helmes, BIA’s President, “I’d encourage each of you to call upon our members for your construction, remodeling, interior design and landscaping needs.”

Building Excellence Awards are as follows:

New Home – NGBS Certified, Urban NW Homes. Universal Design, Design Doctors. Residential Landscaping $50K to $100K, GRO. Residential Landscaping $100K to $200K, GRO. Residential Interior Design, Soaring Eagle Homes. Multi-Family New Construction, Ginn Group LLC. New Home Under $500K, Ginn Group LLC. New Home $500K to $750K, RG Construction Services LLC. New Home $1 Million to $1.5 Million, Affinity Homes LLC. New Home $1.5 Million to $2 Million, Affinity Homes LLC. New Home Over $2 Million, Soaring Eagle Homes. Residential Remodel Under $50K, Design Doctors Construction. Residential Remodel $50K to $100K, Design Doctors Construction. Residential Remodel $100K to $200K, Mountainwood Homes. Residential Remodel $200K to $500K, Renew Creations. Residential Remodel $500K to $750K, Design Doctors Construction. Residential Remodel $750K to $1 Million, Mountainwood Homes. Residential Remodel $1 Million and Above, ReNew Creations.

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