Paul Edwards of Bellway Homes West Midlands will now progress to the next stage of the NHBC Pride in the Job awards, the industry’s most prestigious awards programme.
It is Paul’s second consecutive award for the development at Lakeside site in Cannock.
He said: “I’m thrilled to receive a Quality Award again this year. The awards get more competitive every year, especially in the West Midlands where competition is tough. Standards are always rising and consistency throughout the year is vital to succeed.”
Paul previously won three NHBC Quality Awards at a development in Bridgnorth and two in Wednesbury where he was twice awarded a Seal of Excellence.
He will be joined in the next stage of the competition by three colleagues from Bellway Homes West Midlands. They are Steve Brown, site manager at The Birches in Halesowen; Nick Edmond for his work at Honeybrook in Kidderminster; and David Harrison for Hardintone Court in Birmingham.
Site managers are assessed throughout the year by their NHBC building inspector. To be successful they must demonstrate meticulous standards and strong leadership and they will be judged on their technical expertise and interpretation of designs.
The site managers will attend a regional final at the ICC in Birmingham next month. Winners of the Seal of Excellence awards, which are given to the top 130 site managers in the country, will be announced at the event. From these there will be regional winners who are selected to attend the Supreme Awards, which are the national finals.
Bellway Homes West Midlands Construction Director, Richard Holland, said: “I am proud of all four managers. They have achieved very high and consistent standards throughout the year. I would like to congratulate them all and wish them the best of luck for the regional final at the ICC in September”.