What are some garage prices per square foot?

What they were looking for: “Storage building for RV and pickup truck. Need cement pad.”
Price paid: “$17 per sq. foot for a 24×40 steel garage building with I-beam and C channel construction. Includes concrete slab and all labor and materials.”

-Buyer from Edmond, OK

concrete slab with plans

What they were looking for: “This is for an auto and RV repair shop. One of the drive-through doors needs to be large enough for a Class A motor home to come through. We will need 1000 sq. feet for front office and 2 bathrooms.”
Price paid: “The garage prices per square foot that I paid were $52. We bought a 6,000 square foot building that was previously purchased for another project but will do what we need. Builder is local so is available to work through all of the government procedures for us. We didn’t just buy a building, we also got a contractor that will see the project through to the end.”

-Buyer from Kingman, AZ

What they were looking for: “Classic car storage shop, 14 feet tall for lift.”
Price paid: “$14 per sq. foot with complete construction – Survey, permits, concrete slab, piers, footings, steel beams wrapped in metal, 14′ side walls, insulation, labor and materials. The price was $2 cheaper than the other garage prices per square foot that I was given.”

-Buyer from Forney, TX

What they were looking for: “Looking for a 40×60 workshop, straight wall style, 3 inch roofing insulation and 6 inch wall insulation.”
Price paid: “Since we live in Morton building converted to a house we wanted a barn that would match our house. Final price was about $24 per square foot for fully insulated walls to R19, ceiling to R50, on 5″ rebar concrete slab, roll up garage door, two walk in door and the high performance windows. 12 feet high. All walls and ceiling are fully lined with steel.”

-Buyer from New Virginia, IA

What they were looking for: “Need garage prices per square foot on a 30×50 metal workshop for wood working, auto, mechanical, storage, RV parking, recreation, and machinist.”
Price paid: “$25,000 for 3,000 sq. feet from CBC.”

-Buyer from Ramona, CA

What they were looking for: “I am unsure of the size of metal building I need. I would like it to be tall enough to store a motorhome and wide enough to fit a 2 car garage door in addition to the RV garage door. We would love to have optional exterior features if possible, depending on cost ”
Price paid: “Under $30,000 for complete installation of a 1,581 sq. foot garage, two of the companies had quotes for the building in the $20,000’s and this did not include any installation.”

-Buyer from Oak Hills, CA