Pre-Engineered Steel Storage in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., manufactured and provided this pre-engineered steel building for a customer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in January of 2007.
These days, the building functions as a storage facility for Tulsa’s Heat Transfer Equipment Company, which manufactures heat exchangers for use in heating, cooling and related processes. In addition to producing complete shell and tube heat exchangers, the company performs a wide range of repair and replacement services, repairing existing equipment and replacing tube bundles, channels, shells, shell covers, gaskets and other components used in heat exchanger production.
Affordable, Versatile Storage Solutions
Available in a wide array of sizes and designs, steel storage buildings can accommodate personal storage needs as well as those of much larger commercial enterprises. Available with insulation or without, metal storage buildings are ideal for housing everything from cars, RVs and lawn equipment to livestock feed, salt and municipal equipment.
This industrial metal building has served the storage needs of the Heat Transfer Equipment Company for more than a decade, requiring only minimal maintenance along the way. Situated along the Arkansas River, the city of Tulsa is Oklahoma’s second-largest metropolitan area. Part of northeastern Oklahoma’s Tulsa County, the community lies about 105 miles northeast of Oklahoma City and about 56 miles outside Pawhuska.
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Featuring rugged, reliable steel construction, the metal storage building stands 20’x210’x17.55-18.33’ in size once erect, and it features a striking, Stone Beige exterior and a matching Stone Beige roof. The heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant metal roof has a 0.5:12 pitch, and the building boasts a number of key customizations throughout, including (24) 8’-6.5” translucent wall panels.
The steel storage building also features (11) framed openings, among them (3) 3070 walk door openings, enclosing (3) 3070 walk doors, (1) 10’x14’ overhead opening, (4) 28’x16’ overhead openings and (2) 20’x16’ overhead openings. A 90-mph wind speed rating and a 10-pound snow load serve as supplemental features added with respect for the climate characteristics and building code requirements in place across Tulsa.
The metal storage building also features several customizations added to help prevent moisture from pooling on top of the roof or near the building’s foundation, among them a 6” Burnished Slate-colored eave gutter and 120 linear feet of matching 5” downspouts. Rugged, reliable and engineered to last for generations, the metal storage building gives company employees a safe place to work and store valuable equipment and other assets while keeping them protected from the elements and other possible sources of damage.