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HIA-CSR Hunter Housing Awards winners announced

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HIA-CSR Hunter Housing Awards winners announced

Media release
Outstanding projects from across the Hunter and Central Coast regions announced on 22 October at 2022 Hunter Awards. Greenbuild Constructions wins 2022 HIA-CSR Hunter Home of the Year Award.

Greenbuild Constructions won the pinnacle award at the 2022 HIA-CSR Hunter Housing and Kitchen & Bathrooms Awards, being presented the HIA-CSR Hunter Home of the Year award for a skillfully constructed project with spectacular panoramic views across Port Stephens.

The Awards were announced on 22 October in front of a capacity audience of industry leaders and peers from across the Hunter and Central Coast regions. The Awards acknowledged the talent of designers, builders, suppliers and manufacturers who plan and construct quality new homes, townhouses, renovations, kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor projects.

Judged by industry professionals, the best of the regions residential building industry were selected as winners in 33 separate categories with Greenbuild Constructions taking out an impressive 7 awards on the night.

HIA Hunter Executive Director Craig Jennion congratulated Greenbuild Constructions and all Hunter Award winners and finalists. “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.

Other notable winners included McDonald Jones Homes for ‘Display Home of the Year’, Trademark Building for ‘Renovation/Addition Project of the Year’, Innercity Building Group for ‘Spec Home of the Year’ and ‘Townhouse/Villa Development of the Year’ and Kingston Building for ‘Affordable Housing of the Year’.

The winners of the prestigious HIA Professional Builder awards were, Walkom Constructions for Professional Small Builder / Renovator, Tullipan Homes for Professional Medium Builder / Renovator, and Eden Brae Homes for Professional Major Builder. Lachlan Condie was a worthy ‘Apprentice of the Year’ winner.

In the Kitchen and Bathroom categories Greenbuild Constructions took out the double of ‘Kitchen Project of the Year’ and ‘Bathroom Project of the Year’ awards, while Nadin West Joinery took out the inaugural Cabinetmaker/Kitchen Manufacturer of the Year award.

Mr Jennion congratulated all 2022 entrants. “HIA is delighted with the exceptional quality of entries and level of competition this year. In a year that has thrown up many challenges all winners and finalists should be proud to have reached the pinnacle of excellence as demonstrated in these awards,” he said.

Overall winners in major categories will now represent the HIA Hunter region at the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards in 2023 to compete for national titles against winners from other HIA Regions.

A selection of photos of the HIA-CSR Hunter Home of the Year and other winners are available. For photos contact HIA Events on 02 4014 2000 or email hunter_events@hia.com.au

For further information on the awards please contact Craig Jennion, HIA Hunter Executive Director on 0414 872 090 or c.jennion@hia.com.au.

