Dorset Site Manager Honoured For A 3rd Time
8:35am 23rd January 2014
A site manager from Sydling St Nicholas has won for a third time at the housebuilding industries Pride in the Job Awards.
54-year-old Stephen Walker from C G Fry and Son got the prize for high standards in all aspects of house building from looking after his team to ensuring quality craftsmanship.
The awards are run by the National House Building Council.
Mike Quinton, NHBC Chief Executive, congratulated Stephen:
"Stephen should be incredibly proud. He's beaten around 15,000 other site managers to get to this point, putting him in the top one percent of his profession. It's a fantastic achievement that proves that the homes Stephen is producing are of an exceptional standard."
Following his award, Stephen Walker talked about how he approaches his work:
"In my work, I enjoy challenging designs and seeing the end results, of good quality. I bring 37 years of experience, a keen eye for detail, and I treat every property as though it's my own."
Stephen has won three previous Pride in the Job Awards for his work at Poundbury. With 37 years of experience in house-building, he has work for C G Fry and Son Ltd for the last 22 years. He was one of five Supreme Winners and five runners-up announced at the gala event in the competition's various builder-size categories.