Maui Business

Monkeypod Kitchen Among Winners 26th Building Industry Awards

May 8, 2011, 4:24 PM HST
* Updated May 8, 5:22 PM
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Armstrong Builders, Inc. won for Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman, Overall Grand and Grand Award Winner New Commercial Division. Photo courtesy of BIA.

By Sonia Isotov

The 26th Annual BIA Renaissance Building & Remodeling Awards Gala for 2011 was held at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Oahu last weekend. 39 prizes were awarded by the Building Industry Association of Hawaii and The BIA-Hawaii Remodelers in ten divisions.

The two Maui entrants achieving top honors were Marc Taron, AIA “Murray Residence” for the Overall Grand New Residential Division and Armstrong Builders, LLC “Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman” for the Overall Grand New Commercial Division.

Grand Awards were also given to Maui entrants Marc Taron, AIA “Adler Residence”, Armstrong Builders, LLC/ Island Design Center awards for “Japengo-Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa” and James Tucker Associates, Inc. and Pacific Design and Construction, Inc. “Tori Richard Store”. 

Merit Awards were given to Maui entrant Cutting Edge Development, Inc. “Napili Kai Beach Resort Puna II Phase”.

Marc Taron, AIA “Murray Residence” won for the Overall Grand New Residential DivisionMurray Residence, Overall Grand and Grand Award Winner New Residential Division. Photo courtesy of BIA.

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The Building Industry Association of Hawaii was first chartered in 1955 is a professional trade organization affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders, representing the building industry and its’ associates. The 500 members of BIA-Hawaii are developers, contractors, suppliers, Realtors, architects, financial institutions and a host of other professionals who serve the building industry.

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