Steel Building Case Studies
Midbrook Steel Buildings recently completed a turnkey project for a specialist vacuum tanker manufacturer located in Rugby. This project aimed to enhance the functionality and aesthetics of the client’s facility while addressing specific operational requirements.
The primary objective was to construct a steel structure to cover the yard area effectively.
The primary challenge faced by Midbrook Steel Buildings was to extend NBJ’s joiners workshop in a way that not only met the company’s functional requirements but also seamlessly integrated with the existing architecture of three portal frame buildings.
This required careful planning, precision engineering, and a commitment to excellence throughout the steel building project.
Midbrook Steel Buildings is delighted to share an update on one of our recent steel building projects, exemplifying our lasting partnership with a valued client spanning multiple years.
The focus of this case study is a cutting-edge mono-pitch insulated Pump House, brought to life through the application of our sleek cold rolled galvanized steel portal frame.
In 2020, Midbrook Steel Buildings embarked on an exciting turnkey steel building project, collaborating with Saffron Grange Vineyard to create a state-of-the-art Winery building.
For this complex project, Midbrook handled the:
– Supply of the steel building
– Installation of a mezzanine floor
– Execution of the groundworks, including an expansive driveway
In this Case Study, we delve into a project that showcases our commitment to delivering superior steel buildings. A railway company reached out to us as they needed a new storage facility. Our team worked closely with them, making sure that their requirements and budget were met.
This project involved the design, supply, and installation of a cutting-edge Insulated Storage Steel Building in Sleaford, catering specifically to the requirements of a prominent railway contractor.
Midbrook Steel Buildings is thrilled to present yet another triumph in industrial construction. Our recent partnership with a private client has led to the creation of not one, but two state-of-the-art Industrial Steel Buildings.
This case study demonstrates Midbrook’s commitment to superior craftsmanship and tailored solutions in the realm of industrial construction.
The team here at Midbrook Steel Buildings recently completed an exciting project at a brownfield site in Gainsborough. This case study highlights the successful execution of the project for our new customer, Eden Tyres.
The project involved various elements, including the construction of their new steel framed building, extensive drainage works, tarmac yard and palisade fencing, engineered concrete slab, internal partition wall in blockwork, cladding, fire protection, windows, doors and roller shutters.
This case study highlights the successful completion of a new tyre storage warehouse project by Midbrook Steel Buildings for our client, BAB Motors Ltd.
It showcases the positive feedback received from BAB Motors and highlights the comprehensive range of services provided by Midbrook as a complete turnkey solution steel building provider. The case study emphasises our commitment to delivering exceptional steel framed building solutions tailored to our clients’ needs.
Midbrook Steel Buildings Delivers a High-Quality Helicopter Hangar Steel Building for Central Helicopters
At Midbrook Steel Buildings, we had the opportunity to work closely with our esteemed client, Central Helicopters, to provide a state-of-the-art helicopter hangar steel building.
This case study highlights our comprehensive construction solutions, commitment to delivering high-quality results and successful collaboration with Central Helicopters.
Long Eaton Appliance Company Ltd required additional storage space for their growing business. They wanted to make the most efficient use of the space between their two existing buildings.
Midbrook Steel Buildings was approached to design and construct a new two-story steel framed building, providing the necessary storage space while maximising the available area.