NEW Agricultural building in Hertfordshire – Case Study

The client:

Trevor Newland


Theobalds Manor, Hertfordshire.

Building type:

Agricultural Building

Building type:

100′ X 50′ X 20′


Earlier this year Trevor Newland from Theobalds Manor in Hertfordshire contacted us for a quote on a new steel frame building. He required a new building on one of his sites for agricultural use.

Trevor has been a developer for 47 years and specialises in rental property for domestic and commercial use.

We designed, manufactured, and supplied Trevor with a 100’ x 50’ x 20’ Agricultural building with a Box Profile .7 Roof which included 20 Sky Lights, Castle Board side cladding and 90mm thick Concrete Panels to a height of 2m. Concrete Panels Supplied by Concrete Panel Systems.

Why did you choose Graham Heath Construction?

Trevor contacted us after being recommend Graham Heath Construction by a friend.

Trevor, comments:    “It has been a delight to work with Graham Heath Construction and everyone concerned is to be congratulated. Graham Heath construction gave us a speedy, efficient, and knowledgeable service with good value for money. If we had this attitude nationally, we would soon be out of trouble!”

Thank-you to Trevor taking the time to give us some feedback and we hope to work with him again soon.

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