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Red Diamond Achiever Award winners show creativity, vision and craftsmanship

Midway through the entry period, we are very impressed by the quality of submissions we have received for the 2014 Red Diamond Achiever Award program. Each year, the program recognizes outstanding design, innovation, sustainability and quality in projects by the nation’s premier builders, remodelers and architects using Integrity products.

One aspect that keeps this program fun — but also challenging for our judging panel! — is the sheer diversity in projects submitted. From classic to modern, rural to urban, residential to commercial, we tend to see a little of everything. We are continually amazed by the creativity, vision and craftsmanship in the building industry.

That in mind, we thought we would take a trip down memory lane and show you some of our favorite photos from past winners. We also want to remind you the deadline to enter or nominate a project is June 26, 2014. You can read the full entry details here. And keep in mind Integrity is giving a free $50 Cabela’s® gift card for each entry as a thank-you to those who take the time to submit.

40th Street Project by Blue Sky Building Company28168525229ddfb83dd818bbe73fcc31

Bailey Residence by Sellars Lathrop Architects

Rebel Valley Project by Pinnacle Custom Builders

Pasture Project by Imbue Design & Benchmark Modern

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