Metal Arch Building in Allendale, Michigan

Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., manufactured and supplied this pre-engineered steel building on behalf of a customer in Allendale, Michigan, in July of 1998.

Rugged, reliable and easy to erect, the prefabricated metal arch building offers critical protection for against the elements, providing a safe, covered space to store automobiles, feed, farm supplies and other important assets. The self-supporting metal Quonset hut has no interior framing or posts, maximizing space and versatility for building owners, and all components used to build it arrived at the job site in clearly labeled packages, streamlining and shortening the construction process. 

Optimum Protection for Cars, RVs and Other Assets 

By keeping collector cars, RVs, motorcycles and other vehicles and toys out of the sun, snow and rain, pre-engineered steel arch buildings help them retain their value in the event that owners want to sell them down the line. A popular construction choice among those with automotive, agricultural or equine interests due to their affordability and easy customizability, metal Quonset huts protect investments while doubling as covered spaces building owners can utilize year-round.

A census-designated area along the eastern edge of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, Allendale sits within Allendale Charter Township, which is a part of Ottawa County. A commuter suburb of Grand Rapids, Allendale is a part of the Grand Rapids – Muskegon – Holland, Michigan, combined statistical area.

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Building Specifications

Offering unrivaled durability, the 40’x73.6’ metal arch building has 982 square feet of 29-gauge Galvalume Hi-Rib wall panels, and it is open along the front and rear ends. Both ends have flashing that seal seams and prevent water from seeping through, which is of particular importance given the sometimes-heavy snowfall seen throughout Allendale and the surrounding area. A 110-mph wind speed rating is another key feature; an inclusion made in consideration of regional climate patterns and building code requirements.