Design Your Monday wins Best Specialty Project award by CREW CT

June 17, 2022 - Connecticut
Shown (from left) are: David Holmes, architect, Capital Studios Architect; Greg Boucher, engineering manager, HORST Engineering;
Scott Livingston, CEO, HORST Engineering; and Jennifer Gaggion, principal, interior designer, Design Your Monday.
Photo credit: Keith Claytor, Time Frozen Photography

Glastonbury, CT Design Your Monday was presented with the Best Specialty Project award by CREW CT, a leading organization for senior-level executive women in Connecticut commercial real estate. The CREW CT’s Annual Blue Ribbon Awards Showcase was held on May 18 to honor excellence for Connecticut’s 2021 real estate accomplishments.

The Best Speciality Project award category is for reusing an existing building for a purpose other than which it was originally built or designed for. The project that won the award was for a renovation for HORST Engineering, and was a collaboration among Capital Studio Architects, Aldrich Construction, and Design Your Monday.

The HORST Engineering project was a conversion of a former 100,000 s/f warehouse into a manufacturing facility in East Hartford.

“This project was a blank slate that needed to come to life. Our design process is highly strategic and focused on driving the client’s business results as well as attracting top tier employment candidates. This award signifies the importance of surrounding yourself with esteemed colleagues in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries who work together to achieve the same goal for world-class clients, like HORST Engineering,’’ said Jennifer Gaggion, principal, interior designer of Design Your Monday. She added, “winning this award demonstrates that people appreciate the dedication and passion that went into this project. We believe design is a strategic initiative that when leveraged, has the power to drive measurable results.”

CREW CT, one of more than 75 chapters of the over 12,000 member, global CREW Network, is a leading organization for senior-level executive women in the Conn. commercial real estate field. 



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