We’re proud to announce that we’ve won in the recent Master Painters Association Queensland’s Awards for Excellence 2020. Up against a lot of entries from the best Brisbane painters, we have won;
Winner – Residential Repaint (Interior)
Winner – Special Project
We would like to take this opportunity to give thanks to all the awesome clients we worked with this ‘crazy’ year and to our team members who made the great work possible. Congratulations to all other winners and to MPA-Queensland for pulling off this successful event!
The Master Painters Association (MPA) is the gold standard and peak representative body for Queensland’s painting and decorating industry. To achieve two wins in their 2020 Excellence awards is a great achievement and we are very proud. To win is recognition of our high standards and craftsmanship. The Master Painters Association of Queensland recognises both craftsmanship and ethical business practices when choosing winners.
The awards are open to all licenced painters and decorators undertaking domestic, strata, commercial and industrial work within Queensland. So we thank MPA for their recognition of Qpaint and again thank our team for their excellent work.
Residential Painting (Interior)
This internal house renovation and restoration at Spring Hill completed with the owners choosing to use Porter Paints throughout. Using a mixture of Eggshell Acrylic, Ultra Flat Acrylic, and Aqua Satin. The clients were over the moon with the final result and allowed us the opportunity to video the transformation. This was the 2nd project we completed for these clients as the downstairs renovation was done the year before.
Special Projects Category
St. Joseph’s Nudgee College – Grandstand
Our team worked closely with the architects on the final decisions regarding paint to be used, which was Resene Paint. Some challenging parts of this project including working with lead (abatement), making sure to keep the character of the structure and having to individually remove each piece of timber seating and decking, have each one stamped/numbered and then “distressing” all the non-painted areas to achieve the aged and heritage look the architects were wanting to achieve. Definitely, a highlight project to work on this last year.
The Grandstand project required high craftsmanship and skill. We enjoyed the entire process of this job, and along with clients and architects, we were delighted with the end result.