DBR is growing!

Oct 31, 2022 talia Weiss


DBR is growing! This was an exciting summer season for the growth of our DBR team! We have had three major promotions and have hired eight new key team members! Introducing (in order of slides)...

Giles Bilbrough – the appointment to the DBR (London) Limited Board of Directors. The appointment includes Giles promotion to Operations Director (Construction) for DBR (London) to enhance the further expansion of the business into broader areas of heritage repair and conservation work.

Brendan Foley – the appointment of Brendan Foley (Contracts director) as Skills Ambassador for DBR (London) Limited. This role will develop skills training and advancement of our directly employed craft workforce and promote heritage trades to a wider audience through awareness campaigns such as DBRs Year of the Master Craftsperson.

Rory Smith – the appointment to Site Manager. Rory has been with DBR as a stone mason for an impressive 15 years! This promotion comes after a lot of exceptional work and dedication, including an incredible job on Elizabeth Tower.

New hires include…

George Moffat – Junior Estimator
A skilful recent graduate of business management from the University of Kent

Talia Weiss – Marketing Officer
A rising building conservator and recent graduate in heritage site management and conservation from University College London

Megan Cable – Assistant Project Manager
A sustainability champion with experience in heritage, conservation and estates management

Oliver Hamilton – Quantity Surveyor
An advanced technical engineer and developing quantity surveyor

Tony Sheppard – Health & Safety Manager
A proven manager with a wide range of experiences in the museum and building industries, including MCIOB MACQP MIIRSM certFDI FDISdip

James Scott – Graduate Project Manager
A budding construction engineering manager.

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