A multi-building project in Bastrop, Texas for JAMCo (Johnson Architectural Metals Company) features metal building systems from Mid-West Steel Building Company. JAMCo, a Georgia-based construction company, built the structure to serve as their Texas regional headquarters. The company furnishes and installs exterior envelopes for high-rise buildings. The project consists of three buildings: a crane building, a warehouse building and an office building.
The 80' x 200' x 28' crane building has a 1:12 roof slope designed for a five-ton top running cranes; the beams, brackets, stops and rail were manufactured by Mid-West.
The warehouse building is 80' x 300' x 20' with a 1:12 roof slope. It has wall light-transmitting panels at the eaves on the back sidewall and 10’ long ridge vents. The roof of the crane and warehouse buildings is PBR Galvalume; the walls are Signature 300 PBR panels in Tundra and trim is Hawaiian Blue.
The office building is 47'-4" x 59'-5-1/2" x 27' (low side) and 27'-11-13/16" (high side). The roof is “B” deck for a TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) roof installed by others. The walls were left open to receive 8" thick glass panels fabricated by JAMCo. The building has a full mezzanine with decking and joists by Mid-West. Accessories included back wall light-transmitting panels.
LoneStar Construction of Houston was the general contractor. L & Y Construction of Houston was the erector and roofing contractor. Husman Architecture PLLC, Houston, and JAMCo were the designers.
This JAMCo facility was named the 2014 Mid-West Steel Building Company Building of the Year.