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Inverurie homes prove a winner for Barratt

By David Porter

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Seven site managers for Barratt Homes North Scotland have won a top national award for quality from the National House Building Council (NHBC).

Barratts Osprey Heights development proved a winner
Barratts Osprey Heights development proved a winner

Site managers from Osprey Heights in Inverurie, Westburn Gardens in Aberdeen, Culloden West in Inverness and Huntingtower in Perth have all won Quality Awards for excellence in on-site management at the 2020 NHBC Pride in the Job Awards.

The winners for Barratt North Scotland are:Alan Wharton, Culloden West; Marc Duncan, Countesswells; Brendan Saba, Huntingtower; Scott MacNicol, Riverside Quarter; Scott O’Donnell, Westburn Gardens; Barry Cooper, Osprey Heights and Jeff Calder, Ness Castle.

Now in their 40th year, the Pride in the Job awards recognise the very best site managers from around the country.

Across the UK, Barratt Developments has won 92 Quality Awards this year.

Barratt Developments has now won Pride in the Jobs Quality Awards for 16 years in a row, a record unmatched in the industry which shows its commitment to building homes of the highest quality.

Each site manager is judged on a range of key criteria including health and safety, their technical knowledge, customer service and attention to detail.

Pride in the Job is the most highly regarded competition in the housebuilding industry with just 450 individual winners being chosen from over 11,000 entrants.

Managing director for Barratt North Scotland David Palmer said: “It is great to see that our site managers are rated as amongst the very best in the country for the high quality of the homes they deliver.

“It is now more important than ever that customers have confidence in the homes they are buying, and the mark of a Pride in the Job Quality award shows that their home has been built to the highest of standards.

“We are incredibly proud of the awards won by our teams, which are testament to the hard work and time they put in to each new build home.”

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