Natta’s Love Award Winners for September 2020
Natta is delighted to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) Winners for September 2020.
The award for Expertise went to Georgiana Mosanu and Willy Stevenson. Their colleague commented, “Georgiana and Willy have run an exemplary project over at Billingshurst, consistently attracting praise from the client, the Local Council and residents. As a result of the works carried out, the Council have recommended Natta to many other clients as specialists in completing 278 schemes. Many thanks to all of the team”.
Ben Gamroth also took the award for Expertise for his work at our new project in Walton-on-Thames. His colleague said, “I’d like to nominate Ben for his Expertise in starting the Stompond Lane project and setting up the site to a really high standard. The client’s Project Manager, Construction Director, Utilities Director and H&S Manager were all impressed and surprised. They mentioned that they hadn’t seen this standard at a groundworks company before. He’s done this without having much help from his Project Manager and has also pushed the gangs for production at the same time.”
The Integrity award went to Azzeddine Boualoua. When nominating Azzeddine, his colleague said, “Azzeddine is doing a good job up at Milton Keynes and is keeping a good working relationship with the client site team whilst we finish off the last area of the site. He also keeps the surveyors up to date every day with good communication.”
Cosmin Corman and Stilian Falcuie both received the award for Quality. Speaking about Cosmin, his colleague said, “Cosmin has provided excellent support to the Utilities team over the past few months. Providing aslaids and various drawings for tender and construction both quickly and accurately, without needing much supervision.” Meanwhile, “Stilian has consistently produced work to a very high standard throughout the Billingshurst project and has trained others, improving their skills and allowing them to progress in their careers.”
Also receiving the award for Quality was Mick Borner who works for our training provider, CISTC. Mick received some excellent feedback from a client: “Just had an email from one of our customers, advising that they were very impressed by yourselves when they came along to complete their training and said they really enjoyed it.” As well as this, CISTC received two further emails praising Mick for the quality of his training and the overall standards at the centre.
Caroline Eaton took the award for Innovation for “Introducing a faster communication link between HR and site for recruitment using the Indeed App – it gives those on-site access to candidate’s information immediately to communicate and recruit faster.”
The award for Teamwork went to Daryl French and Ion Popovici. Daryl’s colleague said, “Although it wasn’t Daryl’s job and he had a lot on, he reached out to his contacts and managed to get a subcontractor in to complete the fencing works at St Luke’s Hospice with just a matter of weeks lead time. Elsewhere, we were told 6-8 weeks lead time, though we had the fencing installed within 3.”
Ion was nominated as he, “has demonstrated great team spirit at Luton since he arrived, assisting our client Redrow in many requests, without ever letting the Natta team down. He is always eager to help, jumping from the digger to the wheelbarrow and looking for solutions in our best interest.”
Jo Whelan, Abbii Cope, Iona Huckle, Prince Antwi and Ed Murray also received the award for Teamwork for “Organising the Wellness Week activities during a difficult time with social distancing, making sure our staff have the information they need to keep fit and mentally healthy during this pandemic.”
The Collaboration award went to James Hibberd and Jon Hyam. Whilst speaking about James, his colleague said, “I would like to nominate James for his Collaboration and attitude he gives while working with us. He is extraordinary and has no problem with explaining anything I ask about and he’s a great manager. Each day in the buying department, we learn something new and this knowledge helps us in our day to day tasks.”
Jon was nominated for sorting out multiple software issues for his colleagues, quickly and efficiently.