These awards are for employees in recognition for showing over and above their commitment to our set of core values.
November’s award for Safety went to Dominic Davison. Natta are undertaking a Zoology project at Oxford University and Dominic’s attention to detail was recognised by our client’s Safety Advisor. This control has allowed the team on site to go on and perform to a very high standard.
From our Buying Department at HQ, Colin Shannan and Tim Hayward received the award for Integrity. They saved Natta over £4,000 by stopping an overspend on a clothing order going to site that would have not been picked up elsewhere.
The Teamwork award went to Sue Hardy. A colleague commented, “She does a great job of organising the Christmas raffle every year. She is always organising and coordinating social events to get people together; always willing to help if anybody needs it. Happy and helpful member of staff.”
Michelle Arnould won Collaboration. This is in recognition of all her help on our internal CRM and Document Repository System, Union Square. Michelle also assists sites with all the third party permits and applications.
Quality this month was awarded to two employees:
Ion Popovici received it for achieving high productivity while still achieving exemplary quality at our Oxford project.
This quote is from Chris Farr, Area Manager and taken from the Building Control records at Oxford. He wrote, “It was good to meet you on site and see the current extent of the works. May I just say how impressed I was with the clean condition of what is a confined site, and the standard of workmanship of the Groundworkers. Despite the loose nature of the soil, they had managed to keep the trenches clean, to allow them to install the reinforcing cages without having to keep clearing out fallen spoil. Furthermore, it was very encouraging that I didn’t need to get them to add additional chairs/spacers to the steelwork to ensure a consistent cover to all of the reinforcement, as what was provided was more than adequate. On some of the trenches where they had installed the lightweight cellular shuttering, and backfilled the voids, it was pleasing to see that there was no ingress of soil into the prepared RC beam.”
Matilde De la Plaza, working at our site in Arborfield for Crest Nicholson, also received the Quality award. Matilde was praised for the way that she has settled into the Arborfield project. A colleague commented, “She has picked up all the setting out processes that I have taught her. Also her enthusiasm for the project is to be commended. The standard of her work is very high with zero mistakes so far.”
Well done to all. Enjoy your awards for going above and beyond the expected.