Spring 2021 Building Insight Special Edition

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A message from BIAW Remodelers Council Chair Andy Hines Each year, BIAW holds its annual Excellence in Remodeling Award competition designed to recognize the state’s best remodeling and design work. The competition is open to all members of BIAW. In the 2020 EIR competition, BIAW members from across the state submitted 32 entries in 19 different categories. Once submitted, projects are presented before a panel of industry experts from his or her various field of expertise.

Judging criteria are based on aesthetics, special or unique design solutions, quality of craftsmanship, appropriate building materials, budgetary consideration, and challenges or obstacles the project’s design requirements face. I am proud to announce 19 projects were honored as winners of the 2020 EIR competition. With their outstanding craftsmanship and attention to detail, these projects qualify as Excellence In Remodeling Award winners. Again, congratulations to all the 2020 Excellence in Remodeling Award winners. ­ —Andy Hines 2020 BIAW Remodelers Council Chair Hines Homes, Sequim

Judging Criteria Projects were judged by a panel of industry experts from various fields of expertise. Entries were judged in accordance with the following criteria: n Aesthetics n Special or unique design solutions n Quality workmanship n Use of appropriate building materials n Budgetary consideration n Challenges and/or obstacles

If you have any questions regarding the Excellence in Remodeling Awards, please contact BIAW Remodelers Council liaison Hillary Vanatta at (360) 352-7800 ext. 106 or hillaryv@biaw.com or Brenda Kwieciak at (360) 352-7800 ext. 113 or brendak@biaw.com.

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“Sweet Master Bathroom Addition” by Irons Brothers Construction. See p. 9 for details.


Table of contents

WHO WE ARE The Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) is one of the largest and most influential organizations fighting for the rights of residential builders in Washington state

BIAW STAFF Executive Vice President Greg Lane Education and Workforce Development Director Al Audette Communications Director Janelle Guthrie Government Affairs Director Jan Himebaugh Finance and Human Resources Director Pam Hines ROII Director Jenn Kavanaugh Association Services Director Brenda Kwieciak General Counsel Jackson Maynard

B U IL DI NG INSI G H T ED I TO R I AL S TA F F Communication Director Janelle Guthrie Communications Manager Bailee Wicks Layout and Design Lena Anderson

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On the cover: “Kitchen With Personality” by R4 Construction. See p. 5 for details.

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Kitchen Projects

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Bath Projects

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Addition Project

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Entire House Projects

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Universal Design Project

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Basement/Accessory Dwelling Unit Project

Under $45,000 $45,001-$75,000 $75,001-$140,000 Over $140,000

$35,001-$60,000 Over $80,001

Over $250,001

Under $200,000 $200,001-$400,000 $400,001-$600,000 Over $600,001

Over $80,001

Under $125,000

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Get Away Room Project

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Interior Design Project

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Historic Project

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Commercial Projects

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Open Project

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Nominees

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Residential

Restoration

Under $350,000 $350,001-$750,000

Under $125,000

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Kitchen: Under $45,000

Cottage Kitchen Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

VanderBeken Remodel, Marysville Ron VanderBeken, CAPS

Project Designer:

Jennifer VanderBeken, CAPS

Total square footage:

160 s/f

Cost of Project:

$35,742

The homeowners of this 1949 bungalow were desperate to reform the dreary space into a modern farmhouse kitchen. Rustic alder cabinets, luxury vinyl plank flooring, classic white subway tile and a gorgeous slab of Bahama White granite all made way for a fresh and visually delightful kitchen. With limited storage space, the VanderBeken team got creative, maximizing under-utilized space, including pull-out cabinet shelves. Replacing the flooring of the entire main floor living areas, including the kitchen, dining room, laundry room and living room, created a visual flow and cohesive look. While this small kitchen’s footprint didn’t change, the look and function of this space is an absolute triumph. The homeowners are thrilled with the substantial increase in the value of their home. Before

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Kitchen: $45,001-$75,000

Kitchen With Personality Local Association:

MBA of Pierce County

Company:

R4 Construction, Tacoma Steven Rork

Project Designer:

Dawn Fast

Total square footage:

238 s/f

Cost of Project:

$74,988

The R4 Construction team helped North Tacoma homeowners create a kitchen and overall home layout that better suited their growing family’s lifestyle and needs. They not only removed old countertops and vinyl flooring, but they also transformed this kitchen into a bright new hub of the household with a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors. The new open space allows the family to enjoy both the kitchen and patio area to the fullest.

