The Central Coast had 12 winners/finalists in the prestigious 2016 HIA-CSR Hunter Housing and Kitchen and Bathroom Awards ceremony held in October.
Over 500 members of the local residential construction industry were on hand when the winners and finalists were announced. Held before a crowd of local industry leaders and peers from across the Hunter and Central Coast regions, the awards acknowledge the talent of designers, builders, suppliers and manufacturers who plan and construct quality new homes, townhouses, renovations, kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor projects. Living Green Designer Homes Pty Ltd, Mooney Mooney and Wamberal branches were two of the Coast’s big winners scoring fi ve wins on the night including: Renovation/ Addition Project $250,000 – $500,000, Townhouse/ Villa Development over fi ve Dwellings, Townhouse/ Villa Development of the Year (Wamberal branch), Townhouse/Villa Development two-fi ve Dwellings, and Green Smart Energy Efficiency (Mooney Mooney branch). Apollo Kitchens Terrigal, AspectZ Forresters Beach, and Planit Enterprises Pty Ltd Copacabana, were also winners on the night taking out the Kitchen $50,000- $70,000 and Kitchen Design (Apollo Kitchens), Affordable Housing (Aspect Z) and Kitchen $25,000- $35,000 (Planit Enterprises) categories. Tullipan Homes Pty Ltd Terrigal, BBM Constructions Pty Ltd MacMasters Beach, Planit Enterprises Pty Ltd Glenning Valley, Bon Detail and Design Terrigal and Vogue Kitchens Australia, Narara and Saratoga, were all finalists in their respective categories. HIA Hunter Executive Director, Mr Craig Jennion, said “HIA members are dedicated to achieving the very best workmanship and standards in every project they undertake. “HIA’s Awards provide a tremendous opportunity for our members to showcase their projects and highlight building and design excellence,” he said. “HIA is delighted with the exceptional quality of entries and level of competition this year. “With a record number of entries, all winners and finalists should be proud to have reached the pinnacle of building standards demonstrated in these awards,” Mr Jennion added. Overall winners in major categories will now represent the HIA Hunter region at the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards in 2017, to compete for national titles against winners from other HIA Regions.
Media release, Oct 22, 2016 Craig Jennion, HIA Hunter Region