The award winning home for HR Pacific.

Golden home receives builders award

The Canadian Home Builders' Association is proud to announce that Golden's own HR Pacific has been named a finalist for the Georgie Awards.

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) Rocky Mountain is proud to announce that Golden’s own HR Pacific has been named a finalist for the Georgie Awards.

British Columbia’s residential construction industry is renowned for the stunning new homes and renovations they create and this year, a home project in Golden caught the attention of Georgie Awards judges.

The Georgie Awards, now celebrating their 21st year, are nationally known for recognizing and rewarding excellence and innovation in British Columbia’s home building and renovation community.

“This year’s awards raked in more than 500 entries that feature amazing, brand-new homes and breathtaking home renovations throughout B.C. in a total of 45 categories, showcasing the culture of imagination and ingenuity that just grows stronger in B.C.’s industry each year,” said Sharrie Paulsen, executive officer for CHBA-Rockey Mountain.

For a stunning contemporary custom home surrounded by trees in an alpine setting, HR Pacific Construction Management Ltd. was chosen as a finalist in the Custom Home Valued Between $1,500,000-$3,000,000.

“British Columbia’s home building and renovation community is constantly raising the bar with the new home and renovation projects they create,” says Canadian Home Builders’ Association of BC (CHBA BC) Secretary Treasurer and CHBA Rocky Mountain member Mike Delich.

CHBA Rocky Mountain would like to congratulate one of our members David Ratzlaff with HR Pacific Construction Management Ltd for being a Georgie Award finalist.

CHBA Rocky Mountain is a voluntary membership made up of building professionals and related businesses that are committed to industry excellence. Through the association, members have access to technical information as well as specialized education and training courses. CHBA RM also promotes a members’ code of ethics that calls for high standards in customer relations and business practices.

View all the finalist galleries at www.georgieawards.ca.

 

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