Pre Engineerd Metal Bldg

Amadas Shelters - Suffolk VA

The PEMB Division recenly completed 30 x 200 open shelter and a 50 x 150 shelter for Amadas Industries in Suffolk, VA

Amadas Industries has manufactured harvesting and processing machinery since 1962. Today Amadas Industries produces equipment in Suffolk, VA, Albany, GA. and Cordoba, Argentina.

Amadas Industries' current product lines include pull-type and self-propelled peanut combines, peanut diggers, Reel Rain® irrigators, cotton stalk puller/choppers, round cotton module handlers and a line of industrial equipment for both the horticultural and recycling industries. In a joint venture with John Deere, Amadas developed the world’s largest and highest capacity self-propelled peanut combine.

CD-1 Re-Roof Underway

CD-1 warehouse re-roof project at Naval Station Norfolk is underway. This project includes demolishing existing roof panels and installing a new 360’ x 420’ gable roof. Additionally, new roof panels will be fabricated onsite to extend ridge to eave without any joints resulting in an impressive seamless panel over 180’ long.

Humidity Controlled Warehouse at Fort Bragg

Our PEMB division is working with Tyler Construction Company on the new Controlled Humidity Warehouse at Fort Bragg. The interior includes a fabric insulation system. 

Fort Bragg is the home of the Airborne. For more than half a century, Fort Bragg has had a proud heritage as the Home of the Nation's finest fighting forces. Fort Bragg is located just west of Fayetteville, North Carolina. The fort is named for Confederate General Braxton Bragg. It covers over 251 square miles in four counties.