Metal Building Systems: From Design to Completion
Metal Building Systems: From Design to Completion

Expansions & Remodels

Arrowhead Mobile Health Care, Show Low, AZ

2,460 Square Foot Expansion

10'-6" Low Eave


This project is an L-shaped metal building around an existing structure. The additon created living quarters for emergency crew and a separate maintainence garage. A combination of Cedarboard siding and masonry veneer was overlaid to tie it together.

Arrowhead Mobile Health Care, Show Low, AZ
Fire Maintenance Facility (before), Tucson, AZ

15.570 Square Feet

24'-5" Low Eave


Steadfast provided the building with bridge crane in the original construction. The city took advantage of metal building modularity and desiged the building to support sidewall canopies. Several years later, the canopies were fabricated and installed during a renovation.

Fire Maintenance Facility (after), Tucson, AZ
Bright Chemical Plant, Coolidge, AZ

19,000 Square Feet
22'-8" Low Eave 


This plant expansion used two metal buildings attached to an existing metal building structure. Once the new building envelope was enclosed, openings through  
the existing walls were made.

390th Memorial Museum, Tucson, AZ

5,500 Square Feet
11' & 21' Low Eaves


This museum expansion added two new wings onto the existing metal building structure. The shorter wing (shown) became an research library and administrative space. The taller wing on the opposite side was built around a mezzanine to create a 2-story display area. The expansion project occurred around a large number of in-place museum artifacts and while the exterior grounds were open to the public requiring careful coordination of trades. When completed, the entire structure was painted a custom light cream to tie the old and new structures together.

Smyth Industrial Engineering, Tucson, AZ

5,400 Square Feet
43' Low Eave, 2-Tier Cranes 


This building was designed with a 2-Tier top running crane system with multiple 25-Ton and a 7.5 Ton cranes. When completed, the final bay attached the new, taller metal building to the existing shorter building to the right, with a full width framed opening for the movement of materials and equipment between the two structures. See more industrial projects.

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