Auburn builder Dilworth Households declared Friday that it has been acquired by Birmingham-dependent Harris Doyle Homes.

“We are fired up and grateful for the chance to partner with Harris Doyle and sign up for Clayton Attributes Team,” said Michael Dilworth, who founded his firm in 1999. “Joining forces with Harris Doyle just will make feeling as we are all working toward common ambitions: to offer a to start with-course homebuilding knowledge for our customers and to supply amazing assets and prospects for our staff associates to increase and develop, the two of which will be enhanced by this partnership.”

Harris Doyle, a Berkshire Hathaway corporation and subsidiary of Clayton Homes Team, preferred to increase its footprint in Lee County.

“We are very pleased to welcome Dilworth to the Harris Doyle relatives,” mentioned Brooks Harris, just one of the founders of the enterprise. “I know it is heading to be a terrific match. From early conversations, it was obvious that each companies share incredibly related main values, cultural alignment and thrive off a team mentality to supply high-level services to our clients.”

Michael Dilworth will continue to run underneath the Dilworth Households brand name title in Lee and Baldwin counties. Russ Doyle will keep his job as President of Harris Doyle and Harris will also keep on as Main Small business Progress Officer.