Farm Building, Warkworth

Warkworth is a beautiful, quaint old Northumbrian Village almost completely surrounded by a loop in the River Coquet, about a mile from the coast. At one end of the Village sat atop the hill is the stunning ruin of Warkworth Castle (an English Heritage site) and at the other sits the parish Village church of St Lawrence.

Our client, located in Warkworth, required a new farm building. We are delights to have designed, fabricated and erected the new building on their behalf.

The building measures 18.30m long x 10.63m wide x 4.58m average height to eaves. The steelwork has been secured to concrete pad foundations using holding down bolts, and the steel is compliant with BS5502 Class 2. We have used Profile 6 Fibre Cement sheets on the roof, with skylights,  and Olive Green coloured plastisol coated steel sheets to the elevations. Concrete panels have been installed to three sides, with the front elevation left open for access.