Third Consecutive NHBC Award For Lancashire’s Carl Harrison
Lancashire Site Manager Carl Harrison is celebrating his third year in a row of receiving the coverted NHBC Pride in the Job Award with homebuilder Miller Homes. The competition recognises site managers who have achieved the very highest standards in the building industry across the UK. From a field of more than 10,000, 450 site managers have won a Quality Award in the first round of NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards 2021. This represents the top 5% of those who entered and is testament to their commitment to deliver quality homes for their customers.
Pride in the Job, first launched over forty years ago and is the most highly regarded competition in the industry. Judging for the awards is rigorous, with the current competition beginning in July 2020 and each site manager assessed across six key areas: consistency, attention to detail, leadership, interpretation of drawings and specifications, technical expertise, and health and safety.
Pride in the Job is at the heart of NHBC’s core purpose to support the delivery of high-quality new homes. By recognising the very best site managers across the UK, the competition celebrates the vital role that site managers play in ensuring new homes are delivered on time, on safe sites and to exacting construction quality standards.
Carl Harrison, Site Manager at Miller Homes’ Catterall development, Beacon Park, said: “I’m delighted to be taking home a Pride in the Job award for the third year running, it’s not only a proud achievement for me but also for the whole team and is testament to the hard work they put into producing quality homes at Beacon Park.”
NHBC Chief Executive Steve Wood said: “Pride in the Job has been pivotal in improving the quality of new homes for more than 40 years. Despite the numerous challenges the industry has faced, the very best site managers of 2021 have remained focused on delivering high quality new homes for their customers. Congratulations to all the 2021 Pride in the Job Quality Award winners – be proud of what you are building and the standards you are setting.”