Gosford builder wins Australian Home of the Year Award
Award winning home in Balkara Street, Wagstaff built by Construct Central Coast GOSFORD BASED HOME builder, Construct Central Coast has taken out the top accolade winning the HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year Award at the 2018 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards. This year’s winning projects were unveiled before hundreds of industry leaders at a prestigious awards ceremony held on the final night of the 2018 HIA National Conference in Singapore. Construct Central Coast also won the Australian Custom Built Home Award sponsored by Stramit Building Projects. Construct Central Coast’s entry had won the 2017 HIA Hunter Region Home of the Year Awards for the waterfront home at Wagstaffe with the judges saying they found this home to be a true reflection of good design and meticulous construction.
Construct Central Coast Directors, Michelle and Daniel Syddall with CSR Managing Director Rob Sindel
The outstanding quality of workmanship contributes to the calm and welcoming feel throughout the home. Whitewashed internal doors swing on concealed pivots and the hand-painted exposed ceiling beams in white glow with subtle backlit LED lighting. These seamless finishes, and cool white tones work together to create stunning spaces to live and relax in. Construct Central Coast also won the 2017 Custom Built Home of the Year, and Bathroom Project of the Year which took them into the national awards competing with the best in Australia. HIA Hunter Executive Director Craig Jennion congratulated Construct Central Coast and all award winners and finalists. “HIA members are dedicated to achieving the very best workmanship and standards in
every project they undertake. HIA’s Awards provide a tremendous opportunity for our members to showcase their projects and highlight building and design excellence”. “This particular project is a great example of what is possible when passion, superb workmanship and meticulous design is combined”. A second generation builder Daniel Syddall established Construct Central Coast with his wife Michelle in 2004 and employs a team of 16 tradesmen and 4 apprentices working in conjunction with a range of architects and designers and employing local trades and suppliers. The company specialises in building highend homes and is currently working on a heritage listed home at Birchgrove on Sydney Harbour and two homes at Wamberal.
CENTRAL COAST BUSINESS REVIEW JUNE 2018