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“This year marked the 51st anniversary of the NSW awards which were held virtually again due to COVID-19 restrictions. It was great to see so many entrants and partners tuning in and celebrating with staff and family from locations and parties around the state” said David Bare Executive Director HIA NSW.
The coveted 2021 HIA-CSR NSW Home of the Year award went to Heanesbuilt for their ‘Contemplation House’ in the Byron Bay area. Effectively managing the challenges presented by the site, complex construction elements and attention to detail impressed the judges. The home also won the NSW Custom Built Home and the Custom Built Home over $3 million and will represent the NSW region at the 2022 HIA Australian Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards, to be held on the Gold Coast in April 2022.
Kitchen of the Year was taken out by Degabriele Kitchens NSW and Bathroom of the Year by Avant Constructions.
Two of the most important awards categories are the HIA NSW Roger Pysden Apprentice of the Year which went to Luke Davis from John McDonald Building Services and the NSW Business Partner awarded to Catherine Romeo from The Perfect Space Design + Build.
Adenbrook Homes, Masterton Homes, Fairmont Homes, Firstyle Homes, Kurmond Homes and Metricon Homes all picked up awards in the highly contested display homes categories with Raymond Vincent Homes taking out Display Home of the Year.
Eden Brae Homes won the Professional Major Builder award with Fairmont Homes taking out Professional Medium Builder. Blue Eco Homes won the Professional Small Builder award for the second year in a row.
To add to their haul Heanesbuilt also took out Apartment Complex of the Year. The Renovation / Addition Project of the year was awarded to Critharis Constructions.
“Congratulations to all this year’s winners and finalists for outstanding achievements in workmanship, innovation and design. The winners of major categories can look forward to progressing to HIA’s national awards next year and I wish them every success” concluded Mr Bare.
|Winner||State Category||Partnered by|
|Heanesbuilt||2021 HIA CSR NSW Home of the Year||CSR Limited|
|Heanesbuilt||Custom Built Home over $3 million||Companion Systems|
|Heanesbuilt||NSW Custom Built Home of the Year||Companion Systems|
|Heanesbuilt||NSW Apartment Complex||Miele|
|Active Building||NSW Outdoor Project of the Year||Stratco|
|Adenbrook Homes Greater Sydney and Wollongong||Display Home up to $300,000||Beacon Commercial|
|ARC Renovation & Construction||Residential Interior Design||CSR Limited|
|Artek Developments||Custom Built Home $600,001 to $1 million||Companion Systems|
|Artek Developments||GreenSmart Sustainable Home||Panasonic Air Conditioning|
|Avant Constructions||Medium Bathroom 6sqm to 10sqm||Caroma|
|Avant Constructions||NSW Bathroom of the Year||Caroma|
|Bayside Built||Renovations / Additions Project $500,001 to $1 million||Bunnings Trade|
|Binet Homes||NSW Spec Home of the Year||Alinta Energy|
|Blue Eco Homes||Professional Small Builder / Renovator||HIA Insurance Services|
|Blue Label Construction||NSW Townhouse / Villa of the Year of the Year||Weathertex|
|Brickwood Building with Catherine de Meur Interiors||Small Bathroom up to 6sqm||Caroma|
|Catherine Romeo||NSW Business Partner of the Year||HIA Insurance Services|
|Concepts By Gavin Hepper||NSW Kitchen Design of the Year||Fisher & Paykel|
|Construction By Design NSW||NSW Project Home of the Year||Colorbond|
|Craig Young Homes||Townhouse / Villa Development over 10 dwellings||Rheem|
|Critharis Constructions||Renovations / Additions Project over $2 million||Bunnings Trade|
|Critharis Constructions||NSW Renovation / Addition Project of the Year||Bunnings Trade|
|Degabriele Kitchens NSW||Large Kitchen Over 25sqm||Fisher & Paykel|
|Degabriele Kitchens NSW||NSW Kitchen of the Year||Fisher & Paykel|
|Degabriele Kitchens NSW||Cabinetmaker / Kitchen Manufacturer||Taqua|
|Eden Brae Homes||Professional Major Builder||Fisher & Paykel|
|Eden Brae Homes||Work Health and Safety||SafeWork NSW|
|EST Building||Custom Built Home Up to $600,000||Companion Systems|
|Fairmont Homes NSW||Professional Medium Builder / Renovator||Apollo Joinery Group|
|Fairmont Homes NSW||Display Home $350,001 - $400,000||Beacon Commercial|
|Firstyle Homes||NSW Bathroom in a Display Home of the Year||Caroma|
|Firstyle Homes||Display Home $400,001 - $450,000||Beacon Commercial|
|Futureflip||Custom Built Home $1 million to $2 million||Companion Systems|
|Gremmo Homes||NSW Specialised Housing of the Year||CSR Limited|
|IQR Projects||Custom Built Home $2 million to $3 million||Companion Systems|
|JL Building||Renovations / Additions Project $1.5 million to $2 million||Bunnings Trade|
|Kurmond Homes||Display Home $450,001 - $500,000||Beacon Commercial|
|Lexpol Group Pty Ltd||NSW Apartment of the Year||Miele|
|Luke Davis||NSW Roger Pysden Apprentice||Eden Brae Homes|
|Mageia Design||NSW Bathroom Design of the Year||Caroma|
|Mageia Design||Large Bathroom over 10sqm||Caroma|
|Masterton Homes||Display Home $300,001 - $350,000||Beacon Commercial|
|Metricon Homes||NSW Kitchen in a Display Home of the Year||Winhome|
|Metricon Homes||Display Home $500,001 - $750,000||Beacon Commercial|
|Minosa with Panache Kitchens||Small Kitchen up to 15sqm||Fisher & Paykel|
|Raymond Vincent Homes||Display Home over $750,001||Beacon Commercial|
|Raymond Vincent Homes||NSW Display Home of the Year||Beacon Commercial|
|Rudder Construction||Medium Kitchen 15sqm to 25sqm||Fisher & Paykel|
|Rudder Construction||Townhouse / Villa Development 2 to 10 dwellings||Rheem|
|Rudder Construction||NSW Townhouse / Villa Development of the Year||Rheem|
|Seaside Building and Design||Renovations / Additions Project Up to $500,000||Bunnings Trade|
|Sundancer Homes||NSW Affordable Housing of the Year||Professional Certification Group|
|Tablelands Builders||Renovations / Additions Project $1 million to $1.5 million||Bunnings Trade|
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