What is the Cost of a 40×60 Steel Building?
Instant prices & quotes for 40×60 garages, shops & barns
For the base building package, you can expect to pay between $17,000 and $22,000.
A building of this size (40′ x 60′ = 2,400 square feet) is a good choice for a large garage, storage building, shop or barn. How you use your building, as well as the location and any accessories necessary will have an effect on the overall cost. The basic style of your steel building will also determine the price.
Also, note that this standard size building can also easily be supplied as a 60’x40′ building for those requiring an extra wide building for say an aircraft hangar or multi-bay auto shop.
Please see below for a more in-depth cost breakdown for the two main building design options.
|Construction Method||Material Cost *||Foundation Cost||Labor Cost||TOTAL||Cost per Square Foot||Cost Saving **|
|Steel Straight Wall||$21,600||$10,800||$19,200||$51,600||$21.50/SF||51%|
|Steel Quonset Hut||$16,800||$10,800||$19,200||$46,800||$19.50/SF||55%|
|Steel Straight Wall||$27,600||$10,800||Zero (self build)||$38,400||$16.00/SF||63%|
|Steel Quonset Hut||$23,000||$10,800||Zero (self build)||$33,800||$14.08/SF||68%|
* Excluding accessories & delivery charges
** Compared to traditional 2×4 wooden construction