Thursday, June 14, 2012

Steel Building Supplied For West Virginia Warehouse


Rutherford Construction supplied United Disposal Services of Mineral County Industrial Park, Keyser, WV, a company specializing in rubbish removal, garbage trash removal, waste hauling, residential garbage service and junk removal services, a prefab Olympia Steel Building for a truck storage facility to house their growing fleet of trucks. United Disposal’s services also include solid waste disposal, residential and industrial waste removal, containerized waste and rubbish removal, compaction units and commercial services.

The five-thousand square foot pre-engineered metal building has three fourteen-by-fourteen sectional overhead doors to allow for easy movement of trucks into and out of the building. In addition, there are two three-by-seven walk doors. The building also has three inches of insulation on the roof and walls that will keep the temperature in the building both cool in summer and warm in winter, saving the company on energy bills as well. The prefab steel building was completed with gutters and downspouts installed with the building.

“The guys at Olympia were great to work with,” stated Bill Hood, of United Disposal Services. “They worked with us every step of the way to get us the building we needed. Everything went smooth as could be and the building is perfect for what we need it for – we’re very pleased with our Olympia Steel Building and are happy with the fact that it will allow our business to grow.”

“Rutherford construction service not only supplied and installed the building, but we supplied and installed the concrete foundation with a six inch slab,” stated Jonathan Mass, Construction Department Design Estimator. “The best thing about it is that as the company grows, their building can be expanded to meet any future need.”


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