200x450 Building Package

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200×450

Large manufacturing, fulfillment and warehousing operations gain a more efficient operating space with this 90,000 SQFT column free building. Despite its size, this building system is still a simple bolt together structure that does not require any welding. The framed openings are even pre-punched at the factory. Prefabricating this building system allows you to save on typical construction timelines as well as costs and start using the space sooner.

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Framing Detail, Warranties and Service

Brand General Steel
Available Products I-Beam Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting
Add Colors Roof, Walls and Trim
Structural Warranty 50 Years
Paint Warranty 40 Years
Standing Seam Roof Warranty 25 Years
Galvalume Roof Warranty 20 Years
Project Coordinator Included at No Additional Cost

Base Building Includes and Popular Additions

General Steel’s 200×450 base building package can be easily transformed into a customized building system when personalized with your desired components. A basic building package includes the primary and secondary framing as well as the sheeting and is engineered with your location in mind. Our components department will help you plan for any additional features, such as windows, doors, insulation, and exterior color schemes.

KEY STANDARD FEATURES

  • Primary and Secondary Framing
  • 1:12 Roof Pitch
  • 26 Gauge Roof and Wall Sheeting
  • Fasteners
  • Sealants and Flashing
  • Deluxe Trim Package
  • Ridge Cap
  • Plans and Drawings

POPULAR ADDITIONS

  • 3070 Man Door
  • Sectional Door
  • Roll Up Door
  • Horizontal or Vertical Slide Windows
  • Insulation
  • Insulated Stucco Panels
  • Light Transmitting Panels
  • Gutters and Downspouts

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the difference between a sectional and roll up door?

A sectional door opens manually or by motor along a track parallel to the ceiling. Roll up doors coil into a drum above the opening.

What types of insulation are common in metal buildings?

Batt insulation is the most economical and common followed by insulated panels. Spray foam is not recommended.

How do I make my steel building look less like a "steel building"?

Insulated panels can come with stucco pre-applied or you can add GenStone faux stone directly to the metal siding.

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