Three Taylor Wimpey site managers at developments in Rugby, Coventry and Oldbury, are enjoying the benefits of being award-winning employees.

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  • The leading house builder celebrated the success of the prize-winning site managers by throwing a 'Pride in the Job' party in their honour.

    The special event was held by Taylor Wimpey at the Blossomfield Club in Solihull for Grahame Tolley, Mick Wale and Pete Biggs, who have each been named Pride in the Job Quality Award winners by the National House Building Council (NHBC).

    Nationwide, a total of 66 Taylor Wimpey site managers have been named Quality Award winners in 2012, including Tolley, from the Cedar Drive development in Oldbury; Wale, from The Chesterfields development in Coventry; and Biggs, from the Caldecott Manor development of properties in Rugby.

    NHBC Quality Awards are presented each year to the site managers of the best new homes developments across the country. Presented following a stringent judging process involving a number of NHBC inspections throughout the year, the Quality Awards also provide buyers with the assurance that the winning developments deliver top quality homes and excellent customer care.

    John Symons, managing director of Taylor Wimpey in the West Midlands, says: "Our commitment to maintaining the highest levels of quality, service and customer care has ensured that Taylor Wimpey continues to be an NHBC award-winning house builder year after year - both in the West Midlands and across the country.

    "Grahame, Mick and Pete thoroughly deserve their success and their awards are testament to the superior standards which we strive for at every single one of our new homes developments throughout the region. This special celebration has enabled us to pay tribute to their hard work in our own way."

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