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STARS: MBA NSW vice president Simon Pilcher with John Melvin, Josh Sheather and Matthew Cook of North.


A swag of awards across individual and company categories, including the coveted Commercial Builder of the Year crown confirmed North Construction and Building’s premier status in the local industry.

Apart from the prestigious Commercial Builder of the Year gong, North also won thePublic Buildings $6million-$12million, Aged Care/Medium Density Developments, Interior and Shop Fitouts over $500,000 and Best Use of Bricks categories.

On top of that, North employees Mitchell Earl and Nicole Redmond took out the Commercial Apprentice of Year the Women in Building Recognition awards respectively.

“Our success at the Newcastle MBA awards is something our business can be proud of and celebrate,” North director Matthew Cook said.

“Getting this recognition from the peak building industry body in our region supports our claims of consistency, quality and professionalism in every project undertaken regardless of size, challenge or project team involved.

“We are grateful to our staff and the many subcontractors who contribute so much to achieving this success.

Mr Cook said the individual awards won on the evening are fantastic recognition among peers and the industry for both Nicole Redmond and Mitchell Earl.

“For our business, it shows the depth of talent we have and is testament to the support and training focus that underpins our business culture,” he said.

North has been in operation for 30 years and has grown steadily to become the largest locally owned and operated commercial building company in the region.

With a new head office at Tuggerah, their projects are primarily in the Newcastle, Central Coast and Greater Hunter regions and span the Aged Care, Health, Education and General Commercial sectors.

“North has established long term relationships with numerous subcontractors and our permanent workforce of direct employees ensures a stable construction team on each project from start to finish,” Mr Cook said.

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