Awards & Achievements
Congratulations to Tom Payne who has recently received employee of the month from St Modwen Developments, working at their site at Hendrefoilan Woods, Swansea.
We were recently awarded the National Federation of Roofing Contractors Gold
Safety Award for 2017
In previous years we were awarded:
NFRC Gold Safety Award 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
NFRC Silver Safety Award 2010
NFRC Gold Safety Award 2009
NFRC Silver Safety Award 2007
NFRC Gold Safety Award 2006, 2005, 2004
NFRC Silver Safety Award 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000
NFRC Bronze Safety Award 1999, 1998, 1997, 1995
Industry Quality Awards
We have been awarded over 30 NHBC Housing Site Management Awards over recent
We are proud to be associated with Persimmon Homes as UK SUPREME WINNER in
the Annual Pride in the Job Awards on their development at Wyncliffe Gardens,
Apprentice Award November 2016
Congratulations to Jack Saunders-Jones on achieving the Apprentice of the Year Award 2016
LOCAL TALENT NATIONALLY RECOGNISED
Celebrating the young talent in todays construction industry, the National
Construction College (Midlands) held is annual Awards event at Birmingham
University last month. As one of the leading building materials suppliers,
Birmingham based Selco was more than happy to give its support by sponsoring the
Apprentice of the Year category.
Every year the Awards recognise the achievements of the students at the NCC,
and bring to the attention of the industry the talent that is being nurtured.
This year the Apprentice of the Year award went to Wayne Carter from Treforest
Tiling Ltd, Bridgend, and there to present the award was comedian and ex-East
Enders actor Shaun Williamson.
Nigel Croll, Commercial Manager, Selco, was there to congratulate Wayne and
wish him every success in his career. Wayne is a highly motivated and
enthusiastic young man who will be an asset to the industry and his employer. At
Selco we feel that it is important to do all that we can to encourage and
support the young talent coming in to the construction industry, said Nigel.
Wayne made exceptional progress throughout the course, and this was commented
on by the NCC when asked why he had been chosen to receive the award. Waynes
course tutor said, Wayne is an outstanding trainee and has always shown a
keenness to learn and has taken an active interest in all that he has done at
the college, attaining a high average throughout. He will do well in his chosen
career as he has the positive attitude and approach the industry is looking for,
constantly ensuring high standards are met.