Suckling Stringer's agricultural client base has been developed with extensive input from farmers, farm managers, stockmen and advisers from the South Island region. From stock facilities to homesteads, Suckling Stringer has worked on every kind of agricultural project, and recognises that every rural client's individual needs and challenges must be put first and can differ significantly from metropolitan projects.
Suckling Stringer has worked on agricultural developments throughout New Zealand, Australia, and even Antarctica. The company’s expertise in working with out-of-the-way and precarious rural sites has enabled the team to ensure any project, no matter how difficult or remote, can be delivered.
Over the years, Suckling Stringer has built strong relationships with a number of contractors, meaning the company can give all clients competitive pricing.
Suckling Stringer's experience includes cattle yards, stock sheds, covered yards, toxic material storage facilities, homesteads, manager’s houses, farm accommodation, shearers quarters, cottages, and alterations on both new and heritage buildings.