A talented Yuill Homes’ site manager has continued to enhance his industry reputation for managing a building site, after been named the best in the North East for the second year running.
Father-of-two, Steve Cook, 42, from Wolviston Village, has once again been crowned as the Regional Winner in the Medium Builder award category at this year’s NHBC (National House Building Council) Pride in the Job Awards.
Recognising his exceptional management skills for overseeing construction work at Yuill Homes’ College Gardens development in Billingham, the award means that Steve will now progress to the Pride in the Job Supreme Gala event, being held in London in January 2014.
Steve, who was also named as the Supreme Winner in the Medium Builder category last year, said:
“I’m absolutely over the moon to have won this award for the second year in a row. To be recognised by my fellow industry professionals is very special and is such a proud moment for me and my family.
“The award once again shows what a fantastic team of quality craftsman we have at College Gardens, who deserve a huge pat on the back for all their efforts over the last year.”
Steve, who has worked for Yuill Homes for over a decade, won his first Pride in the Job Award in 2010, then again in 2011 and 2012. He’s now also won two coveted Seal of Excellence awards as well as being named last year’s Regional Award winner.
David Mullins, managing director at Yuill Homes, said:
“I’m extremely proud of what Steve and his team have achieved over the past few years in building such a beautifully crafted and desirable place to live as College Gardens.
“For Steve, winning the regional award for the second year running is an incredible feat and I’m absolutely delighted for him and his family. Steve’s success continues to reflect the standards of quality that we consistently strive to achieve at Yuill Homes for the benefit of our customers. We wish Steve luck in the next stage of the competition.”
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