Commercial Steel Building in Gillette, Wyoming


Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was the manufacturer and supplier of this prefabricated steel building in Gillette, Wyoming, in October of 2012.

Nowadays, it functions as an industrial shop for Gillette’s Flying Colors, Inc., a locally-based provider of sandblasting and painting services as well as automotive and industrial paints, commercial coatings, and related supplies. A trusted community resource since 2005, Flying Colors offers competitive pricing, quality products, and delivery options for customers.

Offering a Full Line of Sandblasting Supplies, Industrial Paints

Locally owned and operated, Flying Colors stocks a wide range of products used in industrial, residential, commercial, automotive and construction operations. It also serves as a one-stop shop for sandblasting businesses that need to purchase supplies or have their equipment undergo repair. This steel workshop and industrial facility gives Flying Colors owners the space they need to service and store goods while offering easy adaptability, should they need to expand their work or storage space in the future.

A part of northeastern Wyoming’s Campbell County, Gillette lies centrally within the state’s coal, oil and methane gas-production areas. Dubbed “The Energy Capital of the Nation,” the city of Gillette sits about 7 miles northwest of Sleepy Hollow and about 6.5 miles north of Antelope Valley-Crestview.

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Building Specifications

Offering the unrivaled strength, security and durability Wyoming buildings demand, this premanufactured metal shop features premium-quality, commercial-grade steel construction and a finished, fully erect size of 40’x60’x16’. Its obstruction-free, clear-span design provides plenty of room for housing sandblasting machinery and storing paint and other inventory, while a rugged, hardwearing Galvalume metal roof with a 3:12 pitch provides considerable protection from above.

Distributed throughout the steel industrial shop are (4) framed openings that enhance accessibility, among them (1) 12’x12’ opening enclosing (1) 12’x12’ overhead door, (1) 3070 opening harboring (1) 3070 steel walk door and (2) 16’x14’ framed openings, each enclosing one of (2) 16’x14’ overhead doors.

In order to adhere to local building code requirements and equip the steel workshop for Wyoming’s long, snowy winters and otherwise variable weather patterns, the metal building also features a 90-mph wind speed rating and a snow load of 30 pounds.