Moraware wins ISFA Envision award

Sep 12, 2012 | News

The International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA) announced the winners of its annual awards at the association’s recent annual meeting in Atlanta. The ISFA awards are chosen by association members, and given to those in the industry that stand out as the very best.

The Envision Award is given to the ISFA member firm or individual that excels in creating something imaginative and special for the surfacing industry. The winner for 2012 was Moraware’s Harry Hollander for producing a new and upgraded countertop layout program that increases the capabilities of fabricators while retaining the ease of use for the system, and also for creating the free RemnantSwap service available to fabricators so they can repurpose their scrap, keeping it from the landfills.

We’re thrilled to get this award, and we really appreciate the public recognition of our work on CounterGo, RemnantSwap, and JobTracker. Thanks!

The other winners

Hall of Fame Award was presented to Jack Hussey of Jack’s Custom Woodworking (JCW), in Woburn, Mass for being a strong advocate for the association and leading by example. Fabricator of the Year was Ted Sherritt, of Floform in Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada, for his continued support of ISFA. The Associate of the Year Award is Cosentino for its support of ISFA goals and members. The Innovator Award for 2012 was Karran for pioneering the undermounted sink for laminate, as well as its innovative Edge series of flush-mount stainless sinks for solid surface.

These indivduals and companies represent all that ISFA stands for,” said ISFA Communications Director Kevin Cole. “We sincerely thank them for their contributions to the surfacing industry and congratulate them on their achievements.