Metal Building Outlet supplied this rugged, pre-engineered metal building for a customer in Jamestown, North Dakota.
Boasting a clear-span design free from any inside obstructions and an attractive, galvanized steel exterior, this metal arch building stands 40’x31’x15’ upon erection, and a robust, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal roof protects the interior of the arch building from above.
Offering strength, durability and functionality, the steel building stands strong in the face of North Dakota’s sometimes harsh, variable weather patterns, and it features several accommodations added with regard for the Jamestown area’s climate characteristics. These include a wind speed rating of 90 mph and a snow load of 30 pounds. North Dakota’s ninth-largest city, Jamestown falls within Stutsman County, in the southeastern part of the state. The community lies at the confluence of the James River and Pipestem Creek, about 13 miles from Buchanan and about 40 miles outside Woodworth.
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