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.
When you’re building on a large scale, a common decision to be made is that between using wood and using steel for the framing of a building. Unfortunately, there is no clear cut answer which determines which is the superior choice. Instead, the decision should be weighed on a number of different criteria, which you’re […]
In the world of farming, steel framed buildings are a common sight. Providing a solid, large structure, which is affordable and quick to erect, it’s no surprise that the demand for steel framed constructions persists. With many farmers requiring custom builds while looking to keep costs to a minimum, it’s understandable that a large number […]
Graham Heath Construction is a family-run business that has more than 18 years experience manufacturing & erecting steel framed buildings. Over the years, we have been responsible for more than 7,000 projects across a wide range of applications for customers from various agricultural, industrial and equestrian businesses. Our scope of different constructions illustrates the numerous uses […]
In just about every corner of society, people are becoming increasingly concerned with the environmental impact that their lives have. This is not only becoming apparent in the lives of individuals, but also of businesses whose carbon footprints can sometimes be colossal. One common step which people are taking to reduce the impact they have on […]
One of the first things you need to consider when you begin to think about setting up a business is your premises. The kind of building you use for your operations is extremely important, but this is particularly so when your business is practically based. Thinking specifically about an MOT centre or a workshop of […]
Biomass power has a key role in the UK’s energy generation policy and in April 2014, new biomass regulations are set to be introduced which will have a far reaching impact across the country. For farmers who currently receive subsidies for generating energy using ‘green’ methods, this legislation will mean they need to prove that […]