Metal Arch Building in Navasota, Texas
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., was the proud manufacturer and supplier of this pre-engineered steel building in Navasota, Texas, in January of 1999.
These days, the steel agricultural building sits on the grounds of the headquarters of B Weaver Apiaries, a local beekeeping business specializing in queen bees, package bees, established hives, bee supplies and premium-quality honey. In operation since 1888, the family-owned and -operated beekeeping business carefully selects the queen bees and package bees it offers for sale, resulting in unmatched quality.
In addition to operating a year-round store where customers can purchase equipment and supplies used in beekeeping efforts, B Weaver Apiaries also hosts several educational events throughout the year, including “Field Days” throughout the spring where locals can check out live hiving demonstrations taught by fifth-generation beekeeper, Clint Weaver.
Affordable Agricultural Construction Solutions
In addition to providing construction solutions for use in the beekeeping industry, metal arch buildings are ideal for a broad range of agricultural and commercial needs. Often used for equipment storage, feed storage, livestock storage, growing efforts and similar objectives, metal arch buildings undergo fast, easy erection in comparison to wood buildings, significantly reducing construction costs. This particular metal arch building serves as an important business asset for B Weaver Apiaries and has been an integral part of company operations for more than 20 years.
Known as the “Blues Capital of Texas,” Navasota has land in Grimes and Brazos counties, in east-central Texas. The community sits about 25 miles northeast of Brenham and about 40 miles west of Conroe.
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Rugged, versatile and long-lasting, this pre-engineered metal building provides a safe and covered place for B Weaver Apiaries team members to perform a variety of agricultural operations for the Texas-based beekeeping business. Featuring an arch design that eliminates interior obstructions and maximizes usable space, the steel arch building stands 40’x80.3’ once erect, and it is comprised of high-end Galvalume steel components.
The front and rear ends of the steel building are open, making for easy accessibility, and (2) 27” x14” knee skylights that allow natural light to pour in from above serve as additional features. Other metal agricultural building customizations include (2) spinning turbine vents, (2) sets of 3”x8” door lights and a 100-mph wind speed rating, the last of which engineers included during the construction process to ensure compliance with local building codes. Hardwearing, low maintenance and easy to erect, this building is highly sustainable and also easily adaptable, should its owners wish to expand its size sometime in the future.