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Case Study

Mr Yates, East Logan Farm

Location: Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway
Type of building: Livestock Building

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Project Details

A local agricultural calf shed, for this particular project we helped our customer design a more suitable shed for his farm, and we supplied and erected this building. Our skilled concrete division also had the pleasure of supplying the high-quality concrete floor and slatted tank for the customer, which gave them the opportunity to show off their clean work, meanwhile taking all the pressure off the customer to arrange several different contractors to complete the shed. We worked closely with our partner FarmFit who supplied the Agritubel Yokes. Our team have successfully created a new and improved area for this farmer’s calves, allowing them a better quality of life.

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Completed on time to very high standards!

“Robinsons were so helpful from start to finish and our building has increased the productivity of our farm and was completed on time to very high standards.”

Michael Yates
East Logan Farm

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