Combining the durability of commercial rated structures with the curb appeal of residential, CIA Buildings construct some of the most desirable acreage shops around. With a variety of finishing options, National Energy Code Compliance, detailed engineering, and high build quality, there is no doubt that CIA Buildings can construct to your needs.
Below are features on some of our more recent Acreage Shop project work.
18-001 Sturgeon County
When you know what you want, you get it.
Built to a specific 38’x54’, this acreage shop is equipped with all the bells and whistles. 4’ wainscot, 24” vented soffit overhang, bold over-sized trims, high bay windows, and mitered corners all go a long way in making this shop feel right at home in it’s subdivision.
18-005 Athabasca County
Nothing impresses more than a polished, epoxy finished, concrete floor.
This immaculate 36’x50’ shop is characterized by its black doors and trim, 10’x50’ lean-to, and tidy in-floor heat pipes.
Who wouldn’t want a built-to-suit hobby shop?!
17-020 Sturgeon County
When you’re building a shop for a hobby farm it’s hard to say no to the classic red & white.
Completely turn key, this shop hosts a radiant tube heater, 110V & 220V electrical outlets, LED 4 lamp light fixtures, full length snow stops and eaves trough, 24” vented soffit overhang, 20’ U-Drain with sump pit, 5” 30Mpa concrete, ceiling liner, Wallbar cellulose insulation and Weathershield attic insulation.
14-021 Parkland County
There is a lot of work involved in building a false gable, but when you look at one like this you realize it is worth the effort.
With polycarbonate sections in the overhead doors there is no lack of light inside this 42’x60’. The bathroom and mechanical room double as a storage mezzanine above, keeping the cut and polished concrete floor clutter free and tidy.
Coupled with a 4’ wainscot on the outside, 24” vented soffit overhang, reveals around the overhead door, and eaves trough, this shop is an all time favorite of CIA Buildings Ltd.