25/02/2018 - 14:39

Luxury builder in eighth MBA win

25/02/2018 - 14:39

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Luxury home builder A Di Bucci & Son has won top prize at the 2018 Master Builders-Bankwest Housing Excellence Awards, which were held over the weekend at a black-tie event at Crown’s Grand Ballroom.

Luxury builder in eighth MBA win
A Di Bucci & Son’s work on the high-end Coolbinia residence has been crowned 2018 Top WA Home. Photo: Andrew Pritchard

Luxury home builder A Di Bucci & Son has won top prize at the 2018 Master Builders-Bankwest Housing Excellence Awards, which were held over the weekend at a black-tie event at Crown’s Grand Ballroom. 

It is the eighth time the Noranda-based builder has won the award for top WA home.  

The winning home is a five-bedroom, five-bathroom man- sion in Coolbinia featuringa 10-car garage with turntable, an outdoor entertaining area with a glass-walled swimming pool and bar, as well as views of the city and Perth hills.

In addition to receiving the housing industry’s most cov- eted accolade, A Di Bucci & Son, which was founded in 1978, received a range of other awards: best contract home over $3 million; excellence in floor & wall tiling: excellence in cab- inet making; excellence in painting; excellence in ceilings; excellence in carpentry; and the Silver Trowel Award.

MBA housing director Jason Robertson said the high-end Coolbinia residence was a world-class project that would showcase Perth’s housing stock on the global map.

“From the design by Yael K Designs right through to the fixtures and fittings, every aspect in this hi-tech home has been carefully conceived and executed to perfection,” he said.

“Being a Master Builders award winner provides builders – and their clients – with a point of difference and distinction.”

This year, hundreds of properties with a combined value of more than $271 million in the metropolitan area, and ranging from multi-million dollar mansions to modest offerings for first home buyers, were put to a panel of judges to assess, with a focus on quality of craftsmanship.

Other award-winners included: Summit Homes Group, named project builder of the year for the second successive year; Palazzo Exclusive Homes, best display home; BD Partington, best country home; and Douglas Constructions, best new builder.

Best Country Home went to BD Partington.

The City of Rockingham was also recognised with the 2018 local government best practice award, judged by Master Builder members who work with councils on a regular basis.

Mr Robertson said the endorsement came from a number of builders who had collectively built more than 4,000 residential and commercial projects throughout the metropolitan region in the past year, with building applications consistently processed in short time frames.

Best Display Home - Palazzo Exclusive Homes. Photo: Joel Barbitta 

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