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Kitchen: $75,001-$140,000

Bora Bora Blue Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Sockeye Homes, Kent Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGB, CGR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Kristin Sakai

Total square footage:

250 s/f

Cost of Project:

$114,191

These homeowners loved their lake views, but a load-bearing wall obscured the view from their kitchen. Sockeye Homes remedied this situation revealing a spectacular view. They moved the refrigerator and stove to create a more functional space and added a new display area for wine, glasses and dinnerware. Finally, they added a beautiful Bora Bora blue tile and Arezzo countertop to bring the lake’s beauty into their home.

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Kitchen: Over $140,000

Ethridge Kitchen Remodel Local Association:

MBA of Pierce County

Company:

Phase II General Contractor, Inc., Lakewood Rick Hjelm, CGR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Tara Waits

Total square footage:

960 s/f

Cost of Project:

$550,000

This remodel helped restore a 1938 home with a 1980s kitchen back to its original era. Phase II opened up the space, adding a new mudroom, two islands to the kitchen and a family room. With features such as custom cabinets, counters, hardware, tile mural and leaded-glass art, as well as a 7’ x 13’ custom atrium skylight perched over a period-style fireplace and mantle, this space is back in the right era.

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Bath: $35,001-$60,000

Deegan Property Local Association:

Spokane Home Builders Association

Company:

Untamed Construction, Spokane Nick Scheel, CGR

Project Designer:

Melissa Helvey

Total square footage:

112 s/f

Cost of Project:

$57,050

This beautiful brick South Hill home’s master bathroom was lackluster and sub-quality, leaving the homeowner feeling stressed out and unappreciated. She requested a spa-like bathroom—elegant yet simple. Maintaining counter space and storage was a priority, but the homeowner also wanted a larger shower to include dual showerheads and a built-in bench. Although freestanding tubs are in vogue, she appreciated an under-mount soaking tub with room on both sides to place books, candles and a glass of wine while enjoying a relaxing soak. Thoughtful changes to the existing layout allowed Untamed Construction to exceed the homeowner’s expectations without drastically altering the footprint. The team reconfigured the small corner shower into a spacious shower with a built-in bench and dual shower head. They then transformed the oversized corner tub deck into a tailored under-mount tub with ample room to relax.

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Bath: Over $80,001

Sweet Master Bathroom Addition Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Irons Brothers Construction, Inc., Shoreline Melissa, CAPS, CGP, CGR and Joseph Irons, CAPS, CGP, CGR, GMB, GMR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Albee Interior Design

Total square footage:

256 s/f

Cost of Project:

$172,555

With two young boys, the homeowners wanted to be close to their children while also having a private retreat to themselves. Irons Brothers added a master suite using creative reconfiguration of existing space. The remodeling team built an addition to the homes’ rear using the family’s existing laundry room and expanding into their outside corner covered patio. They filled the bathroom retreat space with luxurious elements to combine modern-day comfort with 1955 architecture, including a curbless, walk-in shower with a wide doorway for accessibility. Oversized white tiles surround the large shower niche, while marine blue dimensional gloss tiles create a vanity statement. The rich walnut custom cabinets with white quartz countertops and silvery-gray plank flooring are durable and timeless. A clerestory window at the top of the shower and a large skylight maximizes natural light use.

