Local remodeler wins BIAW Excellence in Remodeling Award

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Tracey Doriot, BIAW Treasurer with Melissa and Joseph Irons
Photo courtesy BIAW


The Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) is proud to announce its 2019 Excellence in Remodeling (EIR) Award where we honored 27 winners and honorable mentions.

The EIR awards program recognizes outstanding remodeling projects throughout the state. Categories included exterior, kitchen and bath updates, additions, historic renovations, aging in place upgrades, and entire home transformations, among others.

Aging in Place category
Photo courtesy BIAW


A judging panel painstakingly reviewed each project before making their selections, making sure they met a set list of high criteria. Some winners were recognized in multiple categories.

The awards were handed out during EIR’s annual reception on June 19, 2019 at BIAW’s Summer Board meeting in Yakima. BIAW’s EIR awards are an annual opportunity for members to gain professional recognition for their outstanding work for clients during the year. 

The awards are open to all BIAW members who have completed a project that meets the requirements of an award category.

Local Design + Build company Irons Brothers won in three categories.

Get-away room
Photo by clerkd BIAW


2019 Excellence in Remodeling Winners

Joseph and Melissa Irons
Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties


        • Aging in Place/Universal Design Over $80,001
        • Get Away Room
        • Entire House $200,001-$400,000 (Honorable Mention)

The Building Industry Association of Washington is the voice of the housing industry as the state’s largest trade association with over 8,000 member companies employing approximately 265,000 people. The association is dedicated to ensuring and enhancing the vitality of the building industry for the benefit of its members and the housing needs of the citizens.




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