Hidden away on an incredible project in Hesket, near Mount Macedon, this beautifully styled building fits in with the client house perfectly.
The client intends to use the space for shared family activities and across the two floors and multiple rooms, it’s a unique build – the result of a clear and exciting vision.
“Central Steel Build was a bit creative. I said ‘This is what I want to do, can you do it?’ and they said ‘Of course we can.'”
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How Much Does It Cost To Build A Warehouse
How much does it cost to build a warehouse?
The cost to build an industrial warehouse is not an easy question to answer accurately without a quote, as warehouses can range from very large to small. As all of our jobs are custom designed, you as a client can get a quote according to your direct specifications within one working day.
Small to medium warehouses
This range includes smaller warehouses, extensions, washbays and workshops. Smaller warehouse construction costs are estimated below.
Cost range: $10,000 – $45,000
Medium warehouses include storage sheds, machinery sheds, and small industrial buildings.
Cost range: $45,000 – $80,000
Big warehouses include constructions such as large warehouses, infrastructural buildings, and factories. Larger warehouse buildings costs are seen below.
Cost range: $80,000 – $400,000
Central Steel Build is experienced in the design and construction of all kinds of industrial buildings. Working with us we will strive to make the experience easy and streamlined, taking care of all paperwork involved and ensuring client satisfaction from design to final completion of the job. Take a look below at some of our past Industrial Warehouse jobs.
Large Warehouse, Home Hardware Kyneton
AutoPro Warehouse, Castlemaine
5 Shed-Like Homes to Inspire You
- 1. North Carolina Residence.
This stunningly simple home almost looks like an extended shipping container or carport. Resting on large concrete bricks in the forests of North Carolina, the simplicity of the building lends it grace & majesty. The large windows maximise the natural lighting, relying on the dense forest for privacy.
2. 2. London Garden Shed Studio.
This incredible & tiny space was converted from an old garden shed in London. To compensate for the lack of space, a bed is hidden beneath the floor boards. The space is used as an art and living space.
3. 3. Wyoming Barn.
This barn looks old and unassuming – in fact, it’s a recent build made from reclaimed wood. The modest external hides a very luxurious and detailed internal. It also makes fantastic use of its height with a large window onto an expansive panorama of the mountains.
4. 4. 9 Steps.
This beautiful building is tucked away at Mt Buffalo. (We’re biased because we helped build it. More on that here.) This simple structure is, in many ways, a shed. Made from steel with a straightforward layout, the building fits in wonderfully with its surrounds.
The place can be rented for those looking to try out the tree-change lifestyle.
5. 5. The Double Shed, Chile.
This interesting home is comprised of two large shed-like buildings linked by barn-style doors. It’s unique & memorable.
Ready to get a quote for your own liveable shed? Request a consultation here.