Commercial Shop Building in Montana
Sunward Steel Buildings fabricated and supplied this premanufactured metal building for a client in Sidney, Montana, in October of 2012.
Now a critical resource for those with interests in Sidney’s agricultural industry, the steel building functions as TriCounty Implement, a supplier of new and used farming equipment, tractors and trailers and a service center that caters to all three. Initially launched in 1998, the family-owned business grew considerably in size and scope through the years, and this steel shop building allows the company to better serve its growing list of farming and ranching clients across Sidney and throughout Montana.
Shop Building Specifics
Insulated to keep clients, customers and store staff comfortable, the building offers uncompromised strength and durability, standing 120’x60’x24’ in size. White with a Galvalume steel roof with a 1:12 pitch, it features an open, clear-span design that provides ample room for servicing and storing farm equipment. It also boasts (5) framed openings ranging in size that make it easy for store staff and repair professionals to move trucks, trailers and tractors in and out.
Included are (2) 6070 openings housing (2) 6070 commercial walk doors, (1) 3070 opening harboring (1) 3070 commercial utility walk door, (1) 30’x18’ opening enclosing (1) 30’x18’ overhead door and (1) 20’x16’ opening equipped with (1) 20’x16’ overhead door. Additional key characteristics include a 44’x60’ mezzanine and 6” of R-19 insulation within the store’s roof and walls, which reduces energy bills while keeping the store and repair center suitable for year-round use. A 30-psf snow load and a 90-mph wind rating serve as additional features added with regard for Montana’s building code requirements.
A Single-Source Retailer, Repair Center
An AG-machinery regional leader, TriCounty Implement is a trusted provider of New Holland farming equipment, among other products. The company prides itself on its adaptability with regard to the ever-changing needs of the farming and agricultural industry, and this building offers the space and flexibility it needs to meet a broad range of demands. In addition to selling and servicing farming and agricultural equipment, TriCounty Implement also serves as a source of support for the community, helping local farmers and ranchers find success during harvesting season.
Situated along the Yellowstone River, Sidney, Montana falls within Richland County. The community sits about halfway between Glendive, Montana, and Williston, North Dakota. Considering purchasing a pre-engineered metal building for agricultural, commercial or other use in Montana or another part of the country? Get a Steel Building Price Quote.