Recognition in national awards for Redhouse Farm

Bloor Homes South Midlands is delighted to announce that its site manager, Stuart Abraham, from Redhouse Farm at Towcester Grange, has won an NHBC Pride in the Job award.

Run by the NHBC (National Housing Building Council), the Pride in the Job awards is the most highly regarded competition in the house-building industry and is dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards in house building. 
With more than 16,000 site managers competing for the awards and after 12 months of rigorous judging, Stuart Abraham was selected as a Quality Award winner and will now go on to compete for the Seal of Excellence and Eastern Regional Winner titles. 
Carl Slater, construction director for Bloor Homes South Midlands commented: “These awards reward companies and individuals who stand out from the rest and go the extra mile, regardless of size, to deliver quality in construction.
“At Bloor Homes we are committed to delivering the very highest quality homes for all of our customers and it is fantastic that our efforts at Redhouse Farm have been recognised by such an esteemed panel of judges. 
“We were truly delighted to hear the result and I would like to pay special thanks to all of the team, and in particular Stuart, who have worked so hard to make Redhouse Farm at Towcester Grange such a stand out development.”
The NHBC Regional award ceremony takes place on 2 November 2018 in Leicester at which the Sea of Excellence and Regional Award Winners will be crowned. 
Stuart adds: “I feel very proud to have received such a prestigious award – it is a real honour to have my efforts recognised at such a high level. A site manager is only ever as good as the team he manages, and I would therefore like to thank all of the team at Redhouse Farm for their hard work and support day-in day-out.”