Builder celebrates awards hat-trick

A project manager with the Midlands arm of builder Cala Homes is celebrating after scooping a top industry prize for the third year running.

Larry Moreton picked up a Pride in the Job Quality Award from the National House-Building Council (NHBC) for his oversight Broughton Gate development in Milton Keynes, a residential property scheme featuring 107 family dwellings.

Participants in the competition must demonstrate exceptional standards across all aspects of their work, from management skills to ensuring a quality finish on their homes.

In addition to picking up a hat-trick of gongs for Broughton Gate, Mr. Moreton had previously won a Pride in the Job Quality Award in 2006 for his management of Cala’s Watergardens project in Lower Penn in the West Midlands.

Commenting on his latest victory Cala Homes (Midlands) area sales and marketing director Ruth Williams said: “This is a rare feat to win an award three years running for the same development.

“It is testament to Larry’s outstanding management in delivering our high standards of construction and quality of finish.”

Other builders in the region that have been celebrating Pride in the Job successes in recent weeks include Barratt West Midlands and David Wilson Homes South Midlands.

Barratt saw four of its project managers pick up prizes from the NHBC, while David Wilson scooped two gongs for schemes in Milton Keynes and Biddenham Vale.

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