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Enter to Win an ISFA Award!

This week's featured award category is Commercial Solid Surface Project of the Year.

Projects submitted must be completed in the residential sector using a quartz product that meets the ISFA minimum standard for quartz surface material. In addition, the project must exemplify excellence in all methods of the fabrication process, including safety, training and the use of technology.


2022 Winner: Travertina

This retail center in Kazan, Russia, required expert fabrication and installation to accomplish the dramatic backlit column feature. HIMACS Solid Surface by LX Hausys (Opal S302) was chosen for its translucent properties to perfectly execute the design. 

About Travertina:
The company began in 2011. In its development, Travertina is based on a continuous process of innovation and strives for leadership in the quality of products and services provided. Travertina takes pride in their continuing efforts to improve the production process for all projects, most of which are created using solid surface materials. The high professionalism of the staff allows Travertina to realize almost any dreams their customers have. A good reputation and positive client relationships are their keys to success. 

The deadline for submissions is June 30, 2023. Winners will be announced at the 2023 ISFA Annual Conference, which will take place October 16-19, 2023, at the Sonesta Ocean Point resort in Sint Maarten. Entrants should submit their projects with the expectation of attending the Awards Celebration at the 2023 ISFA Annual Conference. 


ISFA Fabricator Profile:
Bella Casa Countertops and Stone

Bella Casa Countertops and Stone is a full-service surface fabrication and installation company located in Littleton, Colorado, a charming suburb in the foothills of Denver. With a background in construction management, Geoff Jernigan started a remodeling company in 2002, growing the business organically and constantly advancing every year. He began experimenting with surface fabrication while running the remodeling company. The explosive housing and population growth encouraged him to transition the business to countertops and surfaces exclusively in 2010.

Background in Building

Geoff’s experience overseeing complete construction projects offered perspective into the service trades and a better understanding of homeowner needs. “We understand the bigger picture, and we can help problem solve for the builder, homeowner and our business,” he recalled. 

Geoff saw the need to simplify the process and better serve homeowners with custom surface fabrication and service devoted to quality and integrity. “I wanted to stay focused in a linear production process — being able to create and manufacture with efficiencies, controls and schedules, and excel in that one thing.”