Construction of a production hall in 30 days? Yes possible

Building an industrial property is no small challenge. Many factors can motivate companies to build a new industrial building. They usually serve the purpose of such orders or expansion, possibly necessitating a shortage of the old site. From the customer’s point of view, it is important that a building with a relatively large floor area can be completed relatively quickly. Let’s see how this can be done!
Structure efficiently
Currently, the most popular form of construction in this area is the construction of pillar-framed hall buildings. It is very important that these buildings are made with as little on-site work as possible, focusing almost exclusively on installation. The support structure is typically of steel or precast reinforced concrete.

During the design, a separate drawing is made for almost every element to be installed, on the basis of which they are manufactured and these structures are already delivered to the site. A huge advantage over working mainly on site is that it is not necessary to wait for the setting time of the materials. Obviously, we can only do the priming with a monolithic system, but we are almost only affected by the setting time in this work process.
Once the structural elements of our building have been put in place, the next step is to get them dressed.

We can already choose from the excellent sandwich panels of several manufacturers on the market, so the look of the hall is already much more sophisticated than in the previous century. In addition, the structures placed on it have excellent insulation properties, which allows for much more favorable energy consumption. Using sandwich panels, you can also build walls and cover the roof in a short time. After this, the floor design as well as the mechanical work are left behind.

Floors for industrial purposes
And now some thoughts on the most widely used floor structure in this area, which is nothing more than industrial flooring. Typically, this structure is characterized by a fairly simple layer design. At the bottom of the structure, a layer of gravel of suitable quality and thickness is covered, which is covered by a special film serving as a waterproofing layer. The fiber-reinforced statically sized concrete floor, typically 15-25 cm thick, is then formed. Here, it is important to consider the nature of the use of the hall when designing.

We need to know what we are planning the building for. Do we need to prepare the structure mainly for pedestrian traffic or perhaps vehicle traffic? Once the fiber-reinforced concrete has been spread and compacted, the next step is to smooth, surface crust and vapor seal the surface. There are a lot of additives on the market so we can influence the color and strength of the concrete relatively well. After bonding expansion joints should be cut in the concreteso that thermal expansion does not ruin it later. In halls operating at near constant temperatures, this process is not absolutely necessary.

In many areas, however, a smooth concrete structure is not sufficient. If the hall is used as a production hall, dust-free can be an important condition for the smooth operation of the installed production technology. In this case, the perfect solution is a resin floor, which results in a cohesive, dust-free, easy-to-clean watertight surface. The industrial resin floors can be acid-resistant, alkali-resistant, antistatic or non-slip, thus providing a suitable solution for almost any manufacturing process. Typically, we are talking about epoxy and polyurethane synthetic resin floors.
It is also important to ensure proper access to the hall. Serving the hall paving and asphalting of roads it is a time consuming task, so it is worth doing it in parallel with the hall construction.

Mechanical design
The time required for mechanical design varies widely. In the case of a warehouse for the storage of less sensitive materials, the engineering can be quite simple, but in the case of an almost sterile production process that requires a clean room, the design of the engineering can be an extremely complex and lengthy process.

Production hall in up to a month?
How quickly a hall is built depends, among many other factors, on the contractor’s organizational skills and available capacities. If the contractor is fit and no particular disruption occurs in the construction process, a 500 sqm production hall can be built at the ready level in as little as a month.

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