The Fox Island Mutual Water Association needed a small maintenance shed pole building to be located behind their existing shop building in Peirce County Washington.
Our very helpful PermaBilt Building Representative met with people at the Fox island Water Association to help with the planning and placement of their building on the property. There were some challenges with regards to setbacks, access surface and some permitting questions that our Building Representative and Permitting Department worked with the jurisdiction to resolve. The customer wanted a 28’ x 34’ x 13’ maintenance shed across from their existing shop. There are (2) 10’ x 12’ and (1) 8’ x 10 raised panel non-insulated roll up doors with rope openers, a 3’ x 6’8” PermaBilt Door with self-closing hinges and stainless steel lock-set, 18” overhang around the perimeter of the buildings, a 10’ continuous flow ridge vent and a 2’ x 32’ white eave light to let in some natural light to the building. The building also has a 28’ x 34’ x 4” concrete slab with fiber-mesh reinforcement and sip-strip crack control.
The Fox Island Mutual Water Association was very pleased with their new maintenance storage building and how it complemented their existing structure.