Thinking about a 80 x 60 Steel Building - any advice or contractors here?

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  1. bassman2

    bassman2
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    So I've got a piece of CR1 property in clark county and I'm thinking of adding a steel building next to the existing block building.

    It would be used as a private indoor sports facility and as extra parking for a few toys.

    The site has power, water and septic lines readily available. But it may not need any water or sewer due to the proximity of the existing building.

    So - I'm looking for advice/local companies to work with.
    Thanks!
     
  2. darkminstrel

    darkminstrel
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    I've actually been researching this recently myself. Planning on putting a shop on whatever house+land we end up buying. The most important thing I've seen to be certain of is the thickness of the roof metal as well as ventilation and insulation of it.
     
  3. bassman2

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    I've looked at web steel before... Spendy!
     
  4. orygun

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    I had a pole barn built in 1998. I used Econo-Fab. I think they were out of Hillsboro. Decent building for a decent price. Mine is 24x40.
     

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