Canada’s Olympia Steel Buildings Designs and Constructs Self-Storage Facility in Kamloops, BC

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Olympia Steel Buildings of Canada has contracted to design, engineer and supply five pre-engineered self-storage steel buildings for a new facility near Kamloops, British Columbia.

The five pre-engineered steel buildings are 30 feet by 100 feet, providing a total of fifteen-thousand square feet of available rental storage space. Construction is scheduled for completion in summer 2011.

Kamloops is a growing rental storage market. The city is in the Thompson Valley near the confluence of the north and south branches of the Thompson River, with suburbs stretching for more than a dozen kilometers along both north and south branches, as well as to the steep hillsides along the south portion of the city and lower northeast hillsides.

Host of the 1993 Canada Summer Games, Kamloops is also a transportation hub for the region of the confluence of the North and South Thomson rivers.

Olympia Steel Buildings are supplied by Universal Steel Buildings Corp., which has offered pre-engineered steel buildings for more than 40 years to commercial, industrial, agricultural, residential, government, military and civilian agencies.

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