AWARDS SHINE LIGHT ON TAL­ENT

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This year’s 2017 Bris­bane Hous­ing & Con­struc­tion Awards show­cased ex­cep­tional in­no­va­tion, work­man­ship and pro­fes­sion­al­ism.

The most cov­eted award, the 2017 Bris­bane House of the Year, went to Man­corp Qual­ity Homes for its lux­u­ri­ous Bri­bie Is­land abode.

Master Builders ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Grant Galvin said spread over two blocks of land and span­ning three lev­els, the spec­tac­u­lar is­land home was all about the wow fac­tor.

The main liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen ar­eas boast un­in­ter­rupted views of Pu­mice­s­tone Pas­sage and the Glass House Moun­tains, while the guest wing con­tains four vil­las, each with an en­suite and kitch­enette.

“Com­plete with all the trim­mings, the qual­ity of fin­ish­ings and at­ten­tion to de­tail found around ev­ery cor­ner is sec­ond to none,” Mr Galvin said.

“It is also func­tional, with a state-of-the-art the­atre, a fully-stocked wine cel­lar con­structed from cus­tom-made tim­ber join­ery and a but­ler’s pantry and scullery.

“Man­corp Qual­ity Homes has cre­ated a true mas­ter­piece and are the very de­serv­ing win­ners of our 2017 Bris­bane House of the Year.”

Man­corp also won the award for 2017 Bris­bane In­di­vid­ual Home over $2 mil­lion.

The other highly con­tested and sought-after res­i­den­tial build­ing award is the 2017 Bris­bane President’s Award which recog­nises qual­ity and value for money.

This year it went to Plan­ta­tion Homes for its work on the Re­treat Nou­veau Q1 at Yarra­bilba — a con­tem­po­rary home de­signed for re­lax­ation.

Mr Galvin said it boasted flex­i­bil­ity for grow­ing fam­i­lies, gen­er­ous liv­ing spa­ces and prac­ti­cal, yet taste­ful touches.

“It of­fers lux­u­ri­ous and su­pe­rior fea­tures at an af­ford­able price tag, mak­ing it a dream home many buy­ers can as­pire to,” he said.

Plan­ta­tion Homes also took out the 2017 Bris­bane Dis­play Home awards in the cat­e­gories for $251,000-$350,000, $451,000-$550,000, and over $551,000.

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