How Much Does A Pole Building Cost?


  1. Tyler Fry

    Reaching out to get quotes for building a shop/ag building. I would like to build a 40 x 60 x 16 building. I would like to do a lot of the work myself. In other words I would like to put in some sweat equity. I do not know if you offer this, so I am reaching out to find out if you offer this. I appreciate your help, and look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Beehive Buildings

      Hi Tyler,

      We do have an option to have materials delivered to your job site and you can build yourself. If you can click the “Get Started” button in the upper right hand corner of the website, we can get some more details and get you a quote.

      In this article, we discuss some things to think about before building on your own – https://beehivebuildings.com/buy-pole-building-kit/ – if you’d like to take a look before making your decision.

      Thank you!

  2. Laurie

    The concrete flooring needed is for a steel building sized 30 by 50 in Wisconsin. Need an approximate cost. No major hurry. Been wanting to do it. Will pay cash. To store boat. I am familiar with construction and have been a project manager for many years. You can email me at r247partnersllc@aol.com as well.

    1. Beehive Buildings

      Hi Laurie,

      We don’t currently do work in Wisconsin, so sorry to be of no help there. In answer to your other question about whether the concrete or pole building happens first, we start the building process and then pour the floor before finishing the building. Becauseo of the footings we do – pier footings – we do not prefer to have a concrete pad done first. You can read more about it here.

      Let us know if you have any further questions!

  3. Laurie

    Do you do the concrete first or install the pole building first?

    1. Laurie

      I am getting conflicting answers on this.

  4. Laurie

    Can you please give me the going rate on square footage on concrete flooring for a 30×50 concrete flooring? From my understanding, 4-inch gravel and 4-inch concrete, correct? I am getting bids that varying and are not consistent. I appreciate the information.

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