Metal Building in Wolf Creek, Montana
Metal Building Outlet provided this pre-engineered steel building for a customer in Wolf Creek, Montana.
Rugged, accommodating and ideal for life in Montana’s sometimes harsh, variable climate, the building stands 30’x50’x16’ in size and now serves as a workshop for its owner. It offers great curb appeal, thanks to a striking, Saddle Tan exterior, among other stylistic elements, and it is comprised of premium-grade steel materials, enhancing strength and durability.
Protecting the interior of the building from damage and the elements is a corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal roof with a 2:12 pitch, and the workshop also features several accommodations added with regard for the climate of the scenic, mountainous area. These include a high, 50-pound sow load and a wind speed rating of 125 mph. Additional building characteristics include (3) framed openings, among them (1) 14’x14’ opening, (1) 8’x12’ opening and (1) 3070 opening.
An unincorporated community nestled amidst Lewis and Clark County’s Big Bear Mountains, the unincorporated community of Wolf Creek sits about 29 miles north of Helena and about eight miles outside Craig.