BUILT FOR YOU
Asset Building takes a customer-focused approach to the shed building process. When you choose Asset, we work with you to design the Shed, extension or awning around your specific needs. We usually work with companies in the Industrial/Commercial market, which spans industries as diverse as manufacturing, food processing, warehousing, air & aerial services, and educational facilities, through to heavy industrial sectors such as mining companies.
What's usually involved in building / setting up an Industrial Shed
Many options with mezzanine flooring. From steel-built options which allow extra storage in a warehousing/manufacturing situation, to a stud-wall solution, which allows for offices to be built underneath at the same time as utilizing the space up the top for goods/stock.
Usually linked with mezzanine flooring, stairways are an important part of the building (obviously you've got to access the space up the top!) and have many options of how they're built.
Most useful for mechanic workshops, large companies that service their own vehicles or even government enterprises (like Griffith City Council's truck workshop built by Asset), pits can be built into the floor of the shed to allow for vehicle maintenance.
Important for most businesses, this area is especially important to companies that have a sales arm attached to their manufacturing/warehousing solution and need good space to work from.
The electrical components of an industrial shed are important to plan for and get right. All buildings need lighting and basic electricity, but it is especially important for a manufacturing enterprise, with the power needs of automated machinery and other plant. If Asset is involved on a turn-key basis, we will be thinking of all the factors and bringing them together so that the key elements aren't missed, for instance forgetting to put the power into the slab or walls as it is built.
For most businesses, floor coatings in a shed is unnecessary but for mechanical or other messy work involving possible oil or chemical stains, it is a good idea to incorporate this into the planning to protect your floor long-term.
Especially important for steel, automobile and other manufacturing environments involving large heavy items, Gantry cranes should be planned for from the beginning, as the price will change with these installed.