Peacehaven senior site manager wins national ‘Seal of Excellence’ award

Barratt David Wilson Homes’ Chalkers Rise senior site manager Dan Reed has received commendation for his contribution to the local property industry, being awarded with the prestigious ‘Seal of Excellence’ from the National House Building Council. 

Only nine site managers in the South East were recognised with the ‘Seal of Excellence’ which is presented to those who have consistently exhibited an exceptional level of leadership, forward thinking and commitment to quality within the construction and wider housebuilding sector. 

Each site manager assessed across six key areas: consistency, leadership, interpretation of drawings and specifications, technical expertise, attention to detail, and health and safety.

Carl Bune, construction director at Barratt David Wilson Southern Counties, said: “Receiving a ‘Seal of Excellence’ Award is no easy feat, with competition fierce for the few coveted spots from the NHBC.

“We are really pleased to see Dan recognised for his hard work and consistent dedication to Chalkers Rise – the development has gone from strength to strength under his leadership and gives our customers that extra confidence that their homes are being built by the best in the industry.”

Dan, who was also awarded a ‘Pride in The Job’ title last year, with the NHBC citing his leadership skills and technical expertise, added: “I am honoured to have received this recognition from the NHBC, which reflects not only my contribution to the site, but also the dedication and hard work of our entire team here at Chalkers Rise.

“Together, we are proud to be achieving the highest standards of construction in the area and look to continue providing the best service for our customers.”

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