Responsibility

We recognise the need to regularly revise our procedures and practices to keep up to date with changing technology and developments in the building conservation field.

Drone view of restoration underway at St Peter's Church in Brighton

DBR is committed to the highest quality of work using the best materials available. We recognize the need to regularly revise our procedures and practices to keep up to date with changing technology and developments in the building conservation field.
DBR is committed to reducing the impact of our work on the environment. We adopt a responsible policy on the safe disposal of any hazardous waste, the recycling of materials and the reduction of waste.
DBR has an excellent health and safety record and we recognise that the welfare of our employees and the public is central to the success and reputation of our business. DBR is committed to safety training of all our employees including asbestos awareness, manual handling and working at height. All of DBR’s directors, project managers and site managers are SMSTS trained (Site Management Safety Training Scheme), a qualification recognised by the UK Health & Safety Executive. During the Coronavirus pandemic DBR has implemented guidelines and procedures to safeguard our employees. These guidelines and procedures are available on request.

If you have any questions regarding our practices please direct them to info@dbrlimited.com

Latest Projects

Chichester Cathedral

Maintenance

Canterbury Cathedral