Fraser Coast home takes top gong

first_img Queensland Small Lot Housing Sterrantino Developments Queensland Display Home Rochedale, Sabdia Constructions MORE: Queensland Bathroom of the Year Redland Bay, Darren James Interiors The kitchen at the Hervey Bay winning home.Starting with a handmade front timber entry door pivoting to align with an internal American oak VJ feature wall, which itself has horizontal lining, studs, and on the face routed out to accommodate laser cut steel shelving. The feature wall was complemented by American Oak flooring, that was secret nailed and finished in whittle wax to create a vibrant and light theme throughout the home. Queensland Renovation/Addition Project Burleigh Heads, Mactech Constructions The owner will enjoy this property for years to come.Mr Clark said he was proud to use local carpentry colleague Stuart Jones, from Hervey Bay Timber and Joinery, on the intricate project that demanded weeks of dedicated craftsmanship.Mactech Constructions took home the Renovation of the Year for work carried out to a three-storey concrete home. Mr Clark said the project was set high on a hill with sweeping views of one of the main entrances into the area. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Queensland Project Home Jimboomba, Stroud Homes Brisbane South Queensland Home of the Year Urraween (Wide Bay), Essentially Residential Queensland Kitchen of the Year Redland Bay, Darren James Interiors Queensland Specialised Housing Caboolture, Halcyon Constructions QLD FULL LIST OF WINNERS Queensland Apprentice of the Year Corinda, Dougie Newham Queensland Affordable Housing Park Ridge, Villa World Queensland Apartment of the Year Ascot, Mirvac Timber is the heart of the home.He said they were honoured to be chosen to build this home where they could use and appreciate the decades of experience that contributes to a very special result for a residence of this magnitude.“Our clients said they wanted to build a home for them and for their children for generations to come,” he said.“Essentially Residential certainly achieved this – in the client’s own words – ‘it is hard to imagine a better place to put down your roots’.”He said timber was the heart of the home and credited the amazing results to a combination of his own experience and attention to detail from his team of subcontractors. Development capitalises on city views Queensland Townhouse/Villa Development Besal Construction Queensland Recognition of Outstanding Acheivement by an Apprentice Goondiwindi, Tim Tribe Queensland Apartment Complex South Brisbane, Aria Property Group Developer ditches cookie-cutter design Colin and Michelle Clark from Essentially Residential took home the Home of the Year, Custom Built Home of the Year and the Queensland Trades Workmanship Award for work carried out to the Fraser Coast property.Colin and Michelle Clark from Essentially Residential took home the Home of the Year, Custom Built Home of the Year and the Queensland Trades Workmanship Award for the Fraser Coast property. Queensland Professional Major Builder Springwood, Plantation Homes Queensland Professional Small Builder/Renovator Tingalpa, RedKem Constructions A Hervey Bay home has taken out the top gong and two additional awards at this year’s HIA-CSR Queensland Housing Awards.A HERVEY BAY home has taken out the top gong and two additional awards at this year’s HIA-CSR Queensland Housing Awards, held on Friday, November 2. Mactech Constructions took home the Renovation of the Year on a three-storey concrete home at the 2018 Qld HIA Awards. This is what the home looked like before. Queensland Display Home Interior Design Metricon Homes Qld Queensland Bathroom Design Redland Bay, Darren James Interiors Queensland Outdoor Project South Brisbane, Aria Property Group Queensland Spec Home Dayne Lawrie Constructions Queensland Kitchen Design Chapel Hill, Darren James Interiors After Mactech Constructions’ renovation.The judges said there was an extremely high level of workmanship throughout this project.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“The details have been carefully resolved and thought through and the attention to detail can’t be faulted,” they said.“The design has been carefully crafted to maximise the connection between the rooms, to create a private master retreat area, to create seamless internal and external spaces and to capture the expansive views that are available from the site in a manner that creates a beautiful home. “The ability of Mactech Construction to work with a difficult build and still supply a cost effective solution is a testament to the skill of the team. “The outcome is a striking outcome. “The extension works seamlessly with the existing section of the house creating a building that looks like it has always belonged on the site.” Queensland Townhouse/Villa of the Year St Lucia, Sunland Group Queensland Commercial Interior Design Riverland – Brisbane Visual Builders / Burton & Carter Queensland Interior Design Professional Gold Coast, Ros Hemley, The Interior Space Queensland Innovation in Housing Sunshine Coast, Saltair Constructions Other winners on the night included Sunland Group, who won the Townhouse Villa award for the Shea Residences project in St Lucia; Jux, who won the renovation and addition project $600,000 to $1 million and VL Constructions won the $1 million to $2 million category for ‘The Green House’ in Samford Valley. Queensland Property Styling Brisbane, Makeover Co Qu eensland GreenSmart Sustainable Home DJG Projects Queensland Interior Design Professional – commendation Brisbane, COMMENDATION to Maree O’Shea Queensland Residential Interior Decorate Underwood, Darren James Interiors Queensland Residential Interior Design Gold Coast, The Interior Spacelast_img read more

Trump Picks Florida Supreme Court Justices for Federal Appeals Court

first_imgAlthough I will miss their presence on the Florida Supreme Court, I am happy for them and their families and I wish them the best of luck going forward with the confirmation process and beyond.— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) September 12, 2019 Florida Supreme Court justices Barbara Lagoa and Robert Luck, who have served on the bench for just eight months, could be headed to the federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, after receiving President Trump’s nomination Thursday.Governor Ron DeSantis nominated Lagoa, Luck and Justice Carlos Muniz to the state court just after he took office, following the forced retirement of three judges due to constitutional age limits.The three conservative picks replaced three liberal justices, and changed the makeup of the court from a 4-3 liberal majority to a 6-1 conservative court. The Atlanta-based 11th Circuit presides over cases from Florida, Alabama and Georgia. If confirmed, Lagoa and Luck would end up replacing Judge Geral Tjoflat and Judge Stanley Marcus, who would then take senior status on the court. Tjoflat and Marcus were nominated by President Gerald Ford and President Bill Clinton, respectively.DeSantis issued a statement that reads, “President Trump has demonstrated great judgment in nominating Justices Barbara Lagoa and Robert Luck to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. We are proud of these two Floridians who have earned the respect of many for being great jurists and public servants. They will serve our nation well.”The 51-year-old Lagoa and 40-year-old Luck are both native Miami-Dade residents. In addition, they both served on the state’s 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal before being named to the Florida Supreme Court.Former Governor Rick Scott appointed Luck to the 11th Judicial Circuit in Miami-Dade County six years ago. Luck then moved up to the state appellate court in 2017.Lagoa, the first female Cuban-American to be appointed to the Florida Supreme Court, was named to the 3rd District Court of Appeal in 2006 by then-Governor Jeb Bush.last_img read more

No joy for Irish on Day 5 of the World Athletics Championships.

first_imgCiara Everard finished last in her heat for 800 metre heats – while in the men’s 110 metre hurdles Ben Reynolds came 7th in his his heat which wasn’t enough to qualify.Later today Waterford’s Kelly Proper will compete in the Women’s 200 metre heats shortly after noon, Irish time.last_img