Metal Building Outlet was the proud provider of this pre-engineered steel building in Salinas, California, in mid-July of 2019.
Currently in use as a drive-thru, the structure is comprised of reliable, heavy-gauge steel components, and once erect, it stands 40’x74’x20’ in size. The drive-thru’s high overhead clearance makes it suitable for vehicles in a wide range of heights and sizes, and the building also offers unmatched structural integrity, holding its own in the face of heavy wind and rain, pests and similar sources of damage.
The roof of the steel drive-thru has a 1:12 pitch and is comprised of hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume panels. A 110-mph wind speed rating serves as an additional attribute included with regard for the climate and building code requirements governing construction at the build site.
The largest community in California’s Monterey County, the city of Salinas is located in the southern part of the Greater Bay Area. The community sits about 90 miles from King City and roughly 60 miles south of San Jose.
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