Redrow Homes South Wales is celebrating after three employees were awarded a Pride in The Job Quality Award 2017 by the National House Building Council (NHBC).
Redrow Site Managers, John Harris, Rob Summers and Ross Robertson were all selected for the prestigious accolade from the NHBC which acknowledged the high level of quality and management on their respective sites at Mon Bank in Newport, Awel Y Garth in Pentyrch, and Manor View in Treharris.
Now in its 37th year ‘Pride in the Job’ celebrates the exceptional contribution site managers make in creating homes of outstanding quality, and this year more than 16,000 site managers across the UK competed for the awards.
Redrow South Wales’ winners were hand-picked for their excellent standards on the local sites following 12 months of rigorous judging.
Beverley Wookey, Sales Director at Redrow Homes South Wales, said:
“We are all incredibly proud that John, Rob and Ross have all been recognised for their hard work on the developments, which is a result of the pride and dedication shown by each of them and their teams, and everybody else in the business who puts in such hard work to ensure we build the best houses and create the best homes for our customers in the area.”
Redrow has achieved a record 27 awards at the Pride in the Job Quality Awards this year and not only has Redrow outdone its 2016 tally of 24, the company’s 2017 awards count is more than double the average in the competition, which stands at 12. The number of successful site managers at Redrow has increased every year since 2013.
Redrow’s long history of success at these awards makes it one of the UK’s leading house builders with 10 developments across the region.