History of Graham Heath Construction
Graham Heath Construction has been supplying steel framed buildings for over 18 years for our Agricultural, Industrial and Equestrian customers. In our relatively short history We have designed and constructed over 7000 buildings in this time and stand by the quality of build. As a family run business and farmers by trade, our understanding of what is expected and required from agricultural, equestrian and industrial building is at the heart of our core values.
Graham, 42, is originally from a farming background. In his youth he worked as an erector of farm buildings. In the early days, Graham found that he could not get the buildings from suppliers fast enough. So successful was his operation that the supply of raw materials could not keep pace. It was slowing the erection of the buildings. Keen to remedy this and protect his reputation Graham decided to design and manufacture his own buildings.
In December of 2003 Graham Heath Construction was incorporated. Before long Graham and his team found that the supply of concrete panels and blocks was also failing to keep base with their scale of production and thus in 2009 Concrete Panel Systems was born. Graham now has full control over the design, supply and manufacture of every stage of his award winning buildings. Since then CPS & GHC has become one of the largest agricultural and equestrian building producers in the UK, priding ourselves on quality, value and durability.
As a family run business and farmers by trade, our understanding of what is expected and required from agricultural, equestrian and industrial building is at the heart of our core values. Based in rural Cheshire, we produce a range of concrete panels and concrete bricks that come in standardised and bespoke sizes. We operate a nationwide delivery service and onsite collections. If you want to deal with a company that understands your needs and will deliver the same great service, no matter how big or small your project, get in touch today by calling 01270 781158.
Posted on 26/05/2014 by GH Construction