Leading developer David Wilson Homes is celebrating the success of its Senior Project Manager in Shropshire following their nomination as a finalist in this year’s Construction Manager of the Year awards.
Kirk Raine (48) has been listed as a finalist in the annual awards presented by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), and the developer is hoping to see him come out on top in the “Accommodation over four storeys” category.
This year has been a positive whirlwind for Kirk and the homebuilder, following his recent Supreme title for the fifth time in the National House Building Council’s (NHBC) Pride in the Job awards, marking him down as the best the best in the UK.
As well as his Supreme award, Kirk has also received ten Pride in the Job awards, as well as six Seal of Excellence accolades, and four Regional awards. His most recent awards are for his work at The Grove at Doseley Park in Telford.
Dominic Harman, Managing Director at David Wilson Homes Mercia, said: “We are delighted to see that Kirk has been shortlisted as a finalist at this year’s Construction Manager of the Year Awards, and that he is being recognised for his team’s hard work building high quality homes.
“The awards from CIOB acknowledge the construction industry’s most elite Managers from across the country. As the UK’s leading homebuilder, it is excellent that the quality and care that goes into establishing communities at our developments is being noticed and rewarded.”
The Construction Manager of the Year Awards is celebrating its 43rd year, and aims to acknowledge and highlight the achievements of those who deliver projects and buildings to extraordinary standards, and make a positive impact on the lives of the people who use them.
77 of the very best Construction Managers in the UK have been named in the shortlists for 10 categories. Each category winner will win a gold and silver medals at the awards ceremony taking place in London on 29th September.
The finalists will be whittled down on the night to one gold medal winner for each category, with an overall winner for Construction Manager of the Year, and recipient of the 2021 trophy.