Barrington takes out Supreme House of the Year award

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Christchurch company Clive Barrington Construction has taken out the Registered Master Builders 2021 House of the Year Supreme Award with a Christchurch entry that judges said featured a clever design, meticulous attention to detail, and an exceptionally accurate construction.

Almost 500 people from across the industry tuned in to watch the Registered Master Builders House of the Year National Virtual Awards recently.

Each year the calibre of entries continues to grow, and the judges were impressed with the exceptional level of quality and innovation from this year’s 347 entrants.

Supreme House of the Year

Clive Barrington Construction took out this year’s Supreme House of the Year Award, and also the Resene New Home over $2 million Award for its home in Christchurch.

Judges were in awe of this home’s unique design and function.

“Combining design, functionality and excellent workmanship has resulted in this fantastic home. From the foundations and the precast concrete walls, to the complex roof structure, the accuracy of this build is clear.

“The curved plywood ceilings interact flawlessly with the window joinery, and the wall-to-floor finishes are of the highest standard. This building is inspiring — it features a clever design, meticulous attention to detail and an accurate construction,” the judges said.

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Supreme Renovation of the Year

W.G. de Gruchy Construction won the Supreme Renovation of the Year Award as well as the Bunnings Renovation Over $1 million Award, for its home in Auckland.

The judges were impressed by the combination of modern and traditional building skills.

“The builder showed great expertise by completing an outstanding alteration and creating a fantastic new addition.

“There has been a clear attention to detail throughout this project, with most features requiring and demonstrating an exceptional level of workmanship.

“This project was a tremendous collaboration between the owners, architects, builders and all other trades. Completed with great passion, this home is an outstanding result,” the judges said.

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House of the Year 2020 Award Winners

Category Winners

Pink Batts Craftmanship Award

Trevor Hone Builders for a home in Scarborough, Christchurch

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New Home up to $450,000

Greenland Homes for a home in Russley, Christchurch

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New Home $450,000 – $600,000

DStevens for a home in Gisborne

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New Home $600,000 – $750,000

Sinclair Builders for a home in Halswell, Christchurch

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Altus Window Systems New Home $750,000 – $1 million

Beeson Brother’s for a home in Te Aroha

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CARTERS New Home $1 million – $1.5 million

Holcroft Prestige for a home in Hamilton

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New Home $1.5 million – $2 million

eHaus Manawatu for a home in Feilding

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Resene New Home over $2 million

Clive Barrington Construction for a home in Fendalton, Christchurch

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Builders Own Home

Home Trends Builders for a home in Merivale, Christchurch

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GIB Show Home

Urban Homes for a home in Leamington, Cambridge

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Master Build 10-Year Guarantee Multi Apartments/Duplexes/Terraces

LOC Construction for a home in St Albans, Christchurch

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Volume/Group Housing New Home up to $450,000

Sentinel Homes Waikato for a home in Waikato

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Volume/Group Housing New Home $450,000 – $750,000

Pringle Homes for a home in Tai Tapu

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Renovation up to $500,000

Calley Homes for a home in Tauranga

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Renovation $500,000 – $1 million

Glover Homes for a home in Coatesville, Auckland

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Bunnings Renovation over $1 million

W.G. de Gruchy for a home in St Mary’s Bay, Auckland

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Lifestyle Awards

APL Sustainable Excellence Award

eHaus Manawatu for a home in Feilding

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Plumbing World Bathroom Excellence Award

Trevor Hone Builders for a home in Scarborough, Christchurch

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Outdoor Living Excellence Award

Salter Builders for a home in Redwood Valley, Tasman

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Kitchen Excellence Award

Gregg Builders for a home in Merivale, Christchurch

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