Prefabricated Metal Shop and Warehouse in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., fabricated and supplied these (2) pre-engineered metal buildings in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The now-owner purchased the first building, a warehouse, in August of 2007, and it arrived at the build site in April of 2008. The owner purchased the second steel building, a shop, at the same time as the first, and it arrived at the build site in November of 2011.
Engineered for use by Anderson & McQuaid Co., Inc., a Cambridge-based lumber milling specialist, the buildings feature top-quality steel construction, resulting in unparalleled strength and durability. The steel warehouse gives company executives a safe, secure space to store inventory, while the expansive metal shop building gives them space for construction, milling and woodworking efforts.
Steel Shop & Warehouse Features & Specs
Stone Beige in color, Anderson & McQuaid’s metal warehouse building stands 70’x80’x19’4” once fully erect and has a rugged Galvalume single-slope roof with a 2:12 pitch and complementing Royal Red trim. Equal parts attractive and functional, the building offers ample space for storing company assets and machinery, and the building in its entirety sits atop an 8” stem wall. The steel warehouse has (5) framed openings that welcome building users and sunlight inside, among them (3) 3070 commercial walk door openings, (1) 20’x14’ overhead door opening and (1) 4’x4’ window.
The second prefabricated metal building, meanwhile, is 30’x150’x20’-25’ when erect, and it, too, features a hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume single-slope roof with a 2:12 pitch and Royal Red trim. The metal workshop sits atop piers and has (9) framed openings throughout, which include (3) 3070 walk door openings enclosing (3) 3070 walk doors and (6) 20’x18’ overhead doors ideal for moving largescale woodworking and other machinery in and out.
Both Anderson McQuaid metal buildings also boast several features that keep them compliant with applicable building code requirements. Each building has a 100-mph wind speed rating and a 30-psf snow load.
Affordable, Reliable Construction Solutions
Often used for warehouse, storage, industrial, manufacturing and similar purposes, pre-engineered steel buildings are typically more affordable, faster to raise and more sustainable than wood alternatives. Unlike wood buildings, they require only minimal maintenance over time, and they are also completely recyclable once they reach the end of their lifespans.
Massachusetts’ fifth-most-populated city after Boston, Worcester, Springfield and Lowell, Cambridge is home to Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Part of eastern Massachusetts’ Middlesex County, the community sits about 3.5 miles outside Boston.
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