Monday, July 16, 2012

Olympia Steel Buildings of Canada to Supply Mini-Storage Building Project

Olympia Steel Buildings of Canada has contracted to design, engineer and supply one Olympia Steel Buildings® pre-engineered mini-storage warehouse metal buildings for a new mini-storage business in Carbonear, Newfoundland. The project consists of one 335 square meter storage facility. Construction of the facility is scheduled to be completed in summer 2012.

As the self storage building business has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry with current businesses expanding and new companies starting up every day, Olympia Steel Buildings is reaching out to businesses to become their self storage building partner, working to provide secure and cost-effective self storage warehouses and mini-storage facilities that best suit their requirements. Olympia Steel Buildings offers rental unit sizes in any combination to optimize your consumer market demands.

“I have a high level of confidence and trust in our Mini-Storage specialist, Annabelle Miranda,” affirms mini-storage business owner, Brian O’Grady. “I appreciated her consistent and professional follow-up throughout the entire project from start to finish.”

Olympia Steel Buildings strives to provide a variety of sought after features and benefits to self-storage building customers, including twelve panel and trim colors and virtually maintenance free durable materials.
 “I am confident that our mini-storage steel buildings meet and exceed industry standards,” states Annabelle Miranda, Olympia sales consultant. “That is the reason our customers choose Olympia Steel Buildings for their self storage building needs. Our self storage buildings are the best that money can buy.”

 Olympia Steel Buildings Canada continues to strive to provide quality, selection and great customer service on pre-engineered self-storage metal buildings, proving that Olympia Steel Buildings pre-engineered self-storage and mini-warehouse metal buildings are an economical solution to any self-storage business needs.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Universal Steel Buildings Pays It Forward To Honor Company Founder's Birthday

This year, friends and employees, sales representatives and office personnel of Arnold Davis, Founder and President of Universal Steel Buildings Corp. celebrated his birthday by giving him the gift that he requested – the gift of a charitable donation made to the Fistula Foundation. Moved by the success story of Mahabouba Mohammed, an Ethiopian woman who, by determination and hard work overcame this terrible condition to become part of the nursing staff, helping others as she herself had been helped, Mr. Davis generously matched his birthday contributions in kind, as his way to pay it forward to those in need that they might make for themselves a better life as Mrs. Mohammed had done.

The New York Times article, “Saving the Lives of Moms,” in the May 13 Mother’s Day edition prompted his request. The article spoke of the ostracism, suffering and often death of women who, recently having given birth had fallen to this terrible, but curable condition. The article stated, “More than two million women and girls have fistulas worldwide. They are the lepers of the 21st century, among the most voiceless and shunned people on earth. Fistulas were once also common in America, but today they normally afflict only people in poor countries of Africa and Asia.”

The story of the work of the Fistula Foundation and the dedication of Dr. Steven Arrowsmith touched Mr. Davis and it was his desire to share the opportunity to learn about and promote their work by encouraging company associates to “pay  forward” the many opportunities one has that are often take for granted. The article circulated to a generous response.

The work of Dr. Arrowsmith and Dr. Lewis Wall in the new Addis Abba Fistula Hospital in Danja, Niger, Africa has enabled them to raise $500,000 annually for the operating costs of the hospital and to perform one thousand fistula repairs a year. 

“It has been a rewarding experience for me and the company to contribute to this worthy cause in honor of my birthday,” stated Davis. “I believe that everyone deserves to have a chance to make a better life for themselves and their families. The Fistula Foundation gives women and girls the opportunity to do that – an opportunity they never in the world believed that they might someday have.”