Jackson Design & Remodeling Wins Six 2010 CotY Awards
(SAN DIEGO – December 7, 2009) –Jackson Design & Remodeling (JDR), winner of the 2007 BBB Torch Award for Business Ethics, took home six Contractor of the Year (CotY) Awards Saturday night at the annual National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) holiday dinner.
JDR won CotYs in the following categories: Residential Kitchen Over $120,000, Residential Bath $30,000 to $60,000, Residential Bath Over $60,000, Residential Interior Specialty, Entire Home $500,000 to 1,000,000 and Residential Universal Design.
“2009 has been quite a year,” said Todd Jackson, President and CEO of JDR. “These awards represent the hard work of our team, their relentless pursuit of perfection and their tireless commitment to client service. They are amazing professionals and I’m honored to work with them.”
An impartial panel of judges who are experts within the industry and associated fields, selected winners based on each entrant's "before and after" photography and project description. Judging was based on problem solving, functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation, degree of difficulty and entry presentation. Regional CotY Winners will now advance as finalists to the national level.
Serving the San Diego area since 1989, Jackson and his team have served over 1800 clients. The company has won acclaim for its unique design-build process, which guide clients through the planning and implementation of remodeling projects and draws on a team approach to inspire creativity and ensure the entire process is seamless.
Winners were recognized at a luncheon at the Town and Country Resort Hotel in Mission Valley.
Five high school students were also honored for essays they wrote on the importance of ethics and integrity in the community. They were Turner Massey of Cathedral Catholic High School, Matthew Plummer of Grossmont High School, Michael Gaulden of San Diego High School of Business, Logan Gallagher of San Dieguito Academy High School and Nicole Daneshvar of University City High School.
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