B & M CLARK (BUILDERS) LTD
CONSERVATION, PRESERVATION & GENERAL BUILDER
Mick and Bernie (of B&M Clark, pictured left to right respectively) were presented to The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh when opening the Commemorative Sculpture, as it signifies the three great influences of Royalty, Rivers and The Church that have influenced the success of Winchester, the Historic Capital of England.
Welcome to the website of B & M Clark (Builders) Limited.
Established in 1978 by brothers Bernie & Mick Clark they were joined in 2013 by Chartered Builder Dave Clements.
We offer a complete building service from small repairs through to new builds.
In our 35 years of trading we have worked on a mix of historic, ecclesiastical, fortifications and modern buildings.
We are approved contractors to County Councils, Local Authorities, Historic Trusts, Parochial Church Councils, Museums, Housing Associations and Private Architectural Practices.
We also work extensively with Private Business and individuals with many repeat customers.
We are proud to be two times winner of the Civic Trust Awards.
In 2009 we were pleased to be awarded Investors in People certification.
All our direct operatives carry CSCS cards appropriate to their trade.
The Commemorative Sculpture itself was cut into the paving slabs with a cast concrete foundation. B & M Clark worked with the artist to create the final effect. The ready made smaller sculptures were transported and set in place
B & M CLARK BUILDERS LIMITED
28A WESTOVER ROAD,
TEL: 02392 - 663643
REGISTERED IN ENGLAND & WALES
REGISTRATION No: 1379367
VAT REG NO: 109 0982 68
6 CUMBERLAND GATE,
B & M Clark successfully complete £162,000 High level roof and rainwater repairs to St Simons Church Southsea.
£40,000 rear extension and kitchen completed for private client in Alverstoke.
Year R playground and year 4 classroom refurbishments successfully completed at Swanmore Primary School. Total contract value £35,000.
£20,000 bathroom and utility room completed for private client in Southsea.
£26,000 stone and roof repairs completed on St Marys Gate, Kingston Cemetery, Portsmouth.