NHBC Pride in the Job Awards
23rd February 2016
Bromak Recruitment has been recognised as an invaluable supporter of Redrow Homes Lancashire in the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2015. The National House Building Council’s (NHBC) Pride in the Job is the house-building industry’s most prestigious awards programme. Running for 35 years, Pride in the Job is dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards in house-building.
Established in 1974 as a small civil engineering concern in North Wales, Redrow Homes has grown significantly and are now one of the leading developers of residential properties in the UK. They have a reputation for imaginative design, build quality and customer service, with the skills needed to complete a wide range of developments.
Bromak Recruitment has worked closely with Redrow Homes Lancashire for a number of years, supplying them with over 200 candidates across the UK. Since 2013, Bromak has pplied Redrow Homes Lancashire with candidates for over 450 job roles, ranging from trades and labour to management positions across permanent, temporary and contract positions. Nick Grimshaw, Senior Recruitment Consultant from Bromak Recruitment, was named on the certificate as having provided invaluable support to NHBC Award winner Shaun Phoenix for the Redrow Homes Lancashire site, The Coppice Banks.
Cameron Berry, Operations Director at Bromak Recruitment said: “We are very proud to have been awarded with the recognition for our support to Redrow from the dedication and commitment that we have put in over the years. Redrow Homes Lancashire are a valued client of ours and have had a close working relationship with Bromak for many years now, which will only continue to grow in the future.”
Bromak Recruitment is one of the leading recruitment consultancies in the UK, focussing solely on the built environment and social housing sectors. With six offices across the UK, ranging from Watford to Durham, Bromak has a proven track record of supplying both permanent and temporary candidates into some of the UK’s best known organisations.Go Back