Community thanked for success
FRESH from winning two awards at the Master Builders house and construction awards, McNeill Building said they couldn’t have done it without their repeat clientele and community support.
McNeill Building won the award for Individual Home up to $275,000 and The Ken and Nola Clark Perpetual Award for quality workmanship.
They support the local community by employing local builders, electricians, labourers, carpenters, apprentices and administration staff.
Owner Ross McNeill said this was the key to the company’s success thus far.
“We have a healthy mix of youthful exuberance, with three apprentices, and a wealth of experience like Frank Stefani and Mr Gary ‘Booka’ Davison, our most seasoned stalwarts,” he said.
Director Martin Gartell said their passion for the region was evident in the quality of product they produced.
“We live in beautiful region that we are determined to better with quality homes and by using local trades and supplies.”
“We love that we can give back to community by supporting its economic growth,” he said.
Long-time locals Ross and Trish McNeill founded the building business in the Whitsundays more than 20 years ago.
Starting the business from the ground up, they have focussed on building a solid reputation as a quality construction company in the area.
Their wealth of experience in the area and in their trade means they can welcome new-comers and homeowners to the area with ease.
“While we have individual specialties, our team at McNeill Building is committed to working together to ensure the very best quality for our clients from start to finish,” Mr McNeill said.
McNeill Building said they will continue to work with the community to produce quality homes for locals and new-comers and be there every step of the way.
LOCAL LIFE: Gary 'Booka' Davison, Ross McNeill, Lincoln Eastwood, Bob Shepherd, Iain Karon, Mitch Brockley, Martin Gartrell, Sam McNeill, Gabrielle McNeill, Frank Stefani, Paul Murray and Trish McNeill are all proud locals and will only employ locals.