The re-build of the poultry house in Sheffield is set to take place using UK Steel.
The project is being funded by the Sheffield Local Government Association (SLGA), which is a member of the Yorkshire and Humber Building and Construction Association (HHBCA).
The project involves the use of a new steel frame and will involve the installation of steel reinforcement and reinforcing bolts.
The new steel structure is expected to take 10 years to build, which means the project could take another four years to complete.
The council has already begun planning for the project, and will be providing financial support for the work.
Construction work is expected take about three months to complete, and is set for completion in late 2020.
The project has already received a number of awards and accolades, including the Sheffield Architectural Award for the design and construction of a multi-storey residential building in the area.
Poultry house re-building Sheffield’s new steel project will use UK Steel, the Sheffield Mayor’s Green Award for Excellence in Green Architecture, and the Sheffield Environment Award.