- 12m span x 22.5 long giving 270m2 of ground floor area
- Five 4.5m wide bays with a 4.0m stud
- One 4.2m high x 4.9m wide roller shutter door in a gable end wall
- Two 3.5m high x 4.1m wide roller doors in one side wall
- Designed for a chain hoist to run along the length of the workshop
- Internal firewall along one side wall
- Mezzanine floor in one bay incorporating an office, lunchroom and parts room
JS Motors is a Morrinsville based business specialising in the repair and rebuild of tractors. Built in 2009, this is a great example of one of our very popular 12m span sheds used in an industrial situation.
- 12m span x 21m long giving 252m2 ground floor area
- Five 4.2m wide bays with a 4.1m stud
- Five 3.5m high x 3.6m wide roller doors with one positioned to give a "drive through" capability
- Internal Dividing Wall to form a separate "Lock Up" Bay
- Office/Lunch Room/Ablutions area with mezzanine storage above
- Internal walls lined with plywood
Tahuna dairy farmer Stephen Silcock has the distinction of being the very first person to walk into our Eureka office when we opened for business in 2005. After working through a number of different options Stephen settled on this design which was built in 2006. One of the features incorporated was to position two of the roller doors opposite each other forming a "drive through" capability.
- 6m wide centre module with a 3.8m high stud
- 4m wide lean-tos on each side with a 2.4m high stud
- Overall size is 14m x 14m which gives 196m2 of floor area
- Lockup workshop with both personal access and roller door access
- Woodshed built into one of the lean-to bays
An iconic old wooden barn had been on this site at Newstead for many years but had unfortunately reached the end of its useful life. It was decided that the new shed should acknowledge the previous sheds character, so this American Barn's design has an interesting combination of open bays and internal dividing walls. Built in 2007 it is well used and doing a great job.