Client Appreciates Shufflebottom Team Effort
The new Shufflebottom barn at Salford, Milton Keynes, has impressed Paul and Mary Colburn, of owners Colburn and Partners. Paul and Mary told Daniel Lacey, their Shufflebottom representative based in the East of England, “the build quality is fantastic, everyone in the area is commenting on how it looks and calling in to look at the finished article, and it certainly has made a great difference to the farmyard.”
Paul and Mary also praised the professionalism of building erectors Robert and Di, appreciating all their hard work. “Please let them know how much we think of them both, they certainly are a great asset to Shufflebottom,” they said.
The barn, 80 feet by 60 feet and 20 feet high to the Shufflebottom galvanised eaves beam gutter system, has a lean-to on one long side, and is linked with a 60 feet by 40 feet infill structure to an existing portal frame building. The galvanised steelwork has side cladding of vertical 0.5mm plastic-coated box profile in Juniper Green, and roof cladding of P6R fibre cement in Natural Grey.
Good to know that Colburn and Partners are pleased with the results of the whole team effort to design, manufacture and erect their new structures.