East Scotland site managers recognised with top industry award

Date: Thursday 16 July 2020

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Four of our East Scotland site managers are celebrating having each won a prestigious national housebuilding award in the 40th year of the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards. 

Eddie McCann, Graham Spence, Barry Watson and Graham Bianchi each received a National House-Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Award. Eddie oversees work at the Calderwood development in East Calder, whilst Graham is based at Victoria Grange in Monifieth. 

Barry oversees work at the Spencer Fields development in Inverkeithing and Gavin is based at Heartlands in Bathgate. The award recognises an individual’s dedication to building high-quality homes for new homebuyers, and they are presented following a rigorous judging process by NHBC inspectors. This includes assessing the developments throughout the year, as well as spot checks, which gives homebuyers the assurance that award-winning developments provide top-quality homes and excellent customer service. 

Tommy Stirling, Production Director for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland comments: “We are really proud to acknowledge that we have some of the best site managers in Scotland, and we are delighted to learn that four of our site managers in east of Scotland have received Quality Awards in this year’s NHBC’s Pride in the Job campaign. It’s fantastic news and recognises our drive to deliver the highest levels of quality, service and customer care for our customers right across our local area.” 

Gavin Hamilton, Managing Director for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland adds: “We are committed to maintaining the highest levels of quality and customer service, and this recognition has ensured that we continue to be an NHBC award-winning housebuilder year after year. Competition for an NHBC Quality Award continues to be tough, and this year’s awards are thoroughly deserved by all four site managers in recognition of an impressive team effort at our developments across the east of Scotland.”