Shimora Wines combined tasting and brewery building
We were entrusted with a detailed set of architectural drawings for a winery function centre, including a barrel storage and processing area. Our task was to design a portal frame solution that would preserve the clear span internal space while upholding the desired external aesthetics of our client.
- 10m x 28m x 5.5m
- 12m x 25m x 4.5m
On-site build time:
- 6 weeks
Job site location:
- Little Hampton, South Australia
Our scope and build details:
- 3D structural model.
- Fabricated hot-dipped galvanised steel package.
- Purlins and girts.
- Cliplock roof and wall cladding.
- Custom gutter system.
- Custom window and door openings.
- 55 blanket insulation.
- Roof safety mesh.
- 3kPa mezzanine package.
- Custom sliding door track, frame, and beam.
- Civil engineer.
- Third-party installer.
- Hardwick Build Co.
- SOS Architects.
*All prices are an indication only and are subject to change at any time due to steel prices. Prices also do not include site preparation or installation costs.
Challenges and solutions
By incorporating large SHS columns and heavy-duty spanning purlins, we successfully created a spacious interior while accommodating the unique cladding and architectural elements. In addition, a section of the barrel room building was designated for living quarters and carefully designed to comply with class 1 building code standards.
The close collaboration between our structural drafting team and the architect played a vital role in ensuring a seamless construction process, resulting in a highly satisfied customer.
“We chose to use Central Steel Build for our winery buildings based on the advice of both our builder and our architects and it’s been a very satisfactory process. The materials they use, and the workmanship of their erectors are magnificent. We’re very pleased.”
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