Located on a former wheat field in Brighton, Colorado, is Harvest Fellowship. This 17,280 square foot multi-span church facility, including a sanctuary and gazebo, features metal systems from Metallic Building Company.
The structure combines a unique mixture of textures, including the use of stucco-embossed steel PBR panels, faux stone columns and metal roofing. The building also utilizes PBR panels on the endwalls and sidewalls. Metallic’s thru-fastened PBR panels offer an attractive, even-shadowed appearance while the area between the major panel ribs is reinforced by minor ribs.
In addition to the pre-engineered metal building, Metallic’s 24-gauge Double-Lok® standing seam roofing system was chosen for its longevity, ease of installation and minimal long-term maintenance requirements. Double-Lok® was an ideal choice for this project as its knock-in bridging stabilizes and strengthens the purlin system, enabling it to endure high-force winds - an important consideration in light of the 60 mph spring winds experienced in Colorado. The roof system was finished in a Hunter Green (Signature® 300) coating, which is formulated with a Kynar 500® polyvinylidene fluoride resin and modified with a proprietary resin for toughness, color retention, film flexibility and durability. The roof slopes on this project were 4:12 and 2:12.
The project included the following team members: the general contractor was Clyde Roy, Brighton, Colorado; the architect was Mary Falconburg, Brighton, Colorado; the builder was D&S Steel Buildings Company, (www.ds-steelbldgs.com), Greeley, Colorado; the erector/roofing contractor was P & H Steel Erection Inc., Greeley, Colorado; and the building manufacturer was Metallic Building Company, based in Houston, Texas.