Kevin and Lori Kaczka: Credit where credit’s due |

Kevin and Lori Kaczka: Credit where credit’s due

Kevin and Lori Kaczka
Entrada Design Group

We certainly understand editors and staff writers are only as good as the information in which they receive. In the case of Trilogy Partners, we regret that the content provided for the article “Trilogy Partners Creates Homes with Souls” (SDN, April 13) excluded the key members of the design team. As business owners in this industry we should all be allowed due credit for our intellectual property. We feel it is our obligation to the community and to the highly talented business associates in Summit County and Colorado, who poured their hearts into Calecho and other “Trilogy Partners” homes, to provide public clarification.

There are so many talented people we personally thank; those who are additionally responsible for the beautiful home known as Calecho and the Parker/Stone Residence among others. You deserve to be acknowledged as an essential part of these projects. For those of you actually responsible for the interiors, metal work, timber work and all the other intricate, thoughtful details that went into these homes, you did a fantastic job!

Entrada Design Group is no longer associated with Trilogy Partners, Colorado Building Company, its affiliates or employees.

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