A SITE manager on one of Great Sankey's latest housing developments has won his third national award for high standards.

Paul McKeever, Bellway’s site manager at Primrose Meadow on Liverpool Road, has received his third National House Building Council Pride in the Job award.

Paul, who won the award last year for the same development, is thrilled to have maintained his high standards on site at Primrose Meadow and be a Pride in the Job recipient for two consecutive years.

Paul won his first Pride in the Job award in 2011.

Having worked in the construction industry for more than 37 years, starting off as a joiner before moving into site management 21 years ago, Paul has many years’ experience in site management.

He said: “It is wonderful to have received the Pride in the Job award for a second consecutive year at Primrose Meadow.

"The team continually works hard and together, we deliver high quality new build homes for Bellway, maintaining the company’s highly regarded reputation.”

In existence for more than 35 years, the Pride in the Job scheme is dedicated to recognising the industry’s best performers and is a prestigious accolade that site managers strive to achieve.

To win an award, site managers must score highly in all areas of the build process including quality of workmanship, technical expertise, health and safety and management and leadership.

Judges are also looking for meticulous and consistent attention to detail and the special qualities and attributes that set winners apart from the rest.

Ian Hopkins, construction director at Bellway Homes, added: “We are very proud of Paul for receiving yet another Pride in the Job award.

"It is the industry’s most prestigious accolade for site managers, and this achievement is once again wonderful news for Paul and his team.”

Primrose Meadow is a development of three, four and five bedroom homes.