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Tools were down to celebrate the building and construction industry’s best and brightest at the 2023 National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards in Perth on Saturday night.

Master Builders Australia CEO Denita Wawn congratulated the winners of the 51 award categories and finalists for reaching this highly competitive stage.

The annual three-day event culminates in the announcement of the country’s best builders in residential, commercial and civil construction, recognising the projects that have won them acclaim.

Four major awards were announced on the night:

  • National Apprentice of the Year
  • Toyota National Young Builder of the Year
  • National Residential Master Builder of the Year
  • National Construction Master Builder of the Year

Built in JV with Obayashi (BOJV) & in partnership with Walker Corporation, took out the top spot winning the National Construction Master Builder of the Year Award for their work on 6 & 8 Parramatta Square.

“The 30,000 sqm Parramatta Square precinct comprises 4 commercial towers, plus a new civic library, council chambers and community facilities.

“The Joint venture with Obayashi and the Walker Corporation developed smart solutions to the complex problems of building this mega structure while still maintaining the desired function and appearance,” Ms Wawn said.

National Residential Master Builder of the Year V-Build Construction Services won the award for their Mountain View home project in Queensland.

“The stunning home reflecting the New Zealand mountain home combined with a US Ranch style, was a difficult build from the very start.

“The entire footprint of the house was excavated to rock, roads were built to access the estate, new electrical mains and fibre optical cabling was installed in addition to sewer treatment plants and half a million litres of water storage.

“The home is also an entertainer's dream with a whisky room, wine cellar, wine room, and commercially capable kitchen over four rooms, six fireplaces, and cinema.” Ms Wawn said.

Ellsie Mead from Tasmania was awarded National Apprentice of the Year for her ability to lead and excel in her role, especially considering her relative youth in the field.

“Ellsie's decision to pursue the WHS Certificate IV illustrates her foresight, dedication, and motivation to continually enhance her skills and knowledge. She has undeniably earned the distinction of being a standout as the 2023 National Apprentice of the Year Award,” Ms Wawn said.

South Australian Matthew Pezzuto was awarded Toyota Young National Builder of the Year. Since launching Horizon Construction Services, Matthew has demonstrated a commitment to quality, service and safety in the industry.

“Matthew has a strong focus on building excellent client relationships and producing quality results through a transparent, flexible, collaborative and proactive approach,” Ms Wawn said.

Master Builders acknowledges the awards platinum sponsors Toyota, CBUS, and major sponsors Shell Card, Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner, Wood Solutions, Master Builders Insurance Brokers, Timber Framing Collective, Archipro and Women Building Australia.

Media contact: Dee Zegarac, National Director, Media & Public Affairs

0400 493 071 | dee.zegarac@masterbuilders.com.au

 

 

Link to major award winner photos*

*Additional photos for other awards can be provided on request.

 

Full list of winners

Award

Winner

State

Project name

Best Use of Australian Made Products - Commercial

Monarch Building Solutions

ACT

Kia Showroom

National Renovations/Extensions Award – $650,000 to $1M

Manteena

ACT

Deakin

Toyota National Civil/Infrastructure Award over $25 million

Chincivil

ACT

Acton Waterfront Phase 2

National Fit-Out Award– under $5m

Maxcon NT

NT

Dripstone Middle School - STEAM Centre

WoodSolutions National Sustainability Residential Building Award

Blue Eco Homes

NSW

 

National Entertainment and Recreation Facility Award

John Holland

NSW

Sydney Football Stadium

National Commercial Historical Restoration/Renovation Award

Built

NSW

InterContinental Sydney Refurbishment

National President’s Award

Join Constructions

NSW

Shorebird House

ArchiPro National Renovations/Extensions Award - $1M to $2M

Build By Design

NSW

Treehouse

National Renovations/Extensions Award – over $2M

DCB

NSW

 

Shell Card National Display Home - $250,000 to $350,000

Firstyle Homes

NSW

KESWICK 21.6/FINESSE Facade

National Contract Home – $1M to $2M

Evolving Construction

NSW

Nonpareil

Cbus National Medium Density Award - Over 5 Dwellings

Impero Constructions

NSW

The Clermont Residences

National Lifestyle Housing for Seniors Award - Retirement Villages

Taylor

NSW

Gordon Quarter

Shell Card National Fit Out - over $10M

Buildcorp Group

NSW

Corrs QQT Fit-Out

National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – over $100 million

Built in JV with Obayashi (BOJV) & in partnership Walker Corporation

NSW

6&8 Parramatta Square

National Construction Master Builder of the Year

Built in JV with Obayashi (BOJV) & in partnership Walker Corporation

NSW

6&8 Parramatta Square

National Education Facility Award

Hutchinson Builders

QLD

Fortitude Valley State Secondary College — Stage 2

National Display Home – under $250,000

Ellis Developments QLD

QLD

The Haven

National Contract Home – under $350,000

Surfside Homes

QLD

Hale Residence

Master Builders Insurance Brokers National Contract Homes - $350,000 - $500,000 award

Hancock Homes

QLD

The Stradbroke

National Contract Home – $500,000 to $750,000

AusDesign Homes

QLD

Serenity Breeze

Timber Framing Collective National Contract Home – $750,000 to $1 million 

Troy Ware Constructions

QLD

Amaroo House

ArchiPro National Contract Home – $2 million to $4 million

Graya Construction

QLD

Larc

National Contract Home – Over $4M

V-Build Construction Services

QLD

Mountainview

Cbus National Medium Density Award - 2 to 5 Dwellings

Onelife Property Group

QLD

Luxe By Onelife

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