Byfield development site manager wins award

Mark Horne, of Davidsons Homes, has received a Quality Award
Mark Horne, of Davidsons Homes, has received a Quality Award
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The site manager at a forthcoming development in Byfield has received a special award from the National House Building Council.

Mark Horne, site manager at Davidsons Homes new development, dubbed Foxglove Field, at Clock Meadow, has been presented with a Quality Award.

He is one of 450 site managers around the country who have received the award from an initial pool of 15,000 applications.

Mark said: “Winning an NHBC award means such a lot as it recognises the ability to consistently manage a site to a very high standard, amongst a quality contested field, in order to meet the exact needs of each NHBC inspection.

“Every development has its challenges and the demands on a site manager to coordinate trades and materials is paramount. This is not only an award for myself, but recognises the team effort.”

Chay Walker, Davidsons construction director, said: “It’s great that Mark’s work has been recognised. This is a new area for us so it’s very pleasing that our first development should receive an award for quality.”