A FELLOWSHIP OF CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS
The Worshipful Company of Constructors is a modern City of London Livery Company for professionals working in the construction industry. The Company was granted Livery by The Court of Aldermen in 1990, followed by a Royal Charter of Incorporation by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II in 2010.
Many of our Liverymen are Chartered members of their respective professional institutions – some in leading positions. They come from all sectors of the construction trade, including architects, surveyors, engineers, builders, lawyers and accountants. This rich diversity gives huge social and professional benefits to our members.
Fellowship is an important part of company life, and each year there are three formal dinners. These are held in the city’s splendid halls and are an excellent opportunity to entertain clients, colleagues, friends and family.
The Worshipful Company of Constructors run a full calendar of events. Existing members can click the buttons below to book a place. If you are interested in joining the Worshipful Company of Constructors, please click here.
2022 Brigantes Breakfast – the Northern lunch for City of London Liverymen The 2022 Brigantes Breakfast, the Northern lunch for…
The ancient watchwords of the city are fellowship, relief and truth. The purpose of all ancient City livery companies was to support the Church, dispense alms to the needy and supervise and regulate the practice of their skill. You will be required to prove your zeal by a regular attendance at our functions and services of worship, together with regular support to our charities.
From the Master’s address to new members.
Master of the Worshipful Company of Constructors
MEET THE MASTER
The Master of the Worshipful Company of Constructors 2020/21 is Arthur Seymour. Arthur is now retired, having worked his way up through the construction industry. He started as an apprentice electrician, then worked for the civil service, founded Butler & Young with a business partner in 1970. He finally became Chairman of Butler and Young, by then a large multi-discipline consultancy, with its head office in Croydon, South London. He retired in 2006.
In retirement Arthur and his wife, Tina, spend much of their time either on their 62-foot narrowboat on the canals or skiing in the Alps, where they have an apartment in Arc1950. He even once skippered a sailing boat across the Thames Estuary blindfolded! Read more…
NEWS AND VIEWS
Watch this space for the latest news and views from the Worshipful Company of Constructors.
Diana Chrouch, the Worshipful Company of Constructor’s Diversity and Inclusion Chair, has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours with…