INDUSTRY RECOGNITION: Michelle and Chris Dodt of Hotondo Homes Gympie were finalists in the recent Northern Territory and Queensland Professional Builder of the Year Award.
INDUSTRY RECOGNITION: Michelle and Chris Dodt of Hotondo Homes Gympie were finalists in the recent Northern Territory and Queensland Professional Builder of the Year Award. Contributed

Gympie builders finalists in Builder of the Year Award

GYMPIE builders Chris and Michelle Dodt were finalists for the Northern Territory and Queensland Professional Builder of the Year Award at the annual Hotondo Homes national conference recently.

To win the Northern Territory and Queensland Professional Builder of the Year Award builders were judged on a number of criteria including customer satisfaction and service, quality of homes built and attention to detail when it came to the complete building process.

Hotondo Homes managing director Michael Renwick said that given the tough competition in the Northern Territory and Queensland, Chris and Michelle were standouts in their nominated award category.

"Chris, Michelle and their team always strive to build quality homes and they are deserving finalists," Mr Renwick said.

"They continue to work with their clients and their community to build homes and they are passionate about what they do."

Chris and Michelle were thrilled to be recognised at the annual Hotondo Homes national conference.

"To be recognised for our hard work is very humbling," Mr Dodt said.

"We love building homes for people and it's nice to know that we're on the right track."

Chris, Michelle and their team build in Gympie and the surrounding areas of Glenwood, Tin Can Bay, Rainbow Beach and Goomeri.

They pride themselves on providing customers with a professional and personalised building service.

Contact Chris, Michelle and their team on 5482 2000 or visit their office at 20 Excelsior Rd, Gympie, Queensland.

Gympie Times


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