The History
of Edburton


In 1963 Anthony Baldwin (above middle) acquired the first parts of plant and machinery that would go on to form the basis of Edburton.

Edburton quickly established a reputation for reliability, cost effectiveness, and high quality of service. The company grew steadily and successfully over the ensuing decades, becoming a leading civil engineering force. Deciding to retire in 2007, and in line of keeping familial values at the core of the company, Tony handed over the reins to his son, Martin (above left). Setting out his own vision for the company, Martin has continued to drive standards and expand both the scope and range of Edburton’s work, whilst maintaining the ethos and well-earned reputation from those early days in the 60s. During the last year a third generation joined the business – Martin’s son Hugo took up his role in November 2014 as Projects Manager.

Steeped in its family tradition Edburton is small enough to care, but large enough to deliver cutting-edge results. It is this approach that has enabled Edburton to grow significantly over the last 50 years, and now offers a wide-range of services, regularly working on high-profile projects across the South-East of England.