Farmers and agricultural industries are challenged with managing the health and nutrition of livestock and crops, often with limited resources and time. Through high performance agricultural building construction, farmers are able to effectively manage their energy usage to reduce overhead costs and increase profitability.
Our agricultural buildings are available in a variety of sizes and designs, designed to meet your needs for:
- Pole barns
- Pole buildings
- Metal barns
- Freestall barns
- Milking parlors
- Livestock barns
- Equestrian facilities
- Indoor riding arenas
- General farm buildings
- Horse stables
- Equine and bovine facilities
Quick custom construction
Our steel agricultural buildings offer design flexibility and quick construction time, depending on your needs and design choices. With fast delivery of materials to your site, and a team available to customize your design, based on your needs, we can work within your timeframe to deliver your farm building within your a timeframe that suits your needs. Our steel agricultural buildings offer attractive and functional design, and open floor plans to reduce confinement of animals and equipment that will need clearance for movement.
Our steel farm building materials include the following features:
- Engineer certified anchor bolt plans and drawings
- Industry standard A-325 structural bolt
- 50,000 PSI high strength plate
- 80,000 PSI Galvalume roof sheeting
- Field located frame openings with standard construction equipment
- Dieformed weather closures in the eave, gable, and base building
- Corrugated ridge caps
- Factory primed frames
- Submerged arc/welded frames
- Solid main frame construction
Reducing farm operation costs & energy consumption
The team at Hibbs General Contracting has a special passion for working with the agricultural industry. In fact, our Vice President Matt Belcher served as Director of the University of Missouri’s High Performance Building Research Center, and worked to promote the Missouri Agricultural Energy Savings Team (MAESTRO). Our agricultural building division is working to help those in the agricultural industry realizing lasting savings through sound steel construction and design, in order to reduce their overhead costs, and to help them build operational equity over time.
With smaller livestock farm operations on the rise, energy efficient cost reduction practices gain importance for preservation of our environment and the stability of small farm operation budgets. Our team works to incorporate high performance, high-efficiency construction standards such as the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), the American National Standards Institute’s ANSI ICC-700 “The National Green Building Standard”, E.P.A.’s Energy Star and Indoor Air and Water Sense Programs.