Almost any building can be reconstructed and used as a storehouse for fruit and vegetables. It is common to reconstruct storehouses built in Soviet times, such as barns, poultry farms and silo pits. The cost of reconstruction could be comparable to the cost of building an arched frameless hangar with the same storage capacity, so it would be appropriate to conduct an in-depth study on reconstruction.
These days, we see a trend towards enlarging storage capacity by means of stacking height. The main disadvantage of existing buildings built in Soviet times is their low ceilings, which leads to a decrease in storage capacity. Ceilings in modern storehouses are over 8 meters high.
When reconstructing a building, it’s important to wisely choose and adapt modern storage technology.