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Here at A Lench, we pride ourselves on offering the highest quality work. We have fantastic teams headed by our site supervisors / foreman who work tirelessly to make sure that projects are successfully managed from start to finish!

We spoke to one of our site supervisors Gavin Small asking about his role and he gave us his 5 top tips on how to be a great site supervisor!

  • 1. KNOWLEDGE

    Gavin has gained a brilliant 20 years’ experience working for A Lench, giving him lots of knowledge within the construction industry. He has also gained qualifications in bricklaying, site supervision and first aid to keep everyone in his team safe on site. Having been a SSSTS qualified site supervisor for the past 4 years, what Gavin doesn’t know about working on site, isn’t worth knowing!

  • 2. MOTIVATE

    Looking after a team of 20 lads can be hard work, especially first thing on a cold Monday morning! Gavin says that motivating his team is so important as this really gets the best work out of the team and keeps them on track. Gavin loves to get his hands dirty and work with the team as much as possible to support them and show them how it’s done!

  • 3. COMMUNICATE

    This seems like such a simple top tip, but it’s one of Gavin’s favourites! Communicating with the team is key to make sure that everyone is working on the right tasks at the right time and really helps Gavin keep everything organised.

  • 4. QUALITY

    Gavin’s top tip number 4 is to make sure that work is always carried out to the highest quality. It really boosts the team when they have completed work and Gavin can congratulate them on a job well done.

  • 5. BREW

    Last but no means least, we’ve heard that Gavin makes a cracking brew! Stopping for 5 and enjoying a typical builders tea (or coffee!) gives Gavin an opportunity to engage with the team, share knowledge and offer support which is vital especially for new starters and apprentices.

Last but no means least, we’ve heard that Gavin makes a cracking brew! Stopping for 5 and enjoying a typical builders tea (or coffee!) gives Gavin an opportunity to engage with the team, share knowledge and offer support which is vital especially for new starters and apprentices.

So, there you have it, an insight into what it’s like to be working on site with A Lench, and most importantly how our brilliant site supervisors and foreman bring our teams together to create unbeatable builds.

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