Category Archives: Agricultural Buildings

Advantages of Fibre Cement Roof For Your Farm Building

Fibre Cement Roofing

For any working farm, having suitable buildings and equipment in place to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of operations is essential. Farm buildings must be carefully constructed using only the best materials and a fibre cement roof is just one of the leading options currently available. Speaking to Duane Roberts, Senior Draughtsman at Graham Heath […]

First Building Delivered for Graham Heath Construction’s Apprentice Draughtsman!

Apprentice First Shed

Graham Heath Construction (GHC) welcomed their first apprentices back in 2017, one of whom is Alex Critchley – their Apprentice Draughtsman. His role at Graham Heath Construction has been more than valuable on the Inaugural Apprentice Programme and will offer him all the support and career progression required to progress as the budding draughtsman he […]

GH Construction Construct Building for Bidlea Dairy in Holmes Chapel!

Bidlea Dairy Case Study

Ray Brown recently approached Graham Heath Construction Ltd for a new building for his upcoming family business venture, which the team have been excited to work on since the very first phone call. They operate their business from their 500-acre farm, with the 100-year-old Bidlea herd which has been passed down three generations – The […]

Spring into Action & Plan Your Grain Store with Graham Heath Construction

GHC Grain Stores - Spring Campaign 2018

Month after month is spent planning for harvest – it’s a never-ending cycle if you ask us. You’ve got sewing, growing and harvesting, and once all that is complete, you’re back on repeat. What’s the one thing that would make this continuous cycle more bearable? Grain Storage. In our previous post all about creating the […]

Graham Heath Construction Provides Concrete Flooring Installation for Grain Stores

Cheshire-based steel frame building manufacturer, Graham Heath Construction, is pleased to announce that they are now including the installation of internal concrete flooring as part of their grain store construction process.  The business has over 20 years’ experience of manufacturing and erecting a wide selection of CE Marked agricultural buildings, with grain stores being one […]

A Project to be Proud of

Last week we completed this 100 x 40 x 16 agricultural building for a very happy customer in Buckinghamshire. We’re very proud to have worked on this project from conception through to completion, including the preparation of the site and the laying of concrete foundations. The steelwork has been spray painted with a green semi-gloss finish and […]

Creating the Perfect Grain Storage Solution

Planning for harvest is a continual cycle. You spend months preparing, sewing, growing and harvesting and then once it’s complete, the process must begin again.  With many crops taking 11 months to grow, it is essential that your hard work is supported with the perfect storage solution. There are many external factors that can affect […]

Eco-Buildings | Promoting Profitable Agriculture

Eco Buildings Renewable energy – promoting profitable agriculture with an Eco-Building Farmers have always depended upon the sun’s energy to grow their crops and to produce food. However, there are many additional benefits to be gained from the power of sun.  As the cost of conventional energy continues to escalate, solar power – the harnessing […]

Grain Store – Creating The Perfect Storage Solution

Planning for harvest is a lot like planning for Christmas. You spend months preparing, sewing, growing and harvesting and then once it’s complete, the process must begin again. With many crops taking some 11 months to grow, it is essential that all of that hard work is followed through by providing the perfect storage solution. […]

How to make money from your farm building

Running a farm sure isn’t cheap, and with energy bills constantly creeping up it’s no wonder farmers are looking for ways to run their farms more efficiently. Luckily there are lots of ways to not only save, but also make money as you spend it on your farm building.