Repost from Master Builders FNQ:
'Builders built proud and tough in the Far North.
Queensland's Far North once again proved it’s a force to be reckoned with in the building game with more than 35 builders, projects and individuals recognised at the Housing & Construction Awards.
Ash Moseley Homes reinforced why they are one of Cairns’ most awarded builders, with their Ragamuffin House honoured as the 2020 House of the Year. The home also won in its category, Individual Home $1.26 million – $2 million, with the judges stating that the luxury of space, changes in levels and interesting finishes and textures made it an extremely livable, unique home.
Their Whitewood House in Mt Sheridan also proved a winner, picking up the Individual Home $751,000 – $950,000 and Best Use of Sloping Sites awards.
Cairns locals, Plos Constructions confirmed their reputation for building quality commercial developments, landing Project of the Year for the new EQL depot in Bunda Street, Cairns. The office complex, which also won best Commercial Building $5 million – $50 million, offers a vibrant, colourful space for the EQL team, with a striking façade a true eye-catcher on the CBD fringe. Plos Constructions’ renovation work on high-end law firm, WGC’s office in Sheridan Street also earnt them accolades for Refurbishment/Renovation over $750,000.
Ashlee Jones Homes were also big winners on the night, bagging the highly sought-after President’s Award for the Jack Project, which additionally earned them best Individual Home $251,000 – $350,000. Their Chad Design home was also recognised in the Individual Home $351,000 – $450,000 category, rounding out a big night for the Cairns-based builders.
Three-generational builder, Nathan Verri, was another multiple winner on the night, accepting five awards, including Home Renovation/Remodelling Project up to $275,000, Individual Home $951,000 – $1.25 million, Medium Density up to 3 Storeys – 2 to 5 Dwellings, Best Residential Pool and Best Residential Bathroom.