Top 5 New Home Builders in NSW
Published 12:15 am 6 Mar 2021
For many Australians, the idea of building their own home from scratch is more attractive than buying an existing home or unit that has already been occupied. Those who follow this path can build the home that best suits them and their family. However, finding a builder you can trust is not always easy. There are many decisions to make and recommendations and referrals can be difficult to obtain.
To help those in NSW find the right builder to help create their dream home, we’ve provided a snapshot of the state’s top five new home builders for 2019/20 as judged by the Housing Industry Association in its latest HIA-Colourbond Steel Housing 100 report.
New Home Builders in NSW
New Home Builders in NSW here’s the Top 5 to Consider
When it comes to new home builders in NSW we’ve summed up 5 to help you with your next build.
1. Dyldam Developments
Dyldam Developments is an award-winning property development and construction group that specialises in high-density, mixed-use projects. Its mission is to create quality, contemporary, high-density housing in Australia. Its commitment to excellence is built upon foundations of quality, value, progress and strength.
Some of Dyldam Developments more iconic developments in Sydney include the previous News Ltd site and Auto Alley in Parramatta as well as the former Bond’s spinning mills, Parklea Markets and the Bull n Bush Hotel.
The group was founded in 1969 with a vision to create aspirational apartments for Australian families. Its first contribution to Sydney’s streetscape was a red brick block of six units in Auburn. By 1984 it had built its 100th apartment and in 1997 had built its 1000th before moving into high-rise developments in 2000. By 2014, it had built its 5000th apartment and won an Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Award a couple of years later.
Since its modest beginnings, Dyldam has expanded to become a multi-million-dollar business success. Corporate philanthropy remains intrinsic to its culture with many staff and management volunteering for community and church projects.
Dyldam Developments had the most housing starts of any builder in NSW in 2019/20, commencing 2272 units, all as the builder-developer.
2. MJH Group
The MJH Group has been established for more than 30 years after being founded in 1987 as a family owned business based in the Hunter region of NSW. The group is respected as a new project home, multi-residential and investment property building company that offers a broad range of solutions aimed at challenging convention through an ongoing commitment to quality and innovation.
The integrated building group comprises 10 businesses including McDonald Jones Homes, Mojo Homes, Brighton Homes, MJH Multi Residential Projects, Wilson Homes, Weeks Building Group, Complete McDonald Jones and MyChoice Services Suite. Its staff of 650 employees and 3000 contractors and tradespeople are committed to, and focused on, revolutionising their clients’ lifestyles through architectural design, quality workmanship and customer experience across their building footprint.
Over time, MJH Group’s portfolio has grown and evolved to offer a range of services that cater to diverse needs, goals and budgets, from architecturally designed homes, multi-residential projects and investment properties, to interior styling, affordable home-loan options and simplified conveyancing.
As well as its NSW base, MJH Group is strengthening its position in the greater Canberra region, Queensland, Tasmania and in South Australia.
MJH Group commenced 1765 dwellings in NSW during the 2019/20 financial year, including 1604 houses and 161 semi-detached properties.
3. Parkview Construction
Operating across greater Sydney, Parkview is a privately owned Australian construction group, which was first established nearly 25 years after being founded in 1997 by Tony Touma. Touma, who remains an important part of the business today, was initially focused on private residential buildings and small industrial projects.
The group delivers projects across a wide range of sectors, including residential, mixed-use and masterplanned communities, aged care and seniors living, as well as industrial, retail, commercial and education. However, despite its dynamic growth, it has never lost touch with its early beginnings and continues to strive for excellence in small, medium and large-scale projects alike.
Parkview Construction’s goal is to work in true partnership with its stakeholders to deliver new benchmarks in design and construction across its expanding portfolio of building projects. Its management team comes with extensive multidisciplinary background and experience in construction, engineering, architecture, project management, property development, investment and asset management. The group remains strongly committed to quality, sound business practices and a desire to remain competitive.
Some of the organisation’s most recent projects include The Orchards development at Sydney’s Baulkham Hills; Archibald at Bondi Junction; and Granville Place at Granville.
Parkview Construction commenced 1434 units during 2019/20.
Hutchinson Builders (Hutchies) is Australia’s largest privately owned construction company. Since 1912 and across five generations, it has placed family values at the core of every structure, every team, and every task it’s been involved in, providing a rich history and building a bright future.
The group operates right across the country, and delivers homes for clients in all markets, on any scale and in every location. It has a team of 1500, a strong balance sheet and a cash position that provides customers with the confidence that it will be around for the long haul no matter what the climate.
Hutchies is a diverse organisation, and the following divisions all operate under the banner of J Hutchinson Pty Ltd:
- Hutchinson Builders, specialising in construction;
- Hutchies Civil, specialising in urban infrastructure;
- Hutchies Cranes & Hoists, servicing its wholly owned 32 cranes and 37 hoists;
- Hutchies Modular, delivering 60,000 square-metres of prefabricated solutions each year; Hutchies Plant & Scaffold, servicing their 175,000 square-metres of scaffold; and
- Hutchies Training, supporting their 120 apprentices and cadets in partnership with its Statim Yaga Indigenous employment initiative.
Hutchies commenced 1257 new builds in 2019/20, including 1184 units and 73 semi-detached homes.
5. Clarendon Residential Group
Clarendon Residential Group has been operating for more than 40 years and in that time has built more than 25,000 homes. In November 2012, the Clarendon Group was re-acquired by its founder Peter Campbell.
A major part of the organisation’s success is the emphasis it places on caring for its clients’ needs. This emphasis has resulted in clients and their families coming back time after time and has also led to many of their clients’ friends referring them to their friends.
Clarendon Residential Group’s unwavering commitment to meeting the ever-changing needs of new home buyers has also resulted in the group being consistently named as an award winner for its innovative new home designs, sustainable GreenSmart accredited housing and best OH&S practices.
Clarendon Residential Group believes that every customer is different and has their own unique requirements when it comes to a home, so it offers more than 40 designs as well as multiple facades and interior options. Every Clarendon Residential Group home passes an independent quality inspection of 200 inspection points in the final two weeks of construction, and a Lifetime Structural Guarantee for every home is also given.
Clarendon Residential Group commenced building 692 houses over the 2019/20 financial year.
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