Josh Wynne Construction named 2011 Design Excellence Award Winner by Residential + Design Build Magazine
Josh Wynne Construction has been named a 2011 Design Excellence Award winner by Residential Design + Build magazine. The annual awards program recognizes residential design and construction firms for excellence in the single-family custom home market.
The panel of judges that selected the 2011 Design Excellence Award winners consisted of two architects, two custom home builders and an interior designer. The judges chose Josh Wynne Construction’s Power Haus for its success at addressing challenges, design creativity and overall dedication to success, and as proof of the firm’s unwavering quality as the nation’s housing market begins its slow recovery.
“We are honored to receive this award. We are committed to designing and building the most unique homes in our area to the highest level of quality and sustainability possible,” says owner, Josh Wynne. Founded in 1998, Josh Wynne Construction provides Southwest Florida with innovative homes executed with passion and precision. Profiles of the firms and projects selected as winners of the 2011 Design Excellence Awards were published in the July/August 2011 issue of Residential Design + Build and on the magazine’s website at rdbmagazine.com.
“We are honored to present these winners in this year’s Excellence Awards. The level of craftsmanship, challenges and teamwork in each project is inspiring. Ranging in styles, from contemporary to rustic and more, these projects represent the best of the best in the custom home industry,” says Maureen Alley, editor of Residential Design + Build.
Residential Design + Build magazine is the only publication that reaches both architects and builders in the custom home market. Its editorial focus is on the close working relationship between architect and builder, which is necessary to produce truly custom homes in the United States. Cygnus Business Media (cygnusb2b.com) publishes Residential Design + Build magazine, which serves more than 44,000 readers nationwide.