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Addition: Over $250,001

Industrial Makeover and Addition in Ballard Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Pathway Design & Construction, Seattle Paul Kocharhook, CAPS, CGP, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Grace Huang

Total square footage:

370 s/f

Cost of Project:

$400,000

This 370 s/f, light-filled addition includes an additional bedroom, a flex space for the children, an expanded kitchen and a dining room. The larger windows bring natural light into the previously dark interiors. A Solatube lights up a windowless bathroom and laundry room. The previously flat roof was prone to leaks and didn’t allow for much insulation. A new pitched roof with blown-in, R-56+ insulation incorporates storage cubbies between the trusses and sleeping lofts tucked into the roof, making the small bedrooms extra spacious. Cozy and efficient radiant ceiling panels and cove heaters replace the original 1970s radiant heating system. New energy-efficient Navien condensing tankless water heaters, mounted on the exterior, save precious interior space. Panasonic exhaust fans and ventilators improve the overall air quality in the home and nontoxic materials and finishes, like hickory flooring and Beetle-Kill Blue Pine countertops, were used throughout. A 130 s/f common storage room addition replaces the garage. The covered area with a glass awning in front of the addition doubles as a two-car carport and a front porch and play space. The team selected metal roofing and siding for durability and low maintenance and a more industrial character.

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Entire House: Under $200,000

Howard Avenue Remodel Local Association:

Central Washington Home Builders Association

Company:

Copper Hills Construction, LLC, Yakima Jared Jones, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Kate Loeb

Total square footage:

1,546 s/f

Cost of Project:

$178,000

Originally built in 1968, this single-level rambler with a full basement was ready for an update. Copper Hills Construction worked closely with project designer Kate Loeb of Traditional Designs to develop a plan that would increase both form and function of the home. They relocated the entry from off to the side of the front of the home to the center. This gave them a large future master walk-in closet and reset the focal point of the house.

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From there, Copper Hills removed a non-load-bearing wall next to the basement stairs to let light in and open up the room. They removed the old kitchen and relocated it to an adjoining secondary family room. This allowed ample room for a functional kitchen as well as a large pantry. With all of these changes on the inside, they repaired and infilled the exterior siding in updated areas. They were also able to repurpose the original entry porch, turning it into a lawn and garden storage shed that blends into the exterior, going completely unnoticed.

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Entire House: $200,001-$400,000

From Outdated Cottage to Dream Home Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Sockeye Homes, Kent Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGB, CGR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Candice Nordquist

Total square footage:

848 s/f

Cost of Project:

$233,653

The homeowners of this outdated lake cottage hoped to transform the 848 s/f main level space into a spacious dream waterfront home without adding any square footage. The solution: 1) remove the interior walls; 2) vault the ceiling and create an open floorplan for the main living/dining/ kitchen spaces; and 3) remove walls and an extra bedroom to create a true master bathroom. A large beam, spanning the length of the kitchen/dining/living room space, allowed for the structural changes, so the lake view was visible from the kitchen, dining and living room spaces. The main floor‚ original house design had a master bedroom, an extra bedroom and a very small master bathroom. Since extra bedrooms/bathrooms are in the lower level, the Sockeye team was able to eliminate the extra bedroom on the main floor to free up space for a separate guest powder bathroom and a true master bathroom.

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Entire House: $400,001-$600,000

Metropolitan Masterpiece Local Association:

Spokane Home Builders Association

Company:

Untamed Construction, Spokane Nick Scheel, CGR

Project Designer:

Melissa Helvey

Total square footage:

1,615 s/f

Cost of Project:

$401,436

Dark interior finishes detracted from the beautiful views offered by this Moses Lake home. The clients came to Untamed Construction hoping to blend their modern-inspired ideas with rustic elements in the home. The team transformed this Moses Lake mystery into a metropolitan masterpiece. By maximizing inherent natural daylight, they increased the perceived volume without adding additional square footage. Other details included replacing the windows in the living room with a 12-foot bi-parting sliding door and trimming out the white windows. The team also replaced the dark and heavy fireplace and surround with flanking bookcases and a vertical Dekton installation, mirrored by a similar application behind the cooktop hood. Taking down a central corner-wall between the three main areas: kitchen, baker’s pantry, and living room magnifies its spaciousness. The master bathroom was equally dark and underwhelming. The team squared off the arched window, removed the soaking tub and increased the shower’s size, framing partial walls to provide room for plumbing and a bench but keeping it open to the rest of the bathroom. The master bath opens up to the master closet, which incorporates the laundry and a hidden door to the man cave.

