The Gods of Steel ‘Drive-Through Range’ of modular buildings have been created to solve a range of customer storage and asset protection issues that will serve and protect the business, the machinery and profitability.
The cost effective and innovative design within this range has been specifically targeted for the agricultural and hay market, with various other industry applications in mining and transport.
We understand farmer’s requirements and as agriculture evolves so do our sheds. Our aim is to facilitate the industry through innovative building concepts and designs to assist in protecting those big assets and machinery.
The Gods of Steel range provides ease of access and functionality with the ability to add modules and walls to create a multipurpose complex for any operation. The modular drive-through shed range is a prime example of how we’ve leveraged technology to create elite, modern and efficient shed storage solutions.
Our robust and unique multi gable design coupled with the highest Australian made strength to weight ratio steel positions this range as the best in the field.
“The Gods of Steel drive-through range will serve and protect business machinery and profitability.”
Ryan Patterson, owner of Phoenix Sheds and ex farmer
Protect your assets with the Gods of Steel – guaranteed. Offering robust protection from the elements, our modular building system is engineered for strength in all conditions.
15M Span x 30M Long x 6M High. Wind Region A. Terrain Category 2.
18M Span x 40M Long x 6M High. Wind Region A. Terrain Category 2.
20M Span x 40M Long x 6M High. Wind Region A. Terrain Category 2.
25M Span x 35M Long x 8M High. Wind Region A. Terrain Category 2.
This range has been specifically designed to suit the hay, fertiliser and grain market. The added height to this module provides added hay storage and ease of workability when it comes to grain, feed pellets or fertiliser storage. These modules include end walls to provide 3 x side protection to that of a traditional hay or machinery storage shed.