Gary Fleckney, a Cumbrian Homes Site Manager has been given a Highly Commended as part of the LABC Norther Regional Warranty Site Manager Awards this year. The award has been given to the Cumbrian Homes Site Manager for the development at Carlton Manor Park.
The Site Manager Awards is intended to celebrate the outstanding contributions that have been made by Site Manager that work on LABC Warranty sites. It is down to the LABC Warranty Risk Management Surveyors to nominate the site managers they feel go further in their work on site. The Award recognises the site managers that go the extra mile. The Site Manager Award is presented at the LABC Regional Building Excellence Awards, then the regional winners are put forward in tot the Grand Finals which are held later in the year.
There are more than 3,000 site managers that are eligible for the awards. Therefore, it is a great achievement to be chosen as a regional finalist. It is thought that the standard this year has been high, and should expect the construction standards have also been raised.
The LABC Warranty works alongside the Local Authority Building Control in an attempt to provide structural warranties. A partnership with the LABC mean that building control can be provided as well as creating a warranty for developers around England and Wales. This warranty system uses the technical expertise of more than 3,500 surveyors combined.
Gary Fleckney has been highly commended for his work on site at Carleton Manor Park. This Cumbrian Homes development can be found in Penrith. Fleckney has gained more around 30 years of experience in a managerial role in a wide variety of traditional and timber framed development projects that include both new builds and refurbishments. Gary Fleckney joined the team at Cumbrian Homes in May 2015 in the role of Construction Manager. Fleckney not only managed the Carleton Manor Park site, he also oversees the other ongoing projects for the company as well as making sure Health and Safety practices and Quality and Construction Standards are maintained.