Cheshire-based Construction Company, 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.
Eddie Stobart is committed to improving its carbon footprint, recently winning an environment award and rolling out energy efficiency projects for its group buildings throughout the UK. As such, it was vital that they chose a business that they could trust to build their latest Widnes-based project, which required drawings to be followed by the book and every specification to be met.
Having been invited to tender for the 1000m sq. industrial biomass boiler-housing unit, Graham Heath Construction fought off stiff competition to successfully win the bid, easily demonstrating their capability of constructing and completing large scale industrial buildings. Work will now start on the building with immediate effect.
Founder, Graham Heath, comments: “We are extremely pleased to be selected by arguably one of the UK’s biggest and most successful businesses, to create an industrial unit that is helping them to build a better Britain from an environmental perspective. We believe this is down to our experience, reputation, quality product and competitive price and we will now be going out of our way to ensure that we carry the job out to the very best of our ability.”
Graham Heath Construction has run its successful, nationwide business from its site in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, for many years. Providing agricultural, equestrian and industrial industries with everything from a multitude of steel framed buildings and concrete panels to stabling of all requirements.