David Brook founded Ryedale Interiors on a small industrial unit in a village called Brompton-by-Sawdon, which is in the district of Ryedale, North Yorkshire.
1996 - 1998
Ryedale Interiors built a small but loyal client base throughout the UK, manufacturing & installing fibrous plasterwork on commercial projects.
The business moved to a larger 4000 square foot unit in Halifax.
Roger Hannon joined as co-owner, bringing with him numerous clients from his time at Johnson Brothers in Leeds. The company was formally made into Ryedale Interiors Ltd.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd moved to a 7500 square foot 1980s industrial unit in Beeston, Leeds. The unit was more suitable for the manufacture of GRG & fibrous plaster.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd won the FPDC Best Dry Lining Project Award for the £250k project at The Light Shopping Centre in Leeds, carried out on behalf of B and K.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd won the FPDC Plasterers Trophy for the £250k project at the G Casino in Manchester.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd won the FPDC Plasterers Trophy for the £125k project at The Rock in Bury.
David Brook retired and all shares were transferred to Roger Hannon.
Joe Markey was appointed as contracts manager to assist with the increasing workload.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd won the FIS Gold Award for Best GRG Project for the £225k project at Resorts World, NEC, Birmingham.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd successfully tendered for and won the GRG Works package at Barton Square, Trafford Centre in Manchester.
Ryedale Interiors Ltd won the FIS Scottish Gold Award for Best GRG Project for the £200k project at SOAR in Braehead, Glasgow.
Contract awarded for new Channel 4 headquarters in the Majestic building, Leeds.
Completion of Barton Square, Manchester Trafford Centre, the company’s largest contract to date.