Whirlwind Steel Develops Multiuse Facility

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Houston, TX metal building manufacturer Whirlwind Steel Buildings has completed work on an office and shop for a Houston-based company.

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Our steel buildings are inherently eco-friendly and sustainable, which makes them a great fit for a green organization.

Whirlwind Steel Buildings, an industry-leading steel building manufacturer and distributor, recently completed manufacture of a new multiuse facility in Hempstead, TX.

At over 7,300 square feet, the facility comprises of two separate steel buildings and includes a crane, partition, and open wall areas. The first building stands 20’-0” x 40’-0” x 12’-0”, while the second spans 42’-0” x 136’-0” x 12’-0”. Whirlwind also worked on a canopy measuring 40’-0” x 9’-2” (back) – 11’-8” x 20’-0” (front).

Ty Sturdivant, President of Whirlwind Steel Buildings, said he was glad his company could contribute to the success of this building: “At Whirlwind, it’s important to us to benefit the community, and this partnership provided a great way to do that.” Citing steel’s high recycling rates and resource-efficient manufacturing and distribution process, Sturdivant added, “Our steel buildings are inherently eco-friendly and sustainable, which makes them a great fit for a green organization.”

About Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc.
Founded in 1955, Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc. is an industry-leading manufacturer of residential, government, industrial, commercial, and institutional metal buildings, metal building components and metal roofing and wall systems. Headquartered in Houston, the company has IAS-certified manufacturing plants in Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma and Minnesota. Products in the Components and Private Manufacturing Services division include metal roofing for residential, agricultural and business uses; self-storage units; boat docks; airplane hangars and steel municipal buildings. For more information about Whirlwind Steel Buildings, please call (800) 324-9992 or visit http://www.whirlwindsteel.com.

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