A site manager from Silverstone have been recognised for his professionalism for the fourth year running by the house building industry’s leading standards regulator.
Lee Tysoe was recognised by the National House-Building Council with a ‘Seal of Excellence’ award for his outstanding professionalism and commitment to his work for Persimmon and Charles Church Homes across Northants, Beds and Bucks.
The 42-year-old and from Silverstone, said: “I guess this is a bit of a success story, but there again we do consistently work two or three notches above the industry standard so it’s not really a surprise.
“I’m very pleased to pick up another NHBC award, and feel that it is a real personal achievement.”
Mr Tysoe joined Persimmon Homes in 1994 and has steadily worked his way up through the ranks, becoming a site manager in 2000. He picked up NHBC Seal of Excellence awards in 2009, 2010, 2011 and this year.
Claire Lambert, head os sales for Persimmon and Charles Church said: “The NHBC’s awards are the ultimate industry accolades. At Persimmon, we demand the very highest standards of quality and service for customers, and Lee’s contribution is a superb example of this philosophy.”
Lee was recognised for his work at the Persimmon Homes Larkswood development at Newton Leys in Milton Keynes, marking him out as one of the top 130 site managers in the country. He is now overseeing construction at the Charles Church development, Jubilee Gardens, in Wootton, Bedfordshire.
The NHBC Pride in the Job Awards identify the unique role of site managers in the construction of new homes from start to finish and who influence the overall quality of the finished product.
The awards programme is the only UK-wide competition dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards and it has been instrumental in driving up the quality of new homes for 32 years, ensuring homeowner confidence in award-winning developments.
Quality Awards are selected by NHBC Building Inspectors and Inspection Managers, who judge winners on meticulous and consistent attention to detail, quality of workmanship on the site, excellent leadership, technical expertise and robust health and safety processes.