Commercial shed construction

 

Commercial shed construction

 

Design and construction of your complete commercial shed building process
Asset Building systems’ custom design and construct structural commercial sheds across NSW. There is a wide range of uses for Commercial Sheds, ranging from commercial warehouses, commercial storage, manufacturing facilities, showrooms with cold-storage or warehousing out the back, packing and processing sheds and much more.

Often when planning for a new commercial shed, there is little idea of what’s actually involved, so below is a brief outline.

The development application time (council) for large building projects is often 6-18 months, after which the fabrication, earthworks and construction begins. It is recommended to look forward 2 years when planning out your new facilities. Of course, if you are lucky and the council approves it fast, you could have it designed and built within 6-12 months.

Asset Building System's "turn-key" design & construct shed-building service can quote a fixed price to take your new commercial shed from design to completion with minimal time or stress on your part. We are willing to work with you to achieve the outcome you require, and we are flexible on the scope of the project. Works can include:

​✔ Commercial shed design
Design is very important and will impact the quality of the building process and the finished result. Asset Building can collaborate with you to design the facilities and storage areas to suit your business’s needs.

✔ Commercial shed engineering
Asset Building can use their expertise and experience to achieve efficient engineering for your commercial shed and the building process, to save you time and money.

✔ External and civil works
The civil excavation and concreting works are commonly a larger project than the commercial building itself

✔ Main Steel Framed Industrial Shed Construction
The construction process of the main shed includes accurately locating and setting out the shed on the block, pouring footings and concrete slab, putting the shed frame together on the ground and sheeting it.
✔ Internal Works
It is common for a commercial shed design to have the offices in the front and the manufacturing/warehousing facilities out the back. The office block can be as basic or as smart as you need, also with various options for the façade.

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