D Brown employees are getting pinky for Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink day UPDATE: We are still currently working out how much we have raised, but we wanted to say well done to Deene McCracken for taking part and raising £83.50 just on his site alone. UPDATE: After counting all the money, D Brown Builders
The Whaplode Parochial Charities which incorporates the Tashes Almshouse Charity, is managed by three Trustees and a Clerk under the chairmanship of Mr David Dougill. Mrs Muriel Smith and Mrs Sue Carter have spent the past six weeks in temporary accommodation whilst their Almshouse Bungalows have undergone a complete refurbishment. Mr Des Ford of D.
With over 30 years’ experience under belt Spalding-based D Brown Building Contractors Ltd has the expertise to provide everything from new build through to general repairs and refurbishments to an extremely high standard. This reputation for quality was once again recently highlighted when it was shortlisted at the UK Housing Awards 2015 within the Outstanding
D Brown Building Contractors Ltd join the ranks of national construction companies Kier, Lakehouse and Willmott Dixon to secure their place on the LGSS 4 year Construction Framework. The Local Government Shared Services (LGSS) Construction Framework will be used for repairs and renovation, refurbishment, demolition, modular build, extensions and new builds on a variety of
The Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance and the William Alvey School each received £500 from D Brown Builders in recognition of the installation of the 1000th replacement boiler for North Kesteven District Council’s rental houses. Kurt Mason, Finance Director for D. Brown (Building Contractors), said: “A thousand boiler installs is a big programme and we wanted
Four plucky employees of D. Brown (Building Contractors) have raised £1,603 for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice and £1,650 for Foundation Scotland after completing The Caledonian Challenge – ‘The Walk of Your Life’. Liz Williamson (accounts), Kurt Mason (financial director), George Brown (quantity surveyor) and colleague Owen Harcombe completed the 54 mile trek in 24 hours.