Senior management said they were “thrilled” after being informed their entry for Renovation of the Year had impressed judges.
The Cubicle Building, at Hawkhead Village, Paisley, will now go head to head with six other entrants and a winner will be announced in June.
David Thomas, Kier Homes Caledonia’s sales and marketing director, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been recognised in the finals of the Scottish Home Awards.
“We had absolute confidence in our work at Hawkhead Village, transforming once dilapidated buildings into superb homes of the future, and we are thrilled the judges have recognised this hard work.
“We are keeping everything crossed for the ceremony next month but know we are up against tough competition.”
The Cubicle was one of the buildings of the former Hawkhead Hospital. Retaining its original 1930s Art Deco features, The Cubicle Building is a collection of 12 individually designed homes, with a property mix made up of villas, apartments and one bungalow.
The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Glasgow on June 15.