In early October, David McClure, a Taylor Wimpey West Scotland senior site manager, once again scooped a Seal of Excellence Award in the latest annual NHBC Pride in the Job awards in Glasgow.
This award positions him within the top 12 site managers in Scotland, recognising his exceptionally high standards for the second year in a row at Taylor Wimpey’s Westfield Gardens development at Maidenhill – the new urban quarter and masterplan that is now coming to life at Newton Mearns.
This year’s Seal of Excellence and Pride in the Job awards follow many NHBC accolades over the years since David’s first Pride in the Job Award in 2011 and a ‘Seal of Excellence’ top ten ranking in that year too.
David joined Taylor Wimpey 19 years ago, as an assistant site manager. He has been a senior site manager for the last 13 years and remains focussed on delivering quality new homes at Taylor Wimpey’s Westfield Gardens, as he explains: “I’ve enjoyed great success in the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards over the years, and I’m excited to be working with the team at our development at Westfield Gardens, Maidenhill in Newton Mearns to deliver the high-quality homes that we expect to produce for our customers.
“Being recognised as one of the top 12 site managers in Scotland reflects the hard work and dedication from the full site team at Westfield Gardens while we make sure this development offers an equally impressive place to call home for our customers.”
Kirsty McGill, Head of Sales for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland adds: “We’re really proud of David’s NHBC achievements over the years, and we’re thrilled that he’s consistently delivering an exceptional range of new homes for our customers at Maidenhill.”
The Maidenhill development features the new Maidenhill Primary School and nursery, which opened in August
2019, and provides sport and play facilities including a multi-use games area and a 3G pitch.