Justin Howard

Construction & Quality Director

MCIOB, CIOB Level 4 Site Management

Justin joined Ashe Strategic Partnerships to swap to a managerial position as he was formerly a bricklayer within the industry. Whilst bricklaying he still managed to find time to give something back and lectured in bricklaying at Milton Keynes College in the evenings. This has now given way as Justin is studying hard for his own management qualifications with the CIOB. He has joined the Bedfordshire branch of the CIOB committee and has encouraged all Ashe personnel to attend the CIOB CPD evenings where able. Justin has demonstrated enthusiasm and professionalism and is proving popular with clients and colleagues alike for his attention to detail in every respect.

  • Role & Responsibilities

    Monitoring progress, staffing levels and performance on all contracts. Recruitment and allocation of production staff. Convene and chair monthly management meetings with fellow directors to discuss progress on site. Convene and chair monthly contracts managers meetings with the MD as well as quarterly production meetings. Production and monitoring of programmes for the contract works. As director responsible for safety, constantly seek to achieve the highest standards in safety, welfare and health and liaise with the health, safety and environmental manager on all safety matters on a daily basis. Attending site progress meetings and preparing and issuing of the contractors report at site meetings. Co-ordinating subcontractor meetings as and when necessary to maintain the progress of the works. Assisting the contract manager in the preparation of construction phase Health and Safety plans. Monitoring contract performance records of subcontractor and supplier performance once a contract has been completed.

  • Memorable Achievement

    Bringing up my children in a secure family, seeing them grow and be happy is my proudest and most memorable achievement.

Ashe Employee

Career Highlights

DIY SOS - I engaged with DIY SOS and then involved an Ashe Team to complete a community project in Peterborough, very rewarding and there were some tears at the end from the whole team. Paul Andree memorial Award - I was put forward for a Chartered Institute of building award which rewards outstanding dedication and achievement for site management. I progressed to the final and was only told on the day I had won. I was extremely proud and brings back good memories.