Our knowledge, your success!
Here at DDC, we have an outstanding team of innovative and dynamic personnel, whom with passion and dedication, focus on delivering high quality survey and professional services.
Our belief in, and commitment to, ‘better information management’ is a key driver for DDC performing works effectively and efficiently for our clients.
We pride ourselves on our ‘can do attitude’, and working in close collaboration with our clients, we problem solve to deliver positive solutions and achieve the best possible outcomes.
Our mission is to deliver an outstanding customer experience by a team of professionals who truly care.
“I’m truly blessed to have such a dedicated and talented team at DDC. The commitment to delivering a service that is quality driven has become the DDC mantra.”
DDC Engineering Solutions Ltd was founded in 2000 by Dean and Lisa Whitbrook.
Beginning life in a single office in Willenhall, in the heart of the West Midlands, DDC soon grew and relocated to larger offices within Wolverhampton Science Park, and then, in 2013, took the bold decision to move to even larger dedicated premises in Wolverhampton, near to the new JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) factory.
Since 2004, Dean has committed to establishing DDC as a leading supplier and contractor in the highways and trunk road drainage data management and surveying industry, initially as a sub-contractor building up an enviable list of key blue-chip clients, then progressively moving forward to securing primary contractor status, with both the English and Welsh Highways authorities, where DDC continues to complete work to a distinguished standard worthy of the Highways Agency’s own database requirements.
“When I started with DDC over 4 years ago I was amazed with the team spirit, how everyone pulls together and helps each other. The teams dedication to providing quality and doing as they say makes us stand out from the crowd.”
Senior Operations Manager
The DDC team comprises handpicked and dedicated multi-discipline specialists from many different paths which ensures that, not only do we have high academic achievers, we also have people with a vast life experience. Through the differences comes great respect and team working. Our dedication set us apart from the rest.
OUR CORE VALUES
We are recognised, by our clients as caring about their needs, carefully advising and educating them and always being ready to speak/meet regularly, to help out, to be easily contactable, and hands-on with our exceptionally high personal, customer oriented, service levels.
One company can make a small difference but together we can achieve great things
Our adopted animals
Our team has adopted four endangered animals
The beautiful snow leopard. Powerful, captivating and incredible vulnerable to threats like poaching, loss of prey and conflict with people. Did you know that snow leopards can’t roar?
The magnificent polar bear. Big, powerful and yet incredible vulnerable to threats like climate change. Did you know that the polar bear skin is black?
The majestic Rhino. Strong, powerful and yet incredible vulnerable to poaching and habitat loss. Did you know the names of white and black rhinos are misleading? They are grey.
The amazing orang-utan. Intelligent, gentle and incredible vulnerable to threats like habitat loss and degradation. Did you know that orang-utans have beard and moustache?
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