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Martis Camp wins three prestigious national awards

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Martis Camp won highest honors and is recognized for its focus on providing opportunities for architecture, recreation, community gathering and celebration of nature at the 47th annual Pacific Coast Builders Conference Gold Nugget Awards luncheon this summer.

Martis Camp was honored as the only property this year to win three Grand Awards: Best Residential Community of the Year, Best Private Recreational Facility for the Family Barn design and Best Site Plan of the Year. Martis Camp was also recognized with a Merit Award for its Family Barn Cabins.

The oldest and largest program of its kind, PCBC Gold Nuggets honor creative achievements in architectural design and land use planning for residential, commercial and industrial projects throughout 14 western states and international countries. Grand Award winners emerged from the Award of Merit honorees in each category. A panel of six industry professionals from across the country reviewed 440 entries in 47 categories.



and#8220;From the very beginning, the entire development, architecture and construction team shared such passion for our project, and now after superb execution we have an amazing community to show for it with an overwhelmingly positive response from the marketplace,and#8221; said Mark Johnson, general manager of Martis Camp. and#8220;We are grateful for the PCBC Gold Nugget awards. What a tremendous accomplishment and well-deserved recognition for the entire Martis Camp team who won more Grand Awards this year than any other project.and#8221;

The team includes: John Sather, partner at Swaback Partners, Architects. This brings the total of number of Grand Gold Nugget Awards to 19 for Swaback Partners, including one International Award of Merit and one Judges Special Award of Excellence. John Hayhoe, Hayhoe Construction, contractor of the Family Barn, Gatehouse and Camp Lodge; Jim Morrison, Jim Morrison Construction, contractor of the Family Barn Cabins; Ron Todd, consulting architect and land planner with the developer of Martis Camp, DBM/Highlands Group, LLC.



and#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com


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