Yorkshire housing development site manager wins quality award

A site manager at a housing development in Hull has won a prestigious housebuilding award for quality home construction.

Ryan Baron, Site Manager and Steve Baron, Construction Director from Persimmon Yorkshire.

Overseeing work on Persimmon’s Trinity Pastures development, Ryan Baron has been awarded a Pride in the Job Quality Award by the National House Building Council (NHBC).

The awards celebrate dedication to producing the highest quality homes, setting a benchmark for exceptional site managers across the housebuilding industry.

Ryan, who has been with Persimmon for six years, is in charge of the Trinity Pastures development which is delivering 166 new homes in west Hull.

Commenting on his award, Ryan said: “I am really proud to have been given this award for all that I have accomplished at Trinity Pastures alongside my hard-working team who deserve this award as much as I do.

“It is really important to me that we produce high-quality properties, not only for the professional pride we feel in doing a job, but because we want people to love their new homes as soon as they move in.

“So, I want to share this recognition with my fantastic team on the site – this was a team effort and we will continue to bring high standards to every job we undertake.”

Scott Waters, Managing Director at Persimmon Yorkshire added: “I’m delighted for Ryan because I know just how hard he works to lead his team to get great results for homebuyers in their quest for a house they’d love to live in.

“It is because of people like Ryan that we have been recognised as a 5-star housebuilder for three years running reflecting the significant improvements made in both build quality and customer care.”