Agricultural steel-framed building including steelwork, purlins, roof cladding, roof lights, rainwater goods and end cladding.
Please note that steel sizes/building specifications may vary depending on the location of your building & its local weather conditions.
To supply for erection on prepared site and concrete foundations, steel portal frame 6.096m (20`) centres with 305 x 165 x 40kg UB stanchions with web stiffeners and 254 x 146 x 31kg UB rafters with rafter stays.
Both gable frames to have 2 No. Gable Hangers, including CHS rafter and side bracing to one end bay, complete with CHS eaves ties.
All steelwork will be shot-blasted and painted with a red semi-oxide finish.
To supply 225 x 75 C16 graded tanalised timber purlins bolted to frame at 1.375m centres. Eaves beam to be 225 x 75 C16 graded tanalised timber.
To supply Profile 6 reinforced corrugated natural grey fibre cement sheets. Ridge to be alternating close fitting and ventilating crown cranked. Verges are to be finished with fibre cement barge boards.
Incorporate 40 No. 1.525m corrugated 2.40kg/m² GRP profile 6 roof lights in roof cladding positioned to suit customer’s requirements.
Eaves gutter to be 160 on the side with 2 No. 110mm Ø UPVC downpipes to each side. All gutters are to be UPVC with rubber sealed joints fixed to eaves beams with UPVC brackets at 1m intervals and UPVC down-pipe clips to stanchions.
Both gable ends are to be clad down to eaves level with 150 x 25 C16 graded tanalised Yorkshire boarding on 125 x 75 C16 graded tanalised timber sheeting rails.
These items incur extra charges – a Robinson’s Estimator will be able to provide you with pricing.
- For delivery cost of the building, please call Robinsons Estimators.
- Steelwork finish, galvanising as optional extra.
- Erection, Foundations and Concrete works can be offered to give you a full turnkey service.
- Planning and building warrant service available. Avoid the stress of arranging this by allowing us to handle it for you.
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