Our company journey began in 1983 and over the years we are proud of the long-lasting relationships that we have forged with our clients.
Back in 1983 we began trading as a small joinery, shopfitting and building business that was set up by our founder David H Allan who has now retired from the business. The business is now 2nd generation owned and run by David’s son George Allan with the support of a board of directors, senior management and several divisional teams.
Our company David H Allan is now a leading commercial contractor in its field which has grown and diversified over the years working on projects across the public and commercial private sectors.
David H Allan continues to be strong in our field due to our passion for innovation and excellence delivered by a skilled and experienced team of up to 100 staff and trade operatives. We place good communication on projects from start to finish as paramount to all that we do.
While we continue to build an enviable project portfolio, it is without doubt our teamwork ethos and dedication to delivering quality and exceeding client requirements that mark our ability to grow long lasting relationships, with a substantial part of our business secured through years of repeat business.
We operate 4 separate service divisions which include:
- Refurbishment Division
- Fit-Out Division
- Construction Division
- Small Works Division
David H Allan Divisions
Although each division operates independently, all of our service divisions often work together to give our clients a wide ranging main contracting service. By developing and growing all service areas we can provide a focused and tailored service offering to clients.
We are specialists in working in vacant and in live operational buildings which often is the case for most projects to ensure your business remains fully operational.
We work across several industry sectors including:-
- Education & Community
We hold an extensive CV of project delivery in the following building types:
- Hospitals [including Acute Care, Critical Care and High Dependency Areas]
- Health Centres
- Care Homes
- Shops [in city centres, edge of town and shopping centres]
- University Buildings
- Ambulance Stations
- Police Stations
- Leisure Clubs