Showcasing the finest homes and building professionals from around the Hunter, the HIA awards celebrate the highest level of achievement in the residential building industry.
Orton Building, was awarded the Renovation/Addition Project $500,001 -$750,000 for their Dawson St Cooks Hill Project, and the winner of Renovation/Addition Project over $750,000 for their Stanley St Merewether Renovation.
Justine Orton, also won Business Partner of the year for her involvement with office systems and procedures, team culture, professionalism and willingness to learn and evolve for the benefit of her business.
Orton Building owner and managing director, Luke Orton, said that he was thrilled to win all three categories that he entered this year.
“The team has worked extremely hard this past 12 months and it’s a great feeling for us to be acknowledged. We have always prided ourselves on our quality and our culture and it is paying off,” he said.
Justine will now compete as a finalist against the other HIA region winners at the 2018 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards held in Perth later this year. We wish her all the best.
On behalf of the Housing Industry Association and our Hunter President Greg Elsworthy, I would like to congratulate you on your success at the 2016 HIA-CSR Hunter Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards.
HIA awards are held in the highest regard within the residential building community and have grown to become the region’s most distinguished Housing Awards program. The Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards recognise the achievements of those who lead the way in the design, construction, innovation and technology of housing, kitchens and bathrooms.