Orren Pickell Building Group Wins Gold Key Award for Room Additions

December 19, 2012

Chicago Real Estate Forum and Marketing RELEVANCE congratulate for winning a Gold in for .

Orren Pickell Building Group stated: Mrs. O’Reagan wanted to add and update the home where she had raised her children, even though she hadn’t lived in the home for years and it was in disrepair. In addition to bringing the original structure back to life we added on the following:

-Master suite

-Powder room
-Family Room
-Butler’s pantry
-Reading nook

For more information on Orren Pickell Building Group, please visit or call 847-572-5252.

The Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago’s KEY and SAMMY Awards celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2012. The awards began in 1972 and have grown throughout the years to now feature more than 100 building, remodeling, marketing and personal achievement categories. The KEY and SAMMY awards are the premier awards of Chicago’s residential building industry. To see more award winners, visit Chicago Real Estate Forum.

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