Our construction teams are the people who make it happen. They oversee the physical build of our homes, turning the vision of our designers into a reality.
Teamwork is key here. All the trade work carried out on site (bricklaying, joinery, plumbing and so on) is performed by subcontractors and, for the most part, our construction team are the managers who oversee the process. Site managers, for example, will co-ordinate all our subcontracted trades, ensuring that build quality, workmanship and attention to detail are consistently high. Championing best practice on site, they will safeguard health, safety and environmental standards while making sure we hit our project milestones.
The challenges in construction are many and varied. Each development has a broad mix of housing designs, so your skills will be tested in all sorts of different ways. And because these developments are often completed in just one or two phases, you’ll see an empty site turn into a thriving community much more quickly than you might with other big developers.
If you take real pride in your work, this is a great opportunity to join an award-winning team. We craft the highest-quality homes, taking a huge amount of care over every single detail, as reflected in our HBF 5-star Award for Customer Satisfaction. By joining us, you’ll develop both your skills and reputation – as well as homes that people love to live in.
Knowing that the customer will be happy in their home gives me great satisfaction.
If my story proves anything, it’s that an apprenticeship here can really lead to somewhere. Working for Redrow is inspiring and challenging and they’re a very career-driven company.
It’s fair to say that my career here has got off to a flying start
I love the variety of my job, and really enjoy the problem-solving element. And it’s always rewarding to move customers into their new home.
I like the variation from day to day as no two days are the same.
Now that I’ve started my career proper, I’m totally focused on getting the most out of it.
I will work to help retain the women already in construction and also encourage and attract more women into the industry
The company has invested so much in my development. They’ve also given me opportunities to progress.