Our sheds are wide and varied, covering a range of different purposes.
And for every purpose, there’s a design, including custom-designed sheds.
Below, we’ve included 6 of our top shed designs.
The American Barn
The American barn is a real eye-catcher. The raised centre will make this shed stand out against the rest. It’s also a great way for maximising internal space and bringing in natural light, perfect for a workshop.
Cost Range: $20,000 – $70,000
The Aussie Barn
An Australian style barn is slightly more modest & humble than its American counterpart. A simple roof makes this a very functional building, made for people who just need some space and don’t worry too much about impressing their neighbours.
Cost Range: $15,000 – $40,000
The 3-Door Garage
A 3-door garage is great for families storing their vehicles, but it’s also great for storage space if that’s all you need. The two-toned colourbond design looks fantastic.
Cost Range: $15,000 – $40,000
Some people won’t be parking vehicles in their building. In that case, a storage shed with some workshop space is a great option. The above shed has some glass roller doors, bringing in natural light and opening up the shed space inside.
Cost Range: $20,000 – $50,000
Looking for something a little bigger? A lot of our clients own farms and are looking for hay storage space. An open-sided hay shed is perfect for this.
Cost Range: $10,000 – $150,000
If you feel like embarking on a bigger project, some of our most beautiful builds have been habitable dwelling frames. Our clients often work with their own architects to produce fantastic spaces like the one above, a bed and breakfast in Mt Buffalo.
Cost Range: $20,000 – $100,000
Tilt Panel Factories
Tilt up panel factories are a common use of construction for industrial and commercial buildings.
Central Steel Build has extensive experience in the construction and planning of these types of buildings. Although we only supply the steel frame itself, we are able to engineer and account for the concrete walls that strengthen this style of building.
How Much Does A Tilt Panel Factory Cost?
$209,865 is the average cost of one of our factory projects. Because of the wide range of factory sizes, our prices range from over $1,000,000 to under $100,000 (Australian dollars, including erection costs).
See below some of our past jobs of tilt slab factories and warehouses.
Being a custom steel construction business, we are familiar with working with sub-contractors and ensure that this process would not be difficult or hard to organise. We ensure that all our clients are entitled to a simple and complication-free building process.
Please note however that we are a steel framed construction company and do not take part in the fabrication of concrete walls and panels, nor the erection of these. We are able to engineer around the tilt up components and we are happy to recommend you to a local sub-contractor that is able to take care of the concreting of these buildings.
8 incredible educational buildings
The Evelyn Grace Academy.
Designed by famed architect Zaha Hadid, this redesign won multiple awards. The robust buildings are strong and low-maintenance, but provide expansive, well-lit interiors.
Despite the success, the UK later banned curved schools, saying that non-uniform designs cost too much.
The Surrey City Centre Library.
This bold public library near Vancouver combines curves and points to create a unique space that utilises solar warmth to make the vast interior comfortable for studiers.
The library was a response to the increasing importance of digital data, with physical book collections no longer being as important. Instead, this library offers open spaces for people to meet and collaborate.
The community was involved in the design process through the library’s online presence, encouraging feedback and comments from civilians.
This fascinating extension houses the fine arts faculty of a Spanish university. The sparse, empty concrete gives the area a course feeling, allowing students a blank canvas on which to create their own activities and happenings.
Located near a highway, the building curves around to make its public spaces open, but also protected from the busy, urban exterior.
Wooden Open Library.
This open library near Toronto allows a few people in it at a time. The single shelf works on a take-something-leave-something arrangement that allows strangers to share literature with each other.
The building closes into a box overnight to keep the books safe.
Hallfield primary school.
This London primary school threw together buildings of different shapes and sizes – in many ways echoing the creativity of a school child.
The learning spaces, with their strange curvatures and abrupt corners, became part of the learning resources, and likely embedded themselves into the memory and affections of the students that studied here.
St James Senior Girls School.
This small collection of close-quarter classrooms is designed to transition its students from their educational lives to their adult lives. The village-style architecture encourage pupils to take control of their position in the system, whilst feeling a sense of belonging to their own small part of the school.
The building combines elements of traditional architecture, whilst employing modern elements (such as the clay roof lanterns), which make it more eco friendly and fill the space with natural light.
This stand-alone drawing studio is situated on the grounds of the University is belongs to in the UK.
It is incredibly bold on the outside and confrontingly minimal on the inside. There’s nowhere for students or subject to hide as they experiment with their craft.
The circular face makes powerful use of natural light and the trees and grass of the surrounds are challenged by the starkness of the building.
This beautiful kindergarten has the kind of restrained colour-scheme of a modern loungeroom, without reducing the playfulness it needs to keep children interested.
The building is all about making pupils feel that they can and should be always exploring space, regardless of how much it seems like part of the background.
To see some of our outdoor learning structures, download our COLABuild brochure.