When all you want is a building – without any of the headaches involved in getting from groundworks to handover – G E White & Sons is the only name you need. Gary and Jason have built up an enviable reputation across the South East for the quality of their workmanship and the design and functionality of their buildings.
From grain store to stabling and from commercial unit to cold store, G E White & Sons offers the complete package, leaving you free to concentrate on running your business. Competitive pricing, a trusted workforce and a wealth of experience in the agricultural, equestrian and commercial building sectors make G E White & Sons the company to call.
Close links to other well-established contractors mean that G E White & Sons can offer a complete package, from field to finished building. Cook & Son Ltd provide an expert groundworks service, while United Grab Hire are on hand to provide concreting, all as part of the G E White & Sons team.
Gary Moore, who runs Cisswood Stables in Horsham, Surrey, wanted a company that could take on the task of building a new barn without any fuss, leaving him to look after 100 racehorses and 34 staff.
G E White & Sons handled the whole project and even reused old stable doors
The 26m by 24m hay store with 6m lean-to extension built for Lord Rufus Albemarle features custom cut Yorkshire boarding that allows flexible access from all sides of the building.
The galvanised steel barn has a fibre cement roof designed to take solar PV panels in the future.
The new cattle shed and yard built for James Wates, deputy chairman of construction giants Wates Group, at Field Place, Dunsfold, was, at the time, the biggest project to be managed from start to finish by G E White & Sons and measured 42m x 21m and 5.5m to the eaves.
HAY STORE FOR LORD RUFUS ALBEMARLE
The 26m by 24m hay store with 6m lean-to extension built for Lord Rufus Albemarle at Hurst Barns Farm, East Chiltington, features custom cut Yorkshire boarding that allows flexible access from all sides of the building. The galvanised steel barn has a fibre cement roof designed to take solar PV panels at some point in the future.