Site managers working for house builder Barratt Homes have scooped up another haul of awards for their workmanship.

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  • The site managers have won 76 awards nationally in the Pride in the Job Quality Award campaign organised by the construction standard setting body, the National House Building Council (NHBC).

    This is the eighth year running that the group's site managers have picked up more awards than any other house builder.

    In the south west region, successful site managers were Martin Beard for Jasmine Place in Shepton Mallet, Martyn Fare who is based at The Meads in Frampton Cotterell, Alan Parrott at Fieldways in Paulton, Mike Sawyer for homes at Wichelstowe in Swindon and Kevin White who is site manager at Houndwood in Street.

    This is the fifth NHBC award for Parrott while Sawyer is now a three times winner and Beard has been honoured for the second time.

    The achievement comes after Barratt Homes was recently awarded a five star rating for customer satisfaction from the Home Builders Federation for a third consecutive year.

    The Pride in the Job Quality Awards are awarded after the NHBC carries out a series of spot check site inspections to select the best organised and best quality housing developments.

    More than 13,000 site managers throughout Britain were judged on every aspect of their job, including technical skill, quality workmanship, customer service and site safety.

    Mark Clare, chief executive of Barratt, said: "Site managers play a pivotal role in delivering high quality new homes and this latest success shows that our construction teams continue to lead the industry.

    "We have a track record of success in these awards going back over three decades, so our buyers should be reassured that their new homes are built by construction teams who prioritise high standards and best practice.

    "It is because we have such confidence in the quality of our build that we remain the only house builder to provide a five year warranty on the internal fixtures and fittings of our new homes at the time of purchase."

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