At Summit Projects, as part of the Summit Homes Group we’re proud to share that we received top honours with the most awards won by a project builder group at the 2017 HIA - TRUECORE® Steel Perth Housing Awards on 14 October 2017.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) holds the awards annually to recognise leaders in the building industry, and this year received a record number of more than 600 submissions in Perth.
Summit Homes Group General Manager Metro Tony Harvie said he was thrilled with the result, which showed our Group’s dedication to building excellence.
“In what was announced as HIA’s most competitive awards yet, our awards are a great achievement for not only our employees, but also our customers who can be confident they have chosen a group committed to building WA’s best places to live,” he said.
In addition to these wins, our homes were also finalists 15 times across the categories – and in two of the award categories, all three finalists were Summit Homes Group brands.
“We were also thrilled to be announced as one of just three finalists in the Excellence in Service Award (Large Builder) – which asked clients we had built homes for over the past 12 months to complete a survey about our dedication to building excellence.”
Together with our wins this year at the Master Builders-Bankwest Building Excellence Awards and HIA - CSR South West Housing Awards, this brings the total number of industry accolades we’ve accepted in the past 12 months to 67!
“It’s an extraordinary achievement across all our building brands and highlights our passion, commitment and dedication. While the awards recognition is very humbling, it’s not the judges we strive to impress. It’s our customers.”
And it shows in everything we build – no matter which Summit Homes Group brand you choose, you are building with our reliable and trustworthy team dedicated to building excellence and customer service.
The full list of awards and accolades are as follows:
HIA - TRUECORE® Steel Perth Home of the Year, Metro – Summit Granny Flats (The Lawrence)