We are a small building firm based in Wareham, Dorset, on the south coast of England.

Managing Director, Gary Wallace, has worked in construction for over 30 years, during which time he amassed a wealth of experience in many aspects of the building industry, initially in mechanical engineering services - large scale plumbing and heating projects in schools, hospitals and hotels, then small refurbishment projects supervising all other trades before being awarded the rolling refurbishment of the prestigious Knoll House Hotel in Studland in 2011.

The success of that project lead to building works across Purbeck in particular, although we still cover projects within a 100 mile radius of our Wareham office and joinery workshop

W H O   W E   A R E

We are a close-knit team of expert tradesmen with an immense knowledge base and a wealth of hands-on experience.

We are happy in our work, punctual, extremely reliable and have a 'can-do' attitude which allows us a flexible and innovative approach to the more difficult projects.

We do not advertise. All our work comes from reccomendations from the people we have worked for before.

We will liase closely with your architect, engineer and the building inspector to ensure the highest standards are maintained throughout your project whilst keeping you informed every step of the way.

W H Y   C H O O S E   U S

We build extensions, refurbish old properties, carry out landscaping and drainage works, design and install hi-tech green plumbing and heating installations, we build garden rooms and 'man caves', stables and garages, basically we have an attitude of 'anything can be done' and frequently prove it.

Our joinery workshop specialises in fine joinery and cabinet making. We build doors, windows, kitchens and furniture as well as flat pack garden rooms complete with instructions to your own specification and design.

Our design studio, with resident Design Engineer, produces stunning 3D drawings of bespoke projects to your own requirements.

We also design and install heating and plumbing systems - including green technologies using thermal stores, solar thermal collectors, condensing boilers and heat recovery units.