Metal Building in Meadow Lake, Alaska

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated metal building for a buyer in Meadow Lake, Alaska, in April of 2019.

Rugged, durable and heavily insulated to allow for year-round use in Alaska’s variable climate, the building stands 40’x50’x16’ in size once erect, and it now functions as a shop.

Metal Building in Anchor Point, Alaska

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated steel building for a customer in Anchor Point, Alaska in early November of 2014.

Fox gray in color, the metal building is constructed from Nucor Building Systems components, and boasts a finished size of 80’x100’x22’. Covered by a Galvalume roof with a 1.5:12 roof pitch, the building is now used as a shop by the owner.

Steel Riding Arena in Soldotna, Alaska

Metal Building Outlet supplied this pre-engineered steel building for a buyer in Soldotna, Alaska.

Light stone in color and crafted from Nucor Building Systems components, the building is now used as a riding arena. It stands 80’x180’x16’ and is covered by a Galvalume roof with a 1:12 roof pitch.

The large-scale metal building boasts a total of (25) framed openings, among them (3) that are 12’x14’ in size, (2) that are covered by 3070 walk doors and an additional (20) 3’x10’ skylight windows. The building also has R-3 insulation in the roof to help minimize energy expenditures while enhancing overall user comfort, as well as, a high wind speed of 120 mph and a snow load of 70 lbs. in consideration of Alaska’s arctic climate and considerable precipitation and snowfall.

The City of Soldotna is located in the Kenai Peninsula Borough in southern Alaska. It sits about 93 miles outside Seward and 11 miles from Kenai.

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Steel Building in Kenai, Alaska

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Kenai, Alaska. Located in the scenic Kenai Peninsula Borough and about 160 miles from Anchorage and about 10 miles from Kalifornisky, this southern Alaska building features some of the most popular and durable weather options available.

The all purpose building features high quality parts from Nucor and was purchased in May, 2013. The building itself is 50’x100’x18’ with a galvalume roof and a 3:12 roof pitch designed to handle snow.  This metal building also features a wind and snow load rating that will stand up to Alaska’s famous storms.  The wind load for this metal building is 85 MPH and the roof snow load is 49 PSF.

It is also is insulated with 6” thermal efficient steel building insulation, with an R19 rating.  Metal Building Outlet uses the highest quality energy efficient insulation and offers a variety of accessories to complete your metal building insulation projects.

The building is accessible through five doors – three 14’x12’ overhead doors and two 3’x7’ walk doors.

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Metal Building in Ketichikan, Alaska

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Ketichikan, Alaska, about 115 miles from Prince Rupert and Terrace, Canada.

This metal shop building is constructed with quality Garco materials and has a galvalume roof.  The building has a finished size of 32’x48’x16’ and is well insulated to withstand the harsh cold conditions of the Alaska climate. The walls, roof and doors are all insulated.  The walls and roof are insulated with energy efficient R-10 insulation.  The wind load is 85 MPH.  Snow load for this building was a ground snow load of 43 PSF.

The doors of the building are both insulated. They are 14’x14’ and a 4’x7’ walk door to give easy access to the interior of the shop.

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Steel Building in Petersburg, Alaska

Metal Building in Seward, Alaska

This Nucor brand metal building was purchased from Metal Building Outlet in early 2013. This 45’x100’x16’ Evergreen-colored steel building has a Sagebrush-colored roof, two 12’x14’ doors. It has a wind load of 130 mph exposure C and a roof snow load of 80 lbs. The owner opted for spray foam insulation.

It shipped to Seward, Alaska a city within the Kenai Peninsula Borough that lies about 127 miles from Anchorage and 167 miles from Palmer.  From the factory in Utah, it will travel through the Port of Seattle in Washington before being loaded by forklift into a flat rate container and then ultimately making its way north to its final destination, Seward via Alaska Logistics. In addition to handling the purchase of the building, Metal Building Outlet will provide the framework for its field-located framed openings.

Seward is located in one of Alaska’s warmer areas near the coastline. It is considered the ninth most lucrative fisheries port in the United States and also experiences a thriving tourism industry.

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Foam Insulated Panels for a Building in Point Lay, Alaska

These Kingspan brand foam insulation panels were purchased from Metal Building Outlet by G & S Management in March of 2012 and were installed into the existing Point Lay Power Plant.

The large materials purchase included 3,684 square feet of 6″ R-49 Regal White Panels and 6,087 square feet of 6″ R-49 Dove Gray Panels for the walls and an additional 10,366 square feet of 6″ R-48 Slate Blue Standing Seam Roof Panels. These foam insulated panels offer some of the highest R-values available resulting in tremendous energy savings for residents and businesses in Alaska. The Point Lay area particularly is well-known for its polar tundra climate and temperatures that range from about -27°F to 56°F in an average year.

Point Lay is located on the shores of the Chukchi Sea, 151 miles from Noatak and 182 miles from the Cape Krusenstern National Monument. The foam insulation panels were shipped directly from the factory to the Port of Seattle in Washington from there they were shipped into Alaska via Alaska Logistics.

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Yakutat Power Plant

Steel Building in Yakutat, Alaska

The 10,426sqft Yakutat Power Plant features Kingspan brand foam insulation panels purchased from Metal Building Outlet by Sunland Development in June of 2011. It is now insulated by 5,581 square feet of 2” R-16 Tahoe Blue wall panels and 4,845 square feet of 3” R-24 Zinc Grey standing seam roof panels.

High R-values like those offer tremendous insulating power resulting in substantial energy savings and an estimated 30 percent reduction in the building’s overall energy use. In addition to providing excellent thermal performance, these panels improve air tightness and moisture control while providing building users with a comfortable, stable interior environment and a clean finished look both inside and out.

The City and Borough of Yakutat lies in lowlands along the Gulf of Alaska about 208 miles from the capital city of Juneau and 366 miles from Anchorage. Originally shipped from Modesto, California, these insulation panels made their way to the Port of Seattle in Washington before ultimately shipping into Alaska via the Alaska Marine Lines.

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Metal Building in Wasilla, Alaska