FBi Buildings

The new Farm Plan Book by FBi Buildings features 20 custom floor plans designed by farmers for farmers. This catalog includes cold storage, farm shops, and multi-purpose buildings that will meet your unique needs. 

    • Cold Storage: The outdoor elements (e.g., rain, sun, snow, and wind) can dramatically affect the performance of your farm equipment. Protect your investment with a new storage building.
    • Farm Shops: Do you need large overhead doors to service and store your heavy machinery in the winter months? An insulated farm shop will keep your farm running during the off-season.
  • Multi-Purpose Buildings: If you’re looking to maximize your budget, a multi-purpose building gives you the design flexibility to combine different types of pole barns without breaking the bank.

If a layout catches your eye, but you’d like to make a change, please let us know. All of our pole barns and building features are customizable. No cookie-cutter floor plans here.

You can also design the perfect post-frame building with our 3D Online Tool. Submit your building design to us, and a member of our sales team will call you to begin the estimating process.

About FBi Buildings

FBi Buildings is a family-owned post-frame construction company located in northern Indiana. Since 1958, we’ve constructed over 20,000 agriculture, commercial, equine, and residential buildings throughout the Midwest. Please call us at (800) 552-2981 or visit fbibuildings.com for your pole barn needs.

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