Six central Alberta companies nominated for building awards

BILD Awards ceremony takes place on Sept. 13

Almost 45 of Alberta’s home builders, land developers, professional renovators and safety leaders are finalists for the BILD Alberta Awards.

“We are excited to celebrate accomplishments across a wide range of categories, as we recognize members for excellence in home building, community developments, professional renovations and safety,” says Carmen Wyton, BILD Alberta chief executive officer.

“Despite the well-documented challenges the industry is facing this year, our members continue to represent the hard work and innovation that shapes our industry in Alberta.”

There were more than 300 submissions for the BILD Alberta Awards, which feature 28 individual categories.

Edmonton region projects have 40 finalists, followed by Calgary region at 24, Lethbridge has 11 finalists and central Alberta has six projects in the running for provincial awards.

BILD Alberta will also be presenting Pinnacle Awards. These awards are presented to the highest scoring builders and renovator.

The BILD Alberta Awards winners will be announced Sept. 13 at the BILD Horizons Conference in Jasper.

Central Alberta nominees include:

• Lacombe’s Vleeming Construction in the $600,000 to $800,000 category.

• In the $800,000 to $1 million category, Red Deer’s Larkaun Homes and Sorrento Custom Homes have been nominated .

• Sorrento is also nominated in the over $1 million category.

• Red Deer’s Abbey Platinum Master Builder is nominated in the kitchen renovation under $100,000 category.

• Red Deer’s Bruin’s Plumbing and Heating is nominated in the safety leadership-large volume general category.



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