Steel Welding Shop Addition in Bowman, North Dakota

Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was the manufacturer and provider of this prefabricated metal building in Bowman, North Dakota, in December of 2010.

Purchased as an addition to an existing shop owned by Randy’s Welding, Inc., a Bowman-based, family-owned business operated by brothers and certified welders Brad and Chad Hlebechuk, the building features top-of-the-line steel construction, providing a durable, secure work environment for users. The inside of the building houses the business’s steel, aluminum, stainless steel and cast iron welding operations, and it also serves as a storage area for an extensive inventory of welding materials and supplies customers can purchase through Randy’s.

North Dakota’s 24-Hour Onsite Welder 

Highly regarded for its ability to take on precision welding projects and turn them around in record time, Randy’s Welding offers in-shop welding services, as well as 24-hour onsite welding assistance when needed. This building addition allows Randy’s Welding to expand its operations and increase its output so it can better serve its growing list of clients in and around the region.

Located within Bowman County in southwestern North Dakota, the city of Bowman is home to the state’s highest natural point, White Butte. The community lies roughly 60 miles south of Belfield and about 73 miles outside Dickinson.

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Building Specifications

Durable and built to last, the building addition features an unobstructed, clear-span design suitable for storing large trucks and welding equipment. It stands 60’x87’x16’ in size, while its blue exterior and complementing white trim match that of the existing shop building.

Rugged, secure and energy efficient, the steel welding shop makes for an ideal workspace, and a high-performance insulation package helps keep energy bills low and workers comfortable, regardless of North Dakota’s sometimes-extreme temperatures. In its roof, it features 6.5” of insulation, while another 4” of insulation line the walls.