REFERENCE # : 2128
NOTE: Each design in the Carport Guide has a reference number. When requesting a quote for your specific circumstances it is handy to provide this on the quote request form. Pricing is date specific, may include seasonal specials, and may differ subject to site specifications, terrain, cyclone regions etc. Prices here are provided as a guide only. We recommend you request a quote for your specific requirements if they differ from Region C – Terrain category 2.5.
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Details of this Carport
Dimensions – 6000 x 6000 x 2891
Posts – 100×100 SHS Grade C450L0
Rafters & Purlins – G450 Purlins
Footings – Cast in concrete
Cladding – TrimDek 0.42 BMT
Roof Colour – Surfmist
Fascia – Shale Grey
Barge · Gutter · Downpipe – Windspray
Mass – 602.9 kg
Site Design Specifications
Site – Region C, TC2.5 without Shielding
Building Class – 10a
Terrain with a few trees or isolated obstructions. This category is intermediate between TC2 and TC3 and represents the terrain in developing outer urban areas with scattered houses, or large acreage developments with fewer than ten buildings per hectare. A building that has no protection from wind in the immediate area.
Vdesign = VR x Md x Ms x Mt x Mz,Cat
Vdesign = 69.3 x 1 x 1.0 x 1 x 0.87 = 60.29 m/s
Site Description: The site is not on the slope or crest of a hill, ridge or escarpment
Foundations have been designed assuming an allowable bearing capacity of 100 kPa, undrained cohesion Cu= 50 kPa.
Concrete Strength = 25 MPa.
Delivery* if kit option taken
Bill of Materials
Connection Plans for building
*Delivery subject to site access and location in an serviced area.
Price Total $4086.64
Purchase Engineering Drawings and Bill of Materials = $660.00
Balance required to manufacture and deliver the materials = $3426.64
DIFFERENT SITE CONDITIONS?
Where you are and where you locate your building impacts its engineering and design. If you like our buildings but are not located in Region C – Terrain Category 2.5 then request a site specific quote / design.
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Genuine Australian Colorbond Cladding
The Truth: Colorbond is a trusted, proven, durable product
The Trick: Deceptively market cheap, imported cladding using misleading colour names & gauges. Check for genuine Colorbond colours and only accept a minimum of 0.42 BMT, that's Base Metal Thickness.
Certified Australian G450 High Tensile Steel Rafters
The Truth: BlueScope Steel capacities & strength are proven and certified by Australian engineers.
The Trick: Claim to use 'quality' steel, but deliver cheap imported inferior steel. It may look similar, but it is half the strength. A safe rule of thumb is that if it looks flimsy, it is probably not compliant with theAustralian Standards.
Certified Australian G450 High Tensile Steel Purlins
The Truth: BlueScope Steel's certified quality, strength & durability.
The Trick: Some manufacturers use BlueScope Steel, but cheat you by using smaller members and less of them. Stay clear of purlins with a gauge less than 1.0 mm. Cladding needs support and a frame needs substance or it will pull apart in a severe storm.
Comprehensive & User Friendly Instructions
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Certified by Independent Reputable Structural Engineers
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- A comprehensive Construction Kit. This kit is specific to your building and gives you simple to follow connection drawings.
- Engineering certification of the steel building to the appropriate Australian Standards.
- BlueScope – product warranties of up to 15 years apply.
- Drawings, other than detailed.
- Consent authority including any building, development or construction certificate application(s).
- Construction of the steel building and any foundations (the building is supplied as a kit).
- Insurance of the steel building once delivered to site or collected from the depot.