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2016 Award
Bath Remodel under $50,000


2015 Kitchen Remodel
$100,000 - $150,000


2015 Kitchen Remodel
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2012 Best Bath Remodel
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2009 Bath Remodel
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2008 Whole House
Remodel Under $200,000


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2005 Iowa
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2005 Special Award Whole House Remodel $200K-$500K

2004 Midwest
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2004 Iowa
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2004 Best Deck/Porch

2004 Special Award
Kitchen Remodel $40K-$75K


2003 Best Residential
Historic Renovation


2002 Best Deck/Porch

Silent Rivers Design + Build
Remodelers of Clive,
Iowa
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Industry Associations: NAHB, NARI
Professional Designation: CGR, LEED AP, CAPS

Chaden Halfhill
9205 Swanson Boulevard
Clive, Iowa 50325
Phone: 515-266-6702
Fax: 515-334-0664
Website:
www.silentrivers.com/

2005 Special Award Whole House Remodel $200K - $500K

This project was inspired as part of a local renaissance towards downtown living. The original condo was gutted and replaced with a dynamic, yet refined design solution that optimized functional living in a small space. In order to borrow living area from the existing footprint, the design called for a two story “conrcrib” with the bedroom upstairs and a lower level bathroom directly below. This residence reinforces its minimalist approach to space planning by concealing the mechanicals and emphasizing refined construction details. The remodel includes a large kitchen island and wall cabinet that defines the kitchen and cooking area. The island also serves as a built-in for television viewing from a small sitting area. On the north end of the corncrib, they integrated a computer desk and shelving. From a unique steel grate mezzanine, the homeowner can access their closet and a simple bathroom, providing easy access from the second floor bedroom. This project reflects a simple living attitude in a highly contemporary household-not for everyone, but certainly a polished and expressive resolution.