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Entire House: Over $600,001

Location, Location, Location Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Sockeye Homes, Kent Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGB, CGR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Candice Nordquist

Total square footage:

7,273 s/f

Cost of Project:

$2,365,553

Location, location, location is the beauty in this transformation of a dilapidated beachfront cabin into a waterfront dream home. The Sockeye team paid careful attention to window placement to ensure a view from nearly every room in the house. The interior is packed with exceptional features, including European-style, no-handle cabinetry, a banquet seating area, custom concrete living room fireplace, concrete powder room countertop and sink, custom metal ceiling-mounted master bathroom mirrors, floating stairs with a one-of-a-kind edge detail, unique lighting, plumbing fixtures and distinctive tile, countertop and floor finishes. The game room connects to the outdoor covered entertaining space with a Nanawall running the floor’s length and over the Dekton waterfall edge countertops. The powder room wows guests with its Ballistic Byzantine armor tile backsplash, custom concrete sink and Graff wall-mount Luna linear faucet. Finally, the master bathroom provides the perfect retreat to soak in that great view, with custom metal framed mirrors, automatic blinds, Terrazzo heated tile floors, and floor-to-ceiling Dekton steam shower. Before

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Universal Design: Over $80,001

Hendrickson Master Suite Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Irons Brothers Construction, Inc., Shoreline Melissa, CAPS, CGP, CGR and Joseph Irons, CAPS, CGP, CGR, GMB, GMR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Albee Interior Design

Total square footage:

256 s/f

Cost of Project:

$1,200,000

This third-floor master suite is the crowning glory of this redesigned home. The Irons Brothers certified aging-in-place design team specified elements for the retired couple and their 120-pound pit bull terrier to age in place. The team added a new residential elevator to the west side of the home to access the master bedroom from all levels, placing the elevator shaft on the home’s exterior to minimize the need for interior structural changes. This move also maximized the couple’s budget. The shed roof for the addition followed the site’s slope, creating tall walls east of the master suite for clerestory windows that allow daylight without sacrificing wall space in the bathroom and closet area. This design kept western walls low to maximize the bedroom views. The master bathroom includes an easy-access shower, his-and-her wall-mounted vanities with motion-sensor lights, and pops of beachy blue for a spa-like feel. An extensive walk-through closet and indoor sauna complete the suite. Other universal design features include wider doorways, slip-resistant flooring and reduced transitions, lever handles and pocket doors for easy use.

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Basement | ADU: Under $125,000

Jones Home Local Association:

Olympia Master Builders

Company:

John Erwin Remodeling, Inc., Olympia John Erwin, CAPS, CGP, CGR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Greg Amendala

Total square footage:

800 s/f

Cost of Project:

$120,090

Despite the pandemic, a mother and daughter reached out to John Erwin Remodeling with a dream of maintaining a happy and healthy life together while meeting their goals of safety, privacy, comfort and independent lifestyles. A pre-existing detached shop near the daughter’s house provided the perfect opportunity to make this dream come true. Adhering to COVID safety standards, the Erwin Remodeling team built an open concept kitchen and living room area, master bedroom with a walk-in closet, separate laundry room and a smartly designed Jack-and-Jill master bathroom to accommodate guests. Astonishingly, they fit it all into an 800 s/f craftsman design. Beautiful refinished floors, cabinets, crown molding, doors and trim make it a warm and inviting cottage for a mother to gracefully age in place near her daughter while continuing to live comfortably and independently. Before

