Back in March 2018, almost 1 year ago, some of the team made a visit to one of our valued customers; Bidlea Dairy in Holmes Chapel. We shared a blog post about that visit here, but today we wanted to share an update on the project, because it’s come a LONG way since last year. When […]
One of our most recent customers, Equestrian Surfaces; a manufacturer of all weather riding surfaces for equestrian use, asked us for an Indoor Riding Arena for their customer, Marwood Arena. Marwood Arena is run by Sarah Tubbs, who recently achieved her Level 4 Coaching Certification. Sarah wanted this brand Indoor Riding Arena to be the […]
G E White & Sons are one of Graham Heath Construction’s top agents and team of erectors, based down in the South East, with over 50 years’ experience erecting steel framed buildings throughout the agricultural, equestrian and even commercial industries. When one of the leading racehorse trainers, Gary Moore, approached their team for a new […]
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 […]
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 […]
We recently announced the completion of one of our biggest projects to date, a 1000m sq. industrial biomass boiler housing unit and wood chip store at logistics giant, Eddie Stobart’s, Widnes site.
Graham Heath Construction has been selected by logistics giants, Eddie Stobart to build a large-scale industrial unit that will house a new biomass-boiler and woodchip store for the environmentally focused business.
The renewable heating industry has been warned that the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is expected to end on 1st April 2016. This means that it’s effectively now or never for any business or individual looking to secure the highly lucrative RHI payments for the next 20 years.