We recently provided two agricultural steel frame buildings for Cornwall Council at Predannack Manor in Mullion, Cornwall.
The two buildings were designed to mirror each other at the same site, as you can see below. The buildings are 150′ long (32.004m) by 40′ (12.192m) by 12′ 3.657m to the eaves. It also has a 5′ (1.524m) overhang on one side of the buildings. The roof is a Marley Eternit profile 6 fibre cement roof in a natural grey finish with a close fitting crown cranked ridge.
The building is clad with timber spaced Yorkshire boarding on both gable frames and one side of the building. Below the boarding there is a wall of dungboarding around the building. The overhang side of the building is left completely open for access. When the building is completed it will be used to house and feed cattle, this is commonly called a sleep and feed building. The customer who received the two buildings is now interested in purchasing another because of the excellent quality he received!