Now part of an expansive and scenic residential property, the rugged, hardwearing steel building sits next to a large man-made lake on the grounds and serves a variety of different purposes for the owner. Ideal for agricultural use or farm equipment storage, among other purposes, the building offers optimal strength and durability, and it holds its own when faced with inclement weather, pests, strong winds and similar Midwestern construction concerns.
By the Numbers
Equal parts attractive and useful, this steel building features a Dark Green exterior that blends seamlessly with the surrounding property. A heavy-duty Galvalume roof with White trim and a 2:12 pitch protects the inside of the building from the elements while guarding against corrosion, and (2) framed openings serve as additional metal building features. These include (1) 3070 framed opening and (1) overhead door opening.
A wind speed rating of 85 mph serves as another steel building customization; an inclusion made out of respect for local building code requirements as well as the typical climate characteristics of Bryant and the surrounding region. Versatile, sustainable and multifunctional, this building is a valuable addition to the residential property, and while the property has since changed hands, this building remains onsite today.
Affordable, Customizable Construction Solutions
Steel buildings have come a long way in terms of aesthetics over the years, and today’s steel buildings can combine a wide variety of architectural elements to achieve the look and feel a buyer seeks. Almost completely customizable when it comes to doors, windows, insulation, ventilation, ceiling height, exterior facades and more, prefabricated metal buildings are also generally faster to erect than wooden alternatives, resulting in major construction savings for buyers.
This particular steel building has served a multitude of purposes since its erection more than two decades ago, maintaining its structural integrity and aesthetic appeal despite undergoing heavy usage along the way. A small, sparsely populated community in eastern Indiana, Bryant falls within Bearcreek Township, in Jay County. The area lies about 102 miles outside Indianapolis and about 90 miles northeast of Carmel, Indiana.
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