Adding an office and entry to a steel building is a cost effective method and yet has a nice acetic look. This is a building I designed for the Port of Kalama WA. We used a mono pour foundation for this Port of Kalama commercial building.
This is the backside showing the loading docks.
I combined some block with steel on this building I designed for the Veterans in Chehalis WA.
A combination of mono pour and footing foundation were used this building to keep the cost down for this building built on fill to get above the flood plain.
The following are photos of the Mill in Quincy and Sonora CA that I did for Sierra Pacific Industries. (SPI) SPI is headquartered out of Anderson CA with mills along the west coast of the USA and is the world's second largest lumber producer behind Weyerhaeuser Company.
All of the mills require cranes for servicing equipment.
The mill under construction in Quincy CA. The laydown area was tight so we stager shipped to the material as needed.
Regardless of size we have the ability to accommodate any request.
All of the mills for SPI require bridge cranes throughout. I only supply the crane rails and SPI takes care of the cranes and top rail.
This mill is under the final construction stages and is almost ready for production.
Proper design is critical to make sure all equipment fits. You can see space is tight in this building.
Just to let you know¸¸ I'm very impressed with the quality of the CBC metal building at our SPI Sonora, CA plant. In particular the light panels on the end and side walls. They really let in a lot of light. See attached image. Thanks, Bob Stricklan SPI
Photos provided by CBC buildings that they have designed and produced.
This is a feed farm store.
We can free span close to 400 feet.