Cervus Equipment broke ground on a new 28,000 square foot facility in Hanna on Sept. 19, reports the Hanna Herald.
“This has been a long time coming,” Director of Operations for Cervus in Western Canada Sheldon Gellner, told the paper.
He said years ago there were seven agriculture dealerships in Hanna, Alta., noting many have shut down or closed over the years. The building would eventually provide more services, a cold storage facility and a new level of efficiency and safety, Gellner said, and it would be Cervus’s most energy efficient building to date.
The building is expected to be completed within 12-months, in late 2018.
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