El Centro

El Centro

This pre-engineered metal building shade structure is located in Imperial County, CA. The structure is being used for the main gate entry at the Naval Air Facility, El Centro. The building consisted of standing seam metal roofing and a PBR partial wall.
Solar Carport-Idaho

Solar Carport-Idaho

This carport is located in Boise, ID. It is a pre-engineered steel building with a T-Shape Canopy designed for solar panels with all walls open. Single Slope roof with 1/12 slope. The building has gutter and downspouts on the low-side. Solar panels and hardware were provided by the owners. This array provides 8 covered parking spaces for the business complex and is pre-wired for a charging station, to be added later, for electric car...
Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Fitness Center Project Details Located in Area 33 at military base Camp Pendleton, CA, this pre-engineered steel fitness center consists of a standing seam metal roof and a shadow rib exterior wall panel. As you can see from the photos, the clear span structure—no interior support beams—offers an unencumbered workout floor and covers 37,000 square feet. The building includes insulation, temperature control systems, and windows to maintain a comfortable atmosphere during cold desert nights and hot summer days. The excellent choice of white siding and red trim fits nicely with the surrounding chaparral environment, and the top-quality, American-made steel building components will support our troops training and off-duty workouts for years to come. High ceilings. Wide-open floors. Low costs. The biggest challenge of recreational facilities is maintaining structural integrity without interior columns hindering traditional open floor activities. Pre-engineered metal buildings offer the best cost-effective and structurally sound solution. Conventional building methods with conventional materials don’t come close to pre-fabricated steel in cost, support, or long-lasting durability. With pre-engineered steel components, short deadlines and rare extensions are the norm, meaning more cost-savings and less headache inducing complications. Column-free interiors meet evolving recreational facilities. Open floor, column-free interiors offer the versatility needed for recreational facilities today. Rec centers are no longer just for basketball, gymnastics and general fitness. What were once unconventional activities, such as go-kart courses, trampoline gyms, rock climbing, roller rinks, indoor soccer and more, are now becoming staples in the recreational facility market. Clear span buildings—like the Camp Pendleton Fitness center featured here—offer a diverse range of applications for your members today and, should you ever choose to sell,...