Mr. David’s Flooring wins five Starnet Design Awards

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The gold awards in Healthcare and People’s Choice were awarded to Mr. David’s for the Rush University Medical Center Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

Miami—Mr. David’s Flooring, a commercial flooring contractor based in Itasca, Ill., was awarded four gold and one bronze prize at this year’s Starnet Design Awards, which took place during Starnet Worldwide Commercial Flooring Partnership’s annual meeting held April 14 to 16 here.

The gold award-winning projects include: Healthcare and People’s Choice for Rush University Medical Center Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in Chicago; Unique Installation for Kennedy Space Center in Orlando, Fla.; and Hospitality for HarborChase of Shorewood in Milwaukee, Wis. The bronze award-winning project was in the Corpoate category for Lockton 34th & 35th floors, also in Chicago.

“Winning four gold awards with the vast amount of talented designers and high quality competition in the industry makes this a truly wonderful feat to have accomplished,” said Leonard Zmijewski, CEO of Mr. David’s Flooring. “Mr. David’s Flooring would like to give the designers and the manufacturers the recognition they deserve as none of this would have been possible without them. Mr. David’s Flooring is proud to have taken part in turning the designers’ visions into reality in 2016 and cannot wait to do the same in 2017.”

The Starnet Design Awards recognize creativity, professionalism, quality and versatility demonstrated by Starnet members, vendor partners and the architecture and design community. Gold, silver and bronze prizes are awarded in seven categories by a panel of nationally recognized and award-winning architecture and design professionals. This year’s winners were selected from more than 100 nominees.

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