How long does it take to get a shed built?

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Shed build time is entirely dependent on the type of construction and the size of the shed.

A simple shed might only take eight to ten weeks from order to finish.
A larger commercial project can take 6 to 12 months to build on-site – however it could have already taken months, if not years, to get documentation and council approvals done prior to that.
Depending on the complexity of the project, getting the shell of a shed up can be a fairly quick process, but the finishing off may take a lot longer.

The time taken to build a shed is obviously affected or influenced by every detail of the project. The basic timeline might be

  1. Purchasing a block of land
  2. Design & Engineering of building
  3. Council approvals
  4. Getting quotes
  5. Selecting a builder and negotiating a contract
  6. Begin construction with siteworks, laying services and construction

What causes delays with building Industrial Sheds?

The two major time delays of industrial projects are sign-out on building design, and getting permissions & permits through local council.

Conclusion: Start talking to builders and designers as soon as feasible to ensure you get your project completed as early as possible. 

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