Steel Building in Cincinnati, Ohio

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Cincinnati, Ohio in Hamilton County.  Built in 2010 it is located about 60 miles from Dayton and 100 miles from Columbus. This metal building is used as a personal shop and storage building.

Showcasing light stone exterior walls and a 4:12 pitch evergreen roof the building is attractive and functional.  The total finished dimensions of the metal building are 70’x160’x35’. It has two doors one 16’x16’ overhead door and a 3’x7’ walkdoor.

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Steel Building in Millersburg, Ohio

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Millersburg, Ohio the county seat of Holmes County.  Millersburg is located about 80 miles from Columbus and 40 miles from Mt. Vernon.  This metal agricultural building was purchased in March, 2013 by an Amish Farmer who uses it on his dairy farm to house his cows.

It is installed on a 4’ concrete stem wall for added stability. With the steel components from Nucor this building has a wind load of 90 MPH and a snow load of 14 PSF (RSL) and 20 PSF (GSL).  Additionally, the 1:12 pitched roof features an energy efficient R-10 insulation package. The 80’x125’x14’ barn has three overhead doors of varying sizes – 14’x12’, 14’x14’, and 16’x2’.

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Metal Building in Cincinnati, Ohio

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Cincinnati, Ohio the county seat of Hamilton County.  It is located about 55 miles from Dayton and 120 miles from Indianapolis.

The galvalume-colored steel arch building was purchased by Frederick Steel in December, 2010.  Used as a metal shop building Frederick Steel stores materials and equipment in this handy metal PowerBilt building.  The finished dimensions of this arch building are 35’x34’x16’.

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Metal Storage Building

Metal Building in Wooster, Ohio

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Wooster, Ohio, the county seat of Wayne County in the heart of Amish Country. Located about 35 miles from Akron and 100 miles from Columbus, this building provides equipment storage for Coblentz Equipment Company.