Rural Case Study – Pre-formed concrete maize bunker in Te Awamutu

Preformed Concrete Maize BunkerClient

Durk DeBoer – Te Awamutu

Desired Outcome

To create a dry and rodent-free maize bunker.

Site Challenges

The maize bunker was an existing floor with dirt banks. We had to pre-form and pour tilt slab panels on site.

They were then lifted into position after a curing period of 10 days, and concreted into place. The walls were then backfilled behind with pit sand.

Rural Case Study – External feed troughs around existing concrete pad

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Doug and Penny Storey – Te Awamutu

Desired Outcome

The brief for this job was to build external feed troughs around an existing feed pad, which could be flood washed easily.

Construction Process

Starters were drilled into the existing concrete and blocks were laid. Concrete was formed and shaped on the inside of the troughs with a fall from one end to the other.

Doug now can drive around the external of the feed pad, filling the troughs with his mixer wagon.

Rural Case Study – 3-bay Goldpine shed

multi-bay Goldpine Implement Shed fit for multiple purposes

multi-bay Goldpine Implement Shed fit for multiple purposes

Client

Andrew and Robyn Flay – Te Awamutu

Desired Outcome

The brief for this job was to build an implement shed / calving barn (ie, one that was multi-purpose)

Construction Process

The site was cleared and levelled. Holes were drilled and inspected. Two weeks later the council did the final inspection and signed off the project.

With its height the shed has many different uses, and is very universal.