Release 15-March 2004
plasterer judged best in State. Again!
Bowral plasterer Harold Scheibel of Scheibel Plastering has been
honoured in the 2004 Wall & Ceiling Industry Awards. The awards
which recognize excellence in the wall and ceiling industry were
presented at a gala dinner held at the Novotel in Brighton Le
Sands last Friday night.
Scheibel's award was "Best in Community Projects" category
and was won for the specialised work he and his men did on Tamworth's
"Walk A Country Mile" museum. The exhibition is within
the Tamworth Visitor Information Center and displays the history
of Australian country music. CEO of Tourism Tamworth, Dean Belle
said he was delighted and proud that the project won the award.
"I'm sure it's the first of many awards, "Belle said,
"we set out to achieve something special, something intriguing,
entertaining and informative and we're thrilled with the results".
is the second time Scheibel Plastering has been judged the best
in the state. He won the overall prize for excellence in 2002
for his work on actor Noeline Brown's house in High Range. "It's
a great honour to win again," Scheibel said,"especially
for this project which had to be completed within an extremely
short time to coincide with the start of the 2004 Tamworth Country
of the "Walk A Country Mile" project, Tony Saltier and
Craig Pattinson of the Wintergreen Arcoessence Group earmarked
Scheibel for the project almost before the drawings were complete.
"We've worked with Harry before," Saltier said, "he's
the best.""It was a highly complex job," Pattinson
said, "there were curved walls and ceilings around every
corner - we had to have great carpenters framing it and then the
very best plasterers."
and Pattinson have recently completed the design work on The Slim
Dusty Centre - a multi-million dollar museum about Slim's life