Friday, June 24, 2011

News: Bramall Construction celebrates 80th anniversary


Rotherham social housing specialist, Bramall Construction Ltd, is set to mark a significant milestone this month as it celebrates its 80th anniversary.

Bramall Construction was launched as a general contractor in 1931 by George Bramall and Dick Ogden and has since grown to employ over 950 people across England and Wales.

The Manvers construction firm has a turnover of £225m and forms part of the successful Keepmoat Group of companies. It specialises in refurbishment, new build, Extra Care, specialist housing and bringing schools up to 21st Century standards.

Bramall is a market leader when it comes to refurbishment and has improved in excess of 90,000 homes through the Government's Decent Homes programme and other regeneration projects.

They are also leaders in sustainability in construction, being the first social housing contractor to be assessed under the Government's Code for Sustainable Homes were two of the homes on the scheme were the first in the country to reach Code Four. Bramall are also amongst the first contractors in the UK to build homes to Code Six and worked on one of the UK's largest zero carbon developments.

Close to home, Bramall successfully retrofited six Rotherham Council-owned homes, bringing them up to excellent energy efficiency standards with funding from the Technology Strategy Board.

Neil Baxter, managing director of Bramall Construction in Yorkshire, Humberside and the East Midlands, said: "We are extremely proud to be celebrating 80 years in business.

"We have seen many changes in the construction sector over the last 80 years but our ethos and values have stayed the same: We are a forward thinking, caring and innovative business. Our strong history and dedication to delivering sustainable regeneration solutions will help us to thrive and grow for many more years to come."

Bramall Construction website

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