Grain storage - two-purpose building
Storing grain properly requires a certain amount of know-how. For example, there has to be sufficient ventilation and the surface of the walls and floors must be mould resistant. The doors of a grain storage facility also have specific requirements: they must close tightly so that they are rodent-proof.
The halls that Astron erected in Poland are intended for temporary grain storage before the grain is processed further. After this phase, there is enough room in the building to house machines and tractors. The project was planed by the local architect Marian Rozwarski. All the requirements of modern grain storage facilities were considered and incorporated into the construction. The design is also very attractive and the building merges into the environment perfectly. The whole facility was built in 16 months at an excellent price-performance ratio.
- Partner Astron
- FHU MULTI PROJEKT SPOLKA OGRANICZONA ODPOWIEDZIALNOSCIA SP. K. - Poland
- Storage & Logistics
- 15220 m²
- Typ ramy
- System Ścienny
- System Dachowy