Steel Building in Aztec, New Mexico

Metal Building Outlet was the supplier of this premanufactured steel building in Aztec, New Mexico, in early November of 2020.

Insulated, energy efficient and highly customized in line with the buyer’s needs, the building now functions as an agricultural shop and features premium-quality steel construction. Once erect, the MBO-supplied metal shop has high overhead clearance and its roof resists corrosion as it is comprised of hardwearing, damage-resistant steel.

Found throughout the steel shop are (9) framed door and vent openings ranging in size. 6″ fiberglass insulation rolls are installed in the shop’s roof and 4″ insulation in its walls to keep interior temperatures consistent and energy bills low. The shop also features a recommended snow load and wind speed rating, maintaining compliance with building codes in place at the property address.

Building Information and Special Features







Roof Pitch


Roof Sheeting

26 Gauge Galvalume PBR

Wall Sheeting

26 Gauge Galvalume PBR

Wind Speed

115 MPH

Snow Load

35 PSF


(1) 45’x18’6″ framed opening intended for a bi-fold door, (4) 16’x18′ Amarr Series 2432 doors, and (2) 3070 black steel insulated 20-gauge commercial walk doors with lever locks.


Roof: R-19 Insulation | Walls: R-13 Insulation

Other Features

(2) 3030 framed openings intended for vents


San Juan County

Home to the Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec is part of San Juan County, in northwestern New Mexico. The community sits about 6 miles outside Flora Vista and roughly 36 miles south of Durango, Colorado.

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