Royston Road home.

Royston project up for two awards

J. Zsiros Contracting again up for Georgie Awards

A project from Royston has been named a finalist in two categories of the 2019 Georgie Awards — a provincial competition that celebrates excellence in new home construction and renovations.

J. Zsiros Contracting is in the running for best master suite up to $100,000, and custom home valued $500,000 – $899,999 for its “Rustic Modern” project in Royston.

J. Zsiros Contracting is a member of the Island branch of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of B.C. Last year, the company won a Georgie for best single family home up to 2,300 square feet under $500,000 – production.

The awards are open to all CHBA BC member companies. Finalists and winners are selected by a panel of out-of-province industry professionals.

“We’re excited to see the number of entries this year has surpassed previous entry records. It is very important to us to continue to deliver an exciting program based on industry professionalism, and continue to grow the awards program across the province,” said Neil Moody, CEO of the CHBA BC. “Congratulations to the 2019 finalists, and we look forward to announcing the winners at our gala in March.”

The 27t​h​ annual gala is March 9 in Vancouver.

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