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The team within Robinsons Structural Steelwork have used their specialist skills in manufacturing and construction to become one of the go-to contractors working on Distillery projects throughout the UK.

Our team have been involved in several complicated builds where their knowledge and expertise has helped companies within the industry expand their operations for the future. These projects have helped our team become specialists in the creation of distilleries and mean we have quickly become a go-to for brands looking to expand or begin their distillery operations!

We have worked with various household names to improve their operations throughout the U.K. Projects have included extensive work with Bruichladdich, Rémy Cointreau; a bonded warehouse, roof-raising project and visitor centre for family-owned Kilchoman, founded in 2005 by Anthony Wills; a bonded warehouse for the Isle of Raasay distillery, the first legal distillery on the island and a host of other companies within the sector. Robinsons Structural Steelwork has certainly become accustomed to the technical requirements for working within this sector when it comes to providing the structural steelwork, cladding and erection aspects of projects.


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