Our Industry Awards

McClurg's quality craftsmanship is well known, even beyond the confines of Central New York. We've earned national recognition from numerous design and construction publications, and we've been honored with prestigious awards and rankings. These awards reflect the skills, talents and dedication of our employees as well as our commitment to innovation in design and construction.

  • 2016 Qualified Remodeler - Ranked 195 out of 500 for Nations largest Remodelers
  • 2016 Qualified Remodeler - Customer Service Recognition - selected as 1 of 60 Client Experience Leaders
  • GuildQuality - Guild Master Award Winner - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
  • GuildQuality - 20 Consecutive Great Reviews - 2015, 2016, 2017
  • 2008 Chrysalis Award from Qualified Remodeler and American Builders Network, co-winner of Kitchen Remodel $75,000 - $100,000
  • 2008 Silver Award from Qualified Remodeler Master Design Competition, Kitchen Remodel $50,000 - $100,000
  • 2008 Award of Excellence from National Commercial Builders Council, Division 1 - Medical
  • 2007 Design Award from the National Kitchen and Bath CNY Chapter, winner of Kitchen Design Competition
  • "Best of the Northeast" Design Award from Professional Remodeler
  • "Best of Show" for a bathroom remodeling job in Qualified Remodeler magazine's Master Design Awards
  • Remodeling Magazine's "Big 50"
  • Qualified Remodeler's Top 500, eight different years
  • "Kitchen Design" from Qualified Remodeler's Master Design Awards
  • Merit Award for "Remodeling Using Adjacent Space" from Remodeling magazine
  • Chrysalis Award (Design/Build-Kitchen) 

 

Our Community Awards

Giving back to the community in which we work, live and play is one of the core values of our company. We are proud to have received the following awards:

  • 2008 Business of the Year Award from the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce
  • New York State Senate Liberty Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a NYS civilian for actions on behalf of their fellow New Yorkers and community, to Scott McClurg