2022 HIA-CSR Hunter Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Award Winners

Category Partnered by Winner
HIA-CSR Hunter Home of the Year CSR Greenbuild Constructions
Professional Major Builder * Dahlsens for the builder Eden Brae Homes
Professional Medium Builder / Renovator * Dahlsens for the builder Tullipan Homes
Professional Small Builder / Renovator * HIA Insurance Services Walkom Constructions
Small Business Management * TAFE NSW Lizelle Butler
Apprentice of the Year * Stratco Lachlan Condie
Apprentice Host Trainer of the Year * TAFE NSW Ryan Barnett
Custom Built Home of the Year * Wideline Windows & Doors Greenbuild Constructions
Custom Built Home up to $500,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Baxco Homes
Custom Built Home $500,001 - $600,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Mavid Construction
Custom Built Home $600,001 - $700,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Yarrum Designer Homes
Custom Built Home $700,001 - $800,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Yarrum Designer Homes
Custom Built Home $800,001 - $1,000,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Jon Clark Building
Custom Built Home $1,000,001 - $1,500,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Len Pro Building
Custom Built Home $1,500,001 - $2,000,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Gremmo Homes
Custom Built Home $2,000,001 - $3,000,000 Wideline Windows & Doors Construct Central Coast
Custom Built Home over $3,000,001 Wideline Windows & Doors Greenbuild Constructions
Display Home of the Year * Buildcert. McDonald Jones Homes
Display Home $300,001 - $325,000 Buildcert. Bellriver Homes
Display Home $325,001 - $350,000 Buildcert. Montgomery Homes
Display Home $350,001 - $375,000 Buildcert. Hudson Homes
Display Home $375,001 - $400,000 Buildcert. Valletta Homes
Display Home $400,001 - $430,000 Buildcert. Coral Homes
Display Home $430,001 - $450,000 Buildcert. Eden Brae Homes
Display Home $450,001 - $475,000 Buildcert. McDonald Jones Homes
Display Home $475,001 - $500,000 Buildcert. Montgomery Homes
Display Home over $500,001 Buildcert. McDonald Jones Homes
Renovation / Addition Project of the Year * Japanese Timber Australia Trademark Building
Renovation / Addition Project up to $300,000 Japanese Timber Australia Sam Horn Building
Renovation / Addition Project $300,001 - $350,000 Japanese Timber Australia Azpect Construction
Renovation / Addition Project $350,001 - $500,000 Japanese Timber Australia Sam Horn Building
Renovation / Addition Project $500,001 - $750,000 Japanese Timber Australia East Elevation Construction
Renovation / Addition Project $750,001 - $1,500,000 Japanese Timber Australia Josh Falk Builder
Renovation / Addition Project over $1,500,001 Japanese Timber Australia Trademark Building
Project Home of the Year * BusinessCraft Hotondo Homes Newcastle & Lake Mac.
Project Home up to $400,000 BusinessCraft Hotondo Homes Newcastle & Lake Mac.
Project Home over $400,001 BusinessCraft Hotondo Homes Newcastle & Lake Mac.
Spec Home of the Year * TRUECORE® steel Innercity Building Group
Townhouse/Villa Development of the Year * BGC Fibre Cement Plasterboard Innercity Building Group
Townhouse/Villa Development (up to 2 dwellings) BGC Fibre Cement Plasterboard Mavid Construction
Townhouse/Villa Development (3-5 dwellings) BGC Fibre Cement Plasterboard Innercity Building Group
Townhouse/Villa Development (over 5 dwellings) BGC Fibre Cement Plasterboard Mavid Construction
Townhouse/Villa of the Year * BGC Fibre Cement Plasterboard Bayview Building Services
Apartment Complex of the Year * SEE Business Solutions WR Building & Property
Affordable Housing of the Year The Newcastle Herald Kingston Building
Specialised Housing of the Year * Bristol Paints Hunter Region Kingston Building
GreenSmart Sustainable Home of the Year Weathertex Home In Place
Outdoor Project of the Year * Newcastle Gas Log Fires Trademark Building
Residential Design of the Year Hunter & Coastal Lifestyle Mag Sorensen Design & Planning
Residential Interior Design of the Year King Living Gremmo Homes
Excellence in Showroom Display TEXO Thynk Co
Trade Workmanship The Wests Group SAGE Painting
Work Health & Safety SafeWork NSW Eden Brae Homes
Work Health & Safety – Small Business SafeWork NSW Butler Building
Product Innovation Cutcher & Neale Accounting and Financial Services The Australian Reinforcing Company
Bathroom Project of the Year * Highgrove Bathrooms Greenbuild Constructions
Bathroom Project up to $20,000 Highgrove Bathrooms Mavid Construction
Bathroom Project $20,001 - $25,000 Highgrove Bathrooms Butler Building
Bathroom Project $25,001 - $40,000 Highgrove Bathrooms Sam Horn Building
Bathroom Project over $40,001 Highgrove Bathrooms Greenbuild Constructions
Bathroom in a Display Home Rogerseller Hunter Homes
Bathroom Design of the Year * Reece Rennie-Vate
Kitchen Project of the Year * Winning Appliances Bliss Kitchens & Joinery
Kitchen Project up to $25,000 Winning Appliances Kitchens for Living
Kitchen Project $25,001 - $35,000 Winning Appliances Kitchens for Living
Kitchen Project $35,001 - $45,000 Winning Appliances Sam Horn Building
Kitchen Project $45,001 - $60,000 Winning Appliances Bayview Building Services & Valley Kitchens and Joinery
Kitchen Project over $60,001 Winning Appliances Bliss Kitchens & Joinery
Kitchen in a Display Home Maitland & Port Stephens Toyota McDonald Jones Homes
Kitchen Design of the Year * HIA Apprentices Nadin West Joinery
Cabinetmaker/Kitchen Manufacturer of the Year Oddfish Media Newcastle Nadin West Joinery

* Overall winners in major categories will now represent the HIA Hunter region at the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards in 2023 to compete for national titles against winners from other HIA Regions.

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