Building to the future an enquiry was accepted to erect a grain structure with solar panels covering the roof of the building. Accepted in October 2014, over 3000 tonnes of stone was put down to level up the ground for further development. We were the principle contractor for this project which now is erected with concrete panels and cladding.
Size: 18.288m x 27.423 (6 No. 4.572m bays) x 4.877m to eaves. 60'0" x 90'0" (6 No. 15'0" bays) x 16'0" to eaves
A unique construction consisting of a curved roof of fibre cement sheeting to replicate the original dilapidated structure, along with galvanised steelwork, mordent wash and the roof was painted black due to this being the desired finish. Roof ventilators to relate to the old style curved barns of the area. A key strength from the design is that the Low maintenance corrugated roofing solution with fibre cement sheeting does not rust, rot or corrode and is resistant to chemical contact.
This is a general purpose building, suitable for machinery or hay / straw storage. The building features fibre cement roofing with clear sheets to the roof, ventilating crown sheets and Yorkshire boarding. The steel structure has been hot dipped galvanised to ensure longevity. The building is designed to accept lean- to structures to each side elevation in the future.
A Hay Barn built for the Ernest Cook Trust in Leicestershire. The Trust actively encourages children and young people to learn from the land through hands-on educational opportunities on its estates and by offering grants.
Location: Kirk Langley
This is a commercial facility with insulated composite steel sheeting, incorporating double skin translucent rooflights, insulated sectional overhead doors, and part mezzanine floor to create offices to one end.
Size: 16.172m x 30.48m (5 No. 6.096m bays) x 5.91m to eaves
53'0'' x 100'0'' (5 No. 20'0'' bays) x 19'6'' to eaves
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