They have been commended in a competition to find the best run building sites in Britain.
No less than four site managers employed by Barratt Homes have been named as recipients of the National House Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Award.
The NHBC carries out a series of spot check site inspections to select the most organised and best quality housing developments.
Almost 13,000 site managers throughout Britain were judged on every aspect of their job, including technical skill, quality workmanship, customer service and site safety.
This is Roy Eyre's ninth consecutive Pride in the Job Quality Award since joining Barratt some 28 years ago. Eyre is currently executing his craftsmanship at The Grange development in Mansfield.
This is Mark Dowdall's fourth consecutive Pride in the Job Quality Award, for his work at the Manor Farm development in Lincoln. This latest accolade will accompany a string of in-house awards including 'site manager of the year.'
Martin Rose also picks up his fourth consecutive Pride in the Job Quality Award for his high standards. He has been commended for his work at the company's Fernwood Village development in Newark.
Finally, Tom Jones picks up his well deserved Pride in the Job Quality Award for his workmanship at the house builder's popular development, Bridon Place in Retford.
The four site managers were joined by others working for Barratt across Britain, which have scooped a record breaking 102 awards for quality workmanship. This is the highest number ever won by a single company since the competition began in 1980.
Rob Hutchings, construction director at Barratt Homes in the North Midlands said: "We are proud of the workmanship of all of our site managers and the official recognition of Roy, Mark, Martin and Tom confirms that Barratt is building some of the best housing developments.
"The site manager plays a pivotal role in delivering high quality new homes and that is why we are so delighted with these national awards."
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