A SITE manager in Rugby has won a Regional National House Building Council Pride in the Job award.
Tony Armson, who works for builder William Davis Homes, received the award for the company’s Cawston Chase private housing scheme.
Pride in the Job is the only awards scheme to reward site managers for their contribution towards the house- building process.
Having already won a Quality Award and a Seal of Excellence this year, Tony was invited to the ICC in Birmingham for the announcement of the West Regional Award winners where he won in the medium builder category.
He will go forward to the National Supreme Awards, where he hopes to successfully defend his title for the fourth consecutive year.
Mark Stevenson, production director at William Davis, added: “Tony’s achievements at the Pride in the Job Awards are exceptional. To continually succeed year on year against steepening competition demonstrates that quality craftsmanship does not have to be compromised.”