Flitwick site manager Jamie celebrates major award for house builder excellence

28 June 2018

A Flitwick site manager and his team have landed a prestigious award for reaching the highest standards in housebuilding at their new homes development.

Jamie Reynolds Bovis Homes Froghall Fields Flitwick
Jamie Reynolds (centre), Bovis Homes site manager at Froghall Fields in Flitwick 
Jamie Reynolds has been recognised for his excellence in delivering quality new homes and excellent on-site management at Bovis Homes' popular Froghall Fields in Flitwick.

He picked up the Quality award in the Southern region of the National House Building Council's (NHBC) Pride in the Job Awards 2018, having been one of the winners selected from more than 16,000 site managers from across the country.

The achievement highlights Bovis Homes' drive to build quality new homes and deliver for customers in its Northern Home Counties region.

Jamie said he was “proud” of his win and put it down to the hard work of his team.

He said: “It's great to win this award, we've got good practice and teamwork, and everyone wants to come to the site.

“It's not just pride in the job, it's pride with the customer as well, from the foundations to the sale. It's a pleasure to come to work.”

Michael Stirrop, managing director of Bovis Homes' Northern Home Counties region, said the company had had “fantastic feedback” from customers as a result of the team's efforts.

He said: “This award shows exactly what Bovis Homes is about, pride in our work, and the Froghall Fields team is a great example of it.

“This is a tremendous achievement for Jamie and well-deserved recognition for the whole Flitwick team. Our hardworking people have a drive for quality and service every day and we are getting fantastic feedback from our customers.”

Jamie will now be entered for the Seal of Excellence and Regional Winner titles, the winners of which will be announced on 26th October.

Six Bovis Homes site managers won Pride in the Job awards across England this year. It is the highest number since 2012.