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HIA Tasmanian Award Winners

HIA-CSR Tasmanian Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards

Media release

HIA Tasmanian Award Winners

HIA-CSR Tasmanian Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards

Media release
Stunning Otago Bay Home by Delaney & Co and Clever Design Wins HIA-CSR Tasmanian Home of the Year.

Custom builder Delaney & Co and Clever Design have won the 2023 HIA-CSR Tasmanian Home of the Year for Otago Edge, a stunning home delivered to the highest level of quality construction and detailing, overlooking Otago Bay.

The result was announced to a packed audience at the Hobart Grand Chancellor, full of Tasmania’s leading residential builders, designers and manufacturers who gathered to celebrate the 2023 HIA-CSR Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards, in a memorable evening of industry recognition, entertainment and glamour.

HIA Tasmania Executive Director Stuart Collins said “The judges follow a meticulous process considering a range of elements including quality of workmanship, design effectiveness, visual and market appeal, and innovation, and could not fault the quality of the Delaney & Co  and Clever Design entry despite the build involving the highest degree of difficulty.”

“From the moment you step inside, precision craftsmanship and attention to detail are evident in every feature. The outdoor spaces are equally exceptional, with an in-ground spa and a complex mechanical lid system, an in-situ concrete fire pit and seating area, and green walls that provide a soft texture to the front elevation.”

“The judges were impressed with many of the unique project innovations including a concrete entry bridge spanning a freshwater pond, a stonework façade with solid Western Red Cedar timber beams, and a glass cabinet showcasing a vintage 1969 BSA motorcycle.”

“The judges also commented on the state-of-the-art kitchen, custom-built doors, and intricate plasterwork.”

“Without a doubt this is a remarkable example of the exceptional quality and workmanship available in Tasmania and is a great testament to Delaney & Co and Clever Design,” said Mr Collins.

Delaney & Co and Clever Design also won Custom Built Home of the Year, Bathroom of the Year and Outdoor Project for their Otago Edge project.

Other outstanding winners of major awards on the night included Lyden Builders and Pinnacle Drafting & Design for Specialised Housing; Lyden Builders for Display Home, Apartment Complex and Apartment of the Year; Delpero & Clements Builders for Townhouse/Villa; Jakobovski Homes for GreenSmart Sustainable Home; Compatible Construction for Townhouse/Villa Development and Cunic Homes was awarded Renovation/Addition Project of the Year.

The 2023 HIA-CSR Tasmanian Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards evening also celebrated the best kitchens and bathrooms. Kitchen of the Year was awarded to Davies Design & Construction while Bathroom Design and Kitchen Design went to Clever Design.

This year’s awards also featured a number of individual winners that have made significant contributions to industry. HIA Apprentice of the Year is Oliver Burnell from Ronald Young & Co Builder with his employer winning Host Trainer of the Year. Young Achiever went to Mel Ransley from St Joseph Affordable Homes, Professional Service Excellence to Esther Fletcher-Jones from Tasmanian Fire Services and Small Business Management to Kyle Zanetto from Zanetto Builders.

In the hotly contested professional builder awards, Zanetto Builders, St Joseph Affordable Homes and Wilson Homes won Small, Medium and Major Professional Builder/Renovator respectively.

Mr Collins further said “We’re extremely proud of the work that has been recognised on such a significant night for HIA Tasmania and its members and express our sincere gratitude to all the entrants and industry partners that support this vitally important industry.”

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For more information please contact:

Stuart Collins

Executive Director – Tasmania
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