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MPA Victoria/Tasmania Awards for Excellence

Posted on Sept 05, 2017

These awards recognise excellence in painting and decorating on both a commercial and domestic level and included the Apprentice of the Year awards. Entries were of exceptional quality with high standards of work submitted. The major winners on the night were Mattioli, Johnson Painting Group and Programmed Property Services Pty Ltd, each taking away two awards. Master Painters congratulates all winners, including Third Year Apprentice of the Year Sarah Richardson, nominated by Skill Training Victoria Pty Ltd, and Fourth Year Apprentice of the Year Jayden Mathison, nominated by Jarrod Ryan Painting and endorsed by his RTO, Federation Training.

ALL THE WINNERS OF THE 2017 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

Winner Domestic - New Project Under $30,000: TJC Painting & Decorating Pty Ltd

Winner Domestic - New Project Over $30,000: AG Professional Painting Pty Ltd

Winner Commercial - New Project: Golden Group Painting Contractors

Winner Domestic - Repaint Under $30,000: Johnson Painting Group

Winner Domestic - Repaint Over $30,000: Pelham Painters

Winner Commercial - Repaint Under $50,000: Johnson Painting Group

Winner Commercial - Repaint Over $50,000: Joe Issell Painting

Winner Commercial - Repaint over $100,000: Programmed Property Services Pty Ltd

Winner Heritage Restoration – Domestic: Victorian Heritage

Winner Heritage Restoration – Commercial: Mattioli

Winner Enviropainter Project: Programmed Property Services Pty Ltd

Winner Decorative Finishes: Mattioli

Winner Finishing Trades Infinity Coatings

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