Prefab. Garage & Warehouse in Parker, Colorado
This impressive and eye-catching steel warehouse in Parker, Colorado, houses fine art sculptures and vintage cars. Manufactured by Sunward Steel and delivered to Parker in September of 2022, the building strikes a balance between functionality and aesthetics and serves as a testament to the strength and beauty of steel construction.
The spacious and well-lit interior creates a gallery-like atmosphere that showcases the owner’s fine art collection, while the warehouse’s metal framework offers superior protection for his assortment of collector cars. The building also has numerous custom features throughout, including a mezzanine that creates a second floor, gutters and downspouts that allow rain and snow to drain off the roof easily, and 2’ eave extensions that help protect the warehouse’s outside walls.
Charcoal Gray exterior walls and Rustic Red architectural trim give the steel warehouse great curb appeal, while door openings in several sizes make it easy for the owner to move large sculptures and vintage vehicles cars in and out with ease.
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Standing 40’x80’x20’ the clear-span steel warehouse has 3,200 square feet of usable interior space on the first floor and another 1,600 square feet of second-floor space created by the mezzanine. A hardy Galvalume steel roof with a 3:12 pitch helps protect art, cars and everything else stored inside from Colorado’s harsh elements, helping stored goods maintain their pristine condition, and (2) 6’x2’ and (2) 4’x’4’ windows flood the interior with natural light, making it ideal for displaying fine art.
In terms of doors, the metal warehouse has (1) 6’4”x7’2” walk door, (2) 12’x12’ overhead garage doors and (1) 16’x8’ overhead door. Engineered to meet the strict wind and snow load requirements currently in place in Parker, the warehouse building also boasts a 115-mph wind load and a 35-psf roof snow load.
Versatile, multifunctional steel construction solutions
Resistant to pests, fire, moisture and other hazards, prefabricated warehouses safeguard valuable assets, reducing the risk of damage and the need for constant maintenance. Adaptable and spacious, their open floorplans allow for easy customization, creating an ideal environment for storage or displays. This flexibility is especially beneficial when it comes to housing fine art and classic cars, helping these valuables remain secure and well-preserved for years to come.
Located in north-central Colorado, Parker is the second-most-populated community in Douglas County, with only Castle Rock having more residents. Many Parker residents commute to Denver, which sits about 23 miles away.