Lacey Construction won a 2020 CHBA National Award for Housing Excellence in the category of Detached Homes – Production – Under 1,800 square feet, for the project the Kermode Cabin. / Submitted Photo

Mission company wins national housing award

Lacey Construction won a 2020 CHBA National Award for Housing Excellence for the Kermode Cabin

Lacey Construction was honoured on Friday as the local company won a 2020 CHBA National Award for Housing Excellence in the category of Detached Homes – Production – Under 1,800 square feet, for the project called the Kermode Cabin.

Comfortably nestled along the 14th hole of Sandpiper Resort in Harrison Mills, the Kermode Cabin brings together form and function to provide a great guest experience.

This luxury cabin features locally sourced materials including western red cedar logs from Haida Gwaii, top to bottom Woodtone tongue & groove wall and ceiling coverings, and custom color-matched pine trim/baseboards.

Full interior design was done in house by Lacey Construction’s interior designer Tanya Soon and the project managed by project manager Steven Page.

“The Lacey Construction team was so excited to work with amazing tradespeople on this job including amazing local businesses including Artisan Log & Timber Homes, Pretty Creek Contracting, Focal Point Landscape Solutions, Fraser Valley Building Supplies, Atlanta Flooring, JMV Woodworks, Davies Sand & Gravel, Cloverdale Paint, Noble BC all based in Mission and surrounding area,” said Erik Lacey, president of Lacey Construction.

This is the second National Housing Award of Excellence that Lacey Construction has won – the Kermode Cabin is also in contention for two categories in the CHBA BC Georgie Awards to be broadcast June 26.

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