Regency Steel Buildings supplied this pre-engineered metal RV storage building in Prescott Valley, Arizona, in February of 2021.
The Regency Storage Systems metal building now functions as a self-storage facility, standing 80’x628’x16’ once erect. Comprised of durable, high-quality steel parts, the building protects goods and assets housed inside, and overhead, a Galvalume gable roof with a 0.5:12 pitch protects stored goods against the elements, extreme temperatures and potential theft.
Inside the Regency Steel mini storage building are (78) storage units in several different sizes. Distributed throughout are (4) 24’x40’ storage units with 3’x7’ framed door openings, (10) 20’x40’ units with 3’x7’ framed openings and (64) 15’x40’ storage units with 12’x14’ framed door openings.
Each storage unit has its own access door, and there are also steel entry doors throughout the self-storage facility that provide general access inside. In total, the self-storage business contains (4) 16’x14’ Model 1000 mini storage doors, (10) 14’x14’ Model 1000 mini storage doors and (64) 12’x14’ Model 1000 mini storage doors, all of which have chain hoists and stainless-steel latches. There are also (14) 3070 framed door openings enclosing (14) 3070 KD steel entry doors with lever entries and panic hardware.
Serving as separators between storage units are heavy-duty 29-gauge partition panels with Galvalume finishes, and (11) firewalls and a liner panel serve as additional features. Wainscoting along the mini storage building’s left and right end walls enhance the business’s aesthetic appeal, and gutters, downspouts and DripX condensation control on the roof help prevent condensation and water damage.
Additional customizations include 6” base and eave steps and several climate-related enhancements, among them a 30.1-psf roof snow load and a 115-mph wind load. Part of Yavapai County in central Arizona, the town of Prescott Valley sits about 8 miles east of Prescott and 85 miles north of the city of Phoenix.