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Sunshine Coast Wide Bay Housing Awards winners

HIA-TRUECORE® steel Sunshine Coast/Wide Bay Housing Awards

Media release

Sunshine Coast Wide Bay Housing Awards winners

HIA-TRUECORE® steel Sunshine Coast/Wide Bay Housing Awards

Media release
The highly anticipated HIA-TRUECORE steel Sunshine Coast/Wide Bay Housing Awards celebrated the pinnacle of innovation, design, and craftsmanship in the home construction industry. Hosted on 13 October, the event showcased an exceptional array of homes that redefine modern living and raised the bar for architectural excellence.

The coveted "Home of the Year" title was proudly claimed by Nick Hayes Constructions, which demonstrated a relentless pursuit of perfection. The winning masterpiece, located in the scenic Dicky Beach, is a true marvel that seamlessly blends luxury, functionality, and innovation. This sprawling abode boasts a private tennis court for the athletic at heart, stunning beachfront views that capture the essence of coastal living, and a meticulously designed Atrium that floods the living spaces with natural light. The home represents a harmonious synergy between nature and architecture, a testament to the craftsmanship and vision of Nick Hayes Constructions.

In the court of public opinion, the "People's Choice Award" was secured by Becker Constructions for their efforts creating a beautiful home at Golden Beach. This award reflects the overwhelming support of the community for Becker Constructions dedication to creating a space that resonates with homeowners' dreams and aspirations.

The 2023 Housing Awards received an unprecedented number of entries, making it a landmark event in the industry's history. The awards ceremony showcased the industry's growth, creativity, and resilience, even in the face of challenging times.

"This year's awards were a celebration of innovation, creativity, and sheer determination, particulalry given the challenges of the last two years" remarked Michael Roberts, HIA’s Queensland Executive Director.

"The quality of submissions was unparalleled and highlights the exceptional talent and commitment of our local builders and designers. These awards not only recognise their achievements but also inspire others to strive for greatness."

The HIA-TRUECORE steel Sunshine Coast/Wide Bay Housing Awards continue to shine a spotlight on the region's most outstanding homes and the remarkable individuals behind them. As the winners' accomplishments inspire future generations, these awards serve as a driving force behind the continuous evolution of the home construction industry.

Thank you to the Awards partners TRUECORE steel, Avid Property Group, Axia Litigation Lawyers, Harvey Norman Commercial, HIA Insurance Services, Miele, My Weekly Preview, Network Steel, Samios Plumbing, Suncoast Building Approvals, Sunshine Coast Council, and Sunshine Mitre 10.

View 2023 winners

For more information please contact:

Mike Roberts

Executive Director – Queensland
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