Supreme Awards 2016

Recognising the industry’s best site managers this year

WATCH THIS VIDEO MONTAGE OF THE 2016 SUPREME AWARDS EVENT

Supreme Award winners and runners-up

The NHBC Pride in the Job 2016 Supreme Award winners were announced on 13 January at a gala ceremony in London.

Known as the 'Oscars of the house-building industry', NHBC has been rewarding the best site managers in the UK for the last 36 years and winning an award is an exceptional achievement. This year's Supreme Award winners were selected from more than 16,000 sites across the UK.

The rigorous judging process started back in July 2015 and the winners and runners-up of the coveted Supreme Awards have shown exceptional dedication, demonstrated their ability to always go one stage better and worked hard to ensure people live in and enjoy new homes of the highest quality.

Congratulations to all of the Pride in the Job 2016 winners and hats off the to all the Supreme Award winners! We would like to thank those who have supported the competition throughout the year.

The Supreme Winners for 2016 are:

Supremes

John Greggain
of
L Greggain & Co Ltd

Category

Small Builder

Site Address

Myrtle Meadows, Steynton

 

Steve Walker of C G Fry & Son Ltd - new

Steve Walker
of
C G Fry & Son Ltd

Category

Medium Builder

Site Address

Phase 1 North East Quadrant, Poundbury

Russell Bond of Barratt London Aldgate - new

Russell Bond
of
Barratt London Aldgate

Category

Multi-storey Builder

Site Address

Aldgate Place, London

 

Bill Hughes
of
Miller Homes North West

Category

Large Builder

Site Address

The Views, Billinge

Runners-up

Small Builder

Derek Ratcliffe of Landex Ltd, Goodlands, Boxford

Medium Builder

Stuart Gillespie of Mactaggart and Mickel Homes Ltd, Greenan Views, Ayr

Multi-storey Builder

Mark Pinder of Midgard Ltd, Newbury Racecourse Central, Newbury

Large Builder

Paul Cunningham of Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, Dargavel Village, Bishopton