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

Libonati: For Syracuse football, change takes time; change isn’t easy; change is painful

first_imgChange ain’t easy. And it’s not quite time for Syracuse to panic after losing two games to what should be a top-five team in Louisville and a team that will likely be ranked at some point this season in South Florida.SU has shown growth in each of those games. It’s also shown the pain it’ll take to get where head coach Dino Babers thinks the team can end up.The Orange outscored the Cardinals for two-thirds of the game, 28-27, and romped in the first quarter against the Bulls, jetting out to a 17-0 lead. In 53 minutes, 42 seconds of game time, Syracuse has outscored those two opponents, 45-21.Then there’s the pain: the other 66 minutes, 18 seconds. In that time, UofL and USF obliterated Syracuse, 65-3. For the third time in as many games, the Orange ended with Zack Mahoney under center because each one has been out of reach — either good or bad.“For the most part, for the offense to flow, you have to have weapons all across the board,” Babers said. “That’s when it really gets to be good because it doesn’t matter what they take away. You’ve always got a weapon somewhere else. We’re not there yet. We’re not there today.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We will get there someday.”MORE COVERAGE:Stock watch: How are Syracuse players trending after loss to South FloridaWhat we learned from SU’s loss to USFWatch: Dino Babers’ postgame press conference after 45-20 loss Three games in, Syracuse (1-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) has looked as expected — just like former SU head coach Scott Shafer’s players playing in a system that really doesn’t fit them yet, especially on defense. SU has allowed 649.5 yards per game against FBS teams, good for last in the country. The next closest is Texas Tech, which allows 612 yards per game to FBS teams, and only three teams allow 600 or more yards per game.Syracuse has a long way to go, and it’s not always going to be pretty. But to turn the program around, it has to get worse before it gets better. Babers said he was unwilling to put ceilings on the season, but that also means he didn’t put a floor on the season either.“Give us the time, it’ll work,” Babers said before the season. “It’s a proven product. It’ll work. Just don’t be quick to judge.”This qualifies as quick to judge, but the offense has found a way to live up to its billing in spots. The Orange has run 101.5 plays per game, the most against FBS opponents in the country according to TeamRankings.com, and averages nearly 482 yards in those games.John Williams | Contributing PhotographerBut Babers has taken over possibly the least-talented Syracuse team since Doug Marrone replaced Greg Robinson. Mix that in with the injuries SU has suffered and it’s no surprise the season has started the way it has.Unlike Marrone or Shafer, Babers has an offense and defense that aren’t used as much by other teams. Putting both in has shown Syracuse was understandably unready for either. Fans were excited by the Baylor-style spread.But Babers said when he came to SU the system might take two years or more to fully implement, and it looks like that number was right.At his other coaching stops, Babers has used a phrase, “Don’t tell me about the pain, just deliver the baby” (he says it’s been shortened to “Don’t tell me about the pain” for sensitivity reasons).The problem at SU is it’s all about the pain, and it’ll be that way for a while because the process is going to be painful. Instituting new systems without the players you need to run them naturally causes problems and takes time. Delivering the baby, that might take a little longer.“When we get there someday,” Babers said, “that will be a heck of a day.”Chris Libonati is an Asst. Sports Editor at The Daily Orange, where his column appears occasionally. He can be reached at [email protected] or @ChrisLibonati. Comments Related Stories Stock up/stock down: A look back at Syracuse football’s loss to South FloridaWhat we learned from Syracuse football’s 45-20 loss to South FloridaSyracuse football loses control of game during 28-point 2nd quarter for South FloridaGallery: Syracuse football blows 17-point lead in loss to South FloridaWith shrinking margin of error against USF, Syracuse football makes too many mistakes in 45-20 loss Published on September 18, 2016 at 11:05 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @ChrisLibonati Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Rapatona and Huawei PS draw 1-1

first_imgIt was solid defence in the backline from both sides in a scorless second half that forced both sides to settle for 1 competition point each for the 1-1 scoreline.Rapatona were first on the board late in the first half with a goal to Peterson Elijah in the 38th minute.Huawei PS regathered and hit back just six minutes later to equalize after Iamo Makena powered a shot through to score.The second half saw both sides fail to capitalize on chances to score which frustrated the two teams.Both sides had equal opportunities to take the lead but the backline from both teams denied any more points being scored.last_img