MOSAIC mini-MINUTE 60 Seconds of News & Noteworthy
April 2017 - Atlanta, GA

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Do You Need a Building Permit?

In this one-minute audiocast, Rick Goldstein explains which remodeling projects
might require a building permit.

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MOSAIC Group Honored for Service Excellence

MOSAIC Group recently received a 2017 Guildmaster Award from GuildQuality for demonstrating exceptional customer service within the residential construction industry. GuildQuality is an Atlanta-based third-party customer satisfaction software surveying company.

In determining which businesses received the award, GuildQuality reviewed thousands of survey responses submitted by customers of Guildmaster candidates, and considered two primary metrics for each candidate: the percentage of customers stating they would recommend the business to a friend and the percentage of customers who responded.

 

MOSAIC Group achieved a recommendation rate of 90 percent or above from their customers surveyed by GuildQuality.

Lucas Joins MOSAIC Team

Stacey Lucas, AIA, ASID, LEED AP, recently joined MOSAIC Group as an architect and interior designer. She earned a Masters of Architecture degree from Tulane University and has 18 years experience in the industry.

Stacey says the best thing about working at the company is being involved in all phases of design and construction.

After hours the wife and mother of three enjoys running marathons and swimming.

 

Total Outdoor Package Sets Stage for Entertaining

 

This award-winning MOSAIC Group project created a series of outdoor rooms in the large space between the pool and the house. It includes a hot tub adjacent to the master bedroom, an open sun deck, low lighting for night use, a bathroom space that serves as a changing room, a covered pool cabana, and a coffee porch. This project created a casual, elegant environment using heavy timber beams and low maintenance materials.

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Pros Share Remodeling Insights

 

Melissa Austin and Stacey Lucas hosted a group of 15 interior design students from Georgia State University. The Professional Practices course helps introduce students to real-world design and the relationships among the various parties involved in a project.

Kitchens Bathrooms Interiors Additions Decks Porches Exteriors