David Graziano has been appointed as construction director at Genesis Homes. () ()

Graziano joins from Bellway. Credit: via 32West

Genesis appoints experienced construction director

David Graziano has joined the Cumbrian developer following spells with some of the country’s largest housebuilder brands.

Graziano has left Bellway Homes, where he was head of construction at the firm’s Manchester division, to join Genesis Homes as construction director. 

He has also had stints at Redrow and Miller Homes, where he spent 16 years. 

“The time felt right for a new challenge, and this is an opportunity I’m really excited about,” Graziano said. 

“I’m a fan of the Genesis Homes product and its specifications, and I was really impressed with [managing director] Nicky Gordon’s ambitions to grow the business.” 

He added: “What is core to Genesis Homes is its overall brand and making sure all its developments are consistent, and that customer satisfaction and industry standards are always achieved. 

“This is something vital to me as I will move heaven and earth to make sure I deliver what I set out to. 

“There is nothing more satisfying in the role than seeing the delight on the faces of your customers receiving the keys to their new home after you have turned a piece of land into a desirable place to live.” 

Gordan said he is pleased to have lured someone of Graziano’s experience to the team. 

“Attracting somebody with such a high level of expertise, experience and knowledge of working in the construction industry is a major milestone in the Genesis Homes journey. 

“David is one of the best in the business and we are excited about seeing how he can help drive up standards across the whole team with his leadership capabilities and great eye for detail.” 

He added: “I’m so proud of how quickly Genesis Homes has developed over the years, and I’m looking forward to seeing how far we will grow now that we have enlisted the services of somebody as esteemed as David.” 

Graziano will be based out of Genesis’ Penrith HQ. The firm’s current projects include 94 homes near Workington and another 90 in Carlisle. 

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