Carolina Creek Christian Camp’s Metal Building Construction Employs Whirlwind Steel

Whirlwind Steel Buildings is a metal building producer located at Houston, TX. It has now achieved a construction contract for the Carolina Creek Christian Camp’s 27,000 sq.ft additive.

The project includes the construction of two metal buildings, being added to the present conventional frame bunkhouse. This new addition will be Carolina Creek facility’s third camp area.

The measurement of the first building is 130’ x 130’x 28’. The second building measures 92’ x 110’ x 14’, which is relatively smaller than the first one. The project focuses on renovating the existing structures. Construction operation will be carried out for a dining hall roofed with wall panels and Super Span X roof, with less than 8’-0” eave canopy enclosing the building’s perimeter.

The Ark building, designed to be the camp’s recreation area is a 130-ft clear span structure. The reverse tapered columns are meticulously crafted and placed along with the sculpted wood-framed bow and stern. These entire creations combine together to give an alluring aesthetic appearance. This splendid recreational area will be specially constructed with audio visual equipment, basketball goals that will add to the structure’s multiple-use capabilities.

Carolina Creek Christian Camp accentuates spreading the love of Jesus Christ to the world, with its new remarkable facility being constructed to furnish its objective. The diverse sports and activities in the recreational area will encourage the youth and adults of the community.

Established in 1955, Whirlwind Steel Buildings is a producer of steel building and pre-engineered steel building components, serving the institutional, agricultural, residential, self-storage, commercial and industrial markets.

Source: http://www.whirlwindsteel.com/

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