Pride in the Job Recognising the industry's best site managers

Latest news: 2015 Regional Award Ceremonies - dates and locations

Friday 13 March 2015 - The dates and locations for this Autumn's Pride in the Job 2015 regional events have just been announced. All Quality Award and Single Home Commendation winners will be invited to attend. These first round winners will be announced on Friday 19 June.

Latest news: Pride in the Job Supreme Winners announced!

Friday 16 January 2015 - The Pride in the Job Supreme Winners and runners-up were announced at a prestigious gala ceremony held in London. Over 800 attendees, including VIPs from all sectors of the house-building industry, attended the event hosted by comedian John Bishop to support the 46 contenders. Thank you to everyone who has been involved in the Pride in the Job competition over the past year, and we congratulate all of the Supreme Winners on achieving the industry's highest accolade for site management.

What is Pride in the Job?

Pride in the Job is the house-building industry's most prestigious awards programme. Running for 34 years, Pride in the Job continues to recognise the UK's best site managers.

Because winning an award is a prestigious event for successful site managers, Pride in the Job generates a lot of press interest. NHBC does not have or endorse a specific media partner for Pride in the Job, and how companies decide to publicise and promote their winners is up to them - but we're always happy to help! Why not take a look at our media pack for handy tips, or contact our Media team

About Pride in the Job

Driving quality in house-building

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Categories and stages

Find out how the competition works

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What the
judges look for

What does it take
to be a winner?

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Benefits of Pride in the Job

For site managers, trades and homebuyers

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Award ceremonies

Recognising the UK's best site managers

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Meet this year's and past winners

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