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10 January 2022


ONE of the best site managers in the North West is set to share his expertise following his promotion.

Daniel Cato has taken on a new role of area construction manager with Kingswood Homes. It’s the second time in less than 12 months that the multiple award-winning site manager has climbed the career ladder.


Daniel’s promotion follows him winning a coveted Seal of Excellence and being named the North West regional winner in the “small builder” category of the 2021 NHBC Pride in the Job Awards, having already earned four “Quality” awards.

Now 29, Daniel started his career an apprentice joiner and moved into management aged just 20. He was promoted from senior site manager to project manager last year and has recently been further promoted to area construction manager.

Daniel said: “It’s almost two years since I joined Kingswood Homes as a senior site manager. I’m used to overseeing 80 to 100 people constructing homes at Green Hills in Feniscowles and enjoying the fresh challenge of overseeing work across multiple sites.

“Winning the Seal of Excellence was a massive team achievement and a real career highlight for me. I’m now keen to share my experience with other site managers and help support the larger team in continuing to deliver high quality homes equivalent to the standard of a HBF five-star rated homebuilder. I’m grateful for Kingswood for giving me the opportunity to progress my career and the continued support of the whole team. It’s a great company to work for.”

In his latest role, Daniel, from Fleetwood, will initially be overseeing three sites for Little Hoole-based Kingswood.

Construction director Stuart Bullough said: “Having worked with Daniel since he first came into the industry as an 18-year-old apprentice, I am very proud to see his continued growth. His promotion to area construction manager is very much deserved and is the next natural step in Daniel’s career.”