A Bingham man has beaten off competition from across the region to win a ‘Pride in the Job’ award for site managing a housing development.
Sean Sadler, 43, won the regional award in the medium builder category of the 32nd National House-Building Council awards for his work on Peterborough site Thorpe Green as an employee of Morris Homes.
Sean, who has 24 years’ experience in the house-building industry, said: “This is the highest industry accolade a site manager can receive. Winning a Pride in the Job Award reflects the high standards my team and I are committed to achieving at Thorpe Green all year round.
“I enjoy the day-to-day challenges and responsibilities of running a housing site, which needs organisation, leadership skills and attention to detail.”
Sean oversaw the build of Thorpe Green, a 73-plot site featuring a mix of terraced, semi-detached and detached homes worth up to £300,000.
He began in his role as site manager with Morris Homes nine years ago, after starting off in his career as an apprentice joiner.
Sean will join the winners from the remaining eight regions at a national final in London early next year. He hopes to be crowned one of five ‘Supreme Winners’.