Prefab Storage Building in Buffalo, Wyoming

Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was pleased to manufacture and supply this pre-engineered steel building on behalf of a client in Buffalo, Wyoming, in May of 2016.

Now used as a sand storage building by members of the Johnson County Road & Bridge Department, the building features top-of-the-line steel construction, offering the strength, stability and durability Wyoming’s variable climate requires. The building houses sand the department uses to maintain more than 550 miles of county roads, many of which feel the impact of the area’s burgeoning mineral and methane extraction industry.

Servicing More Than 550 Miles of Scenic Country

A top choice among those seeking affordable, reliable long-term storage solutions, pre-engineered steel buildings hold their own through the years, requiring very little in terms of maintenance and upkeep. This particular steel sand storage buildings allows members of the Johnson County Road & Bridge to better serve the surrounding community by enhancing safety on county roads and providing a safe, exceedingly durable space to store goods used in roadway maintenance.

A part of north-central Wyoming’s Johnson County, the city of Buffalo is experiencing something of an economic boom as it plays an increasingly central role in the region’s methane production and extraction efforts. Situated at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains, making it a popular hub for outdoor recreation enthusiasts, Buffalo sits about 36 miles southeast of Sheridan and roughly 70 miles west of Gillette.

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Building Specifications

Rugged, economical and built to last, the prefabricated metal storage building features an open front sidewall, while its left end wall and 30” of its back sidewall boast an 8’ high concrete wall. Altogether, the steel sand storage building stands 30’x80’x14.5’ in size, while a rugged, corrosion-resistant Galvalume roof sits overhead, offering a 1:12 roof pitch.

Stone Beige in color, the building arrived pre-assembled in carefully labeled components, streamlining the erection process, and it stands strong in the face of numerous potential Wyoming construction hazards, among them pests, moisture, fire and heavy snowfall.