All of our large sheds are custom designed to our clients needs. They’re fabricated in Kyneton, Victoria by local workers and are engineered on a per job basis.
You can get a sense for the range of farm sheds we’ve built and their rough cost estimates below:
Average Cost: $76,345.
Our dairy sheds include rotary milking sheds, loafing barns, covers, calfing sheds and any other dairy shed you might require.
Average Cost: $130,062.
Our grain sheds range significantly in size, from the enormous hundred-metre grain sheds for Riordan near Geelong, to small farm grain sheds that cost less than $75,000.
Average Cost: $60,712.
We’ve built over 300 hay sheds around Australia. Our customers return because of our galvanised frames, our superior strength, and our down to earth communication. We got or start in hay sheds and we love working with farmers.
Average Cost: $74,267.
Protecting your machinery is as important as the machinery itself. We ensure that your shed is purpose built to cover the area you need it to.
Average Cost: $500,000 – $2,000,000
Saleyards are often extremely large, communal buildings. We have built the Hamilton saleyards and the Ballarat saleyards, with more currently in progress.
Average Cost: $59,714.
We have built shearing sheds to accommodate all kinds of internal set ups. With strength, durability and usability our focus, Central Steel Build sheds are perfect for shearing operations.
Average Cost: $67,730.
Covering your livestock is essential to their health and well-being. We’ve built hundreds of yard covers and have detailed experience with a range of livestock, from pigs through to goats.
Fitting A Horse Arena Into An Existing Garden
We pride ourselves in making sturdy, reliable structures that will match all of your needs and your expectations. We often build structures in areas that are already very beautiful spaces and part of what we do it working out the best way to make our structure fit in.
We visited a client recently to check up on their riding arena. The beautiful plants and greenery were already there when we installed this project. We planned around them and tried to install the building in a way that made use of them.
It came out fantastically, and the building and plants look like they had always been planned together. It’s always a pleasure to see a building look as great as this.
The Central Bullet – July/August 2018
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