Local builders finalists for housing excellence awards
Three builders from St. Catharines have been recognized as finalists for their work by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association National Awards for Housing Excellence.
Rinaldi Homes, Windrush Hill Construction and Silvergate Homes were announced as finalists in the detached homes and whole house renovation categories, joining a prestigious list of builders from across the country selected by industry judges.
These include three developments by Rinaldi Homes, the “Oasis on 54th,” “Carrier Residence,” and “The Cozmo”, as well as Windrush Hill’s “Natural Wonder” and Silvergate Homes’ “Amuse By the Lake” developments.
“It is always great to see local businesses recognized at a national level for industry-leading work. Congratulations to Rinaldi Homes, Windrush Hill Construction and Silvergate Homes – all local businesses who are investing, innovating and growing in St. Catharines,” said Mayor Walter Sendzik
With over 700 entries submitted to this year’s awards by members across Canada, judges selected the group of finalists based on their work on new home construction, renovations, community development and marketing. The nominees include companies of all sizes.
“It comes as no surprise to us that the excellent work of these builders has garnered national recognition, setting the bar in high quality workmanship for residential development in St. Catharines and Niagara,” says Brian York, director of economic development and government relations.
The CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence will be taking place this year at the organization’s national conference on March 23 in Victoria, British Columbia.
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