Cattle House near Swindon
Bushton, near Swindon in Wiltshire, is the location of a galvanised-frame cattle building 100ft by 40ft and 12ft to the eaves. The purlins are Ultrazeds and the eaves beam is treated timber.
There are 10 lights in the roof, which is clad with single-skin reinforced fibre cement with alternate ridges. Cladding on both ends is treated timber Yorkshire boarding, allowing for an opening 12ft wide and 15ft high at one end, and cladding at the back is 0.5mm single-skin plastic-coated box reverse profile. The front is open with a 4ft 6in overhang.