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Steel Church Building in Foley, Alabama

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Foley, Alabama, in August of 2015.

Crafted from premium-grade components supplied by Nucor Building Systems, the building stands 40’x80’x20’ and is now used as a church. Overhead is a durable, corrosion-resistant Galvalume roof with a 1:12 roof pitch.

To maximize energy efficiency and minimize related costs, the building has R-19 insulation in its roof and R-13 insulation in its walls. In addition to enhancing the building’s energy efficiency, the insulation helps minimize outside noise while improving interior comfort for building users. In consideration of the Foley area’s typical climate conditions, the building boasts a high wind speed of 140 mph.

Located in southern Alabama’s Baldwin County, the city of Foley is a part of the Daphne – Fairhope – Foley Micropolitan Statistical Area. It sits about 41 miles outside Mobile and 12 miles from Gulf Shores.

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Steel Church Building in Rogers, Arkansas

Metal Building Outlet provided this pre-engineered steel church building for a customer located in Rogers, Arkansas, in June of 2016.

Boasting attractive, desert sand-colored paint, the rugged, long-lasting metal building stands 60’x140’x15’ in size and is crafted using top-of-the-line steel materials. Overhead, covering and protecting the structure is a hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal roof with a 1:12 pitch. Inside the building is (1) 12’x14’ framed opening, and it also boasts a wind speed rating of 115 mph and a snow load of 15 lbs. These additions were made in consideration of the typical climate of Rogers and the surrounding region.

The eight-largest city in Arkansas, Rogers is a part of Benton County in the northwestern corner of the state. It sits about 11 miles outside Springdale and about 8 miles from Bentonville.

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