As a global leader in technology solutions, Danfoss chose a steel structure from Vulcan Steel Structures for its Danfoss Turbocor® Compressors facility in Tallahassee, FL. The design included a two-story building with a single-story connected at a skew.
Qorvo is an international manufacturer of technology solutions. They chose Vulcan Steel Structures for this three-story facility in Apopka, FL, that houses their design and SAW (surface acoustic wave) manufacturing spaces.
The Shed Restaurant
Located in the Atlanta, GA, community of Glenwood Park, The Shed at Glenwood Restaurant combines traditional architecture with the modern advantages of steel construction.
When Traditions Flooring of Valdosta, GA, needed a new showroom to showcase their products, they turned to their neighbor Vulcan Steel Structures. This 13,600-square-foot building is composed of 26-gauge Galvalume PBR roof panels, 26-gauge Sig 200 PBR wall panels, and incorporates many of Vulcan Steel’s available accessories.
Classic Street Capital
This 5,000-square-foot building is located in Roswell, GA. It was built to blend into the historic district utilizing parapet walls and rustic-looking brick walls.
Johnson Controls has many small distribution facilities around the United States and chose this 6,000-square-foot facility in Leesburg, GA, for one of its distributors.
City Electric Supply
City Electric Supply in Milton, FL built this 5,000 sq. ft metal building to house their retail operations and warehouse. They are a wholesale business dedicated to providing personalized service and support for customers in the residential, commercial and industrial marketplace.
This 65,520 square foot building was recently completed in Valdosta, Georgia. Home to Ace Electric, the facility serves as warehousing and the assembly site of materials before they go to the construction site. This Vulcan building is comprised of 24 gauge Galvalume Ultra-Dek Roof, 24 gauge Kynar PBR Walls, Gray Primer and Pre-Galvanized Secondary includes masonry around perimeter of building.