Crest Nicholson is pleased to announce two of its site managers in the South West region have received a Quality Award for the National House-Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Awards 2019. More than 16,000 site managers around the country competed for this year’s awards, with just 450 winners selected.
Andrew Smith, site manager at Langford Fields, and Peter Currie, site manager at Meridian and Stray Park at Tadpole Garden Village were recognised for their exceptional contribution to the housebuilding industry.
Andrew and Peter will now be put forward into the next round, competing for the coveted Seal of Excellence, signifying the achievements of the top 100 site mangers in the UK.
Langford Fields comprises a collection of traditional three, four and five bedroom homes in Somerset, located 12 miles from Bristol. Prices start from £315,000 with Help to Buy and Part Exchange available on selected homes.
Located in Swindon, Meridian is the latest phase at the standout Tadpole Garden Village, offering modern three and four bedroom homes featuring the new Aurora Open Living Collection layouts. Meanwhile the popular Stray Park at Tadpole Garden Village has its last six homes available now.
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