Kamloops, BC – December 4, 2019 – The Canadian Home Builders Association Central Interior announces the 2020 finalists of the 15th Annual Keystone Awards.

The Keystone Awards recognize and honour outstanding achievements made within the Home Building Industry over the past year and celebrate those who have gone above and beyond in upholding the highest level of construction industry excellence.

There were 23 award categories, each with their own individual submission criteria, that allow companies to showcase the unique aspects of their recently completed new builds, renovation projects, interior or landscape design, sales and marketing campaigns, partnerships, energy efficiency measures and more. Finalists and winners of each category were judged by experienced, well-respected and award-winning professionals from across the country. They drew on their experience and expertise to adjudicate each entry in its category. A representative from BDO Canada LLP recorded and tabulated each judge’s vote.

“The Keystone Awards are seen as a true showcase of expertise and industry excellence across the province”, says CHBA Central Interior President, Kelly Reid. “Receiving an award or finalist designation within a category can quickly assist in establishing a company’s legitimacy and potentially further its reputation as a whole with the general public.”

The following companies are SILVER award finalists and will compete for the GOLD award which will be announced at the Keystone Awards Gala at TRU Grand Hall on Saturday February 1st, 2020.

To see a full list of the finalist, please click here.
Tickets are now available and can be purchased here.

“Congratulations to all of the 2020 finalists. Thank you to all who submitted entries this year. Looking forward to announcing the winners at the Gala.” says Kelly Reid, CHBA Central Interior President.




Contact: Rose Choy
Executive Officer
Canadian Home Builders’ Association Central Interior (CHBACI)
T: 250.828.1844
E: [email protected]
W: www.chbaci.ca

"As a member of the CHBA, for the past 20 years, I have always found the association to be an extremely valuable resource and advocate for the industry."