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Contractor earns accolades for Holiday elementary school

Creative Contractors received several awards for its work at Gulf Trace Elementary School in Holiday.

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Creative Contractors received several awards for its work at Gulf Trace Elementary School in Holiday.

Contractor wins award for work at school

Creative Contractors, the Clearwater-based contractor for Pasco County's Gulf Trace Elementary School at 3303 Gulf Trace Blvd. in Holiday, has been recognized for superior workmanship and performance at Gulf Trace. The awards:

• Horizon Award from Associated General Contractors;

Excellence in Construction Award from Associated Builders and Contractors; and

Award of Merit from the Florida Educational Facilities Planners' Association

For additional information, go to creativecontractors.com.

Realtor names new sales executive

Russell Giresi has joined the staff at Prudential Tropical Realty at 9108 U.S. 19 in Port Richey. Giresi is a Port Richey native and attended the University of South Florida, where he earned a degree in psychology.

Medical center gets ACR accreditation

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point was recently awarded a three-year term of accreditation in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, as a result of a recent survey by the American College of Radiology.

The college awards accreditation to facilities for the achievement of high practice standards after a peer-review evaluation of the practice.

Realtor honors top associates for May

Coldwell Banker F.I. Grey & Son Residential Inc. in Port Richey announced the top Realtors for May. The top listing associate by units and volume was Joseph P. Maceda Jr. The top producing associate by units and volume was Susanna Vizzari.

Distressed property designation awarded

Mark Swartsel of RE/MAX Advantage Realty in New Port Richey has earned the Certified Distress Property Expert designation, having completed extensive training in foreclosure avoidance and short sales from the Distressed Property Institute in Boca Raton.

Center's program is recognized for care

The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association are recognizing Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point for treating cardiac and stroke patients using its Get With the Guidelines program.

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point joins 518 other hospitals being featured in an advertisement in the July 21 "America's Best Hospitals" issue of U.S. News & World Report.

E-mail items to lazich@sptimes.com or mail to Lucille Lazich, Business Digest, 11321 U.S. 19, Port Richey, Fl. 34668. Call (727) 869-6235.

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