Fernie Home Builders was named as best single family detached home in the category between $1 to $1.5 million at the Central Interior Canadian Home Builders Association (CHBA) Awards in Kamloops.

“I was honoured to win best in class by the Canadian Home Builders Association of the Central Interior for the Elkhorn Cabin at Fernie Alpine Resort,” said Mike Delich, owner of Fernie Home Builders.

Mike Delich is a long time Fernie resident who saw the potential for resort living in 1989 then pioneered the first Timberline Lodge. His developments have continued with Juniper Lodge, Snow Creek Cabins, Polar Peak Lodges, Fernie Golf Estates, and Bear Paw Lodges.

Strong architectural design, detailed site planning, hand crafted interiors and emphasis on landscape perennials and shrubs in harmony with the mountain settings are the signature of Fernie Home Builders.

Since 1965, the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of Central Interior has been the leading advocate of the residential construction industry across the interior of BC. They work to the benefit members and the public through government and public relations, education and building innovation.

They are built on a vision of housing excellence and provide industry leadership that creates a professional, affordable and profitable housing environment. Representing one of the largest industry sectors in Canada, their membership is made up of over 230 companies – including home builders, renovators, land developers, trade contractors, suppliers, lending institutions, insurance providers, and service professionals.

CHBA Central Interior is a not-for-profit organization governed by an elected volunteer Board of Directors and supported by professional staff.

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