The prices for industrial halls are based on the type and design of the respective building. Prefabricated halls are usually cheaper than industrial halls in solid construction. A lightweight hall without foundations represents the least expensive option, while an expensive hall made of solid steel is particularly robust.
Price factors for industrial halls
A simple cold storage hall for material storage is particularly favorable.
The thermo-insulated refrigerated warehouse already has a much higher price.
- A production hall with special interior fittings is one of the more expensive halls.
- An appealing hall design is only available for a surcharge.
- Industrial Halls: Concrete Prices
- Our price example for an industrial hall refers to a prefabricated building, including doors and windows. It consists of primed and painted steel and is equipped with a thermo-roof and insulated walls.
Also included in the price are the drainage system for the roof, all construction plans, the scaffolding and the rubble disposal. The roof of the industrial building withstands a rather low snow load of 0.85 kN / m². Robust roofs cost more.
|Industrial hall 20 x 40 m||120,000 EUR|
|Local conditions influence assembly costs||The assembly costs for your industrial hall are based on the prevailing local conditions. The respective provider will first have to undertake a site inspection to be able to provide you with a concrete offer for the construction of your hall.|
Tips & TricksPlease install the interior lighting of your industrial hall right from the start! If you want to have as much daylight as possible for energy saving reasons, you should inquire about the price for a dome light or for light bands. Also, the number of windows of the kit can be increased!
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