A Site Manager working for David Wilson Homes Mercia, in Bicester has won a prestigious award in the National Housebuilding Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Awards, as they search for the best-run building sites in Britain.
Simon Evans, (44) from Daventry has been awarded the prestigious accolade for the exemplary standards he sets at his development, De Lacy Fields at Kingsmere in Bicester.
Simon has beaten 15,000 site managers, judged on every aspect of their job, including technical skill, quality workmanship, customer service and site safety, to win one of the competition’s 446 Quality awards and will be eligible to receive the Seal of Excellence award in October.
Simon, said; “I am very proud to have won a Pride in the Job award, I see it as a massive achievement for not just me, but also the people I work with. It is an indication that everyone is maintaining high quality standards on a demanding site.”
The Pride in the Job Quality Awards are the most coveted in the housebuilding industry. They are awarded after the construction standard setting body NHBC carries out a series of spot check site inspections to select the best-organised and best-quality housing developments.
John Fitzgerald, Managing Director at David Wilson Homes Mercia said: “The official recognition of the job which Simon is doing shows that David Wilson Homes Mercia is building some of the best quality homes in Oxfordshire.
“The Site Manager plays a pivotal role in delivering high-quality new homes and that is why we are so delighted with these national awards.
De Lacy Fields currently has a range of three, four and five bedroom houses available, priced from £290,000. For more information please call the sales centre on 01869 253 019 open daily between 10am and 5pm.
Alternatively please call the sales information centre on 0844 811 3322 open seven days a week from 8am to 9pm or log on to www.dwh.co.uk.
David Wilson Homes Mercia has been merited the maximum five star official rating from the Home Builders Federation (HBF) for the fifth year in a row. The news was announced after more than 20,000 new home buyers across the country took part in this year’s HBF customer satisfaction survey.