The Professional Remodeling Organization New England (PRO New England) awarded Kevin Cradock Builders, based in Jamaica Plain, two 2021 PRO Awards; a Gold Award for Residential Whole Townhouse or Condo, and a Silver Award for Residential Kitchens over $150,000.
The winning kitchen is from a project in Jamaica Plain, The Hillside, featuring custom cabinetry crafted in the KCB woodshop. Partners on this project include Helios Design Group with photography by Greg Premru.
“We are honored to receive this recognition from our peers,” said Kevin Cradock, President of KCB. “I want to thank my fantastic team here at Cradock Builders, our industry partners and vendors, and of course, the great clients who make it all possible.
Celebrating 25 years in the industry, Kevin Cradock Builders specializes in custom building, new construction, and large-scale renovations for residential projects. They work with the finest architects, interior designers, landscape professionals, and vendors throughout New England.
KCB was presented the PRO Award at PRO New England’s Virtual Evening of Excellence event on Wednesday, June 2nd. This year, there were 75 projects submitted for PRO Awards across sixteen categories. A panel of eleven independent reviewers judged the project entries in a blind evaluation. Projects were judged on a 70-point scale with points awarded for how well the project met the client’s needs and enhanced the functionality and aesthetics of the space, innovative uses of materials and methods, the ability to overcome obstacles creatively, the craftsmanship displayed in the work, and the presentation of the project.
Kevin Cradock Builders is a member of PRO New England, a non-profit membership association dedicated to advancing quality in the professional remodeling industry. Comprised of over 200 local companies representing nearly 1,000 area professionals, PRO New England is a recognized source for information about residential remodeling and local professionals. For more information about PRO New England and the PRO Awards, visit www.pro-ne.org.