NWFA awards recognize creative installations

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May 23/30, 2016; Volume 30, Number 24

By Reginald Tucker

Charlotte, N.C.—Expert wood flooring craftsman and contractors from the U.S. and abroad were recognized for their creativity during the 2016 National Wood Flooring Association’s (NWFA) annual Floor of the Year competition held here. The Wood Floor of the Year awards program, now in its 26th year, was developed to encourage innovative installations. Since the program began in 1990, more than 200 awards have been presented to NWFA member companies worldwide. A panel of judges comprising trade and consumer press editors, industry leaders as well as professional designers evaluated the individual categories. And the winners are…

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