Executive design of the steel structure of the shelter at the fuel station in Kępsko, near Zielona Góra
The 7.8-meter-wide shelter consists of two parts, bent in relation to each other at a projection of 13 degrees.
Each part consists of Y-type frames fixed in reinforced concrete alloys and articulated with lattice purlins. The visible inward inclination of the roof slope allows for the construction, along the longitudinal axis of the shed, of a trough for rainwater drainage.
The stiffness of the structure is provided by braces densely spaced along the entire length of the building. In this model, non-standard connections between the trusses and the girder are made, as well as special openings for drainage in the connection of column forks.