Prefabricated Steel Church Building in Waldorf, Maryland
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., was the proud manufacturer and supplier of this pre-engineered steel church building in Waldorf, Maryland, in May of 2015.
Equal parts attractive and functional, the steel building offers unsurpassed strength and durability and currently serves as a church building for LifePoint Church, which has roots in the surrounding community that dates back to 1966. In addition to uniting parishioners during three different Sunday morning sessions, LifePoint Church has an active, engaging kids’ program and is also known for its inspiring gospel, contemporary Christian, and other music.
Affordable, Customizable Prefabricated Religious Buildings
Economical, sustainable, and engineered-to-last, premanufactured metal churches, synagogues, mosques, and other religious buildings provide low-maintenance alternatives to traditional wood construction, saving congregations considerable money. In addition to resulting in lower construction costs, because they arrive partially put together, pre-engineered church building kits also come with low lifetime costs of ownership, resulting in even bigger savings.
A suburb of Washington, D.C., Waldorf, Maryland, is a part of Charles County, in the southern part of the state. The area sits about 23 miles south-southeast of Washington, D.C., and about 55 miles outside Baltimore.
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Boasting a striking, aesthetically pleasing Misty Grey-colored exterior that offers impressive curb appeal, this energy-efficient steel church building stands 90.33’x122.33’x13’ in size once erect, providing plenty of space for worship, recreation, community gathering and more. Constructed using rugged, damage-resistant steel parts, the metal church has unparalleled structural integrity, and its Charcoal Grey-colored roof resists corrosion and has a 4:12 pitch.
Installed in the roof is an 8” layer of WMP-VR faced fiberglass insulation, which delivers impressive thermal performance and helps keep the church’s energy bills low while making for a more comfortable interior environment. The steel church also has (27) framed openings in a range of different sizes throughout, among them (8) 3’4”x7’2” walk door openings, (2) 6’4”x7’2” openings, (10) 3.34’x6’ windows, (6) 3.34’x4.67’ windows and (1) 6.67’x6’ window, ensuring that the church gets plenty of natural sunlight inside.
The steel church also features a number of accommodations made with regard for the climate of Waldorf and the surrounding area. In addition to an 8” rain gutter along six different locations, the church features a 20-psf snow load and a wind speed rating of 120 mph.