CKP Constructions owner and director Craig Petersen said when he first saw the construction plan for R’air he knew it would be a very difficult building project but was excited by the challenge.“R’air was extremely complicated and difficult to build, set on 1207 sq/m of steep hilltop land, with a 30m wide frontage.The construction planning behind it was unlike anything I had worked on before,” he said.

“I am extremely proud of the high quality construction behind R’air and believe with the help of P3 developers and Kris Kowalski Architects, it was well-deserving of the Masters Builders’ award.

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The new R’air multi-level apartment complex, perched on prestigious Balmoral Hill, has impressed local residents and the Queensland Master Builders Association, taking out one of its top construction awards.

Fast-growing company CKP Constructions, based at Murarrie on Brisbane’s southside, built the apartments in Main Avenue, Balmoral last year.The apartments received the state 2013 Master Builders Housing and Construction Awards best in category for residential building (over three storeys) up to million.R’air was recognised for its quality construction, innovation in design and sustainability.“Two of the apartments have lifts and each of the four entrances can be accessed from the ground level.” The million R’air development has given CKP Constructions new-found recognition and respect, particularly in the tough Brisbane metropolitan property market.“We knew that it was going to be an extremely hard project to pull off because of the sloping block, limited access and restricted work space,” Mr Petersen said.“We wanted the quality to be of the highest standard to separate R’air from other multi-residential apartments in inner city Brisbane.