Wall steel is going on the Southgate Honey Shed Build | JCB & SONS. Was an exciting day today finally seeing some colour go on the Honey Shed Project. We really love how this new colour steel from
makes the building come together.
They Honey extraction room is being spray foamed. We installed the Typar House wrap to make a barrier between the spray foam and the new wall steel. The old building is being insulated with
Insulation and so this
on the old part with create a proper air barrier and create a sealed envelope.
The remainder of the old wall steel will be taken off and the new steel will cover the entire building. The old steel will be reused on the interior of the original building which will be storage and work shop for the honey business.
We installed this 2" x 6" board in the open web of the old building to create a spot to route the new wiring as their will be no ceiling in this part and all the wiring in the trusses will be exposed.
We had trims made to trim out the contractor grade steel insulated doors, making a nice clean transition to the new wall steel. The doors were installed with no windows to make blacking out the building easier when certain aspects of the bee keeping business require a dark working space.
This is the new utility room in the building. This is where the water comes into the building, the new 100 amp electrical panel, and catch basin for the extraction room gutter drain is located. It will be lined with plywood to make it easy to mount all the utilities, and the hot water tank will be located.
This door opening is ready for the new
insulated overhead door. We cladded all the interior with white steel to match the new liner and make a very clean surface to mount the new door track too.