History

2016
RBC becomes an independent business following the demerger of the Raymond Brown Group.
2015
RBC reports revenues of £66m and a pre-tax profit of £1.7m.
2013
RBC celebrates its 60th anniversary.
2010
Rail Division established.
2009
Wales Division established in Bridgend.
2007
RBC awarded first contract with Aspire Defence at Bulford. £20m worth of work has since been completed. RBC win the £6m contract to build the Portland Marina breakwater for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
2005
RBC secure their first MoD contract with Lend Lease at Yeovilton. Over £20m worth of work has since been completed with Lend Lease inside defence estates.
1991
RBC secured its first landfill engineering contract for Sita at Wareham. The company went on to secure over £40m worth of work in this sector before withdrawing in 2010 due to declining volumes of landfill.
1986
Raymond Brown Construction Limited (RBC) is incorporated as a civil engineering company.
1980s
The company developed an excellent reputation in the construction of golf courses around England, including The Belfry.
1960s & ‘70s
Operations broadened into site clearance on some of the south’s major trunk road schemes including the M2, M3, M4, M5 and M27.
1959
Raymond purchased his first BTD6 International Drott tracked shovel, which having been restored is now on display outside our head office as a memorial to him.
1953
In his early 20s Raymond Brown started chopping wood and cutting peat in the New Forest. The business soon developed into site clearance.