MBAWA announce the best multi-unit developments in Perth at the Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Constructions Awards

Three multi-unit developments in Western Australia have been recognised for their excellence in construction at the 2021 WA Master Builders-Bankwest Awards

MBAWA announce the best multi-unit developments in Perth at the Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Constructions Awards
Treehouse, Jolimont. Image: Supplied

Three multi-unit developments in Western Australia have been recognised for their excellence in construction at the 2021 WA Master Builders-Bankwest Awards.

Among the winners included PACT Construction for their work on Edge Visionary Living’s Arthouse in Joondalup, taking the award for best multi-unit development between $20 million and $50 million.

The Master Builders Excellence in Construction Awards recognises excellence in the commercial, industrial, and civil engineering sectors, rewarding builders for demonstrating exceptional craftsmanship and commitment to building excellence.

Situated between the recently expanded Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre and an array of local retail boutiques, Arthouse is now the tallest building in Joondalup.

The 16-storey development comprises 162 apartments and takes cues from the surrounding landscape.

Designed by Hillam Architects, the tower places and health and recreation at its foundation, with in-house amenities including a 15-metre lap pool, spa, sauna, yoga retreat, gym and outdoor cinema

Two smaller developments, Bode’s One Iluka Beach and M/Group’s Quest Perth Ascot, were also awarded the title of best multi-unit development, in the price ranges of $5 million to $10 million and $10 million to $20 million, respectively.

M/Group also entered their Como apartment building M/26 to the awards, which has been developed under one of their three boutique brands, Match.

Although one-bedroom apartments at M/26 have sold out, two-bedroom apartments are still available, offering sophisticated and elegant apartments by the river.

Consisting of 40 well-designed apartments, M/26 boasts views of the Swan River and the Perth skyline.

Also entered was the EMCO Building-constructed Jolimont development, Treehouse.

Delivered by Stirling Capital, the exclusive 48-apartment project featured 17 unique floorplans, contemporary design and three colour schemes.

Treehouse’s features include an 11-metre outdoor heated pool, a two-level, fully-equipped gym and a private sun deck.

Multiplex Constructions took out the top award at the event which took place Saturday night for delivering WA’s largest data centre, NEXTDC P2.

The new tech hub is a critical piece of digital infrastructure that will assist WA businesses to operate and innovate.

The awards were held on July 17 at Crown Perth.
 

For the full list of multi-unit development entrants and winners, see below (winners in bold):

Best Multi-Unit Development ($5 Million - $10 Million):

  1. One Iluka Beach, Iluka
    Builder: Dale Alcock Projects

Best Multi-Unit Development ($10 Million - $20 Million):

  1. Aston238, Leederville
    Builder: FIRM Construction
  2. M/26, Como
    Builder: M/Construction
  3. Quest Perth, Ascot
    Builder: M/Construction

Best Multi-Unit Development ($20 Million - $50 Million):

  1. Compass Latitude, Leighton Beach
    Builder: Built Pty Ltd
  2. Treehouse Apartments, Jolimont
    Builder: EMCO Building
  3. Guildford Grammar New Boarding House
    Builder: FIRM Construction
  4. Lucent Apartments, Claremont
    Builder: JAXON Construction Pty Ltd
  5. Arthouse, Joondalup
    Builder: PACT Construction

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

Tags: 
Master Builders MBAWA Western Australia Perth Construction Excellence

Comments

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?