Mandurah builders recognised for building excellence at HIA Perth Housing Awards

This Wannanup home won the Custom Built Home $475,001-$625,000 title.
This Wannanup home won the Custom Built Home $475,001-$625,000 title.

TWO Mandurah-based builders received accolades for building excellence at the HIA Truecore Steel Perth Housing Awards.

Cachet Homes triumphed in the Custom Built Home $475,001-$625,000 category for a Wannanup project.

This Wannanup home topped the Custom Built Home $475,001-$625,000 category.
Inside the winning Wannanup home.

Also in the Custom Built Home category, Mandurah Homes won the $2,600,001-$4,000,000 award for a Madora Bay build.

A Madora Bay build won the Custom Built Home $2,600,001-$4,000,000 award.

Osborne Park-based builders scooped up Display Home gongs for their Golden Bay showcases, with Momu succeeding in the $190,001-$210,000 category for a display on Calooli Grove, Redink Homes in the $460,001-$500,000 category for a display also on Calooli Grove and 101 Residential in the $500,001-$700,000 category for a display on Thundelarra Drive.

This City Beach project was named the Perth Home of the Year.

 

Of the 70 trophies handed out, the highest accolade went to Floreat-based Tony Tomizzi Builders, which won the Perth Home of the Year award on top of the John Pietersen Award for Custom Built Home of the Year for a City Beach project.

The Summit Homes Group was a major winner, taking home seven titles in the Display Home, Renovation/Addition Project and Transportable/Kit Home categories.

HIA chief judge Max Pirone said this year’s judging process highlighted once again the talent and innovation in Perth’s building and construction industry and the value for money offered in the projects.

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