Industrial Meat-Packing Plant in Arizona
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was pleased to fabricate and supply this pre-engineered steel building for a customer in Chino Valley, Arizona, in August of 2004.
These days, the durable, versatile steel building serves as an agricultural and commercial building for Perkinsville Meat Processing, a family-owned business and butcher shop with a long, storied history in the region. The state-inspected company is a popular stop for local farmers, ranchers and hunters and specializes in domestic and wild game meat, processing cattle, sheep, pigs, lamb, goats, elk, deer, javelina, antelope and buffalo. In addition to processing a wide variety of meat for consumption, the family behind Perkinsville Meat Processing prides itself on maintaining a clean facility and work environment and providing top-notch customer service for its clientele.
Meat-Processing Plant Details
Stone Beige in color, the metal meat-packing plant features top-quality steel construction, resulting in unrivaled durability. Once erect, the prefabricated metal building stands 24’x60’x19’ in size, and overhead, it features a hardwearing Galvalume metal roof that resists corrosion and offers protection from the elements.
The metal meat-processing plant boasts several framed openings, among them (1) 3070 opening enclosing (1) 3070 walk door, and it also features a number of attributes added in consideration of local building code requirements and weather patterns. Such accommodations include a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 30-psf snow load.
Affordable Commercial & Industrial Construction Solutions
A popular construction option for buyers looking to house industrial or commercial operations, pre-engineered steel buildings are easily customizable to accommodate any number of different business needs. From climate-control options to ventilation, windows, doors, bays, mezzanines and other possible inclusions, steel buildings offer affordable, sustainable alternatives to wooden buildings, and they are also fire-resistant, making them particularly suitable for industrial operations.
This particular steel processing plant has served the business owners and community well for years, and company owners have placed a special emphasis on maintaining relationships with local land owners, managers and users so they can continue to manage the state’s meatpacking and processing needs.
Part of Yavapai County, the town of Chino Valley covers about 63 square miles. The community sits about 15 miles from Prescott and about 44 miles outside Cottonwood.