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Belmont Cigar Room Wins Award for Contracting Company

Watertown, Mass. - Phoenix Construction Group, Inc. (PCGI), one of Greater Boston’s premier residential and commercial design/build firms, won two 2008 Contractor of the Year (COTY) Awards. In a ceremony held in November, the company received the COTY Gold Award for Best Commercial Project and the Silver Award for Best Residential Specialty Space.

The Eastern Mass. Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (EM NARI) conducts the COTY Awards annually to recognize the best achievements in remodeling projects. This year, EM NARI received a record-breaking number of COTY Award entries. Each entry is comprised of “before and after” photography and detailed project descriptions. In selecting winners, judges considered functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation, degree of difficulty, problem solving, and entry presentation.

“It’s an incredible honor to be recognized by our peers with these two awards,” said PCGI principal Dani Chedid. “This is a great validation of the hard work and talents of the entire PCGI team.”

PCGI received the Silver Award for Best Residential Specialty Space for a thoughtful residential renovation that transformed an ordinary basement in Belmont into an inviting media room and cigar room. The cigar room includes an air filtration system to contain and remove smoke, and features a wet bar with attractive glass-front wine refrigerators and a humidor drawer. The adjacent media center has its own wet bar and a sophisticated media system concealed within attractive cabinetry. The two adjoining rooms provide the perfect setting for a “guy’s night in,” or a comfortable gathering of family and friends.

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Posted on Thursday, January 8, 2009 at 11:35AM by Registered CommenterDani Chedid in | Comments1 Comment | References9 References

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    I congratulate them for this victory of great award that proves their efforts. But remember that we shouldn't sell our award for money that is a crime.

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