Yorkshire housing development site manager wins quality award

Ryan Baron, Site Manager and Steve Baron, Construction Director from Persimmon Yorkshire.
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A Hull-based site manager has been recognised with a prestigious housebuilding award for his commitment to quality home construction.

Ryan Baron, who oversees work on Persimmon's Trinity Pastures development, has been honoured with a Pride in the Job Quality Award by the National House Building Council (NHBC).

The accolade recognises those dedicated to producing top-quality homes and sets a standard for exceptional site managers across the industry.

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Ryan, a six-year veteran with Persimmon, is at the helm of the Trinity Pastures project, which is set to deliver 166 new homes in West Hull. Speaking about 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."

He added: "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.”