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Get Away Room

Tranquil Library Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

VanderBeken Remodel, Marysville Ron VanderBeken, CAPS

Project Designer:

Jennifer VanderBeken, CAPS

Total square footage:

440 s/f

Cost of Project:

$36,736

This stylish space provides a tranquil antidote to the home’s active, openplan living. An extra room just off the entry was the perfect candidate for a getaway room and an opportunity to transform a neglected, dull space into a beautiful retreat. The homeowners can escape to this sophisticated library to enjoy an excellent read or gather their friends for book club and a cocktail. Custom-crafted rich walnut bookcases and gorgeous wall tiles with a metal patina surround a wood-burning flush insert. The new floor balances the cabinetry’s dark wood and is carried throughout the entire main floor, including the entry, hallway, dining, kitchen and family room. This continuity maintains the library as a unique retreat while bringing a sense of cohesion to the rest of the home.

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The absence of an entertainment screen makes the space perfect for focusing on quality time for good conversation or becoming engrossed in a riveting novel with a cozy fire blazing in the sleek wood-stove insert. Before the remodel, the homeowners avoided the space and its mismatched furniture. Now they thoroughly enjoy this unique getaway room where the custom cabinetry, color scheme and furniture positioning encourage conversation, offer abundant space to display book collections and provide a comfortable spot to relax, read and reflect. spring 2021

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Interior Design

The Well-Traveled Home Local Association:

Spokane Home Builders Association

Company:

509 Design, LLC, Spokane Paul Nolan

Project Designer:

Wendy Nolan

Cost of Project:

$51,000

This project drew from its well-traveled, color-loving homeowner, intermixing her wanderlust and colorful mementos with her Colonial Revival style home, giving the traditional style an exciting take. The entire remodel was based on a whimsical wallpaper design, reflected in the storage cabinets’ mirrors. The existing emerald green wall color ties in with the outside of the recovered Pearson sofa while providing a nice backdrop to the homeowner’s contemporary art collection. What was originally a worn-out family space is now an entertaining gathering room, with double the original plan’s seating.

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Historic Restoration

North End Historic Restoration Local Association:

MBA of Pierce County

Company:

Phase II General Contractor, Inc., Lakewood Rick Hjelm, CGR, Certified Builder

Project Designer:

Tara Waits

Total square footage:

210 s/f

Cost of Project:

$85,000

This 1918 home had been meticulously restored until it came to the kitchen. The kitchen’s elements and storage had been cobbled together throughout the decades. Due to the size and space restraints, the cabinets were all carefully designed with storage solutions in every possible cubic inch. The team added toe-kick drawers and corner convenience hardware to make use of all options. Then they salvaged and restored the original pie cabinet. This small space also incorporates a beautiful window corner eating nook for the morning sun with underbench storage for additional function. The team continued the flooring from the adjoining rooms to level the surface and create a larger space illusion. They also added new lighting in all different levels to create contrasting task areas as well as moods and schemes. Phase II moved the door to move the refrigerator, improve the workspace and expand. They installed a small snack center in the corner, separate and out of the way from the main prep area. This adds visual interest next to the large refrigerator and breaks ups the corner. The team replicated and coordinated the uncoated brass details with the original details of the home. Using white subway tile and white walls and trim, the kitchen appears larger and reflects much of the daylight. Overall the clean lines and period details create a perfectly period-style kitchen that is functional and practical, reflecting its original architectural style and blending in as if it has always been there.

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Commercial: Under $350,000

Product Showroom

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Local Association:

Building Industry Association of Clark County

Company:

Current Home Technologies, LLC, Vancouver Tony Curtis

Project Designer:

Tony Curtis and Carrie McCampbell

Total square footage:

600 s/f

Cost of Project:

$149,000

Developing the Current Home Technologies showroom evolved into an entirely new business, the 19th Hole on Main. This newly created showroom and sports bar feature Golf Digest’s #1 Luxury Golf Simulator, a Dolby Atmos surround sound system featuring a dual-video design, including an 85-inch 8K television or, with the push of a button, a 120-inch mechanical screen integrated into a floating on-wall cabinet. Additional room features include custom-built light clouds that improve the room’s acoustics and displays, various low-voltage lighting products and custom-built loudspeakers. The seating bar acts as a safety barrier for the viewers behind the tee box while providing an optimum location to enjoy music and movies on the opposite end of the space.

