Site Manager at Bellway Homes’ Heatherley Wood development, Karl Henshaw, was one of 12 in the North West to be awarded the Seal of Excellence award from the National House Building Council (NHBC).
Karl’s award comes after he was recognised with a Pride in the Job award last year. As part of the comprehensive judging process, Karl (pictured) and his team were inspected regularly by NHBC judges on-site at Heatherley Wood, a new build development in Alderley Park, near Alderley Edge village.
Judging is a comprehensive and intensive process that covers all aspects of the build process including quality of workmanship, technical expertise, leadership and health and safety, and only a handful of site managers have what it takes to achieve the high standards that the NHBC inspectors are looking for.
Construction director at Bellway Manchester, Paul Wright, commented:
We are delighted that Karl and his team have been awarded with a Seal of Excellence at Heatherley Wood. The award is of particular significance to us as it is the very first one for the Manchester division and recognises the incredible effort and commitment that the team is putting in to deliver a truly outstanding collection of luxurious homes on a very high profile site. It is not an easy award to win and is only presented to site managers and their teams who can demonstrate continued quality and excellence over a sustained period.”
Heatherley Wood site manager, Karl Henshaw added:
We are all thrilled to have received a Seal of Excellence. Heatherley Wood is a bespoke development with its own house types, street scenes and specification. As such, the homes that we are building are all different with their own individual technical considerations and complexities. Working as a team, we are successfully going above and beyond with each individual plot to ensure we exceed industry standards and deliver a magnificent new build home for each of our purchasers.”
The four- , five- and six-bedroom homes at Heatherley Wood are available to view by appointment only in line with coronavirus safety guidelines.