This stunning equestrian complex is shining example of just how excellently a project can come together.
An absolute dream of a facility. After we build the indoor and stable area, the client decked it out with timber interiors. It looks exceptional.
To find out more about combined stable & indoor complexes, download the brochure for our brand new line of combination stable/arenas.
DOWNLOAD: Attached stables & indoors.
8 Steps to Building Your New Shed
Begin your journey… Hand all your headaches over to us and relax! Sit down with our industry specialists so we can fully discover what you have in mind, what you need and what will work best for you. Discuss with us how to bring all this together.
2. Site Survey/ Inspection
A free on-site inspection and survey to assess the proposed location, and address any aspects that may become an issue later on, such as site access, drainage etc.
3. Design and Planning
Our team of qualified designers and engineers go to work to create the shed that will exceed your requirements, while considering climate, location, budget and existing property layout.
4. Building Permits and Approvals
As a registered builder, we offer to take care of your building permit at no extra charge! This service is only applicable for rural and domestic buildings.
Here the finer details of each individual component are finalised, drawn up and sent off to be laser cut for fast and accurate manufacture.
Your shed hits the factory as our welders set to work manufacturing trusses/columns/etc. Our workshop is the pride of our team, due to extensive LEAN training and principle implementation. Visit the workshop any time of day and you’ll find everything clean, orderly and safe. This enables fabrication to run smoothly and to schedule.
Teamwork is the keyword when your shed is transported and ready for installation on-site. Our experienced installation teams work together closely to ensure your shed is erected quickly and safely.
8. Hand over
For you this is the start of forever after, because we build our sheds to last. Using only the highest quality Australian steel and components, our team is one of the most experienced in Victoria. Our workshop is set up with cutting edge machinery and manufacturing processes. On top of that, you’re in safe hands, because we stand by our work. We offer a 12 month structural and workmanship guarantee.
You can trust us… we’ve done this before.
5 Technologies That Farmers Will Soon Depend On
As technology becomes a larger part of agriculture, what will be changing and which technologies will be integral to modern farming? We take a look:
Drones are becoming more affordable and more advanced by the month, with many companies starting up that cater specifically to agricultural markets. The above drone, for example, is able to scan chlorophyll levels of crops for wine growers.
Agricultural bots, or ‘AgBots’, are being used to automate processes around the farm.
The ladybird AgBot, which is currently only a prototype, moves around crops, detected and exterminates weeds and scans & stores images of crops. It’s able to count flowers and fruit as it passes them. It’s also entirely solar powered.
Telematics allow farmers to keep track of entire fleets of vehicles and machinery in real-time, keeping an eye on fuels levels, malfunction and wear.
Although modern machines are coming out with these functions built in, there are also ‘aftermarket’ solutions that allow farmers to adapt their existing resources.
4. RFID Technology.
RFID tech has long been employed when keeping track of livestock, but the technology is being advanced to other kinds of resources too.
A hay harvester has been developed that tags individual bales of hay, allowing you to keep track of when they were harvest, their moisture levels & their nutrition.
5. High Throughput Plant Phenotyping.
Advances in sensors and scanning technologies is allowing farmers to keep a closer eye on large numbers of plant phenotypes. This means that it becomes much more economical to selectively breed advantageous traits.
There are even companies that are working to create systems that monitor plants and use algorithms to select the best plants for breeding. This allows crops to be improved in a natural way with much more speed than ever before.
To download a brochure of our farm buildings, click here.