THE National House Building Council (NHBC) has awarded Pride in the Job Quality Awards for managers at seven sites of Warrington based house builder Countryside.
Running for more than three decades, the awards recognise site managers who accomplish the finest possible standards of house building and are the highest industry accolade a site manager can receive.
The developments where each of the managers and their site teams have been recognised by the NHBC are Bank Top in Heywood, Coral Mill in Rochdale, Abode and Novo at Great Kneighton in Cambridge, Little Hollows in Essex, Brook Valley Gardens in Chipping Barnet and East City Point in Canning Town.
Amongst those honoured for demonstrating excellent leadership, technical expertise and vigorous health and safety processes are Greater Manchester-based site managers Joe Salkeld and Nick Corrigan.
For achieving outstanding quality at every build stage, each of the managers will now be put forward for the NHBC Pride in the Job Seal of Excellence Awards, which will be revealed in the autumn.
Ian Sutcliffe, Group Chief Executive for Countryside, said: “Receiving recognition from the NHBC is an outstanding accomplishment, not only because of the reputation the award holds within this industry, but also because it shows that our site teams are upholding the standard we strive to achieve at Countryside. We are very proud to have so many dedicated and hardworking members of staff who help us create places people love.
“We wish each of our members of staff the best of luck in the NHBC Pride in the Job Seal of Excellence Awards and look forward to hearing the results later this year.”