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Case Study

Allan’s Sheep Shed

Type of building: Agricultural
Contract Period: 2021

Project Details

Allan’s family approached us to create a building for his sheep and to deliver this project in time for the lambing season to begin. Allan ordered his building in the latter part of 2020 and we were able to meet his requirements and deliver this to him in January 2021 in time for lambing season to start.

The building was 12m x 9m x 2.5m. The installation included cladding which needed to go all the way to the ground, with a sliding door at one end, both of which were in Forest Green and Natural Grey fibre cement roof sheets. All the steelwork for this building had a galvanised finish. This ensures the steelwork withstands all weather conditions and is long-lasting. The purlins, sheeting rails and eaves beams were timber.

We love the finishing touches Allan and his family gave to this building – especially the sign!

We hope Allan and his sheep have had a successful lambing season.

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