NHBC Awards 2011

— October 2012

Brandwells has once again won NHBC awards for its work in both the South West and South Wales.
In the South West we assisted Alan Parrott of Barratt Bristol in winning a Pride in the Job award for the fourth year running for his efforts at Fieldways, Paulton. Also for Barratt we were involved in winning an NHBC Best Site Award for Health and Safety 2011 for Tony Bird, the site manager at Kings Green, Quedgeley.
In South Wales Syd James of Redrow Homes won the NHBC Pride in the Job, Best Site in Wales Award, Major Builder, for his work at Glynderwen Meadows, Oakdale. Brandwells is carrying out the Roadworks, foundations and substructure works. The follow is the citation from Syds award:-

Syd James, of Redrow Homes South Wales

Syd won the Large Builder category title for his Glynderwen Meadows site in Oakdale, Gwent; a manger who constantly develops new ideas to help his team deliver homes of excellent quality, the foundation and substructure work on Syd’s new site is the best ever seen in the region by the judging panel.
Pride in the Job is the only awards scheme to reward site managers for the unique contribution they make to the housebuilding process, being responsible for delivering high quality homes by directing projects from start to finish.

Pete Watton, NHBC Regional Director for Wales, said:

Pride in the Job has been instrumental in raising the build quality of new homes in the UK for over three decades, with housebuilders now routinely striving for perfection in their work. A Pride in the Job award at any level marks the recipient out as a top performer, showing their true diligence and commitment to producing the best quality homes possible, but to win a Regional title demonstrates something just that little bit special.

See more at www.nhbc.co.uk/2011/PrideInTheJob
In addition to Syd’s award Redrow Homes’ Rob Summers also won a Pride in the Job award for the site at Penallta where Brandwells is the remediation and groundworks contractor.

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