|About David Beveridge Builders
David Beveridge began trading in the early part of last century. The earliest accounts we have are 1910. The office and yard was in New Row and many masons hewed stone there for his various contracts. The business was incorporated in 1947. David Beveridge died in 1956 but his grandson and great grandchildren are current directors.
Mr Beveridge was involved with many prominent buildings in and around Perth such as the Central Scotland Ice Rink in Dunkeld Road, the General Accident building in High Street and Scone Aerodrome. His customer base included Dewars, Pullars and Lumsden & MacKenzie, the major employers of his day.
The Company was revitalised in the seventies , winning contracts for the renovation of the Dunkeld Swimming Baths, the refurbishment of King James Hospital Buildings and the conversion of the Old Waterworks to a Tourist Office. (winner of a European Achitectural Heritage Award) We have built up our customer base over subsequent years and have established relationships with many architects, surveyors and engineers while carrying out projects within a 50 mile radius of Perth, ranging from traditional to modern design.