The purpose-built, high-capacity 40,000 sq. ft. factory is strategically located to service the fast-expanding market for timber, with immediate access to main transport links. The high-bay production facility also includes a modern office block that houses a boardroom, canteen and storage facilities. It was originally completed in a 32 week period.

Robertson Timber Engineering facility

Specialist production facilities

Specialist equipment includes: an oversized joist-cutting saw that lets Robertson Timber Engineering buy material in bulk and cut to length as required; three computer numerical control optimiser saws; a highly efficient dust extraction system; side loaders and forklift trucks; a Weinmann automated timber framing line; full-span overhead cranage; and 70,000 sq. ft. of external storage space.

The specialised equipment and tools, combined with our dedicated and experienced workforce, allow for the safe and efficient production of precision-engineered timber.

Robertson Timber Engineering team

 

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