LOVE award winners for October 2018

Natta is pleased to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) winners for October 2018.

The award for Innovation went to Darren Denton for his time-saving idea when loading plant. His idea is to use the ramps of his new lorry to bridge the gap between the rear of the lorry and the front of the trailer.

The Collaboration award went to Kevin Matthews and Cosmin Corman. Kevin is maximising the efficiency of the concrete gang by managing their workload across sites. Cosmin won for helping with a few design issues and to set up the Trimble System for an urgent job in Milton Keynes.

Georgiana Mosanu and Barry Singh took the Quality award. Georgiana completed the final stages to the required standards at our Hackbridge site. Barry at our Barnet site won for his willingness to learn and supervising more than 650 lorries without any mistakes.

The award for Expertise went to Paul Berry, Graham Wood, Matt Garside and Ben Gamroth

Paul at our Head Office won for improving our car parks’ landscape with rockeries. Graham and Matt won for their quality work during the remediation of the 1200 diameter storm pipe at Daedalus. A colleague commented, “Very good workmanship from the whole team.” Ben from our Arborfield site was called to excavate a foul main through finished work that was missed in error which he fixed without incidents.

From left: Lil Buckle, Cosmin Corman, Paul Berry and Carika Behounek

For Teamwork the award went to Carika Behounek and Kyle Bassett. Carika helped a new employee to the Marketing Department ease into her role. Kyle from our Arborfield site stepped up and took over parcel U2 whilst the lead engineers were on holiday.

Willy Stevenson, Andreea Guriuc, Evangelos Pastras and Lil Buckle showed dedication to Sustainability.

Willy, Andreea and Evangelos won for getting a score of 40 from the Considerate Constructors Scheme for our Copthorne site. Lil from our Plant Department won for reducing paper use on the plant returns.

Well done all, keep up the good work.

Posted by Jo Whelan

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