Buckfast Tonic Wine, Weyhill

Project Info

  • Construction Date

    December 2016

  • Category

    Commercial & Industrial

  • Value


  • Duration

    35 weeks

Overview of the Project

The project was the design and construction of a distribution warehouse in Weyhill. In addition to the new warehouse a covered way was also required, connecting the existing building to the new. Additional office space and testing facilities were also included in the construction of the two-storey building.

History of the Company

Buckfast Tonic Wine was first introduced in the 1880s and is a caffeinated fortified wine originally made by monks at Buckfast Abbey in Devon, England, now made under a licence granted by the monastery, and distributed by J. Chandler & Company in the United Kingdom and Richmond Marketing Ltd in Ireland.