Industrial Sheds NSW
Design & Construction Specialists
The use and application of industrial sheds is extensive and spans all industries, with warehouses, storage sheds, factories, manufacturing facilities, retail showrooms with warehousing, packing and process, and many other applications.
The planning process for industrial sheds can be very long and difficult, so we recommend you discuss your project with experts before starting.
Well, how would you feel if..
- You have paid tens of thousands for engineering and design..only to realize you have to throw it away and start again to save overall cost?
- You have started your project, all cost budgeted.. and suddenly discover that there's an extra $200K of earthworks you weren't expecting? (Yes, this has actually happened!)
- Building the project has taken so much time over the last 6 months, managing multiple trades and complications, that your business is suffering, and you realize you're only half-way through?
Asset Building has the solution: Turn-key projects.
Our specialty lies in project managing full "package deals" to give you one point of contact, no hidden costs, access to professionals that can work with you to plan out and build your project from design to completion, with no hassles and all for a fixed price contract up-front.
Asset took care of the whole project inclusive of Council approval, digging the footings, and providing the concrete, crane and scissor lift hire. All I had to do was pick up the keys when the job was done. The shed looks great, it was built on time and within budget. I would recommend Asset Building Systems to any one, a great honest company to deal with. - JASON C.
I was thoroughly impressed with Asset's professionalism, care and due diligence on providing the required safety information, communication on project progress and managing an install at an operating site with numerous challenges. - SCOTT M.
The council approval time for some complex building sites can be 6-18 months, plus time to fabricate steel, organize earthworks, and construction time. So, if you're creating a 3-year plan for your business, the shed planning should start around two years before you need the shed. Of course, if you happen to strike lucky and get through council fast, you may be able to have the shed designed and built within 6-12 months.
Asset Building System's "turn-key" design & construct industrial sheds' building service can quote a fixed price to take your new industrial 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:
✔ Industrial sheds design
Design is the beginning of the process, and is very important. Asset Building can work with you on this to design the shed and facilities to suit your business needs. If you’re interested in getting the best ‘bang for your buck’, ask about our “budget-fit” building option. Our estimators can work with you to plan the shed to get the most amount of shed space within your budget.
✔ Industrial sheds engineering
The engineering for a shed can make the difference of thousands of dollars to your pocket, starting with the cost of the engineering and then the cost of the actual shed building process (both of steel used and the style of construction). Asset Building has the experience and expertise to offer you an efficient shed engineering and building process to save you time and money.
✔ External and civil works
The external/civil/concreting works can often be a bigger project than the shed itself, with multiple different factors to take into consideration and prepare for, including the groundwork, excavation, concrete slab preparation and pouring, plumbing for the offices and shed, electrical, and more. Asset Building has assisted multiple business owners with the project management of Industrial buildings to save mistakes, time and hassle.
When the entire shed building process is managed by Asset, this helps to ensure less mistakes are made and that all external and internal works will fit in with the shed construction process to minimize delays and costly variations.
✔ Main Steel Framed Industrial Sheds Construction
The main shed construction process includes setting out the shed location accurately, pouring footings and internal slab (if the internal slab is managed by Asset), making the shed frame on the ground and sheeting it on the ground for OHS safety and efficiency, lifting the shed roof with a crane, then sheeting the walls. If you need fire-rated walls due to the shed’s proximity to the property edge, we have tilt-panel and speed-panel walls available as options. Then the gutters and downpipes get connected, roller doors installed and locks get put on the doors to get the shed to lock-up stage.
✔ Internal Works
A very common industrial shed design is to have offices at the front of the shed with reception and the warehouse/factory section out the back. These offices can be as basic as you need, or as flashy as you want. Asset can offer help with the office design and fitout, including the glazing/windows, carpet and air-conditioning. Every industrial/commercial shed is required to have amenities and toilets, which can also be arranged by Asset.
Industrial Sheds & Buildings completed
Commercial Warehouse/Shed for Griffith Feed & Grain
Griffith Feed and grain Industrial Shed with offices - This project involved Asset’s ‘turn-key’ construction process, managing the project from the start to the finish, beginning with Excavation & removal of excess soil, then footings & concrete floor along with construction of the main frame, sheeting & storm water connection.
Asset Building also managed the construction of the offices inside the shed, along with setting up the Shed for operations, with data points and electrical wiring.
Excellent job - the shed's gold, I've received a lot of positive comments about it. "
Industrial Storage Shed with front offices
Industrial Shed Offices View inside
Industrial Shed Storage Area
Industrial Shed Warehouse Office Front
Industrial Warehouse Shed Storage Area
Industrial shed warehouse storage concrete floor
Site before starting
The planning process of the extension involved two of Asset's project consultants going on-site to measure up and have a look at what the options were and what could be done with the building. The existing Industrial Sheds were built with a specific design and with UB (Universal Beam) upright steel posts and roof rafters painted red. The design involved having both the structure and the colours match in with the existing shed to enable the most consistent construction result. This was achieved with our project consultants working in with engineers and designers to achieve the best structural design for cost effectiveness and also to match the existing shed.
After steel fabrication in our Griffith workshop, the steel materials were delivered to site, with our experienced team of riggers working to put together the shed frame and lift it into position with cranes, fitting it to the existing industrial shed while trying to keep the minimum disturbance to the business operations, as the business was continuing to produce product while the Asset building team was working there.
Frames and sheeting
Once the steel frames were up and the safety mesh was on, our workers and a team of specialist roofers came in and laid the sheeting on the roof, in difficult rainy and icy weather conditions.
Once complete, this industrial shed extension looks just like part of the existing building, with a complete match of construction shape, materials, and colour.
Site before Construction of Industrial Sheds Extension
Top view of Framing on Industrial Shed Extension
View from Street of Shed Extension construction
Inside view of Finished Industrial Shed/Warehouse extension
Industrial Warehouse/Factory Extension finished
Industrial Shed/Warehouse building in Wagga
In March 2015, Asset commenced the construction of a 52x23x7m Joinery Industrial Shed for a Wagga Wagga-based joinery company.
We were able to work with the customer on flexible building requirements, to build their new warehouse the way they wanted it, and extend the room of their current warehouse so they could expand their operations. This new structure joined into their existing structure to allow for easy access between buildings.
Asset built the Shed/Warehouse section from hot-dip galvanized UB Columns, with gal web trusses, supplying the engineering, fabrication and installation of the entire back area. This included excavation, concrete supply, crane and access equipment supply.
The Shed frame was built on the ground and the roof sheeted, then erected by a triple crane lift. Adaptive interiors then built the front offices and facade.
Industrial workshop shed, Griffith NSW
Griffith City Council built their new vehicle workshop in 2016, at 32-24 Jensen Road, Griffith NSW. The project was a massive undertaking that involved demolition of the existing shed, clearing the ground, excavating a very large pit for the underground workshop and then erecting the Workshop shed, Mezzanine and offices on top.
Once the groundworks and concreting were done by others, Asset Building was involved in building the Industrial Shed/Workshop structure. This included the main shed frame and sheeting which was 48.6m x 14.4m, with a section that is 26m wide, totalling 916sqm of space, plus a mezzanine floor, internal dividing wall and windows and doors.
With an excellent truck pit, offices and mezzanine, this Industrial truck workshop is superbly placed to provide for the council’s servicing needs into the future.