In what was a first in the history of the HIA-CSR Housing awards, 2020 saw the introduction of two virtual awards ceremonies for both the NSW and Hunter Regions.
On Friday 21st November for the NSW Region awards, Eden Brae homes were immensely proud of winning the prestigious and coveted NSW Professional Major Builder Award for five consecutive years at the 2020 HIA CSR Housing, Kitchen & Bathroom awards. This acknowledgement is a real testament to our continued commitment to excellence in housing innovation, customer service, workmanship and services to the NSW region residential housing industry. Being 13 times winner of the NSW award in an increasingly competitive housing industry cements our business’s ability to implement continuous innovation, improvements and business practices to achieve our goals of building quality, affordable and beautiful homes for our valued customers. Additionally, Eden Brae were successful in winning the Work Health & Safety award once again which solidifies that for our business’s safety is the utmost priority for our employees and teams on our work-sites. And last but not least, we were ecstatic about our new home design launched in 2020, the Forsyth 33 winning Display Home in the $400,001-$500,000 price category.
For our Hunter Region, we were equally excited and proud to be announced as the HIA Hunter Region Professional Major Builder on Friday 13th November which makes this the third time Eden Brae have won this award in this incredibly competitive region. Being nominated as a finalist in the Work Health & Safety category and our home design the Newington 22MK2 in the best display home for $300,001-$325,000 category is fantastic recognition for our commitment to servicing our valued customers in the Hunter Region.
These awards rightly acknowledge the outstanding contributions from the entire Eden Brae team in both our NSW and Hunter regions.
With a record number of entries in these awards this year and the winning results, we believe Eden Brae have every reason to celebrate our achievements in both the NSW and Hunter Regions.
For more information read Media Release from the HIA.