A photo of the winning Kitchen Face-Frame under $25K by Scott Robeson Custom Woodworking.
(Las Vegas, Nev.) – A Lander cabinet maker has been recognized by the National Cabinet Makers Association with three winning entries in a national competition. The honors went to Scott Robeson Custom Woodworking. He captured first and second place awards for two kitchen face frame projects, each under $25,000 and a first place for an advertising and marketing display.
The awards for the 2013 Wood Diamond Contest were presented in Las Vegas .
“This annual contest is judged by a double blind panel of industry peers to promote and acknowledge our member’s top notch projects,” said Dave Grulke, the CMA’s Executive Director. “It’s inspiring to see the level of talent and execution at Scott Robeson Custom Woodworking. The three awards that they have garnered this year demonstrates a consistent commitment to delivering the highest quality of product and services to their clients.”
“We would like to thank our customers, who have given us the opportunity to help design and build these projects,” Robeson said in a news release. “Our customers always have great input, which helps to create beautiful end results. The CMA is an outstanding organization with talented professional members, among whom we are thankful to be included. We are honored to have received these awards. Being recognized again this year inspires us to work even harder to produce the best quality of cabinetry, and to push ourselves even harder to surpass the expectations of our customers.”
Photos and detailed descriptions of the award winning entries are available at the following links: