Source: ELAN SEPTEMBER 2018
Michael Nash Solution Named Category Best in 11-state Competition | by John Byrd
A second floor addition to a one-level brick rambler has won a regional Chrysalis award for Michael Nash Design Build and Homes. The design solution – in which the roof of a one-level structure was removed to make way for a comparably-sized second floor – was introduced to the home of a Fairfax City couple who had occupied it for 14 years. The project was named the “best addition for under $250,000” in 11 south Atlantic states extending from Florida to Washington, D.C.
Founded in 1993, the Chrysalis is generally considered remodeling industry’s most prestigious peer award. Qualified Remodeler Magazine and Kitchen and Bath News are among the competition’s national media sponsors.
In accepting the honor, Michael Nash president and founder Sonny Nazemian credited his design and engineering team, which surmounted a host of complex architectural and regulatory challenges. < Read More >