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Lock Steel Building Co. Inc. has built two 60-foot by 100-foot metal buildings supplied by Varco Pruden Buildings for Missouri Auto Auction Inc. in Columbia, Mo.Lock Steel Building Co. Inc. has built two 60-foot by 100-foot metal buildings supplied by Varco Pruden Buildings for Missouri Auto Auction Inc. in Columbia, Mo. Lock Steel Building installed Varco Pruden Buildings' standing seam roof (SSR) system in Galvalume, Rigid Frame and Panel Rib Wall System in Cool Egyptian White for the 12,000-square-foot project. Varco Pruden Buildings' PrisMAX SL skylights, full-height Panel Rib wall liner and full glass overhead doors were installed in the north wing. Additionally, the end-wall on an existing pre-engineered metal building was retrofitted with Varco Pruden Buildings' 2-inch-thick TuffWall insulated sandwich panels, which replaced existing R-panel walls.

Large, water-diverting crickets were constructed to divert water around the existing and new structures. The project utilized existing awnings, conventionally framed brick entries, new windows and decorative cornice. It was completed in November 2014.

Owner/general contractor: Rangeline Investments LLC, Columbia, Mo.
Architect: Rimiller Architects LLC, Jefferson City, Mo.
Installer: Lock Steel Building Co. Inc., Carrollton, Mo.
Metal building system/skylights: Varco Pruden Buildings, Memphis, Tenn., www.vp.com