C.P. Berry Construction Co. Honored with 5 Prism AwardsNEWBURY, MA - C.P. Berry Construction Company of Topsfield, Mass., was the honored recipient of five PRISM Awards according to Carlton Berry, president. The 2005 PRISM Awards, presented by the Builders Association of Greater Boston, were awarded on October 27, 2005 at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston. Every two years, the PRISM Awards (Prestigious Results in Sales and Marketing) honor companies that demonstrate exceptional performance in the building industry. This year, there were 46 categories with a potential for a Gold and Silver winner in each category. C.P. Berry submitted entries in 5 of the 46 categories and won an award in each of the entered categories.
C.P. Berry Construction Co. won the following awards for its Caldwell Farm community in Newbury, Massachusetts:
• GOLD - Best Attached Community of the Year – the Top Award in all categories.
• GOLD - Best Multi-Family Design Attached - Over $600,000 Award presented to C.P. Berry and Caldwell Farm architect - The MZO Group.
• GOLD - Best Innovative Land Planning - Residential or Commercial.
• GOLD - Community Service Award presented for C.P. Berry’s partnership with the Newbury Elementary School PTA.
• SILVER - Best Landscape Design - Attached or Detached Homes. Award presented to C.P. Berry and Caldwell Farm landscape designer - The Green Company.
“We are extremely honored that our Caldwell Farm community has been recognized with PRISM awards for its exceptional design, architectural quality, and land- scape,” said Berry.
“Caldwell Farm, and its 125 acre setting, is a truly unique community and we appreciate the recognition from the Builders Association,” said Alan Berry, vice president of C.P. Berry Construction.
Caldwell Farm is a new gated condominium community for active adults that offers a maintenance-free lifestyle on a serene piece of property bordering the Parker River. There are 66 homes being built at Caldwell Farm in three phases. The first phase is sold out and homes are occupied. Phase 2 is 70% sold out with some homes already occupied. The final phase is under construction and the entire project is expected to be completed by the end of 2006. Of the total 125 acre setting, 100 acres will remain undisturbed as preserved Open Space.