Metal Workshop Building in Roy, Montana
Metal Building Outlet supplied a metal workshop building to Valley Metal Buildings in 2018. Valley Metal teamed with MBO to design a building for a government wildlife refuge, Sand Creek Wildlife Station in Roy, Montana. This metal building serves as a shop on the grounds of the administrative offices for the Montana Department of Natural Resource and support staff. The building was designed to combine heavy-duty metal construction with supreme functionality during the harsh winter climate. From Yellowstone to the Yukon and everywhere in between, we have a cold weather package for every blueprint and every metal building kit. Take a look at this building in Big Sky Country and tell us what you think!
Building Information and Special Features
|26 Gauge PBR|
|26 Gauge PBR|
|(4) 3070 Walk Doors & (2) 12’x16’ overhead doors|
|There is an extra collateral load designed & manufactured into this buildings roof to support a ceiling sprinkler system.|
The Wildlife Station is staffed during business hours and with information on trails and public parks. The Sand Creek Wildlife Stations provides a unique representation of the rugged Missouri River Breaks and adjacent sagebrush grassland. The landscape is little changed from the time that Lewis and Clark came up the valley in 1804. The Breaks (deep canyons) formed when the Missouri River was forced into a new channel by glaciers during the Ice Age. The steep, rapidly eroding canyons resulted in sites favorable for the establishment of Douglas-fir, Ponderosa pine and Rocky Mountain juniper. Plains cottonwood line the Missouri River and sagebrush grassland finger out onto the ridges between the canyons.