About Southwest Steel Coil
Southwest Steel Coil, Inc. has completed construction a new 95,000 sq. ft., high-bay facility, located in the City of Mission, Texas. This city in the Rio Grande Valley of southern Texas is two miles from the closest Port of Entry into Renosa, Mexico. The facility will be serviced by 25-ton overhead cranes with extensive incoming rail spur capacity directly into the facility for offloading inbound 50,000 lb. mill coils, up to 60” width and will source the same materials as their other location in Santa Teresda, NM.
PSRBB Industrial Group Inc. designed this impressive new warehouse for Southwest Steel Coil, while keeping in mind the desert heat and wind concern requirements found in this deep southern Texas area. Berridge Manufacturing Company’s Batten Seam was chosen for the entrance’s awning, while Flush Seam was used for the soffit. The durable Kynar 500®/Hylar 5000® paint in Patina Green, coupled with Classified UL 90 wind resistant rating for Batten Seam and ASTM E-330 wind resistance testing for Flush Seam, make these excellent choices for this application.
The Patina Green color allows the lobby to stand out from the surrounding building and the rest of the 7-arce Mission Business Park. Reid and Associates, the General Contractor, and Tadco Roofing, the Installing Contractor, worked together to create this impressive Southwest Steel Coil facility.