Spadac­cini cleans up at awards

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

THE tro­phy cab­i­net at Spadac­cini Homes must be get­ting crowded, with a clean sweep at the re­cent 2017 Mas­ter Builders Hous­ing Ex­cel­lence Awards.

The Os­borne Park-based builder took home the Top WA Home award, an achieve­ment recog­nis­ing the qual­ity of work­man­ship that has gone into ev­ery as­pect of a build­ing’s con­struc­tion.

“It was amaz­ing,” Spadac­cini Homes di­rec­tor Rob Spadac­cini said. “We’re very hum­bled by the ex­pe­ri­ence and hon­oured to have won so many awards on the evening amongst so many pres­ti­gious builders.”

The win­ning Water­mans Bay res­i­dence em­ploys lux­ury ma­te­ri­als and fin­ishes in­clud­ing mar­ble floors, a free­stand­ing stair­case, a glass lift, fa­cial recog­ni­tion tech­nol­ogy, heated floor­ing and de­tailed cab­i­net­work.

Out­side, the prop­erty fea­tures cus­tom-made cop­per gut­ters, cedar-lined eaves and im­ported shin­gle roof tiles for a seam­less fin­ish.

“Rob Spadac­cini and his team should be very proud of their suc­cess,” Mas­ter Builders ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Michael Mclean said.

“Spadac­cini Homes clearly has an ex­cel­lent blend of spe­cial­ist trades to be able to per­form at such a high level of work­man­ship.”

The home took out the best con­tract home – $2 mil­lion to $3 mil­lion cat­e­gory and beat en­tries from Brian Burke Homes and Ger­ald­ton­based Man­do­sio Homes, which was recog­nised with the Coun­try Home of theyear prize.

Spadac­cini Homes also nabbed awards for best con­tract home in two other price cat­e­gories, ex­cel­lence in ceil­ings, ex­cel­lence in car­pen­try, ex­cel­lence in plas­ter­ing in­ter­nal/ex­ter­nal, ex­cel­lence in floor and wall til­ing, ex­cel­lence in cab­i­net mak­ing and was named Small Builder of the Year.

“All the trades work so hard at Spadac­cini to de­velop a great rapport with the clients and my­self and they’ve just done an amaz­ing job,” Mr Spadac­cini said.

“We’ve been fi­nal­ists so long (in the trade cat­e­gories) and we’ve fi­nally taken them out.

“This is one of our best nights at the Mas­ter Builders level; we took out 10 awards and most of them in ma­jor cat­e­gories and we had two homes that were fi­nal­ists for WA home of the year.”

The ex­cep­tional four-bed­room, five-bath­room will now go on to rep­re­sent WA at the Mas­ter Builders’ Na­tional Hous­ing and Con­struc­tion Awards in Hobart in Novem­ber to con­tend for the ti­tle of best home in Aus­tralia.

Other big win­ners on the night in­cluded West Coast Res­i­den­tial, who was named best new builder Atrium Homes for best dis­play home for The Re­sort in Ap­ple­cross, Ex­clu­sive Res­i­dence for best al­ter­ation and ad­di­tion for their dis­play project on Para­matta Road in Dou­ble­view, Sum­mit Homes Group for project builder of the year, and Sum­mit Granny Flats for best an­cil­lary dwelling and best mod­u­lar home.

Cus­tomer ser­vice prizes were dis­trib­uted to Sovereign Build­ing Com­pany, Ge­n­e­sis Homes Mas­ter Builder, Sum­mit Homes Group and Mid­land Brick in the small builder, medium builder, project/vol­ume builder and sup­plier cat­e­gories re­spec­tively.

Ge­n­e­sis was also crowned with the most live­able home gong, Arklen De­vel­op­ments was ac­knowl­edged for its in­no­va­tive con­struc­tion on small lots, Con­sor­tium Builders was re­warded for ex­cel­lence in en­ergy ef­fi­ciency, and Right Homes and Savvy Con­struc­tion were handed wa­ter­wise awards for their ef­forts.the awards were pre­sented at a gala din­ner on Fe­bru­ary 25 at Crown Perth in front of a record crowd of more than 750 in­dus­try guests.

The multi-award­win­ning Water­mans Bay res­i­dence.

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