Coverings seeks stone and tile projects for 2012 Installation & Design Awards

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Alexandria, VA—A superior installation magnifies the real beauty of tile and stone. And, it is superior installations—along with the contractors and designers who’ve collaborated on them—that will be honored with the Coverings Installation and Design Awards. The presentation will be the crowning event of the 2012 Coverings Tile & Stone Exposition and Conference, April 17-20, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.

“Over the years, Coverings has acknowledged outstanding and innovative projects featuring tile and stone,” said Jennifer Hoff, president of events for National Trade Productions, which manages and produces Coverings. “The Installation and Design Awards is a distillation of the past Spectrum and Prism Awards together with the TileLetter & NTCA Installation Awards. The CID Awards will spotlight contractor/designer teams who, respectively, have the demonstrated talent and skills to bring to life an exceptional aesthetic vision.”

The Call for Entries for the awards has been issued, and the competition is open to architects, designers, builders, contractors, distributors, retailers, and installers, who are encouraged to submit multiple entries. All projects must have been completed within the past two years (January 2009 – December 2011), and be located in the United States. Multiple winners will be selected in each of the two basic categories— residential and commercial. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, February 1, 2012, with entry forms available at www.coverings.com/coverings2012 or at www.facebook.com/CoveringsShow. There is no fee to enter, however, winners must be present for the at-show awards reception on Thursday, April 19, to qualify for the prize money that will be awarded.

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