Mahia home wins regional award

REGIONAL WINNERS: Supreme Award East Coast Manawatu Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 House of the Year; Gold Award and Category Winner New Home $550,000 - $700,000 - Bain Construction Limited for a home in Mahia. Pictures supplied
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A MAHIA home and a Havelock North renovation have taken out this year’s Supreme Awards in the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 House of the Year competition.

Bain Construction Limited won six regional awards for three homes at the competition. They were awarded the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 Supreme House of the Year, a gold award and category win for the new home $550,000 to $700,000 award for their Mahia home.

They also won a gold award and the Plumbing World Bathroom Excellence Award for a renovation in Gisborne in the Bunnings Renovation $500,000 to $1 million category.

They were also awarded a silver award in the PlaceMakers Volume/Group Housing $450,000 to $700,000 category for another home in Gisborne.

Redmond Builders and Construction Limited was awarded the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 Supreme Renovation of the Year, a gold award and category win for Bunnings Renovation $500,000 to $1 million award. They were also awarded the Heart of the Home Kitchen Award and the Outdoor Living Award.

Judges said the winning House of the Year was constructed on an extremely exposed site overlooking Mahia, which meant the builder had many challenges to face.

“This understated, clever design incorporated many features that capture the uninterrupted surrounding views,” they said.

“Surrounded in floating timber decks and clad in vertical cedar, this beach house shows many areas of detailing and workmanship.

“The builder has constructed a wonderful beach house and completed the owner’s dream.”

Judges said the winning renovation was a very unassuming 1950s house, which was extensively modernised with a seamless result.

“Additions and exterior detailing were carefully reproduced to match the existing home,” they said.

“Outdoor areas have been created at different ends of the house, with a superb pool area, pool house, and an additional dining area and guest accommodation.

“The use of existing timber floors and modern decor has made this a true modern family home.”

The winning builds were celebrated by East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders Association members and colleagues from the local construction industry.

Eleven entries won gold from the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui, which will now be judged against gold award winners from around the country to find the National Gold Reserve finalists.

National category winners and the Registered Master Builders Supreme Awards for House of the Year and Renovation of the Year will be announced at a gala dinner on November 25 at Skycity in Auckland.


A MAHIA home and a Havelock North renovation have taken out this year’s Supreme Awards in the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 House of the Year competition.

Bain Construction Limited won six regional awards for three homes at the competition. They were awarded the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 Supreme House of the Year, a gold award and category win for the new home $550,000 to $700,000 award for their Mahia home.

They also won a gold award and the Plumbing World Bathroom Excellence Award for a renovation in Gisborne in the Bunnings Renovation $500,000 to $1 million category.

They were also awarded a silver award in the PlaceMakers Volume/Group Housing $450,000 to $700,000 category for another home in Gisborne.

Redmond Builders and Construction Limited was awarded the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders 2017 Supreme Renovation of the Year, a gold award and category win for Bunnings Renovation $500,000 to $1 million award. They were also awarded the Heart of the Home Kitchen Award and the Outdoor Living Award.

Judges said the winning House of the Year was constructed on an extremely exposed site overlooking Mahia, which meant the builder had many challenges to face.

“This understated, clever design incorporated many features that capture the uninterrupted surrounding views,” they said.

“Surrounded in floating timber decks and clad in vertical cedar, this beach house shows many areas of detailing and workmanship.

“The builder has constructed a wonderful beach house and completed the owner’s dream.”

Judges said the winning renovation was a very unassuming 1950s house, which was extensively modernised with a seamless result.

“Additions and exterior detailing were carefully reproduced to match the existing home,” they said.

“Outdoor areas have been created at different ends of the house, with a superb pool area, pool house, and an additional dining area and guest accommodation.

“The use of existing timber floors and modern decor has made this a true modern family home.”

The winning builds were celebrated by East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui Registered Master Builders Association members and colleagues from the local construction industry.

Eleven entries won gold from the East Coast, Manawatu and Whanganui, which will now be judged against gold award winners from around the country to find the National Gold Reserve finalists.

National category winners and the Registered Master Builders Supreme Awards for House of the Year and Renovation of the Year will be announced at a gala dinner on November 25 at Skycity in Auckland.


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