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About Wayne Brown Design / Build

After having worked on Habitat ' 67 in Montreal, Canada the Canadian born builder came to St Lucia on contract with an engineering firm from the famous francophone city. Mr. Brown decided to stay in St Lucia and began his construction practice with the Barclays Bank manager's residence of the town of Soufriere and continued successfully building most of the homes in the Anse Chastanet region including the extensions and renovations of the Anse Chastanet Hotel.

Throughout the 70's, 80's and 90's Wayne Brown Design/Build has built several houses in the northern and southern areas of the island which attract the high end real estate market. Since the builders own foray into the hotel industry in the mid eighties he has designed, built and consulted on boutique hotels such as Stonefield Villa Resort, Ginger Lilly Hotel, Ti Kaye Village and is currently working with the government of St Vincent on a unique tourist development and resort. Maco magazine (volume 6, issue 1) featured one of the first homes that Wayne Brown built for an English client.

In the year 2000 the firm designed and consulted on the recently built Ti Kaye Village - ( and used Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC) for the construction of 33 villas. The AAC material helped in the speedy erection of the buildings and saved on labour and material handling costs not to mention the timely opening of the hotel and the long term benefits to the client in reduced energy cost since the villas were all air conditioned.

AAC was also used as a sound wall barrier along the millennium highway near the Castries harbour and Victoria Hospital. Since then WB Design/Build has sought more reliable and enduring building products in order to match the growing demands of clients and economic constraints within the industry.