Judges look at a range of criteria including customer service
A site manager for David Wilson Homes South Midlands has won a national award for quality from the National House Building Council (NHBC).
Dan Jackson, 25, who is based at Marston Fields, won a NHBC Pride in the Job Quality award, considered to be the ‘Oscars of the housebuilding industry‘.
Dan has worked for David Wilson Homes for almost 10 years. He started as an apprentice carpenter and after working in this role for three years he received a promotion to trainee assistant site manager. He was appointed site manager at Marston Fields in May 2018. He said:
“This is my first Pride in the Job Quality award and this was my next personal target so I am delighted to receive this award.
“Marston Fields is a large site so there are many different aspects to the job, however my favourite part of the job has to be receiving positive feedback from our customers.
“I have an amazing team around me who understand what we expect and produce a very high standard of work. This award is a credit to them also.”
Each Site Manager is judged on a range of key criteria including health and safety, their technical knowledge, customer service and attention to detail.
Pride in the Job is awarded to 450 individuals from a field of over 11,000 entrants.