Winner of an NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award 2020
Graham Oldfield from Wharfdale Homes has been awarded an NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award
We are thrilled to announce that site manager Graham Oldfield from Wharfdale Homes has won an NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award for their latest development Signal House in Hampsthwaite, North Yorkshire. Jake Flower from the IQ Regional Team worked with Graham Oldfield on this project to ensure a smooth installation of glazing.
The Pride in the Job Awards is renowned in the construction industry as it is the only competition that recognises the contribution that a site manager makes to a construction project. It is one of the most highly regarded awards in the industry, offering recognition for excellent performers in the UK housebuilding field. This competition helps to raise the bar on the standard of new build homes in the UK.
This year marks the 40 year anniversary of the NHBC Pride in the Job award. Over the four decades, Pride in the Job has promoted competition between site managers to encourage site managers to build new homes to the highest quality while showing best practices.
From over 11,000 site managers who were eligible for the award this year, just 450 have been selected based on their high standards on site and for the quality of the construction on their projects.
Graham Oldfield from Wharfdale Homes was one of the 450 site managers who won an NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award. Jake Flower from IQ work closely with Graham on the Signal House project in Hampsthwaite, a high specification 4 bed detached new build. The build is contemporary and boasts large glass elevations including slim framed aluminium casement windows, Sieger slim sliding doors and frameless glass balustrades. These large elevations of glass will allow the new occupants views over the Hampsthwaite village and the Nidderdale area, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Designed by HWO Architects, this property combines elegance and simplicity with a careful selection of materials. The property was designed with an open plan layout, which benefits from increased ceiling heights to achieve a sense of airiness and space throughout the home – something that has been even more desirable during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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