Andy Berwick

photo of Andy BerwickAndy Berwick is the Build Manager for Lovell Eastern.   Andy's working life started as a Site based joiner for 10 years working for a company that was part Tarmac Housing empire.  In 1993, he moved into Site Management when he joined Crest Nicholson and later, McAlpine.  Andy has progressed from Assistant Site Manager, Site Manager and Senior Site Manager.  He has been a Build Manager for 4 years, joining Lovell in early 2007. 

Andy has 25 years experience working in the New Build Housing Industry. He also has a City & Guilds Advanced Craft Certificate in Carpentry and Joinery from Burton on Trent Technical College.

What is your main role in the project?
Day to day site based Project Management of the Build Process. 

What are you looking forward to?
Being part of the Project Team and proving that more traditional methods of construction can achieve the higher levels of the Code.

What are you most nervous about throughout the project?
Ensuring the construction is built to the exacting standards required to achieve the air tightness on the Code 6 property.

Why do you think this project is valuable?
The Project should go a long way towards proving that Code Level 4 and 6 can be achieved with masonry products in a cost effective manner.

What do you think you’ll learn by being involved?
A greater understanding of the processes and new technologies involved in achieving Code Level 4 and 6.

Personal Info

Town where you live?
I live in Stretton, a large village next to Burton on Trent, Staffs.

Who you live with?
My wife Heather and 2 children Jonathon and Hannah.

I enjoy watching all types of motor racing, amateur photography, reading, walking and have been attempting to play golf for the last 2 years.

What you like to do at the weekend?
I love going shopping!!! Running our 2 children around to their different weekend activities and spending time with my family, walking and watching films.

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Fact 7

With pressure from clients, specifiers and environmentalists to account for all stages in the life cycle of construction products, the masonry industry is moving forward on responsible sourcing and addressing the issue of sustainable procurement.  There is a certified chain of custody scheme.  This will mean that sustainably-produced products can gain ‘responsibly sourced materials credits’, which are set to become commonly used in the construction industry.

See the more information on the Code for Sustainable Homes