WINNER: These G.J. Gardner Coffs Harbour townhouses have been named the best medium density project at the NSW Northern Regional Master Builders Awards for Excellence.
WINNER: These G.J. Gardner Coffs Harbour townhouses have been named the best medium density project at the NSW Northern Regional Master Builders Awards for Excellence.

Local builders claim accolades

G.J. GARDNER Homes Coffs Harbour has won a merit award for one of their local projects.

Their triplex project in Ballantine Dr, Korora won the best medium density project (townhouse and villas division) at the 2015 NSW Northern Regional Master Builders Awards for Excellence.

The build impressed judges with the quality of workmanship and innovation employed by the team.

"The ability of the team to work under pressure and still deliver beautiful craftsmanship is just amazing," said G.J. Gardner Coffs Harbour managing director Rick Fischer.

"It was a difficult build site and the team really had to get creative in order to deliver such a wonderful end product, but it paid off in the end with this award recognition."

The 2015 award is the fourth for the G.J. Gardner Coffs Harbour team, which has only been operating the Coffs business for two years.

"The most exciting part of this award is that it is recognition of our ability to achieve outstanding results in areas outside of stand-alone residential properties," Mr Fischer said.

"It shows our willingness and ability to take on any project - regardless of the complexity or size of the dwelling - and deliver a finished product to be admired."



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