Projects: Specialty Buildings
American Muscle Car Museum
The privately owned, solar-powered American Muscle Car Museum boasts over 123,000 square feet and houses over 325 cars in the collection of Mark Pieloch. Vulcan Steel Structures also supplied the 40 solar panel structures used to power the Melbourne, FL-based building.
Howard Gilman Waterfront Park Amphitheater
St. Marys, GA
The Howard Gilman Waterfront Park Amphitheater in St. Marys, GA, hosts a variety of events throughout the year. A diamond-shaped roof canopy with a 4 1/2/12 roof slope is supported by three large tube columns to create this unique presentation.
The Kearney Center in Tallahassee, FL, provides overnight shelter and daytime services that connect clients with social service providers, case management, and housing-focused programs. This important project features curved rafters with a hip roof tie-in using a 16″ vertical leg standing seam roof.
Hazardous Materials Collection Center
The Collier County Board of County Commissioners constructed this metal building as a hazardous materials collection center in order to protect the environment. The 12,950-square-foot facility is designed to remove hazardous materials from the regular solid-waste stream.
Young Life in Columbus, GA, serves the young people of the community and needed a ministry hub where it could gather, host events and bring people together from across the city. The durability of a metal building, able to withstand the wear and tear of teenagers, was a key component of their decision to choose Vulcan Steel Structures. This 3,500-square-foot building features a 6/12 roof slope with 26-gauge Galvalume PBC panels on the roof and walls. The lean-to building features a 26-gauge Kynar PBR roof with horizontal 26-gauge standard color 7.2 panels on the walls.
Scruggs Sand Plant
This clear span 100 x 125 x 30 building was designed to accommodate the enduser’s sand processing operation. The rigid frames are designed to carry the load of a 30,000 lb suspended conveyor system. The 4:12 roof pitch creates a 46′ ridge height which was necessary for the clearance of the future conveyor. Portal frames were used on one sidewall to allow clear access into the building through bays on that side.