Jason Schmidt, with Pheasant Hill Homes, picked up multiple VIBE Awards for excellence in building and construction on Vancouver Island (Photo contributed)

Best in Vancouver Island construction awarded

Vancouver Island Building Excellence Awards recognize top builders

The best home builders on Vancouver Island were recognized earlier this month during a gala awards ceremony at Nanaimo’s conference centre.

The Vancouver Island Building Excellence Awards (VIBE), produced by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Vancouver Island, showcased the best in residential construction, design and renovation.

The night’s big winners were TS Williams Construction and project partner KB Design and MAC Renovations both taking home four VIBE Awards. Pheasant Hill Homes took home five VIBE Awards including both Home Builder of the Year and Renovator of the Year.

The 2017 VIBE Award Winners are:

Best Single Family Home under 3,000 sq.ft: Creative Concepts Construction Inc, Nanaimo for Concrete Comfort

Best Single Family Home between 3,000 – 4500 sq.ft.: TS Williams Construction, Nanoose Bay for The Element with project partner KB Design

Best Single Family Home over 4500 sq.ft.: Horizon Pacific Contracting, Victoria for West Coast Modern and project partners MJM Architects and D’Introno Interior

Best Single Family Production Home: Aryze Developments, Victoria for Lateral

Best Townhouse Development: Aryze Developments. Victoria for Frank

Best Residential Renovation under $100,000: Zsiros Contracting, Courtenay for Knight Residence

Best Residential Renovation between $100,000 – $200,000: MAC Renovations, Victoria for Mid-Century Masterpiece

Best Residential Renovation between $200,000 – $300,000: MAC Renovations, Victoria for Suite Basement!

Best Residential Renovation $300,000 and over: Pheasant Hill Homes Ltd, Nanaimo for Heritage Enlightened

Best Single Family Kitchen Renovation under $75,000: MAC Renovations, Victoria for Suite Kitchen!

Best Single Family Kitchen Renovation over $75,000: Pheasant Hill Homes, Nanaimo for Heritage Enlightened

Best Single Family Kitchen – New over $50,000: TS Williams Construction, Nanoose Bay for Atrium Beach House with project partner KB Design

Best Single Family Bathroom Renovation over $30,000: MAC Renovations, Victoria for Serenity by the Sea

Best Single Family Bathroom New over $30,000: GNB Builders, Ladysmith for Maison de Campagne

Best Innovative Feature – New or Renovation: Hanna Construction, Parksville for 3816 Island Hwy

Best Outdoor Living Space – New or Renovation: TS Williams Construction, Nanoose Bay for The Element with project partner KB Design

Best Interior Design Custom Residence – New or Renovation: The Interior Design Group, Nanaimo for Mariner Point

Best Any Room: The Interior Design Group, Nanaimo for Mariner Point

Best Environmental Initiative: Pheasant Hill Homes, Nanaimo for Gulf Island Sanctuary with project partner BC Passive House

Project of the Year: TS Williams Construction, Nanoose Bay for The Element with project partner KB Design

Renovator of the Year: Pheasant Hill Homes, Nanaimo

Home Builder of the Year: Pheasant Hill Homes Ltd., Nanaimo

For more information, please visit www.VIBEawards.ca.

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