A record-breaking crowd of 900-plus will see Sinjen Director Tim Nathan named Young Builder of the Year at Crown Palladium tonight.
Shadow Planning Minister David Davis will present the award, also naming Mornington’s First Impressions Projects Master Builder of the Year and Gippsland’s Brooker Builders Regional Builder of the Year.
Master Builders CEO Radley de Silva said it was an honour to acknowledge the quality work, dedication and craftsmanship of all of the winners.
“It is exciting to recognise the up-and-coming talent of Young Builder of the Year Tim Nathan, whose work with Sinjen speaks volumes for the future of our industry,” Mr de Silva said.
“The class of entries this year was exemplary and it is a pleasure to reward the talent, skill and commitment to customer service that First Impressions, Brooker Builders and all of the winners have shown with the winning projects,” he said.
Tim has a Bachelors Degree in Design Communications from RMIT University, is a qualified carpenter, has a Certificate IV in Building Construction and holds a Domestic Builder’s Unlimited Licence in Victoria.
In addition to being a Director of Sinjen Pty Ltd, he is also the director/construction manager for seven luxury apartments in Brighton with a project value of $6 million.
“During his eleven years in the building industry, Tim has followed established processes and meticulous procedures to ensure the highest quality of finish is delivered every time,” Chief Judge Frank Pavan said.
“He is now pursuing accreditation as a user and installer of cross laminate timber and wants to learn more about Passivhaus technology and procedures.”
First Impressions Projects will now compete in the National Excellence in Building Awards to be held in Hobart on 25 November.
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