2018 NARI Bay Area Remodeling Awards

On April 11th 2018 at EQ3 in San Francisco CA, Robineve Cole was proud to receive a 2017 NARI Bay Area Remodeling Award. This honor is  fondly known as a “Remmie Award”.

NARI is the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, and they sponsor the awards. Local awards are the Remmies (a remodeling award). NARI National is in all 50 states, and offers regional awards as well as a national CotY (Contractor of the Year) award.

Achievement Awards recognize outstanding achievements by an individual, company, or NARI chapter because of their work to promote or enhance professional remodeling.


Previous NARI Awards

Robineve has previously won Remmie awards from NARI in 2014, 2016, and 2017  for projects done in Livermore and Piedmont.

he won the 2104 Contractor of the Year Award in the interstate Southwest Region. More impressively, she then won the CotY, or Contractor of the Year Award, from NARI National. She received the National award in New Orleans.

This year Robineve won a Remmie for the Best interior remodeling from East and North Bay and San Francisco, priced from 75-150K.

remodeling award presentation event
John Cole of JC Architecture, Robineve Cole, and Gary Collins of Windows and Beyond. This team worked together on this year’s CotY project.

As an Interior Designer, Robineve is often involved in remodeling projects. She makes an impression in the remodeling community as a source for high quality and highly functional design. Robineve brings professionalism that fosters great working relationships.

NARI Bay Area Remodeling Award presentation
Chris Cook of Cooke Kitchen and Bath with Robineve Cole, at NARI East Bay

Here at Robineve Interiors, we delight in receiving awards. We’re so proud of the work that has gone into earning it. As Robineve continues to use her artful eye and design skill, maybe the future will hold more recognition. We certainly hope so.

If you’re planning a remodel or not sure about what to do next with your home, contact Robineve Interiors for expert help.


Photos credits to Alexandra Malek for Drew Altizer Photography.