b'June LOVE Award WinnersThe award for Expertise went to Xhavit Dauti from our site at Barnet. A colleague shared: For building the last park at Barnet with a fragmentary design in just a few weeks.Gabriel Cruz won the award for Quality. Currently working at Winchester, he has overcome several tasks on-site meeting and exceeding the expectations of the client. The Safety award went to Ben Gamroth who is based at Arborfield PMD. During the monthly progress meeting with our Client, the CDM Consultant for the development noted Bens proactive approach andcommitment to health and safety. A colleague explained, The CDM consultant went on to photograph Bens work for inclusion within his monthly presentation based on good practice. Lee Hedgeworth accepting his Love Award.Mike ODonnell, Adrian Ciobanu, and Nick Doyle all won the Teamwork award for June. Mike who is currently working on site at Arborfield U2, has spent a lot of time with the forklifts on site. He has re-arranged and tidied up the compounds for both Parcel T and U2. A colleague noted, His contribution helped improve the image of Natta on a big job with so many other subcontractors, all while making the site teams life easier by organising our stocks. Both, Adrian and Nick, have coordinated with each other while taking annual leave over the last month. They left organised cover for each others workloads. Winchester has taken on more resources recently in order to push the progress drastically forward to get the areas handed over. This, in turn, has significantly increased the workload for the engineers. However, both Nick and Adrian have both taken this work on professionally in order to achieve the project goals quickly. John Murphy from Natta Homes won the award for Collaboration. Once again John has worked extremely hard organising the Natta Groups annual Charity Golf Day. A colleague explained further: This is his 9 thyear of organising the event and it is a day that not only raises fantastic amounts of money for charity, but it is a day to bring together all of the companies and individuals that we collaborate with internally and externally, to achieve the fantastic results we do.Finally, June saw Levi Moore and Lee Hedgeworth win the award for Innovation. Levi is currently working at our Winchester site. A colleague shared; Excellent input to overcome drainage problems on From the left: Xhavit Dauti receiving his award fromsite. Whilst Lee, who is based at Nattas head office, has recently been Etienne Rambeau presentBarry Singh with his Lovespending a lot of time and effort on refining a Bluebeam function called AwardTool Chests. A colleague went on to explain further: This has been applied to drainage measurements and should lead to great efficiency in undertaking future measures and relaying the right information clearly to both Surveyors and Site. July LOVE Award Winners In July, the award for Safety went to Steve Drake based at Finchampstead. A surprise inspection was carried out by the clients Group Health and Safety Manager. All the other trades were given items to rectify except for Natta. A very well done to Steve for maintaining high safety standards on his site! The Expertise award went to Emma Jarvis from Head Office. A colleague shared: Emma has been a tower of strength getting all of us at Head Office up and running on the newly introduced Coins system. Barry Davis, Danny Chandler, Stuart Shuttleworth, Paul Berry and Annette Hills all wonthe Teamwork award for July. Barry, Danny, Stuart and Paul were all nominated for working well as a team in assisting with the installation of the foundations and access works for the new modular units. Annette our company chef, has done a great job in making the canteen a great place toFrom the left: Stuart Shuttleworth, Danny Chandler, Emma Jarvis, Sue visit. A colleague said, The food is good and theHardy, Toni Gray, Barry Davis and Annette Hillsatmosphere is jovial. Annette does a great job what a turnaround! Sue Hardy and Toni Gray both won the award for Collaboration. These two work extremely hard with the running and managing of the Surrey Training Group. Their efforts can clearly be seen with the increase of memberships, now at 48 members, it continues to develop and grow. A colleague shared: At each meeting, both Sue and Toni help to set up and arrange the room, network withmembers and organise some great speakers for the members.'