The client wanted to add to their existing portfolio of industrial buildings with a new, high spec steel framed building, which they would let out.
Steel Building Projects
An extension to the existing building was required to accommodate agricultural plant and machinery and provide shelter for sheep and lambs. The existing building as built by us in December 2014.
Watch the video of this steel building for storage being erected. This is an active project and further updates will be posted very soon.
We originally built a new barn for Jonathon Flint in 2010. Then in 2012, he contacted us about upgrading it to use as a grain store with drying floor.
In 2015, we oversaw an office/showroom project for Mainline Mouldings, which offers one of the widest ranges of quality picture frame mouldings and picture framing supplies in the UK.
In September 2013, Chris Daynes from Mainline Mouldings asked for our help after another customer, Sandicliffe Ford, in Loughborough, recommended us.
For this steel building with vented side cladding, the requirement was to carry out the build over several years. The building has been extended twice since the first 5 bays were built.
A new steel building for agricultural use was required by Mr Covington of Stonesby. An area of farmland was available where suitable access could be constructed.
To establish a new steel building for cattle, to house loose bedded cattle. This would be an extension and modernisation to the existing setup, with the potential to develop a new milking parlour in the future.
Located in an area of trees, this building needed to fit into the environment as well as being aware of the implications the trees could have on the building.