Every year the Canadian Home Builders' Association of British Columbia (CHBA-BC) recognizes developers, builders and sometimes local governments for unique, beautiful and progressive building projects that showcase the state of the industry.
Several Whistler projects have received Georgie Awards in the past, and 2009 was no exception.
Last week the Fitzsimmons Walk townhouse project earned two awards, Best Townhouse Development and Best Kitchen under $40,000 (New). It was also a runner up in several other categories: Best Interior Design Display Suite (Single Family or Multi-Family), Best Project/Site Specific Website and Residential Community of the Year.
Schreyer Construction Ltd. won the Best Residential Renovation $500,000 to $749,000, and was a finalist in the Best Renovation, Any Room category.
The Squamish Seniors Centre was also recognized, with an award going to Solterra and the District of Squamish for the Squamish Senior Centre on Village Green Way for Successful Public-Private Partnership. It was the second year that Solterra and Squamish shared a Georgie Award.