Universal Steel Buildings has provided a pre-engineered steel building to a latest Fastenal store situated at Lower Burrell close to Greensburg at Pennsylvania. Galvalume steel is used to build the roof of the 5000 square-foot building. Each panel, including sidewalls, is built with heavy-duty 24 gauge steel.
White colour paint has been used for interior beams and light stone “cool” paint for the exterior of the building. After completion of the building, “simple saver” insulation system will be used for the insulation. The building is expected to be completed by March end.
Fastenal supplies items such as HVAC, plumbing and cutting tools, automotive and fasteners to customers. It has its own distribution network to cater to the needs of local customers. Almost everything is available in this chain store to manage natural disaster, which includes power tools, safety gears, flashlights, first aid tools and even water bottles. The company takes effort to construct or renovate buildings according to environmental standards, which is a part of its “Green Corporate Responsibility” initiative. Materials are purchased from local suppliers, who follow eco-friendly operations.
Universal Steel Buildings, a provider of pre-engineered steel buildings for more than 40 years, supplies Olympia Steel Buildings to military and civilian agencies, government, agricultural, industrial, commercial and residential purposes.
These steel buildings have weather-resistant PBR roof and the customers can even choose the company’s patented Zeus-Shield standing seam metal roofing system for the steel building. High quality materials have been used for the construction of these GSA approved steel buildings.
The precisely engineered steel buildings can be erected with expertise as “tight” buildings, which minimize air infiltration and thus, save the cost of HVAC.