Framlingham: Building contractor rebrands as Robert Norman Construction
FRAMINGHAM-based building contractor Robert Norman Associates has rebranded itself as Robert Norman Construction.
The family-run business has also adopted a new livery as part of a change of identity to accompany its move to larger premises.
“After 30 years in the business, we’ve simply decided to tell it as it is,” said managing director Robert Norman.
“Our company is respected for its meticulous, right first time approach to construction work and the clarity of two-way communication throughout the building process. We think that our new name, Robert Norman Construction, is a clearer statement of who we are and what we do.
“We’ve not gone back to the drawing board in any way, but are just looking after the past and building for the future.”
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As part of the developments, Bob Page, formerly senior contracts manager within the company, has joined the board of directors in the role of construction director.
“The investment is fantastic news for the company and for the area,” said Mr Page. “It may be seen as a bold move by others in the industry given the current economic climate, but our confidence has very solid foundations.
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“We have a very diverse skill set and are able to approach projects of all sizes and levels of technical complexity from highly innovative new builds to eco-homes, and from barn conversions to listed properties.”