DOYLESTOWN, PA – Superior Woodcraft Inc. announced its selection as a local and regional winner in the National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s (NARI) 2009 Contractor of the Year competition.
Superior Woodcraft achieved first-place standing — locally and regionally — in the category of Residential Interior Under $100,000 (Steve Mumford, designer) and first place locally in the Residential Kitchen $30,000 — $60,000 category (Ellyn Barr, CKD, designer). The company also achieved a Meritorious Award (local) for Residential Interior Over $100,000 (Steve Mumford, designer). Regional judging took place at NARI’s headquarters in Des Plaines, IL, and local awards were announced on January 23 at the Sellersville Theater in Sellersville, PA. Judging was based on problem solving, functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation, and degree of difficulty. Superior’s regional first-place win for a sustainable library design and installation (Residential Interior Under $100,000) qualifies the company to move on to NARI’s national competition. Awards will be announced March 28 in Atlanta.
“We are delighted with the awards,” said Michelle Geiger Kennedy, company president and daughter of Superior Woodcraft Inc. founder, Karl Geiger. “Our thanks and congratulations go to everyone involved in the winning projects, especially designers Steve Mumford and Ellyn Barr, CKD. Producing fine custom cabinetry requires master craftsmanship, commitment to quality, creativity and versatility. I’m proud to lead a company where these qualities are recognized and rewarded by such an outstanding organization like NARI.”
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