The Seminole Tribe of Florida – Brighton Forestry
Florida Steel Buildings
The Seminole Tribe of Florida contacted Allied Steel Buildings to provide a new facility for their Fire and Wildlife rescue team located on the outskirts of Lake Okeechobee. Architectural renderings were provided to Allied for design intent which were used by our engineering staff to give the building a contemporary design. The building includes a 5ft overhang and wall extensions on a single slope structure at both end walls. It also has a pop out entry feature with horizontal wall panel placement to match its unique design aesthetics.
It took eight months to complete the undertaking, from site wanting to development, which was finished a month ago of May. United Steel Buildings provided a turnkey administration to the Seminole clan, including outfit and establishment of the building, solid establishment, chunk and establishment of fortified stone work dividers inside the structure.
“The Brighton Forestry venture was a test from preparatory outline through development. Our group could join all compositional building components and different exchange necessities into our plan while keeping up the building’s trustworthiness. The last item justifies itself with real evidence,” said Eric Stephan, Director of Construction Services at Allied 360, giving development administrations at Allied Steel Buildings.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is a governmentally perceived Seminole clan situated in the US territory of Florida. Together with the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, it is one of three governmentally perceived Seminole substances. It got that status in 1957. It has six Indian reservations in Florida.
Location: Okeechobee, FL, United States
Dimensions: 75‘ x 58‘ x 14‘
Square Footage: 4350