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ParkLane Homes wins eight awards

The Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association (GVHBA) presented its annual Ovation Awards in Vancouver on Saturday. The awards honour excellence in new home and renovation design, construction, accessibility, sustainability, affordability, energy efficiency and heritage restoration.

“Residential construction is a major contributor to Metro Vancouver’s economy and we are delighted to acknowledge the industry’s brightest stars,” said GVHBA President and CEO Peter Simpson.

Awards were presented in 41 categories.

ParkLane Homes of Vancouver led all award winners with eight, including Grand Ovation Awards for both Single-Family Builder of the Year and Multi-Family Builder of the Year.

They were honoured for design and innovation at many Langley housing projects including Bedford Landing in Fort Langley, Winchester in Murayville and Time in Walnut Grove.

“Congratulations to the winners and finalists. They can all be proud of their commitment to housing excellence,” said Rich Coleman, Fort Langley — Aldergrove MLA and minister responsible for housing.

The complete list of winners are available at www.gvhba.org/ovationawards.

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