Andy Dodds Construction Director

New Construction Director with Customer Happiness at Heart

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28 Apr 2021

Robertson Homes’ customers in North East England can look forward to an even more enjoyable journey to owning a new home following the appointment of Andy Dodds as Construction Director England.

Andy will be responsible for overseeing construction at our current North East developments at Wynyard Estate in County Durham, Low Coniscliffe near Darlington and Grey Towers near Nunthorpe and his focus is on making the process of owning a new Robertson home as rewarding as possible.

Andy said: “Robertson Homes produces the most fantastic, luxury homes and our aim is to ensure complete customer satisfaction at every single touchpoint, from visiting the show homes for the first time to becoming well-established residents.

“The team we have assembled treat every development as their own and it is this attention to detail, care and consideration for our customers which will set us apart.”

Andy joins Robertson Homes with a proven track record, having been a previous winner of NHBC Pride in the Job, Seal of Excellence and Regional awards. He is also a former runner up in the NHBC National Health and Safety Awards.

Robertson Homes managing director, John Murphy, said: “Attracting a construction director of Andy’s calibre is testament to the importance we place on our build quality and customer satisfaction.

“The construction team has a crucial role to play in making the customer journey from choosing a new home to picking up the keys a pleasant and exciting experience. We hope all our customers will enjoy being a part of the process of their dream homes being built.”

Our North East developments are proving so popular with local buyers we continue to seek out prime quality land opportunities in great locations within the region for new Robertson homes.

Andy Dodds Construction Director Robertson Homes

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