HIA Victorian Awards winners announced

November 21, 2019 BY

This Hawthorn East renovation has won Visioneer Builders a swag of building industry awards. Photo: SUPPLIED

Visioneer Builders has taken out the prestigious HIA CSR Victorian Home of the Year award for the second year running with a spectacular renovation project in Melbourne’s inner suburbs.

The result was announced at the 2019 HIA CSR Victorian Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards, held in the Palladium Ballroom at Crown Towers, Melbourne, on Friday, 8 November, with industry leaders and VIPs from across the state and the country in attendance.

Judges described the home in Hawthorn East as “exquisite”, with works completed to an exacting standard and a seamless flow from the historically significant frontage to the contemporary three-story addition.

Features of the home include a seven-car garage accessed by a lift from the street, a bar and home cinema, cellar and stunning spiral staircase.

“Visioneer Builders have once again gone to extraordinary lengths for their client in delivering this spectacular home,” said Fiona Nield, HIA Victorian Regional Executive Director.

Visioneer Builders were also successful in other categories on the night, claiming the Custom Built Home of the Year award and the Apartment of the Year award too.


2019 HIA CSR Housing And Kitchen And Bathroom Awards Winners

HIA-CSR Victorian Home of the Year – Visioneer Builders

Display Home of the Year – Grollo Homes

Display Home over $1 million – Grollo Homes

Display Home $600,001-$1 million – Porter Davis

Display Home $500,001-$600,000 – Carlisle Homes

Display Home $400,001-$500,000 – Simonds Homes

Display Home $350,001-$400,000 – Hadar Investments

Display Home $300,001-$350,000 – Granvue Homes

Display Home $250,001-$300,000 – Fairhaven Homes

Display Home up to $250,000 – ABC Homes

Custom Built Home of the Year – Visioneer Builders

Custom Built Home over $3 million – Visioneer Builders

Custom Built Home $2-$3 million – Brynor Constructions

Custom Built Home $1.5-$2 million – Excelcon

Custom Built Home $1-$1.5 million – Kimber Constructions

Custom Built Home $750,001-$1 million – First Avenue Homes

Custom Built Home $500,001-$750,000 – Quay Developments

Custom Built Home up to $500,000 – Jason Wescott Builder

Renovation/Addition Project of the Year – Visioneer Builders

Renovation/Addition Project over $2.5 million – Visioneer Builders

Renovation/Addition Project $1.5-$2.5 million – Mazzei Homes

Renovation/Addition Project $1-$1.5 million – Technique Construction Group

Renovation/Addition Project $800,001-$1 million – MJS Construction Group

Renovation/Addition Project $600,001-$800,000 – Jasmine McClelland Design and L&G Creative Projects

Renovation/Addition Project $400,001-$600,000 – Blueprint Constructions

Renovation/Addition Project up to $400,000 – Visual Builders

Project Home of the Year – Thomas Archer Homes

Project Home over $500,001 – Thomas Archer Homes

Spec Home of the Year – Blue Chip Builders

Spec Home over $500,001 – Blue Chip Builders

Kitchen of the Year – First Avenue Homes

New Kitchen over $50,001 – First Avenue Homes

New Kitchen $30,001-$50,000 – Smith & Smith Kitchens

New Kitchen up to $30,000 – B&H Homes and Borella Cabinets

Kitchen in a Display Home – Hallbury Homes

Renovated Kitchen over $50,001 – Mint Kitchens Burwood

Renovated Kitchen $30,001-$50,000 – smarterBATHROOMS+

Kitchen Design – Jasmine McClelland Design

Bathroom of the Year – Herbel Constructions

Renovated Bathroom $30,001-$50,000 – Mint Kitchens Moonee Ponds

Renovated Bathroom up to $30,000 – The Bathroom Group

Bathroom in a Display Home – Grollo Homes

New Bathroom over $30,001 – Herbel Constructions

Bathroom Design – Jasmine McClelland Design

Laundry – Smith & Smith Kitchens

Apartment of the Year – Visioneer Builders

Apartment Complex of the Year – Central Equity Limited

Apartment Complex over $20 million – Central Equity Limited

Apartment Complex up to $20 million – Samssons Projects

Small Commercial Project – NPR Building Concepts

Outdoor Project – Brynor Constructions

Townhouse/Villa of the Year – Never Stop Group

Townhouse/Villa Development of the Year – Glenvill Project Construction

Townhouse/Villa Development over $500,001 per dwelling – Glenvill Project Construction

Townhouse/Villa Development up to $500,000 per dwelling – First Avenue Homes

Greensmart Sustainable Home – Beaumont Building Design

Residential Building Designer – Beaumont Building Design

Residential Interior Designer – Jasmine McClelland Design

Professional Small Builder/Renovator – Coastyle Building Solutions

Professional Medium Builder/Renovator – Hermitage Homes

Professional Major Builder – Henley Property Group

HIA Apprentice of the Year – Joshua Lambert, Foundation Builders

HIA Business Partner of the Year – Rebecca Bishop, Elite Building Services