Construction Site Management

We will continue to develop a best practice approach to dust suppression on site, monitoring continual improvement to minimise the health risks and rolling out best practice guides to 100% of sites.

The latest HBF guidance on dust suppression was rolled out nationally.

We will aim to review 20% of development sites to influence standard compound configuration & design with a view to reducing material wastage rates.

Site reviews took place and an Environmental Management Good Practice Guide has been issued to all divisions.


We believe that good health and safety, customer care, and build quality are essential in achieving high standards across all aspects of the business. Bellway’s Site Managers play a vital role in delivering these high standards. 

Site Managers

Site Managers undertake a wide range of diverse and demanding duties and their wealth of technical knowledge makes them an essential asset to the business. They are encouraged to perform at the highest level and to provide a friendly and supportive environment in which to work. 


We believe that good health and safety, customer care, and construction quality are essential in achieving high standards across all aspects of the business and Bellway Site Managers have been recognised as being amongst the best in the industry.

In 2015/16, Bellway Site Managers won five NHBC Health and Safety Awards, demonstrating their continued drive and passion for improvement and excellence. Two Site Managers went on to achieve the prestigious ‘Highly Commended’ accolade.

Bellway Site Managers also won a record 43 NHBC ‘Pride in the Job’ awards, the highest number the company has ever achieved and a 30% increase on last year (2014/15 - 33). These awards recognise those Site Managers who have achieved the highest standards in house-building and provides independent recognition of our high standards of construction. 

National House Building Council Health & Safety Awards National House Building Council Pride in the Job Awards

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Pride In The Job Awards

We strive to ensure that our homes are built to a high standard, helping to reduce remedial work and minimise disruption for our customers. This focus on build quality has seen a record 43 of our Site Managers rewarded with National House Building Council (NHBC) ‘Pride in the Job’ awards.

These awards recognise the country's best site managers and is the house-building industry's most prestigious awards programme. Judges score site managers on a number of areas, including their demonstration of excellent leadership, quality of workmanship, technical expertise and robust health and safety procedures. To win an award, these qualities must be evident across all stages of the build and must highlight Site Managers’ meticulous attention to detail.

Our winning Site Managers are:

  • East Midlands - Andy Clarke; Justin Williams; Steve Alcock; Gary Archer; James Dunn; Tom Nicklin; Jan Ruddick; James Kilby; Lloyd Gurney.
  • Essex - Danny Orvis; Neil Kendrick.
  • Kent - Dick Salisbury.
  • Manchester - Simon Ward.
  • North East - Steve Brown; Ray Dargue; Ray Dargue JNR; Ben Singlewood.
  • North London - Neil McCready; Mark Todd.
  • North West - Steve Williams.
  • Northern Home Counties - Greg McGovern; Steven Kolodziejczyk; Neil Warwick; Rob Connolly; Alan Lee.
  • Scotland - George Carty; Kevin Dineen.
  • Thames Gateway - Jeff Moss; John Potter; Gary Nott
  • Wales - Derek Knight; Dave Crisp.
  • Wessex - Nick Ridd; Dave Murnane.
  • West Midlands - Paul Edwards; Will Graham; Steve Brown; Dave Saunders; Jon Wright; Stewart Parker.
  • Yorkshire - Martin Griffiths; John Hallett; Vincent Hardcastle.