Cameron Scott and Andy Lewis Technical Sales Managers

The two will capitalise on the capacity and productivity of our recently refurbished factory in Seaham to grow our business with key clients across the UK.  

Significant investment has been made at the 40,000 sq ft facility, including an innovative suite of automated machinery. 

timber engineering capacity

Cameron Scott explained that “the quality of Robertson Timber Engineering’s products is something I can really get behind, while the sustainability and strength of the Robertson business provides a stable platform for growth that presents an exciting opportunity.” 

The modernised Seaham facility builds on our existing manufacturing base in Elgin. Together, they provide high quality timber products for housebuilders and the wider construction industry. They offer the largest available capacity in the UK and can handle virtually any size of project from the far north to the south coast. 

Barry Armstrong, Robertson Timber Engineering Sales Director, said:  

“I’m delighted to be welcoming Andy and Cameron to Robertson Timber Engineering. They have a huge amount of experience and a wealth of contacts, and will play a key role in helping us grow our business.” 

“These are exciting times in our industry. The market is now looking favourably towards timber frame and off-site construction. We have the capacity and structure in place to support that. With our extended team we are looking to reinstate our position as the UK's go-to timber engineering contractor.”  

 

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