Dairy Business Development Manager
Graham joined Calder Stewart Dairy Barn Systems to help dairy farmers achieve their goals through smart building. Graham has extensive experience in all things rural, with a background in livestock advertising, dairy breeding and rural supplies. Graham farms in North Canterbury.
As a Project Manager for Calder Stewart Industries and backed by over 33 years experience in commercial construction and project management, Kelvin leads the way in organising and running multiple projects, ensuring clients are listened to, expectations are met and projects are delivered on time, on budget and to a high quality.
Southland / Otago
Shane has been working with Calder Stewart for over a decade and is an experienced and well-respected project manager. With the favourite part of his job being customer satisfaction and seeing a project well-done, Shane's role in Dairy Barn Systems ensures every piece of the journey is smooth and the end result is one of excellence.
As a dairy farm owner born and bred in the Ashburton District and an impressive 24 year history with Calder Stewart, Donald knows a thing or two about farming and the challenges that come with it. Donald prides himself on the long-standing partnerships he's built over the years which are a reflection to his dedication to his job.
We bring a team of experts to the table with each Dairy Barn System. Designed by dedicated in-house engineers and overseen by an experienced project planning team, we work hard to deliver your dairy shed on schedule and on budget. With Calder Stewart you benefit from an end-to-end process, supported by key partnerships to ensure your Dairy Barn System is fitted with modern, state-of-the-art dairy technology. Key partnerships include ANZ to facilitate the finance of a build, and GEA to outfit each shed with all the bells and whistles.
When Bruce Stewart and his business partner embarked on a business venture together back in 1955 they did so on the back of a staunch work ethic and a belief in traditional values. Today, despite having grown from a two-man operation into a multi-million dollar company with offices right around the country, those same principles underpin everything we do. From day one we’ve blended an innovative, entrepreneurial mindset with a practical, hands-on understanding of construction and the industries we serve.
Over the years we’ve remained true to our roots, resisting calls to relocate our headquarters from the rural community of Milton in which it was founded, and taking considerable pride in the enduring relationships we share with New Zealand’s dairy farmers. While our skills have evolved and the scope of the projects we work on has increased, we continue to pour our heart and soul into the agricultural sector. Dairy Barn Systems reflect that commitment, providing the opportunity for farmers all over the country to future-proof their businesses and set themselves up for ongoing, sustainable success.