DBR awarded Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen

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DBR (London) Ltd has been awarded a Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen.

Shortly before the death of The Queen, DBR (London) Ltd, one the UK’s leading conservation construction contractors, was granted a Royal Warrant by Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen in recognition of its longstanding provision of historic building conservation services to the Royal Household.

For centuries, Royal Warrants have been awarded to companies who have demonstrated exceptional service, quality, and excellence. This achievement recognises a culmination of DBR’s delivery of more than 170 historic building conservation projects for the Royal Household over an eight-year period.

There are around 800 Royal Warrant holders, representing a diverse range of trades and industries, from small businesses to multinational corporations. Successful applicants must have provided a regular, direct, and substantial supply of excellent goods or services to the Royal Household for at least five years and must also fulfil a strict set of sustainability criteria.

The knowledge, expertise, skill and precision of DBR’s team, as seen most recently on The Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) restoration project at the Houses of Parliament is an example of DBR's work (you can read about the 'Big Ben' project here).

In recognition of this honour, DBR now has the right to use the Royal Arms as a mark of this achievement in conjunction with its branding.

Commenting on the appointment, Adrian Attwood, DBR's Executive Director, says: “The Warrant is a reflection of the high standards of work consistently delivered by our talented team of craftspeople and dedicated project managers.

"It also reflects our ongoing commitment to achieving the highest quality throughout all the work we undertake, whether for the Royal Household, Palace of Westminster, or, for that matter, any other client.

“We are exceptionally proud to have received this accolade, and we shall continue to strive for excellence in preserving the UK’s built heritage and landmark assets, leaving a legacy for future generations to cherish and enjoy.”