Natta is pleased to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) winners for December 2017.
Marc Phillips at our Stoneham Park project won the Safety award. Marc showed great awareness of his surroundings whilst operating the 22T Excavator in tight locations. He also led by example by implementing the Natta’s ‘Thumbs Up for Safer Working’ campaign.
Our Expertise award went to Jamie Cracknell for sharing his knowledge of pipe laying and manhole construction with other operatives.
Ben Diaper won the Teamwork award for working alongside various gangs and supervisors with a ‘can-do’ attitude.
The Integrity award went to Martin Goodwin and Graham Wood for their involvement in the manual control of the traffic lights at our Daedalus site.
Leon Churchill from Hampshire County Council commented, ‘’Can you please pass on my thanks and praise to the contractor and his supply chain who are currently carrying out the works at the above location. Since the works started, I have passed through this site numerous times, both peak and non-peak, and the site is always managed in a safe and well-coordinated manner. A special mention to the operatives manually controlling the signals in peak hours. They do not hide in vehicles like a lot of contractors. They are stood alongside the signal heads in all weather, watching queue lengths and correctly carrying out the job they are tasked with. Well done and thanks again.’’
Albert Memia won the Quality award for producing continuous good quality work at our site in Longcross.
From our Head Office, Carika Behounek won the Innovation award for her contribution to the design of this year’s Christmas Card for the Natta Group.
Bobby Constantine was awarded the Collaboration award. He was nominated by a new graduate engineer, who commented, “Like every European, I don’t know English very well so that is the motive of why I was sent to Bobby’s site. Bobby is from Romania, and he can teach me in my language. Bobby taught me how to do setting out in 1 month. After 2 hard weeks with Bobby, I was alone on site and I did all the setting out. There were bad days, good days, mad days, angry days and frustrating days for him, but he taught me step by step everything I know today. After my 3-month probation I was told Natta are very happy with me. But only Bobby deserves these words. Why Collaboration? Only if you have this gift, you can teach other people this job.”
Lastly, the Sustainability award was awarded to Sian Comb for tirelessly trawling through hours and hours of CCTV footage.
Well done all! Enjoy your recognition and keep up the good work.