2014 Integrity Red Diamond Achiever Winners

Judged Winner
John Mead
Cellar Ridge Construction
Yamhill, Oregon
Judged Winner
Luke Perisich
Blue Sky Building Company
Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
Judged Winner
Richard Perrone
Perrone Construction
Sarasota, Florida
Judged Winner
Ron Lamarre
Lavallee | Brensinger Architects
Manchester, New Hampshire
Judged Winner
Bud Dropps
Accent Homes, Inc.
North Oaks, Minnesota
Judged Winner
Bryan Jones
Jones Pierce Architecture
Waleska, Georgia
People's Choice Winner
Brad Abell
Vincent Abell Contracting
Louisville, Kentucky
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Saffron Fields

Yamhill, Oregon

John Mead

Cellar Ridge Construction

The Saffron Fields Vineyard in Willamette Valley offers stunning views and the Integrity Windows All Ultrex product gave us just what was needed. There is a mix of aluminum store front windows in the project and Integrity blended very well. Integrity's value was key to the choice of this project. High quality, strong performance and the expected life span of fiberglass windows. Sustainability is a big part of Cellar Ridge's goal in construction and Integrity Windows are manufactured with that in mind.

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The Beach House

Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina

Luke Perisich

Blue Sky Building Company

This Ocean Isle beach house located in North Carolina is directly on the beach front. It needed a good strong IZ3 rated window that was also able to have the beauty of wood. Integrity's Wood-Ultrex IMPACT products offer both and were an easy choice. The SDL option was a nice fit for the home's coastal design.

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Bonaire

Sarasota, Florida

Richard Perrone

Perrone Construction

This model home located in Sarasota, Florida features Integrity IMPACT (IZ3) Hurricane Casement, Awning, and Outswing French doors. The idea with this home was to view architecture as art and with this in mind have every room in the house have a view of the home itself. It was really a spectacular collaboration.

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Manchester Community College Student Center

Manchester, New Hampshire

Ron Lamarre

Lavallee/Brensinger Architects

This Manchester Community College located in Manchester, NH wanted the energy efficiency of a true fiberglass window. The Ultrex polygon units were perfect to use because they could match the sizes of the façade’s aluminum panels and maintain the clean, modern lines of the building's aesthetics.

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Wilkinson Lake

North Oaks, Minnesota

Bud Dropps

Accent Homes, Inc.

This home located in North Oaks, Minnesota is a Prairie designed home that nestles itself into the landscape. With both prairie meadow views and lake views, the large expanse of glass allows the outdoor beauty to be visible from nearly every room of the home. The option of the Prairie grid assisted in carrying out the Prairie theme of the home and the color options worked out just wonderfully.

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Lake Arrowhead Residence

Waleska, Georgia

Bryan Jones

Jones Pierce Architecture

This home in Waleska, Georgia feels like a tree house with building projections hanging in space high over the steep lot below. The use of large fixed windows makes the interior spaces feel as if they are part of the outside, and puts the focus on the view. We used a language of materials on the exterior with different finishes on the foundation, house body, and the room projections, and wanted the windows to stand out while fitting into the natural setting. The warm, dark bronze clad color chosen fit into the surrounding wooded setting, while at the same time provided a clean modern look similar to metal windows without looking excessively commercial.

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People's Choice Winner

Innovative Ultrex Technology Meets Historic Architectural Accuracy To Create Value For Millennial Generation

Brad Abell

Vincent Abell Contracting

The 1928 bungalow-style home in Louisville, KY is in a highly desirable area of the city inhabited by residents who are focused on protecting the historic character of the neighborhood. The prairie grille pattern and wood interior option helped maintain the historical integrity and look of the home while providing a maintenance-free exterior.

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