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Four Nottinghamshire site managers have been recognised for their dedication to their work in a national competition. Developments are in West Bridgford, Ruddington, Farnsfield and Hucknall.
James Dunn, Gary Archer, Dave Monk and Dave Pringle all work for Bellway East Midlands and are responsible for overseeing construction at new homes developments across the county.

They have each won at National House-Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Award this year in recognition of the high quality of workmanship and attention to detail at their developments.

Dave Monk is site manager at Liberty, off Chalfont Drive, Nottingham, and Dave Pringle is in charge at NG2 in West Bridgford, while James runs Sherwood Gate in Linby and Gary oversees the Bellway at Farnsfield site team.

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This is the second year running that all four site managers have won Quality Awards for their work, while James and Gary were also both winners in 2016 – James for Abbey Fields in Hucknall and Gary for Wheatley Fields in Ruddington.
Dave Monk said: “We are all delighted with the success of our developments in Nottinghamshire in this year’s Pride in the Job awards, but this has come thanks to the hard work of all our site teams.

“We understand that building a house is not just building a product that people buy – it’s their home, the place they’ll live – so we are 100 per cent committed to getting things right.”

The four Nottinghamshire builders are among 450 winners of Quality Awards this year, selected from around 16,000 site managers across the UK.

Judging for the awards is meticulous, beginning a year before the announcement of the first round of winners. As well as undergoing spot checks of the day-to-day running of their site, each site manager is assessed across 44 areas of site management, including their technical knowledge, consistency in the build process and the quality controls they have in place.

Following the announcement of the first-round winners in June, all successful site managers are invited to attend the Regional Award ceremonies held in the autumn and go on to compete for a Seal of Excellence and Regional Award in their relevant category.

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