AB Agri given keys to new offices
3 September 2008 00:00 in Veterinary Supplier News
AB Agri has announced the opening of its brand new three-story office buildings.
The 22,264 square foot building is situated at Peterborough Busines Park and the keys were handed over to AB Agri project manager Tim Porter by managing director of Frenbury Developments Wally French last week.
Locally-based David Turnock Architects designed the building to be environmentally-friendly and in line with the company's corporate social responsibility ethos.
"The entire project was built from recyclable materials incorporating several measures to make it as energy efficient as possible," AB Agri said.
The company added the building will be its international head office, with 150 members of staff set to move into the new premises from the current Oundle Road office during the first three weeks of the month.
In April 2008, AB Agri announced that Belfast-based John Thompson and Sons had agreed to purchase its feed-milling business at Knockmore, Lisburn.
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