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An Edinburgh project manager has won a top industry accolade at a prestigious national awards ceremony in London. Mark Foley of CALA Homes (East) took home the esteemed ‘Multi-Storey Building’ award after representing Scotland at the National House Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Jo

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Iain Alexander, a senior site manager at Taylor Wimpey’s Benthall Farm development in East Kilbride, has been named Scottish champion in this year’s NHBC annual Pride in the Job Awards. Out of 16,000 entries, Iain won the Large Builder category in the Scottish round of these prestigious

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Mark Foley, project manager for CALA Homes (East), who oversaw the creation of Scotland’s most upmarket collection of new apartments will represent his profession north of the border at a prestigious UK awards ceremony. Mr Foley is responsible for the ongoing build at the developer’s fla

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A new operations director, head of technical operations and senior head of inspection have joined the leadership team at NHBC. The internal promotions see Diane Marshall appointed to the newly created role of operations director from her prior role as head of technical operations. Diane has held man

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Three house building site managers were crowned winners in the Scotland finals of the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2019 at a ceremony held at The Hilton Glasgow last week. Now in their 39th year, the awards organised by the warranty and insurance provider recognise and reward a site manager’s

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Barratt Homes East Scotland is celebrating after four of its site managers received prestigious industry accolades for their stellar work. Colin Graham of Dollar, Clackmannanshire, Peter Lawrie of Dunfermline, Barrie Mitchell of Inverkeithing and Ewan MacLean from Stirling received ‘Pride in t

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New home warranty and insurance provider NHBC has named Jeff Calder, John Dawson and Alan Wharton of Barratt Homes in the first round of its flagship competition for their sites in Inverness. The competition is dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards in house buildin

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Two North East site managers are celebrating this week after both received a prestigious industry award from the National Home Building Council (NHBC). Ross Black, site manager at CALA Homes’ Craibstone Estate development in Aberdeen, and Fred Anderson, from CALA at Grandhome in Bridge of Don,

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A site manager from CALA Homes (West) has been named as the only Scottish National Winner at the industry’s top health and safety awards – picking up Best Site in the Large Builder category. (from left) Steve Wood, NHBC chief executive officer, with Billy McCallum and guest speaker Hugh

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Bellway site manager George Carty is celebrating winning a Pride in the Job Quality Award for the eighth year running. George won the plaudit for his work at Manor Park in Cumbernauld, a collection of three, four and five bedroom homes in a leafy setting near Dullatur Golf Course.

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Two brothers who are both site managers with Mactaggart & Mickel are celebrating after each scooped a Pride in the Job Quality Award from NHBC. Jason Starritt is site manager for the family-owned housebuilder’s Buchanan Views development in Killearn, and his elder brother Paul Starritt is

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Two managers from CALA Homes (West) have received a prestigious commendation in recognition of their commitment to the highest health and safety standards in housebuilding. The homebuilder performed particularly well with two colleagues from Scotland being recognised in the NHBC Health and Safety Aw

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The number of new homes registered by the UK’s housebuilders and developers in the first three months of the year reached more than 37,500 – a 3 per cent increase on the same period in 2018. 37,672 new homes were registered to be built compared to 36,508 last year. The private sector was

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