Our Mission

D. BROWN MANAGEMENT helps contractors grow profitably.

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We believe the construction industry is an integral part of the backbone of our country. We exist to help contractors build stronger businesses for the next generation by leveraging talent, technology, and capital through alignment and transparency.

Our Mission: We exist to help contractors build stronger businesses for the next generation.


Our philosophy is simple but powerful:

Talented people form the foundation of every great company, and if you grow people, you will grow equity. We work closely with our clients to improve their entire project delivery lifecycle from project acquisition through close-out, including market strategy, talent development, financial controls, procurement, and technology. Our hands-on approach provides a valuable third-party perspective, unbiased facilitation, and specialty expertise.

Everyone at D. Brown Management has deep experience in the construction industry. Many of our team members have held senior leadership positions at ENR Top 400/600 sized contractors. Our clients and their success by all measures is everything to us. We are invested in their success. No matter how we are compensated for our services, we will act as if we are an equity partner in your business.

 


Every contractor's vision and situation is unique; we understand that.  We tailor our experience, relationships, tools and training specifically for your business

All relationships begin with a conversation. Please reach out and schedule time to talk about your vision, your business, your team, and your challenges. Together, we can explore opportunities for growth and see if there is fit.


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