Lacey Construction won five awards at the 2020 Canadian Home Builders Association Fraser Valley Housing Awards of Excellence, held Feb. 22 in Abbotsford. / Submitted Photo

Lacey Construction won five awards at the 2020 Canadian Home Builders Association Fraser Valley Housing Awards of Excellence, held Feb. 22 in Abbotsford. / Submitted Photo

Lacey Construction wins five industry awards

Local business, based out of Deroche, honoured by Canadian Home Builders Association - Fraser Valley

It was a big night for Lacey Construction.

The local business, based out of Deroche, won five awards at the 2020 Canadian Home Builders Association Fraser Valley Housing Awards of Excellence, held Feb. 22 in Abbotsford.

At the top of the list was the award for Best Custom Home Builder. Other awards won by Lacey were Best Renovation – Kitchen under $50,000, Best Renovation Any Room, Best Production Home Under 2,300 Square Feet and Best Certified Production Home.

Lacey Construction’s – which is celebrating its 21st year in business – entry into the awards was Kermode Cabin, built for Sandpiper Resort. The cabin is certified Built Green and features log and timber design by Artisan Log & Timber Homes.

Lacey Construction’s interior designer Tanya Soon did the design from start to finish, including furnishings and last touches. The Kermode Cabin is also a finalist in the CHBA Provincial Georgie Awards.

“We are so thankful to be named the Best Custom Home Builder in the Fraser Valley. Thank you to our team, suppliers, trades – and especially our clients – for making this possible,” said Lesa Lacey.

A focus on local suppliers and trades is a key point for Lacey Construction with strong partnerships with Fraser Valley Building Supplies.

“We are so blessed to work in a community that is supportive and caring – and we look forward to the provincial and national CHBA awards coming up in March and April,” added Lesa Lacey.

With a focus on community, Lacey Construction is committed to giving back where they live and work – supporting a backpack food program in Dewdney, Deroche and Mission elementary schools as well as promoting the skilled trades through support of women in trades initiatives, volunteering with Skills BC and sitting on District of Mission committees.

Lesa Lacey will be the first female chair of the BC Construction Safety Alliance this fall, and the company is grounded in their commitment to the industry.

“A home is where we put our kids to bed, where we hang out with the family dog, where we host all-night kitchen parties – it is where we start and end our days,” said owner Erik Lacey. “We are blessed to have the opportunity to work with families on their homes. The respect, passion and care we bring to every project is rooted in our firm belief that we are families working for families.”


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