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    WA builder wins 2015 HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year award

    Housing Industry Association

    Winners of the 2015 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards were announced recently at a special ceremony held at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre.

    Considered a prestigious awards event for the residential building industry, the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards showcase the talents of the nation’s top builders and designers. Winners are selected from state-based finalists, with awards given out in 21 separate categories.

    The top accolade, HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year was won by Western Australian builder Gransden Construction. The project also won the award for the Australian Custom Built Home of the Year, partnered by Stramit Building Products.

    Describing the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards as the pinnacle of housing awards, HIA Managing Director Shane Goodwin said that the awards program reflects the increasingly diverse and competitive Australian housing industry.

    Congratulating each winner for their hard work and dedication, he noted that the high calibre of entries presented each year reflected the exceptional standard placed by HIA members on workmanship, innovation and design.

    The Housing Industry Association (HIA) is Australia’s peak building industry body representing more than 40,000 builders, suppliers and contractors involved in residential construction.

    Judged by industry professionals, the awards acknowledge the talent of builders, designers and building companies who plan and construct quality new housing, apartments, renovations, kitchens and bathrooms.

    Winners of 2015 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards

    Giorgi Exclusive Homes from Western Australia won Australian Apartment of the Year, partnered by HIA Finance.

    Mirvac Docklands from Victoria won Australian Apartment Complex of the Year, partnered by Toyota Fleet.

    BCG Constructions from Victoria won Australian Townhouse/Villa of the Year, partnered by NewHomesGuide.com.au.

    Strongbuild from NSW won Australian Townhouse/Villa Development of the Year, partnered by Rheem Australia, for Norwest Central - a multi-residential project.

    Strongbuild from NSW also won Australian Special Purpose Housing Project of the Year, partnered by HIA Vehicles for the Arbour Retirement Village in Berry.

    Stonehaven Homes from Victoria won Australian Spec Home of the Year, partnered by Stratco Australia.

    Metricon Homes from South Australia won Australian Display Home of the Year, partnered by NewHomesGuide.com.au.

    Spacemaker Home Extensions from Victoria won Australian Renovation/Addition Project of the Year, partnered by HIA Insurance Services.

    Crown Group from NSW won Australian Outdoor Project of the Year, partnered by HIA Insurance Services.

    Planbuild Homes from Queensland won Australian Project Home of the Year, partnered by OneSteel Reinforcing.

    Brindabella Bathrooms from NSW won Australian Bathroom Design of the Year, partnered by GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens.

    Bubbles Bathrooms from Victoria won Australian Bathroom of the Year, partnered by GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens.

    JAG Kitchens from South Australia won Australian Kitchen Design of the Year, partnered by Laminex Australia.

    Adam Cocks from South Australia won the Jim Brookes Australian Apprentice of the Year, partnered by Stratco Australia.

    Henley Properties Group from Victoria won Australian Professional Major Builder of the Year, partnered by Reece.

    Latitude 37 Group from Victoria won Australian Professional Medium Builder / Renovator of the Year, partnered by Reece.

    Ronald Young & Co Builders from Tasmania won Australian Professional Small Builder /Renovator of the Year, partnered by Reece.

    Rebecca Rossi from Western Australia won Australian Business Partner of the Year, partnered by BUPA HIA Health Plan. 

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