Site managers employed by a well-known housing developer aim to build on their success after winning a prestigious honour.

A total of five bosses at Taylor Wimpey sites in Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire have earned a Pride in the Job Quality Award from the National House Building Council (NHBC).

The awards shine a spotlight on those who make that extra effort to deliver homes of the highest quality.

Fewer than 500 out of more than 8,000 site managers across the UK have been handed the honour this year.

Among them are Mark Brodie, of the Dargavel Village site, in Bishopton, Colin Hurren, of Hawkhead Gardens, Paisley, and Scott McNulty, of Duncarnock, Barrhead, as well as David McClure and David Cunningham, who both manage sites at Maidenhill, in Newton Mearns.

All five now progress to the Scottish final later this year, when the nation’s ‘best of the best’ will be declared.

Brian Henderson, production director at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, said: “ These individual awards are thoroughly deserved and we’re incredibly proud that we have some of the best site managers in Scotland.

“Each site manager’s success demonstrates our drive to deliver the highest levels of quality, service and commitment to our customers.”

Steve Wood, NHBC chief executive, added: “For more than 40 years, Pride in the Job has been an important part of our work to help drive construction quality.

“Winning site managers tell us that it inspires them to give a little extra and to strive harder for ever-higher standards in housebuilding.

“At NHBC, we believe that the calibre of the site manager and the way they inspire their site team has the greatest influence on the quality of the finished home.”