Our Awards

Award-Winning Design & Recognition

Natural wooden cabinetry and butlers pantry with stainless steel fridge

RessaBuilt Awards

Our unrelenting client commitment speaks to the core of our business foundation. For over four decades, RessaBuilt has been helping families transform their homes, realizing the true beauty and potential of the space while optimizing functionality and style. Aside from the immense pride, we have in our work, RessaBuilt has been recognized as an award-winning organization, striving for greater innovation and exceeding client expectations. 

Dining table and kitchen island combo with high-boy chairs

2023 Pro Remodeler of the Year Merit Award

One of our submissions for the 2023 Professional Remodeler of the Year awards featured this 1930's colonial.  

A couple with young children and regularly visiting guests were looking to expand their dwelling and improve flow. Struggles with a unique lot along with tree protection were overcome by specialized use of existing and new space.  Additions of a kitchen, mudroom, office and primary bedroom/bath along with opening between existing spaces created a more livable home with scale being matched to the existing footprint.  Specific punctuation marks were used to create an increased sense of area when actual square footage did not allow so.  Finally, dual functionality of spaces allowed for all the clients wants to be met.

2022 Pro Remodeler of the Year Finalist

Our submission for the 2022 Professional Remodeler of the Year awards featured this mid-century modern home. 

The problem with this picture-perfect house was the kitchen. The kitchen was obstructed from the spectacular views by a wall closing it off from the dining room. Additionally, there wasn’t enough counter space, or cabinet space resulting in clutter. Our client wanted to be in the kitchen while feeling connected to the rest of the house. Most importantly, the homeowner wanted a contemporary kitchen featuring a design that was high on function and simplicity and low on the “collections and fuss” of a traditional kitchen space.