Our client needed a new machinery shed that would be suitable for housing a variety of wide machinery.
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.
Size & Structure
24 m (W) x 64 m (L) x 6.7 m (H)
- Welded Web Truss
- Universal Beam Columns
- Zinc Cladding
- 6.0 metre Cantilever Awning
- 16 metre bays: 2 open front only, 1 drive through
Our Innovative Solution
- 16m bay openings for wide machinery – 3 off along the open side 1 drive through so that he could drive in with his planter on the tractor and drive back out the other side without unhitching or reversing.
- 6m cantilever awning for additional weather protection and to provide an undercover area to do machinery maintenance under.
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