The HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards are the ultimate platform to showcase the talents of the nation’s top builders and designers. Winners are selected from state-based finalists, with awards in 21 separate categories.
HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Yearis the top accolade, and this year it has been presented to Western Australian builder Gransden Construction. The project also won the award for the Australian Custom Built Home of the Year, partnered by Stramit Building Products.
The judges were impressed with the execution of the build and the material combination, and described this home as an exemplary masterpiece.
HIA Managing Director Shane Goodwin said the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards are the pinnacle of housing awards and reflect the increasingly diverse and competitive Australian housing industry.
“HIA is committed to recognising the outstanding achievements of our members. Each year a high calibre of entries is presented, reflecting the exceptional standard HIA members place on workmanship, innovation and design.
“This year, we have seen outstanding projects. HIA members have exceeded themselves in quality workmanship and design. It is my pleasure to congratulate each winner for the hard work and dedication they continue to display. From sustainable initiatives to incredible workmanship, these homes are remarkable and we are proud to call these winners HIA members.”
HIA is Australia’s peak building industry body representing more than 40,000 builders, suppliers and contractors involved in residential construction.
Judged by industry professionals, the awards acknowledge the talent of builders, designers and building companies who plan and construct quality new housing, apartments, renovations, kitchens and bathrooms.
2015 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards winners2015 HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year - Gransden Construction, Western Australia
2015 HIA Apartment of the Year (Partnered by HIA Finance) - Giorgi Exclusive Homes, Western Australia
2015 HIA Townhouse/Villa of the Year (Partnered by NewHomesGuide.com.au) - BCG Constructions, Victoria
2015 HIA Custom Built Home (Partnered by Stramit Building Products) - Gransden Construction, Western Australia
2015 HIA Display Home (Partnered by NewHomesGuide.com.au) - Metricon Homes, South Australia
2015 HIA Outdoor Project (Partnered by HIA Insurance Services) - Crown Group, New South Wales
2015 HIA Project Home (Partnered by OneSteel Reinforcing) - Planbuild Homes, Queensland
2015 HIA Renovation/Addition Project (Partnered by HIA Insurance Services) - Spacemaker Home Extensions, Victoria
2015 HIA Spec Home of the Year (Partnered by Stratco Australia) - Stonehaven Homes, Victoria
2015 HIA Special Purpose Housing Project (Partnered by HIA Vehicles) – Strongbuild, New South Wales
2015 HIA Apartment Complex (Partnered by Toyota Fleet) - Mirvac Docklands, Victoria
2015 HIA Townhouse/Villa Development (Partnered by Rheem Australia) – Strongbuild, New South Wales
2015 HIA Bathroom of the Year (Partnered by GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens) - Bubbles Bathrooms, Victoria
2015 HIA Bathroom Design (Partnered by GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens) - Brindabella Bathrooms, New South Wales
2015 HIA Kitchen of the Year (Partnered by Laminex Australia) - JAG Kitchens, South Australia
2015 HIA Kitchen Design (Partnered by Laminex Australia) - JAG Kitchens, South Australia
2015 HIA Professional Major Builder (Partnered by Reece) - Henley Properties Group, Victoria
2015 HIA Professional Medium Builder/ Renovator (Partnered by Reece) - Latitude 37 Group, Victoria
2015 HIA Professional Small Builder/Renovator (Partnered by Reece) - Ronald Young & Co Builders, Tasmania
2015 HIA Jim Brookes Australian Apprentice (Partnered by Stratco Australia) - Adam Cocks, South Australia
2015 HIA Business Partner (Partnered by BUPA HIA Health Plan) - Rebecca Rossi, Ultimo Constructions, Western Australia
Images: Australian Home of the Year (Gransden Construction); Australian Outdoor Project (Crown Group); Australian Apartment Complex (Mirvac Docklands); Australian Renovation/Addition Project (Spacemaker Home Extensions); and Australian Kitchen of the Year (JAG Kitchens).