Hopkins Homes due achieve industry Gold standard.
Ian Jones, the Site Manager for Hopkins Homes' Grove Park development in Barrow, has now won the prestigious award for the past four consecutive years. Mr Jones also won the coveted NHBC's Seal of Excellence Award in 2012 for his role at St Andrew's Place development in Norfolk.
Jason Wright, the Site Manager for Hopkins Homes' Oliver's Grove development in Stanway, joins his colleague on the respected list for the first time this year.
The NHBC Pride in the Job Awards is the house building industry's most prestigious awards programme. The annual awards, which have now been running for 35 years, rigorously assess more than 15,000 site managers from across the country over a 12 month period and recognise those who achieve the highest standards in house building.
Marcus Armitage, Production Director of Hopkins Homes, said: "We are delighted that Ian and Jason's exceptional work has been recognised by the NHBC - the body that sets the standard for the house building industry.
"Ian and Jason play an important role in bringing our high quality designs and communities to life and ensure that our work is carried out to the highest possible standard."
The pair will now be automatically entered into the nex round of judging which will determine the Top 100 Seal of Excellence Awards.
Hopkins Homes is the largest independent house builder in East Anglia, providing much-needed new homes, and is one of the largest providers of affordable housing in the region. Hopkins Homes also creates and supports many hundreds of jobs locally and regionally, both directly and indirectly through the design and construction of the homes as well as materials supply chains and the use of local companies to provide services, ranging from carpenters and scaffolders to interior designers.