The new SKF warehouse is a steel structure composed of girder, truss and tubular bracing systems. Metsec sections were used for the side cladding rails. The warehouse structure contains a 35 tonne overhead crane as well as a 10 tonne gable gantry crane. A key feature of the project is the tubular posts supporting the office slab, as well as the tubular louvre support system which wraps around the building.
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|Physical address of the project
6 Marlin Road,
|Google Maps link||https://goo.gl/maps/YRL9FLd8j5xzfKY28|
|Completion date of steelwork||December 2019|
|Completion date of full project||March 2020|
|Tonnage and steel profiles used||240 tons
UB and UC columns,
UB and angle lattice girders,
Angle lattice trusses,
SHS eave beams,
Metsec purlins and girts,
Angle and CHS bracing,
Bent plate box gutters,
IPE and UB gable rafters,
UB and angle lattice crane beam columns,
UB and PFC compound crane beams,
CHS slab support columns,
Tubular louvre supports.
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