ISFA Announces Award Winners

September 10, 2012

The International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA) announced the winners of its annual awards at its recent meeting in Atlanta during the IWF show.

The Hall of Fame award was presented to Jack Hussey (pictured), of Jack’s Custom Woodworking, in Woburn, MA. The award is given to recipients who, in the course of their career, have made significant contributions to the decorative surfacing industry and demonstrated leadership and commitment to the ideals of ISFA. Hussey, an early adapter of solid surface, has run his business for more than 40 years and was a member of ISFA since its inception.

The Fabricator of the Year award went to Ted Sherritt, of Floform in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, for his continued support of ISFA, even after finishing his many years of service on the Board of Directors. Cosentino was given the Associate of the Year award for its support of ISFA goals and members. The company participates in all ISFA functions and supports the association with time, goods, open access to facilities and funding.

Karran was the recipient of the Innovator Award for pioneering the undermounted sink for laminate, as well as its Edge series of flush-mount stainless-steel sinks for solid surface, which allows for near-seamless integration of stainless-steel sinks and thereby helps eliminate bacteria growth points.

The Envision award winner for 2012 was Moraware’s Harry Hollander for producing a new and upgraded countertop layout program that increases the capabilities of fabricators and for creating the free Remnant Swap service to repurpose scrap, keeping it from the landfills.
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