Aston Milan takes out top honour at Gold Coast Business Awards

GOLD Coast builder Aston Milan is leading the way in innovation bringing together fashion and home building and it’s being noticed by the local business community.

The boutique residential builder won the prestigious Emerging Business of the Year Award at the annual Gold Coast Business Awards black tie gala dinner at Jupiters Hotel and Casino on Saturday night.

Aston Milan directors Grant Fielder and Robbie Douglas say they are “humbled, proud and appreciative” of the award win.


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Mr Douglas said it was a great feeling to be recognised among the Gold Coast business community for innovation in the industry.

“It is about being recognised for the difference we are making in the industry and our customers are loving it,” Mr Douglas said.

“It’s not just about building a home, it is about offering better products, experiences, and solutions and that was our objective when we recently opened our Mia Cara Creative Forum adjoining our head office in Southport.

Aston Milan Homes PHOTO: Supplied

Aston Milan Homes accepting their award on Saturday night PHOTO: Supplied

“Customers can view all of the amazing products and finishes on display and have a dedicated interior designer to help them style their new home.

“The flow-on effects for our customers mean they are getting the very best in the project home building industry and we are extremely proud of that.

“It’s been a massive year and the business has really transformed in the last 12 months.

“I think it’s safe to say, Aston Milan has arrived. We are no on the radar of people looking to build new on the Gold Coast and Brisbane and it is an honour to be recognised for the hard work and a relentless pursuit of excellence,” Mr Douglas said.

The team are this week preparing for their own Inaugural Aston Milan Gala Awards Dinner where customers, trade suppliers and staff will come together to celebrate the year in more glamour and style.

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