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A Complete Transformation: Case Design and Remodeling

The clients approached Case with the desire to upgrade the functionality and accessibility of the items within their kitchen.
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Special membership meeting approves new name

The Board of Directors called a Special Membership Meeting on June 7 in which it…

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Join us for the PDCA/PRO Golf Tournament June 22

Are you ready to swing some clubs, enjoy great food & beverage, network on the…

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Members Build Fun into Make a Wish Kids’ Tree Houses

Superior Construction Services has teamed with Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic to build a tree house in Frederick, MD for a 7-year-old boy named Andrew and another one in Glen Arm, MD for a 5-year-old girl named Kalli. When Daniel heard about the project he thought “not why would I do this -- but why not!!”
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A Complete Transformation: Daniels Design & Remodeling

Daniels Remodeling & Design delivered a restructured kitchen using updated design elements, storage options and a streamlined the circulation.
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A Complete Transformation: KohlMark Group

Black windows, board and batten siding, standing seam roof, and a front porch transformed the tired colonial into a modern farmhouse.
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A Complete Transformation: Finesse Design Remodeling

This remodeling projects included all new hardwood flooring, custom millwork, and thoughtfully selected finishes, blending the original historic elements with a modern take on the Craftsman aesthetic.
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A Complete Transformation: Blue Star

Originally awkwardly tucked into the left side of the house, the original stairs were relocated to the middle of the home to create a center volume.
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A Complete Transformation: Tabor Design Build

Tabor Design Build's clients were unhappy with their existing kitchen because the space seemed dark and closed off from the rest of the house.
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CotY Complete Transformation: Schroeder Design/Build, Inc.

This unusual master bath was large and built on two levels, with an awkward flow. It required “out-of-the-box” thinking. Wait til you see challenging space!
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