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Site manager named as one of best in the country
A site manager for North-East housebuilder Yuill Homes has been recognised as one of the best in the country for managing a building site, after winning a prestigious industry award.
Steve Cook, 41, from Wolviston Village, near Billingham was named the Supreme Winner in the Medium Builder category at the NHBC (National House Building Council) Pride in the Job Awards 2012 for overseeing construction work at Yuill Homes’ College Gardens development in Billingham.
Up against 13,000 entrants from across the UK, he was one of five other site managers recognised at the awards for their outstanding achievements in building new homes.
David Mullins, managing director at Yuill Homes, said: “I’m incredibly proud of Steve for winning such a prestigious national award. His dedication to managing a building site is second to none and his team also deserve the recognition for creating such an outstanding housing development at College Gardens.
Mike Quinton, NHBC Chief Executive, said: “Steve has consistently built homes of exceptional quality, having been shortlisted in both 2010 and 2011. The independent judges this year were extremely impressed at the standards Steve maintained on site, which is all the more impressive given that the winning benchmark rises year on year. Steve can be rightly proud of his achievement, which puts him at the top of his profession.”
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