The Lee Building Industry Association (Lee BIA) held its annual Industry Awards on November 3 at the Southwest Florida Event Center to recognize members for industry excellence.
Industry Awards winners are recognized with Pinnacle and Summit Awards that celebrate excellence in the Lee County Building Industry, both residential and commercial.
The Pinnacle Awards were created by the Lee BIA Sales & Marketing Council in 1990 to pay tribute to its members for outstanding residential design, new home sales and marketing. The Summit Awards were created by the Lee BIA Commercial Contractors Council in 2006 to recognize its members for excellence in commercial building, planning and design.
The Pinnacle Grand Award for Residential Developer of the Year was awarded to Miromar Development and the Summit Grand Award for Commercial Contractor of the Year was a tie, awarded to GCG Construction and Stevens Construction.
Other winners include: Holiday Builders, Norris Furniture & Interiors, Royal Shell Real Estate, Miromar Development Corp., Beattie Development Corp., Clive Daniel Home, Stock Development, Robb & Stucky, Vogue Interiors, Waterside Interiors, Collins & DuPont, PulteGroup, Aubuchon Homes, Harbourside Custom Homes, PDS Architecture, Advance Solar & Energy, Frank R. Jenkins Custom Homes, D.R. Horton, Barraco and Associates Inc., Kuhlman Concrete, DEC Contracting Group, Envirostruct, GCG Construction, Wright Construction Group, Gulfpoint Construction Company, Chris-Tel Construction, Castellanos + Tramonte Architects, GMA Architects & Planners, Studio A.D., Wegman Design Group Inc. and Juniper Landscaping.
The event was sponsored by Stock Development, The Real Connection Marketing Group, All About Closets, Inc., The News-Press, Cambria, Juniper Landscaping, Vogue Interiors, Beattie Development Corp., Wegman Design Group, Norris Furniture & Interiors, D.R. Horton, Harbourside Custom Homes, Kuhlman Concrete, D&D Garage Doors, London Bay Homes, Homes by John C. Fowke and Studio A.D.
“We look forward to this event every year as it allows us to recognize and celebrate the hard work and creativity of our members,” said Phillip Ford, executive vice president of the Lee BIA. “Our members work day in and day out building the community we all live and work in.”