Natta’s Love Award Winners for May 2021

Natta is pleased to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) Winners for May 2021.

The award for Expertise went to Andi Lewington, Michelle Arnould and Neil Dewey. Andi started at our training centre, CISTC in April and has fitted straight into the team. He has also stepped in to deliver training courses where third-party providers have not been able to.

Michelle extracted data from an internal system to enable a smooth transition of data to our new HR system. This has saved the company a lot of time and effort.

Meanwhile, Neil has been the pipe layer at our project in Deepcut. His colleague said: “Not only has he done a great job of the pipe laying and traditional manhole construction but he has also spent time teaching his topman who was undertaking the role for the first time. His initial efforts have started to pay back as his topman is understanding the role.”

Will Moir and Rebecca Stevens each took the award for Integrity. Will has taken extra care to keep the roads clean at our site in Godalming, reinforcing our core values to the local community.

Rebecca from CISTC has worked very hard to organise and ensure data and course information is ready for the switch over to a new booking system. A colleague commented: “Without her dedication, we would not be able to go live in June.”

Natta's Love Award Winners for May 2021

From the left: Henry Carter, Neil Dewey, Irinel Ghita, Jordan Beech and Sarah Carlisle

The Quality award went to Sarah Carlisle, Jordan Beech, Xhavit Dauti and Paul Garland. Sarah, from Natta Plant, demonstrates a great deal of care and attention to detail when it comes to her purchase orders. This has lent itself to the seamless reconciliation of invoices arising from her orders. Her colleague said: “Sarah has taken to her new role spectacularly and should take great pride in her high self-efficiency.

Jordan recently joined the QS department and has risen to every challenge he has been set. He is exceeding the team’s expectations, progressing well and the team lean on him for assistance and put him under pressure. He is a strong asset to the team.

Xhavit was nominated for delivering several plots back to our client on time and free of snags or RIs. His colleague said: “It is hard to pick a core value where Xhavit wouldn’t have gone above and beyond as he is constantly exceeding most of them!

Meanwhile, Paul has done well with organising and progressing works to a high standard on site at Burnham Grammar School for our client Wates Group.

Lisa Lunn received the award for Teamwork. Her colleague said: “Whenever I ring Lisa, she is always so helpful. She always tries her hardest to help with last-minute and next-day requests.”

Also receiving the award for Teamwork was Henry Carter who was nominated for correctly spotting an issue on site in Deepcut and taking it upon himself to rectify this. His efforts ensured that the programme remained on track.

The Collaboration award went to Ed Murray and Irinel Ghita. Ed was nominated for his creation of an online ‘Leftover Material’ form on Microsoft Teams.

Meanwhile, Irinel is trained as a forklift and dumper driver but has also been undertaking the role of a topman at our Deepcut project. Irinel has not had any previous experience in this role but has thrown himself into it and done very well.

Albert Memia, Ionut Monteanu, Silviu Ciarec, Silviu Monteanu and Lulzim Petku also received the Collaboration award. Albert and his gang have helped to complete works on another site so that it can keep on programme. A colleague said: “It is greatly appreciated that they can be relied on to get the work completed on time and to the required quality!