CONTINUING a mighty winning streak, Adrian Zorzi has added two Master Builders Australia national awards to its rapidly growing collection.
The West Perth-based building company returned to WA from the 2016 Master Builders Australia National Excellence in Building & Construction Awards in Canberra on November 24 with the new title of National Residential Master Builder of the Year along with a win for its impressive Witchcliffe residence in the national luxury project home over $2 million category.
This comes off the back of the same home being named Master Builders Association of WA’s top WA home and best country home.
“I see this as a win not just for our team at Adrian Zorzi but also for the WA building industry as a whole,” managing director Adrian Zorzi said.
“There is an incredible pool of construction talent and craftsmen in our state and our Witchcliffe home is testament to that.”The winning three-storey Georgian-style residence in WA’s South-West includes artisan features such as natural timber veneer cabinetry and custom-stained American oak floors.
The opulent home is located on a remote site and caters comfortably to three generations in the client’s family.
“Everyone in our team – from designers and supervisors, to site workers and tilers – took an incredible amount of pride in delivering his home, which is evident in every detail,” Mr Zorzi said.
“To have it recognised with this prestigious Master Builders Association award is a credit to everyone who worked on it.
“We always have wonderful feedback from clients who love their new homes but to also receive recognition from the industry is an honour and validation that the construction excellence we hold ourselves to for each and every project is being appreciated.”
Master Builders Association of WA executive director Michael McLean said Mr Zorzi’s win shone a spotlight on WA’s South-West region and highlighted the absolute pinnacle of craftsmanship and talent of the skilled local tradespeople.
“In a time of economic downturn in WA, winning the prestigious Master Builders Australia national award for Residential Builder of the Year reflects the quality workmanship of residential builders across WA who are ready and willing to build your dream home,” he said.
Mr McLean said the win was a triumph for the 37-year-old third-generation builder.
“Winning the award for best-built home in the country against thousands of entries over the past 12 months is an incredible achievement.
“It highlights the skills of the builder, Adrian Zorzi, the high standard of his supervision, and the quality of his team of specialist contractors and suppliers.”
Other WA winners on the night include Built for its work on the Old Treasury Buildings and Doric Contractors for the City of Perth Library.