Functional, innovative and
efficient grain handling sites
and Electrical Systems
With more than 25 years’ experience in engineering and project management, Allied Grain Systems is at the forefront of the design, construction and installation of commercial grain handling and storage facilities.
Our highly skilled team provides standalone design, project management and installation services, or a full conception-to-completion experience for all civil, structural, mechanical and electrical components.
Across upgrades, expansions and complete new-builds, we aim to provide technically sound, practical solutions that are safe, accurate and easy to operate.
From bulk storage silos to mill systems and container loading sites, our experience will ensure the best outcome for your project. Allied Grain Systems is a two-time winner of the Bulk Handling Facility of theYear Award (2007 and 2015), including the Riverland Oilseeds facility at Numurkah, Victoria.
Experienced and knowledgeable, the Allied Grain Systems team is suitably qualified to help identify the best system components to suit your requirements. We work with our clients to understand their specific needs in order to help recommend the best solutions to maximise system capacities and efficiencies.
Rest assured our team will nurture your project from design and development through to construction. Our design team offering 3D drafting, detailed design, engineering design services and engineering certification.
Construction & Installation
Allied Grain Systems offers a commissioning and programming service to ensure your system is set up to your specific requirements. For added convenience, we also organise certification of all civil and structural steel work done in line with the relevant standards using external consultants. Electrical works are certified by the installing contractor.
Upgrading, expanding or
building a new grain handling facility?
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