For 55 years, the Gold Nugget Awards have raised the bar for innovative architecture, planning, and construction concepts that solve fundamental building industry needs through good design. The program recently announced its 2018 honorees at an awards ceremony and gala at San Francisco's Moscone Center during PCBC, the Pacific Coast's regional conference and trade show for real estate development.

From a field of over 700 U.S. and international entries, judges selected merit winners and one grand winner in 50 categories, including single-family production, custom homes, commercial, office space, renovated projects, mixed-use, affordable, multifamily projects, and site planning. The judges praised creative approaches to classic concepts and the depth of detail executed in the winning projects.

Below is a collection of the winning projects in the renovation categories.

Best Renovated or Restored Single House— Private Residence, Los Angeles
Builder: Tyler Development Corporation; Architect: Landry Design Group, Inc.

Erhard Pfeiffer

Best Interior Renovations— RDC-S111 Urban Office, Long Beach, Calif.
Architect: Studio One Eleven

Fotoworks, Benny Chan

Best Renovated, Restored, or Adaptive Re-Use Residential Project— Fénix at Calaveras, Fresno, Calif.
Builder: Brown Construction, Inc.; Architect: RL Davidson Inc. Architecture

Kendyl Day

This year's Gold Nugget jury was made up of the industry's top designers, planners, and builders: Cindy Harvey, principal at RNL in Denver; Pierrette Tierney-Magleby, vice president of business development at Magleby Construction in Park City, Utah; Phil Hove, principal at HOVE Design Alliance in Laguna Beach, Calif; Eric C. Brown, principal at Artisan Homes Realty in Scottsdale, Ariz., Greg G. Bucilla, president at Bucilla Group Architecture in Irvine, Calif., and Builder's senior associate editor of design, Leah Demirjian.

View the full list of winners across all the categories here.