Steel Building in Pawcatuck, Connecticut

Metal Building Outlet was the proud provider of this pre-engineered steel building in Pawcatuck, Connecticut. The building stands 73’x55’x18’ once raised and features rugged, high-end steel construction. Boasting a striking, Buckskin Tan-colored exterior, the building is in operation as a shop, and its has a wide clear span that makes the most of available floor space and high overhead clearance that further enhances functionality.

Steel Farm Storage Building in Farmington, Connecticut

Metal Building Outlet supplied this pre-engineered steel storage building for a customer in Farmington, Connecticut, in April of 2019.

Offering uncompromised strength and durability, the reliable, energy-efficient metal building is comprised of rugged, high-end steel components, and it now functions as a mini storage center. Once fully erect, it stands 30’x130’x14’ in size, while a heavy-duty roof comprised of Galvalume metal panels sits overhead, offering a 0.5:12 pitch.

Within the roof of the self-storage building is R-19 insulation, while R-13 insulation sits within the walls. The insulation package helps stored goods maintain consistent temperatures, and it also reduces energy bills associated with the storage business. Other accommodations and customizations made out of respect for local climate characteristics and building codes include a wind speed rating of 115 mph and a snow load of 20 pounds.

Situated within central Connecticut’s Farmington Valley, the town of Farmington falls within Hartford County. The community sits about 10 miles west of Hartford and about two hours, by car, from Boston, Massachusetts.

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Steel Building in Meriden, Connecticut

Metal Building Outlet supplied this pre-engineered steel building in Meriden, Connecticut, in early March of 2015.

Now a shop for Automotive Core Recycling, one of the largest automotive core buyers in New England, the metal building boasts bold, sagebrush tan paint and stands 75’x15’x25’ in size. It is crafted from components from Nucor Building Systems and covered and protected by a rugged Galvalume roof with a 1.5:12 roof pitch. The metal building features (9) framed openings of varying sizes; among them (2) 14’x16’ overhead doors, (2) 3070 heavy-duty 20-gauge steel walk doors and (5) windows.

In consideration of the variable, four-season climate patterns of Meriden and the surrounding areas, the shop was designed with a wind speed of 100 mph and a ground snow load of 30 lbs.

Meriden is a part of southern Connecticut’s New Haven County. It sits about 16 miles outside Waterbury and 15 miles from North Haven.

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