b'The Quality award went to Annette Hills, Ted Vass and Silviu Cioarec. Our Canteen Manager, Annette, received glowingfeedback from a client of CISTC. They commented: Thank you for your help giving me the opportunity to attend the NRSWA Licence course held at CISTC. It was an enjoyable and pleasing experience. Please pass on my gratitude and extreme thanks to all at CISTC including the Canteen Manager for the outstanding professional service provided. Ted has received a brilliant Google Review for his training. A candidate wrote: I did my street works refresh course with Ted. He was very helpful and understanding; Ted is a true credit to your company. Thank you. Under pressure to deliver many units to CML for our Client, Silviu has worked tirelessly and maintained high-quality standards throughout his work. Mustafa Ali and Alexanter Merkouri were awarded for their dedication to Teamwork. A line manager commented: Due to unforeseen events with the drainage at Luton, we were forced to work from 7.30 am to 11 pm. The pipes had become blocked and affected a large number of residents. Mustafa remained with me until late in the night and even brought sandwiches, coffee and water. We remained until the flow was restored and the system was not at risk of overflowing anymore. Mustafa demonstrated a what can I do to help attitude. Alexanter was nominated because he is a guy who always helps and motivates his team workers. Finally, Georgiana Mosanu, Andreea Guriuc, Willy Stevenson won the award for Collaboration. This team at our project in Horsham presented the site really well for the Considerate Constructors review and to set the new project off on the right foot. All carried out in addition to their daily works.From the left: Willy Stevenson, Georgiana Mosanu and Andreea GuriucIt is with sadness that we report that Trevor Voller, Technical Manager for Natta Homes, passed away at home on 1st October. He was found by his ex-wife Jan and survived by his next of kin, his brother Jeffrey. Trevor joined Natta Homes in April 2000 to assist on our project in Lambourne. He was a Carpenter by trade and a Joiner before becoming a freelance agent, working on Grade II listed and historic buildings. He celebrated his 65 thbirthday on Tuesday 29th September with us in the office and then later on that night with his friends.In his heyday, he was a natty dresser, loved a sharp suit and his waistcoats. He was a loyal, genuine person, an avid Southampton FC supporter and in his youth a Judo Champion.He will be sadly missed by his colleagues in Natta Homes. Rest in Peace, Trev.'