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Cape Cod Wins Double at Housing Industry Association Awards

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Cape Cod, Australia scored a double win at the recent 2012 HIA - CSR NSW Housing Awards by taking home the Renovations & Additions Project ($200,001 - $500,000) Award and Professional Renovator Award.

Sydney, NSW, Australia (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Cape Cod Australia scored a double win at the recent 2012 HIA - CSR NSW Housing Awards by taking home the Renovations & Additions Project ($200,001 - $500,000) Award and Professional Renovator Award. The Housing Industry Association (HIA) is Australia's largest residential building organisation. Members include builders, trade contractors, design professionals, kitchen and bathroom specialists, manufacturers and suppliers.

The judges in the Professional Renovator Award said, “Cape Cod, Australia have excellent systems in place that set them apart from other entrants in this category.”

Cape Cod directors Robert Moerman & Paul Petrusma acknowledged the contribution of employees, designers, subcontractors and suppliers working together to deliver consistently great outcomes for Cape Cod's clients.

Recognition was also given to company founder the late Dmitry (Tim) Kozubsky who passed away recently. Mr Kozubsky pioneered the first floor home extensions "industry" in Sydney and was strongly committed to innovation, leading Cape Cod for 42 years and over 6000 home additions.

About Cape Cod Australia
Established in 1965, Cape Cod Australia provide complete end to end building services for the design & construction of first floor home additions and large ground floor home extensions. Beginning at the concept design stage, Cape Cod manages projects through the entire approvals and construction process. Cape Cod provides a single point of responsibility and contact for their customers and services clients in greater Sydney metropolitan and the Blue Mountains and Gosford areas.

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