Natta is pleased to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) winners for March 2018.
The Expertise award went to Grant Cooke at our Arborfield site. Grant protects the rams on excavators when using the EngCon compaction equipment. A colleague commented, “Ram guards should be fitted to all machines. This will prevent costly damage to machinery when working within the confines of proprietary shoring systems.”
Dominic Davison, Dave Garter and Kieran Trigg were awarded for showing Integrity.
Dominic, also at our Arborfield project, won for his efforts to protect Natta from main contracting errors. Due to the timely recordings of his advice, Natta saves time and money. Dave and Kieran also won from our Daedalus site. A colleague commented, “We are currently carrying out muck away by lorries from our Daedalus site. Yesterday one of the lorry drivers asked them both individually to sign a blank ticket, this would have meant that the driver got paid for a load that he did not take. Both of them said no. They advised me, the transport company were contacted and their driver was dismissed.”
– From left to right: Danny Chandler, Jathurshan Senthilnathan, Amy Read, Gemma Hardy, Dave Carter, Jose Fernandez Navarrete
The award for Safety went to both Jathu Senthilnathan and Morris Micah.
Jathu from our Head Office identified a dangerous plug socket in the boardroom and reported it to our maintenance department. Morris won for implementing and maintaining an improved permit to a dig system at our Stoneham Park site.
The Quality award went to John Bole, Amy Read, Gemma Hardy and Parveen Sharma.
John won for his efforts to sign off of snagging works at our Worthy Down project. Amy and Gemma at our Head Office won for keeping a welcoming and tidy reception. A colleague commented, “They managed to bring the orchid back to life. There’s nothing worse than walking into a reception and looking at dead plants. I can’t get my orchid to flower so hats off to them!” Praveen also won for his consistent good quality work and tidiness.
Bobby Constantin won for Innovation, for thinking outside the box. Bobby realised that there is a great saving to be made, raising the FW drainage ILs at our Deepcut site.
– From left to right: Parveen Sharma, Kevin Sullivan, Mark McMorrow
Our Teamwork award went to Mark McMorrow and Jose Fernandez Navarrete.
Mark took the time to display these boards so that other Natta sites can be aware, to save money. A colleague commented, “Very simple, just needed someone to be bothered… he was!”
Jose from our Head Office won for his effort to help wherever he can. He has done the RAMS at our Deepcut site and at short notice he produced a Construction Phase Plan for Ansell’s Garden Centre. He also assisted with getting the renewal of the Achilles Certification and updated processes, forms and manuals in preparation for the ISO audit. A colleague commented, “Throughout all this, he kept a professional manner with a positive outlook. For his resilience and willingness, I would like to put Jose forward for the Teamwork nomination.”
Danny Chandler and Nathan Cerqua won the Collaboration award.
Danny Chandler won from our Head Office. He made time to organise and oversee the transportation of the Surrey Training Group supplies and merchandise to its new storage facilities. Nathan from our Stoneham site won for his collaborative attitude towards working with others and in any situation.
Last but not the least, the Sustainability award went to Sam Sutton also from our Stoneham Park site. Sam won for working on screening operations and maintaining his working areas.
Well done all, keep up the good work.
Established over 50 years ago, Natta Building Company Limited is a highly successful, progressive independent contracting group. Inherent to our business is our focus and ‘can do’ attitude.
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