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About the Awards

The National Excellence in Building & Construction Awards are the annual culmination of a nationwide grass roots process to determine the best of the best each year. To be in contention for a National Excellence Award entrants must be nominated by a local Master Builders Association and are required to have progressed from winning awards in their regions through to being judged the best in their State or Territory. 

The builders that rise to this point become National Finalists and their projects are assessed against those of their peers from every State and Territory by the National Awards Judging Panel.

National Winners are announced at the Gala National Excellence in Building & Construction Awards Dinner which is the highlight of the 3 day  annual National Awards program.  

2021 National Awards

The 2021 National Awards live stream was broadcasted on
Saturday 30 April 2022.

The National Apprentice of the Year is Jami Brooks from the
Northern Territory and the Toyota National Young Builder of the
Year is Andrew Payton from New South Wales.

The 2021 Winners and Finalists are listed in Building Australia 2021.

Building Australia 2021 ebook

 

2021 Winners

Major Awards

Jami Brooks ― NT ― National Careers Institute Apprentice of the Year

Andrew Payton ― NSW ― Toyota National Young Builder of the Year

GBSC Yurra ― WA ― National President's Award

Manteena Residential ― ACT ― National Residential Master Builder of the Year

Multiplex Constructions ― NSW ― National Construction Master Builder of the Year

Construction

Fairbrother ― TAS ― Best Use of Australian Made Products – Commercial

Vos Construction & Joinery ― TAS ― Toyota National Specialist Contractor of the Year - Construction

Buxton Constructions (Vic) ― VIC ― Cbus National High Rise Apartment Building

Buildcorp ― NSW ― Federal Safety Commissioner's National Excellence in Workplace Health and Safety Award

McCorkell Constructions ― VIC ― Infrabuild National Education Facility Award

PACT Construction ― WA ― Infrabuild National Entertainment and Recreation Facility Award

BESIX Watpac ― QLD ― Infrabuild National Health Facility Award

Multiplex Constructions ― NSW ― National Commercial Historical Restoration/Renovation Award

Built ― SA ― National Environmental and Energy Efficiency - Commercial Building Award

Buildcorp ― VIC ― National Fit-Out Award

McCorkell Constructions ― WA ― National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – under $5 million

Maben Group ― VIC ― National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – $5 million to $10 million

Becon Constructions (Aust) ― VIC ― National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – $10 million to $20 million

Maben Group ― VIC ― National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – $20 million to $50 million

Hansen Yuncken ― SA ― National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – $50 million to $100 million

Multiplex Constructions ― NSW ― National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – over $100 million

Advance Civil Engineering ― NT ― Toyota National Civil/Infrastructure Award – under $25 million

DORIC Contractors ― WA ― Toyota National Civil/Infrastructure Award – over $25 million

Residential

SFAW ― TAS ― Best Use of Australian Made Products – Residential

Concept Kitchens & Detail Joinery ― QLD ― National Specialist Contractor of the Year - Residential

Taylor & Knowles ― ACT ― Cbus National Medium Density – 2 to 5 Dwellings

Flux Construction ― VIC ― Cbus National Medium Density – over 5 Dwellings

Woolcock Construction ― SA ― National Environment and Energy Efficiency - Residential Building Award

Multiplex Constructions ― WA ― National Lifestyle Housing for Seniors Award - Aged Care Facilities

Lipman ― NSW ― National Lifestyle Housing for Seniors Award - Retirement Villages

Gordon Bourke Constructions ― QLD ― Office HQ National Contract Home – under $350,000

Beardwood ― TAS ― Master Builders Insurance Brokers National Contract Home – $350,000 to $500,000

Ambrose Homes ― QLD ― Canibuild National Contract Home – $500,000 to $750,000

Scott Salisbury Homes ― SA ― National Contract Home – $750,000 to $1 Million

Brother Projects ― ACT ― National Contract Home – $1 million to $2 million

Manteena Residential ― ACT ― National Contract Home – over $2 Million

Carlisle Homes ― VIC ― National Display Home – under $250,000

Brighton Homes QLD ― QLD ― Structerre Consulting National Display Home – $250,000 to $350,000

Summit Homes ― WA ― Toyota National Display Home – $350,000 to $500,000

Platinum Residential Designer Homes ― QLD ― Toyota National Display Home – $500,000 to $1.5 million

Spacecraft Design + Build ― SA ― Office HQ National Alterations/Additions Award – under $200,000

Top Plate Building ― QLD ― National Alterations/Additions Award – $200,000 to $400,000

blanc. Architectural Homes ― WA ― National Alterations/Additions Award – $400,000 to $650,000

Projects and Designs Engineers ― QLD ― National Alterations/Additions Award - $650,000 to $1 Million

Highlights from the 2021 National Awards

 

 

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.

Building Australia 2020 ebook

 

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.

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

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.

Building Australia 2017 ebook