The Builders Association of Northern Nevada recognized top products and professionals with its 16th Annual BANN-ER Awards program.Awards included:• Best New Home Design, Production Home Under 2,000 square feet: Upland Contractors, StoneRidge Model 1.• Best New Home Design, Production Home 2,000-3,000 square feet: Ryder Homes, Breckenridge Plan 3.• Best New Home Design, Production Home. 3,000 square feet and over: Desert Wind Homes, Villagio 3518.• Best New Home Design, Custom Home Under $1 million: Silver Crest Homes, Monte Vista Le Champagne.• Best New Home Design, Custom Home Under $1 million and up: JLS Designs, Martis Camp Lot 300.• Best Commercial Project: Frame Architecture, Carson Medical Group. • Best NAHB Green Certified Home: Di Loreto Homes, New Edition II Plans 1 & 2.• Most Effective Use of Green Building Product: True Green Roofing, 543 Plumas St.• Best Single Room Remodel: Ruepp Construction, Meadow Hill Kitchen.• Best Commercial Remodel: Frame Architecture, the Un Caffe.• Outdoor Lifestyle Award, Private Residence: Sierra Summit Landscaping and Silver Crest Homes, Monte Vista models.• Outdoor Lifestyle Award, Public Project: Signature Landscapes, Truckee River Levee & Floodwall.• Best Overall Marketing Campaign: Silver Crest Homes.• Best Trade Contractor: Reliable Framing.• Public Official of the Year: Ron Smith, Sparks City Council.• Community Service Award: Lance Jackson, Eureka Builders.• Builder Member of the Year: Robb Wong, Guidenby Inc.• Associate Member of the Year:John Brown, NV Energy.• Subcontractor Member of the Year: Melissa Palange, King Bee Construction.• Million Dollar Sales Agent Awards: Michael Di Loreto, Di Loreto Homes; Nancy Johns, Ryder Homes; Chris Patterson, KB Homes; Jon Dorn, KB Homes; Jessica Bennison, Silver Crest Homes; Jeanette Maiss, Toll Brothers; Bethany Legate, Toll Brothers; Jennifer Jory, Mountain View Ledges LLC; Heidi Lawson, Desert Wind Homes; Valorie Holcomb, Desert Wind Homes and Gavin Holcomb, Desert Wind Homes.BANN also honored Perry Di Loreto, Alan Means, Jack Reviglio and Tom Reviglio, who were inducted into the Housing Hall of Fame.
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