2 March 2021
Welcome to the AUSPAN Inform for March 2021. The AUSPAN team have a lot on for this month! And here is an update on some current projects that we have been working on:
Left: A 42x18m m Power Hall that is currently under construction at the SO4 Lakeway Project for Barclay Engineering.
Right: Project Osmoflo was completed early last month in conjunction with Valmec. This was a complex build that incorporated extensive ventilation & fitoff accessories.
AUSPAN has built a trailer assembly shed for Duraquip back in 2013. The company has recently expanded and needed more capacity for assembly of their new SeedStorm product so AUSPAN is currently constructing an extension to their existing assembly shed. This build features 10T crane rails to accommodate a gantry crane, and 12m clear span openings.
AUSPAN is making progress on the new Gnowangerup Nutrien site. This build consists of an office, a chemical storage shed and a warehouse. The chemical shed and warehouse were lifted using the unique AUSPAN roof lift system in early February. The office is under construction and the project is set to be completed by June.
Left: A 62x25x9m high hay shed in Lake Grace. This hay shed features 16m Bays and a 4m cantilever canopy with the ends enclosed to offer extra weather protection and create a smart loading area out the front of the shed.
Right: This recently completed aircraft hangar is looking very neat with its colored cladding! The team completed this last month and its now ready for the client to move into!
Due to an imminent steel price rise and the current market conditions, we would encourage anyone that is needing a new hay shed for this season to contact us now at 1300 271 220, so we can allocate a build slot as soon as possible.
Come and see us at the Wagin Woolorama this Friday & Saturday, 5th & 6th of March.
AUSPAN, your leader in design and construction of sheds and buildings, will be in the middle of the oval at site number 58. Speak to one of our design team to make your next project happen. See you there!
Stay safe and all the best for March!