Being a rural contractor, the client had loads of wide machinery that he needed to store in the shed. The design of the shed required double width 16 metre bays to make the space very accessible and versatile. The client also needed bays for trucks and narrow machinery. This resulted in two 8 metre bays at one end of the building. One of the single bays had two openings to allow a truck to drive through. This enabled the client to drive in and out with a road train without unhitching or reversing.
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