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The old barns from back
The barns had been there for many years and had been made from second hand materials.
The weather had not been kind to the barns, in the case of the dutch barn the wind had removed most of the roof.
How the old barns used to look from the road.
The final buildings about to go
including the corridor that led
to the stable block.
The cleared site, view from the road.
Now the building starts, the first steels go in.
The structure of the barn
begins to take shape.
The roof goes on.
The cladding is on and it
begins to look like a barn.
The roof from the inside. what a beautiful symetrical structure.
Matt and his team have finished now it is time to lay the floors, an aweful lot of concrete.
Here a concrete floor is laid over underfloor heating which will keep the workshop warm.
The blocks are ready for Daryl
and his team to lay to form the
A view of the barn from the
mezzanine floor above the workshop.
The completed barn, needs the landscaping but it is already a working barn.
Our thanks go to Matt Holcombe and his team, the steel erection contractor, who battled through high winds, rain and cold to complete the job on time and to budget. We also would like to thank Daryl Taylor and his colleagues for their efforts in finishing the barn of with blockwork and windows and of course laying the concrete floors.
If you have any specific questiions email me at nigel at bannockfarm.com