Additional key features in this space:

Woodwork designed around the golf area conceals push-to-open doors that provide access to the kitchen area when servicing large-group events. The showroom and entire building have been updated with a Crestron integrated-control system that highlights Current Home Technologies’ audio and video, design and low-voltage integration abilities. Wall-mounted touch screens allow patrons of the 19th Hole on Main to easily control custom audio, video, lighting and environmental controls while playing some of the world’s finest golf courses.

n Medical-grade air filtration with DFS technology

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n Hydraulic simulator tee box - the swing plate moves to match the lie of the ball n Low-voltage architectural lighting that displays circadian rhythm pattern n Small aperture speakers, custom-built to match light trims

n 8K UHD television, 4K laser projector and a very cool turntable


Commercial: $350,001-$750,000

Seattle Coffee House Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

BLOX Construction, Inc., Everett Steve Layman

Project Designer:

Pierce Design

Total square footage:

1,265 s/f

Cost of Project:

$461,396

BLOX Construction worked with Pierce Design to complete this 1,265 s/f tenant improvement in the heart of the Roosevelt neighborhood in Seattle. The updated space provides a casual and neighborly feel for friends and family who gather at the cafe. Large windows on the north side of the space provide a great deal of natural light and an expansive visual showcase, allowing passers-by to see the beautiful and unique interior. Before

BLOX included a 32-inch deep wood bar bench featuring a unique transition from bar to wall bench at its midpoint. The center of the space is a 345 s/f area surrounded by glass cabinetry and countertops, including a leather-wrapped aluminum bar and marble laminate cabinetry and countertops. Adding to the openness and airy feeling is a 22-foot wall of glass doors designed to open in an accordion fashion.

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Open: Under $125,000

Vanity of Vanities Local Association:

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Company:

Vision Woodworks, Inc., Maple Valley Jill Burwell

Project Designer:

Ann Lundquist

Total square footage:

30 s/f

Cost of Project:

$10,992

The best thing to do with a blank wall is to make it pop. Enter walnut burl. Vision Woodworks carefully laid walnut burl veneer, sequencing and matching the design for a seamless look from panel to panel. The veneer’s thickness required skill and precision as the team fit the veneered panels into frame grooves. The team constructed the vanity sturdy enough to hold both the vanity’s weight and the stone countertop on tapered feet by laminating the feet to enhance strength and using tightly fastened dowel joinery. The different layers give the vanity a 3D look, with burl panels making up the deepest layer, framed by molding. Beneath the countertop, the horizontal frame protrudes beyond the drawers and vertical legs extend the vanity’s height, standing as the proudest of all the layers.

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Nominees Kitchen Projects Under $45,000

VanderBeken Remodel Ron VanderBeken, CAPS Project Design: Jennifer VanderBeken, CAPS MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

$45,001-$75,000 R4 Construction Steven Rork and Dawn Fast Project Design: Dawn Fast MBA of Pierce County

$75,001-$140,000 Bridge City Contracting Elizabeth Gomez Project Design: Elizabeth Gomez MBA of Clark County R4 Construction

Sockeye Homes Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGR, CGB

Daniela Russell

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Project Design: Chris Jones Architects

Bath Projects

$35,001-$60,000 Untamed Construction Nick Scheel, CGR Project Design: Melissa Helvey Spokane Home Builders Association

Over $80,001 Iron Brothers Construction, Inc. Melissa, CAPS, CGR, CGP and Joseph Irons, CAPS, CGR, CGP, GMB, CMR Project Design: Albee Interior Design MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Project Design: Dawn Fast

Sockeye Homes

MBA of Pierce County

Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGR, CGB

Melissa, CAPS, CGR, CGP and Joseph Irons, CAPS, CGR, CGP, GMB, CMR Project Design: Luna Kitchen and Bath MBA of King & Snohomish Counties Sockeye Homes Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGR, CGB Project Design: Candace Nordquist MBA of King & Snohomish Counties Untamed Construction Nick Scheel, CGR Project Design: Melissa Helvey Spokane Home Builders Association

Over $140,000 Pathway Design & Construction Paul Kocharhook, CAPS, CGP Project Design: Raina Henderson MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

ER Properties, Inc.

