WA builders have taken out three awards at the 2016 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards.
Dale Alcock Homes was named Australian Professional Major Builder for the fourth time in five years.
The Osborne Park-based company has been operating for almost 30 years and has grown from a handful of employees to a business that averages 700 new home builds a year.
Dale Alcock Homes general manager Cameron Lade said taking top honours once again was a huge accolade, especially given the high standard of competition from across the country.
“To win this prestigious national award for the fourth time is unprecedented,” Mr Lade said.
“Each and every one of our employees has been part of this success and should be congratulated on their hard work, dedication and attitude.”
Cottesloe-based Humphrey Homes won the Australian Professional Small Builder award.
“The HIA’s award assessment is a rigorous process and the Humphrey Homes’ team is honoured to be recognised with this award,” managing director Dean Humphrey said.
“All our team is committed to practices that deliver our top quality service and peace of mind to clients and it is very rewarding for us to be recognised nationally for that commitment.”
Devrite Homes of Distinction co-owner Jay Mangano received Australian Business Partner honours.
The 21 award categories acknowledge the talent of builders, designers and building companies who plan and construct quality new housing, apartments, renovations, kitchens and bathrooms.
HIA managing director Shane Goodwin said the awards provided a tremendous opportunity for members to showcase their projects and highlight building and design excellence.