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Two New NCIDQs

Join us in congratulating GBBNers Julie Endres and Kathryn Haley, who recently earned their NCIDQ certifications.

Administered by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ), certified interior designers must complete a minimum of six years of specialized education and work experience and pass the three-part NCIDQ Exam. The exam is rooted in the Council’s independent, comprehensive analysis of the profession and the daily practice of interior design in a range of settings. “The more knowledge we have as designers, the more we can help our clients create successful projects,” says Julie.

Holding professional certifications lets our clients know that the work we do for them is of the highest caliber and follows a systematic process, including research, analysis, expert knowledge, and creative solutions that adhere to code and regulatory requirements and encourage the principles of sustainability. “I pursued certification because it demonstrates my commitment and dedication to the profession and expands my knowledge on standards for public health, safety, and welfare,” says Kathryn.

Congratulations Julie and Kathryn!

Learn more about Julie and Kathryn.