Portsmouth Salt Store
Shufflebottom has supplied three steel-framed buildings to Gateway Building Services Ltd of Southampton, which undertook an industrial development in Portsmouth for Colas Ltd.
The buildings are:
Workshop, 12.5m by 8.2m with a height of 5.486m to the eaves. The steelwork is shotblast to B.S. SA2.5 and painted with zinc-phosphate high-build primer. The roof cladding is 0.7mm single-skin plastic-coated box-profile with curved eaves.
Salt barn, 12m by 15m and 6m high to the eaves, the steelwork shotblast to B.S. SA2.5, with a hot-dipped galvanised finish. The roof is clad in natural grey P6R fibre cement. All four sides, apart from the doorways, have pre-stressed concrete panels, 180mm thick by 5m high.
Industrial building, 20.5m long by 13m wide, and 5m up to the eaves. The shotblast steelwork has a hot-dipped galvanised finish. Kingspan 0.5mm leathergrain plastic-coated box-profile 80mm composite insulated panels clad the roof.
Glance at more buildings
Green Recycling's waste centre on Quayside Industrial Park, Maldon, Essex, expanded in length in 2012. E10457
Shufflebottom constructed a steel-framed ash store for the Aberthaw Power Station at Barry near Cardiff, Wales. E8638
The Butterwell waste disposal site at Linton, Morpeth, in Northumberland, has a steel-framed Shufflebottom 24.384m by 18.288m and a tall 10.4m to the eaves. E10432
A double-span hipped steel-framed industrial building with a mezzanine floor was constructed for James and Clifford Langlois at St Saviour, Jersey. E9185