Scotland’s best site managers recognised at NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards



Homes warranty and insurance provider NHBC has announced this year’s winners of its flagship Pride in the Job Awards.

The competition recognises site managers who have achieved the very highest standards in house building across the UK.

From a field of more than 10,000, 450 site managers have won a Quality Award in the first

round of NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards 2021. This represents the top 5% of those who entered and is testament to their commitment to deliver quality homes for their customers.

Pride in the Job, first launched over forty years ago, is the most highly regarded competition in the house-building industry. Judging for the Awards is rigorous, with the current competition beginning in July 2020 and each site manager assessed across six key areas: consistency, attention to detail, leadership, interpretation of drawings and specifications, technical expertise, and health and safety.

The competition has three categories for different sized businesses: small, medium and large house builders, plus a multi-storey category for site managers working on projects of five storeys or more.

The Quality Award winners will go on to compete for Seal of Excellence and Regional Awards in the autumn, with the national, Supreme Award winners unveiled in January 2022. 

NHBC chief executive Steve Wood said: “Pride in the Job has been pivotal in improving the quality of new homes for more than 40 years. Despite the numerous challenges the industry has faced, the very best site managers of 2021 have remained focused on delivering high quality new homes for their customers. 

“At NHBC we are very proud of Pride in the Job, what it stands for and the impact it has across the sector. Pride in the Job winning sites have higher levels of homeowner satisfaction as these homes are among the very best in the country.

“Congratulations to all the 2021 Pride in the Job Quality Award winners – be proud of what you are building and the standards you are setting.”

The 2021 Quality Award winners in Scotland are as follows:

  • Peter Lawrie, Barratt and David Wilson Homes East Scotland, for his site The Heathers in Dunfermline
  • Ewan MacLean, Barratt and David Wilson Homes East Scotland, for his site Cammo Meadows in Edinburgh
  • Barrie Mitchell, Barratt and David Wilson Homes East Scotland, for his site Heritage Grange in Edinburgh
  • Shaun Quinn, Barratt and David Wilson Homes East Scotland, for his site Pentland View in Roslin
  • Colin Scott, Barratt and David Wilson Homes East Scotland, for his site The Strand @ Portobello in Edinburgh
  • Allan Barclay, Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Scotland, for his site Whiteland Coast in Stonehaven
  • Victoria Gray, Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Scotland, for her site Hopecroft in Aberdeen
  • Scott MacNicol, Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Scotland, for his site Riverside Quarter in Bucksburn
  • Brendan Saba, Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Scotland, for his site Huntingtower in Perth
  • Ricky Blackley, Barratt and David Wilson Homes West Scotland, for his site Thornton View in East Kilbride
  • Willie Esplin, Barratt and David Wilson Homes West Scotland, for his site Weirs Wynd in Johnstone
  • Stuart Kelly, Barratt and David Wilson Homes West Scotland, for his site Brackenhill View in Hamilton
  • Willie Murray, Barratt and David Wilson Homes West Scotland, for his site Mallets Rise in Newton Mearns
  • Michael Roarty, Barratt and David Wilson Homes West Scotland, for his site The Fairways in Bargeddie
  • Mark Foley, CALA Evans Restoration Limited, for his site The Crescent in Edinburgh
  • Gavin McCann, CALA Homes East Ltd, for his site Ravensheugh Brae in Musselburgh
  • Ian Welsh, CALA Homes East Ltd, for his site Waterfront Plaza in Edinburgh
  • Fred Anderson, CALA Homes North Limited, for his site Mains of Grandhome in Aberdeen
  • Ross Black, CALA Homes North Limited, for his site Craibstone in Aberdeen
  • Rob Swanson, CALA Homes North Limited, for his site Milltimber Manor in Aberdeen
  • Duncan Moon, Guild Homes (Tayside) Ltd, for his site Strathmore Fields in Forfar
  • Ian Bruce, H & H Properties (UK) Limited, for his site Riverside Apartments in Dundee
  • Stuart Gillespie, Mactaggart & Mickel Homes Ltd, for his site Greenan Views in Ayr
  • Steven Duffy, Miller Homes Scotland East, for his site Dover Heights in Masterton
  • Jim Martin, Miller Homes Scotland East, for his site Edgelaw in Edinburgh
  • Derek Tait, Miller Homes Scotland East, for his site Calderwood in Livingston
  • Alex Chisholm, Miller Homes Scotland West, for his site Green Park Gardens in Bellshill
  • John Mitchell, Miller Homes Scotland West, for his site Hawkhead in Paisley
  • Fraser Stephen, Scotia Homes Ltd, for his site Knockhall in Ellon
  • Darren Ferguson, Stewart Milne Homes North, for his site Dunnottar Park in Stonehaven
  • Duncan Currie, Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, for his site Meadowlands in Dunfermline
  • Graham Spence, Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, for his site Victoria Grange in Monifieth
  • Iain Alexander, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Benthall Farm in East Kilbride
  • Mark Brodie, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Dargavel Village in Bishopton
  • Colin Hurren, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Hawkhead Gardens in Paisley
  • Dougie Kirkland, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Newton Farm in Cambuslang
  • David McClure, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Westfield Gate in Newton Mearns
  • Scott McCreadie, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Burnside View in Coatbridge
  • Scott McNulty, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, for his site Princess Gate in Troon
  • Lewis MacKinnon, Tulloch Homes Ltd, for his site The Maples in Inverness
  • Zander Sutherland, Tulloch Homes Ltd, for his site Leys Green in Milton of Ley

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