Project Design: Candace Nordquist

Steven Rork and Dawn Fast

Iron Brothers Construction, Inc.

$400,001-$600,000

Project Design: Candace Nordquist MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Addition Project Over $250,001

Pathway Design & Construction Paul Kocharhook, CAPS, CGP Project Design: Grace Huang MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Entire House Projects Under $200,000

Copper Hills Construction, LLC Jared Jones Project Design: Kate Loeb Central Washington HBA

$200,001-$400,000 Hines Homes, LLC Andy Hines Project Design: Kerri Silver i39 Design MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Phase II General Contractor, Inc.

Sockeye Homes

Rick Hjelm, CGR

Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGR, CGB

Project Design: Tara Waits

Project Design: Candace Nordquist

MBA of Pierce County

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

MBA of King & Snohomish Counties Untamed Construction Nick Scheel, CGR Project Design: Melissa Helvey Spokane Home Builders Association

Over $600,001 BLOX Construction, Inc. Steve Layman Project Design: Chesmore Buck Architecture MBA of King & Snohomish Counties Sockeye Homes Kristin and Tod Sakai, CGR, CGB Project Design: Candace Nordquist MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Universal Design Projects Over $80,001

Iron Brothers Construction, Inc. Melissa, CAPS, CGR, CGP and Joseph Irons, CAPS, CGR, CGP, GMB, CMR Project Design: Albee Interior Design MBA of King & Snohomish Counties Pathway Design & Construction Paul Kocharhook, CAPS, CGP Project Design: Raina Henderson MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Basement/Accessory Dwelling Unit Project Under $125,000

John Erwin Remodeling, Inc. John Erwin Project Design: Greg Amendala Olympia Master Builders

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Get Away Room Projects ER Properties, Inc. Daniela Russell Project Design: Chris Jones Architects MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Building Industry Association of Washington 300 Deschutes Way SW, Ste. 300 | Tumwater, WA 98501 (360) 352-7800 | BIAW.com |

VanderBeken Remodel Ron VanderBeken, CAPS Project Design: Jennifer VanderBeken, CAPS MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Interior Design Project Residential

509 Design, LLC Paul Nolan Project Design: Wendy Nolan Spokane Home Builders Association

Historic Project Restoration

Phase II General Contractor, Inc. Rick Hjelm, CGR Project Design: Tara Waits MBA of Pierce County

Commercial Projects Under $350,000

BIAW EXCELLENCE IN REMODELING 2021

Current Home Technologies, LLC Tony Curtis Project Design: Tony Curtis and Carrie McCampbell Building Industry Association of Clark County

$350,001-$750,000 BLOX Construction, Inc. Steve Layman Project Design: Pierce Design MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

Open Project

Under $125,000 Vision Woodworks, Inc. Jill Burwell Project Design: Ann Lundquist MBA of King & Snohomish Counties

BIAW’s Excellence in Remodeling Awards, presented by Phase II General Contractor, is NOW accepting entries! This annual event honors quality craftsmanship projects by members all across the state. Submit your entries ONLINE at EIRAwards.com by April 9th. Important Dates Now | Call for entries April 9 | Deadline to submit entries May 3 | Winners announced (via email) June 7 | EIR Awards Reception in conjunction with the BIAW summer board meeting Questions Contact Brenda Kwieciak at (360) 352-7800, ext. 113 or brendak@biaw.com.