Construction and assembly of industrial halls are complex processes that include erecting buildings of various sizes, from smaller halls to large industrial complexes. During the construction of the hall, a series of preparatory works are carried out, such as excavations for foundations and the construction of the load-bearing structure. The load-bearing structure is a key element on which the entire hall structure relies and must be appropriately planned and implemented in accordance with applicable standards and regulations.

After the completion of the load-bearing structure, the assembly of the remaining elements of the hall begins. First, layered panels are assembled, which form the roof and walls of the hall. Then, windows, doors, and gates are installed, which are necessary for the proper functioning of the industrial hall. The next step is finishing works, which include sheet metal work, such as the installation of gutters and downpipes, and guttering, which drains water from the roof. At this stage, electrical, water and sewage, ventilation, and other necessary installations are also carried out, adapted to the needs and requirements of the given industrial facility.

An important aspect of the construction of industrial halls is also the care for safety at the construction site. Work must be conducted in accordance with applicable occupational health and safety regulations and standards for the construction of industrial buildings. Appropriate supervision and quality control are indispensable to ensure that the hall is erected according to plan, meeting the requirements of strength, stability, and safety.

In conclusion, the construction and assembly of industrial halls are complex processes that require precise planning, execution, and control, in accordance with applicable standards and regulations. They include a series of preparatory works, the assembly of the load-bearing structure, layered panels, windows, doors, gates, as well as installations, sheet metal work, and other finishing works. Work safety and execution quality are key to ensuring durability, strength, and functionality of the industrial hall.