The 2020 National Excellence in Building & Construction Awards 

Recognises the very best building projects from around the country and the builders that constructed them
across the residential, commercial/industrial or civil/infrastructure construction sectors. 
Whether it's a display home, contract home or an apartment block.
A hospital or an office block. An outback bridge or an inner city transport hub.

2020 National Awards

The 2020 National Awards live stream was broadcasted on
Saturday 28 November 2020.

The National Apprentice of the Year is Melanie Ransley from
Tasmania and the Toyota National Young Builder of the
Year is Sebastian Toscano from Queensland.

The 2020 Winners and Finalists are listed in Building Australia 2020.

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Building Australia 2020 ebook

2020 Winners

Major Awards

Melanie Ransley − TAS − National Apprentice of the Year

Sebastian Toscano − QLD − Toyota National Young Builder of the Year

Bellevarde Constructions − NSW − National President's Award

Hutchinson Builders − QLD − National Residential Master Builder of the Year

Probuild − WA − National Construction Master Builder of the Year

Construction

Fairbrother − TAS − Best Use of Australian Made Products - Commercial

Peter Johnston Tiling − QLD − Toyota National Specialist Contractor of the Year – Construction

Probuild − WA − Cbus National High-Rise Apartment Building

Vos Construction & Joinery − TAS − National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - under $5 million

Vos Construction & Joinery − TAS − National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - $5 million–$10 million

Fairbrother − TAS − National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - $10 million–$20 million

FDC Construction & Fitout − NSW − National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - $20 million–$50 million

Taylor − NSW − National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - $50 million–$100 million

Mirvac − NSW − National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - over $100 million

Sitzler − NT − Toyota National Civil/Infrastructure Award - under $25 million

Arenco (NSW)/Daracon Contractors Joint Venture − NSW − Toyota National Civil/Infrastructure Award - over $25 million

Newlands Commercial Construction − QLD − National Environmental and Energy Efficiency - Commercial Building Award

John Holland Fairbrother Joint Venture − TAS − InfraBuild National Health Facility Award

Fairbrother − TAS − National Entertainment and Recreation Facility Award

Richard Crookes Constructions − NSW − InfraBuild National Education Facility Award

Vos Construction & Joinery − TAS − National Commercial Historical Restoration/Renovation Award

Cygnet Brand Construction − TAS − National Fit-Out Award

Scaffshield − NSW − OFSC National Excellence in Workplace Health and Safety Award - Commercial

Residential

Fairbrother − TAS − Best Use of Australian Made Products – Residential

C2 Projects − QLD − National Specialist Contractor of the Year – Residential

Steele Associates − NSW − National Environment and Energy Efficiency - Residential Building Award

La Perouse Homes − NT − National Alterations/Additions Award - under $200,000

La Perouse Homes − NT − National Alterations/Additions Award - $200,000–$400,000

Dean Scurrah Building − TAS − National Alteration/Additions Award - $400,000–$650,000

Ingenious Homes − QLD − National Alterations/Additions Award - $650,000–$1 million

Architekt Grüne Häuser − ACT − National Alterations/Additions Award - $650,000–$1 million − Special Judges Award

Re:Form Construction − NSW − National Alterations/Additions Award - over $1 million

Gemmill Homes − WA − National Display Home - under $250,000

Brighton Homes − QLD − National Display Home - $250,000–$350,000

Brighton Homes − QLD − Toyota National Display Home - $350,000–$500,000

Sanctuary 28 Projects − QLD − Toyota National Display Home - $500,000–$1.5 million

Strong Constructions − TAS − National Contract Home - under $350,000

AMG Home Builders − WA − MBAIB National Contract Home - $350,000–$500,000

Platinum Residential Designer Homes − QLD − National Contract Home - $500,000–$750,000

Scott Salisbury Homes − SA − National Contract Home - $750,000–$1 million

Steve James Constructions − QLD − National Contract Home - $1 million–$2 million

Hutchinson Builders − QLD − National Contract Home - over $2 million

Form Projects − TAS − Cbus National Medium Density - 2–5 Dwellings

Adrian Zorzi − WA − Cbus National Medium Density - over 5 Dwellings

FIRM Construction − WA − National Lifestyle Housing for Seniors Award - Aged Care Facilities

Woollam Constructions − QLD − National Lifestyle Housing for Seniors Award - Retirement Villages

 

 Highlights of the 2019 Awards 

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Our National Awards Sponsors

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How it works

Nominations for the housing and commercial/industrial categories are submitted through State and Territory Master Builders associations which have their own awards processes. The State and Territory Award winners in their nominated categories (some categories are combined) become finalists for the National Awards and are judged accordingly.

The Best Use of Australian Made Products are sponsored by the Australian Made Campaign and recognise the outstanding use of Australian Made products performance in the Australian building and construction industry.

2019 National Awards

The 2019 National Awards Dinner was held on
Saturday 23 November 2019 at the Field of Light at Uluru.

The National Apprentice of the Year is Brady Casey from
New South Wales and the Toyota National Young Builder of the
Year is Matthew Barwick from Tasmania.

The 2019 Winners and Finalists are listed in Building Australia 2019.

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Building Australia 2019 ebook

 

2018 National Awards

The 2018 National Awards Dinner was held on
Saturday 24 November 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

The National Apprentice of the Year is Rory Milner from
the Northern Territory and the Toyota National Young Builder
of the Year is Mark Newman from New South Wales.

The 2018 Winners and Finalists are listed in Building Australia 2018

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Building Australia 2018 ebook

 

2017 National Awards

The 2017 National Awards Dinner was
held on 25 November at Princes Wharf 1 
in conjunction with Master Builders
Australia's National Conference in Hobart.
See Post Conference Report.

The National Apprentice of the Year is
Mitchell Earl from Newcastle and the
WoodSolutions National Young Builder
of the Year is Nathan O'Neill from South Australia.

2017 finalists and winners are listed in  
Building Australia.

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Building Australia 2017 ebook 

 

2016 National Awards

The 2016 National Awards presentation dinner 
was held in the Great Hall, Parliament House,
Canberra on Thursday 24 November 2016. 

The National Apprentice of the Year was
Damon Addison from Tasmania and the National
Young Builder of the Year was David Moyle from Victoria.  

2016 finalists and winners are listed in Building Australia.

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