Steel Building Case Studies
A private client approached Midbrook Steel Buildings with a request for a new steel building that could serve as a home gym and car garage. The client required a bespoke solution that was well-insulated, secure and matched their existing colour scheme.
Midbrook Steel Buildings worked closely with the client to understand their requirements and deliver a customised solution. The steel framed building was constructed using galvanized cold rolled steel and included an insulated roof and cladding in Anthracite colour.
In 2021, Midbrook Steel Buildings were approached by a client who needed a new storage steel building to replace their existing dilapidated stable/outbuilding. The client required a steel structure that would store their garden/grounds maintenance equipment and it needed to be designed in a way that complemented the surrounding environment.
The client’s existing building was in a state of disrepair and was no longer fit for purpose. They needed a new structure that could provide them with the necessary storage space while also blending in with the natural surroundings.
Grange Travel, a bus and coach company in Gravesend, required a quick delivery of an insulated maintenance steel framed building to service their vehicles. They contacted Midbrook Steel Buildings and the team provided a bespoke solution to meet the client’s requirements.
One of the main challenges was the client’s requirement for quick delivery. Midbrook Steel Buildings had to ensure that the steel building was supplied and installed on time. The company had to work around the clock to meet the client’s deadline while maintaining the highest level of quality.
Midbrook Steel Buildings were contacted very early in the design phase to work with this company’s engineers to design a filter press building which would be mounted on an elevated steel base platform 8m or thereabouts above ground level.
The design brief was very specific and the building structure had to be designed to cater for increased wind loads due to the elevated nature of the building and also take into account heavy snow loadings in certain locations.
A commercial and industrial equipment supplier based in the North East contacted Midbrook Steel Buildings as they needed more storage for their business.
This company set us the challenge of using their existing agricultural structure and adapting it into a workshop to create much-needed space for their expanding business.
Midbrook Steel Buildings were contacted by Turbo Vacuumentation Ltd as they required a new maintenance building.
We were contracted for the structural steelwork and cladding package to create a bespoke structure that will house processing equipment supplied by Turbo Vacuumentation Ltd for use at distribution centres.
We had the pleasure of working with a private client who contacted us for a machinery storage building in the picturesque Ayrshire. We were thrilled to take on this steel framed building project and supply our client with an insulated timber clad barn.
Despite facing some harsh weather conditions, the Midbrook team worked hard to ensure the project was a success. We were delighted to hear that both Midbrook Steel Buildings and the client are extremely satisfied with the outcome.
Midbrook Steel Buildings was approached by a private client in Fakenham, Norfolk, who needed to replace their burnt-out warehouse.
The client initially hoped to utilise their existing cold rolled structure as a foundation for the new warehouse. However, due to the required span being too large for cold rolled steel and the weakness of the existing slab, an alternative solution was necessary.
Midbrook Steel Buildings recently completed an exciting project for a private client, who required an aesthetically pleasing storage solution for their helicopter.
The project involved designing and constructing a helicopter storage steel building that blended seamlessly with the scenic woodland surroundings of the large country estate located in the south of England.
Midrook Buildings recently completed a project in Cresswell, Worksop. Creswell’s Leisure Centre was replaced with a One Stop Shop and an additional retail unit.
We were contracted to carry out our construction package which included the groundworks, steelwork, cladding and external work for the two retail units that made up One Stop.