About us

Sandford Building Contractors Ltd offers a complete brickwork, blockwork and stonework subcontract package including labour only through to a full supply and fit service.

Sandford Building Contractors Ltd, which is now based in cheddar, Somerset, was established by Ian Brimfield in 1999 and has now developed into a leading bricklaying and masonry subcontractor in Bristol and the South West. We have carried out contract bricklaying ranging from £10k to £1m in value for numerous major contractors such as:

  • Leadbitter
  • Vinci
  • Skanska
  • Bam
  • ISG
  • Interserve
  • Midas
  • Galliford Try
  • Cowlin

Sandford Building Contractors Ltd have carried out a broad range of brickwork contracts in several construction sectors including commercial, industrial, educational, retail and housing. Our proactive approach and attention to quality is often recognised by our ability to win repeat business and build lasting relationships with clients.

We recognise the importance of Health and Safety and environmental issues within the construction industry. Our workforce is regularly updated with relevant training along with on site training. We employ a specialist health and safety advisor to assist with advice and site inspections to maintain the highest standards of safety in our works.

The principal directors are as follows:

Ian Brimfield. 45 years old. Having worked as a bricklayer in the UK for 15 years, Ian travelled to Germany where he formed a small bricklaying company. He then returned to the UK and established Sandford Building Contractors Ltd.

Graham Rayment. 38 years old. Graham trained as a civil engineer working in the UK for a major civil engineering contractor. Having worked as a site engineer for 6 years he progressed to site management and moved to Bristol where he was a site manager for a large regional building contractor for a further 9 years. He Joined Sandford Building Contractors Ltd in 2006 where his main role is to offer technical support and quality control for all aspects of their works.