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First class workmanship helps customers win quality awards

June 27, 2016

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Quality workmanship by electricians at Clarkson Evans has contributed to the company helping 14 national house-builders win an impressive fifty construction site management awards in the first stage of the national Pride in the Job Awards.

In regions covered by the electrical contractor it is estimated that 28% of the site managers announced as quality award winners work in partnership with electricians from Clarkson Evans.  

Nathan Evans, Managing Director at Clarkson Evans, said: “Quality work is what keeps our customers happy and so we’re delighted to announce that we’ve helped 50 site managers, working for 14 separate builders, be recognised in this year’s Pride in the Job Awards. This is three more sites than last year!”

Pride in the Job is the house-building industry's most prestigious awards programme. Running for 35 years, it is dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards in house-building.

Apprentices and electricians work as a team

The prestigious awards programme is run by the NHBC, the standard setting body and leading home construction warranty and insurance provider for new and newly-converted homes in the UK.

All site managers running a site with a home or homes that are registered for NHBC Buildmark cover, are automatically entered into the competition.

The winning sites are located throughout Clarkson Evans’ branch network in areas such as Abergavenny, Banbury, Bristol, Calne, Carterton, Cheltenham, Crawley, Dudley, Exeter, Gloucester, Kemble, Lyme Regis, Newport, Nuneaton, Shrewsbury Stafford, Stratford, Swansea, Tewkesbury, Trowbridge, Wantage and West Bromwich.

“Producing quality work is the cornerstone of our business. That’s why we consistently win repeat contracts from the UK’s top house builders year after year,” said Mr Evans.

“We have recently invested in the appointment of three quality managers whose job it is to audit the work of our electricians on site so that they maintain the high standards of workmanship that we expect. The audit programme allows us to recognise staff that are consistently turning out top quality work and to support those who may need additional training,” he added.
Site Managers who have been awarded Pride in the Job Quality Awards now progress to the next stage of the competition, hoping to be deemed worthy of a Seal of Excellence, Regional Award and eventual Supreme Award.