G E White & Sons offers a full range of steel-framed buildings for all commercial uses. With a skilled in-house team and a range of trusted suppliers to call on, the company can tackle any challenge and deliver the right building at the right price at the right time.
From groundworks to final fit-out, G E White & Sons has the knowledge and expertise to deliver the whole project so that it can begin contributing to your bottom line as soon as possible.
G E White & Sons has helped Mark Vickers transform a44-acre site that once housed stables into a thriving commercial centre at Kilmarnock Farm.
The team has refurbished many of the 20 units on the site, stripping out asbestos, insulating the buildings to modern standards and generally bringing them up to date, while also building two new units from scratch. “They’ve done a brilliant job,” said Mark, whose family has owned the farm since 1950. “They are always at the end of the phone and they have overseen the whole project from start to finish.”
G E White & Sons took responsibility for the whole project when Pevensey farmer Ivan Massow was looking for a quality dual-use building for storage and stabling.
The 120ft by 40ft building, complete with cantilever, has sliding doors and is finished with castle boarding.
Fred Heppelthwaite turned to G E White & Sons when he needed two identical multi-purpose buildings, each 100ft by 40ft with a 5’ cantilever, at George’s Yard, Harefield, near Uxbridge.
The brief was for flexible buildings that could be used for both cattle and stabling – and Fred knew where to go. “Gary and his team have a knack of understanding exactly what we need and delivering an adaptable, bespoke solution,” said Fred. “We’ve used him for years, both for new buildings and for repair and maintenance.”
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.