Tahoe-Truckee contractor group announces annual award winners
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe recently announced the winners of the 2014 Annual Awards Competition.
The award winners were nominated by fellow members for superior craftsmanship, excellent customer service, innovative design, devotion to CATT and community, or other outstanding characteristics.
Fifteen nominations were made in five “project” categories, and a three-person panel of independent judges from Reno and the Sacramento area selected the project winners.
Thirty-three nominations were made in six “individual achievement” categories, and those winners were chosen by CATT members.
The CATT 2014 awards program was sponsored by Clark+Kensington (paint+primer in one), available exclusively at Ace Hardware stores.
Questions about the competition, projects, or nominees should be sent to Pat Davison, CATT Executive Director, 530-550-9999, or email@example.com.
Best Use of Technology Project of the Year: Incline Lift, Sierra Integrated Systems
Sustainable Building Methods Project of the Year: Russell Valley, Lake Tahoe Designs and Alpenglow General Engineering
Commercial Project of the Year: The Painted Vine, Lake Tahoe Designs
Residential Remodel Project of the Year: East River, Bender Engineering & Construction
Residential Project of the Year: Thunderbird, Gallagher Construction
INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT WINNERS:
New Member of the Year: Stephanie Stewart, Stephanie Stewart’s Bookkeeping
Volunteer of the Year: Mitch Clarin, Mitchell T. Clarin
Professional of the Year: Debbie Costa, Spirit Tahoe Interior Design
Supplier/Vendor of the Year: Ted Reviglio, Western Nevada Supply
Sub-Contractor of the Year (Tie): Greg Haugen, Martis Valley Mechanical; and Matt and Ami Vannoy, Nor-Cal Floor Design
Builder of the Year: Matt Heslin, Heslin Construction
This article was submitted to the sun by CATT. Visit ca-tt.com to learn more.
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