Fun & Fitness Gymnastics

Mid-West Steel Building Co.

The Fun & Fitness Gymnastics facility near Houston features metal building construction by Mid-West Steel Building Company. The building contains approximately 22,000 square feet on the ground floor and will expand to nearly 28,000 square feet when the mezzanine is completed in the next several years.

DMAC Construction, Katy, TX, was the general contractor and Ramco Steel Erectors, Houston, was the erector. The architect was Virna Scharunovych of Koval Partners.

The structure is 180' x 130' and has an eave height of 26' with a roof slope of ¾:12. The facility is a steel structured building with a standing seam roof. It is clad with an insulated stucco panel with self-contained insulation, resulting in an energy efficiency rating near 25, almost twice the rating of the best contemporary, energy-efficient air-conditioning system.

The Fun & Fitness Gymnastics project utilizes a 24-gauge Solar White DoubleLok roof panel. The wall panels are Metl-Span 2.5" thick CF42 insulated metal panels installed vertically on two elevations and horizontally on two elevations. These panels have a urethane core and Light Mesa profiles on both the exterior and interior faces. The exterior faces of the panels are Light Gray and Antique Bronze, both 24-gauge material. The finish on the Light Gray is TuffCast and the finish on Antique Bronze is TextureCast-Matta Matte. The interior face color is Igloo White SG with a Polyester finish on 26-gauge material. Both horizontal and vertical stack joints were employed in the design, and rubber gasket material was used to make seals at the joints.

There is a 30' curved radius recessed wall entrance at one corner of the building. The recessed entrance has a 24-gauge Artisan Smooth Gloss White soffit panel attached to the underside mezzanine floor joist with hat sections.

Fun & Fitness Gymnastics was named a 2014 Mid-West Design Build Award of Excellence winner.

About Mid-West Steel Building Company

Mid_West_Steel_Building_logoMid-West Steel Building Company offers steel frame buildings. For more information, visit www.mid-weststeel.com.

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